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Discussion in 'Human Potential, Self Discovery' started by AnonKat, Sep 16, 2010.
LOL AT IRONY
Like this little gem: "The negative energy or charge isn’t always composed of exactly the same type of mass as there are quality variations in sources of resistance. Facsimiles of matter, energy, space and time created by different beings can be based on different theories of relativity for different universes or dimensions. The common denominators can be broken down into: facsimiles, (+s) pushes, (-s) pulls, (+/-s) ridges which are a mix, or neutrals that aren’t involved except in a spectator mode, connections, and intentions."
Any FZers care to explain that?
Best explanation I've ever seen of the meter is here, and he does credit Tarchinoff and Jung (as well as Mathison). http://www.trans4mind.com/transformation/gsr.htm
Hehehe I get goose bumps when sweet nothings are whispered by far left types.
Here is their free GSR meter course, too
Don't worry, someone will upload it as a torrent. You'd still need the cans, though. Avast ye auditing scabs!
You need the hardware too. For example, you can download Ralph's C-meter software straight off his website free of charge, but it doesn't work without the hardware.
In case anyone missed them, I have a dozen or so C-meter videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/esmbdof, including underwater metering (really!).
Heey that's sweet I was on that account 5 months ago lol
Yeah, wasn't that when some of us were having that e-meter debate with AnonOrange?
I don't know if I'd call it a 'debate'
More like playing whack-a-mole with coked out cockroaches
So I guess this one is by Hank Levin?
Dulloldfart what kind of hardware does on need in order to download C-meter software? I have an old Thinkpad like in the picture.
going to go check out your youtube vids on this now.
Ol' Hank makes a good meter. So does Ralph, from reports I've heard. Both are a cut above what the Church offers, IMO. Although I heard Davies new Mark VIII is supposed to look almost as cool as a transparent toaster.
I had one of those transparent phones once. I've seen those transparent meters too in all the juicy colors. What were they thinking?
Yes. I have one of Nic Ford's Mindwalkers. I love it.
Depends on how old. Although generally hardware is not a problem. If your machine can run one of the supported operating systems it should be more than adequate to the task of running the meter.
Here's Hank's page.
Mark A. Baker
A Dell Thinkpad? :wink2:
Ralph says, "As the software is efficiently written in C++ it can run on older machines making it possible to use an inexpensive 233+ MHz laptop as a dedicated meter."
You still need to buy the C-meter box, of course.
It's a nice idea, but I would rather something like an osciliscope display instead of emulating a mechanical needle, and a second colored trace showing automatic tone arm adjustment.
Then you could have a text box underneath showing the current checklist you are running...