posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 07:04 PM
Any time someone tells you something invisibly small (you might eat it, drink it, or receive it in an injection) will be receiving or transmitting
radio signals, always understand that it's a lie.
You can't, in general, transmit or receive radio signals inside a human body. More so if you don't have a lot of power to work with. Because you're
a bag of salt water. That makes for huge impedance steps and lots of dissipation.
Worse, the antenna for a radio signal has to be proportional to the wavelength of the signal sent. You can't make a microscopic radio antenna.
This guy is a putz. Don't waste brain cells on it.