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Blue LED Doom!!

 
wanny1  (OP)

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Ok you can try then something different.

get in your shoes with rubber if you have that kind.

Go outside house and try to hold on one terminal diode and other terminal put on something grounded like, water pump light pole ore something that has connection with deep ground.

If then light up then you probably somehow generate that power. Or there is serious leak of electricity in your neiborhood
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Thats a good call. I'm guessing a metal lampost should be sufficiently grounded?
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Ok you can try then something different.

get in your shoes with rubber if you have that kind.

Go outside house and try to hold on one terminal diode and other terminal put on something grounded like, water pump light pole ore something that has connection with deep ground.

If then light up then you probably somehow generate that power. Or there is serious leak of electricity in your neiborhood
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Thats a good call. I'm guessing a metal lampost should be sufficiently grounded?
 Quoting: wanny1


Yep that would do it because they have lightning strike grounding.

just remember put on your feet something well insulated like boots or something with rubber.
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I can say it was malfunction but ,,last night outside my house the solar light was going nuts. is ok now it never happen again..well..yet..
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Ok you can try then something different.

get in your shoes with rubber if you have that kind.

Go outside house and try to hold on one terminal diode and other terminal put on something grounded like, water pump light pole ore something that has connection with deep ground.

If then light up then you probably somehow generate that power. Or there is serious leak of electricity in your neiborhood
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17973159


Thats a good call. I'm guessing a metal lampost should be sufficiently grounded?
 Quoting: wanny1



On the AC setting look for voltage between the neutral terminal on one of your outlets and your plumbing, assuming it's metal and not PVC or this lampost of yours. Do the same thing with your ground terminal.

LEDs require a ridiculously low current to light up. A voltage difference between neutral (or even your house ground) and true Earth running through your body would be just enough to light the LEDs without you even feeling it.

Prediction:

Check the voltage as I explained above, you'll find a reading of between 1 and 5 volts. More then this and you really should hire an electrician to check it out.

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I have an array of LEDS in front of me. And upon holding either of the legs, and touching the other leg to ground, the led lights up.

Should this occur?

Its just that I have used LEDS in multiple applications and never noticed.

Plus I watched a video the other day of a "Chi Master", and the team that were conducting tests were amazed that he could light an LED using his hands (And a ground).
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obviously another illuminati conspiracy.
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Ok you can try then something different.

get in your shoes with rubber if you have that kind.

Go outside house and try to hold on one terminal diode and other terminal put on something grounded like, water pump light pole ore something that has connection with deep ground.

If then light up then you probably somehow generate that power. Or there is serious leak of electricity in your neiborhood
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17973159


Thats a good call. I'm guessing a metal lampost should be sufficiently grounded?
 Quoting: wanny1



On the AC setting look for voltage between the neutral terminal on one of your outlets and your plumbing, assuming it's metal and not PVC or this lampost of yours. Do the same thing with your ground terminal.

LEDs require a ridiculously low current to light up. A voltage difference between neutral (or even your house ground) and true Earth running through your body would be just enough to light the LEDs without you even feeling it.

Prediction:

Check the voltage as I explained above, you'll find a reading of between 1 and 5 volts. More then this and you really should hire an electrician to check it out.
 Quoting: IRQ_1


Just measured between Neutral and pipes under the boiler, and the reading hovers at around 0.190v.

Between terminal earth and pipe reads 0.001.

I have an array of LEDS in front of me. And upon holding either of the legs, and touching the other leg to ground, the led lights up.

Should this occur?

Its just that I have used LEDS in multiple applications and never noticed.

Plus I watched a video the other day of a "Chi Master", and the team that were conducting tests were amazed that he could light an LED using his hands (And a ground).
 Quoting: wanny1


obviously another illuminati conspiracy.
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Obviously.
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does diode light up when you touch with one terminal those pipes
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06/15/2012 08:24 AM
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OP you need to prove that you are creating that energy.
To do that try to light diode with your hands only.
one terminal in one hand and other on another terminal.
If it lit up then you have something.
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That would be impossible. You can't be a power source, and a ground.
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Unless there is an insulator or resistance between them to make at least a 0.7v dc drop....

Like holding the LED in one hand, then holding another with dirty hands like carbon from a #2 pencil....
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Ok you can try then something different.

get in your shoes with rubber if you have that kind.

Go outside house and try to hold on one terminal diode and other terminal put on something grounded like, water pump light pole ore something that has connection with deep ground.

If then light up then you probably somehow generate that power. Or there is serious leak of electricity in your neiborhood
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17973159


If there is a high concentration of electromagnetic waves, in your area, and your blood has alot of metal contaminants in it, or you become conductive by eating lots of salt; then you would become a virtual antenna that could pick up stray eddy currents and discharge them through the LED....
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does diode light up when you touch with one terminal those pipes
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I've just taken another video of me testing the LEDs on a radiator leg, and a screw plate terminal. Uploading now. But yes, the LED lights up :)
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does diode light up when you touch with one terminal those pipes
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I've just taken another video of me testing the LEDs on a radiator leg, and a screw plate terminal. Uploading now. But yes, the LED lights up :)
 Quoting: wanny1


Ohh and if you are wondering why there is no polarity ... now a days they just put two diodes in the lens in parallel, opposite gate directions. It is cheaper to do this than have the robots "sense" polarity and turn during high speed assembly. This is one of the ways to make two color LEDs.

