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Magnetico vs Emf Canopy

Discussion in 'The New Monster Thread' started by OptimalSkr, Mar 1, 2018.

  1. Trae

    Trae New Member

    You can use a digital multi-meter which has two prongs on it. One prong connects to a grounding cable to use as the base signal, then the multi-meter will show you the difference between whatever is touching the other prong. So if the ground outside has an electrical charge of let's say, 0 volts (it doesn't but for simplicity sake), and your body has a charge of 5 volts, the multimeter will show a charge of 5 volts. Now you can touch that same prong to your canopy and watch what happens to the multi-meter, it will probably jump up to 10, 15, or 20 volts depending on your setup, and that displays the volts that are going through your canopy. If you are upstairs it will be very high.

    People incorrectly think when they ground their canopy that it now has a zero voltage, when actually it shows a zero voltage because the canopy is connected to the ground as well so the difference in charge between the ground and the canopy of course is zero. What's actually happening is there is a constant charge of EMF running through the canopy and then into the ground over and over and over and the multi-meter isn't fast enough to pick it up, but you better believe your body is picking it up. This is probably why you feel like garbage when sleeping in it. Headaches maybe, or just a feeling of over stimulation, maybe your eyes even hurt.

    That being said, if you want an instrument that is fast enough to pick up those charges and really see what's happening, you need an oscilloscope which can be expensive. But for what you're doing here a multimeter should work and they are like 20 bucks.
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  2. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

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