Reform America You snooze you lose. Anyone got the movie maker
in their windows program? Check it out. It is not a filter as this
debunker would love you to believe. Next this debunker will try
and sell you that the video effect slo down half is some type of filter too
And Gee reform, when you live 40 miles east of Lawrence Livermore
National Lab, and you got to experiment with your Quantum devices
well I guess they got to test them somewhere. And if you check out
the new video link below, it shows it is not just my house.
And since the naked eye can't see it, it is the perfect for the government
to use it all around the public, especially if it is a possible wireless
energy for the future where they plan on not needing wires.
Life is too short for us to allow the gov behind our backs to use devices that will shorten our life spans further.
Digital pixelation does not distort unless their is movement.
Here is one that shows the obvious wavelength of a probable digital
signal pulsating and hovering on the building of my local KMART.
Snoopy Please do not mislead and misinform this group of people.
If anyone should go to YouTube, it is more than obvious some type
of frequency energy source is pulsating and acting like a Broadband
signal and hovering on objects in my town. Of course it is well known that ALL FREQUENCYS of any kind are from the electromagnetic spectrum which
include radio waves, which include over the air broadcast
signals, which would include the Nations transition to Digital
Broadcasting as required by Federal Law after February 17, 2009.
Sooner or later these total range of wavelengths or frequencies were
bound to become more and more like a wireless broadband signal
which only needs to hover over our electrical lines. And any frequency,
wavelength, satellite signal has no choice but to part of an electromagnetic
Waves composed of undulating electrical fields and magnetic fields. The different kinds of electromagnetic waves, such as light and radio waves, form
the electromagnetic spectrum. All electromagnetic waves have the same speed in a vacuum, a speed expressed by the letter c (the speed of light) and
equal to about 186,000 miles (or 300,000 kilometers) per second.
Since the beginning of the twentieth century, uses for other bands in the electromagnetic spectrum have proliferated. At the low-frequency end are
radio, short-wave radio, and television signals, as well as the microwaves used in cooking. Higher-frequency waves, all of which can be generally
described as light, provide the means for looking deep into the universe—and deep into the human body.
Total range of frequencies or wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. The spectrum ranges from waves of long wavelength (low frequency) to those of
short wavelength (high frequency); it comprises, in order of increasing frequency (or decreasing wavelength): very-low-frequency to
ultrahigh-frequency radio waves, microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light, ultraviolet radiation, X-rays, and gamma rays. In a vacuum, all waves
of the electromagnetic spectrum travel at the same speed: 299,792,458 m/sec (186,282 mi/sec).
Doesn't take a stupid dummy to realize if they can create a wireless
computer signal hook up source, someone was going to come along
and use the same concept for wireless energy of the future by
hovering the signal on any surface using some method.
So if it is a digital signal source, gosh Snoop it really has no choice and
does not have the ability to be anything other than EM.
Could you please give me a more detailed explaination on how to
put the video here. I am sorry, I just don't get the (yvid) info you