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Oscilloscopesmessageboard" < snipped-for-privacy@googlegroups.com
Oscilloscope: An electronic instrument that produces instantaneous
trace(s) on the screen of a cathode-ray tube or display corresponding
to oscillations of voltage or current presented to its input(s) over
time.
Hello.  I am posting this because I am interested in finding an
oscilloscope engineer in the Pennsylvania or New York State area who
could install for us a oscilloscope with field meters which could
register fields hitting at least 3 to 4 walls of our home.  We have
fields hitting our home regularly that are hurting our health, and also
harming the structure of our home, and the paint on the walls.  when
not hooked up to an antenna; such as squares in a pattern that changes,
and other things.
I have reported this to the FCC, and although they feel that such
problems are bothersome, we should report such things to the local
police.  The shape of the wave shows up as a Sine wave, I think, a S
wave on it's side, also registers as static, also buzzes like bees,
also appears to have several forms that show up on a small television
have reported that we have fields hitting our home to the local police,
but they seem fairly clueless that such things not only could be a
problem,  not that they do not believe in oscilloscopes registering
anything- rather they really don't have to work with any fields as a
problem usually, so they really don't have that much to say about it.
We have to be the ones to show the fields, is the obvious thing, but I
do not understand oscilloscopes, nor have I found that they seem to
have the capacity to register fields hitting walls and penetrating the
walls.  Are such oscilloscopes available?  I have had something
recommended as a field meter, but I need a plotting (on paper to be
saved) oscilloscope that shows the sources (appears to be neighbors-
one right next door who has just increased his wave so that it is like
a weight on our house structure and heads)
I would like to register the waves on the various walls of our home,
and plot this on paper to show to others.  Is this possible in the
electronics world?


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This is an Australian newsgroup. Unless you pay for someone to come over I
think you're out of luck.



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Ken,

I may be casting unfounded aspersions on the original poster, but there is a
worrying percentage of the population of the United States that don't
realise that the internet actually extends beyond the good 'ol USA.

Also the descriptions given sound like something from the foil hat brigade -
if the waves were strong enough to harm the structure of the home (and the
paint) they wouldn't be able to complain about the health effects 'cause
they'd already be dead!  They don't need an oscilloscope engineer - what
they need is a structural engineer to fix the home foundations, a handyman
to paint the walls properly, and to see someone about their hypochondria.

Ciao



Kevin



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Hiya. Well aware, but thought I'd be nice for once. Not sure why - must be a
character defect. It's always a little surprising when you see how some just
how cuckoo so people are. Makes you realise the frailty of the human
condition.

Ken



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The timing of this post is perfect, I'm just watching a Cheech and Chong
movie.




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Regrettably,aus.electronics readers are a little far away.
However, the following links may be of value.
http://eclectech.co.uk/mindcontrol.php

http://www.lessemf.com/personal.html

http://www.stopabductions.com /

http://zapatopi.net/afdb /



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you can modify a cheap microwave oven to give them some of their own
medicine
but you will have to let the waves coming on the power lines into your
home and convert them into a wave you can control
don't let them take you
a spectrum analyser is better than an oscilloscope for detecting nasty
EMR

:
: >
: > Oscilloscopesmessageboard"
< snipped-for-privacy@googlegroups.com
: > Oscilloscope: An electronic instrument that produces instantaneous
: > trace(s) on the screen of a cathode-ray tube or display
corresponding
: > to oscillations of voltage or current presented to its input(s) over
: > time.
: > Hello.  I am posting this because I am interested in finding an
: > oscilloscope engineer in the Pennsylvania or New York State area who
: > could install for us a oscilloscope with field meters which could
: > register fields hitting at least 3 to 4 walls of our home.  We have
: > fields hitting our home regularly that are hurting our health, and
also
: > harming the structure of our home, and the paint on the walls.  when
: > not hooked up to an antenna; such as squares in a pattern that
changes,
: > and other things.
: > I have reported this to the FCC, and although they feel that such
: > problems are bothersome, we should report such things to the local
: > police.  The shape of the wave shows up as a Sine wave, I think, a S
: > wave on it's side, also registers as static, also buzzes like bees,
: > also appears to have several forms that show up on a small
television
: > have reported that we have fields hitting our home to the local
police,
: > but they seem fairly clueless that such things not only could be a
: > problem,  not that they do not believe in oscilloscopes registering
: > anything- rather they really don't have to work with any fields as a
: > problem usually, so they really don't have that much to say about
it.
: > We have to be the ones to show the fields, is the obvious thing, but
I
: > do not understand oscilloscopes, nor have I found that they seem to
: > have the capacity to register fields hitting walls and penetrating
the
: > walls.  Are such oscilloscopes available?  I have had something
: > recommended as a field meter, but I need a plotting (on paper to be
: > saved) oscilloscope that shows the sources (appears to be neighbors-
: > one right next door who has just increased his wave so that it is
like
: > a weight on our house structure and heads)
: > I would like to register the waves on the various walls of our home,
: > and plot this on paper to show to others.  Is this possible in the
: > electronics world?
: >
: Regrettably,aus.electronics readers are a little far away.
: However, the following links may be of value.
: http://eclectech.co.uk/mindcontrol.php
:
: http://www.lessemf.com/personal.html
:
: http://www.stopabductions.com /
:
: http://zapatopi.net/afdb /
:
:


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You could contact Dr Melfi, shes only just over the border in New Jersey.

