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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 21:53:19 GMT
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I forgot to add: it can maim, paralyze or kill you too (stroke, seizure,
heart attack/arrhythmia) depending upon how much intrigue is involved. Even
in that case, there will be no proof or evidence readily available. If you
have worked with these things, and yet choose to belittle the hazards
involved in misuse, your judgement is in question, not mine. I was merely
indicating the possibility of danger (if misused) which is widely publicised
and well known.
A person who downplays the hazards or denies the hazards of mis-use of
equipment or gizmos is raising a serious question of honesty (or even
competence to be given responsibility), I think.
"News2020" wrote in message
> < Thanks for the inputs so far and the circuit diagram, etc; I am trying
> ignore the attacks and negativity.>
> I am not really 'worried' about this spark. The question was more general.
> There is potential for a LOT of 'mischief' in this area of expertise. And
> you will never have evidence to show. The damage will be imperceptible.
> as tones that match with brain frequencies and drive you nuts, reading
> brainwaves by thermal imaging, using imaging feedback to pump in
> brainwaves, small cancers in blood vessels, muscles, skin, brain, blood
> cells, etc, a little burnt skin layers, some damage to the eyesight,
> cataracts over a long period, unnoticeable loss of hearing, clots under
> skin that eventually get infected and turn into cancers, etc..., use of
> power lines and home sheet metal fixtures and appliances to inject 'really
> high-energy' microwaves, etc. And I am not talking product design issues
> such as the shoe measuring device or monitors that one poster has
> I am talking deliberate, planned, secret people who could do such things.
> one would know. No evidence unless you get the right measuring devices.
> only question is, is it within the limits of the technology today. If the
> answer is yes, the devil is not very far. This kind of stuff has been
> for quite some time. It is only a matter of further refinement and
> miniaturization and deployment, target/victim selection, etc.