BUILD YOUR OWN UFO BINO-SCOPE UNIT
DIFFERENT TYPES OF UNIT YOU
Here we present two variations on this project and also a
look at the 'Marfa Lights'.
schematic on the left depicts a Current-to-Voltage converter
circuit with a photodiode: if a 10 microamp signal comes
from the photodiode, then a 2.2v signal will appear at
the opamp output pin. The input is DC coupled for good
powered mine ours with a single 9V battery. Batt (-) goes
to gnd and to pin-4, while batt (+) goes to pin-6 and
to the (+) points on the schematic. The output signal
will ride on 4.5VDC, so you might need to put a capacitor
in series with the output to block the DC from your audio
amplifier (my audio amp already had an internal capacitor
in series with its input.) Either that, or use two 9V
batteries wires as a standard Op-amp bipolar supply, and
ground the (+) input pin of the op amp directly to the
batteries' common connection.
ALTERNATING CURRENT -
If you build this "UFO Scope," definitely make
a point to use it quite a bit before going hunting for "craft."
You want to become familiar with the sounds of all conventional
light sources, including lamps, headlights, aircraft, fires,
and if you manage to crank the gain high enough, the twinkle
patterns of various stars. That way you'll be able to point
the device at the local version of "Marfa Lights"
and either say "yeah, sure, it's just headlights,"
or possibly "holy $#!%!, the aliens modulate their ship-lights
for voice communications!"
The Marfa lights are visible every clear night between
Marfa and Paisano Pass in northeastern Presidio County,TX.
At times they appear colored as they twinkle in the distance.
They move about, split apart, melt together, disappear,
and reappear. Presidio County residents have watched the
lights for over a hundred years. Many explanations for
the lights have been offered, ranging from an electrostatic
discharge, swamp gas, to Alien Visitors.
- ADVICE AND TIPS ON HOW TO USE YOUR NEW UFO-SCOPE
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