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Offline Teotwaki

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Stephen P McGreevy interview
« on: October 25, 2016, 1719 UTC »
Stephen has installed a number of HF Beacons around the SoCal Deserts


Published on Jan 7, 2016

http://naturalvlfradio.com & http://auroralchorus.com - Stephen P. McGreevy presented at the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference. His work is closely related to Eric Dollard's seismic warning system technology. This video was taken at EPD Laboratories, Inc. on Dec 10, 2015.
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Re: Stephen P McGreevy interview
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2018, 1950 UTC »
Hi Jim... a long time in coming...I think we should meet in Inyo someday... I occasionally get cranky at thiongs but get over it, and so I wanna thank you for the great bcn loggings... u know where i live - hi-time to meet when you are next nearing to go to Cerro Gordo... 73 _ ML/MB )I auto-logged into my other alias in HFU... cool site!! -ML/MB

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Re: Stephen P McGreevy interview
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2018, 2010 UTC »
I knew I knew that name! How the Hell are you? It used to amaze me I could log those beacons running on milliwatts from 2400 miles away with a Sangean 909 and a 40 meter dipole. I think you guys were up around 8000 khz. in those days? That was a lot of fun.