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Citizens Against Harmful Technology
Actively Participate In Educating the Public            Newsletter          July 17, 2016

TALKSHOE: The conference call will still be on Sunday night. However the conference call will only be available to those who have registered. No guests are allowed.  We ask that anyone who is actively working for a government entity in any of the programs that adversely affect TI's, please announce you are on the call, as required by law. Talkshoe:  (724) 444-7444, Call ID: 139744 #, Pin 1#, Moderator: Neal Chevrier

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NEED A LIFT?: Amira Willighagen 9 yrs old
While the world devolves around us, there is this pure innocent child with the voice that makes grown people cry. She taught herself how to sing. I play this for my perps to put them to shame. Can you imagine how foul minded the talentless mindless robots are that torture us for money because they have no talents or skills of their own? This child of nine years is one of the purest forms of life the universe ever produced.  There is no corruption here. Enjoy

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Donations so far:  $40.00  June 26, 2016 (sent out)

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NEW BROCHURE: Free to Member and for Events!

This brochure explains directed energy assaults, implants, body sensor networks and phone stalking. Free download on Free booklets and brochures are being sent for the following event. Please pick yours up there.

TI Media Day will take place July 23rd, 2016 in Toms River, NJ from 11pm to 3pm. It is an opportunity for TIs to be filmed while they provide testimonies, discuss facts and stats regarding technologies impacting them. We will wrap up events with a town hall conference.
Jaami Ali is acccepting donations and if anyone has questions all information is on the flyer which is posted on the homepage of the PACTS website:  Please note the URL name to the fundraiser not my company website needs to change.
Thank you in advance for your support.  Sincerely,  Jaami
Please share your stalking stories here.  Find friends and share your experiences. This radiation and electronic harassment is going on all over the world. Here is testimony that shows your story is not an isolated event. While each person is targeted differently, the similarities join our parallel experiences.
There is an article on about teleportation and a patent to back it up. Here is the first story that backs up the experiences I have had of people appearing suddenly in a space and then disappearing or coming in a locked house, room and Faraday enclosure without anything being disturbed. I did hear some voices one evening but have never "seen" anyone. There were two men in the room outside my enclosure at night. They woke me up and one said, "How do you get in this thing?"  They didn't know it was a temporary enclosure that was rigged so that if they tried to get in, it would fall down and wake me up. That's what they did and it fell down but I was already awake listening to them. When the enclosure fell down, they took the aluminum tape off my feet and left. Their implants don't work very well when wrapped in aluminum so I guess they came in the night to remove the tape. In fact, they have removed the tape quite a few times. Sometimes they remove my hat, sometimes my TENS unit and sometimes my clothing and I don't remember a thing.
I have seen a young man pop into the space right beside my mailbox and wobble as if he were trying to get his footing, all the time looking at his cell phone. Then he walked off down the street. Then I was at the intersection at the corner. I looked to my left, the sidewalk was empty. I looked to my right, it was okay to go, but I always check the left again before proceeding. I looked to my left and there were two young people coming towards me about 6 ft. away. They seemingly came out of nowhere. This has happened at least 8 times and I believe I got one on video but I have to be sure. This young man appeared and had to bend down to the ground for some reason. Then walked towards me holding the customary phone out in front of him and went out of sight in a parking lot.
What I thought at the time, three guys in my home (bedroom) that I thought teleported directly inside the house here. This, in terms of piecing things together the dots, as it were, based on personal experience, etc. I saw the bedroom door open, while on my back, and stayed still, and watched them. The first one in walked in and along my bedside, and f-ing "VANISHED" right next to me!!! The other two split at the foot of my bed, and were there about 10-15 minutes...when I must have dozed-off - but nothing happened. All the doors and windows were still locked and secure, of course.
I first awakened in a sleep-paralysis state, and squinted (immediately), motionless, only to see three guys open the door and enter my bedroom - REALLY. The two at the foot of my wearing a golf shirt, and the other a greenish business suit. The guy that Vanished next to me, his walk and stride I recognized a few months later in the year...and now know that he was actually a "cop". The other two I did see BOTH - one (the golf shirt guy) was two days later, and the suit-guy a week and a day later. Freaky, huh??? The golf shirt guy, must have been aware a friend and I were discussing - on the phone - going to play pool, and we got together an hour later. Guess who was there, too? The golf shirt guy. He was a single on another table about three tables down, and started watching us.

