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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Tue, 01 Oct 2002 18:26:25 GMT
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The heat was off.
Also, I am aware of the inverse square, etc. Several watts with a directed
beam or laser will stay focussed.
"The little lost angel" wrote in
> On Tue, 01 Oct 2002 04:08:15 GMT, "News2020" wrote:
> >resistor can dissipate a few watts ? How much can a dish ? Why do you
> >huge array to disrupt a person's bodily activity or do damage ?
> It's the inverse square law or something.
> Every unit distance increased, you need to raise the energy needed to
> maintain the same intensity by square or is it by a power of 4?
> Anyway, it basically means to get any significant mileage, you need
> plenty of power.
> If we assume somebody's doing this deliberately with the intention to
> inflict significant levels of damage or disruption. And since you
> can't see them, it goes to say they got to be pumping a huge amount of
> energies direct at you, with a pretty big directional antenna.
> But a big antenna's kinda visible, since you obviously have been
> looking around, the conclusion has to be, it isn't a case of somebody
> aiming a big dish at you deliberate. Hence I suggest it's sheer bad
> location you have.
> Plus now that you mention these peaks are near the HVAC ducting, maybe
> it's just the heat from the ducting? Plus, they are pretty good for
> carrying noises so not surprising you can hear stuff in the quieter
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