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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 13:08:49 +0000
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>Actually the kind of stuff you are talking about will work under the intense
>radiation I am noticing. It is exactly as if you are being cooked. You can
>sense it in your head and feet as it happens.
>Who are you ? Some measurement lab member tabulating results from all the
You are saying that this microwave radiation is heating your
body? That's a lot of microwaves! Have you tried using a
thermometer to actually measure your body / head
temperature? Or are the symptoms purely subjective?
Such high microwave levels will produce easily measureable
heating in other objects too. (Think how a glass of water
boils in a microwave oven). You could easily put a
thermometer in a glass of water and use this as a probe for
"hotspots" in your house. Measure room temperature first,
then see if the water temperature ever gets much higher than
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