From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jay B)
Date: 29 Sep 2002 07:31:24 GMT
Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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>Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
>From: Mike Poulton email@example.com
>Date: 9/28/2002 8:36 PM Central Daylight Time
>On 28 Sep 2002, "News2020" said:
>> It is detectable by the victim if he/she is alert to it and awake
>> while it is happening. We are talking about people who do it while you
>> are asleep and are able to react as soon as you wake up. The feedback
>> is at the level of a single eye movement. That is what is needed for
>> psycho work (hypnosis, mind-control, etc.).
>Since you purport to have technical knowledge, I would appreciate a real
>explanation of exactly what mechanism allows RF energy to affect a
>person's psychology. Body temperature? Yes. Psychology? No.
>> The word 'secret guys' covers this issue. I have noticed cables, etc.
>> being moved in trucks. As to antenna, the sheet metal fixtures and
>> appliances - fridge, microwave, recessed lights, HVAC&R sheet metal
>> ducting, etc. are pretty huge ! And there is no need to build them,
>> they are already there !
>Obviously you don't understand antennae. Not just any piece of metal
>can be used as an antenna! It must be exactly the correct size and
>shape in order to work. Ductwork ans random pieces of metal will not
>work. Besides, how would they connect their transmitters to your
>> Small issue there : a small dish such as the Satellite dishes found
>> everywhere could do it too (please tell me if you think this is
>> impossible and why)
>The power density needed to injure a human in a few seconds is HUGE.
>Small dish feeds can't handle that. In fact, an array of dishes may be
>the only practical method, and that would have to be large. It would
>also cause burning and thermal damage of anything in its path, including
>the victim. This is NOT undetectable -- it is obvious.
>> - we are not talking about tracking satellites or
>> aircraft ; disrupting the brain and muscles and heart and vital organs
>> may only require one concentrated burst; to injure may need some more;
>> to paralyze a little more; and to kill a little more !
>Do you have any references for this information? It is generally
>accepted that RF energy has no effects on people other than heating. It
>does not "disrupt" anything, including the brain or muscles. The amount
>of heating it causes is a function of power density, wavelength
>(specific absorption), and time. Since we are mostly water, and water
>has a high specific heat, it takes a LOT of energy to heat a human.
>Radio tower workers have gotten fevers from RF heating, but no other ill
>effects were observed (although this is not a recommended practice). As
>I posted before, I don't think you are knowledgeable enough to discuss
>Not only do I speak for my company, I AM my company!
>Live free or die!