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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 14:43:46 +0000
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>< Did'nt you post attacks on me before ? Why the change of heart ? Peer
>pressure ? Risk of looking foolish ? >
If I was too worried about looking foolish, I would hardly
be posting to this thread now would I ? :)
You are thinking of someone else. I have not posted to any
of your threads before.
>Anyways, if you read all my previous postings you will find all the answers
>to such questions.
You've made 407 posts under that name... I don't have the
time to do that I'm afraid.
>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.
I read somewhere that if you convince someone that something
cool is hot (e.g. hypnotize them), then touching it can
produce the same symptoms as real heat (reddened skin, even
>Actual temperature change takes longer activity. It is probably the worst
>(or slowest) thing to measure.
If there is microwave activity capable of significantly
heating the body, it is easy to measure it. You should see a
container of water boil, or at least rise many degrees above
room temperature, if your symptoms are caused by microwaves.
>Looks like your brain has kicked into gear (even though it is pretty low
>gear at the moment).
You are thinking of someone else.
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