posted on Jun, 24 2007 @ 05:08 PM
I think "directed energy weapons" is a bit much of a description for the objects on this website.
For the first few gadgets, it looks like he tossed together a telephone chip with a few basic bits and pieces grafted onto it to provide some really
basic but irritating functions. None of which are black magic, more like something a bright high schooler might do, if he didn't actually have to
have his product pass FCC restrictions.
The rest are noisemakers, most of which I've seen published in hobbyist magazines. I have a "cricket" module which we did for fun one afternoon
which has this stuff beat. Sounds and acts like a cricket. You stick it up under someone's coffee table or whatnot, and you just can't find it. Turn
on the light and it stops for a random amount of time.
Then he has some luridly labeled chemicals which are mostly available from the drug store, the rest you could at one time get from prank stores.
Croton oil, syrup of ipecac, scatole, butyric acid and the like all of which is easily obtained. This website has the same stuff you can get from the
back pages of comics, only hyped up to seem impressive. Including the BS that the crap he sells "has been adapted from the many gadgets used by
intelligence operatives". I think not.