Tuesday, September 25, 2012

as they come back slower John Lenard Walson #ElectromagneticWeap­on

look at this part 1 http://youtu.be/3tU0M5ZSxyw part 2

i am very ill with my health i feel very overwhelming drowsiness,e.g. headaches  joint pain), difficulty breathing, vertigo, incontinence, nausea, ? ? ? Sometimes described as this could it be ???? being non-lethal, electromagnetic weapons can pose health threats to humans.[5]
Some bio-effects of electromagnetic (radiation) weapons include effects to the human central nervous system resulting in drowsiness, localized physical pain (e.g. headaches or joint pain), difficulty breathing, vertigo, incontinence, nausea, disorientation, or other systemic discomfort. Electromagnetic radiation weapons may cause cumulative damage to the human body.Directed energy weapons
Electronic warfare
High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program Used against humans ?[citation needed]
Ability to convince captured enemy combatants that the great sense of physical well-being which seemed to accompany their being even slightly cooperative was much more desirable than the overwhelming sense of uneasiness and dread associated with their being uncooperative or hostile.
Ability to impose a feeling of overwhelming drowsiness on an already weary enemy force.Electromagnetic weapons can affect the human nervous system and might lead to diseases of the nervous system such as Primary Lateral Sclerosis.
Millimeter-wave pulses can affect the epidermis (skin) and dermis, the thick sensitive layer of skin and connective tissue beneath the epidermis that contains blood, lymph vessels, sweat glands, and nerve endings, generating a burning sensation or actual burn from as far as 700 meters.[6]wikipedia.Electromagnetic_weap­on - Cached - Similar
Electromagnetic (radiation) weapons are a type of directed energy weapons ... heat, mechanical, or electrical energy to a target to cause various, sometimes very ... They can be used against humans, electronic equipment, and military targets ... basic research to advance electrodynamics and hypervelocity physics related to

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