calling any and all engineers and/or inventors in the forum. i'm currently working on ways to detect and study the source fields using our current available technology. my setup at the moment is as follows:
computer with oscope
arduino board, pinguino boards
wifi and bluetooth transmitter modules
a bunch of a/d converters for higher bit resolution
hall effect magnetic sensors, with some more sensitive magnetometers on the way.
crap load of op-amps for amplifiers
your standard electronics shop setup
from what i understand, a source field isn't something you can detect directly, but biological systems are much more prone to detect the source fields. the mechanical system from kozyrev's experiments, although i'd like to try them, they're much more expensive to replicate.
so the question i have is the following. i've already read mr. wilcock's book and took a look through the reference section. so far, the only experiment that even comes close to being technologically viable for detection is the one by the physicist from i think it was oak ridge national labs who detected anomalies in sap flow in trees using accelerometers. i grabbed a copy of his paper and read through it.
my question is is there anyone else whose managed to detect source fields using standard equipment, what's their setup. if no one's been able to detect them directly, then what secondary effects have been detected, and what's their setup. the tree sap flow experiment is pretty good, and i'm going to be equipping a buddy of mine in new england with a portable detector setup for the woods up there.
now, if neither are possible, then that leaves us with secondary observations in biological systems. if that's the case, has anyone made an attempt to detect them in say, a vat of bacteria placed under a pyramid structure, 3d crop circle implementation, and/or zpe device, and attempted to detect anomalies in electrical, magnetic fields, and biological chemistries. and if so, what setup did they use?
course, if no one's attempted that, then i'm on my own. i'm doing it regardless. it's that, and figure out how to build a direct sensor that i can read into my arduino/pinguino boards to see on a computer.
so, any resources, would be appreciated.
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da asian brutha