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Hi guys I've reading "The Lost Journals of Tesla" and it really made me want to make a device that can tune into1/F noise. I don't really have experience in RF circuits but if I'm tuning into noise how hard can it be?
Check this out, its called a "gravity wave detector" and is actually what I wanted to build.
Do you think I can use any op amp chip for IC2? and what do I use for IC1?
I think I'll go with your schem, looks ALOT simpler.
Hey hey hey, im not senile just yet! I'm in my late teens! Well quite frankly i think its a good thing im getting all this "fringe science" stuff out of my system right now!
Will post if I find anything interesting,
It's not mine!
On another forum, a number of years ago, a young guy wanted help with making a "wish amplifier" and after endless posts from a lot of people besides me, he went away angry, as he had been "warned that engineers just wouldn't understand the concepts" - The site where he found it had drawings of a regular Hi-Fi amp with the speaker cables going to some metal plates as an antenna and claimed that if you sat next to it and wished something it would be fulfilled.A little funny - a lot sad.
But if you find sequences of apparently systematic behavior, do check the direction, as it's highly likely that you may receive industrial noise, subharmonics from transmitters of all kinds and refrigerators with mechanical thermostats etc.
Experiment, experiment, experiment
QuoteIt's not mine! A wish amplifier? now you have to agree that is a LITTLE bit more absurd than my idea
QuoteIt's not mine! I found this pretty interesting too: http://amasci.com/freenrg/grav3.html , take a look - IF YOU DARE XD!
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