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It would be interesting to do experiments mentioned in the articles below.
Quote from: hamdani yusuf on 08/09/2023 12:30:01It would be interesting to do experiments mentioned in the articles below.The experiments were interesting- so people did them.Here's the first video that Google found for me.(I don't know if it's any good- it just shows that the experiments have been done).//www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5wgmTGi5pU
Ok, here is a simple device that you can build, with a 3D printer, to measure the radiation coming off the high voltage, high tension lines.. that are running though your local neighborhood... just a couple of dipole antenna and a neon light bulb.. and you can be drawing in power from the air! Yes I am calling this radiation.. some might consider this near field coupling... but lets not spit hairs! The fields are intense... and definitely penetrating you body! Fun science project! See my thingiverse page, for the free STL file.. to print your very own High Tension Line Radiation Detector!!
http://hebweather.net/meteor-echoes/What you can hear and see in this continuous waterfall display (the technical term) are meteor echoes, caused by the reflection of radio waves on the hot ionised air that a meteor leaves behind after it disintegrates while entering Earth?s atmosphere.The most active daily period is the one that precedes sunrise (GMT time zone), but echoes can be seen and heard at any time of the day, more of them during the meteor showers. As long as the waterfall continues scrolling, there is a possibility of registering a meteor echo. Sometimes, satellites are also detected, and the International Space Station is almost regularly observed.The signals will appear in the area between 1040 and 1100Hz, marked on the top white band by the big horizontal square bracket. The constant background sound is simply noise, while the meteor echoes will have a more high pitched tone, different from the base one. Furthermore, the longer and more complex an echo is, the longer and more intricate its sound will be.