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A reply thread to Gregory Hodowanec's "All About Gravity Waves" artive in Radio-Electronics
A Three Card Monte Club G-Phile
Keyed by Poker Face -- March 1993
A Letter to Radio-Electronics Magazine
Addressing the April 1986 article by Gregory Hodowanec,
"All About Gravity Waves"
With a response by Hodowanec.
This letter is in response to the article, "All About Gravity
Waves," by Gregory Hodowanec, in the April 1986 Radio-Electronics. I
read that article with interest. Careful scrutiny and further research
has led me to some very basic disagreements with the author.
If the cosmology described is indeed a true representation of
reality, then several questions arise:
1. If the edge of the universe is a perfect reflector, and if
the sum total of the background flux in the universe gives rise to the
background microwave temperature of 3ø K, then, because of the multitude
of fission and fusion reactionsin the universe at all times, the
background temperature should be increasing. No evidence of that rise
in temperature can be proven at this time.
2. Which type of monopole does the circuit described in the
article measure? There are two known types of monopoles: positive and
negative. Due to the alignment of C1 in the input, the circuit detects
The basic flaw in Mr. Hodowanec's theory is that, because he has
chosen an inverting circuit, the output is 180 degrees out of phase with
the input. He is, therefore, measuring "anti-rhysmons."
After building the device and performing rigid tests, the data
was examined by several colleagues and me. The data was as described in
the article. However, when two such circuits were built and placed some
distance apart, and the two outputs were examined on a dual-trace
oscilloscope, the modulating waveforms were not the same. That
indicates that Hodowanec's measurements were off, and that the monopole
gravitational waves are in a much smaller grid pattern than he
Those findings, along with the work done in Rohnert Park and
Santa Rosa by Professors Frank Nance, Brian Ekias, Jay Johnson, and John
Macri support the hypothesis that, in order to prove Hodowanec's
theories, not only must the logical complement be proven, but the entire
concept of 1/f noise must be disproven without any doubt.
Further thought leads to the idea that gravitational waves can
be transmitted and that they can be modulated to produce intelligent
signals instantaneously at all places in the universe at any time. That
would solve many of today's communications problems and would open up an
area of intergalactic monopole gravitational-wave propagation theory.
Among the questions to be discussed are: what would the antennas look
like? What kind of attenuation takes place at various distances from
the antenna? The antenna, of course, would be called a "monopolic
Rhysmonic Gravitational-Wave Transducer."
I hope that my research has shed some light on the weighty topic
of gravity waves. Remember that the difference between brilliant and
crazy is often no more than the Nobel Prize.
Jim Stern, Petaluma, CA.
While rhysmonic cosmology does not deny that the microwave
background temperature of the universe could increase (or decrease) in
time, it should be remembered that in terms of rhysmonics that radiation
processes in the universe are 1) reversible to some extent, in that
radiation could create new particles and thus "freeze" some radiant
energy back into mass, and 2) electromagnetic energy "degrades" to a
cooler temperature in the process of propagating in this universe.
Therefore the universe could reach an equilibrium state and remain there
Simple audio stereo-type tests, using two detectors (operating
under similar electrical conditions) will demonstrate a large measure of
correlation between the detectors. Since the detectors have a fine
"pencil-width beam response" they can detect other effects when widely
spaced. A more definitive correlation experiment can be performed with
two detectors, A and B and a CMOS switch. The switch is used such that
detector A is switched on by a pulse from detector B and vice versa.
The outputs are fed into a difference amplifier. Under such conditions,
full correlation between the 1/f signals would result in no output from
the difference detector. In practice, somewhat less than full
correlation is seen due to the extreme resolution of the detectors, and
the highly random nature of the gravity waves.
Gravitational signal communications are closer than you think.
Feasibility on a laboratory scale has already been demonstrated by the
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