reply to post by amatrine
Sorry to inform you but you are putting to much faith in your measuring device.
If you can stand out in a field with your device and not pick anything up then that tells me your device isn't detecting a very wide range of EMF
because there is EMF in large quantities all over and in the entire Earth. In fact, there is no place in existence that doesn't have
electromagnetic radiation present. All matter itself is full of ( and I believe is made of ) electromagnetic radiation (light).
Radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultra violet light, x-rays, and gamma rays, are ALL electromagnetic radiation. They are ALL
the same thing but just a different frequency, and it is EVERYWHERE.
It is very possible that the frequency range on your meter is very small and it is not detecting a wide range of other frequencies. These other
frequencies can be absorbed into your orgonite (undetected), and then be "reflected" or "emitted" at a different frequency (detected).
That is how the greenhouse effect works on Earth. Light at one wavelength can enter Earth's atmosphere, but when it is absorbed and reflected by
Earth's crust, the wavelength is changed into a wavelength that can't pass through Earth's atmosphere, so it gets trapped. The key is the Earth
changing the wavelength.... Your orgonite could be doing the same thing.
Also, you do NOT have a new energy source. The piezoelectric effect only works with constant compression and decompression. You can't just compress
it and get a constant stream of energy, you have to decompress and compress over and over to generate any EMF.
If it was true that you can just compress it and get energy, then I am pretty sure everyone would have a huge chunk of piezoelectric material sitting
under multi-ton rocks in their backyard. Or maybe even large pieces of piezoelectric material in the depths of the oceans so the constant pressure
from the water would light it up.... but none of that exists.
I used piezoelectric material to build my electronic drum set. Every time I hit a drum it compresses the piezoelectric material and creates an
electric charge that is then used to turn a transistor on and off which triggers sound effects.
Anyway, here is a guide to buying EMF meters...
[edit on 16-3-2010 by ALLis0NE]