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Every time I see an update to this thread from BTH, I get excited that it's going to be another 24" subwoofer build, or the other Hertzhorn build or another random subwoofer build.
As I've told everyone repeatedly, that's because of my job!
My primary residence and place of work, aren't near each other...
There is nothing I can do (except quit I suppose...)

There won't be ANY subwoofer builds until SPRING (at the earliest),
as that is the only time I will get timeoff while within in the remaining warm weather. (I don't have a woodshop, I have to work outside.)

I might be able to finish the Atmos height boxes near Christmas/New Years, but that's about it as far as WOODWORKING goes. (Done at a million degrees below zero by then.)

The remaining 9 months will be nothing but ELECTRONICS purchases and their CONFIGURATION (because that's ALL that i can DO...)

Electronics are kinda-of important too ya know... They make all the "things" connect together and function optimally. (That and I'm just a power-obsessed OCD control-freak, and so I find such gear naturally-attractive. hehe! )

and on that note...
I was able to get the firmware fully updated, and a DDNS service established with no-ip, and it's publicly accessible.



I tried to get the IPSEC tunnel working, but it was a no go. I ran out of time and had to go to bed.


The FW updates were kind of a pain. I had to learn the hard way that 1.2.0 can only go to 1.8.5, and then 2.0.6, it's not a direct jump; and due to limited space you have to manually clean the onboard flash drive after each update! But I got it done, none the less...


and just now, it is powering up the nightvision.

It has enough juice to handle 4, although that's not its primary task...

I think I'll just pause here, and relax until the weekend. Revisit the IPSEC tunnel at that point.
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I bought 100 clip-on RFI/EMI filters this morning, should be here tomorrow.

I'll be clipping these onto every single hot conductor in the service panels of my house.
I might even go so far as to put one on every wallsocket too, so that both sides are shielded and have double the attenuation.

This has several added benefits.
1) It's dirt cheap and quick and easy to do (anyone can do it.)
2) It helps reduce the effects of lightning and EMP, without contaminating the other conductors or raising their ground potential (very important).
3) Increases the effectiveness of whole-house suppressors by forcing the transients through the path of least resistance (the path the whole-house suppressor opens up.)

I think I'll be running a dedicated ground conductor just for the whole-house unit, it should be made of large-diameter copper tubing (because of skin effect) with a 0awg copper grounding wire running inside of it, attached to both ends of the pipe (for low frequency, high-current flow, and to prevent air-corrosion) and also attached to the existing house-ground outside of the building just before it enters the dirt.

This minimizes the contamination of house-ground compared to a typical installation, while also providing MAXIMUM shielding effectiveness. WIN-WIN
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They arrived.
Looks like someone doesn't know how to count as there is 101 there.

Their loss my gain!

I figure these are particularly important for the high-current 240V appliances like dryers and ovens that can't easily be added to a regular type-3 protector.
This is just another layer of protection. I figure the-more the-better...

What you want to do is use the smallest ones that fit the wire, or just big enough for a single loop.
Each doubling of loops adds 4x the attenuation supposedly, but that also flattens their bandwidth (no free-lunch I guess.)
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I think I'll be running a dedicated ground conductor just for the whole-house unit, it should be made of large-diameter copper tubing (because of skin effect) with a 0awg copper grounding wire running inside of it, attached to both ends of the pipe (for low frequency, high-current flow, and to prevent air-corrosion) and also attached to the existing house-ground outside of the building just before it enters the dirt.
Your breaker panel should already have grounds running to earth and each water/sewer/gas (if metallic vs pvc). My electrician installed a new ground wire (6 or 8 ga) when I had my panel replaced. He said the earth ground wasn't all that effective and would be limited to maybe accept ~10amps, so even 8 ga wire was larger than practically necessary. If you run the 0awg to ground, will you also be running 0awg to wherever you expect lightning to hit your house (roof)?

