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Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:08 AM)
I will say this though. If you want to get the crap shocked out of you, touch an un-grounded helicopter. Those things generate a tremendous static charge. Maybe that is what OP is referring to. These turbines could be creating a huge static charge that is transferred into the actual ground.

HMM?

true as that that is.

true.

i was referring to the basics of the electrical grid many/most of us live on.

a ground fault is a bad thing.

and for every wire that they send an electron on, they wire a wire to send that same electron back.

it is physics. it is common sense.

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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:08 AM)
I will say this though. If you want to get the crap shocked out of you, touch an un-grounded helicopter. Those things generate a tremendous static charge. Maybe that is what OP is referring to. These turbines could be creating a huge static charge that is transferred into the actual ground.

HMM?

Still gonna be negligible. There would never be enough current generated to affect a human in any way.

I think Luv is a bit of a hypochondriac; a cool and nice dude but little off when it comes to this stuff. He has eliminated all local sources of EMF and all WIFI yet he's still experiencing symptoms, so he's reaching deeper to try to understand it.
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:08 AM)
I will say this though. If you want to get the crap shocked out of you, touch an un-grounded helicopter. Those things generate a tremendous static charge. Maybe that is what OP is referring to. These turbines could be creating a huge static charge that is transferred into the actual ground.

HMM?

Still gonna be negligible. There would never be enough current generated to affect a human in any way.

I think Luv is a bit of a hypochondriac; a cool and nice dude but little off when it comes to this stuff. He has eliminated all local sources of EMF and all WIFI yet he's still experiencing symptoms, so he's reaching deeper to try to understand it.

I should clarify; there wouldn't be enough current at distance from the source*
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
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Still gonna be negligible. There would never be enough current generated to affect a human in any way.

I think Luv is a bit of a hypochondriac; a cool and nice dude but little off when it comes to this stuff. He has eliminated all local sources of EMF and all WIFI yet he's still experiencing symptoms, so he's reaching deeper to try to understand it.

I should clarify; there wouldn't be enough current at distance from the source*

The current isn't so much the issue. Luv never said anyone got shocked. It's the static field that could be causing problems.
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:22 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:17 AM)
I should clarify; there wouldn't be enough current at distance from the source*

The current isn't so much the issue. Luv never said anyone got shocked. It's the static field that could be causing problems.

Okay.. so what "powers" it enough to travel through the earth?

Why doesn't lightning zap people 38 miles away?

Why is there no example of static electricity being conducted through the earth in a way that can affect biological systems?
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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:22 AM)
The current isn't so much the issue. Luv never said anyone got shocked. It's the static field that could be causing problems.

Okay.. so what "powers" it enough to travel through the earth?

Why doesn't lightning zap people 38 miles away?

Why is there no example of static electricity being conducted through the earth in a way that can affect biological systems?

I did some quick reading and wind turbines produce a huge amount of static electricity. In some cases enough to charge large capacitor banks.
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:37 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:34 AM)
Okay.. so what "powers" it enough to travel through the earth?

Why doesn't lightning zap people 38 miles away?

Why is there no example of static electricity being conducted through the earth in a way that can affect biological systems?

I did some quick reading and wind turbines produce a huge amount of static electricity. In some cases enough to charge large capacitor banks.

For sure, but where is the current required to ram it through the earth???
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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:37 AM)
I did some quick reading and wind turbines produce a huge amount of static electricity. In some cases enough to charge large capacitor banks.

For sure, but where is the current required to ram it through the earth???

Once again, it could be a static field. Think of as moments before the lightening strikes. Lightening happens when the dialectic strength of the air breaks down. In this case the soil may contain a certain static charge.
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:44 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:41 AM)
For sure, but where is the current required to ram it through the earth???

Once again, it could be a static field. Think of as moments before the lightening strikes. Lightening happens when the dialectic strength of the air breaks down. In this case the soil may contain a certain static charge.

Why do we not have any examples of static electricity moving vast distances through the earth?

People do not get zapped by lightning through the earth, even 16.5 ft away from the strike. Why? Because the earth is not a great conductor.

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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
The Chinese are experimenting on microwaving Americans with overhead satellites. They can detect your phone being used and zap that location whether you're inside or outside. If you experience a tightness in your chest and a dizziness in your head, you're probably a test victim.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:47 AM)
The Chinese are experimenting on microwaving Americans with overhead satellites. They can detect your phone being used and zap that location whether you're inside or outside. If you experience a tightness in your chest and a dizziness in your head, you're probably a test victim.

Or you could have heart problems that you need a medical professional to diagnose and help you to repair..
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:44 AM)
Once again, it could be a static field. Think of as moments before the lightening strikes. Lightening happens when the dialectic strength of the air breaks down. In this case the soil may contain a certain static charge.

Why do we not have any examples of static electricity moving vast distances through the earth?

People do not get zapped by lightning through the earth, even 16.5 ft away from the strike. Why? Because the earth is not a great conductor.

Popcorn

The earth can be a good conductor. It depends on the composition of the soil. If it's wet, it probably conducts fairly well. I was thinking of a wind farm in a dry area such as a desert. I would think you could have some real static charges in the ground because it doesn't conduct well. Wet highly conductive soil wouldn't hold a static charge.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:47 AM)
The Chinese are experimenting on microwaving Americans with overhead satellites. They can detect your phone being used and zap that location whether you're inside or outside. If you experience a tightness in your chest and a dizziness in your head, you're probably a test victim.

i am glad that I don't own a phone.

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Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:52 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:47 AM)
Why do we not have any examples of static electricity moving vast distances through the earth?

People do not get zapped by lightning through the earth, even 16.5 ft away from the strike. Why? Because the earth is not a great conductor.

Popcorn

The earth can be a good conductor. It depends on the composition of the soil. If it's wet, it probably conducts fairly well. I was thinking of a wind farm in a dry area such as a desert. I would think you could have some real static charges in the ground because it doesn't conduct well. Wet highly conductive soil wouldn't hold a static charge.

Yeah, but no.

Find me some examples and I will readjust my thoughts on it.

The simple fact is that static electricity does not have enough potential (current) to do what you're proposing.
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RE: Ground Loop to detect ground currents?
Pasta Lover  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:52 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2019 06:47 AM)
Why do we not have any examples of static electricity moving vast distances through the earth?

People do not get zapped by lightning through the earth, even 16.5 ft away from the strike. Why? Because the earth is not a great conductor.

Popcorn

The earth can be a good conductor. It depends on the composition of the soil. If it's wet, it probably conducts fairly well. I was thinking of a wind farm in a dry area such as a desert. I would think you could have some real static charges in the ground because it doesn't conduct well. Wet highly conductive soil wouldn't hold a static charge.

Plenty of YouTube videos of farm livestock herds all dead because they were killed by a nearby lightening strike.
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