Because I've had a soft assumption that any effective receiver would be probably biological/alive in some form, my investigations and experiments have primarily been focused around living systems as receivers.
Next up on my list though, is looking into using (natural) crystals, in this case quartz. The idea came from a couple paragraphs from one of Drunvalo Melchizidek's books, here in edited form.
Natural crystals can only hold as many programs as there are faces on the end of the crystal.
...We placed a quartz crystal on a bench with the sensor of his molecular emission scanner (MES) aimed at the crystal to pick up the microwave emission and send them through the homemade software on the connected PC to be analyzed.
Bob watched the screen as I programmed the crystal with my thoughts. Our thoughts are long EM waves that transmit into space and can be received by sensitive equipment, so why not put them into a crystal to be received just like a radio signal?
The instant I programmed the crystal with a thought (the idea of love), Bob noticed an immediate change in the sine-wave signature on the screen in the shorter wavelengths. It was not long before Bob could tell me instantly when I had programmed the crystal and when I had erased one of the programs.
I would put three programs in and take out two, and Bob could see the three added blips on the sine-wave signature, then he would see two blips being removed
Before acquiring equipment, I was curious to see if you have any thoughts on this from an RS2 perspective, as well as thoughts as an electrical engineer.
- Does the idea even sound plausible?
- How would an aggregate such as a quartz crystal be able to store or maintain any variation or program such as described in it's structure?
- I googled MES as I wasn't familiar with the instrument, and I wonder if a regular oscilloscope would work instead, and of what bandwidth, etc.
- The author assumes that the method of transmission is long EM. I've been assuming that this effect would probably be non-local (based on other research), though I don't know how to evaluate this in RS2 thinking.