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    NON-ELECTRONIC LRL

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    NOT FOR SALE
    X-SCAN (Experimental) Remote sensing, multi discriminating Long Range Locator (LRL)prototype, with Laser attachment and wireless" Weight Chek"

    100% Pure Physics No batteries, No wires, No electronics

    Hand held, lightweight, highly directional, and non visual. You actually "Feel" when the X-Scan locks on the " Field" of a discriminated target, even blindfolded.

    Range: Up to 60 + meters

    Depth: X-Scan does not measure target depth It detects the emamating "Field" of a target above the ground, or water surface. The target can be at any depth as long as the Emanating "Field" is not blocked and rises to and above the surface. The "Field" of a freshly buried target on the surface, or a couple of inches in depth can usually be detected immediately. A target buried 1 foot in depth may take up to a week for the "Field" to reach the surface and be detectable. Deeper buried targets take much longer to be detectable. Weeks, months, or years, depending on the depth, soil, and atmospheric conditions. Both MFD and HID discriminating LRL's are applications to the same physics and subject to the same limitations whether they are electronic, or non-electronic.

    The deepest I have detected with the X-Scan, or MFD devices, and recorded with electronic Geophysical instruments is a Silver Vein, 20 meters below the ground surface.
    There are a couple of simple methods to determine the approximate target depth that can be learned.

    Simple, Easy to use, hand held, light weight, highly directional, multi target element discrimination. It works according to a proven theory of MAGNETIC RESONANCE (MR) and HARMONIC INDUCTION DISCRIMINATION (HID)

    X-SCAN, prototypes are nothing new. I have been experimenting, conducting scientific double blind tests, and field tests with this concept for more than 10 years. I placed the first Frequency Discriminating LRL (MFD) concept on the market in 1986 after 6 years of experimenting, testing, and personal use. There are now manufacturers of this proven basic concept (with Treasure finds) throughout the world, so I have a precedented comparison to guide me. A few Treasure Hunters have purchased my earlier X-Scan, prototypes to conduct their own experiments and provided me their personal feedback and suggestions. Their feedback has proven to be very beneficial.

    Vindictive critics have attacked me viciously for the past 27 years with determined effort to put me out of business, ruin a lifelong reputation of honesty, and silence my voice. This post may give a few cause to renew their efforts. So be it.

    Admittedly, in my own mind, I am amazed and logically what myself, and others have experienced with the multi-element Discrimination abilities of the X-Scan concept do not seem possible. For example. detecting and tracing buried PVC water pipe, or discriminating between the ink and dyes of modern US currency, and 1800's vintage Confederate currency, from a distance. Because of my own skepticism of this possibility I don't intend to make any advertising claims of the X-Scan's abilities, if any, but I will post in the future what appears to be happening.

    It is my strong belief that with the addition of electronics and imaging software this concept will be the future of all Geophysical instruments

    X-SCAN, Explanation (photo)
    The Black object in the photo is an attachable Laser Pointer. (optional) It serves to point a Red beam pointing to within 5 inches of the target
    It also appears that it may act as a carrier wave and better defines the target

    The module near the handle is the Resonance chamber. Samples of the searched for target is placed in this chamber. Unlike electronic Frequency Discrimination (MFD) that only discriminates onr element at a time, HID appears to have the ability to detect and discriminate to specific combined elements that may be contained in a target. For example, Pharmaceuticals.

    The White box pictured below the X-Scan, is the "WEIGHT CHEK". It doesn't actually measure the weight of the target, but serves to help measure the volume of the emanating magnetic field that surrounds the target and can be nulled out in increments of volume with the dial. By comparing with an object of known weight, the weight of the unseen target can be estimated. This is an extremely helpful tool in the field when analyzing the potential of a target and eliminating digging unnecessary holes. It has been used for years with the PRO-4 model, and by Dowsers, which required a connecting wire from the L-Rods to the WC. It would remotely null out up to 5 lbs, of solid target weight, or up to 2 ounces of Micron particles, sulphide and oxidation which resonates strongly.
    The WC, I am working on now requires no batteries or attached wires and the present model nulls out by volume, up to 20 lbs of solid target weight, and about 2 ounces of Micron particles, Sulphide, or Oxidation.

    Thanks for reading. Dell

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    Looks like you can throw a roller cover on it and "Paint" your target once you find it!
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    damn it FFF, you beat me to it.
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    That's called a "drop-rod" or something like that. Dell didn't invent that, they've been around a long time. Yeah, sure seems like a house painter invented that but I've heard it's more to do with keeping the rod in line with the solar plexus. But since the hand is so near the rod, it sure seems to me it's more to do with the energy from the hand.
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    If your heart is in it you will find a thousand ways to achieve your goal.
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    Ouija Board and map dowsing , one and the same. Just tape a map onto the Ouija Board and you have map dowsing.
    Works great if you like wild goose chases and snipe hunts!

    My new motto: L-rods are obsolete.

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    How are you powering a laser if it is non-electric?

    I'd be more interested in a self-generating amplifier than finding any treasure. You'd have riches untold if you patent that.
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    The Laser is an optional accessory. Not necessary.

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    us
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    I copied the handle from the Darnell Rod. The X-SCAN shaft is made out of plastic. Possibly, the handle could also be made of plastic and it might still work. I don't know. More configurations need to be experimented with, and tested.

    Although all X-SCAN prototypes have worked according to theory, it is beyond my understanding of how it discriminates to combined elements contained in a single sample, or when occasionally it detects targets that are seemingly unrelated to the sample. For example, I was testing with an Aspirin sample, and it had no problem detecting Aspirin, then it locked on an unknown target in the kitchen cabinet. I isolated the target and it was detecting Cremora, an artificial coffee creamer. I tested outside with the Aspirin sample, and it was detecting Cypress trees. If I am to trust the discriminating ability of the X-SCAN, then it would appear that each of these targets contained a common ingredient. Dell

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    The common ingredient is gravity. Get rid of that, and all your problems will vanish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl-NC View Post
    The common ingredient is gravity. Get rid of that, and all your problems will vanish.
    tsk tsk tsk, you OBVIOUSLY haven't figured out that "un-discovered science" rescues the devices. Gravity is no longer the more-powerful active force acting on those things. If you ask me to explain how that works, all I have to say is: "Un-discovered science". After all, science once thought the earth was flat, right ? C'mon Carl, get with it !

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    Gravity poses no problem using the X-Scan, unless of course you have a weak arm, or brain,that tires easily.

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    Has anyone tried finger pistols?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dell Winders View Post
    Gravity poses no problem using the X-Scan, unless of course you have a weak arm, or brain,that tires easily.
    Of course gravity poses "no problem " for the instrument. It's what controls it after all (combined with subtle unconscious tilting ).

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    Tom, your ignorance of the subject provides no argument. Tilt the X-Scan all you want. In fact, tilting as you sweep is necessary to cover the area from the ground in front of your feet to the height of a chimney, or cliff you wish to scan.

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    Mar 2007
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    Dell, I figured this was a type of swivelling dowser rod thing. Albeit with some diodes and transistors and a battery thrown in for good measure. If it is NOT that (and doesn't simply move to where the user subconsciously tilts), then please forgive me.

    Naturally that doesn't answer the question of how a non-dowsing LRL can actually work. But I'm sure you have rationale to silence the skeptics

 

 
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