From: "Dirk Bruere"
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 16:24:33 +0100
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"John Woodgate" wrote in message
> I read in sci.electronics.design that Dirk Bruere
> wrote (in ) about 'Any ideas on
> measuring radiation in the home ?', on Tue, 8 Oct 2002:
> >"As well as having an armoury of tortures at its disposal, the
> >gang also mobilises various techniques of mind control. One of
> >these is 'brain-saying', which is a magnetically induced
> >sympathetic surveillance at a distance, a silent mode of
> >telepathic communication ... 'kiting', or the capacity to hijack
> >the brain and to implant thoughts in it beyond the control and
> >resistance of the sufferer..."
> >- John Haslam, Director of Bethlem Hospital, London, 1810
> Ah, yes, a noted and extremely reliable authority. Like Aristotle.(;-)
As a record of peoples delusions, yes.
However a determined paranoic will simply use that as evidence that the
conspiracy involving mind control rays is at least 200 years old.
OT, ever read 'Walking on Glass' by Iain Banks?