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Re: Thinking About A Geiger Counter
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- Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 11:51:11 -0700
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Original poster: "Malcolm Watts" <m.j.watts@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 3 Nov 2005, at 21:06, Tesla list wrote:
> Original poster: Skip Malley <skip@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> A Geiger counter measures particles released from Uranium and has
> ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the relatively low frequency energy of a
> Tesla coil which is in the frequency range of an AM radio transmitter.
> It is like using an ultrasonic microphone listening for earthquakes.
> Tesla coils emit low frequency radio waves, not gamma rays.
> Geiger counter measurements are of ABSOLUTELY no value to a coiler,
> unless you live next to a Uranium mine.
The issue in question is whether high energy discharges striking a
variety of targets produces any radiation detectable by a Geiger
counter isn't it? Quite different from expecting it to detect EM
radiation at TC frequencies.