Origins of CERN and Radium

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT1ZOAsuQlw     0:00 foreign [Music] howdy everybody 0:07 welcome to another uh episode in this 0:14 ongoing radium series uh it’s been a long one in the making so 0:20 to say I’ve been sitting on a lot of this material for some time and you know 0:27 finding the time to put … Read more

Dr Ning Li, Redstone Arsenal researcher — The disappearance of America’s leading anti-gravity researcher

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qsbz8_G9WcU   ### The Enigmatic Dr. Ning Li and Her Quest for Anti-Gravity In the shadowed halls of theoretical physics and the corridors of Redstone Arsenal, the name Dr. Ning Li resonates with an air of mystery and wonder. Her pioneering work on anti-gravity and levitation has tantalized both the scientific community and the … Read more

A DIY Tunable Pickup: Any sound, one pickup

A guitar pickup is a device used to capture the sound of vibrating guitar strings and convert it into an electrical signal that can be amplified and heard through a guitar amplifier or recording equipment. Pickups are an essential component of electric and electric-acoustic guitars, as they play a crucial role in shaping the instrument’s … Read more

Rijke Pressure, Taos Hum, Subsonica – The Controversial Sounds Only 2% Of People Hear

1st real trace / published information about persistent low-frequency environmental hum — 1973: Loudness and annoyance due to low-frequency sound, such as the Taos Hum or other similar phenomena, can have significant impacts on individuals and communities. Here’s how: 1. **Perceptual Effects**: Low-frequency sound waves can be perceived differently by individuals compared to higher-frequency sounds. … Read more

How to Reduce Noise in PCB Design

  Video Contents, by time-offset 0:00 Intro 0:43 What is Noise in a PCB? 1:17 PCB Noise Reduction Strategies Overview 3:22 Filtering 7:48 Shielding 11:41 Advanced Noise Reduction Options 16:45 Isolation and Splitting Ground Planes     PCB Design: Electronic Noise Filtering Electronic noise filtering in PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design is a critical aspect, … Read more

Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation on Blood, Brain and Biology

A very comprehensive (and alarming) report of the detrimental biological effects of RF radiation exposure.  Page 25 describes the HEART ATTACK GUN and also the STROKE GUN. To summarize the effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure on the blood, the following general changes emerge although conflicting reports are also present: (1) General decrease in hemoglobin content … Read more

TESLA Roadster, released “open source” per Elon Musk

Information available so far is not full production ready — you can not replicate from parts the TESLA ROADSTER; however, there is information down to legitimate circuit-level detail. Super-interesting regarding the ‘theory’ and also ‘circuits’ which includes altium schematics. — from the comments — “What they released is everything a dealer technician would need to … Read more

History of Electricity with Kathy Joseph (Kathy Loves Physics) — EEVblog 1506

3-phase motor history.  Tesla.  AC power.  Alternating current.  Power grid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EcQYK_no5M   a general overview of the history of electricity: Ancient Discoveries: The concept of electricity has been known since ancient times, with early civilizations observing phenomena such as static electricity through rubbing certain materials together. Benjamin Franklin and Lightning: In the 18th century, Benjamin … Read more

History of Cathode Ray Tubes with Kathy Joseph — EEVblog 1577

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnJ7mQ_Fo-8   Book: “LIGHTNING TAMERS”   Fathers of vacuum tube / electron valves LEE DEFOREST — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnJ7mQ_Fo-8 EDWIN ARMSTRONG (super heterodyne) — https://duckduckgo.com/?q=vacuum+tube%2C+armstrong REGINALD FESSENDEN — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_Fessenden First image created by CRT — Maltese Cross. Crookes member of Golden Dawn. Occult all wrapped up in this. One purpose was to contact dead.   ERIC DOLLARD talked about this … Read more

50-year old Heathkit Fuzz Pedal, FranLab

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlUgK3AUlD0     Heathkit was a well-known manufacturer of DIY electronics kits, including various audio equipment such as amplifiers, radios, and speakers. While Heathkit did not produce a specific fuzz pedal, they did offer kits for building guitar effects pedals, including distortion, fuzz, and overdrive units. One of the most notable kits produced by … Read more

Sound and Spiritual Warfare — Dr Leonard Horowitz

https://www.bitchute.com/video/R26VrDOiWrPg/   “Sound spiritual warfare” typically refers to the use of sound, such as music, chanting, or specific vocalizations, as a means of engaging in spiritual warfare or spiritual battles. Spiritual warfare is a concept found in various religious and spiritual traditions, involving the struggle against negative spiritual forces or entities perceived as hostile to … Read more

Fibrous magnetic fields

“Experiment has indicated that a magnetic field does possess a fibrous construct. By passing a coil of wire thru a strong magnetic field and listening to the coil output in headphones, the experimenter will notice a scraping noise. J. J. Thompson performed further experiments involving the ionization of gases that indicate the field is not … Read more

What Happened to America’s Electronics Stores?

8-bit Guy examines malls, Radio Shack and the downfall. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyuk2cbEZfs     America’s electronics stores, once ubiquitous fixtures in shopping centers and retail districts, have undergone significant changes in recent years. Several factors have contributed to the decline or transformation of traditional electronics retailers: 1. **Rise of E-commerce**: The growth of online shopping platforms like … Read more

A Nonlinear History of Radio

This highly nonlinear history of radio touches briefly on just some of the main stories, and provides pointers to the literature for those who want to probe further. Integrated circuit engineers have the luxury of taking for granted that the incremental cost of a transistor is essentially zero, and this has led to the high-device-count … Read more