Wondering if your magnets could stop my LED ceiling can lights from flickering when my washing machine is running; I may have to buy and try.
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If you run the 0awg to ground, will you also be running 0awg to wherever you expect lightning to hit your house (roof)?
No, it is dedicated just for whole-house surge protection.
The case is non-local lightning surges, and EMP, and internal SMPS noise.
It won't stop a million volts x a million amps, direct strike.

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Wondering if your magnets could stop my LED ceiling can lights from flickering when my washing machine is running; I may have to buy and try.
They probably won't, that is likely a brownout at 60hz (i.e. low frequency), not HF.
These aren't magnets, and they don't stop low frequencies, only high frequencies.

I got panel 1 of 4 done.
There was no room to loop anything, is what it is...


The other 3 are at home, so that will have to wait until Christmas.
I'll need to buy more of these as I already used up most of them.
At least now I know what sizes I need...

Factoring insulation, 15A requires 3-4mm, 20A is 5-7mm, 30A is 7-9mm and 40A is 10-13mm. Give or take...

So I'm gonna need at least 8 25mm's (or something like that), plus a boat load more of the medium-sized ones.
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Keep your head up.
They really love to play this game.
(But for realz, not pretendland.)

How is the weather treating you? (As per this, it will get worse... not better.)



Q... Who is Steve Jackson 1995?
All predicted 24 years in advance...

Gonna be a rough ride. Such is life I guess...
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So I got all the VPN tunnels up.

The key here is, for residential internet (like mine) to use a local IP of any,
and ensure the local subnet has a routable endpoint, and that the subnets and ip's match on both sides of the tunnel
and then it will work.
If you are nat'ed, then one or both devices will need to use an external IP of 0.0.0.0 and port forwarding or address forwarding, or dmz.
You may or may not have success with ddns.

In my case, I don't have nat, but I do have a dynamic ip; and dhcp is enabled on the local interface/subnet to make it plug-n-play.




I have one more tunnel to add, a connection back to my home theater from here.
Then I'll be able to control the system as if I was physically at home.
For extra security add MAC filtering and add firewall rules.
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More electronics from China are on the way, and not networking or computer stuff either...
But since it doesn't go boom, I'm 100% sure you'll find it super boring...
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More electronics from China are on the way
My guess is a truckload full of batteries to allow complete disconnect from the plebian power grid while the HT is playing? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ASCTJNO
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My guess is a truckload full of batteries to allow complete disconnect from the plebian power grid while the HT is playing?
Well, as long as Little Missile Boy has his itchy trigger finger on the EMP button and stays in power, then yeah the grid can no longer be depended on at-all.

If your VERY survival or even life-comfort level is solely dependent on the grid being up, to cook and clean and see and communicate. Then being without long-term sustainable emergency power is ungood, now isn't it? You are literally placing your life in other peoples hands, willingly...

You do what you gotta do.
and I'll do what I gotta do.


While everyone else was fully sleep and/or thought I was totally crazy, I predicted that Texas flood a full week in advance. Didn't I?
How many even saw it coming at-all? Obviously many were caught with their pants down. They weren't paying attention!


What's next short-term you ask?
Get ready for the annual christmas government shutdown, that they will now enjoy legally-torturing us with... Also devaluation and inflation.

They must have OCD or something because "they" never deviate from these cards...

Ya know, this is a very interesting location to pick for an airport... out of all possible locations. It just HAD to be THAT spot!

Someone CLEARLY knows their sacred-geometry very well. (That's all I'll say...)
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It's in Anchorage, which means it should be here tomorrow!


Not that I'll be able to use it... yet.
But I should be able to perform some basic checks with my voltmeter at least.
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She's a big girl. ~24"x9"x8" ~60lbs. ~18kW burst, ~6kW RMS. 240V split-phase


















Remote console with Cat5, and external thermal sensor.
Floating isolated neutral. Dedicated ground, unshared with negative.
Part of my "nuclear power plant in the backyard" initiative.

