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  1. #571
    JG
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    Yea. How much does it cost to get one of those cards and do they take Bazooka Joe wrappers?

    Also, where did you fly the P 51 for the Navy and what years?

    I keep searching for the things you are talking about but cannot find them here, all I find is the other junk.
    If you make me wade through the internet, who knows what else I might find.

  2. #572
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    Carl I am not sure whether it is that you can't understand what you are reading, or just being ornery.

    You posted -->Pure sine waves do not contain harmonics.)",

    I posted --> "in themselves and in a 'singular' state" In plain words I 'agreed' with you ??
    No, you didn't. You added that, under some mysterious other "state," pure sine waves "certainly do" contain harmonics:

    However I question this--> "(Pure sine waves do not contain harmonics.)" Shall we say in themselves and in a singular state. But, under the right conditions yes, they most certainly do.

    This is utter nonsense. Pure sine waves NEVER contain harmonics. Do you agree? Adding two sine waves does NOT create harmonics. Do you agree? Multiplying two sine waves does NOT create harmonics. Do you agree? Intermodulation products are NOT harmonics. Do you agree? Or do you prefer to continue making up a bunch of non-science?

    I believe it, therefore it is true.

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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    Carl I am not sure whether it is that you can't understand what you are reading, or just being ornery.

    You posted -->Pure sine waves do not contain harmonics.)",

    I posted --> "in themselves and in a 'singular' state" In plain words I 'agreed' with you ??

    What's up?

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    Agree.
    In themselves and in a singular state.
    Everything in the universe is a complex wave. This complex wave is made up of pure sine waves of different lengths. A wavelength as ratio for the next one. Oscilators introduce sine waves of different lengths. The same happens to living organisms. They are oscilators too.
    When sine waves of different lengths add and multiply they form these complex waves with harmonics. Can be fractals.
    Ask these guys what a harmonic is and they will promptly give you the wikipedia definition towards radio.
    A bunch of pure sine waves comprise anything alive on earth.
    They should know for instance that FFT is only a way of looking at pure tones 'branched' together to produce complex waves. These waves can also resemble lorenz attractors in chaos theory when and if organized in a particular fashion, spiral inward towards a central point.

    Do you think they know about this? You tell me.

    When you emit a 'thought form' vibration, is this a pure sine wave or not? He,he,he...
    Amplify this and have a simple Cray One to covert the data and analyze it. You will know what I mean.


  4. #574
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    good morning JG: OK you have been asking absolutely silly questions of me that are not relevant to the subject in any way, so to continue the trend, how about posting 'your' life history, education credits, and scientific background, or any back ground that qualifies you to continually do nothing but disrupt, like a little 6 year old that keeps asking"why" without even listening to / for the answers.

    Incidentally you probably already know, or should know, that the P-51 was never in regular Naval service except for experimental purposes, for one it is not designed for carrier service. The rear empennage is not that strong, under certain violent maneuvers it can fail.

    The Explorers Club data is on the back of the card that you asked about, including their site address, go there and do your own research on what ever you wish to know about it, including what is required to be subject to a vote for membership.

    If there is anything else that you wish to know, then just start wading, be my guest. If it is important enough for you to take issue, then it is important enough for you to put 'your' fingers to work.


    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  5. #575
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    Hung --> They can't seem to realize that radio theory and fundamental physics have a different starting period. Everything in the universe is interacting with everything else in different levels of energy, but never the less interacting.

    Since radio is only interested in physically adaptable and predictable results they have developed a nice set of working theories / rules which tend to give predicted social results, but in the end may be completely incorrect as far as the Universe is concerned.

    Look at how many theories there are on electricity alone.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  6. #576
    mx
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    good morning Carl: you posted -->This is utter nonsense. Pure sine waves NEVER contain harmonics. Do you agree? Adding two sine waves does NOT create harmonics. Do you agree? Multiplying two sine waves does NOT create harmonics. Do you agree? Intermodulation products are NOT harmonics. Do you agree? Or do you prefer to continue making up a bunch of non-science
    ***********************

    If we have some pure sine wave of frequency K it has harmonics with frequency nK, for example if K=100Hz its second harmonic is n=2 so 2K= 200Hz.. Here K is the FUNDAMENTAL each multiple is a harmonic of that wave.

    It is interesting that ANY periodic waveform can be expressed as a sum of harmonic sine waves. This is called the Fourier Expansion. For example

    f(x) = 4(Σ Sin(nπx/L)/n)/π
    Where the sum is over all ODD integers.
    ~~The fundamental frequency, often referred to simply as the fundamental and abbreviated f0 or F0, is defined as the lowest frequency of a periodic waveform. In terms of a superposition of sinusoids (e.g. Fourier series), the fundamental frequency is the lowest frequency sinusoidal in the sum.
    All sinusoidal and many non-sinusoidal waveforms are periodic, which is to say they repeat exactly over time. A single period is thus the smallest repeating unit of a signal, and one period describes the signal completely. We can show a waveform is periodic by finding some period T for which the following equation is true:


    Don Jose de La Mancha



    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  7. #577
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    RDT---

    There are two forms of harmonics.

    First, there is the conceptual form. Like if you say, "The first harmonic of 100Hz is 200Hz." But that is just a thought or idea. The 200Hz is not an empirical thing. It's merely a math result. A hypothetical.

