reply to post by ktorvalds
It seems you and I are on the same path. I posted this in Undo's thread the same morning of your post above and feel it's more relevant to this
Originally posted by Matyas
reply to post by undo
Quartz is a transceiver of electromagnetic energy.
Thanks for that info. Led me to this which I found very interesting:
"A resonator is a device or system that exhibits resonance or resonant behavior, that is, it naturally oscillates at some frequencies, called its
resonant frequencies, with greater amplitude than at others. The oscillations in a resonator can be either electromagnetic or mechanical (including
acoustic). Resonators are used to either generate waves of specific frequencies or to select specific frequencies from a signal. Musical instruments
use acoustic resonators that produce sound waves of specific tones.
A cavity resonator, usually used in reference to electromagnetic resonators, is one in which waves exist in a hollow space inside the device. Acoustic
cavity resonators, in which sound is produced by air vibrating in a cavity with one opening, are known as Helmholtz resonators."
"Mechanical resonators are used in electronic circuits to generate signals of a precise frequency. These are called piezoelectric resonators, the
most common of which is the quartz crystal. They are made of a thin plate of quartz with metal plates attached to each side, or in low frequency clock
applications a tuning fork shape. The quartz material performs two functions. Its high dimensional stability and low temperature coefficient makes it
a good resonator, keeping the resonant frequency constant. Second, the quartz's piezoelectric property converts the mechanical vibrations into an
oscillating voltage, which is picked up by the plates on its surface, which are electrically attached to the circuit. These crystal oscillators are
used in quartz clocks and watches, to create the clock signal that runs computers, and to stabilize the output signal from radio transmitters.
Mechanical resonators can also be used to induce a standing wave in other medium. For example a multiple degree of freedom system can be created by
imposing a base excitation on a cantilever beam. In this case the standing wave is imposed on the beam . This type of system can be used as a
sensor to track changes in frequency or phase of the resonance of the fiber. One application is as a measurement device for dimensional
I recommend reading the entire page as there is more information to be gained. Also, additional links to read.
This could very well be connected to the GP as a communication device?
Edit to add: Communication and/or Power! In the video The Pyramid Code, Abu Rowash shows signs blackened stones and evidence of "high heat".
For your convenience I'll post the link again.
The Pyramid Code
Also ktorvalds you should add the video link to your Wiki page which looks great by the way.
Stargates and Pyramids - Wiki