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    Here's your brilliant graduate students at work.

    Looks like the propeller heads at MIT are hard at work detecting the effectiveness of every crazy guys' preferred mode of protection.

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    And I always thought the buzzing in my ears was tinnitus, now I know its RFI!

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    Re: Here's your brilliant graduate students at work.

    :: Tinitus ::

    The MIT guys are looking for vector wavelengths and they will not find what they are looking for.
    They need to look at scalar wave or standing wave detection in the hydrogen frequency of 2.45 GHz and the plus minus harmonics there of.
    They need to start by squaring the wave energy from the hyrodgen frequency out bigger, in other words lower wave lengths.

    These frequencies are in the normal house hold microwave oven range of frequencies. These are also use in the mobile phone network of frequenices. Surprise surprise. The best place to hide something is out in the open.

    The dection of scalar waves (also cavity resonant standing waves) can only be done at the point of the standing wave, for that is the only place they exist. As a rule how do you test inside some ones cranium or the fluid of the ear canal ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    These frequencies are in the normal house hold microwave oven range of frequencies. These are also use in the mobile phone network of frequenices
    You sure about that NeoMatrix?
    I just tried to warm up my cup of tea by putting it on top of my iphone but nothing happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda View Post
    You sure about that NeoMatrix?
    I just tried to warm up my cup of tea by putting it on top of my iphone but nothing happened.
    You for got to set it to vibrate so that the tea particles would rub together producing the heat that you required. lol

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    guess I shouldn't get my hairless dome tatooed with chrome, cause big Bro will find me!!

    And I was worried about google tracking me through my Droid phone......

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    Re: Here's your brilliant graduate students at work.

    More trivia....

    Mobile phones are band from a lot of areas. Some of these are petrol stations.
    Mobiles phones store energy in the moisture of the air and can cause static charge. Mobile phones can also store energy in the hydrocarbons of fuel.

    For heavens sake do not put distilled water in your microwave oven --it will never boil. While microwaving, the hydrogen oxygen bonds will build to a very intense energy field and never boil the water. You add one tea spoon of sugar to the water after you have tried to heat the distilled water in your microwave oven and <<<BOOM>>>>, you have an incredible energy release. All that energy from storage microwaves only.

    Just because your mobile phone does not boil your tea doesn't mean the RF energy is not going into the water. The same mobile phone puts energy into your near-neutral PH body water around your ear and head when you talk.

    I know of men working with RF energy all the time. These guys will not have a bar of mobile phones any where near their person.

    No need to be fearful just use your mobile phone abit more wiser...

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    Even tap water will superheat in a microwave.

    The energy field you speak of is the lack of impurities in the water such as tap water. Without any impurities or seriously scratched containers, the gas has now where to build up, therefore giving the impression that it hasn't boiled.

    Adding sugar, or any other "impurity" gives the water something for the gas to build up on which cause flash boiling or will vapourize.

    The term for adding this "impurity" is called Nucleation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    Mobile phones are band from a lot of areas. Some of these are petrol stations..
    Yet they don't seem to worry about turbo charged cars pulling in off the highway with the headers glowing red at 8oo deg or older cars with cracked dizzy caps and faulty spark plug leads.

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    And Mythbusters proved that a phone call itself won't ignite the fuel fumes.

    Dropping the phone could cause a spark, or disconnection of the battery, but very highly unlikely.

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