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First Fins


Today I picked up my first fins from Mark at the Dive Bunker in Burntisland, Fife. Today was also one of those days when I felt that I’d been shown a key to a door, a chance conversation with someone that brought together a few areas of thought; thoughts which were also presented with an opportunity to be transplanted onto something concrete for a structured course of investigation.

The Sun, Moon and ELF (1-300Hz)


From Electromagnetic Man
pgs 40-41

Lieber (1979) published a collection of many studies purporting to show a reliable lunar influence on various areas of human behaviour, although Rotton and Kelly (1985), using meta-analysis, have fiercely contested this claim. However whereas studies of social behaviour can be easily criticized for neglecting a variety of contributing variables, biochemical studies, like those of Rounds (1975), who has found a lunar periodicity in the concentration of neurotransmitter-like substances from human blood, are more difficult to refute.



These are my presentation notes from the Maxwell City workshop in June this year.

Extremely low frequency transmitters were developed for communication with deeply submerged submarines at depths of more than 200 metres and under polar ice-caps. Submarines below this depth are undetectable by radar and other non-acoustic systems.


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