While going through the Steven Smith articles, I made an observation the radar absorbing paint used on the F-117 is basically orgonite.
"Radar absorbent materials are based on the principal of converting coherent electromagnetic energy (radio waves) into incoherent electromagnetic energy (heat). And when viewed from this perspective, the term “radar absorbent material” represents a subtle form of disinformation. The material itself is a liquid composite, formed from low Q ferrite particles, suspended in a radar transparent organic binder, applied to surfaces in a manner similar to conventional paint.
The low Q ferrite particles act as lossy (low efficiency) resonators, thereby transforming incident microwave energy into heat. A wide range of particle sizes are used to allow the material to function across a broad spectrum of frequencies. However, the spectrum of frequencies over which the material will convert microwave energy into heat is not unlimited. In particular, the lower end of the microwave band (200Mhz – 800Mhz) is NOT effectively absorbed. This compromise was considered acceptable, since modern radar systems employ frequencies several octaves higher.
Here is the Achilles heel of radar absorbent materials. Lower frequencies require larger ferrite particle sizes, and these in turn require a thicker coating, resulting in surface imperfections (bumps), which impair aerodynamic performance."
Ferrite being iron based. Size of particle dictates what frequency range is absorbed.
If we were to relate this to the death towers and what their transmision frequencies are, it may go far to explain why orgonite is effective.
Excellent observation, Phil! Thanks a lot. I’m really enjoying Smith’s site–lots of info there and he seems genuine to me, so far.
Years ago, a student at the University of Dublin emailed to say that when he put orgonite in a powerful microwave oven in a college laboratory and turned the power up all the way, the orgonite didn’t even get warm. When I read your email it reminded me of this. Jeff in Florida put an orgonite device in his kitchen microwave oven a few years ago and the only part that got hot was a piece of metal that was sticking out of the resin–that acttually glowed, then melted and I think there was a little sparking, too. The orgonite itself didn’t get warm in that case. A psychic would likely see an explosion of healthy blue or violet orgone in that situation, when the oven is turned on.
I’ll try to contact STeven J Smith and ask him if he knows about what we’re doing. It would be easy enough for him to do some of his own experiments if he’s interested. We don’t get a lot of feedback from actual scientists, probably because most scientists who don’t work for the CIA/MI6/NSA/KGB are mere intellectual bigots [Image Can Not Be Found]
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