Session C: General Physics II
8:00 AM–10:15 AM, Saturday, April 1, 2006
Photonics Building Room: 205
Sponsoring Unit: NES
Chair: Karl Ludwig, Boston University
Abstract ID: BAPS.2006.NES.C.7
Abstract: C.00007 : Can Portable Technology Capture Subtle Phenomena, Related to Quakes, Hurricanes, Tornados, and Volcanoes, Culturally Reported in the Americas by an Equivalent of ``Kokopelli'' or \~Nari Huallac, i.e., the EMF?
9:30 AM–9:45 AM
(University of Massachusetts, Lowell)
Peruvians who produced the CD \~NARI HUALAC say this name of their home village represents two of their few original words, meaning ``serpent God.'' Arizona, hurricane, mullah, Molocket, Millinocket and Allagash of Maine, Allahpata, and Apalachicola of FL, and Allegheny of PA are some partial cognates for these ancient words. They are culturally detected aspects of the EMF, like Kokopelli, the ``hunchbacked, flute-playing, dancing around'' icon of our southwest. That aspect of `flutes' indicated by tinnitus, and its co-associated symptoms of Meuniere's syndrome, along with the sensation of `pins and needles', signify the rotation of secondary magnetic poles, stimulating nerve endings with their EMF that technology can detect, here and in Brazil. Can they fool us about some religious concepts?
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