Bone Scanner Elements
2017 - 11 - 26 Dave L
Applications of Human Body Resonance
Purpose of this document is to demonstrate to a vibration
sensitive person, how to apply some advanced science, in order to
determine a wavelength that will detect a specific molecular
*** In 2020 it was discovered that the construction of tree roots will
also give a positive indication on the tubes. A more complex design may
be able to eliminate this.***
However this document details the methods used for design and it does work well for bones.
The copper gives an electric vibration off the sides, and the
Aluminum tube gives a pure vibration off the sides when pointed at a
The copper can be wrapped in a paper towel, or even dielectric like
waxed paper, a capacitive effect, for better sensing with the
Point the tube at a bone with about a 90 degree alignment and move it back and forth across the bone to feel it peak.
Molecular Application Introduction
I was motivated to develop a method that may be used to locate a body buried in a land slide, or a snow slide.
Many points of resonance of the human body are possible, but the one
thing that will be present for the longest time are the human bones.
Using the information from the NMR resonance tables, and also the Mass
from the table of elements, I came up with a molecular mix total.
This led to two or three possible resonances, of which phosphorus is a
most strong one to detect, as well the molecular total of the
crystalline base of bone itself.
Bone consists of two structures Collagen 1/3 , mixed with Hydroxy apatite 2/3 which is a crystalline structure.
Collagen is the flexible binder that runs through the bones, but
the molecular structure is very complex so I opted to start testing
with the Hydroxy apatite crystal.
Hydroxy apatite [Hard crystalline]
calcium, phosphorus, oxygen and hydrogen
The formula can be divided by 2 and will preserve the same ratios.
It is actually written both ways.
Resonant Length Calculations
As it was noted that Phosphorus was a most powerful vibration to
detect, that element was calculated also [Blue entries], along with the
Hydroxy apatite molecule [Cyan entries]
The NMR values of each element are summed as Spin, and the AW [Atomic Weight] of
each element is summed for the atoms counts in the molecular formula.
To the right these two values are set geometrically at 90 degrees and a resultant
vector is calculated as the square root of the sum of the squares.
This is per the geometric pattern detected in the NMR document from direct measurement using caliper injection on SS tubes.
Hydroxy apatite 1312.16 cm
Phosphorus 414.94 cm
These are two Resonant Fractals that seem to be most
effective at locating bones, from the preliminary testing I have
Download the spreadsheet here:
Local Testing Preliminary
The two tubes shown in the photo [top of page], are 1/100 of the
calculated Hydroxy apatite fractal length and are accurate for sensing at distance
and even through walls and a refrigerator, or from a second floor.
I can pinpoint my wife and even the two dogs using these at respectable
distances. Further the dogs can feel it when these are pointed at them,
and they will move off to one side just enough to stop the vibration on
I feel it most strongly at the top of my head about 1/3 down into the skull or maybe third eye level.
When you point directly at another bone mass, that mass will couple
with your own bone mass and you will feel the amplification of the
This is due to the effect of mass resonance vibration increasing with
all mass that is synchronized to vibrate as one, and also the quantity
of space that the field encompasses
My wifes bone mass nearly doubles the mass in vibration when this tube couples us together.
One needs to first feel the tube vibrate up their own bone mass to use this accurately.
Photo here shows the posture I am using to point the tube accurately.
Testing with Longer Elements
I set up a tape measure on the desk in front of me and then held a
position on it using a sheet rock knife at 1.3122 meters, or 131.22 cm.
When you get that setting very accurate on the tape measure it is very intense indeed. A longer tube will produce more energy.
I feel that a longer tube, even possibly stainless steel, would make a useful tool for those much less sensitive to vibration.
At almost 1-1/3 meters long it would also be highly visible to others watching you work, which may be a consideration,
however it would be much easier to point and get vectors from if you cannot feel it as well as I do.
I can feel the vector direction all the way to the other person.
If the science is not well understood, observers may want to call this "witching," or use a similar mystical vocabulary.
This one however is totally based in the sciences, as given in supporting documents to date.
Until more scientists begin to use "feel felt vibration sensing," it will likely be considered a "fringe science,"
even though all the data to create this tube detection system comes directly from scientific charts.
It may be some time before they can accept the data method applied to vibration resonance.
The result however is self evident and will prove itself.
[The NMR chart must be calibrated to a background field resonance,
Proton = 333 Mhz, results for NMR have a 10x octave structure]
[Atomic Weights are derived directly from a table of the elements]
[Metric scale lengths can be calculated to mm or cm and will resonate as vibration using a stainless steel caliper]
Electric Meter Detection - Development
It may be possible to use one of the tubes to create a "meter dip", when the field connects to a large bone mass,
the EM level should change on the Copper tubes side surface, and or on the Aluminums ends.
This has yet to be developed, and only a lot of experiment could perfect the correct methods for it to actually work.
Original conception, would be a crystal controlled oscillator set to
1.3122 Mhz or Khz, feeding a coil on one end of the copper or aluminum
a pickup coil on the other end with a rectifier and a meter to show
when the EM is blocked or resisted as the vibration increases when
crossing over a bone at 90 degrees to it.
The increase in vibration energy is expected to send the EM towards the
larger elements [the bodies bones], and the vibration towards the
smaller elements, the tubes.
We might expect a dip in the EM signal at that frequency crossing
through the tubes tending to cancel out the small bias current from the
oscillator to the pickup coil.
As the effect may be capacitive, an adjustment for meter scale would have to be included.
An op amp in the receiver could be used to set the sensitivity, with a variable gain on that as well.