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Clif, I have had audiological tests that show I have very acute hearing--just below a dog whistle.  I have been hearing a very intrusive, annoying noise similar to a cross between radio static and a modem handshake.  Does anything in your data sets indicate this noise that comes on around 7:00AM, midday, 5:00PM and again around 10:00PM central time might be the triggering tone for the graphene oxide in the vaccines?  I would appreciate your opinion as well.

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5 hours ago, TexasCoyote said:

Clif, I have had audiological tests that show I have very acute hearing--just below a dog whistle.  I have been hearing a very intrusive, annoying noise similar to a cross between radio static and a modem handshake.  Does anything in your data sets indicate this noise that comes on around 7:00AM, midday, 5:00PM and again around 10:00PM central time might be the triggering tone for the graphene oxide in the vaccines?  I would appreciate your opinion as well.

Check out that site in Spain that covers the vaccine.  In this case they covered the 5G producing ionizing radiation which was showing up as very high doses on a gamma radiation detector (older model in Roentgen).  They dosed people at set times or during rain.  Perhaps it is related?

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At minute 30:00, Clif discusses using a LED (Light Emitting Diode)  as a "free energy" device. Clif said he would aim a laser at the diode, and it would emit 0.3 watts of electricity.

 

That is interesting, but not too surprising. If the diode is fed electricity, it emits light. And as Clif just discovered, when the diode is fed light, it emits electricity. Maybe it can be a different type of solar panel. But, it is definitely not "free energy."

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On 12/1/2021 at 7:02 PM, Buzzard said:

At minute 30:00, Clif discusses using a LED (Light Emitting Diode)  as a "free energy" device. Clif said he would aim a laser at the diode, and it would emit 0.3 watts of electricity.

 

That is interesting, but not too surprising. If the diode is fed electricity, it emits light. And as Clif just discovered, when the diode is fed light, it emits electricity. Maybe it can be a different type of solar panel. But, it is definitely not "free energy."

 

.3 volts, didn't mention current or wattage.  Clif has discovered the photovoltaic solar cell!

 

Really, we knew diodes (light emitting DIODE) were sensitive to light for a long time.  In the 1970s we would also watch circuits working using a 1500 power microscope and infrared camera (the light emitting part).  I remember LED clock designs that used an OFF segment to detect room light and thereby adjust the display brightness.  It turned out to be more trouble than using a specialized photoresistor cell... at least until an environmental person learned it has cadmium in it. 

 

Diodes are also pretty decent temperature sensors, they're used in most processors in computers now to detect overheating and slow the processor down.

 

Next thing to discover is that multilayer ceramic capacitors will generate electricity if shaken...causes problems in audio amplifier design.  

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