D. Edward Mitchell 16:00, 14 April 2020 (UTC) Hello World! groupKOS Developer Share —usually UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Project Talk —Smith Binding Force Meter
Binding Force Meter notes in discovery and edit
- Smith's spoken description of alien information describing the Binding Force Meter —https://youtu.be/JfEHeWJPUGU?t=1734
Wilbert's comparative strain meter produced a micro-motion on the axis of a tensioning-line that wrapped a shaft of an indicator needle spanning an index.
The binding force meter, or UFO Detector, as was Smith's actual use for the device, may be replaced in this millenium with a digital strain gauge. The gauge would merely log for review a history of periodic readings of a strain gauge.
The strain-gauge and an Arduino microprocessor are sufficient to get a data stream of strain readings to a PC for logging, plotting, and what not.
Builders and Makers!
Hold up your hand if you would like to join up for early-talk on group-design of a Smith UFO Detector IoT network that could potentially map close encounters.
How do we build the network?
Who do we need to design it? How do we look into the network data to find anomalies?
According to Wilbert Smith's instructions from aliens, transposed by developer truely to new millenial tech, the digital strain-gauge would log a passing UFO if UFO-s these days still leave dimples in the flatness of space-timing. Moreover, these gauges found regional variations, such as a variation in the strain-gauge from inside to outside of Toronto.
This UFO detection approach may work —provided the sensitivity of an inexpensive strain-gauge would compare to the sensitivity of length-variation of nylon in tensile strain, as Smith used.