Originally posted by Tetrarch42
Peer reviewed journal and empirical data please .
The pyramid crystals for sale at Aunt Martha's crystal trinket emporium shoot out energy
beams too, giving the wearer extra energy and curing whatever ails you, according to Aunt Martha, but alas she has no evidence in peer reviewed
journals to support her claims either.
If they are really getting a 28kHz signal at the faux pyramid in Bosnia, it may be a radio station, which uses such frequencies for radio which isn't
blocked by mountain ranges and can follow the curvature of the Earth:
Low frequency or low freq or LF refers to radio frequencies (RF) in the range of 30 kHz–300 kHz. In Europe, and parts of Northern Africa and of
Asia, part of the LF spectrum is used for AM broadcasting as the longwave band. ...
Because of their long wavelength, low frequency radio waves can diffract over obstacles like mountain ranges and follow the curvature of the Earth.
This mode of propagation, called ground wave, is the main mode in the LF band. The attenuation of signal strength with distance by absorption in the
ground is lower than at higher frequencies. low frequency ground waves can cover an area with a radius of 2000 km about the transmitting
28kHz is pretty close to that 30-300 kHz range, so I wouldn't rule out long wave radio signals at 28 kHz. Unless they have a longwave
radio that can receive that frequency, they won't hear the broadcast. And if the source is up to 2000 km away at that frequency, there are a lot of
possibilities for a source.
edit on 6-10-2012 by Arbitrageur because: clarification