I was watching him, but he didn't see me doing it, at all - having been brought up in a pool room, etc. We were at the first front door (table) and he stops at our table before leaving, and just watched me - up close - at our table. When my friend and I left, we sat in the car for a few minutes, and I told what I experienced, at that time, what I just experienced a couple nights before...and who this guy was. The next week, the other (suit) guy shows up at my house "looking for "so and so", when I came back from some food shopping, by that time dark, already, with a cell phone stuck in his right ear, talking on it, too...yet asking me if I knew "so and so" - a couple in the area making out like he forgot their address, etc.

He was "parked the wrong way", i noticed. My next door neighbor's sidewalk was free and empty of cars out front, but he must have pulled-up and backed-up in front of their next door neighbor"s house - two doors down, etc. He had a "black" SUV, (DUH), etc., etc. He approaches me taking bags out from the back seat, startles me, and begins asking me (dumb) questions, etc. - about "so and so"..."do I know where...", etc. He goes out in the street, taking on the phone, still, but has the camera (I assumed) pointing in my direction, the whole time, right. I stood up straight, and put my hands on both hips, to show authority, and he soon leaves, etc.
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PHONE STALKING:  Targeted Individual Stealing Biofrequency 4G LTE Cell Phone Implant Operation
New Phone Stalking Video
WEBSITE: Backyard Brains
Ever wondered the purpose of the nano-particles with which we are being covertly attacked?  The illustration below shows a screen, could be a device, even a phone that would read the signals from your brain. This is probably not "future technology" and its probably not limited to particles attaching themselves to the brain. These silicon particles can probably communicate any of the body's electrical signals using specific frequencies or US (ultrasound). The particles could be carbon nanotubes, gold, silver, or a number of hybrid biological/silicon/genetic structures.
In the past, to record individual neurons in a human brain, you need to open the skull and insert electrodes or attach electrodes to the scalp. But as electronics become smaller and more energy-efficient, "Nano-Amplifier-Bots" could be ingested that cross the blood brain barrier, attach to neurons, and wirelessly transmit neurosignals.
Police are at my door! What should I do?
Don’t be intimidated by police at your door. These rules will help protect your rights and improve your odds of avoiding a home search.
No Warrant, No Search!
The Supreme Court has ruled that the home is entitled to maximum search protection. Even if they have probable cause to believe something illegal is going on inside your home, the 4th Amendment requires police to get a signed search warrant from a judge to legally enter and search.

This is a great video to help understand some of the things Tesla invented that are now being used as weapons against us. He even realized how frequencies could be used to control emotional and mental states of entire communities of people.  He also was very naive and gave it to several governments who developed into destructive weapons including mind control.
Book:On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena
On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena
by Nikola Tesla (Author)
Nikola Tesla was one of history’s greatest scientists, and though he is best known for his pioneering work with electricity, the fact that he is mostly remembered solely for that actually does a disservice to his legacy. Born a Serb in the Austrian Empire, Tesla came to the United States and worked in a laboratory for none other than the Wizard of Menlo Park, Thomas Edison.

It was through his work on behalf of Edison that Tesla flourished and became a well-known figure in his own right. His work there helped him establish financial backing for his own projects, particularly the design of AC (alternating current) as a system for supplying electricity. This later put him at odds with Edison, who championed DC (direct current), but Tesla’s model would come out on top as the 19th century came to a close.
Having established AC as an electrical supply system, Tesla became a global celebrity, and his devices and inventions fascinated people. Tesla tinkered with everything from X-rays to wireless communications and even attempted a primitive form of the radio. While Tesla was not able to execute the devices and concepts he foresaw, his forward thinking in fields like wireless communication certainly proved prescient, and his futuristic devices and his later reputation for eccentricity helped create the “mad scientist” image that still remains a pop culture fixture. Tesla seemed to have come to grips with this aspect of his legacy late in life, noting, “The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter — for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way.”

