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    Re: Weaponized street lights

    The 12V supply output is not split. It's just single-rail 12V.

    The capacitors don't rectify, that's done by the 1N4007 silicon diodes. The 10uF capacitor smooths the 100Hz rectified mains pulses....
  2. Thread: Our Moon

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    Re: Our Moon

    An atmosphere on the Moon would be clearly detectable from Earth by any amateur astronomer with a small telescope by watching the Moon's atmosphere affect the light from stars as the Moon moved...
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    Re: Weaponized street lights

    A secret weapons circuit board would not have all the components accessible for examination. Neither would it have any of the components marked with values or ratings. At the very least it would be...
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    Re: Weaponized street lights

    Well, just think about this. Is a secret weapons system going to be lying about where people can take one? A bit of electronics knowledge will soon be able to tell what it is by just plugging it into...
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    Re: Weaponized street lights

    How on earth did the guy in the OP video manage to get hold of such a weapon? Was it stolen from a research lab or something? It seems to be made from off-the-shelf parts that are quite visible.
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    I think we have to get some of these fears into perspective.

    How many people die directly or indirectly from road transport, alcohol or poor diet compared to EMF 'radiation'?

    To confirm the...
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    That only works if engineers who know what they're talking about don't bother to correct misinformation. But when doing piping up on 'alternative' forums we sometimes get accused of being part of the...
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    Re post #471: The Iridium satellites are being decommissioned. So no more Iridium flares :(

    Iridium-attributed maladies will now have to be linked to something else. (Who compiled that vague list...
  9. Thread: TomTom

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    Re: TomTom

    The rods of the head-restraint pads that go vertically into the seat have points that are designed for breaking windows in an emergency. Pull the pads up and out of the seat and use the points to...
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    This article pretty much maintains that people can be attacked with frequencies, and I agree with that much.
    So how to defend? Well, shielding sounds logical but what about retaliating?
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  11. Re: Schumann resonance has [NOT] doubled, Earth ascending? [another recurring disinfotainment]

    What do you mean exactly by "the local interference at the measuring site"? Local weather?
    Does this also involve the amplitude of the frequency wave, measured at http://sosrff.tsu.ru/?page_id=12 or...
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    This article pretty much maintains that people can be attacked with frequencies, and I agree with that much.
    So how to defend? Well, shielding sounds logical but what about retaliating?
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    I like to see accurate data before I vote on anything.
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    Bill's best recent podcasts...?

    I have a lot of tedious decorating to do and need something to listen to.

    I think I've exhausted Richard Dolan (who doesn't seem to have much new to say at the moment), caught up with: The...
  15. Re: Schumann resonance has [NOT] doubled, Earth ascending? [another recurring disinfotainment]

    Unfortunately the image in post #37 (and many similar images doing the rounds) are just misinterpretations of the spectrograph. These misinterpretations come up from time to time - mischievously in...
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    Re: Ham radio information needed

    Oh dear. What a lot of muddled scary stuff in those links from mostly non-technical sources.

    Just in case anyone thinks ham radio is going to be closed down in California, no it's not. The fuss...
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    Re: Ham radio information needed

    Where did you get this information? What band repeaters - 2m, 70cm...?

    The ARRL has nothing about it on the website that I can find. It also sounds most unlikely and would kick up quite a stink...
  18. Re: David Wilcock's latest 'disclosure' (Contact in the Desert, 31 May 2019)

    Apart from the confusion over free energy and Tesla coils, their heat generation (you can get an RF burn, but not a thermal burn from one) and muddled thinking over using them "for the overall...
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    Re: Stop 5G before it's irreversible!

    @ Hym

    But it seems you are using it...
  20. Re: David Wilcock's latest 'disclosure' (Contact in the Desert, 31 May 2019)

    Sorry, I've no time for Wilcock. His followers must have the memory of a gold fish.

    Just one example;

    CONFIRMED: The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit That Could End Financial Tyranny

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