It will power my rack:
Projector, sound processor, HTPC, DSP-PC, bluray, Motu's, UPS's, SurgeX's, networking, TV (and hopefully all of the lighting too!)

Basically: The whole room. Everything except the FP's, of course...
This brings me from 200A to 250A, and requires a 2nd subpanel to be installed.
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I wanted to avoid having to add a 3rd panel later so i opted for a second 32 space panel. The guy at menards thought i was nuts seeing as i only needed 7 more circuits for the addition. But we have to think ahead and code is the minimum. I really want to tear out the existing panel and re do the whole thing as the dumbass that did it did a super sloppy job and used a beat up scrap of plywood that was barely big enough and is cut off at a weird angle. Oh well I guess it works for now.
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My HT is now 7 years old (pre-Atmos era), I want to gut all the electrical in it and start over.

Moving forward I want all of the wires running in metal conduit for the purposes of EMP shielding.
I have roughly ~1 mile of copper in my HT, and 0% of it is shielded (to even the most basic degree...)

If a pulse hit it, my entire system would be a goner. (As would most of the continent...)
That just simply isn't good-enough.

I want it shielded, which is gonna require gutting the rack room down to the insulation, and using metal conduit for all the electrical and speaker wires in the columns (at least to the wall terminals.)

That will reduce my attack surface from 1 mile, down to 10ft exposed runs.
I've already upgraded all of my HDMI wires to optical HDMI, and a wireless air-gapped network.

Ideally I want the rack room to be triple shielded, because I know for a FACT that I won't be able to achieve a perfect gapless seal to MIL standards.

In front of the insulation I'd apply a layer of aluminium foil, then re-apply the greenglued drywall.
Then the drywall will be painted with RF absorbing paint. Comparable to stealth paint.

The third optional layer would be stainless steel mesh around the rack itself, this allows the electronics to exhaust heat while adding an additional layer of shielding.

The Motu's, Ubiquity's and FP's already have pretty good RF shielding from their own chassis design, and my computers are made from 3mm thick solid-aluminium on all 6 sides already. It all helps.

I will also be placing my solar panels inside stainless steel mesh, so long as they don't lose too much efficiency from the shading...

I will also be adding ferrite chokes on every solar panel conductor both at the panel, just prior to the shielded room, and within the shielded room, snap-on's and/or 3" solid rings.
Additionally, all conductors will have grounded DC and AC "whole-house" style SPD's.

This is in addition to the A-1-1 SurgeX's and UPS's and ESD network surge protection that is already in place.

Further more, that inverter is also an isolation transformer, so it is galvanically isolated.

Once I pull all that off, I should have one of the best EMP-resistant & surge-resistant rack spaces owned by a residential civilian...
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That said, it isn't a very good isolation transformer because only the enamel and a layer of nomex separates the primary and secondary. That's not really its wheel house, but I'll take whatever it can provide.


I finally got around to opening the ATS.
It has 60A relays. One for conductor 1 and another for conductor 2, so both are switched.

Grid power is default if the ATS de-energizes (NC).
Inverter-mode uses the battery system to keep the memory and relays energized.

The only problem I see with this design is if one of the relays fail you'd end up frying the inverter, this is only applicable for 240V inverters and grid wiring (which is my case...)
Unless it has some sort of current-sensing protection built in. (I wouldn't count on it.)
Hmm....

On a 120V system there would be either no voltage or no current-return path for electrons to flow, L to L never touches in that case, so no risk there.





Lightning would have to hit the DC side to toast the chip (or arch through insulation or spark gap to DC-ground.)
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Bought another 100 EMI rings, hopefully that is enough...

Should be here tomorrow. I love the "free" amazon next-day shipping!

I don't have a wife or kids, nor smoke or drink, so for me... every 2nd friday is like Christmas morning.
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As I told you weeks ago.
Hopefully enough people are awake that they no longer have the balls to go through with it (? )

You need to have a full tank of gas tonight. NOW

Don't let the blender-smoke touch your skin or lungs.
windy.com
radiationnetwork.com
Watch the wind and rad maps and news for the next few days.
Be on High Alert.
Be ready to leave your home at a moments notice.
Stay away from city centers.
Don't go outside.