This is a fun lighthearted topic, but there is no doom here. many sources of the miniscule EMF required to light a diode have been offered. Static electricity (drag your feet on the carpet) DC and/or AC bias in the high.low.neutral and ground circuits, even electrical chemical reactions from dirty/clean hands can all drive the diodes as shown.

Think about it this way, diodes are one half of a transistor. there are probably 2.5 Billion transistors in your CPU that uses 100 watts of power. that is 0.00000002 watts per gate.

The next thing we will see is sombody dipping their finger in rubbing alchohol, lighting it, and claiming to be immune to fire.
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does diode light up when you touch with one terminal those pipes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17973159


I've just taken another video of me testing the LEDs on a radiator leg, and a screw plate terminal. Uploading now. But yes, the LED lights up :)
 Quoting: wanny1


Ohh and if you are wondering why there is no polarity ... now a days they just put two diodes in the lens in parallel, opposite gate directions. It is cheaper to do this than have the robots "sense" polarity and turn during high speed assembly. This is one of the ways to make two color LEDs.

This is a fun lighthearted topic, but there is no doom here. many sources of the miniscule EMF required to light a diode have been offered. Static electricity (drag your feet on the carpet) DC and/or AC bias in the high.low.neutral and ground circuits, even electrical chemical reactions from dirty/clean hands can all drive the diodes as shown.

Think about it this way, diodes are one half of a transistor. there are probably 2.5 Billion transistors in your CPU that uses 100 watts of power. that is 0.00000002 watts per gate.

The next thing we will see is sombody dipping their finger in rubbing alchohol, lighting it, and claiming to be immune to fire.
5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10321246


You would think youtube would be littered with videos of kids claiming they could light LEDs with their fingers.

I found none.

The preliminary tests were conducted on a wooden floor, with shoes on. Shoes off. Socks on. Socks off. All produced the same effect,

The next tests will be conducted with the main board switched off, and then using a ground beyond my house.
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Maybe they did finish building Tesla's wireless transmitters its just not availible to the general population?
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It _is_ available, we are just being charged for free energy ; ) I dont notice anymore power outages, other than weather related. But i have a good feeling, that a lot of that buzzing in ppl's ears, mine included, is the free energy floating all around us.

theory.
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does diode light up when you touch with one terminal those pipes
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I've just taken another video of me testing the LEDs on a radiator leg, and a screw plate terminal. Uploading now. But yes, the LED lights up :)
 Quoting: wanny1


Ohh and if you are wondering why there is no polarity ... now a days they just put two diodes in the lens in parallel, opposite gate directions. It is cheaper to do this than have the robots "sense" polarity and turn during high speed assembly. This is one of the ways to make two color LEDs.

This is a fun lighthearted topic, but there is no doom here. many sources of the miniscule EMF required to light a diode have been offered. Static electricity (drag your feet on the carpet) DC and/or AC bias in the high.low.neutral and ground circuits, even electrical chemical reactions from dirty/clean hands can all drive the diodes as shown.

Think about it this way, diodes are one half of a transistor. there are probably 2.5 Billion transistors in your CPU that uses 100 watts of power. that is 0.00000002 watts per gate.

The next thing we will see is sombody dipping their finger in rubbing alchohol, lighting it, and claiming to be immune to fire.
5a
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You would think youtube would be littered with videos of kids claiming they could light LEDs with their fingers.

I found none.
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Well I guess that even on Youtube there aren't any kids as stupid as you.
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I've just taken another video of me testing the LEDs on a radiator leg, and a screw plate terminal. Uploading now. But yes, the LED lights up :)
 Quoting: wanny1


Ohh and if you are wondering why there is no polarity ... now a days they just put two diodes in the lens in parallel, opposite gate directions. It is cheaper to do this than have the robots "sense" polarity and turn during high speed assembly. This is one of the ways to make two color LEDs.

This is a fun lighthearted topic, but there is no doom here. many sources of the miniscule EMF required to light a diode have been offered. Static electricity (drag your feet on the carpet) DC and/or AC bias in the high.low.neutral and ground circuits, even electrical chemical reactions from dirty/clean hands can all drive the diodes as shown.

Think about it this way, diodes are one half of a transistor. there are probably 2.5 Billion transistors in your CPU that uses 100 watts of power. that is 0.00000002 watts per gate.

The next thing we will see is sombody dipping their finger in rubbing alchohol, lighting it, and claiming to be immune to fire.
5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10321246


You would think youtube would be littered with videos of kids claiming they could light LEDs with their fingers.

I found none.
 Quoting: wanny1


Well I guess that even on Youtube there aren't any kids as stupid as you.
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Maybe you should search Youtube for videos relating to sentence structure?

If you have nothing constructive to say, go jerk off.
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13-14 Hertz (Earth kundalini energy - Schumann Resonance) is about to come online per ...

