Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Sat, 05 Oct 2002 03:44:56 GMT
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You might check with one of your Lords (Tavistock, I presume).
I'll look for the source I came across.
"John Woodgate" wrote in message
> I read in sci.electronics.design that News2020 wrote
> (in ) about
> 'Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?', on Fri, 4 Oct 2002:
> > that radiated beams were used to
> >dis-orient youths who were loitering near a police station in UK,
> Where did you read that? It didn't get into the British media, AFAIK.
> The 'radiated beams' might just have been the blue strobe lights that
> the fuzz are fond of.
> >high power
> >microwaves were routinely beamed out from the old Soviet Union into
> >European areas, etc.).
> Well, I don't see what the microwaves would do. But high-power *radar
> transmissions* were certainly produced (not microwave; around 20 MHz
> IIRC). This was the infamous 'Woodpecker' over-the-horizon radar, whose
> main inimical effect seems to have been to induce apoplexy in radio
> Regards, John Woodgate, OOO - Own Opinions Only.
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