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RF or EM field Sine Waves Radiating off of House

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posted on Apr, 25 2007 @ 04:59 PM
Over the course of the last week I had videotaped an abundant amount
of energy or static radiating from poles, fences, elec. wiring and now
my house.

I thought I was seeing energy building up and flowing along my gutters, so that is the reason why the camera is angled the way it is. Because
for whatever reason when I looked into the lens sideways I thought
I was picking up the energy up on the gutters.

When I downloaded the video, I discovered sine waves were radiating
right in front of my face, transparent from the naked eye.
The energy waves or RF signal waves are continuous. Also look at
the top of the back of the house, their is so much energy it is arcing.

Some advice would be appreciated. Who do I call?
Their is no way this type of energy can be not harmful.

posted on Apr, 25 2007 @ 09:02 PM
Um, I think y0u p0sted this in teh wr0ng f0rum, try here:

Tehre is a less0n t0 be learned here tho... always cut your fingernails before filming

Sorry, I couldn't resist.

posted on Apr, 25 2007 @ 09:06 PM
Can I please have that 4:38 of my life back?

There is nothing in your video that looks unusual, other than a seeming inability to hold a camera in a steady orientation. No 'sine waves', no 'arcing energy', just a camera held at strange angles, and the occasional fingertip in the view field.

If you're mistaking the occasional odd-looking areas in the siding for some exotic radio-frequency phenomenon, I would *strongly* suggest, for your own peace of mind, that you do a bit of research into optical interference. What you're seeing isn't "HAARP's magnetic smog", it's an irritating but pretty much unavoidable artifact of photographing any set of close-spaced parallel lines.

If you're terribly worried about "RF energy" being that great a health hazard, there's not a lot that can be done, since we're in a literal sea of the stuff. Broadcast radio and television, cellular phone transmissions, every running electric motor in your house (and everywhere else), electrical current moving through transmission lines, landline telephone systems, and even the Sun are all sources of RF emissions. I almost forgot microwave fact, I would have, except that my popcorn just finished.

posted on Apr, 29 2007 @ 03:36 AM
I must be missing how you are trying to infer close spaced parellel lines
have the ability to form half circles. A circle is not considered a
parellel line.

Also it should be noted that my town seems to have many air pockets in its hydraulic sewer lines of which a major line runs right under my house
and it is being reported that the sewer system is releasing an
overabundance of negative hydrogen ions.

But recently some documents were unclassified that had to do with
a joint hearing from 1998. Main subject of this hearing
was the development in the works of a RF weapon using a total new
method of a sine wave.

But any trained eye can clearly see the energy waves, pulsating and wrapping around the house shown. Along the gutters the energy is
arcing and you can clearly see the energy moving from the houses
connection point of where the city's electrical line is attached to.
YOu can see the energy flowing along those connections.

They also recently moved the electrical power pole 4 feet closed onto
my property and so this pole is now about 6 or 7 feet from my house's
foundation. Stranger things have happened when it comes to
static energys of cell phones, computers, broadband. The air is
slowly becoming thicker with static. The water tested in this state
is showing higher levels of metals of aluminum and barium to name a few but also is registering a higher specific conductance which is a lingo to
not name the obvious of higher magnetic properties.

Maybe you could take time to take another look at the video. Their are
a few more videos also recently uploaded and the waves in the other videos are quite
different almost like a zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz and somehow the whole
side of the house including the 2nd story is like a device like
pulsed bursts is making UV EM spectrum colors that seem to be
now attracted to a type of pararell lines of each of the wood slats.
Their is also one video , the 2nd video posted which if you listen to
the sound, all of a sudden it is like the sound of a geiger counter.

Something more is going on here, and your simple explanations seem
to only try and explain the easiet things to explain away, but it seems
you avoided an opinion of the windows and the arcing on the 2nd
story roof and especially around the back top part of roof of the electrical connection which is seen many times to have so much energy it
is arcing.

In this new RF sine wave is another HAARP project of images in a sort of kaleidoscope of Holigrams, also transparent to the naked eye.

posted on Apr, 29 2007 @ 03:09 PM
You can video Sine waves ?

Wow. You must have a great camera.

It seems, Sine waves are audio :



posted on May, 3 2007 @ 03:32 PM

I realize I am a novice at holding a camera and I apologize for

But this is real and it is happening. The government is doing so
much behind our backs that is flooding our environment with
effects that are harming everyone of us.

posted on May, 3 2007 @ 03:34 PM
[edit on 3-5-2007 by endrna]

Can anyone explain to me how I go about actually putting the video
here in the post like how I see so many others do instead of just
the video link?

[edit on 3-5-2007 by endrna]

posted on May, 3 2007 @ 03:39 PM
I guess you are right Ignorance is Bliss for some.

