• Longwave Loop on Ground

    04/10/2021 at 19:41 0 comments

    Today I tried receiving 472 KHz with a loop laying on the ground.  Transmitting setup the same as last experiment.  Loop of 1 meter X 5 turns resonated by 2800 pF approximate tuning capacitor.  Max signal = 3 mV, noise a buzz at .002 mV.  Slightly less signal than last time, but much less noise.  And no need to dig holes.

  • Longwave Experiments

    04/04/2021 at 19:46 0 comments

    I intend to perform a series of longwave experiments with ground contacts or limited antennas.  Here is the first, varying frequency only at a range of 25 yards with an input signal of one volt.  Earth contacts were what was readily available.

    20 KHz received signal 0.1 mV, noise .02 mV

    137 KHz received signal 2mV, noise .05 mV

    472 KHz received signal 3.5 mV, noise .008 mV.

    As you can see, 472 KHz was clearly superior.  That is where I shall concentrate further experiments.

  • The Shape of the Electron

    07/03/2020 at 15:42 0 comments

    http://physicsdetective.com/the-electron/#:~:text=The%20electron%20is%20a%20spinor,%E2%80%9Cexist%20as%20standing%20waves%E2%80%9D.

    I have been in this silly business for 50 years and this is the most cogent explanation I have seen for the nature of the electron.  Perhaps you will enjoy it too.