Posted: Jul 29, 2020 5:20 pm
by jaymurdoch2020
Yeah it's a perfect cover-up because apparently no one will believe you because... you're schizo or a drug abuser. :crazy: makes for the "perfect test subject for a shadowy government".

Allan C Frey's Study:
In his experiments, the subjects were discovered to be able to hear appropriately pulsed microwave radiation, from a distance of a few inches to hundreds of feet from the transmitter. In Frey's tests, a repetition rate of 50 Hz was used, with pulse width between 10–70 microseconds. According to Frey, the induced sounds were described as "a buzz, clicking, hiss, or knocking, depending on several transmitter parameters, i.e., pulse width and pulse-repetition rate.

Army Institute (Joseph Sharp and Mark Grove):
"In 1975, an article by neuropsychologist Don Justesen discussing radiation effects on human perceptions referred to an experiment by Joseph C. Sharp and Mark Grove at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research during which Sharp and Grove reportedly were able to recognize nine out of ten words transmitted by "voice modulated microwaves". Since the radiation levels approached the (then current) 10 mW/cm² limit of safe exposure, critics have observed that under such conditions brain damage from thermal effects of high power microwave radiation would occur, and there was 'no conclusive evidence for MAE at lower energy densities'".

10mW/cm^2 is a weird one because cell phones can produce that with no long term effects. :think:
Yet the study suggested that: "brain damage from thermal effects of high power microwave radiation would occur,"

Sounds like the skeptics are wrong ?...