posted on Jan, 24 2010 @ 03:37 PM
reply to post by I.C. Weiner
Yeah, funnily enough - eye witness accounts and videos are not evidence of anything. Does actual science rely solely on eye witness accounts and
youtube, or do they use actual equipment to measure, and peer-review their papers? Tesla didn't document any of his outlandish 'technologies',
therefore there was no peer review, and no science
. If there's no science, you can't say whether someone is right or wrong - to assume he's
right is abject irrationality.
I know how WEP, WPA, and WPA2 work. And no, if you don't have a key to that network, you can't get any traffic to or from it, save the packets
required for associating with the network. You must have a second network connection, or be already connected to your wireless network when
re-entering the key. WiFi isn't magic, though you seem to think it is.
The amount of energy in a WiFi signal is pathetically small. That's why the range is so short, and can be easily blocked by a wall or even a TV.
Fire up a poorly-shielded microwave, and watch your WiFi signal disappear instantly. There is simply not enough power being emitted from a WiFi base
station to power anything
, as the drain of a battery will be far greater than any power that could be gained from the EMF.
It seems you don't know as much about WiFi or EMF as you think.