Here's an interesting point, no-body mentioned a ground tuner.
Because it wasn't in the scope of the ground question you posted about.
if u have an excessively long ground lead it will radiate RF
What about a "ground tuner" would change that?
the actual "seen" impedance of the ground conductor to allow the r.f to flow to ground,
Here's the kicker - just because you drive a rod into the ground doesn't mean you have an infinite "RF sink", where all energy that arrives there just goes away. Dirt is a pretty poor conductor and RF has skin effect, making the available area for RF to dissipate even less. So even if you created a perfectly tuned transmission line to your "ground" it would still suck as an "RF ground".
Then, we have to consider just why you have, and would want all this RF to be dissipated rather than radiated. You're hell bent on turning everything into heat. If you have so much "RF in the shack" you have an *antenna* problem, not a "ground" problem.
if there was no purpose or point to making said ground tuner or if they did not work, I do not believe hams would home-brew meaningless equipment,
It's a very niche application and frankly, a solution seeking an appropriate problem. You're going to find very few instances where a "ground tuner" is effectively used.