posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 05:36 PM
reply to post by BLKMJK
While I have not heard of and can not provide any information which would confirm or deny, I do want to cast suspicion on the measurement method.
You see, you cannot measure something without disturbing it, and if this field is weak (as it would likely have to be), I wonder at the lengths one
would have to go to ensure no outside disturbance (including the measuring device itself). You cannot simply 'image' an electrical field, they have
to be measured using probes (which is why you must disturb the field to check for it). Which brings up another point, how would you check its shape
with a probe in an unbiased way? What is the resolution (assuming it is unbiased), is it like trying to claim a hazy inkblot looks like an adult
animal? Has the field changed while it has been measured, causing the end measurement to erroneously look like an animal?
I cannot say whether this is wrong or not, but if the field does exist in that shape, I highly suspect that it would be detectable. Consider also that
most who make claims like this were looking for this claim when they started.