Has anybody tried looking for caves using Microgravity?If this is to be believed:https://www.keele.ac.uk/geophysics/microgravity/typicalsurveys/cavesystem/#tabs-6then digging could be much better targeted to where there is definitely cave passage!Chris.
Perhaps someone can explain to me the difference between Microgravity and Resistivity.
Raspberry Pi pico, gravitymeter, GPS module and an SD card module - Bob's your uncle.
Quote from: RobinGriffiths on February 26, 2021, 02:16:35 pmRaspberry Pi pico, gravitymeter, GPS module and an SD card module - Bob's your uncle.Sounds very interesting! I would love to use one of these to see where the continuation of our passage is in Water Icicle. We've dug 20m(ish - can't recall exact distance) though a choke under a surface depression (30m depth). Would be interesting if something like this would confirm if we're going in the right direction or not!
That's what brought it back to my mind. WICC has got nice large passages in it from what I recall, so ought to be a good candate for a microgravity survey. Chris.
My thinking is that the frequency of a crystal oscillator has a dependency on G. Therefore you can measure the change in F as a function of G. But I've never seen an equation confirming that.
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