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Re: [opensuse] Remove all kde code from s11
  • From: Dave Feustel <dfeustel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 13:51:55 +0100 (CET)
  • Message-id: <20090127125155.2AFDB43B5B@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 04:18:59AM -0800, Tony Alfrey wrote:
Amedee Van Gasse wrote:
On Mon, January 26, 2009 01:19, Dave Feustel wrote:

And regarding the tin-foil hat: that actually is a step in the right
direction. The reason is that ambient rf radiation (from cell towers,
wifi, gwen towers, etc) is now a TRILLION times greater than twenty
years ago (Source: Dr. Ricard Deagle at nutrimedical.com.

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Please move it to the off-topic list.
And by the way, tin foil hats actually *increase* the amount of RF
radiation that reaches your head. It works as an antenna...

I'm thinking that his tin hat might be way too long to act like a
quarter-wave dipole at 2.45 GHz (typical cell phone microwave) and is
thereby not resonant at 2.45 GHz. And tin is not a very good conductor,
so I'm thinking that his hat might make a better heater. He could test
this by putting a tin hat on a melon, and sticking the whole affair in a
microwave oven. And don't forget the WD-40.

AHA! Another cellphone employee trying to discount the truth about the
effects of cellphone and microwave radiation! Note that amateur radio
operators experience twice the level of leukemia as the general
population, presumably as a result of exposure to ambient rf radiation
in the shack, although possibly from breathing smoke while soldering.

Also, keep in mind that the entire body aborbs radiation. Don't forget
to read the article "The Mind Has No Firewall" published by the US
Military in 1998.

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