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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
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Date: Wed, 01 Jan 2003 04:23:34 GMT
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Now I get it. You have a .uk extension.
And your posting shows a mixture of the witchcraft dialogues and some
Clearly you have not read my postings to be able to comment meaningfully.
Attacking is easy. Garbage goes right out the window.
You are suggesting a cold suface can produce burns !!! WOW !
It would take a .uk to say that.
And heating water is your ultimate measurement device for intermittent,
directed, possibly low power radiation.
You are not in this league.
Catch up with everything before launching your next
Are you paid to do this ? Or are you an independent individual ?
"John Devereux" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote:
> >< 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
> >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
> >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.
> John Devereux
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