Radio Frequency Wireless Technology in Medical Devices - FDA

Electromagnetic limits to radiofrequency (RF) neuronal telemetry
Wireless communication with implanted medical devices using the conductive properties of the body
Wearable and autonomous biomedical devices and systems: Issues and characterization
Cochlear Implants: System Design, Integration and Evaluation - NCBI
RFID Technology for Human Implant Devices Technologie RFID
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:  Your Wireless Body Area Network is combined with Artificial Intelligence

 TECHNOLOGY: Names, Institutions, Facts, Data stored in DNA!
New record for storing digital data in DNA
July 11, 2016

The DNA in every cell of your body houses an unfathomable amount of information. Harnessing such storage capabilities for the next generation of digital data storage has been the subject of studies for years, and now a team made up of researchers from Microsoft and the University of Washington has broken a new record, managing to store and retrieve 200 MB of data on strands of DNA.

Scientists are increasingly looking to nature's hard drive, DNA, as a potential solution to both the capacity and longevity problems. As our own bodies demonstrate, DNA is an incredibly dense storage medium, potentially squeezing in a mind-boggling 5.5 petabits (125,000 GB) of information per cubic millimeter. By that measure, according to University of Washington professor, Luis Ceze, all 700 exabytes of today's accessible internet would fit into a space the size of a shoebox.

The UW and Microsoft team, collaborating with Twist Bioscience, were able to encode the data onto the DNA strands by taking advantage of the similarities between DNA's natural code and the binary language of computer code.

"Interestingly, DNA already has a digital 'flavor,' as it has four bases and molecules that 'stick' to each other in a very programmable way," says Ceze. "So the first step in storing digital data into DNA is to map strings of 1s and 0s into strings of As, Cs, Gs and Ts."

Using Polymerase Chain Reaction techniques, the team assigns "addresses" to the sequences to help them find the desired data later. From there, DNA sequences are chemically manufactured, using a silicon-based DNA synthesis substrate that is able to make several sequences simultaneously. Once complete, the DNA is put in a test tube and dehydrated, where, if kept away from light and heat, it can potentially remain for thousands of years.

Reading the data requires a DNA sequencer, which reads the sequence of As, Cs, Gs and Ts, and algorithms which translate that back into the original digital data. "Despite being reliable, DNA writing and reading have errors, just like hard drives and electronic memories have errors, so we needed to develop error-correcting codes to reliably retrieve data," says Ceze. In doing so, not a single byte of information was lost.
 TECHNOLOGY:  Device in the THz range
A new generation of electron devices makes waves, trillions of them each second
July 12, 2016

Normal radios operate in kilohertz (kHz) and megahertz (MHz) frequencies, bandwidths corresponding to electromagnetic oscillations in the thousands and millions of cycles per second ranges, respectively. Upping the ante, cell phones and radar systems operate in the billions of cycles per second range—that is, gigahertz (GHz) frequencies. But no one has managed to push radiofrequency technology into the trillions of cycles per second, or Terahertz (THz), range. With the Terahertz (THz) Electronics Program, however, DARPA has begun to make it possible. And as graphically depicted in the attached DARPA “fight” poster—fashioned after a promotion for the legendary bout in 1975 between Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier in Manila, the Philippines—two promising and powerful approaches are dueling it out for possible dominance in this high-frequency electromagnetic frontier.

In one corner is the Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA), which in 2014 was certified by Guinness World Records as the world’s fastest solid state chip, able to operate at THz speeds. This device, made of the semiconductor indium phosphide (InP), also can boost the power of a wide swath of incoming signals some thirtyfold (that’s what the “15 dB GAIN” spec in the poster indicates). In the other corner is a micromachined Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier (TWTA), a miniaturized device that relies on a tiny vacuum chamber in which electrons and radio signals interact. This wee bruiser can boost the power of a narrower range of THz frequencies by a factor of about 200 and was a celebrated darling of the 2016 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference.

Of course, in reality this need not be a fight. “Really, the two contenders, both of them made by Northrop Grumman, are working as a tag team to collectively smack down the technical barriers that until now have made many THz applications impossible to realize,” said Dev Palmer, the DARPA program manager who has overseen the two-pronged research effort. “Together, the world-record SSPA and highly-acclaimed TWTA open the way to a THz future featuring devices that can generate, detect, process, and radiate extremely high-frequency signals, and push what is possible in areas ranging from high-resolution security imaging, collision-avoidance radar, high data rate communications, and remote detection systems for dangerous chemicals and explosives.”

