posted on May, 9 2012 @ 11:56 PM
Originally posted by emberscott
If you can transmit it. It can be received. Amplitude insures the integrity of the signal when it is received. Cellphones and bdas as amplifiers? Of
What you need to do if you you wish to stop the signal is line the interior of a microwave oven, faraday cage, with aluminum foil and for good measure
paint the exterior with a heavily leaded paint.
Two things (since this is what I do)... For a time, I designed weapons, now I design countermeasures ;-) You can't make the world a better place by
beating everyone over the head with a stick, one person at a time.
If you can receive it, you can stop it. It's called destructive interference. Any signal that can be sent at you can be inverted and combined with
that incoming signal, you just have to determine what you are going to use as an antenna. I chose to the use the skin which makes you mobile as it
should be while still retaining the protection afforded from EMF Shielding.
You can't run around easily in a Faraday Cage. They are generally stationary objects that require a good ground. You may be able to coat yourself in
a very fine aluminum mesh that has openings smaller than a millimeter and still be able see (marginally), but you still have to ground that mesh. Now
maybe a 12" spike in the ground will do that for you, if you're on dirt, but not on concrete or asphalt. And we have the mobility problem, if you
think it's bad for women in 6" CFMPs (Come F*** Me Pumps), imagine what a 12" spike would be like running from your local storm troopers.
If you just want to make a highly effective stationary Faraday Cage, foil in the walls, 1mm mesh screen (opening size) in the floor, foil in the roof,
connect it all and leave NO openings, ground everything. You'll be protected to 200ghz and higher (more than likely to a terrahertz since the mesh is
only in the floor).
Cheers - Dave