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Hi,

I am in the market for a 980nm 1w+ laser. I have been rolled by wicked lasers before and now I am on a mission to find a reputable dealer or private seller that can provide what I require without the frills and dare I say, without the bs usually associated with international sellers. I have read several reviews listed within this fine establishment and I would appreciate some advice on a suitable purchase.

I am a skywatcher and CE-5 initiate, the reasons for the invisible laser include safety concerns for human-controlled aircraft (+ law restrictions) in neighbouring areas but primarily for signalling extra-terrestrial intelligences so that CE-5 contact can be made, documented and presented to worldwide audiences.

I am going to need a beam that is strong enough to reach space. the signalling protocols will help determine genuine sightings from satellites and iridium flares etc. I figure if I can arrange a laser with a beam that reaches to the top of the earth I will also be able to estimate more accurately the distance between my group and the objects/crafts being observed through my high-end digital nv intensifier gear- which is sensitive up to around 1150-1250nm.

I had a browse through olike, jetlasers, warnlasers, dragonlasers and others and at the moment I am considering a warnlaser Magma-980 3W for $400.

I guess I am looking for assurance that warnlasers won't screw me- $400 for a THREE WATT 980nm laser seems almost miraculous to me considering the prices seen elsewhere exceed the 400 mark for sometimes less than 1 WATT! I mean I gave wicked 200 for a 95mw green e3 marked as 300mw some time ago...

What's the deal there? Would I really get 3watts worth in a quality product for this price?

Also, can you tell me whether the beam range is dependant, or influenced substantially, by the nm wavelength/colour? In other words will a 2w green laser produce a longer stronger beam than a 2w 808 or 980nm laser?

Thank you so much,

Dave
 

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firstly your going to find a hard time finding an infrared laser that reaches space since they have absolutely terrible divergence, another member here said that 'there more comparable to a flashlight'

why do you need an infrared laser that reaches space?

does it need to be in a handheld setup? your never going to get a stable 2+ watt of green in a handheld although many handhelds (jetlasers for example) are stable at around 800mw,

why do you require it to be Infrared? a quality green laser will have much better beam specs and divergence over IR and thus will more likely go much further
 

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Et reactions to signalling communications with invisible beams suggests a level of intelligence above our own. There is enough evidence so far to suggest that et visitors can perceive the entire electromagnetic spectrum. This along with the fact that I don't want to attract any kind of law enforcement or sos emergency services while our crew is in the middle of deep remote-view meditations and visualisation sessions, adds to the reasons why ir is desired.

I have never heard that ir beams are weak like flashlights, thanks for the tip, I will have to look into this further before making a decision.

Cheers
 

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Also, I will need to be sure the laser has sufficient range before planning for a 600km trip where communications is the goal. If it reaches space I can be sure to have ample coverage of the skies at any angle. Sry should have included this above but my handset is playing up
 
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Well, this has got to be one of the more ridiculous threads I've had to good fortune to come across on this forum.

"There is enough evidence so far to suggest that et visitors can perceive the entire electromagnetic spectrum."

Exactly what kind of "evidence" do you have to suggest anything about "ET visitors" vision?

What the hell makes you think that extraterrestrial species, should the even have interest in this particular ant hill, would have any interest whatsoever in some guy, using decades old technology?

We pump high powered lasers, of various wavelengths, into the atmosphere and space all the time. We pump microwaves, radar, UHF, and VHF frequencies...literally thousands of different frequencies, all out into deep space. Those do not seem to have attracted any attention from aliens. Why would they have any interest in your cute little 3W IR laser?

And, while we are on the subject. Exactly what kind of equipment do you plan on using "to estimate more accurately the distance between my group and the objects/crafts being observed through my high-end digital nv intensifier gear- which is sensitive up to around 1150-1250nm"

There is just too much wrong with this thread...it's giving me a headache.

Or maybe my headache is caused by
 

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Just wow. Who the hell do you think your talking to son. The one living with decades old technology is you. Learn something so your brain can get up to date. The way you have approached this is testament to your level of maturity. I do not possess knowledge of everything but I can tell you with confidence that I've learned a few things in my time including how to turn off the tv and I'm quite certain I know more than you. The knowledge you possess about consciousness and energy, and how your BRAIN is capable as a decoder of frequency is lacking heavily. Maybe you should speak to George before assuming you know enough about me to approach me like a rude red headed punk.