No i did not post my video in the wrong spot.

posted on May, 3 2007 @ 03:46 PM
You use [yvid][/yvid] tags around the You Tube ID numbers like this:

posted on May, 3 2007 @ 03:49 PM
I do see digital lense artifacts as a result of high contrast, close parallel lines and camera movement. It's an optical illusion exacerbated by the fact that it is digitally pixellated. Some of the "Waviness" emanating from the roof is simple heat disipation as roofing has a tendency to heat up even in cooler weather.

posted on May, 10 2007 @ 12:35 PM
No I am been told it is an electrical digital signal of wireless energy
Even digital signal are a wave of something. Maybe I used the
wrong terminology.
I took a fluorescent tube around the house inside and out. It lit up.

posted on May, 12 2007 @ 03:25 AM
evidence ??

hi - appologies but all i see here is your inability to use a camera correctly , your gross ignorance of basic physics and some nifty editing to distort and misrepresent what is shown

now if there are "HAARP smog " and "EM sine waves " as you believe

why not attempt to collect / analyse emperical evidence of this ???

do you know how to use an ossciliscope , and the associated equipment required to detect and anayse EM / RF signals in a MEANINGFUL way??

if not - would you like me to give you a primer and links to FAQs on how to accomplish this ?

posted on May, 13 2007 @ 12:27 AM

There is absolutly nothing in your video's thats suspicous at all. The only thing out of the normal was the weird camera angle. Can you explain why you held it like that for me? I ask because it's not natual at all to hold it at an angle like that.

Your 1st video... Nothing at all that is out of the normal. If you think you see something it's trickery with light and the fact that it's a bad camera.

2nd Video... You minipulated video filters for your benifit.

How do I know this? I make movies and I am constantly watching footage and editing.

You have made several post about this and your house. For a second look at this logicaly. Why would the goverment need to do it in public, and why your house? No one has agreed with you yet, so how can you believe what you say?

Lifes too short to worry about things like that.

-Reform America

posted on May, 13 2007 @ 09:17 AM
i have now seen too many posts by this person on several boards and sites `claiming `that there is EM around her house, i have even had contact with the OP and explained what is causing the effect, but she does not even want to hear anything other than its EM.


posted on May, 19 2007 @ 07:01 PM
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
electromagnetic waves

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.
electromagnetic spectrum

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

posted on May, 19 2007 @ 07:16 PM
What were the settings on your camera? The reason I ask is that the video images seem to be at a very low pixel-resolution as someone else pointed out.

Also, the fact that it was shot on a bright sunny cloudless day and the side of the house and utility cables in comparison makes for a very high contrast ratio. Perhaps it's just the CCD chip trying to normalise the input from such a high contrast subject with the added loading of increased ultra-violet radiation?

just me 2p's worth...

(edit to add: ) I just watched the second clip of the side of the superstore...I've seen the exact same effect on BBC TV newscasts where the presenter is wearing a pinstripe suit jacket...a strange halo pattern of green/red occurs from where the lines are so fine that the screen, or in this case your camera's CCD chip just doesn't have the resolution to pick out each individual line.

If you are determined that it is what you theorise, then perhaps you could repeat the experiment with both digital and analogue cameras set to the same focal-settings and mount them on a tripod so there can be no discrepancy of camera angles/wobbles/distances to subject

[edit on 19-5-2007 by citizen smith]

posted on Jun, 2 2007 @ 07:18 PM

The feedback I am getting is I was wrong it is not digital but ANALOG.

But it might have something to do with the governments programs
of Connectionless Networks of Analog communications of dynamically
exploiting millimeter-wave frequencies of the high band technologys
and the low band technology which is aimed at exploiting complex
Radio Frequency environments

It might be part of a directive code name WOLFPACK.

posted on Jun, 3 2007 @ 08:20 AM
I don't see anything unusual.

I took a fluorescent tube around the house inside and out. It lit up.

Bullcrap. Get a vid of that and you
just might garner some credibility.

All I see is the parallel line effect.

[edit on 6/3/2007 by aecreate]


posted on Jun, 3 2007 @ 01:36 PM

Originally posted by citizen smith
(edit to add: ) I just watched the second clip of the side of the superstore...I've seen the exact same effect on BBC TV newscasts where the presenter is wearing a pinstripe suit jacket...a strange halo pattern of green/red occurs from where the lines are so fine that the screen, or in this case your camera's CCD chip just doesn't have the resolution to pick out each individual line.

The term you're looking for is the Moire pattern. I tried explaining that to Endrna in a different thread a while back. But he/she seemed determined to believe otherwise.

posted on Jun, 18 2007 @ 12:36 AM
I agree with jra, there's absolutely nothing unusual about any of the videos posted in this thread. My DSLR camera (as do most) has an antialiasing filter in front of the sensor which blurs the image slightly to remove said moire patterns. However, even with such a filter moire patterns are at times simply unavoidable, such as on the BCC newscasts. In any case, moire patterns have NOTHING to do with EM waves.

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