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Subject: Re: repetition of MMX with radiowaves
From: Casimiro <fa.mo...@yahoo.it>
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On 10 Ott, 11:14, Jan Panteltje <pNaonStpealm...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On a sunny day (Tue, 9 Oct 2012 21:57:07 -0700 (PDT)) it happened Casimir=
> <fa.mo...@yahoo.it> wrote in
> >> WINNER!
> >> You are measuring reflections from ground water level.
> >> You have re-invented ground penetrating radar.
> >> The ground water level will change with the tides a bit,
> >> the ground water acts like a large metal reflector just below your lab=
> >> This is all based on my theory that you are experiencing reflections :=
> >> No magic, no Nobel,
> >> have an expresso.
> >> Next experiment
> >> end
> >> pizza:
> >> relax, think of better explanation.
> >> end
> >Thank you for your theory, really "magic".
> >How a coaxial cable, closed in =A0COMPLETLY SCREENED BOX, could be
> >a...radar of water? Are you a gambler?
> No coax is perfect.
> Coax couples to box, box to environment.
> I am not claiming may analysis is right,
> but I do claim you give zero data and a lot of hot air.
Yes, of coarse, I know. For this I screened completly the junctions.
And again putted in the box a microwave absorber.
Now I'm writing . I have too much and is laborious to choise them.
> You have failed to produce even once decent drawing plus data for even on=
> you olny talk hot air.
Yes , I think I'm talking to air.