Laser light perturbation by directional signals

Zanoni, Michele (2008) Laser light perturbation by directional signals. Gravitation and Cosmology. (Submitted)

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Similar and coincidental signals at a particular frequency were recorded simultaneously from two or three optical sensors piloted by a laser diode at distances up to hundreds of kilometers. Some of the signal's forms repeat at approximately the same time over the course of a two to three day period. This paper presents and discusses the data collected during a long period of observation (from October 2005 to January 2008). Studying the symmetry of the time series plot, three particular directions of the incoming signals were identified: RA 15h 35m § 10m, RA 17h 22m § 40m and RA 23h § 40m. These three directions (if using only the RA coordinate) point respectively to the Great Attractor zone, to an area close to the center of the Galaxy and to the area opposite to the Virgo Cluster. In order to explain the observed phenomena a few hypotheses have been formulated and interpreted. It is remarkable that the directions detected in our experiment are in agreement with the estimates quoted in literature. A new possible mechanism explaining the laser light fluctuations was finally identified and a naive model based on this mechanism was developed in order to find out not only the AR coordinates of the sources but also their declinations. The results of this analysis confirm the quoted directions.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: This document is licenced under a Creative Commons licence
Subjects: 500 Scienze naturali e Matematica > 530 Fisica
500 Scienze naturali e Matematica > 530 Fisica > 530.8 Misure
Depositing User: Michele Zanoni
Date Deposited: 03 Mar 2009
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2017 14:56

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