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Can this be real? (Heat Ray / ADS - "corona" generator)


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55 minutes ago, Groundrabbit said:

Hi there,

I wonder if anyone knows anything about this phenomenon. It's called "heatray" and it could be used to generate corona??

 

 

David Icke believes so ... The effect is real ...I haven't looked deeply into it ... whether or not  5G phone network can be used to cause "corona" is not clear 

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This is from wikipedia:

The ADS works by firing a high-powered (100 kW output power)[13] beam of 95 GHz waves at a target, which corresponds to a wavelength of 3.2 mm.[14] The ADS millimeter wave energy works on a similar principle as a microwave oven, exciting the water and fat molecules in the skin, and instantly heating them via dielectric heating.

100.000 watts.. are you kidding? Thats much more than 5G will do. It's even on a much higher frequency... And no device for sale under $30.000 to detect it

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Hey, very good and interesting topic.

   Very plausible if you ask me. Same idea as having an isotope left out of the RT ( NDT welding) lead casing.

   

   I've heard of a case locally when a manager found a bare isotope (shiny) in a plant, put it in his pocket, once in the office he gave it to the secretary, she puts it in the desk drawer thinking it was cool and shiny. No one knew what it was until someone came in and noticed what she had was VERY DANGEROUS. Quite a few ended up with major cancer and died shortly later. Another case I heard about was a few years back, an NDT truck was travelling throughout a major city (red lights, rush hour, pedestrians) with a bare isotope in the back of the tuck. Only god knows how many ended up with cancer because of incompetence that day. 

 

Just to show, a 3 letter team surely can come up with a similar idea and for a specific agenda. 

It's an eyeopener for sure.

Cheers

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