Atomic Nov 3rd 2019 (A 113 - 311)
Sept 11 (119)

They have even been rubbing it directly in your FACE for years...









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More HF shielding has arrived. I counted them and all 100 are there. Plus what I haven't used up from the last run.

I felt like I had enough "spares" that I put a few of them on some USB cables and power cables I have for my computer here.

Like 1hz bass, you can never have too much HF shielding, only not-enough... (and then it's far too late! )



Anyhow, hopefully tomorrow is uneventful and boring...
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Very evil. While the sheep were asleep. They fumed the entire pacific north west about 18 hours before all the kids went outside for Halloweening.

Did you notice it?
I did...

Here is the time lapse satellite imagery of it: I can't make it any more clear or obvious than this...

^^^natural

^^^not natural

The only question remaining at this point is:
What was it in?
[the answer: Nothing good!]

They are trying to give everyone more cancer or alzheimers [or something.]
I'd say there is roughly what? ~5 million people living in this area. An entire future-generation. All sprayed.

Additionally, all of this falls onto the ground and goes into the food and water as well.
(They will get you one way or another...)
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Very evil. While the sheep were asleep. They fumed the entire pacific north west about 18 hours before all the kids went outside for Halloweening.

Did you notice it?
I did...

Here is the time lapse satellite imagery of it: I can't make it any more clear or obvious than this...

^^^natural

^^^not natural

The only question remaining at this point is:
What was it in?
[the answer: Nothing good!]

They are trying to give everyone more cancer or alzheimers [or something.]

Additionally, all of this falls onto the ground and goes into the food and water as well.
(They will get you one way or another...)

Do you have more disdain towards the "They" who are doing this, or the "Sheep" who are being victimized? It's kind of hard to tell.

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What is their preferred method of fume deployment?
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What is their preferred method of fume deployment?
Chem-trails from planes originating from area 51 is my guess.
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Here is the abstract wiring-diagram for my solar system:

(All equipment will be housed in metal boxes and grounded.)



I want to make sure I have this thing correct...

Any certified electricians see any issues with it?
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Well, as long as Little Missile Boy has his itchy trigger finger on the EMP button and stays in power, then yeah the grid can no longer be depended on at-all.

If your VERY survival or even life-comfort level is solely dependent on the grid being up, to cook and clean and see and communicate. Then being without long-term sustainable emergency power is ungood, now isn't it? You are literally placing your life in other peoples hands, willingly...

You do what you gotta do.
and I'll do what I gotta do.


While everyone else was fully sleep and/or thought I was totally crazy, I predicted that Texas flood a full week in advance. Didn't I?
How many even saw it coming at-all? Obviously many were caught with their pants down. They weren't paying attention!


What's next short-term you ask?
Get ready for the annual christmas government shutdown, that they will now enjoy legally-torturing us with... Also devaluation and inflation.

They must have OCD or something because "they" never deviate from these cards...

Ya know, this is a very interesting location to pick for an airport... out of all possible locations. It just HAD to be THAT spot!

Someone CLEARLY knows their sacred-geometry very well. (That's all I'll say...)
It's funny I didn't know anyone actually played or even KNEW about that CCG anymore lol.
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In case you find any of this information useful...

I performed an upgrade from SQL 2017 Ent CU17 to 2019 Ent RTM. It's a 3 node HA cluster running Windows 2019 DC.

Reboots weren't even required but I did them anyway. Total down time was about 30 seconds, basically the time it takes to perform the primary failover to one of the upgraded secondaries for a few dozen databases.

This is the full edition, not the core or dev edition.

You are staring at about $250,000 worth of software.
(But since it is dev it is free, for valid license holders.)

