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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 22:14:03 GMT
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"Dirk Bruere" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote in message
> > Last night I found a source of what I think are pulsed microwaves (very
> > strong buzz) coming out of the far corner of the kitchen under the
> > All appliances were turned off. This is certainly one of the sources of
> > buzzing sounds in my house at night. I went outside to check and found
> > same sound near the corner of the neighboring garage. Even while I was
> > walking around (at night) the sound was turned off twice. This was not a
> > normal fridge type of sound. It was a very strong buzz that appears to
> > from within the walls.
> > Also, walking around in the neighborhood, I found what appears to be a
> > pump making a fairly loud buzz in the entire area. There seems to be no
> > reason why it should stay on at 6 am. And even if it is on, why so
> > buzzing sound affecting the whole area ?
> > Another one was a very large Ford truck with a very large set of tires
> > had an engine that was making a deep thunderous buzz that passed by and
> > activated the burglar alarm on a parked car (just by driving past it !).
> > [ For people who do not experience such problems - living in a sparse
> > for example - such issues may be of no concern; for dense cities and
> > it is a major environmental and health concern that needs more attention
> > than it is getting at the moment. I heard that NY city is acting to cut
> > noise. ]
> Buzzing occurs when anything carrying a 60Hz current and producing a mag
> field interacts with metal that is not well fixed down.
Would you be able to explain the 'interacts' part. What kind of external
conditions would enable this. Also, why is this happening at night, while
< This is pretty high energy buzz - if you go close you feel that you will
definitely be bodily damaged (hearing, body heating, other damage, etc.) if
you stay there longer than a few seconds. Therefore, due to the high energy,
this is also a signal that traverses the whole region around it. >
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