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Perhaps you could attach a temperature sensor to your foil hat and see if
there's any heating when the waves hit?





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:
: Perhaps you could attach a temperature sensor to your foil hat and see
if
: there's any heating when the waves hit?
:
now then, you know that would be futile, as the waves are reflected, not
absorbed.


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That's what they'd like you to think.




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oh. you mean "those" waves!

but those are particles anyway
and wouldnt be detected

: Ed- wrote:
: >> Perhaps you could attach a temperature sensor to your foil hat and
: >> see if there's any heating when the waves hit?
: >>
: > now then, you know that would be futile, as the waves are reflected,
: > not absorbed.
:
: That's what they'd like you to think.
:
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I think using an oscilloscope would give false readings.

Ideally you need to find out if the waves are having any real effect, and
whether the aluminium-foil hat needs to be tuned. You can do it yourself,
based on the latest proven methods that evaluating how mobile phones
damage our health.  So follow these steps carefully.  You may need another
person to help collect the data.

1.  The world health authority has established so-called safe levels of
energy that the human brain can absorb from mobile telephones.
The way of assessing this is to measure change in a brain-tissue simulating
liquid.

2.  The brain-tissue simulating liquid is very complex to make and the
equipment to measure the effects is very expensive.  This expense and
complexity prevents objective third parties from doing real tests and
finding out how bad these things are for our health and thus prevent
factual evidence being presented in support of claims for damage.
This is also why big business doesn't want elegant, simple
and stylish solutions such as foil products, when they sell high-cost
accessories that are supposed to limit the damage their other products
do to us.  Only mobile phone companies can afford to own the special
expensive equipment and the results of their tests is anything but
objective.
The test I explain below is very simple and after performing it there is
no question one would never again suffer from the effects of brain
damaging radiation waves.

3.  The test should be done twice, with and without foil protection fitted,
but unprotected exposure should be limited to the minimum necessary.

4. The use of infra-red ear thermometers in diagnosing illness is very
common and accepted practice.  My test is based on this well documented
method but deep tissue effects cannot be uncovered with such equipment.
So it is therefore essential that the tester also obtain a high quality
stainless
steel meat thermometer.

5.  The test location must be temperature controlled and subject to a
uniform electromagnetic field.  Any McDonalds offering a wireless
internet access point would fill this criteria.  An Intel Centrino logo
on the window serves as verification of suitable radio waves being
contained therein.

6.  Test Procedure - Surface tissue affects of wave radiation:
a.  Enter the chosen McDonalds.
b. Note the orientation of laptop computers being used.
c. Sit at a table near the greatest concentration of computers
d. Face perpendicular to the screens of most of the computers
e. Insert infra-red thermometer (IRT) into one ear
f. If the IRT doesn't fit, rotate it 180 degrees horizontally and try again.
g. Record temperature.
h. Remove foil protector and repeat on the other ear
i.  Remember to rotate IRT 180 degrees.
j. Replace foil protection.
h. Compare results.  This shows there is a difference.

7. Test Procedure - Deep tissue affects of wave radiation:
This follows on immediately after the above.  To ensure the test results
stand up to scientific scrutiny, on no account partake of McDonalds hot
or cold beverages or food between or during test sequences.
a. Place tip of meat thermometer (MT) slightly into ear canal.
b. Refer 6f  in case of  difficulty.
c. Smoothly as possible push the MT 150 mm (+/- 1 mm) into the ear.
d. Have your assistant record the temperature after 30 seconds or when
    the twitching stops (excessive twitching will influence the reading).
e. Those without an assistant can ask the person at the next table to
    take the reading (remember ask for help before starting the tests
    of section 7.)
f. Withdraw MT and wipe clean.
g. Ignore screams and retching of customers, its just the food.
h. Remove foil protector and repeat on the other ear
i.  Remember to rotate MT 180 degrees.
j. Compare results.  This really shows there is a difference.

It may be difficult to accurately document the results of the final test,
especially if running the protocol alone.  Nonetheless this information
is important and in the public interest (since it may keep them out of
McDonalds for a while).  Any information you now lack the capacity
to interpret will be taken by the police and/or perhaps interpreted at
coronial inquest.  Either way the result of your tests will be headline
news.

PS:  The efficacy of foil protection cannot be down-played.  Most
people who have performed the above test would never be caught
without one.  Make sure yours is always properly tuned.




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Oh my god, its news2020!!!

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*WAY* too lucid for him!


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Fraid so.  This may be a case for a doctor.  There is deep seated paranoia
here, unless you are near some secret installation giving off radiations.
They'd have to be pretty powerful to peel off paint.  This is not
impossible, but most unlikely.  You need a good wideband reciver and a
spectrum analyser but at those levels you hardly need an instrument.  I
would only be worried if right next door there was huge enclosed box with
24 hr armed guards..


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