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Hodowanec Index


Gregory Hodowanec

Rhysmonic Cosmology






So-Called Microwave Background Radiation Tests

( 5-10-1985 )

A. GW Detector Circuit # 15 used: (C-mos, 1.5 V, shielded, 1600 uF capacitor: ~ = 1/2" x 1-1/4”, buffer amp used)

(1) Determination of GW wavelength

~ = 0.2-0.3 cm (from any distance and angle).
Note: Determined from modulation measurements of background GW ‘noise’.

Test (a): Finger ‘wave’ or screwdriver ‘wave’ for modulation:

Detection Distance  //  Lambda  //  Remarks

˝” away  // 0.5 cm  // ‘sloppy’ response (too close?)
3” // 0.25 cm // better response
1’ // 0.25 cm // sharp response
5’ // 0.25 cm // “ “
10’ // 0.25 cm // “”
25’ // 0.25 cm // “”
50’ // 0.25 cm // “”

(2) Placed detector and audio amplifier in iron box (“cookie tin”) for more complete shielding of microwave signals:

Test (a): Results same as above.

(3) ‘Grounded’ the iron box:

Test (a): results same as above.

Conclusions:

(1) The so-called MBR is not really RF microwave signals since they can be received in multiple-shields enclosures (iron-aluminum boxes).

(2) The radiation in these tests is isotropic in the first order. (The other GW tests indicate that this is not exactly so).

(3) The MBR signals are gravitational signals since they can penetrate electrical shielding. The signals in these tests are GW signals which are perturbed or modulated with moving mass in the vicinity, e.g., fingers, heats, screwdriver, etc.)




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