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Aleksandra Andreevna Glagoleva Arkad’eva

Aleksandra Andreevna Glagoleva Arkad’eva (1884-1945)

Soviet physicist.

“Upon graduating from the physics and mathematics department of the Moscow Advanced Courses for Women in 1910, she began working there. From 1914 to 1918 she worked in the X-ray department of a military hospital. From 1918 she was at Moscow University, becoming a professor both at the university and at the Second Moscow Medical Institute in 1930. In 1916, Glagoleva-Arkad’eva constructed an instrument for measuring the depths of bullets and shell fragments in wounds–the X-ray stereometer. In 1922 she constructed a new source of electromagnetic waves, the so-called mass radiator, a vessel with aluminum filings suspended in a viscous oil. The filings, being moving hertz oscillators, radiate electromagnetic waves when electric sparks are passed through them. Because of the small dimensions of the oscillators, Glagoleva-Arkad’eva was able to obtain (in 1923) wavelengths of 5 cm to 82 μm, filling a gap in the scale of electromagnetic waves between the spectra of infrared and radio waves.”



2 responses

  1. Interesting!, Tesla created a simular device in 1886 to act as an EMF reciever of energy spikes from lighting when he was doing his Pikes Peak experiment for energy broadcast. the filings filled container was hooked to a galvanometer to give an analog spike to the meter reading during the lightning strike. An electronic test meter before there was electronics. I believe this was also a part of his remote control of devices. pg

    April 10, 2012 at 8:12 pm

  2. Incredible, although not surprising if Tesla used these filings for gathering and broadcasting signals. I wonder if they ever knew eachother.

    I have a hunch that this ability of the filings to become oscillators may be why Rossi’s device has such stable and dependable fusion reaction. Also, microscopic crystals are found in biologic systems often, even for creatures not known for navigating using the earth’s magnetic field. So I think nature is already using these little antennae.

    April 10, 2012 at 8:27 pm

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