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So I have this theory that all the signals that they are putting in every frequency constantly is why the atmosphere is heating up.

Take a quick look at this chart:


When we put something on the stove to cook it, we are just adding heat in the form of electrons. When we transmit wireless information in TV, radio, shortwave, high frequency, low frequency, ELF, and microwaves (cell phone towers have microwave transmitters)... that energy is all around us, everywhere... the second law of thermodynamics states that we cannot create or destroy energy, so where is all that waste energy that doesn't hit a receiver... going?

Also, I have been wondering about how many transmitters in our society resonate at 10-30 hertz (the frequency that the human mind generally resonates within). I have noticed that some places with lots of large metal objects feel more psychically 'distant' or peaceful. Also, at least a couple of stores and restaurants seem to have something transmitting a signal that interrupts conscious thought on some level.

I'd love to build a custom transmission detector, since the mass marketed ones Ive seen online don't cover all of these frequencies.

And the energy hates this, because it comes from the sun, which burns at a million degrees hotter than Earth.

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finfan7 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2010
I normally don't respond to this sort of thing but I really dig your work so I'll help out your thought processes with a few more facts (I love these sort of thoughts):
Cooking releases energy in the forms of IR and molecular vibration. (the two forms of heat)
Signals sent out that are not received by other electronics are absorbed or reflected by other objects.
The areas you speak of feeling more or less peaceful because of signals it's actually far more likely that you ar experiencing the effects of auditory signals. Areas with large objects have a lower ambient resonance than those with smaller metal objects. The effect you feel in stores is probably the sound of electronic devices. Everything that runs on electricity produces tiny high frequency waves that only some people can hear.
kingtut98 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting idea- in a microwave oven, the microwaves mostly heat water, [link] rather than the food itself. It probably wouldn't be impossible for that to work on water vapour in the atmosphere, though whether the transmitters on a tower would have that effect is another matter. I certainly can't imagine it making any significant difference, though. This device [link] uses microwaves to inflict pain by heating water in the body, so perhaps it would have the same effect on water in air. It works at 95GHz: way above the frequencies used for more mundane things, according to your link. As for the second law of thermodynamics, the waste energy could do any number of things. I imagine quite a bit of it just escapes into space.

Not sure about the interrupting consciousness thing. I've always taken the "mind" to be an idea rather than a physical thing, so I'm not sure what it is you're referring to that resonates at 10-30 hertz.

By the way, I'd really like to know what this all has to do with these masks, or at least a little more about them. What are they made of, for example? Your design is really unusual, and the eyes are a particularly nice touch. There must be some kind of story behind them, and I assume your description has something to do with it?
porkshanks Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011  Professional General Artist
this might help explain:



WrenchMan Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
very nice! they look like glazed clay.
1pez Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
Just wear a foil hat lol

This is so damn true! i was wondering if anyone else thought that....I felt I was grasping at straws. I'm no physicist, but I know that nothing ever disappears, it just goes from one place to the next, so i though, "what about all these damn transmissions we keep sending?!"

...also these masks look cool :iconiloveitmoreplz:
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