a reply to: bbracken677
I was checking my stove heat with the hand held remote thermometer and I decided to checi the temperature of the metal behind the stove. The
temperature was 220 degrees. I thought that was kinda hot so I felt it and it was only maybe a hundred degrees to the touch. I was confused how my
thermometer could be registering this so wrong so started researching things. A lot of products employ this knowledge but the information that causes
this effect doesn't seem to be stated anywhere, so I had to figure it out with what I could find.
I started looking at the surface tension information and applying it to other things. The reason we see sparkly waves is because the surface tension
of the water builds up from various sources and the tension actually reflects the light, not the water itself. Same with a mirror, the energy built
up on the outside of the glass reflects the energy and we see ourselves in the mirror. Heat ducts are metal and they do not get hot, the surface
charge builds up on them and reflects the heat energy. This is used so much in our society and is taken for granted, everything has a surface charge
to it, the strength dependent on the color and composition of the material. Black absorbs more of this tension and converts it to heat. Copper turns
electricity to heat or heat to electricity.
I thought about this knowledge I gained and apply it to much of what I see. When the wind blows mildly, the furnace runs less, how can this be. The
wind has energy on it and it charges the siding with this energy when the house slows it. This energy charge reflects the effects of heat transfer
by slowing the current carrying the heat with it. A pane of glass has little to stop heat, but the charge on it reflects the heat.Raise the charge up
and the rate of heat loss is reduced. So when you insulate, you build a capacitor which allows a higher current to be stored if there is no external
source of energy to charge the wall. surfaces. Water shorts this out, the charge cannot be built if there is water in the air or humidity in the
Now the last paragraph could relate to how fracking could disturb the energy field by altering the rock...actually it could possibly be the fracking
water that is causing the change. It shorts out the capacitor qualities of the rock.
There could be a lot of different things that can cause changing weather with fracking, some I have not even thought of. Concentrating on the
pollution we understand keeps us from seeing what possible other side effects could be happening. The present regulations do not hold a company
liable for problems with their products or services if there is no proof that their actions or products are causing anyone harm. Only side effects
that are already known and established in the field are monitored. This means that if the companies and sciences do not research anything other than
what is already known, then they cannot be sued or held liable for any problems that occur. It means they need to know exactly what is required
though, they can be held liable if they cause problems that are listed in the regulations and known problems in the field they are in.
So this means if you keep the blinders on so you can only see what is said to be relevent, you can go ahead and start a business and make money. Not
a problem on a small scale, but fracking is not being done on a small scale. It is not a coincidence that they are letting way too much fracking, I
feel that in ten years it will be illegal to put in new wells. They fracked so much that they had a glutton of gas and not enough storage, dropping
the price of natural gas. Why would they cut their own throats, maybe because they know people will sooner or later discover all the bad from this
practice. They won't be able to make new wells, but will probably be able to use ones that are already made. This rush without broadform research
could cause a lot of problems someday. You cannot see something if you are looking at something else in a different direction.
A deer can walk right behind you when you are watching a path while deer hunting if you have earmuffs on your ears. You may never know it happened.
We are not that observant, we can't see the air in front of our faces yet we need it to survive.