Image Caption: The poster depicts two leading contenders in the bid to take radio technology into the terahertz (THz) bandwidth in which more information than ever can be communicated faster than ever. The abbreviations spell out this way: SSPA, Solid State Power Amplifier; TWTA, Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier; InP, Indium Phosphide; CW, continuous wave (as opposed to pulsed operation); dB, decibels (a unit associated here with a radio signal’s power level).
HEALTH: Microwaves cause diabetes!!
Targeted Individuals are being microwaved and given diabetes. Some have stalkers on their roof or people in the next house or apartment who radiate them mercilessly over time and suddenly minerals such as magnesium, potassium calcium, phosphorus, sodium and chlorine have disappeared from their bodies.  Low magnesium may lead to development of diabetes.

Can Smart Meter EMFs Dirty Electricity Cause Type 3 Diabetes?
July 11, 2016

Diabetes, according to former FDA toxicologist Dr Dana Flavin, MD, PhD, has increased 700 percent over the years! As of 2014, the CDC stated that 9.3 percent of the U.S. population had diabetes: 21 million diagnosed and 8.1 million undiagnosed. Diabetes usually is diagnosed as Type 1 or Type 2 but, according to Dr Magda Havas, PhD, there is a third type of diabetes that needs to become mainstreamed information. It results from exposure to electromagnetic frequencies. Dr Havas ought to know what she’s talking about since she works at the Centre for Health Studies and Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University, Petersborough, ON, Canada.
  • Type 1 “Childhood” diabetes usually is genetic and affects 5 to 10 percent of diabetics.
  • Type 2 “Adult onset” diabetes usually results from lifestyle issues and affects 90 to 95 percent of diabetics.
  • Type 3 “Environment” diabetes which is caused by dirty electricity emitted by microwave EMFs, including those from AMI Smart Meters retrofitted as replacements for EMF-free analog meters.
People who use electronic tread mills, which generate dirty electricity, have blood sugar levels impacted by those EMFs proven by testing. If you use a tread mill, maybe you ought to check out what’s coming off of it in the way of EMFs by using an electrosmog-type hand-held meter. Furthermore, Dr Havas suggests that the tread mill could become an accepted medical test for diagnosing Type 3 diabetes.

In 2008, Dr Havas published the paper “Dirty electricity elevates blood sugar among electrically sensitive diabetics and may explain brittle diabetes”. In the Abstract of that paper we find:

   Transient electromagnetic fields (dirty electricity), in the kilohertz range on electrical wiring, may be contributing to elevated blood sugar levels among diabetics and pre-diabetics. [….] Based on estimates of people who suffer from symptoms of electrical hypersensitivity (3-35%), as many as 5-60 million diabetics worldwide may be affected. [….] Reducing exposure to electromagnetic pollution by avoidance or with specially designed GS filters may enable some diabetics to better regulate their blood sugar with less medication and borderline or pre-diabetics to remain non diabetic longer.

What’s “brittle diabetes,” you may be wondering.

Brittle diabetes is a sub-type of type 1 diabetes. Brittle diabetes mellitus (or labile diabetes) is a term used to describe particularly hard to control type 1 diabetes. Those people who have brittle diabetes will experience frequent, extreme swings in blood glucose levels, causing hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia.

