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Re: GICs power from Gaia and ELF's (Score: 1)
by modernsteam on Saturday, July 15, 2006 @ 20:19:35 GMT
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I'm studying electrical physics (and Newtonian mechanics, and the periodic table again) now, including the basics of radio, which itself includes electromagnetic transmission and reception, and yes, Extra-Low-Frequency or ELF waves too.

From what I've read, you're right, in that *normally*, several-km.-long aerials, ie., antennae, are required even for a 1/4-wave transmission/pickup of ELF waves. However, as I understand interferometry, we can get those extra-long 1/4 waves via beat frequencies, analogous to the "reverberant" sounds we get with badly-tuned pianos and 12-stringed guitars. So, by playing off one high-freqency EM wave motion against another one of a slightly different freqency, and subtracting the smaller from the larger wave motion, could we not get that Extra-Low beat frequency wave motion, and thus, our ELF wave? In order to do that, would we not also be dealing with the longitudinal Whittaker waves of the vacuum of space?

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