Neil Peart unwittingly reveals the most likely cause for his brain cancer

From comments int the video —   “Around 34:00 in Neil reveals the most probable cause for his brain cancer — 28,000 miles ridden in a year…28k miles wearing that stupid motorcycle helmet with integrated bluetooth microwave head cooker. TOXI COM lists tens of thousands of military studies confirming microwaves cause biological harm, including cancer. … Read more

Alberta Solar – Maximum VLF Radio Expedition – August 2000 by Stephen P. McGreevy

August 2000 Solar-Maximum Natural VLF Radio Stereo-Recording Expedition to Alberta, Canada. Between 06 and 14 August 2000 during a period of high solar-activity, I set-up two delta-loop-antenna stereo cross-azimuth recording systems to capture the magnetosphere’s spectacular natural VLF radio reception in north-western Alberta near the Whitemud River to the west of Dixonville, Alberta. “The Music … Read more

Structured Water – EZ Water – Dr Gerald Pollack – H2O – H3 O2 – 4th phase of water

A fourth phase of water has been speculated to exist, supported by impressive and growing evidence.  It is a matrix, a liquid-crystal.  Chemically “identical” but physically different: H3O2 instead of H2O. Hydrophilic surfaces attract an initial atomic layer of water.  Energy, in the form of heat, allows and conforms a second atomic layer, slightly shifted, … Read more

Monitoring the Spectrum: Building Your Own Distributed RF Scanner Array

Monitoring the Spectrum: Building Your Own Distributed RF Scanner Array Software-Defined Radio (SDR) has increased in popularity in recent years due to the decrease in hardware costs and increase in processing power. One example of such a class of devices is the RTL-SDR USB dongles based on the Realtek RTL2832U demodulator. This talk will discuss … 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