An updated circuit design to measure ambient Extremely Low Frequencies (ELF) is presented here with some modifications from earlier experiments. The circuit design itself is presented, as is the design for a loop antenna that is directional, meaning it can be rotated on its pole to determine the location of the ELF signal(s) being received by the circuit. Both sensitivity and bandwidth performance appear to be noticeably improved with this improved design. Further modifications will be added in later Carnicom papers.
Those with electrical engineering knowledge are welcome to comment on the circuit and any inherent weaknesses or suggested improvements. It is advised that others around the globe construct this circuit, including any improvements that can be made, and report their results to the Carnicom Institute.
The presence of geometric patterns of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) radiation continues to be detected by using different methods discussed in previous Carnicom papers. The ELF circuit described in the previous paper titled LF FREQUENCY MONITORING BEGINS (November 5, 2002) now behaves in a predictable and steady fashion. Negative effects of ELF radiation are covered, including: the effect of ELF on mental functioning; the suppression of the immune system; the effect upon free radical reactions; DNA and genetic influences; and the role of cyclotronic resonance in ELF-biological interactions. Also discussed are the promising results of electromedicine in alleviating the effects of ELF radiation on the human body.
As an extension of the previous Carnicom paper titled ELF FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (November 10, 2002), the presence of frequent or continuous ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) radiation at discrete frequencies that are multiples of 4Hz has been confirmed by two different methods. The first involves the use of an electronic ELF amplifier circuit that incorporates data logging, and the second involves the combination of an inductive-capacitive resonant circuit in conjunction with a gaussmeter and a signal generator. This information is provided due to the significant implications of this radiation on the biological and mental well-being of the populace.
Carnicom research up to this time indicates the apparent or possible presence of ambient ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) signals in the ambient atmosphere. Of concern here are serious implications of these ELF frequencies on human mental health. This paper describes how, through devising an ELF-LF circuit tester to explore the nature of resonant circuits and their behavior, the presence of ELF frequencies was detected with no apparent logical cause for these signals. Speculative discussion has emerged over the years between the potential linkage of the aerosol operations and the HAARP project and relevant technologies, making a strong case for expanded research on this subject.
This paper discusses a method to continuously monitor and analyze variations in the local electromagnetic field with a circuit that was originally developed for the detection of ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) radiation. These variations are an expression of the fluctuations in the magnetic field of the earth and the ionization characteristics of the atmosphere. A diagram of the circuit used for these measurements is included on this page, as is a discussion of how to interpret measurements made while using this device. The results of any data analysis will be discussed further at a later time.
There remains a continuous call for conscientious professionals across most scientific, legal and medical disciplines to openly and publicly participate in disclosing the consequences of the aerosol operations to the people of this nation and the world.
Considered here is a way to measure the electricity in the atmosphere (atmospheric current) and be able to correlate measured values to the prevalence of aerosol operations. A preliminary diagram of an electrical circuit to do such measuring is presented, as is a complex mathematical analysis providing guidance for further research into this topic. Data that has been collected for this topic is available in an earlier Carnicom paper titled PREDICTING THE OPERATIONS: SUNSPOTS AND HUMIDITY from September 3, 2002.