To talk about specifics, spacegates also have impact on our environment,
which in case can be measured with Earth bound tools.
I have built a tool like this, which Greinacher figured out for something else back in 1913 (Greinacher Doubler, Quadrupler). However, I developed in addition an individual measuring method, with which by morning anyone can verify the spacegate phenomena if happened during the night.
Wiring (circuit) diagram of the space gate detector
This tool doesn’t contain batteries, accumulators and AC or DC adapters, it works by
deriving energy from space...
In order to measure the presence of a spacegate, in a way we have to study the phenomenon by itself, and/or its effects.
The occurrence of a spacegate triggers its most significant effects in its own environment, so we have to look for solutions right there.
With our current tools we can’t measure the space directly, but on the basis of certain characteristics we can try to model it.
For this, we can use the regularly present cosmic phenomena, like radio waves, electric charges, air masses with random electrostatic charges. The mapping and storing of this data can model our spatial environment.
When we already built the device, we must first install it to a fixed location,
where it will stay continuously for days, weeks and months.
So, it’s good to install it to a place where it doesn’t get in our way. The best to stretch the antenna right below the ceiling close to the wall. If, the building structure causes a shielded location of the antenna, change a different antenna location... (The final fixation is carried on after the test.)
When all this is done, we have to wait a couple of hours (it may vary by location) until the device is able to function.
Meanwhile, on the output we can see a steadily increasing value, which will stop after a while. In case we don’t have a high internal resistance measuring device, the hand held voltage meter will quickly drain the charge. Usually in Budapest, on average, 0.4 to 1.1 V voltage measured at the output, but this can vary significantly due to local spatial qualities.
The measurements should be done for several days, and always at the same time. So, if we want to know whether any special event has happened by night, then we must check the voltage level always in the early morning (around 5:00 to 6:00 hours), and after to short-cut the output, which will in turn delete the "memory. "(The system will restart automatically.)
We have to calculate the average from the several daily, weekly measurement results. In case this average is about to jump with a minimum 40%, then we can assume that in the night strange things had happened in the 3-10 meter vicinity of the device...
Like a stone thrown into water makes circular waves, similarly the spacegate can distort and tilt the surrounding space. The device will store this "space tilt" (gravity waves), which we can be later read out of it in the above mentioned way.
To enlarge it click on the image (pdf)
I can present the working of the system locally (Budapest, Hungary)