Keep buying lasers so you can look cool burning holes into stuff. Where did you get that idea from son, star wars? Lmfao. Go back to sleep.

A smart person would have just asked what I do for a living.

That would have enabled me to share some things with you that you won't hear on any puppet tv show.

Good day.
 

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Easy there, SBA is quite reputable, no need to throw insults around.

3W IR laser for $400, if it's well made, is good deal, if you need that wavelenght. 900+nm lasers are quite rare because of obvious reasons - we like pretty beams, but these make none.

Anyway, if you do manage to get in contact with extra terrestials, send 'em my way, I'm dying to ask a whole lot of questions.
 
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Oh, that's rich!

So, as you lack any evidence of any kind, are trying to communicate with aliens with weak tech, and have absolutely nothing to show for it, you jump right to attacking me, personally.

This is the surest sign of intellectual dishonesty and immaturity. You are lashing out because you have nothing else to bring to the table.

If you were capable of anything more, you'd have noticed that I attacked your theory and premise. Not you, personally.

But, since you think that all I do is go around, burning things, keep at it. I don't know what you're more ignorant about; Lasers, actual science, or the members here.

This is most amusing, indeed. I cannot wait to see you on the news, as our new ambassador to the Martians! All hail our IR laser overlord!

Oh, I am going to chuckle about this for some time. Every time somebody asks me about lasers and what can be done with them, I am going to laud the "Tale of the great Dave: Communicator to the stars!"

But, keep thinking you know anything. We'll be talking about this at the MENSA meetings for some time.
 

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@SBA, im assuming you meant to neg-rep him when all you did was pos-rep him :crackup: so many people have made that mistake ;)

to the op, let us know what your findings are, im interested to know how this turns out
 
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Yes, I accidently pos-repped OP..big deal. Let him have it. It's the only positive thing he's going to get out of this thread.

It's not that I think the OP is an idiot. I just think his entire premise is horribly flawed.

Let's assume that aliens do exist. Let's assume those aliens would even care to communicate with a species as immature and self-destructive as ours. Now, let us assume that these aliens are even monitoring EM transmissions, emanating from our planet.

For what possible reason, with thousands of transmissions, leaving the planet, and the aliens heretofore ignoring us, would they have any interest whatsoever in a tiny, weak IR signal from a handheld from some neck-bearding, basement-borne troglodyte?

Really, this is a serious question...give me one, just one single reason, for them to communicate with Dave.
 
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"Tale of the great Dave: Communicator to the stars!"

Hey SBA,

Which stars are involved in this? :tinfoil: I'm thinking possibly Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Kirstie Ally and (of course) Shirley MacLaine.

As pre-ascended entities, these four are the IDEAL conduits for our communication with those occupying the eighth astral plane......... :whistle:


Yeah, I know.....But, I just HAD to. :crackup::eg::crackup:
 

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Trying to communicate with space aliens is probably a waste of time. If they are advanced enough to see us they have probably taken one glance at our planet and seen our behavior and decided to ignore us. Or at worst they could come to destroy us to make sure our destructive ways don't spread across the galaxy. Probably best to maintain radio silence until we are advanced enough to put up some kind of fight or at least be able to flee to another planet.
 

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I am a skywatcher and CE-5 initiate, the reasons for the invisible laser include safety concerns for human-controlled aircraft (+ law restrictions) in neighbouring areas but primarily for signalling extra-terrestrial intelligences so that CE-5 contact can be made, documented and presented to worldwide audiences.
This concerns me very deeply. Just because they can't see it and can't prove you had a laser doesn't mean you can go waving it around and hitting airplanes. An IR laser will still blind them.

You have proven yourself to be a crazy, alien chasing, ignorant person here. I certainly do not want you to have access to any high power invisible lasers.

Also you shouldn't be such an asshole. Nobody is going like you or make you a laser if you go around being rude and insulting people like that.
 

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I am a minnow in the pool of knowledge, so I keep an open mind to things I don't have experience of or understand.....BUT, I'm having a real hard time to not to LOL at post #1

Good luck finding aliens, I hope they don't think you're trying to shoot their flying saucer down or if you do meet up with them, they don't 'probe' you in a disrespectful way ;-)
 
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Well this was an interesting read.

Dave1 since no one has asked yet, just what do you do for a living? :beer:
 
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