I also posted this on EF.
Experimental proof that the energy is transmitted through the earth by means of simply having multiple earth points set at various distances from the transmitter earth terminal and connecting to each one to receive. Simple.
20-22mm diameter copper pipes are used for receiver earth terminals. Details will follow. The transmitter has an earth rod of unknown length with 20cm or so and 37cm lengths of copper pipe in parallel, but the length of the ones connected to the transmitter are irrelevant in this experiment.
Distance from transmitter earth terminal (metres) : Pipe length (metres)
0.13 : 0.3
0.37 : 0.3
0.72 : 0.3
0.97 : 0.3
1.47 : 0.3
1.98 : 0.65 (doesn't count due to extra pipe length therefore better reception)
Also not shown in the video (but shown in diagram) are the two dirty earth rods which were put into the ground at a random distance for test purposes, both connected in parallel for receiving. Transmission distance in that case is 3.46 metres.
Transmitting and receiving coils are approx 10.3 metres apart (with stone wall blocking line of sight).
F = 3670 kc
L = 0.66µH approx
Primary impedance (2Pi*F*L) approx = 15 ohms
Primary voltage = +/-0.7V = 1.4V p-p
I = 46.6mA
Peak Power = 32.6mW
RMS Power = 23mW
Test tone = C5 = 523.251 cycles/sec
Scope probe locations:
Waveform A (left) is the receiver primary voltage, Waveform B (right) is the audio signal.
Transmission distance = 0.13 metres
Transmission distance = 0.37 metres
Transmission distance = 0.72 metres
Transmission distance = 0.97 metres
Transmission distance = 1.47 metres
Transmission distance = 1.98 metres (doesn't count)
Transmission distance = 3.46 metres (not in video)
Many effects observed confirm that a bucket of soil accurately simulates a Telluric transmission situation, within obvious reason. Receiver is seen to respond even when standing on the ground around the transmitter earth terminal when holding a wire leading to the receiver in hand (and touching metal), and transmission will equally pass through human body when holding the wire to receiver in one hand and touching the transmitter earth terminal with the other hand. Laying the wire leading to the receiver on the ground around transmitter earth terminal also allows for reception of signal. This was to be filmed but the rains came again and this time the receiver was not sheltered so I was forced to abort.