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RESONANT FREQUENCY OF THE AETHER

Letter From Greg Hodowanec


From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 8, March 1999, pp. 21-22.
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LETTER FROM GREG HODOWANEC

RESONANT FREQUENCY OF THE AETHER

The following is from an overlooked letter from Greg Hodowanec, dated September 8, 1996.

Dear colleague: The following may be of interest to you.

POSSIBLE RESONANCES IN THE UNIVERSE.

The fundamental frequency in the Universe is the Ryhsmonic (aetheric) frequency f* which is equal to 1/T* or 1/5.391 x 10-44 sec. which is about 1.855 x 1043 Hz.

Interaction with this fundamental frequency under resonance conditions should result in an exchange of energy, i.e., energy extraction. Some possible resonances are now considered, with remarks on possible confirmation: without reference to powers (fundamental to operating frequency ratios) the basic frequencies are now listed:

    Frequency  Remarks

1.  1.855  Hz  This is a Schuman resonance and is also seen in Rysmonic
                  GW resonance ( 2 Hz).
2.  3.710  Hz  This is also seen in Schuman.
3.  7.42   Hz  This is also seen in Schuman as a more pronounced
                  resonance.
4.  3.710 KHz  These frequencies were seen in the coil tests (Cosmology
    9.275 KHz  Note 3/16/96)
   18.550 KHz     Also, man of these frequencies were see in
   24.115 KHz     MRA tests, especially in Mini-MRA tests.
   33.390 KHz
   46.375 KHz   Note: All the frequencies listed here cannot be just
   68.635 KHz            mere coincidence!
   77.910 KHz
   89.040 KHz   Note: The ratios of these nos. to 3.71 are 2.5, 5, 6.5,
                         9, 12.5, 18.5, 21, 24, 35
  124.850 KHz
Conclusions: These tests appear to indicate that sub-harmonic resonances with the fundamental rhysmonic frequency of 1.855 x 10 43 Hz do result in the extraction of some energy from the intrinsic energy of this Universe!

[Editor's note: There appears to be something fundamentally important about these frequencies. I tried to find more information about Schuman resonance but haven't found a definition as yet.]


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