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Attenuation, dielectric properties, conductivity, faraday cage, sea salt, Mg2+, a blog about powerful radar assaults being used in modern society to inflict deadly cancers linked to repression similar to the use of homelessness and how to attenuate them. *the faraday cage really does work but it is a question of metal thickness, it needs to be thick. Grounded sea water containers may work as a type of faraday cage, water bottles attenuate another mobbing weapon, focused ultrasound.* -- *homicides through cancer equals a low homicide rate*

1. The solutions that I'm currently using are: I've created (granite, aluminum, lead) panels and have 2' x 4' metal panels that I have painted to prevent rusting.

2. I will now reconnect* these as a faraday cage to increase their attenuation factor, the faraday cage is grounded and sends the resulting current or energy from the radar assaults to the ground. The ground consists of copper wire attached to the cage and attached to a copper pipe in the ground, a modified extension cord that consists of only the electrical ground, and possibly connecting the ground of battery boosters.

3. The conductor that I am using to connect the panels is aluminum tape.

Another solution that I am using is filling bottles with dolomite rock (MgCa .. ) with epsom salt water, which also contains a lot of Mg. I do not know if using sea salt Mg2+ would be better.

I have other attenuation materials that I have purchased, bags of white marble (dolomite), travertine tiles, bottles willed with water and green leaves, which all have a good dielectric property.

*I've moved this shielding protection inclosure from my van, to inside a house, and now back inside of a van.

Ground Penetrating Radar

There are two physical parameters of materials that are important in wave propagation at GPR frequencies. One property is conductivity (σ), the inverse of electrical resistivity (ρ). -- The other physical property of importance at GPR frequencies is the dielectric constant (ε), which is dimensionless.This property is related to how a material reacts to a steady-state electric field; that is, conditions where a potential difference exists but no charge is flowing. Such a condition exists between the plates of a charged capacitor. -- Materials made up of polar molecules, such as water, have a high ε. Physically, a great deal of the energy in an EM field is consumed in interaction with the molecules of water or other polarizable materials. Thus, waves propagating through such a material both go slower and are subject to more attenuation.

a = attenuation in decibels/m (db/m) involves the dielectric constant (water, metal) ε = dielectric constant (dimensionless) and the electrical conductivity of the material (sea water, metal, the faraday cage) σ = electrical conductivity in mS/m.

Sea Salt and Mg2+

The Mg2+ cation is the second most abundant cation in seawater. -- Seawater contains more dissolved ions than all types of freshwater. -- The most abundant dissolved ions in seawater are sodium, chloride, magnesium, sulfate and calcium.

The Perfection of Evolution, sometimes all you have to do is look at what nature created to do something. Plants eat the sun's radiation, they use chlorophyll, and "magnesium is the metallic ion at the center of chlorophyll".

Free Radar Attenuation Ideas

Another free radar attenuation idea, no sea water and no money for sea salt, add shredded green leaves, they contain chlorophyll and magnesium (Mg), to free containers and add water, which equals "wet foliage" a ground penetrating radar term.

Particle physics researchers prefer to build particle detectors under layers of dolomite to enable the detectors to detect the highest possible number of exotic particles. Because dolomite contains relatively minor quantities of radioactive materials, it can insulate against interference from cosmic rays without adding to background radiation levels.

Dolomite is a carbonate mineral composed of calcium magnesium carbonate CaMg(CO3)2. -- greater content of magnesium replacing calcium, -- Limestone that is partially replaced by dolomite is referred to as dolomitic limestone, or in old U.S. geologic literature as magnesian limestone. --

One x-ray and radar attenuation method consists of adding barite, Barium (Ba), to cement to increase its attenuation. Similar to lead it is dense, number 56 on the periodic table and an Earth Metal like Magnesium (Mg) and Calcium (Ca).