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Ground Antennas
Author: Gerry Vassilatos & Michael Theroux (1996)
Excerpt: "THE historical essay on Ground Antennas is only a preliminary bibliography, a foundation upon which to place our empirical confidence. It is through the agency of just such articles and patents that an archane world model finds its most complete explanation. The inherent wonder of signals detected by ground-connected shortwave receivers is their ability to receive signals with greater strength and clarity than conventional aerials, and to reveal the bioactivity of subterranean propagation."
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Detecting Biodynamic Signals
Author: Michael Theroux (1997)
Excerpt: "L. George Lawrence, a Silesian-born electronics specialist, began his studies into plant biodynamics in 1962 while employed as a instrumentation engineer for a Los Angeles space-science corporation. He was actually engaged in a project to develop jam-proof missile components, and believed that using plant tissue as a type of transducer would produce the desired results. He summarized that living plant tissues or leaves were capable of simultaneously sensing temperature change, gravitational variation, electromagnetic fields, and a host of other environmental effects — an ability no known mechanical sensor possessed."
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Remote Biodynamic Sensing and the "Biogram"
Author: Michael Theroux (1997)
Excerpt: "L. George Lawrence spent much of his time in isolated desert locations performing remote biological sensing operations. Many parts of the desert are free from electromagnetic interference which can complicate biodynamic signal interpretation, so it is an ideal place to perform experiments in remote biological sensing. As we have already discussed, Dr. Lawrence’s system incorporated many instruments in his field operation system. This system is best observed in the patent figures and instrumentation diagrams."
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Detecting Biodynamic Signals - Interstellar Communication
Author: Michael Theroux (1997)
Excerpt: "Historically, the alleged reception of signals of an extraterrestrial origin dates back to the very beginnings of radio. In fact, we find that the recent history of the investigation into interstellar communications is almost completely restricted to the science of radio astronomy — a technology which is quite limited due to the necessity of obeying the confines of the electromagnetic spectrum. Early in his career, Dr. L. George Lawrence recognized this limitation, and sought to overcome it by introducing a means of communication which was not bound by conventional electromagnetic laws."
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Lunar Influence on the Electrochemical Production of Colloidal Silver
Author: Michael Theroux (1999)
Excerpt: "The research work of Eugen and Lily Kolisko in the 1920s and 30s introduced the idea that certain celestial events had a profound effect on metals, and that the ancient traditional relationships between specific metals and planets could be demonstrated via laboratory experiment....This information prompted the idea that lunar influence could produce exceptional differences in the quality of electrochemically produced colloidal silver."
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An Introduction to the Mysteries of Ground Radio
Author: Gerry Vassilatos
Excerpt: "Gound Radio is a subject which has remained on the periphery of engineering discussions for decades. It has maintained its elusive and mysterious poise because of fundamental anomalies observed when its methods are utilized, anomalies which manifest when signals are both transmitted and received directly through the ground. The inability to adequately address the associated anomalies has produced a remarkable impasse among conventional engineers. Many highly qualified such persons are quite sure that the Ground Radio phenomenon is adequately explained through classic theoretical propagation models. Experimental findings however, have brought to our attention several anomalous features of this form of Radio propagation."
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The Millennium Bug and The New Industry of Hysteria
Author: Michael Theroux (1998)
Excerpt: "The media has always played a crucial role in the propagation of these myths. This is due to the fact that "fear" and "hysteria" make for the best story material, and that "expert" journalists failed to do any serious research into the subject matter. Even the computer industry’s reporting lacks the simple understanding of the scary computer term, "virus". In a recent instance concerning the so-called Millennium Bug, Web Review reporter Stephen Pizzo opened with an ominous warning: "The biggest and baddest computer virus in history is less than four years away from smashing the world’s computer systems senseless. It’s called the ‘Millennium Virus.’"
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Y2k Challenge: Embedded Systems
Author: Michael Theroux (1999)
Excerpt: "When I was a guest on the Art Bell show on 01-06-1999, I stated that I would be welcome to ANY offering of a specific example of embedded system failure. What I mean by this is that I want to see an example of a device COMPLETELY malfunctioning because it is date sensitive – in other words – the device must CEASE TO FUNCTION period, and we must be able to verify it for ourselves. It is our contention that no one will be able to produce such a device failure. We will keep everyone updated on this website of the results of this investigation. Results: ?"
