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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 03:32:51 GMT
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Here's one link that I can find :
< I am talking about all radiation - everything including XRays, etc. ; if a
technician works on a microwave device of any significant power without
protection, he will be fried ! Find me one technician that has worked
without protection near on an operating high power equipment. If you cannot,
then admit you cannot. While I fully understand where you are coming from -
you have never found an adverse situation and do not expect normal people to
create one - I am talking about DELIBERATE MIS-USE. And I have experienced
it ! I cannot prove it because I did not have equipment to record it. My
house was literally frying - I could walk under one of the radiation peaks
and my head would swim ! And when I woke up at 3 am I found this happening
right near my head ! I quickly moved to another place after scouting the
whole house. Believe it or Not ! If you do not, I hope others will. But,
then, I would have wasted my time explaining to you and seen all this
personal attacks from all these people. Too bad. >
"Mike Poulton" wrote in message
> On 29 Sep 2002, "News2020" said:
> > You have made the most determined effort to deny a problem exists. You
> > have also made personal attacks to bolster your position (besides
> > joining the lynch mob).
> It was a relevant observation based on your posts. I didn't say you
> were stupid or insane (although I do think the latter), I said you don't
> know what you're talking about. You don't, and it shows in your posts.
> > Are you saying XRays are not harmful ? (it even causes genetic damage
> > - completely invisible !)
> X-rays are not RF energy. They are ionizing radiation, produced by
> completely different means under completely different circumstances than
> radio waves.
> > If so, your judgement is in question. Even computer monitors, if
> > misused, can expose people to XRays.
> No. A CRT, if seriously maladjusted or misdesigned, could produce
> rather small amounts of X-ray radiation. We're not talking about a very
> significant amount here, and it's pretty hard to make modern CRT's
> produce x-rays at all while still operating correctly.
> > Are you saying microwaves only cause heating and therefore are not
> > harmful ? < it could cause internal damage - inner skin etc, - even
> > when the skin may look ok ! >
> I didn't say they weren't harmful, I said they only cause heating and,
> therefore, massive amounts of energy are needed to cause damage quickly.
> Such damage is obvious to medical professionals.
> > Are you saying microwaves cannot be projected onto people with
> > existing appliances, gadgetry and fixtures to cause damage (temporary
> > or permanent) ?
> Yep. That's what I'm saying.
> > Better not to keep posting if this is all you have to say !
> Why? Because you don't want to hear anything that contradicts your
> fanciful and distorted perception of reality? Don't worry about that --
> This is my last post in the thread!
> > To add value you have to provide specific information. Just general
> > examples of somebody working in a protected environment, etc. are not
> > enough to rule out dangers. It has to be comprehensive to cover every
> > case of possible mis-use.
> I have no idea how this statement is relevant. Are you talking about
> the tower worker example? That's not a protected environment. Are you
> aware of how the microwave oven idea was first conceived? Radar techs
> and operators knew that standing in front of big microwave transmiters
> felt warm. You have yet to describe a method of "mis-use" by which
> these terrible consequences you mention could ever occur.
> > If you need references, I saw one posted recently that pointed to a
> > report on Health and Safety from LLNL. I have seen others also.
> I didn't ask you if you had seen them, I asked you to show them to me.
> I'm not going to take your word for it. I think you're confabulating.
> You need psychiatric help. That's not an insult, that's an honest
> Mike Poulton
> MTP Technologies
> Not only do I speak for my company, I AM my company!
> Live free or die!
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