Are you really that ignorant? Current cannot flow in an open circuit. No i cannot make the loop go away that is formed by the bonding jumper in the dirt, and the green 12 AWG from the breaker panel. You do not have that luxury with a multi-point ground. But what I can do is SHUNT the Loop, and remove my equipment from the Loop by only referencing the loop at a at a Single Point . The Radio Coax and all the power cords for things like DC Power Supply, Linear Amp, Desktop Computer, or anything you want all have a dedicated Ground Wire terminated too one Single Point, right where the coax is bonded outside the ground rod. It is impossible for current to flow in a open circuit or single point ground If I take two wires, bond them together at one end only; how much current is flowing? If I take 4 wires, bond them together radially at one point only; how much current flows? Answer is None. Current cannot flow in an open circuit. A first year student learns that first day when introduced to Ohm's Law. You can chose to put yourself in the Loop, or you can take yourself out of it with a Shunt. RF Ground is not in the shack. It is in the dirt where your coax coax is terminated to the Ground Rod, and now all your power cords are terminated with dedicated conductors to the same spot as the coax. That is the beauty of a Ground Window, we only terminate radially, not serially daisy chained in a loop. If you understood that, you could fix that mess you made real fast.