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Audible and Invasive Low-Frequency Humming Sounds; Their Detection, Measurement, and Possible Causes
Author: Michael Theroux (2008)
Excerpt: "The perception of the phenomena of invasive low-frequency humming sounds by persons all over the globe has existed for many centuries. Most often referred to generically as "The Hum," this troublesome noise is described by those who hear it (it is not audible to all people) as a persistent, distant idling diesel engine. These "hums" have been reported in a variety of geographical locations and in some cases a source has been located."
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Deciphering the Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World
Author: Michael Theroux (1991)
Excerpt: "The Voynich MS is so named after Wilfrid M. Voynich, a well known bibliophile from New York. In 1912, during one of Mr. Voynich's many visits to Europe in quest of old and rare books, he came across a remarkable collection of precious manuscripts. These volumes had been buried in a chest and remained hidden inside a castle in Southern Italy for decades. While he was perusing the manuscripts for purchase, his attention was particularly drawn to one odd, out of place looking bundle. Examination revealed the MS to be written entirely in cipher. Even a brief inspection of the vellum upon which it was written, the calligraphy, the drawings, and the pigments suggested its date of origin as the latter part of the thirteenth century."
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Plants as Sensitive Agents
Author: Charles Allon
Excerpt: "A recent discussion with Michael Theroux has triggered an incredible series of experiments designed to prove that vital currents do indeed flow through natural environments. Mr. Theroux has conducted a series of plant sensitivity experiments which have sufficiently stimulated my interest to produce a series of reports on the subject. These, I hope will best serve the qualitative sciences in establishing a new and more complete experimental method.Do plants engage in dynamic conscious dialogue with the ground and other beings? Empirical discoveries made throughout the century by notables such as Bose, Hieronymus, De LaWarr, Backster, Lawrence, and others give adequate proof of this dialogue. We learn that plant tissues can be used and relied upon for establishing "objective" qualitative criteria."
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Global Warming or Urban Heating? The World has NOT Been Warming the Way the Doomsayers Have Predicted
Author: Michael Theroux (1998)
Excerpt: "Many aren't aware that there are two methods used to measure global temperature. The first, and the method used in defense of the idea of Global Warming, is to average out temperatures around the world as measured in white louvered boxes called Stevenson Screens, usually mounted one metre above ground. This antiquated way of data collection consists of the combined average of tens of thousands of thermometers world-wide. The boxes are usually placed where there may be appropriately trained people to read them, (as a teenager, I did this for the University of North Dakota - and was trained by another teenager!) such as at post offices, airports, pilot stations, radio/tv stations, etc. By far the majority are located mostly in cities, and on land."
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What is Going on With Our Sun? Are Hysterical Claims Really True?
Author: Michael Theroux (1999)
Excerpt: "It is now quite probable that the Earth's climate may be linked to sunspots. The "Little Ice Age" corresponded with a 70-year period, 1645-1715, when sunspots were thin in number, the Maunder minimum. Also, there are strong statistical associations linking current trends in climate (surface temperatures) to trends in solar activity."
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Chaos, Order, or Nature?
Author: Michael Theroux (1991 - edited 2008)
Excerpt: "It was Benoit Mandelbrot who came up with the term "fractal" and it is his efforts that have brought the whole science of chaos theory into the spotlight. His paper entitled, "How Long is the Coast of Britain" opened up a new avenue of thinking in the mathematical and theoretical sciences. This idea of just how to measure the coastline would naturally depend upon your viewpoint. But, Euclidean measure could do no justice to the demarcation of irregular shapes and this is where one must turn to the perception of dimension. Many were quite familiar with this concept including such early pioneers as Charles Proteus Steinmetz who expounded on the nature of space in relation to projective or hyperbolic geometry and the theory of relativity."
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Recording Very Low Frequency Earthquake Precursors
The 1992 Humboldt County California Earthquake Experiment

Author: Michael Theroux (1992)
Excerpt: "One of the things I was very interested in hearing were the so called 'whistlers'. These sounds can be heard in the VLF range and are attributed to distant lightning. The idea is that lightning generated on one part of the globe transmits these whistling sounds electrically to another part of the globe via the earth/ionosphere waveguide, with the lightning bolt itself being the transmitting antenna.  After my earlier experiments with earthly electrical potentials and in radio wave propagation thru the natural medium, I was sure that I would find these sounds in the earth as well, and that they, too, were truly a product of telluric (earthly) emanation.  In this case the lightning would need to actually strike the earth for proper transmission to occur.  It was discouraging at first for I did receive these sounds, but they were very faint and for days at a time none at all would appear. Until the earthquakes."
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