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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Sat, 05 Oct 2002 18:32:56 GMT
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This morning I have checked every point that showed grainy overwhelming
noise yesterday. All the points are clear of noise today ! I have carried
over details of this to the thread on "re: Why is the home voltage so high
?" in order to close that thread.
Many thanks to all contributors. This issue is not closed though the thread
has gone so long now. This thread might continue depending upon any
The gizmos of today and tomorrow are the results of years of engineering
that has gone on in 'classified' domains (mil/radar/rf/weaponization, etc.
as well as psycho-fields, hypnosis, thermal imaging, medical,
experimentation, etc.). It is important that the health effects should be
brought out into the open and any people trying to use it for harm or
experimentation/heating/etc. and to hide it should be fully exposed.
"News2020" wrote in message
> I did some surveying around the house :
> I find that the recessed ceiling lights and HVAC sheet metal ducting
> inlets/outlets show directed antenna patterns - single lobe, two lobes,
> etc - when circled by an AM radio receiver (there is a null when you point
> the radio antenna directly at it). This may indicate some radio
> coming from them.
> Also, the walls seem to be showing grainy noise (the signal is completely
> overwhelmed by the noise) in certain well defined regions - eg : one
> straight line along a bedroom wall at 2 feet height; both sides of the
> toilet tank in one bathroom; one side of the toilet wall; a diamond shaped
> region over the towel rack that extends up and down along a straight line;
> one corner of the kitchen stand showed really strong interference; one
> vertical line along the living room center wall; the fire-sprinkler pipe
> the basement; the mains switch box showed strong noise, etc.
> The reception in the home general area itself seems to be directional with
> twin lobes in the horizontal and vertical directions (this must be as
> "milne_v" wrote in message
> > Check the homes wiring system for ground or plumbing currents making
> > sure that any inductive type appliances are not operating at the time.
> > The ground system should not show much signal using a scope. If there
> > are spiked transients on the grounding system while appliances are
> > shut off then you can assume that something is causing them which is
> > not associated with the normal operation of the homes electrical
> > system. Finding the source is another story. Should such transients
> > exist then they may also produce broadband AM radio interferance in
> > the vicinity. Make sure that items such as triac dimmer swithches etc
> > are also not operating. Ground currents and switching transients have
> > been suspected as a cause of problems in rural areas in the past,
> > there's no reason why they can't be a problem elsewhere. These types
> > problems are generally the responsibility of the hydro provider.
> > Getting them to inspect and correct may somewhat of a different
> > problem.
> > Mil
> > "News2020" wrote in message
> > > I forgot to add: it can maim, paralyze or kill you too (stroke,
> > > heart attack/arrhythmia) depending upon how much intrigue is involved.
> > > in that case, there will be no proof or evidence readily available. If
> > > have worked with these things, and yet choose to belittle the hazards
> > > involved in misuse, your judgement is in question, not mine. I was
> > > indicating the possibility of danger (if misused) which is widely
> > > and well known.
> > >
> > > A person who downplays the hazards or denies the hazards of mis-use of
> > > equipment or gizmos is raising a serious question of honesty (or even
> > > competence to be given responsibility), I think.
> > >
> > >
> > > "News2020" wrote in message
> > > news:8a%k9.56338$1C2.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > > >
> > > > < Thanks for the inputs so far and the circuit diagram, etc; I am
> > > to
> > > > ignore the attacks and negativity.>
> > > >
> > > > I am not really 'worried' about this spark. The question was more
> > > > There is potential for a LOT of 'mischief' in this area of
> > > > you will never have evidence to show. The damage will be
> > > Such
> > > > as tones that match with brain frequencies and drive you nuts,
> > > > brainwaves by thermal imaging, using imaging feedback to pump in
> > > controlling
> > > > brainwaves, small cancers in blood vessels, muscles, skin, brain,
> > > > cells, etc, a little burnt skin layers, some damage to the eyesight,
> > > > cataracts over a long period, unnoticeable loss of hearing, clots
> > > the
> > > > skin that eventually get infected and turn into cancers, etc..., use
> > > > power lines and home sheet metal fixtures and appliances to inject
> > > > high-energy' microwaves, etc. And I am not talking product design
> > > > such as the shoe measuring device or monitors that one poster has
> > > mentioned.
> > > > I am talking deliberate, planned, secret people who could do such
> > > No
> > > > one would know. No evidence unless you get the right measuring
> > > The
> > > > only question is, is it within the limits of the technology today.
> > > > answer is yes, the devil is not very far. This kind of stuff has
> > > around
> > > > for quite some time. It is only a matter of further refinement and
> > > > miniaturization and deployment, target/victim selection, etc.
> > > >
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