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Old 11-14-2011, 07:58 AM
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Personally, never tried Zagori or mini Zagori or .....
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which LRL, really work for treasure hunting that you try it ?
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:16 AM
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which LRL, really work for treasure hunting that you try it ?
I use many...
One of them that there is the schematic here... is a modification of Alonsos's PD. It works also without any modification but it is very difficult to adjust it.
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I use many...
One of them that there is the schematic here... is a modification of Alonsos's PD. It works also without any modification but it is very difficult to adjust it.
please tell me where is the Alonsos's PD schematic and...

you think, which LRL is the best choice for real treasure hunting ???

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Old 11-14-2011, 03:53 PM
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you think, which LRL is the best choice for real treasure hunting ???
Homemade for sure.

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Old 11-14-2011, 04:24 PM
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Homemade for sure.
Absolutely! And the simpler one, to begin with.
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Homemade for sure.

ok, which Homemade LRL is the best choice for real treasure hunting ???
Alonsos's PD or mini zahori or ...???
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ok, which Homemade LRL is the best choice for real treasure hunting ???
Alonsos's PD or mini zahori or ...???
Better price / performance ratio you can get with mini zahori or ... this:

(Green light is gold and other precious metal, res light is ferro.)
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Better price / performance ratio you can get with mini zahori or ... this:



Green light is gold and other precious metal, res light is ferro.
Hmmm We can see this is good for sensing the charge in the air.
But how do we stop it from catching too much stray static charge to become positive or negative too much, then miss tiny variations in positive or negative charge in the air?
What happens when we catch strong static charges from our feet friction on the ground during a dry day?
If only there was a circuit which can remove excess charge and reset to zero charge at a very fast rate...
then we could detect even very small changes in the air charge without overloading the circuit.
Wait... I found a circuit that can do this right here in this thread..!



Hmmmm... we are back where we started.
Well, it can find the tiny changes from the air charge, but it does not have the red and green for gold and iron.
So maybe better the red and green zahori


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Hmmmm... we are back where we started.

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In meantime a huge of changes, schematic I posted was further developed to GIM (look at my post again)!
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In meantime a huge of changes, schematic I posted was further developed to GIM (look at my post again)!
Hmmm....
What is GIM?
Is similar to JINN?

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Old 11-15-2011, 10:33 AM
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What is GIM?
Is similar to JINN?

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Look at drawings, GIM is Gold Ions Monitor.

JINN is prior art of GIM.
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Alonso's PD is more critical to adjust it and to work with it but it is better.
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Old 11-15-2011, 01:29 PM
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Better price / performance ratio you can get with mini zahori or ... this:

(Green light is gold and other precious metal, res light is ferro.)
Great circuit WM6, i like the discrimination function!
But i have made here a really super long range version: when the green led is on it means there is gold somewhere, so sentitive that it also detects it on atomic form .
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Great circuit WM6, i like the discrimination function!
But i have made here a really super long range version: when the green led is on it means there is gold somewhere, so sentitive that it also detects it on atomic form .
Thanks for upgrade Fred.

What do you think about thirth UV LEDs to not to detecting gold teeth?
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Thanks for upgrade Fred.

What do you think about thirth UV LEDs to not to detecting gold teeth?
I hear stories UV-A LED is good for discriminating between dental gold and jewelry gold.
But UV-B LED does not work well.
Best performance when less than 200 nm.

Hope this helps.

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But UV-B LED does not work well.
Best performance when less than 200 nm.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for hint J_P, assume that "nm" mean "non modulated" light beam carier?
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Thanks for hint J_P, assume that "nm" mean "non modulated" light beam carier?
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hi dear wm6
Can be identified with the orbit of gold in soil????
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Old 11-15-2011, 04:36 PM
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Thatīs great information: we are progressing.
Please dear Mr JP, where could i buy 2 leds for detection at less than 2km with "nm" option (green uv kind pse)
And one white uv-b for night detection.

BTW, i am patenting an idea but i will share it here before as i know it will not leak : I have invented a BFO that uses a yellow led, and will frequency beat with the yellow color of gold.
Optional white plug-in leds can be purchased for silver, platinum, aluminium and stainless steel, and red ones for copper.
I need funds, anyone ?
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Thatīs great information: we are progressing.
Please dear Mr JP, where could i buy 2 leds for detection at less than 2km with "nm" option (green uv kind pse)
And one white uv-b for night detection.

BTW, i am patenting an idea but i will share it here before as i know it will not leak : I have invented a BFO that uses a yellow led, and will frequency beat with the yellow color of gold.
Optional white plug-in leds can be purchased for silver, platinum, aluminium and stainless steel, and red ones for copper.
I need funds, anyone ?
The cost of green UV-A LEDs has risen dramatically since the WM6 circuit and improvements was leaked from the forum.
I don't know where you can get one for less than 19999,99 Ģ.
But the cost will probably go down after all the world treasure is found from using the WM6 LRL.
For night white UV-B LEDs you are better to not use these...
They will load down the circuit and make your batteries go flat very fast.
Better to wait for a full moon when you want to go for night treasure hunting.

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Can be identified with the orbit of gold in soil????
Can you count fast enough ?
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The cost of green UV-A LEDs has risen dramatically since the WM6 circuit and improvements was leaked from the forum.
I don't know where you can get one for less than 19999,99 Ģ.
But the cost will probably go down after all the world treasure is found from using the WM6 LRL.
For night white UV-B LEDs you are better to not use these...
They will load down the circuit and make your batteries go flat very fast.
Better to wait for a full moon when you want to go for night treasure hunting.

Best wishes,
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Thank you for your answer.I like the price.
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Can you count fast enough ?
yes i have enough
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yes i have enough
Not money, spinning electrons !
It was a just a joke.
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The cost of green UV-A LEDs has risen dramatically since the WM6 circuit and improvements was leaked from the forum.
I don't know where you can get one for less than 19999,99 Ģ.
But the cost will probably go down after all the world treasure is found from using the WM6 LRL.
For night white UV-B LEDs you are better to not use these...
They will load down the circuit and make your batteries go flat very fast.
Better to wait for a full moon when you want to go for night treasure hunting.

Best wishes,
J_P
Found discounted UV-B LEDs for 19998.99 BRL
http://www.hungcorp.com/UV-A%20LEDs_discount.br/
The site server is slow so keep trying..
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