Information without appropriate context can easily be misinformation, I'd hope you would agree with that statement.
Because you're far more interested in being right on an internet forum than delivering appropriate information. A broad statement was made without appropriate context, it got scrutinized, and more appropriate information has now been stated in this thread. That's literally the purpose of a healthy forum, past inane bullshit.The appropriate context was there in the post. He even said something about extending all the way up to super high frequency cosmic rays. Can’t believe I’m even bothering to argue this.
The appropriate context was there in the post. He even said something about extending all the way up to super high frequency cosmic rays. Can’t believe I’m even bothering to argue this.
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The magical thinking surrounding electromagnetic radiation is simply astounding. Even here on a tech site to see the same mythical thinking that exists on alt-med and conspiracy sites is amazing to me.
For all these claims, no one can seem to replicate ANY results except HEATING. Because just as with all other forms of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation we use daily and FEEL the heat from, radio waves can only hurt you if they burn you.
To date ALL directed energy weapons using radio waves are effective by HEATING the skin of the target. That's it. Heat.
Frequency is largely irrelevant, wattage is. And with enough wattage and focus ALL non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation, from radio waves, to infra red, to visible light will BURN you. That's it. Exactly how it heats and burns you is dependent on frequency, but that's the only harm it can do. Heat and burn you.
And magnetic fields you cannot feel are harmless too. I mean, we're delving into the quack magnetic bracelet territory here.
We'll stand in front of an electric stove/oven/heater giving off EMR we can FEEL as heat and think nothing of it, yet we have magical thinking about radio waves we cannot feel.
Did Microwaves Harm US Employees at Its Embassy in Havana?
A recent review of unexplained symptoms in employees of the US Embassy in Havana pointed to microwaves. Was it mass psychogenic illness instead? Or something entirely different?
A review of <em>Are Electromagnetic Fields Making Me Ill? How Electricity and Magnetism Affect Our Health</em>, by Bradley J. Roth
A new book explores some of the (un)scientific controversies about electromagnetic radiation and health.
Whoever the fuck you are, I was a physics major at a major American university, U.C. Berkeley. Pretty much got straight A's in physics. Get the fuck out of here with this bullshit.
Because you're far more interested in being right on an internet forum than delivering appropriate information. A broad statement was made without appropriate context, it got scrutinized, and more appropriate information has now been stated in this thread. That's literally the purpose of a healthy forum, past inane bullshit.
I’m concerned with physics. If the post that’s now quoted right above here didn’t have enough context .. not sure what to say about that. It was pretty obvious to me.
I'm concerned with physics too, but I'm also concerned with information. Information needs to be delivered with context relevant to a layman, not to someone with a PHD in the subject matter. Saying a 10SV dose of radiation isn't concerning because it'll kill you slower than a bear (but leaving the bear part out) isn't particularly useful, and it's wrong without the context.I’m concerned with physics. If the post that’s now quoted right above here didn’t have enough context .. not sure what to say about that. It was pretty obvious to me.
What is more, this is evidently the result of a concerted intense effort to develop a difficult to detect but effective weapon. Perhaps they cunningly, intentionally scaled it down so as to make people uncertain if it's really happening. Before you poo poo and disregard this, watch the 60 Minutes pieces.And quick extremely high powered pulses of energy/heat create pressure waves. People can and do experience these as sound without experiencing a heating sensation.
I don’t even necessarily think this or a similar effect on the inner ear is what’s happening here, but it’s within the realm of physically possible. It’s funny as shit to me though that people who think they know more than they do are so certain it’s not.
FBI apparently reporting symptoms consistent with Havana syndrome.
Hint, its because they are under high levels of stress....
Very suspicious locations at a very suspicious timeFBI apparently reporting symptoms consistent with Havana syndrome.
I think watching the 60 Minutes treatment would move an honest and discerning person beyond the notion that the complaints' source is stress.I am fairly certain there is petabytes+ of data on record in form of scans, x-rays, mri's, phd's, so on and so forth, that documents the effects of stress on the human brain.
I have to assume that these cases have characteristics that disqualifies them from the above set of data.
I mean. I *have* to assume that, otherwise I might as well begin to believe in jewish space lasers.