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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Request for Police Action
Date: Wed, 01 Jan 2003 13:04:55 +0000
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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 !
No, I was suggesting that it might be possible for certain
mental states to do so. I gave the example of a reasonably
well known effect, that hypnotized subjects can exhibit
blisters when touched by a cold object, if they are told it
is hot. (I am not an expert, this might be a popular myth.)
>It would take a .uk to say that.
>And heating water is your ultimate measurement device for intermittent,
>directed, possibly low power radiation.
No, *I* have a spectrum analyser and a wide band antenna
thank you. *You* don't though. My point was that it is *not
needed* to detect levels as large as you claim. Intermittent
low power radiation cannot be responsible for the symptoms
I was trying to get you to prove to yourself that your story
is inconsistent. Microwaves that heat your body but not
>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 ?
No, in fact I am paid not to do this. But I'm on holiday.
Happy new year anyway, News.
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