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Subject: Re: Solid State Tesla Coil Success!
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Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 02:25:53 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2002 02:25:53 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
I notice the house number is one off.< might be better to leave it fuzzy
like that for now >
"News2020" wrote in message
> It appears that there are very few people who are even interested in
> details. Some people know some of the secret things that are going on.
> Others are scared to death even hearing of this.
> To answer your questions :
> I had woken up in the middle of the night (it has become a routine now -
> because the microwaving is going on every night as soon as I get to bed).
> The sparks were in 1299 (house #). I observed them with absolute amazement
> initially. Then I took a closer look with my binocs. Located ~100 ft away
> from my window (I opened it). I could not hear or smell the sparks but the
> view is absolutely clear. It was random multiple sparking that looked like
> foot (or more possibly ?) appeared to be going into ducting above - sparks
> beginning below the window level and rising upwards. The sparks were very
> bright and appeared < 1/2 cm wide each from where I was looking. There
> ~5-10 sparks going simultaneously in a random fashion spread over a 1/2-1
> foot wide area of activity. The rate of sparking was a slow rate of a few
> sparks 5-10 a second even though each spark was a very fast jolt. I also
> noticed that the activity was partially 'camouflaged' by small pots placed
> at the window. As I noted before, I think I was being watched even as I
> watching this; because, the very next day these 'critter care' guys came
> along and replaced this drama with a bubbly aquarium. Don't ask me whether
> this whole thing could be a TV screen. I would say, the aquarium scene
> be a TV screen, but the sparking was unlikely to be TV. It was too
> Now, it appears the secret guy (he is Jewish I think, with wife, 10 yr old
> boy) might be getting his boy intoriduced to some of the gizmos. I saw his
> son running all over the house trying to turn off his smoke alarms on one
> weekend when he was alone at home. I think the Chinese man opposite his
> house has the gizmos that can activate the smoke alarm remotely (I have
> reported him passing by my house in his high-buzz European car and testing
> my smoke alarm twice - my observations are clear proof to my own
> Imagine the burning and electrocuting equipment getting into the hands of
> children or youths with the freedom to use them. A lot of people will be
> maimed or killed if this continues. Its Nazis and Sonderkommando. All over
> Every person should do what he or she can to expose the vermin. They are
> most dangerous people on earth today.
> "Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> > "News2020" wrote...
> > >
> > > I saw a sparking system last week running throughout the night
> > > producing major size sparks - dozens of foot long solid strong
> > > looking sparks (could be more, I could'nt see the whole thing).
> > >
> > > The sparks were probably going from some device into the kitchen
> > > cooking range air ducts of a neighbor on the North East corner
> > > on the opposite side of my house.
> > This is fascinating, can you think back, replay it in your mind
> > and give us a more full description? For example, could you see
> > one end of the sparking (an electrode?) and what was near it?
> > Did the sparks go mostly to the nearest object, in a concentrated
> > path, due to the ionized air left from the previous spark? Were
> > the sparks in a continuous stream (like a twisting plasma path),
> > or were they in individual events separated in time? Etc., etc.
> > How fat were the sparks? How far away from you were they? What
> > kind of sound did they make? Did you smell any ozone (I assume
> > your windows were closed for the winter night, but you might have
> > opened one for a better view).
> > Were these real sparks, seen, heard and smelled by others, or
> > were they perhaps induced in your mind, etc.?
> > Thanks,
> > - Win
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