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  3. I had the same problems especially because I did not understand the function of the coils. But I made some experiments with a piece of pure germanium from Ebay. When I was routing a small current through the screw and the GE it generated pink noise. I got a mix of croaky voices jumping out of an agile noise signal full of cracks, bursts and spikes. Intelligibility of the voices was rather bad.
  4. As I have mentioned, other researchers have tried to replicate the device, and as far as I am aware, no one has succeeded in getting the results that the Scole group obtained. This would lead to two conclusions: 1) The design is extremely sensitive to design variations, and may be impossible or extremely difficult to replicate or 2) that the device does not work, and results may not be genuine.
  5. The Germanium Receptor used in The Scole Experiment ?
  6. I didn't know he is open minded for spirituality. Very interesting. Tahnk you!
  7. Hi eveybody! My question is: How to build this (original) TDC device used in The Scole Experiment (Detailed and meticulous instructions including all electronic components - especially the coils -, their parameters, dimensions and distances from each others, code numbers and availability in case they are for sale or parts of some antique crystal radios) ? Copy of the image representing this original model is uploaded below: https://content.invisioncic.com/n303486/monthly_2021_03/GR-Scole.png.2262076167037a796514da32c3fe66e1.png https://robinsphysicalphenomena.webs.com/thetdcde
  8. Ok. Think of an app running in your browser. You have one slider selecting the duration of the E-tones. A second slider sets the head start for each E-tone. In your example this would be 20% of the duration. With the slider you could vary this offset from 0 to 100%. The D-note duration is automatically aligned with the overall duration of the E-tone sequence. The whole pattern should repeat automatically I assume? Is this what you want?
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  13. Hi Andres, in theory (and boy do I mean theory!) The tones would play constant. Software is ideal because I could remove/add frequencies at will and change variables. Yes the D would be playing parallel - all would be parallel actually from a 3d perspective. I just defined in my reply to Jeffers above that each of the E sinewaves would start their cycles at 0/100, 20, 40, 60, and 80. It's not random actually. In my research I've concluded that combining more than one frequency produces more peaks and valleys, which in turn is ideal for varied amplitude. In this experiment the
  14. Not a bad idea, I was trying to visualize how to make it precise...and constant. This would get the job done. Now that I'm thinking about it, I guess we could say I'm trying to define that each of the 5 E sinewaves begin their cycles at 0/100, 20, 40, 60, and 80 with respect to each other. Is there a manual digital entry I wonder where I can specify what/where the phase begins for each "track". Thanks for the idea and feedback Jeff! Keith
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  16. Basically this could be done in p5.js javascript. Is the duration for every tone constant? Is there a minimum overlapping range for the E notes, e.g. does it never happens that one note starts after the previous one has finished? What about the D note. Is it running in parallel to the E notes? Since the overlapping is randomly the sequence of the 5 E's has no fixed length, right?
  17. Hi Keith, A Sound editor such as Sound Forge can generate this tone sequence using tone bursts, layered / staggered and sequential as appropriate. It is not an elegant solution however, if parameters need to be altered on the fly. JEFF
  18. I need help with a technical question. I want to produce 6 tones. One of them will be the note "D". The other 5 will be the note "E" However, I need each of the "E" notes to start one after the other. When the first note completes it's cycle the next E note will have already started. None of the E notes should start or stop at the same time, and the intervals between each start and stop of each E note should be evenly distributed. None of the tones cycles should be in sync with any of the other tones. Let me know your thoughts! I usually NCH tone generator to generate the tones.
  19. Hi eveybody! My question is: How to build this (original) TDC device used in The Scole Experiment  (Detailed and meticulous instructions including all electronic components - especially the coils -, their parameters, dimensions and distances from each others, code numbers and availability in case they are for sale or parts of some antique crystal radios) ?Copy of the image representing this original model is uploaded below:



     Cheers, GISMO5367


    1. Dr Jeffers

      Dr Jeffers


      I dont think there are any specific details of this device existing except the basic wiring diagram and pics that you have linked to. There have been reproductions of this device, and the people concerned would have made guesses as to how to build it in relation to spacing of the crystal to the coils, the inductance of each coil, etc. Pieces of germanium can be bought off ebay, and the coils can be wound or existing coils used. The germanium chip is under pressure via the screw, and this is an important point of its operation, I believe. The coil specifications may not be that critical. So its a case of using intuition to build it, so it has best chance of working for you, and therefore you become entangled with it, and it its operation.


    2. GISMO5367


      This image above has been copied from the Internet, and I am not sure how the original version of the TDC-device they used in the Scole Experiment lookes like?  Maybe that image represents just the original version of the device?  I don't have first-hand information and I have had difficulties reaching Robin Foy and other people in the Scole group who are involved. If we build a replica of The Germanium Receptor -  according to my opinion - everything matters: Placemnet of the coils, their size, resistance, amplifier, conversion of the signal from analog to digital format (if this is possible)   etc.  My plan is  to build a replica of  the TDC device following the "instructions" as carefully and meticulously and I hope to find relevant, accurate and true information for that ( not suppositions). Modern technologies are also under construction, but as far as I know, those technologies  help mainly in signal processing and filtering  ( not improving the quality of the original signal).  Please see:  


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