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2020-08-03 Wireless Power Transmission In NZ

2020-08-03 article says it uses the industrial, scientific, medical frequencies. Tesla Redux! << NZ to trial world-first commercial long-range, wireless power transmission >>

2020-07-12 The Safire Project

I happened to find this website for a nuclear fusion research project that makes claims about getting more energy output than it puts in. They talk about an artificial sun on earth. I have read about some amateur experimenters making a cold fusion system on a small laboratory scale, and this Safire Project seems to

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2020-06-18 Michael Pupin & Patents

From the list of his patents in his wiki. Armstrong co-authored some patents.

2020-06-06 Clark Refractor Telescope At Santa Ana College

From FB comments June 6 David Wise I went up there on the roof of Russell Hall at SAC to do some work and I went into the observatory to see the Clark refractor telescope. Old timer wasn’t used because of the air conditioners running a few yards away, and the observatory door hinges were

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2020-05-01 UFO Detector And Sighting!

Photo from ?? Thanks, Mike Guerrucci. This is a simple device. That means it’s just a buzzer and a battery. And it has a super sensitive magnetic switch. This detector is always open until it is disturbed by a magnetic field. They call it a magnetometer. One way to make this is to use a

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2020-04-19 Ultrasonic Transceiver Design Idea

Many years ago I saw electronic listening devices for receiving a block of ultrasonic frequencies that bats use and downconvert that block to frequencies that humans can hear. But no one to my knowledge has tried to convert human frequencies up to ultrasonic frequencies so that humans can try to establish a conversation with other

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2020-01-11 Reinventing the Archer’s Bow – Amazing!

So why didn’t someone think of this long, long ago?  It has so many advantages.  It’s amazing!

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