I also upgraded Azure DevOps 2019 U1 from 2017 to 2019, without issues.

No errors, it all works!
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Now they are spraying just off the coast of Cali and inland Washington.
Looks like two different mixtures now.

It's so bad... that you can see it all the way from the moon!
You don't even need to zoom in!!!

That snap was taken this morning. It is spreading...

Probably some heavy metals, lead, mercury, aids. Who knows!

They've actually be doing this every other week for the last ~15 years or so.
I've been tracking them this whole time! I just never told anyone else about it. (Until now.)
Maybe you knew too, maybe you didn't. (You do now!)
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Not like California can get any worse anyway, right? Lol
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Humans need the Earth. The Earth doesn't need humans.

The human race doubles every what? 10 years?
I don't think we'll learn to keep our things in our pants, anytime soon.
Therefore, if we keep doubling, eventually there won't be enough food, water or air left for those that are still alive.

But as mentioned the earth doesn't care, it will just clamp down on us.
Comparable to pouring syrup into an operating engine. Only so much can go in, before the magic-smoke comes out.

If you ask me, "they" and "them"... all need to stop breathing my air!
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Now they are spraying just off the coast of Cali and inland Washington.
Looks like two different mixtures now.

It's so bad... that you can see it all the way from the moon!
You don't even need to zoom in!!!

That snap was taken this morning. It is spreading...

Probably some heavy metals, lead, mercury, aids. Who knows!

They've actually be doing this every other week for the last ~15 years or so.
I've been tracking them this whole time! I just never told anyone else about it. (Until now.)
Maybe you knew too, maybe you didn't. (You do now!)
The best kept secret ever. Even nsa secret documents were leaked. Now you are saying that millions of people are working on this scheme and no one ever leaked a single thing?
Those "chem trails" coming out of airplanes would required to be refilled considering the distance they are covering. That would mean a lot of chemicals to do such big trails. That couldn't be unseen by the workers on planes.
I'm talking about the service technician
The manager of those technician
The boss of those managers
The employee on the tarmac at each airport
The manager of those employees
Etc...

I'm talking about 100 000 person at least in the USA only. And none of them would have been intelligent enough to see the equipment required to drop that enormous amount of whatever you claim it is. But there have to be persons who knows. How else could this maintain? Repaired? Installed?

And all of those people wouldn't care? Wouldn't care that they are working to make planes drop chemicals on their head? On their on kids, families? People can't keep secret.
This doesn't hold.


With all the respect I owe you for your contribution to this forum, I won't comment further on this. But I respectfully disagree with you.

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The best kept secret ever. Now you are saying that millions of people are working on this scheme and no one ever leaked a single thing?
You obviously don't know how compartmentalization works, so let's play a game:

Pretend for a moment you are say, the pilot. A good-guy.
and pretend I am a nefarious Roth or 0.000001%er.

I build a normal private airstrip and buy a normal 747 and hire you to fly it.
I call up my buddy from Shell and tell him I need a large fuel depot on my strip.
I tell the Shell guy to fill it to 90% full (or whatever.)
I top the rest off with liquid X that night.

I tell you to fly a particular flight path that is cleared with the FAA, like any other private flight thingy, stopping back there only to refuel until you get tired of doing it. (I may even have multiple planes and pilots and shifts.)
You just think I'm a rich person with money to burn.

Meanwhile I get what I want, and the other 8 billion people are clueless.

That's just one example. I could come up with several more...

It's basically they same sort of thing that they did when making the SR-71. They bought the skin of it from the Russians, and then turned around and used the plane to spy on the Russians, and they didn't find out until some 30 years later, and only because they allowed it to be known.

Same with the first atom bomb, the factory workers had zero clue why they were refining uranium or what it would be used for. The people drilling the hole, only needs to know the depth and the diameter, they don't get to know what is going down the hole and why or when.

They don't get to know, because they don't need-to-know.

That's how compartmentalization works. (and it works very well indeed!)

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