ANOMALIES USING THE
SmartSPOTTM II TEMPORAL GRAVIMETER EXPLORERS KIT
UPDATED: June 16, 2005
Figure 1. Drawing courtesy of Dan Shaw.
Shown in Figure 2 above is a phenomenon caused by a change in gravity. This change causes mass, volume, frequency, time and energy to curve or fluctuate. To measure this change in gravity, the SmartSPOT system was developed. It measures this change as a temporal difference using an Accutron tuning fork watch, which vibrates at a natural frequency of 360Hz. Since the frequency of vibration of the tuning fork watch is a function of geometry and mass, a change of these parameters would be indicated by a change of watch's natural frequency. This is key towards understanding mass fluctuations due to changes in gravity.
You'll observe a second generation SmartSPOT II system shown in Figure 3. The purpose of this configuration is to cancel out locally induced frequency variations of the tuning fork watch, and only capture the data that reveals a temporal difference across the anomaly.
Figure 4. Gravity Profile of Mystery Spot.
Figure 5. Typical field application of SmartSPOT II.
Figure 6. Accutron/MicroSet3 Timing Module.
Figure 7. Modified Accutron input signal processing circuit.
Figure 8. Real-time calculations performed by SmartSPOT II.
Figure 9. Main screen of
the SmartSPOT II Temporal Gravimeter. A gravitational RED SHIFT
is being measured as temporal shift between two high precision clocks, which are simultaneously
measuring the frequency of an Accutron Watch vibrating at a frequency of approximately 360 Hz.
SmartSPOT II Users Manual, by William Alek.
SmartSPOT Users Manual, by William Alek.
The MicroSet 3 Precision Clock and Watch Timer, by Mumford Micro Systems.
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