| | Re: Is there any harmful effect from wifi (802.11.x) radiation? Any definitive proof?
"D. C. Sessions" <email@example.com> wrote in news:jaovq5-odm.ln1
> DanS wrote:
>> Calorie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>>> You see, there is shadow electromagnetic wave too and this is
>>> coupled to normal em wave and since our body has a shadow
>>> matter component in some of the signalling and maintainance
>>> of global coherence, then some windows of em wave (elf or
>>> high frequency) can disturb the physical body. Get it?
>>> This is something clear yet denied by Copenhagen based
>>> physicists.. those shut up and calculate type who only
>>> follow certain old dogma and comprise most of the physicists
>>> and followers replying to your message here.
>> Unfortunately, no matter how you state it, these are, afterall, just
> You're giving them FAR too much credit. A "theory" is a hypothesis
> that has survived a fair bit of testing. Like, for instance, Newton's
> Theory of Gravity.
> Since Carole's material doesn't even meet the requirements for a
> testable hypothesis, it's down in the "wild-assed guess" or
> "scribbles on a napkin after the chemically-fueled party" ballpark.
I realize it is some of the most far-out BS I've ever read. Come on...26-
dimensions and a parallel universe.....I was just trying to be P.C.
The thing is, people get paid to come up with this stuff....can you
believe it ?