MORGELLONS:  Filamentation in Bacteria (fibers)
Many people who have Morgellons find fibers in their sores. This is not as mysterious as it may seem.  Some bacteria produce filaments as part of their regular life cycle, some filament under stressful conditions. Morgellons bacteria has been engineered to filament.
What is Filamenation?
Filamentation is the anomalous growth of certain bacteria, such as E. coli, in which cells continue to elongate but do not divide (no septa formation). The cells that result from elongation without division have multiple chromosomal copies. Bacterial filamentation is often observed as a result of bacteria responding to various stresses, including DNA damage or inhibition of replication. This may happen, for example, while responding to extensive DNA damage through the SOS response system. Nutritional changes may also cause bacterial filamentation. Some of the key genes involved in filamentation in E.coli include sulA and minCD. The following genes have been connected to virulence using the G. mellonella infection model: BCR1,FLO8, KEM1, SUV3 and TEC1. These genes are required for biofilm development from filamentation. Filamentation properties are argued to be necessary in virulence. The biofilm of bacteria is also connected to the organism’s virulence. Filamentation is a survival strategy that protects bacteria from stressors such as host effectors and protist predators. The strategy of filamentation is known to protect bacteria from antibiotic medicines taken by the host.
Why Do Bacteria Filament?
Streptomyces coelicolor (false colored). Source: Nora Ausmees, Univ. of Uppsala
Some bacteria naturally grow as filaments, e.g., members of the actinomycetes. Many others, e.g., E. coli and B. subtilis, make filaments only when under stress — a fact that has been known for about one hundred years but is still a bit of a mystery. Many kinds of stress can prompt this response, including DNA damage that elicits the SOS response, partial inhibition of cell wall synthesis by antibiotics, and the expression of certain thermosensitive mutations affecting cell division (called fts mutants for "filament forming temperature sensitive"). So general is this phenomenon that, over 30 years ago, we commented in a review: …it seems possible that any chemical at some concentration, whether attainable in the laboratory or not, can cause filament formation. (When the great geneticist, Rollin Hotchkiss, heard of this, he muttered: How depressing!) Be that as it may, filamentation is to bacteria what fever is to children.
A Ultrathin section of an E. coli temperature-sensitive mutant grown at 42°C for 45 minutes. Scale bar: 1 mm. Source. B Schematic drawing of a mutant defective in decatenation of progeny chromosomes. The DNA does not segregate but remains as a mass in the center of the cell. Source: Schaechter M, Ingraham JL, and Neidhardt FC (2006). Microbe, p.182
Filaments, in both bacteria and fungi, result when rod-shaped cells cease to divide but continue to grow. In many cases, growth can continue for quite a while and at a rapid speed, resulting in long and often healthy-looking filaments. Nucleoids continue to segregate and are spaced normally along the filament. (Some folks like to call this polyploidy, but multinucleate seems more appropriate.) Apparently, under some circumstances, cell division is a dispensable process — at least for a while.
To show how indifferent cell growth can be to whether a cell divides or not, cells also become filamentous when decatenation of their intertwined progeny chromosomes is inhibited by mutation or by drugs. Given the pleiotropic nature of the response, it has proven difficult to figure out why cell division is so much more delicate than the rest of the cell's functions.
For now, let's leave questions of mechanism aside and ask instead, how this phenomenon matters in the ecology of these organisms. This question has recently been examined in an article from Scott Hultgren's lab. The article goes a long way towards making sense of why bacteria might have developed such a strategy. It is pleasurable reading, illustrated with many exciting instances. Their examples suggest that filamentation can confer protection against grazing predators (including phagocytes in mammalian hosts), resistance to intracellular killing, swarming motility to evade immune cells, and insensitivity to some antibiotics and other inimical agents.
Making filaments to avoid grazing by predatory protists is often seen in marine and other environments. In general, bacteria longer than 7 μm are inedible by many protists, and filamentation occurs in direct response to effectors produced by the predators. In other cases, e.g., in some Proteus, filamentation is part of their life cycle. These organisms "swarm" intermittently on agar as well as on the surface of catheters. The pathogenic E. coli that cause urinary tract infections invade the epithelial cells of the bladder, and there they transform into filaments some 50 times the normal length. This strategy enables these filamenting bacteria (and others) to survive engulfment by phagocytic cells. Also, at body temperatures, Legionella make phagocytosis-resistant biolfilms composed of filamentous cells.
Filamentous E. coli on infected mouse bladder cells. The bacteria were stained with a red fluorescent nucleic acid dye (ToPro3) and examined under a laser scanning confocal fluorescent microscope. Scale bar: 30 μm. Source.
