How a Deer?s Sixth Sense Can Be Beat with HECS? Clothing
Hunters focus much of their time on concealment and scent control. Whether it be using the latest camo pattern from Realtree? or utilizing the full line of Scent Slammer? products, hunters go to great lengths to avoid detection. HECS? clothing is that missing piece needed to get you closer.
Going undetected afield is not an easy task. It is so difficult that we spend most of our effort in hunting trying to achieve complete concealment. If you hunt long enough, you will certainly get busted without explanation. We chalk it up to a deer?s sixth sense but what is really behind these unexplained missed opportunities?
What is a Deer?s Sixth Sense?
Every animal emits an electrical energy signal. Deer and most animals for that matter can detect this electromagnetic energy. According to study from Hynek Burda in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (http://www.pnas.org/content/105/36/13451.full.pdf?sid=07d86620-89ef-4d42-a63e-c52cbe17d873), there is compelling evidence that large mammals can not only sense electromagnetic energy but respond to it. This can be termed an animal?s sixth sense. An animal?s ability to sense electrical signals hunters give off is no different than their ability to see or smell you.
Understanding Electrical Energy in Animals
It is indisputable that living organisms emit an electromagnetic field (EMF). It appears that animals have the ability to sense the EMF emitted by other animals based on research from Theodore Netter (http://www.hecsllc.com/downloads/research-EMF-Blocking-TheodoreWNetter.pdf). In fact, they might be able to sense them in great detail, according to his research referenced. Humans are no exception. Humans emit electrical energy signals that other animals, including game animals, can sense.
Animals sense and use electrical energy many different ways. The most recognized electric energy in our environment is that from the Earth?s EMF. Fish and other aquatic wildlife navigate using electromagnetic energy and migratory birds travel based on these same electrical signals.
The same way animals use the EMF to navigate, it has been shown by Netter and others that animals can sense electrical signals given off by other animals and more importantly those given off by hunters. HECS? clothing blocks these signals and keeps you concealed from an animal?s sixth sense.
The best example of how we emit electrical signals comes from healthcare. Consider the medical test called the electrocardiogram, or EKG. Typically, this test is used to measure the electrical activity of your heart to diagnose inconstancies, which may reveal cardiac issues. It works by reading each electrical impulse your heart produces each time it beats. Your heart, like other muscles, produces electrical signals each time they move. The greater the muscle movement the great the signal produced by the muscle. Just like the EKG, this is what animals sense when you are hunting.
How Electrical Energy Relates to Hunting
Every hunter has had at least one occasion where you can?t explain why that deer suddenly spooked or that gobbler hung up just out of range. You have practiced the most stringent scent control, implemented all the tree stand hacks possible and remained motionless in hopes of getting a shot on a trophy. But even all that wasn?t enough to conceal yourself and make the shot.
What happened? That sixth sense, the deer or turkey?s or other animal?s ability to sense your electrical energy signal, busted you. Your accelerated heartbeat or your muscles priming to make the shot are firing elevated electrical signals. Animals are sensing these signals, which are getting you busted more than you think. HECS? Stealthscreen and the technology behind it is the only way to get closer.
The Technology behind the HECS? Stealthscreen
Simply put, the HECS? Stealthscreen blocks electrical signals. It is a patented revolutionary technology that blocks the electrical energy you emit. Doing so, allows you to get closer to game than ever before.
?Something is helping us? So when people ask us if HECS works, yes HECS works.? ? David Holder, Raised Hunting
HECS (Human Energy Concealment System) uses a carbon fiber conductive grid to block your electrical signal. Its design is based on a principle called the Faraday Cage, which was invented in 1836 by Michael Faraday. The Faraday Cage (https://science.howstuffworks.com/faraday-cage.htm) is generally a conductive mesh material that blocks electrical fields by channeling electricity throughout the mesh. Typical uses for the technology include protecting sensitive technology equipment from electrical interference or blocking microwaves emitted from your household microwave.
What makes HECS? Stealthscreen effective is based on the design of the carbon fiber grid. The size of the grid is designed to specifically block the wavelengths of human electrical signals. When integrated into hunting clothing, this carbon fiber mesh creates a Faraday Cage that keeps your electrical energy from being sensed by animals. The fabric not only blocks your electrical signals but it is also flexible, lightweight, breathable and machine washable. HECS? Stealthscreen will never wash out or become ineffective over time.
How Raised Hunting is Using HECS? Clothing
HECS? hunting gear is with us in every hunting situation. No matter if we are hunting elk out west or bow hunting deer in the Midwest, we are wearing HECS? clothing. We wear it just about anywhere you can think of. Does hunting with HECS? actually work? Yes, it works and that is why we wear it each and every time we hunt.
?Why do we wear HECS, why not?? ? David Holder, Raised Hunting
HECS? Stealthscreen is one of the products you can?t quite put your finger on. Is HECS? for real? It?s not tangible like a bow when you know it?s working or not. However, we get away with movement when we shouldn?t. We get animals in close that never look at us. We also get away with drawing our bows, when in other scenarios we would be busted. There is no other explanation other than HECS? clothing works.
Hunters have experienced situation after situation which is unexplainable. That bull elk picked you out while you were downwind and motionless or perhaps a whitetail mysteriously snorted and retreated to cover. This sixth sense by animals is legendary to hunters and most assumed it was unbeatable. It?s not a mystery, but rather the electrical signals you?re emitting that animals are sensing. And yes, it can be beaten. HECS? clothing and its patented technology block those invisible electrical signals and keeps you concealed down to the last moment.