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To: FreedomOfThePressIsNotFree

A Navy aviation electrician working on (presumably) a naval air station which probably has a radar that emits microwave radiation and who is swept once every 45 seconds by a microwave beam for 3 years at a distance of 1/4 mile... I suppose that some people may be more affected by microwave radiation than others...

I find It plausible that it could have effected his mind in some negative way. (It does not excuse him, however.)

Don’t know about ELF. Low frequency transmissions meant to communicate with submarines. The testing lab for it was—oddly—in in Clam Lake Wisconsin. Middle of the woods not close to much of any large town, nowhere near an ocean.(Passed by it once.) And Harp...


11 posted on 09/18/2013 9:16:23 PM PDT by Pete from Shawnee Mission
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To: Pete from Shawnee Mission

It was placed in the Clam Lake area because the granite bed rock was the best to transmit the ELF signals. The Lines for the station covered many miles.


23 posted on 09/19/2013 2:06:31 AM PDT by riverrunner
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