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I[capacitating Effect: Microwave Heatitrg Body heating to mimic a fever is the natule ofthe R.F incapacitation. The objective is to provide heating in a very controlled way so that the body receives nearly uniform heating and no organs are damaged. Core temperatwes approximately 41o C are considered to be adequate. At such temperature a considerably changed demeanor will take place with the individual. Most p€ople, under feve! conditions, become much less aggrcssive; some people may become more initable. The subjective sensations produced by this buildup of heat are far more unpleasant than those accompanying fever. In hlperthermia all the effector processes are stmined to the utrnost, whereas in fever they axe not. It is also possible that microwave h,?erthermia (even with only a 1' C increase in brain temperature) may disrupt working memory, thus resulting in disorientatio
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Application of the microwave hearing technology could facilitate a private message
transmission. It may be useful to provide a disruptive condition to a person not aware of
the technology. Not only might it be disruptive to the sense of hearing, it could be
psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard "voices within one's head. "
There are many degrees of epileptic seizure in diseased persons, and it seems reasonable
that electromagnetic stimulation of neural syrchrony might be tunable with regard to the type
and degree of bodily influence, depending on the parameters associated with the chosen
stimulus. Because there are no actual data to build on, these statements must be
considered tentative. It is known that in the study of photic-induced seizures, parameters
can be varied so that the individual under study does not actually undergo a grand mal
seizure. This knowledge gives confidence that the proposed technology would be tunable.
Distribution of Human Sensitivities to Desired Effects
It is anticipated that 100% ofthe population would be susceptible. The mechanism is one
that could act orl many individual neuronal cells concurrently and hence does not depend
on spreading regions ofelectrical activity as in the disease state.
t. The radiant energy is absorbed into the tissue and, as a
result of rapid thermal expansion following a short (l nanosecond to 0.1 millisecond)
laser radiation pulse, a pressure wave is generated that may result in explosive tissue
originally posted by: Starcrossd
psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard "voices within one's head.