posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 10:48 AM
Originally posted by deadeyedick
reply to post by Bedlam
I guess you don't think these gold cameras work either.
Nope. Looking at the website, about 80% of the things they advertise have that distinct aroma of bovine scat.
eta: And actually, it's the same guy selling both pieces of trash, Vincent Blanes.
is the inside of one of Blanes'
super high tech Tesla resonant frequency field energy devices.
You'll often hear this hogwash bullcrap about "everything has a special resonant frequency", which is an old Theosophy trope. It's not true. If you're
talking something on the molecular level, then individual molecules DO often have a few "resonant frequencies" that correspond to qm mechanical
resonances. In the legitimate world of science, these are in the IR or microwave region, and are how you do microwave spectroscopy. If you're talking
elements, then you can see element-specific electron transition energies that we call an "emission spectrum", often visible light. That's if they're
in a glowing gaseous form, otherwise, if they're in an inert gaseous form you can see dark lines there. But it's tough to detect deeply buried gold
Macro scale objects really DON'T have "special resonant frequencies", there isn't a special frequency for Coke bottles from the '60s, at least not in
the EM spectrum.
You hear this "frequency" dreck on old, bad scifi movies - Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea used it often - and it's just bullcrap. However, it sounds
sciency and people recall having heard it from other inaccurate sources, so it has a ring of legitimacy. This guy is taking advantage of it. He sold
YOU on it. There is no "gunpowder" frequency, for example.
And as I head off for bed, here
is a dandy collection of
various teardowns, tests and analyses of similar "long range detectors". Enjoy!
edit on 20-4-2013 by Bedlam because: (no reason given)