Mysterylights Group Message 0154

Subject: Re: Looking for some suggestions
From: "vamphincest" <panhead@...>
Date: 18 Mar 2002 13:39

Where can I find Brett's study? Dr. Arangra at Sul Ross doesn't reply 
to my e-mail nor my (very expensive) calls. I'll just have to drop in 
on him. 

I too am into Telluric currents and VLF. However I can't figure out 
how they can produce sufficient energy for luminosity without some 
weird 3 wave interaction. Even then it isn't too likely. We are 
talking millivolts and nanoteslas. It is difficult for me to produce 
an air plasma with a 6000 volt neon sign transformer using an 1/8 inch 
air gap. 

There has been a lot of work done on solitons in plasmas, but I think 
only Ohtsuki has done anything on producing plasmas with solitons or 
more precisely in his case--fractal reflections.

Mike G
Costa Rica

--- In mysterylights@y..., Khem Caigan <Khem@z...> wrote:
> dbercaw2001 writes:
> > 
> >  The idea that I would like to test is that
> > the energy source for these lights are from telluric currents
> > channeled through areas of high conductivity (from the metal
> > deposits), with the lights appearing at the interface where the
> > telluric currents surface and come into contact with currents in 
> > atmosphere.  As you can tell, this idea is only half baked and 
> > data is needed before any testable hypothesis can be formed.
>  You might want to take a look at James Brett's study of the Marfa
> Lights, to see how his chums jammed on the geology of the Texas Big 
> Region - which is volcanics, metamorphosed rocks, and chalk - both
> diamagnetic and dielectric.
>  Similar to what underlies the crop circle region in England, come 
> think of it ;)
> > The telluric current sensor is an issue.  I have been surveying 
> > information on devices for earth current measurement, including
> > ground antennas, and all of the methods seem pretty crude.
>  You might want to take a look at these sites: 
> Exploring ULF-ELF and VLF radio band
> > Another issue is measurement of radio wave transmissions through 
> > earth in the ELF/VLF frequencies, but at what frequency should
> > measurements be taken?
> Howsabout paying a visit to our neighbours?
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