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Simon Legrand and his friend notice a strange energy in the air while walking past Google offices in London, he then records the effect is has on his hair
A bizarre video has emerged of a man walking into a beam of static electricity outside Google’s offices in London.
Simon Legrand and a friend were walking past the tech giant’s office building on Friday night when they say they felt a “strong electric field” and decided to film their experience.
As Simon walks towards the building his hair visibly rises from his head and he says he can feel a buzzing sensation on his forehead.
Seconds after the demonstration Simon’s friend holds his phone up high and it starts crackling.
“Initially it didn't hurts us, just surprised us. Then it seemed to intensify and my phone started crackling and the video cut. My friend got a strong electric shock from holding my phone up high” Simon later wrote online.
originally posted by: CraftBuilder
originally posted by: stormcell
Sounds like a microwave beam - that's why they call it "ionizing radiation".
Microwaves are non-ionizing radiation.
originally posted by: smurfy
Yes, but microwaves still destabilise the atom, the form is just a lower energy order of EM.