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« Reply #20 on: December 03, 2009, 08:55:37 pm »
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Now I get it!!! I can detect it, but not measure it. That is what the TH's here in Fla. are asking me to provide. A means of metering the signals so as to determine how far away the objects are. I can't do that, and frankly I don't see the necessity of that as long as I can triangulate.


Like a lot of things, you can infer from another measurement that something is at work, perhaps an unknown something, and you can even give it a name. Telluric currents are like that. Nobody can really, truly PROVE they exist but we can infer from other measurements that SOMETHING is at work there. Measuring flux across a miles long telegraph line is taking an educated guess about what is happening.

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« Reply #21 on: December 19, 2009, 01:13:01 pm »
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Quote:Posted by GoldDigger1950
Like a lot of things, you can infer from another measurement that something is at work, perhaps an unknown something, and you can even give it a name. Telluric currents are like that. Nobody can really, truly PROVE they exist but we can infer from other measurements that SOMETHING is at work there. Measuring flux across a miles long telegraph line is taking an educated guess about what is happening.


Like the theory of gravity eh?

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Like the theory of gravity eh?


You understand the difference between a theory and a fact.

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