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L. Garrigue

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  1. And it seems that you can always have results. How long do you wait to have a 'good' anomaly, in average ?
  2. And the use of light is always very elegant Reminds me the photonic quantum computer https://science.sciencemag.org/content/370/6523/1460
  3. I talk very little about ITC there, but indeed those people are closed, they are the only ones I don't manage to convince
  4. To try to have simple first principles on which you can rely, because it's efficient and intellectually satisfying. But when the first principles are not adapted anymore there is huge inertia on destroying them, and it's understandable because they enabled us to know everything we know and build something really strong... so we are trying destroy those first principles with electronic circuits and water building will come next
  5. Indeed, I'm also very curious
  6. The following are live experiment audio streams created by Varanormal Research Team ****Does not work in Chrome Browser (use firefox or try another browser) We will be improving our stream presentation soon. Thanks for your patience! Stream 1: "Shortwave Radio" @ 25.5Mhz with noise reduction Play\Stop Stream 1 Stream 2: "Raudive Diode" created by Raudive.de with noise reduction Play\Stop Stream 2 Stream 3: "Spiricom7" - an audio sample of human glottal pulse chopped with EVPmaker, then fed back onto itself again chopped with EVPMaker, then noise reduction. Play\Stop Stream 3 Stream 4: "Laser Interferometer Original Unprocessed" - A laser interferometer setup by Andres Ramos of Germany (Varanormal Research Team) Play\Stop Stream 4 Stream 5: "Laser Interferometer With Noise Reduction" - Stream 4 above, with live noise reduction. Streams 4 and 5 are the same stream - 4 without processing, and 5 with processing. Play\Stop Stream 5 Stream 11: "Pure White" Wideband white noise created by noise_gen_100.exe with noise reduction applied Play\Stop Stream 11 Other Streams Currently Offline: Stream 6: Offline Stream 7: Offline Stream 8: Offline Stream 10: Offline, but will soon be up - is Spiricom-related "Virtual VoiceBox" - also using wideband white noise. And if you have an iPhone or Android you can use VLC Media Player or MR Recorder apps to directly open the streams. You can also use these direct links in the meantime (not all are always streaming): https://stream1-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream2-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream3-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream4-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream5-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream6-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream7-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream10-idigitalmedium.radioca.st https://stream11-idigitalmedium.radioca.st .txt_embedding { color: black; font-family: "Computer Modern", sans-serif; font-size: 16px; height: 150px; width: 90%; background-color: #e4d8ff; } .button { border: none; color: black; padding: 15px 32px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none; display: inline-block; font-size: 16px; margin: 4px 2px; cursor: pointer; } .button:hover { background:#a8ffa7; } .titles { font-family: "Computer Modern", sans-serif; text-indent: 3%; }
  7. Nice to see this Andrés I'll do the whole textfile implementation, but as for the pictures, it's a way to standardize the output so that this ensures there is no easy cheating. And like you did people can then share the output pics here, to present what they received
  8. Update done, documentation added, and now one can save the text fields to jpeg files. Unfortunately it makes the page crash, but this is the fault of the forum and no pain no gain
  9. For two years I've been quite regular on trying to replicate Ifres' mist method, helped by collaborators here in Paris. Here are some results that I found interesting
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