TSC 2014 Abstract Accepted

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SUBTLE ENERGY LEGITIMIZED: U.S. Pat. #8,362,766 Circuit For Analyzing And Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance. Principles And Applications.

Without instrumentation, philosophers cannot compete with neuroscientists. A Cartesian presumption endures that mind must ever be so private and immaterial as to be technically undetectable. Approaching the fourth century of this logjam, how does philosophy progress? Excluding emerging categories of technical evidence precludes the ability to ground consciousness objectively, yet apart from mere switches (neurons). Addressing this quandary, SJL’s research into peculiarly-sensitive semiconductors has now earned the first USPTO recognition of its kind: a system for analyzing and affecting consciousness-related energies so subtle as to have evaded detection by conventional electromagnetic means. SJL’s newly-certified instrumentation offers philosophy an escape from self-imposed limitations by enabling objective insight into two key areas inaccessible to neuroscience. First, is consciousness of inner states unprovoked by sensory input–reflection, memory, reverie–creative and intuitive solutions emerging from 95% unconsciousness into 5% consciousness: and how effectively the 5% concentrates, intends, attends, meditates, operates upon the world. The second area concerns impressions of spaces or places. Ceremonial venues or humble doorways may suggest the sacred, commercial, natural, entertaining, competitive, healthy, or the dangerous. What is the origin, information content, and accuracy of these sentiments? Novel devices have been asserted to store intentions that could later and elsewhere influence physical, chemical, and biological processes. Continent-spanning entanglement stimulated some deep re-thinking of quantum physics. Yet these claims were vulnerable for their dependence on highly-practiced meditators. Since 2006, SJL has focused on removing idiosyncratic variables from psychoenergetic technology. To TSC 2009 we reported our real-time analyzer, and entanglement experimentation showing register-specific data transfers exceeding 75% accuracy. To TSC 2010 we reported the patent application and accompanying videos. To TSC 2011 we reported FFT proof that our sensors encode situation-specific periodic waves with high signal-to-noise ratios. To TSC 2014 we are honored to report 2013 January receiving U.S. Pat. #8.362,766 Circuit for Analyzing and Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance, and to update the conference on what has now been demonstrated, learned, and theorized. To stimulate research we introduce a modular sensor that can be interfaced to any popular micro-controller. For example, an adapting detector can seed a music synthesizer with evolving waves that uniquely voice its studio. Emotion-sensitive detectors enhance personal electronic devices. Signature capture also informs reversing the process: impressing minds and places with signatures generated from other sources. Signatures as diverse as healing disease, managing classrooms, purifying materials, increasing solar panel yields, or modulating nano-fabrication space could be distributed via the web. Theoretically, we suppose a Subtle Timbral Spectrum model within electromagnetics describing a massively-parallel wide-band crystalline-based gigahertz frequency response through stochastic resonance–invoking this biological mechanism to highlight the interface of inanimate and animate. Finally, we solicit the conference’s expertise in quantum consciousness with regards to prior suggested SU(2) gauge state modulation, but more importantly, possible congruence with the Penrose-Hameroff-Bandyopadhyay trajectory–the coincidental points being animate emergence of the crystalline realm, and microtubule megahertz frequency generation.

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At $3985, General MIDI Book now a Historic Artifact

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Having just bought something on Amazon I thought I would simply check on how my book prices were holding. And was astonished to find this offer at approximately 10,000% of the original.

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Music Technology

On Contemporary Fireworks Displays

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The glow of a sparkler in a rapt child’s eye,
far 
eclipses sterile bombs in a far-off sky.

Commentary

Field Day

By Stanley JungleibNo Comments

My first ham Field Day was 46 years ago, and today a few of us continued the tradition at Portola Valley Town Center admittedly with some adjustments for comfort. It’s THE national contest that simulates emergency field radio operation and no it just doesn’t get much nerdier. One year I continuously operated so much high-speed Morse Code, that as I drove away, each rattle and bump became a random letter.

I owe radio a lot. Nothing quite like the confidence it gives you to (in 1970) build an 2000W RF amp from a 3-page article and see it pump out 4000W because of your power supply improvisation. Abundant challenges and opportunities continue from the contributions of a hugely talented and diverse international pool. We are at the forefront of ad-hoc mesh networks. We have complete radio-based mail and file sharing with gateways. We have satellites that refresh messages and location information, weather; even the ISS is linked in.

To see the progression from repurposing WWII surplus gear to having my own satellite tracking system has been astonishing and a privilege, with which I hope especially my gear-head friends can sympathize.

