From: Rick Goldsmith <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 12:46:20 -0500 Fwd Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999 09:13:12 -0500 Subject: Re: Harmonics of the Earth and the "Beam Ships" >From: From: Mark Cashman <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: UFO UpDate: Harmonics of the Earth and the "Beam Ships" >Date: Sun, 10 Jan 1999 12:34:50 -0500 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >Please, think about this. >First, what does it mean to say that "the power system which >propels the Beam Ship resonates on the same frequency as the >earth"? >There is no question that the earth, as a solid body in space, >vibrates. However, it has an extremely complex vibration which >is based on its layered structure, discontinuities, various >gravitational deformations generated by tides, and the various >shocks produced, essentially at random, by tectonic activity. >Given that, no doubt there are many frequencies which are >harmonic to the state of oscillation of the earth at any point >in time. So what? I imagine the 60Hz frequency of the American >power grid can be fit into its harmonic structure somewhere. >Does that mean anything with regard to the operation or >effectiveness of our AC power grid? Of course not. Well Y'know, The earth does actually have a somewhat discreet radio frequency that you can listen to. I recall watching one of those weather shows on TLC and the description given this phenomena was; lightning strikes the earth an average of eight ( or was it four? ) times every second (8hz). The EM radiation can actually be picked up on a low-freq. receiver as a somewhat regular signal. I realize, of course, this lends no credibility to Meir's claims or Michael's arguments (nor was it meant to) but I thought the parties concerned in this discussion would find it an interesting, related bit of trivia. I would also like to take this opportunity to recommend that Mr. Christol read Carl Sagan's excellent book,"The Demon Haunted World". I admit that some of Carl's views on the UFO subject to be somewhat narrow but this book has a lot to say about rational, critical thinking and the dangers inherent in being overly credulous of claims that fit well with one's own beliefs. R.G.
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