From: "Christopher R. Carlen"
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 10:01:52 -0700
Organization: Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM USA
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> To add to my postings so far, I continue to notice unnatural heating in my
> home at night. For example last night the temperature was 69 deg F in the
> area where I slept whereas it was 59 deg F outside (no internal source of
> heat). When I moved to a different location, the previous location dropped
> to 64 deg F and the new location rose to 67 deg F while the outside remained
> at 59 deg F. This heating cannot be explained by body heat or even normal
> fridge operation, I think.
You think? What good is "thinking"? That's like saying you believe.
Belief equals ignorance.
You're most likely heating up the room with your body heat. It happens
in my bedroom every night. And I have better things to do than worry
about it. How about throwing out the TV, like another suggested, and
finding something useful do to? But it seems anything you do might
further your misconceptions. The internet is no help here, since it is
so easy to find what you are looking for here. Thus, I would recommend
giving your brain a real break. Go camping or something. Don't go to
the psychiatrists, they will just drug you up, unless you are seriously
considering doing anything violent. If you want to know what is really
dangerous, psychiatric medication is one thing, although illegal drugs,
alcohol, and popular entertainment is certainly worse.
Christopher R. Carlen
Principal Laser/Optical Technologist
Sandia National Laboratories CA USA