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Re: [TCML] Re: Wireless Energy Transmission Follow-up (fwd)
Does anyone have this mentioned artcile ? the only one online I can find is
a buy it now for $20 :-(
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Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2007 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: [TCML] Re: Wireless Energy Transmission Follow-up (fwd)
there have been people wh have expressed an interest in propagation of radio
energy. i think this is a wonderful subject.
i also think radio science lost its way sometime in the 30's. we are far
behind where we should be. radio is now a mere approximation of of the
field fully developed.
the proper people should find the following article most interesting. one
can see radio propagation with all the mumbo-jumbo stripped away. one thing
that derailed radio science was the "international money power" wanted radio
to be a certain way so they could own it. read the history of the "marconi
scandle" and you will get a feel for it all.
Charles A. Culver did some energy propagation studies at the Randal Morgan
Labratory at the University of Pennsylvania before 1907 and published his
results in Physical Review.
the article citation is: Culver, C. A., "A study of the propagation and
interception of energy in wireless telegraphy Part I", Physical Review, Vol.
XXV, No. 3, pp. 200, (1907).
nowdays Physical Review busys itself worry about goverment grants to study
the folding of 19 demensional space. we have lost the farm to a bunch of
but; the above article is tasty and meaty. dont worry about "radio shadows"
they can be explained by electrostatic screening ( like the voltage gradient
weakning when u go into a hole.
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