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Author Topic: MEG is not dangerous to work on  (Read 4052 times)

Offline PaulLowrance

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MEG is not dangerous to work on
« on: September 09, 2006, 06:53:28 PM »
Hello,

I have learned of some terrible false and quite frankly scary information to try and scar people away from researching the MEG and other related products. I find this extremely disappointing and suspicious.

The claims use terminology that a lot of people would not understand and perhaps fear. Terminology such as "Lorenz-Forces" instead of photons or electromagnetic waves, or radio waves, etc.  And "Ultraviolett flashes of the cololapsing bubbles have a temperature of about 10 000 degrees Celsius"

The MEG does not generate deadly radiation or ultrasounds. About two years ago I spent a great deal of time studying ultrasound for a potential invention. It is commonly known that any harmful ultrasound are highly attenuated through air and also due to huge differences in acoustic impedance between gas and any solid object such as the transceiver. Also such sound waves do not traverse very far even in solid matter.  Ultrasound medical equipment requires the doctor to actually place the transceiver on the human body. Even if one pushed their human body up to a MEG there is no guarantee it will destroy some cells. These ultrasound medical equipments are designed specifically to put out a lot of ultrasound energy. I very much doubt the MEG is so fine tuned for this, but that point is moot since such harmful ultrasound frequencies do not traverse through air and there is zero chance that it could appreciably travel through say your desk then through the floor then up through your body. The ultrasound would have been so absorbed by then that it would be undetectable.

So there will be no ultraviolet flashes since there will be no appreciable harmful ultrasound hitting the human body. If a person is concerned that they have by chance created an efficient powerful ultrasound transmitter then they should not touch the magnetic core while the machine is operating, but then again nobody should be touching any high voltage core while it is operating. If they are paranoid then simply cover the MEG during operation. Don't these scare tactics seem obvious? I suggest that because any human could easily find a workaround by covering the MEG while it is operating. Rather, it seems highly probably there are hired teams that floods these forums hoping you will focus on these scary titles and not work on legitimate devices, but rather work on fake devices that have no potential. Even if hypothetically we break the laws or physics of well-known ultrasonics and say the ultrasound appreciably travels from the MEG into air and then into your body then should it not take a person a few seconds to think of a simple workaround such as covering the MEG?

IMHO there is far more danger putting a cell phone to a persons head then touching a MEG. People and scientists have been picking up and touching magnetic transformers since the days of Tesla's. According to Naudin you can successfully make a MEG without using nanocrystalline magnetic material, but there is nothing magical about such nanocrystalline material. Your basic very natural Magnetite that is found in every cubic meter of natural dirt in the ground is also nanocrystalline magnetic material.

Here are some references: (Search for through air)

http://dodsbir.net/selections/abs041/afabs041.htm

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4582067.html

http://esm2.imt-mrs.fr/~berthe/biblio/IFS/annual_review2.pdf#search=%22MHz%20Ultrasound%20traverse%20%22through%20air%22%22

http://trs-new.jpl.nasa.gov/dspace/bitstream/2014/18898/1/99-2199.pdf#search=%22MHz%20Ultrasound%20traverse%20%22through%20air%22%22


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MEG is not dangerous to work on
« on: September 09, 2006, 06:53:28 PM »

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Re: MEG is not dangerous to work on
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2006, 10:10:15 PM »
Here's a prime example of disinformation and scare tactics by using science of false comparisons -->

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You remember Madame Curie ? She was unconscious of the radiation and died because of this - I know this is a bad comparison example )

As the person even pointed out, it is a bad comparison as the person was trying to compare the fictitious deadly radiation from a MEG to the death of Madame Curie. What disinformationist hope is that the audience doesn't know the details. In this case, the details are that Madame Curie did not die from Ultrasonic sound waves, but X-rays. Such a comparison could not be further from the truth.

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Paul Lowrance

 

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