today is the last of the 7 days in measurement.
First the data of today.
Air pressure 995 hPa
The satellite loop you can find under
Today the electroscope was 24 minutes, the Eo 1 hour 10 minutes.
Yesterday the electroscope was 16.5 minutes, the Eo was 47 minutes
Today 3 x minus, one time more then yesterday, but the quotient of the
Eo/E was better.
Before the snow was coming the thermometer was turning to minus as Reich
has described also.
Now the snow is gone.
Thank you Doug for your explanation of today. But again, it is a pity that
you don`t have post your data in numbers like Hajo and me have done and
also it is a pity that you don`t have post it with us together on the OML.
So for me it was too difficult to follow your data and not possible to
The 7 days are over. Thank you for everyone who has join this to follow, to
give commentaries, or has post data.
Specially thanks to Hans Jörg Scheibe from Germany. Also special thanks to
Beate Freihold, who has support me in data reading and mailing work.
I think we both will discuss more about the results in our own language on
the german DOS_OML. And then later I will post a short statement here.
This was the second try to wake up the interest to post orgone data on the
net, and I hope in future more people will join such a project.
Also I hope we come to an approach of comparing data numbers, which are
easy to understand for everyone.
For this a +0,1 or -0,1 in connection with hours and conditions is enough.
And this on one list.
As before we have a data page of orgone data , beginning 1995, which is
consecutive until now.
All data which are not there now, will come next time.
This list with numbers and graphics of data will be continue.
best regards to all
PS: During we have written this letter, Hajos mail was coming in.
As the day before the data were similar to ours.
I`m very glad about the activity of Hajo and the information what he had
given for everybody to handle easy measurements of orgone data.
I`m looking forward to his homepage and his work has inspire me very much.
So we are a step further of international orgone reading.
Also I`m happy that Hajo will post more data on the DOS-OML.
For everybody who is interested in this can join DOS_OML