I agree, no one seems to have figured how how it's supposed to work yet. It might even be that we have misinterpreted the original transcripts entirely.I think we need to consult the C's for clarification at this point, though I have my suspicions. (As I've said before, I suspect silk might perform well with 5G, but I won't know until I get a chance to test it. I don't have the right kind of meter, and nobody is broadcasting 5G around here yet.)
Anyway, I'm serious about asking the C's about this. I think it might be an important clue, and I've taken my due diligence as far as I can. Though, if I think of more angles of approach, I'll follow up on those as well. Any networked insights would also be welcome! (Running to the C's is kind of like running to the recess lady instead of solving things on our own. I don't like to consider it until means within conventional human reach have been exhausted.)
Of note, silk is apparently birefringent; it rotates the polarization of light that passes through it. My most recent post here mentions that and some other interesting things. Did you ever see this thread?
One way to test if there is any ELF blocking is to wrap an electrometer in silk and see if it responds to a charged object. I am pretty sure that this test would show no effect (although I haven’t done it, to be fair). But if it is negative, that in my mind doesn’t preclude that silk has a...
I thought they were already asked about it but I couldn't find the session.I agree about solving things on our own, but also asking the C's if the Q-Link really does something positive could save people from wasting their money! Perhaps it is a case of may help some but not others, or is a placebo effect.