Skip to comments.The Atlantic: Tin Foil Hats Actually Make it Easier for the Government to Track Your Thoughts
Posted on 10/02/2012 5:58:58 PM PDT by a fool in paradise
...The scientific reasoning behind the foil helmet is that it acts as a Faraday cage, an enclosure made up of a conducting material that shields its interior from external electrostatic charges and electromagnetic radiation by distributing them around its exterior and dissipating them. While sometimes these enclosures are actual cages, they come in many forms, and most of us have probably dealt with one type or another. Elevators, the scan rooms that MRI machines sit in, "booster bags" that shoplifters sometimes use to circumvent electronic security tags, cables like USB or TV coaxial cables, and even the typical household microwave all provide shielding as Faraday cages.
While the underlying concept is good, the typical foil helmet fails in design and execution. An effective Faraday cage fully encloses whatever it's shielding, but a helmet that doesn't fully cover the head doesn't fully protect it. If the helmet is designed or worn with a loose fit, radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation can still get up underneath the brim from below and reveal your innermost thoughts to the reptilian humanoids or the Bilderberg Group.
In 2005, a group of MIT students, prodded by "a desire to play with some expensive equipment," tested the effectiveness of foil helmets at blocking various radio frequencies. Using two layers of Reynolds aluminum foil, they constructed three helmet designs, dubbed the Classical, the Fez, and the Centurion, and then looked at the strength of the transmissions between a radio-frequency signal generator and a receiver antenna placed on various parts of their subjects' bare and helmet-covered heads...
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My skull has been surgically replaced with 2 inches of solid tin foil. And just to be sure, I did the job myself.
It is that new Bio-engineered genetically modified organic tin foil.
And most people don’t even know the difference between tin and aluminum foil.
This is only true if you don’t put the foil shiny side out.
My sister was kicked in the head by her gelding. She has a steel plate forehead. We use her as a refrigerator to stick magnets on.
Well... this is mainly true because the OBVIOUS has been left out of the pictures, and that is that the HAT must have a wire that then is connected to an actual ‘ground’. Then you are OK.
Or that most tin cans aren't made of tin.
And now I gotta know. Was he a gelding BEFORE he kicked her in the head?
That’s they want you to think.
Smart folks line their underwear with it. (They’re after our precious bodily fluids).
First I had a wooden whistle - but it wooden whistle.
Then I got a steel whistle - it steel wouldn’t whistle.
Then I got a tin whistle - now I tin whistle.
Right there's the problem with the study and its findings. Aluminum foil is not tin foil.
Obama is a great president and has done a great job deserving reelection.......