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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
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Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 13:16:27 GMT
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< Did'nt you post attacks on me before ? Why the change of heart ? Peer
pressure ? Risk of looking foolish ? >
Anyways, if you read all my previous postings you will find all the answers
to such questions.
I have clearly measured a lot of such things. See the references to room
temperature regulation that was observed very consistently.
With intermittent activity, you can get a severe burn by touching metallic
objects while this burning activity is going on.
Actual temperature change takes longer activity. It is probably the worst
(or slowest) thing to measure.
Looks like your brain has kicked into gear (even though it is pretty low
gear at the moment).
"John Devereux" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote:
> >Actually the kind of stuff you are talking about will work under the
> >radiation I am noticing. It is exactly as if you are being cooked. You
> >sense it in your head and feet as it happens.
> >Who are you ? Some measurement lab member tabulating results from all the
> >victims ?
> 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
> John Devereux
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