    The second form is an actual wave. Like the vibration induced in a second tuning fork, which is tuned to the harmonic frequency of the emitting tuning fork. This is a real, physical thing. And you can say, "Look, the second fork is now vibrating at the first harmonic of the 100Hz fork.

    The point being, that when it is said that 200Hz is the first harmonic of 100Hz, it doesn't mean that the 100Hz contained the 200Hz to begin with. The 200Hz from the second tuning fork is a newly created sound wave. Even though it uses energy from the 100Hz, it is an entirely new frequency, no matter where it got it's energy from.

    Someone could theorize that it was somehow contained within the 100Hz, but that is beyond the definitions of current "science." It could be said that, since the energy put into the first tuning fork, when it was hit against the table, is the energy which is responsible for vibrating the air, and the energy in that air vibration is responsible for moving the second tuning fork, therefore the energy in the 200Hz vibration was contained in the 100Hz (or in the table!) But the characteristic of the energy in the wavelength of 200Hz was not contained in the 100Hz vibration. That characteristic was determined by the second tuning fork.

    So it goes from energy (the hit against the table), to characteristic (100Hz), to energy (air waves against the second fork), to characteristic (the 200Hz). But the 200Hz characteristic is no more determined by the first fork, than it is by the table.

    That the second fork is tuned to the first harmonic of the 100Hz fork causes a sustained vibration in it, because it reinforces it's resonant frequency on a continuous basis (every cycle of the 100Hz is exactly in phase with every other cycle of the 200Hz movement of the second tuning fork). But it would also vibrate at that frequency (for a while) if it was merely hit on the table!

    If you put several items on a table, and blast an audio signal generator through an amplifier to a large speaker, then slew the frequency over the generator's band, at different frequencies different items will vibrate because they are resonating at those frequencies, or close harmonics to them. This effect is responsible for vibratory mechanical failures (cracks resulting in breakage) in certain machinery parts, including cars and airplanes, and can be due to resonance of the part at the same, or at a harmonic frequency.

    Like I said before, essentially, interrelationships in the universe can be expressed in many ways, but if a person wants to communicate accurately, he must stick to an agreed upon language. If someone expresses a thought in other than the language he claims to be using, it ain't gonna work!








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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    hung-up---

    You seem to have gotten your FFT snagged on your Omega, and it has crashed that imaginary Cray that you keep out in your shed.
















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    An evil group is comprised of the insane, who, out of fear, imagine that they must conspire to destroy those who are honest and able. A good group is made up of honest people, who could each survive on their own, yet work together openly for betterment for themselves and others.

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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    RDT---

    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    Since radio is only interested in physically adaptable and predictable results they have developed a nice set of working theories / rules which tend to give predicted social results, but in the end may be completely incorrect as far as the Universe is concerned.
    I agree.










    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    Everything in the universe is interacting with everything else in different levels of energy, but never the less interacting.
    Yes, but there is something missing from that formula, and that is what currently baffles "science," and results in so many ultra complex, yet dead-end, theories.









    Big Four Proofs of LRLs Fraud
    An evil group is comprised of the insane, who, out of fear, imagine that they must conspire to destroy those who are honest and able. A good group is made up of honest people, who could each survive on their own, yet work together openly for betterment for themselves and others.

  10. #580
    stefen

    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    The proof of the pudding is when you can swallow a gold ring and then put the digital camera where the sun don't shine and see if you can see the gold

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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    stefen---

    Good idea, but you're a little late.

    It's called colonoscopy.

    8)







    Try it---you'll probably like it.









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    An evil group is comprised of the insane, who, out of fear, imagine that they must conspire to destroy those who are honest and able. A good group is made up of honest people, who could each survive on their own, yet work together openly for betterment for themselves and others.

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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    Quote Originally Posted by EE THr
    You are not to be taken seriously.
    You are one more of the poor devil skeptics here. Dign of pity.
    Not worth the time or effort.
    Enjoy your rendevouz.

  13. #583
    stefen

    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    TN frowns on calling someone an idiot...however, a simple request to provide backup material fo a statement is acceptable...

    So sticking a camera up...will work

  14. #584
    JG
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    I am not being disruptive Joe, I just am fascinated with your claims and background. Those are some sweet pictures you posted of aircraft and I have no doubt you are familiar with the p51 like how much left rudder you need to give it on takeoff. Are you trying to imply that you flew it for the Navy as a test pilot in some evaluation capacity for the Navy? I am confused. You say you were shanghaied into the service and then say you volunteered into the Navy where you have one full year of electronic training under your belt. Then you say you were a p51 pilot. It is all too much confusing and does not make sense. You tell me to dig, so I dig and ask because you are not consistent in what you say.

    In this thread you cite your electronic training in the Navy as a credential for your electronic statements. That biplane and pilot suit does not date right for the Navy as a trainer. Please explain. I will gladly give you credit for what you say if your credentials are impeccable. What qualifications did you have to go from Navy electronics to p51 Navy pilot?

  15. #585
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    Re: Digital cameras CAN see buried gold

    OK gentlemen last time. USN air , Premed, USAF flight training, Border Patrol, explorations, lost mines etc., til the present. Beyond this I will not waste the rooms time.

    A) Boot camp San Diego 1941.

    B) Official notification of selection of Pilot training in the new USAF.

    C) Misc explorers club cards for swr. Notice the M1-03 is my identification, not the year. M!-03 is Member International - 03

    D) My stearman, flying for Marsh Aviation in Canada

    EE, noticed the Moire lines in the picture. he he .

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