The analyses of Stonehenge (England)...

... which predicts this to occur on summer solstice 2012. ... when their will be a galactic alignment ...

I'm assuming MASSIVE increase of energy on the planet on that day ...

Incidentally, 13-14 hertz of frequency will allow humans to have incredible powers.

For instance, we only use a very small fraction of the brain ... it is known that at 13 hertz and above, we will be able to use much greater parts etc. etc.
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interesting.

But here is the catch. You have there AC current because it lit up in any polarity

AC current can only come from electric company so you have somewhere a leak of electricity or someone close to you.
This can be very dangerous.

You can check your house installation by unplugging all devices in your house from wall socket and watch your power meter. If meter shows some movement then you have a leak in house walls.

If not then you use your diode and put it on that pipe again it should remain off. that would indicate that some of your devices cause this leak
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Does your home or your neighbor's home(s) have the new power meters that do wireless broadcast?
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That was my initial thought. I had stated previously that I feel a "static" but its just a feeling (My hair doesn't stand on end, I can just feel the tingling sensation).

I have also noticed warm patches of air throughout my house.

Once the washing machine has finished, i'll cut the power to the house and test the LEDS again.

Thanks for your input.hf


Does your home or your neighbor's home(s) have the new power meters that do wireless broadcast?
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No. No smart meters in these parts. I'm not entirely sure that they have been passed for usage within the UK.

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But here is the catch. You have there AC current because it lit up in any polarity
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Not nessecarily, as mentioned earlier, lots of LED packages are bi-polar. This is one of the ways networking equipment can have multiple colors (yellow, green) with just two leads/legs. Take a look at the ethernet jack or hub port on your gear.
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you see that red light on your power strip? That should be green when its grounded properly.
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you see that red light on your power strip? That should be green when its grounded properly.
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I appreciate the input, but that strip led SHOULD be red. The other I have does have an "Earth indicator" led, and that si green.
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No problem.

Once my friend was building a house and it was almost done when some man come to install some glass windows.

When he started drilling into edge of wall to put fitting for window he had tingling sensation and was so strong that it disabled him to hold drilling machine. He called my friend to tell him what happened and waiting him in front house. While he waited he heard some high pitch noise. He run around house to determine source of this sound and find out that concrete base of house had some armature touching earth and at that point was electricity zaping to the ground from that armature.
thus producing that noise.

apparently electrician made mistake on second floor and AC current was introduced into house walls. It propagated trough walls into concrete base and from there into ground.

That man could die that day.
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Confirmed, after testing myself with an LED, I too can light one in either direction. Touching one lead and the other to earth ground.

I'm getting 1.4 volts AC by just touching the positive lead on a multimeter. This after pulling the main power connection completly out of my house.


with the mains power to the house plugged in, I get 20 volts AC current, touching positive lead on the multimeter and connecting the negative lead to earth ground.


The 1.4 volts AC drops to 1.1 volts AC when I raise my feet off the floor, same effect when standing up on a chair.

Went outside and just touching the positive lead on the multimeter, it reads 2 volts AC, increasing slightly when connecting the negative lead to earth ground.

my arms/hands have a tingle feeling aswell and this might explain the hum I get through the speakers when touching my car stereo ground.
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But here is the catch. You have there AC current because it lit up in any polarity
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17973159


Not nessecarily, as mentioned earlier, lots of LED packages are bi-polar. This is one of the ways networking equipment can have multiple colors (yellow, green) with just two leads/legs. Take a look at the ethernet jack or hub port on your gear.
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If that diode is bipolar and made for that purpose then it would lit up in different colors when he changes polarity right?

On video number two i think. Saw LED to flash very fast witch also indicate that is AC current.
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But here is the catch. You have there AC current because it lit up in any polarity
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Not nessecarily, as mentioned earlier, lots of LED packages are bi-polar. This is one of the ways networking equipment can have multiple colors (yellow, green) with just two leads/legs. Take a look at the ethernet jack or hub port on your gear.
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Bipolar LEDs are usually three or more leg but not always.

What us the LED part number?

And radio waves are AC until rectified and an LED is a rectifier so if his body is acting as an antenna the LED will light both directions.

Are there any hi tension power lines near the area?

This will also transmit EM (radio) waves to a certain distance and will even light flouresecent lights when in a strong enough field (close enough to the wires)

What makes me believe it is EM is that when you lift up your feet off the floor you are changing the orientation of your body which is the same as changing the position of a radio antenna.
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Agree with others. in older construction there was a technique called "knob and tube" The copper water plumbing was used for neutral. As these houses were upgraded, not nessecarily every strap, stringer,etc was removed from the junction boxes and ground points (rods).

Mere eletrolysis of water in pipes, even through such dimished pathways, can create D.C. bias in home circuits or the walls themselves. Much less distribution power leakage, or EMF capture from remote and local power emitters (motors, microwaves, radio stations, ground radar from drones, etc)

This is the primary reason modern building codes require conduit. it is an isolation mechanism from previous installations. Kind like wearing a helmet if you use the town bicycle.
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I was told the other day by a friend that the power companies run low voltage on the ground line in your house for data acquisition.





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