Using nonpolarizing electrodes and voltmeter with input impedance of 20 Gohm.
Why to do it?
Because, nobody did it before me. I just wanted to be the first one and I did it on 2007-May-06.
|Figure 1. Measuring points on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun|
What result to expect before conducting the experiment?
A general trend is that electrical voltage decreases with altitude. If the starting point was on the top and the ending point was on the bottom, the general trend would be uptrend.
|Figure 2. Electrical voltage of the soil on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun|
RESULT OF THE EXPERIMENT:
Electrical voltage of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun: -49 mV!
More than 95% of incoming electromagnetic radiation is of a plus polarity and will be more attracted where the voltage of the soil is the most negative. The result of -49 milivolts is a reason that is density of electromagnetic radiation is the strongest on the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
The general uptrend was confirmed with 18 out of 25 points (72%).
Downtrend from point 1 to point 5 was caused by high resistivity soil of the castle ruins.
The point 5 was probably the lower edge of castle ruins on the top of the pyramid.
Downtrend at the point 9 was caused by unknown subsurface geo-anomaly.
|Figure 3. Subsurface geo-anomalies on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun|
There is a strong subsurface geo-anomaly from the point 20 to the point 23.
It could be artificial (chamber, tunnel) or natural (cave, geological fault, landslide).
This geo-anomaly is a worth of excavacation.