Thanks to Chris Raanes, Ray Rothrock, Steve Golberg, Dale Pfau and Stuart Young for a great meet.

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Radio Technology

Orb Theory Updates

By Stanley JungleibNo Comments

Two confirming additions to my main article about orbs can now be included.

Friend and illusionist Kirk Baeta has pointed out that in late 2012 popular scientist Michio Kaku suggested we consider nanoscale alien probes. This certainly and credibly extends the artificial intelligence argument, especially regarding reported flocking behavior: Michio Kaku: The von Neumann Probe (A Nano Ship to the Stars). It has been suggested that nanoprobes could be so small as to be breathable.

Fueled by the February release of David Toomey’s Weird Life, the extremophile theory has received a major nod from scientific consensus emerging around a “Shadow Biosphere.” Today’s RAW STORY article includes the interesting confession that to this point science has only prepared to detect biology substantially like us! It now requires little speculation to suggest that lifeforms so subtle as to still be overlooked could easily account for intermittent and unusual photography—particularly in the infra-red range. The search seems now well on for “Life that is Very, Very Different from Our Own:” ‘Shadow Biosphere’ theory gaining scientific support.

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Genachowski Gone—no Bang, no Whimper… just hold FCC’s revolving door, please.

By Stanley JungleibNo Comments

Possibly the least effective Chairman in the history of the FCC departs in yesterday’s ignoble Friday afternoon news dump, two years after Wikipedia predicted so. The sequester didn’t stop FCC from hiring consultants to scrounge up revisions to his Wiki history: “entries were added that tout accomplishments such as his work with Mexico to prevent stolen cellphones from crossing the border.” {Washington Post} Of course the fence he built to stop the illegal cell phones is only 8-inches high.

And that ‘hardened Internet’ he promised in bold headlines—well, just check contemporary headlines about cyberwarfare and hacking. And how about that unified National Emergency Communications program that can perform under cyberattack—nope, no progress since 9/11. Ever much the lawyer, clueless on technology—he held an “ask Julius” Twitter session at Twitter, which failed for his not knowing how to tweet.

“If someone like him upholds compromise, it quickly leads to capitulation, which is what he’s done. He folds, folds, folds to the pressure of big companies.”——Derek Turner, head of policy analysis at public interest group Free Press.

Commentary

WSPR at Low Cost

By Stanley JungleibNo Comments

Everyone talks about propagation, but nobody does anything about it! That’s of course because it is completely out of our control, and to degrees arguable by experts, notoriously unpredictable. Many institutions are devoted to Space Weather and tasked with forecasting ionospheric conditions. But I’ve never found a month- or week-old sunspot count of use on the occasion I care to operate. One can check the generous number of real-time solar parameter reports, but these at least need prerequisite expertise, and at best are not unequivocal.

What is unequivocal is what is actually happening, and you can find this out by observing and participating in the Weak Signal Propagation Reporting network, in which amateur stations systematically probe current conditions using synchronized digital coding at very low power throughout the LF and HF spectrum. WSPR offers a fascinating, informative real-time window into your most likely communication opportunities. [http://wsprnet.org/drupal/]

Two recent offerings offer low-cost entry and eliminate the need to commit a full rig to 20M or 30M WSPR operation. First, the RW-1 receiver. I knew my location was not good but thse results were disappointing. No doubt the bare-wire quasi-inddor antenna here is a limitation to be revisited. Neither am I convinced the PC audio input was behaving.

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Next, the WSPR-AXE transmitter from W5OLF. Here the point needs be emphasized that this is a Class E transmitter which really requires a good match to its expected 52 ohms. Thus, through a Drake MN-2700 which allowed peaking full 1W output into a DX88 vertical, the results were great; topping the evening with a bounce back to the East Coast to K1JT, Joe Taylor, inventor of the WSPR system (and other protocols).
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Now familiarized, to obtain multi-band coverage, this does look like a perfect task for the obligatory spare IC-706. The WSPR lunchbox then travels with the HF mobile system, to confirm efficient QTHs.

Radio Technology

USPTO #8,362,766 Circuit for Analyzing and Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance

By Stanley JungleibNo Comments

U.S. Patent Application No. 12/628,628
Title: Circuit for Analyzing and Affecting Subtle Energy Resonance
Filed: December 1, 2009
The present application issues as U.S. patent number 8,362,766 on January 29, 2013. To compensate for internal delays, the Patent Office grants a Patent Term Adjustment {extension} of 554 days.

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