After completing their extensive survey, the authors conclude that filamentation is a survival tactic employed by diverse bacteria under a variety of conditions. Considering the reliance of some pathogens on filamentation, they suggest that drugs blocking filament formation may be useful against specific pathogens. We thank the authors for calling attention to the broad ecological aspects of this distinctive bacterial (and fungal) talent.
MORGELLONS:  Hope for Fungal Infections
New Hope For Immunocompromised Individuals With Drug-resistant Fungal Infections
The researchers found that when antifungals or Hsp90 inhibitors are used individually, they are ineffective; however, when paired they form a deadly duo. Not only did this work in a test tube, but it also worked to cure a lethal infection in an invertebrate model of fungal disease. On the left, are greater wax moth (Galleria mellonella) larvae that are light colored and healthy while on the right are those that were killed by a deadly fungus. Amazingly, the drug combination can rescue 100% of the larvae.  Credit: Copyright 2009 National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A.
Even the most drug-resistant fungi can be eradicated in multiple in vitro and in vivo models using a lethal combination of an antifungal agent and inhibition of the heat shock protein Hsp90, according to a new study by Whitehead Institute and University of Toronto researchers.
The findings could enable development of novel antifungal therapies for patients with compromised immune systems. Immunocompromised individuals--including HIV, chemotherapy, and organ transfer patients--with resistant fungal infections suffer mortality rates ranging from 50 to 90 percent.
The development of effective antifungal drugs is limited by humans' close evolutionary relationship with fungi, and, in recent years, fungi's ever-evolving resistance to existing drugs. Former Lindquist postdoctoral researcher and lead author of this study, Leah Cowen, explains: "The drugs just don't wipe out the infection. So you wind up with a small population of fungi living in a host that is exposed to the drug for a long time, which favors evolution of drug resistance."
The researchers found that when antifungals or Hsp90 inhibitors are used individually, they are ineffective; however, when paired they form a deadly duo. "When you combine the two, you reduce Hsp90 function enough that the fungi can no longer mount the crucial stress responses to antifungals required for survival," says Cowen. "So you cripple the fungus by severely compromising its stress responses."
According to Lindquist, "This is an entirely new strategy for making fungi susceptible to preexisting drugs and for preventing fungi from deploying the resistance mechanisms, which they have evolved against those compounds. It could make the difference between life and death."
Journal Reference:
  1. Leah E. Cowen, Sheena D. Singh, Julia R. Köhler, Cathy Collins, Aimee K. Zaas, Wiley A. Schell, Hamza Aziz, Eleftherios Mylonakis, John R. Perfect, Luke Whitesell, and Susan Lindquist. Harnessing Hsp90 function as a powerful, broadly effective therapeutic strategy for fungal infectious disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2009; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0813394106
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. "New Hope For Immunocompromised Individuals With Drug-resistant Fungal Infections." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 10 February 2009. <>.
Keep Your Spiritual Thoughts
Colossians 3:12-14 
"Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly
loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness,
humility, gentleness and patience.  Bear with each
other and forgive one another if any of you has a
grievance against someone.  Forgive as the Lord
forgave you.  And over all these virtues put on love
which binds them all together in perfect unity."
Comment:  There is enough evil in the world that we
have no control over.  One thing we can do is ask God to help us treat each other with grace and dignity.-C.C.
Protest in China against Directed Energy Weapons on June 20, 2016.

Next Portland, Oregon meeting happens on:
Sunday August 7, 2016

Hollywood Branch Public Library
4040 NE Tillamook
Portland, Oregon
Please contact Amy

  Optional restaurant dinner after the library meeting

Hollywood Branch Library
4040 NE Tillamook
Portland, Oregon
We meet in the large meeting room in the back of the library
Please contact Amy
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Covert Harassment UK
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LINQSTAT: Microwave (RF) Protection for You
We are sending in an order, so please let Neal know you will be needing to order Linqstat. Please do not send money yet, just email Neal about how much you need.
If you have a tent, you can just tape some pieces of Linqstat together and drape them over the tent. You could make it the exact shape as the rain cover. You can ground it to an outlet, to a ground with a banana clip or attach a TENS electrode to it to create an energy field across the surface. Using a tent structure that's already got places to attach the Linqstat make it a lot easier. You can even get a simple one and put it on your bed to drape the Lingstat over. LINK TO GROUNDING CLIPS
This is a very high quality RF shielding material. It should be grounded so that any radio frequency will dead end at the ground. It doesn't out gas, does not break down & is completely nontoxic! Linqstat is a very stable carbon loaded product. It is the carbon which blocks microwaves.
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