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originally posted by: SailorJerry
a reply to: anotherside
First step download a gauss meter on a smart phone. Scan walls and appliances for elevated gauss.
Those apps dont work dude, your phone doesnt have the right equipment to actually measure.
Come on man.
The magnetometer is a magnetoresistive permalloy sensor found in the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPad 2, in addition to the accelerometer. The iPhone 3GS uses the AN-203 integrated circuit produced by Honeywell, while the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 make use of the newer AKM8975 produced by AKM Semiconductor. The sensor is located towards the top right hand corner of the device, and measures fields within a ±2 gauss (200 microtesla) range, and is sensitive to magnetic fields of less than 100 microgauss (0.01 microtesla).
The weirdest thing I've ever encountered was playing "ghost hunter" with my phone. I didn't expect to find anything, but I found a point on my pillow that had 8000 nanoGauss at 20cm radius. It seemed to disappear, then reappeared at a point just above head height next to my window. Again, 8000 nanoGauss at a radius fof 20cm at all orientations of phone and in a sphere.
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Okay, I locked myself inside my refrigerator and my metal detector is goin' apeS#, my cell phone doesn't work worth a damn so I can't call anyone and it's freeking dark in here!!
Wha-do-I-do-now??? (...and what the hell stinks so bad in here, my GAWD! Smells like someone left a dead cat in here since last summer).
System for producing artificial telepathy
WO 2005055579 A1
A device is proposed which will provide the user with a form of artificial telepathy, namely the ability to communicate with others with no obvious signs of connection. The system comprises a mobile phone `engine' which interfaces to an existing or future public mobile telephony network. This device also contains a very low-power transponder, which is linked wirelessly to one or more corresponding transponders implanted in the body. Connected to these implanted transponders are implanted transducers, one placed in a position such that it picks up speech from the user and the other placed in a position such that it imparts speech and status signals audible to the user. The transducers may be connected acoustically, either through bone contact or contact with other tissue, or mioelectrically, through electrodes connected to tissue or nerves. In future telecommunications networks, when power level requirements are much lower, the whole device may be implanted and connected directly to a public mobile network
OP, I don’t agree with everything you say, but don’t be put off of creating threads, there are many people lurking & reading who very are interested.