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From: email@example.com (Ben Bradley)
Subject: Re: A weird contraption ?
Date: 28 Oct 2002 20:00:04 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: 29 Oct 2002 04:00:04 GMT
In sci.electronics.design, "News2020" wrote:
>A weird contraption that looks like a cross between a sofa and a huge
>Red rexine cover, ~ 6-7 feet long, ~10 inch dia cylindrical type back
>microscopic ( ~6 inch ! ) seat and the whole contraption is placed on
>frame type metal structure shaped like a base.
Did it say "All your base are..." ... no, I best not go there...
>I saw the Chinese (Tibetan type couple ~40 yrs old) neighbors bring
>a few weeks ago and carry it upstairs (?). Last week I found it in
>garage, ~ 50 ft from where I sleep, aimed directly at my head and
>exactly in the direction I sleep.
>The low tones are being heard at night. Can a device like that
generate it ?
>Can it also generate a shock wave right at the head ?
Does it have the words "low tone generator" or "shock wave
generator" anywhere on it? If so, you may have identified the source
of these tones and shock waves.
But see my other message in this thread to see if the tone sequence
can be identified.
>Another scenario is from the neighbor on the left. The pattern from
>source seems to have changed to shocks (very strong jolts) right
>head spaced at approximately 1 second apart, just as if it is a clock
>ticking or your own blood vessels beating in your head. I checked my
>when I woke up in the middle of the night; it was synchronized to the
>! Except, I know the originating source was not the blood vessels or
>clock because it went away when I shifted sleeping locations.
>And the temperature regulation/control seems to have shifted to 60
>now. A point inside the house stayed at 60 deg F, only 3-4 feet from
>outside which was at 50 deg F, with no heat sources around !
>[ I have not identified any locations or persons; no one is blamed in
>way; this material is copyrighted to prevent it from being used in
>against the writer; the macabre ghouls scum vermin experimenters have
>exposed fully. ]
Actually, in the USA you should have "Copyright" followed by the
letter C with a circle around it followed by the year followed by the
name of the author. Also, it should appear at the beginning of the
work, just after the title, instead of at the end.
A work is actually considered copyrighted when you publish it (I
suppose a newsgroup post is close enough to publishing), but all these
little details can help if you need to sue over a violation. To really
protect yourself you should also register it with the US Library of
Congress by sending two copies along with the registration fee and
their little form.
OTOH, I can't think of why the "macabre ghouls scum vermin
experimenters" would even bother learning about copyright law, much
less respecting it.
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