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Guest, David Mason is a technologist and inventor known for his work at "Skinwalker Ranch"and the movie "A Tear in the Sky." to join us for a discussion on his recent invention that will assist in UFO/UAP detection and much more!
For the past 28 years, David has been a co-founder of an advanced electronic test equipment custom engineering and supply corporation.
He designed and built a vector impedance cathode ray oscilloscope that fits in the palm.
Spanning more than three decades he has designed electronic devices including commercial HAM radio equipment and prototypes in aerospace and government contracts.
In his spare time, he volunteers at Bellevue College providing technical maintenance, calibration, and operation of the astronomical observatory.
David owns all of the large array of research equipment and inventions that were used on his expedition in the movie \"A Tear in the Sky."
He also appeared in several episodes of "Skinwalker Ranch" using his re-engineered FLIR thermal cameras that provided differential FLIR
detection which resulted in newly discovered anomalies. His inventions also include a FLIR thermal camera that converts heat and cold temperatures into sound,
GEN-3 night vision goggles that convert light into sound, binoculars that convert light into sound, and a broad spectrum of modulated Lightwave
transmitters which include ultraviolet and longwave infrared.
While using scientific-grade FLIR thermal imaging cameras David has also recorded many UAP/UFOs which appear to defy our understanding of physics.
The unknown objects with strange shapes often passively measure very cold at -80F or -62C according to the FLIR NIST traceable measured calibrated temperature span.
The objects are also not visible using Military GEN 3+ night vision goggles or unaided eyes. The low temperatures of the unknown objects can't be explained as simple high-altitude crafts in a cold environment.
This is due to the trigonometry calculations based on the known FLIR camera field of view, the programmed emissivity, and the known cold temperature references at altitudes.
The trigonometry calculation results in some unknown objects having physical measurements as much as 2,200 feet or 670 meters in scale.
David continues to develop new inventions and technology focused on detecting phenomena outside the limits of commercially available equipment.
He recently recorded the modulated light from the coma and nucleus of Comet E3 ZTF and converted it to sound by using his refined photon-electron-multiplier technology.
His newly designed FLIR telescope Germanium lens system offers 100x LWIR-optical magnification enabling FLIR video of crater details on the moon with passive temperature measurement of the lunar surface.
He also owns more than a dozen scientific-grade FLIR thermal cameras that he uses in search of anomalous activity as well as an array of lab-standard RF spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes.
Guest, David Mason is a technologist and inventor known for his work at "Skinwalker Ranch"and the movie "A Tear in the Sky." to join us for a discussion on his recent invention that will assist in UFO/UAP detection and much more! For the past 28 years, David has been a co-founder of an advanced electronic test equipment custom engineering and supply corporation. He designed and built a vector impedance cathode ray oscilloscope that fits in the palm. Spanning more than three decades he has designed electronic devices including commercial HAM radio equipment and prototypes in aerospace and government contracts. In his spare time, he volunteers at Bellevue College providing technical maintenance, calibration, and operation of the astronomical observatory. David owns all of the large array of research equipment and inventions that were used on his expedition in the movie \"A Tear in the Sky." He also appeared in several episodes of "Skinwalker Ranch" using his re-engineered FLIR thermal cameras that provided differential FLIR detection which resulted in newly discovered anomalies. His inventions also include a FLIR thermal camera that converts heat and cold temperatures into sound, GEN-3 night vision goggles that convert light into sound, binoculars that convert light into sound, and a broad spectrum of modulated Lightwave transmitters which include ultraviolet and longwave infrared. While using scientific-grade FLIR thermal imaging cameras David has also recorded many UAP/UFOs which appear to defy our understanding of physics. The unknown objects with strange shapes often passively measure very cold at -80F or -62C according to the FLIR NIST traceable measured calibrated temperature span. The objects are also not visible using Military GEN 3+ night vision goggles or unaided eyes. The low temperatures of the unknown objects can't be explained as simple high-altitude crafts in a cold environment. This is due to the trigonometry calculations based on the known FLIR camera field of view, the programmed emissivity, and the known cold temperature references at altitudes. The trigonometry calculation results in some unknown objects having physical measurements as much as 2,200 feet or 670 meters in scale. David continues to develop new inventions and technology focused on detecting phenomena outside the limits of commercially available equipment. He recently recorded the modulated light from the coma and nucleus of Comet E3 ZTF and converted it to sound by using his refined photon-electron-multiplier technology. His newly designed FLIR telescope Germanium lens system offers 100x LWIR-optical magnification enabling FLIR video of crater details on the moon with passive temperature measurement of the lunar surface. He also owns more than a dozen scientific-grade FLIR thermal cameras that he uses in search of anomalous activity as well as an array of lab-standard RF spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes. read more read less

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