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Offline TheElectricChicken

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2015, 10:26:41 am »
Here is a cheaper way to protect yourself from the ongoing constant leak of radiation into the ocean (and environment ) from fukushima http://strangetruenews.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/obama-approves-raising-permissible.html

For that first one, the old one, if the cloth was cheap and comfortable it would be a good idea. If you look through the iphone or any phone operating manual it says things like do not hold closer than 150mm to any part of your body.

I mean it all sound hogwash at first, but look at the actual fact that 100 year ago, only about 1 in 50 australians get cancer, but today, it's 1 in 3. Just ignore that fact, otherwise you have to ask why. Until you get cancer you don't care, but after that, you know.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2015, 10:46:45 am »
Yeah, it has nothing to do with the fact that people live almost twice as long as they did a hundred years ago, or that we are better at diagnosing...  nothing at all.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2015, 12:10:07 pm »
Yeah, it has nothing to do with the fact that people live almost twice as long as they did a hundred years ago, or that we are better at diagnosing...  nothing at all.

Here is hilarious quest for you. If you look at any industry then you can look at good part or you can look at bad part. Now you seem to me to be the kind of person who can say there is something good about the cancer industry. So here is challenge, pick the best positive video from this neutral search terms submitted to youtube. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=cancer+industry

All it say is cancer industry, not scam. not conspiracy, nothing. Same as auto industry or electric industry. So now find a positive video please.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2015, 07:07:28 am »
Unless you are in areas with high background level radiation, you will not need anti-radiation underpants
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2015, 07:09:24 am »
Plus in most countries the radiation from fukishima is very low and doesn't make any difference in background levels
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2015, 09:04:33 am »
Plus in most countries the radiation from fukishima is very low and doesn't make any difference in background levels

says who ?
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2015, 09:17:21 am »
Why do you talk about Fukushima "radiation" (should say: "radioactive fallout" or "alpha emitters" or something) and then cell phone operating manuals in same post?  :bullshit:
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #8 on: August 15, 2015, 09:28:01 am »
Why do you talk about Fukushima "radiation" (should say: "radioactive fallout" or "alpha emitters" or something) and then cell phone operating manuals in same post?  :bullshit:

But if I didn't do that you'd have nothing to talk about.  You should ALWAYS include errors, especially if you are making a video, writing a book, or making a speech. Otherwise there is nothing to excite and please the people who look for these things.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #9 on: August 15, 2015, 10:28:53 am »
It's disturbing to see that technically-minded people in this forum seem to believe that silver strings in your underwear could protect you from ionizing radiation.
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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #10 on: August 15, 2015, 12:08:08 pm »
It's disturbing to see that technically-minded people in this forum seem to believe that silver strings in your underwear could protect you from ionizing radiation.

I dunno about that kind of radiation, but a faraday cage would protect you against RF radiation, so any part thereof will at the very least annoy the radiowaves that are trying to get to your goodies.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #11 on: August 15, 2015, 01:37:57 pm »
It's disturbing to see that technically-minded people in this forum seem to believe that silver strings in your underwear could protect you from ionizing radiation.

I dunno about that kind of radiation, but a faraday cage would protect you against RF radiation, so any part thereof will at the very least annoy the radiowaves that are trying to get to your goodies.

Most faraday cages I've seen are closed. These pants have at least 3 holes in them where radio waves can enter.
Unless you happen to be Spongebob Squarepants, once the radio waves enter the your torso or legs from an angle, these pants have decent focusing properties, just like a satellite dish.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #12 on: August 15, 2015, 02:38:59 pm »
I dunno about that kind of radiation, but a faraday cage would protect you against RF radiation, so any part thereof will at the very least annoy the radiowaves that are trying to get to your goodies.

Most faraday cages I've seen are closed. These pants have at least 3 holes in them where radio waves can enter.
Unless you happen to be Spongebob Squarepants, once the radio waves enter the your torso or legs from an angle, these pants have decent focusing properties, just like a satellite dish.

Hmm, well I'm not spongebob squarepants, so that won't work for me. If I can't annoy the radiowaves as they pass through my clothing, can I excite the radiowaves as they pass through ?

For example, if radiowaves hit the back of this silver outfit

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #13 on: August 15, 2015, 07:54:16 pm »

Hmm, well I'm not spongebob squarepants, so that won't work for me. If I can't annoy the radiowaves as they pass through my clothing, can I excite the radiowaves as they pass through ?

For example, if radiowaves hit the back of this silver outfit



Not sure if it would exite the radio waves.
But I'm inclined to believe it would surely exite roughly 50% of the observers capable of detecting the 700 - 400 nanometers range.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #14 on: August 15, 2015, 11:08:12 pm »
I'm surprised they didn't just Google it before they did the Indiegogo campaign.  These products are all over the internet:
http://www.lessemf.com/personal.html
Hats, shirts, sheets, underwear, you name it.:-DD

Several years ago at work this topic came up.  People were concerned that working with "high power" microwave (around 10 watts) might be dangerous.  Especially some engineers from China said they wore some sort of shielding smocks at work and why didn't we have them?

This caused lots a discussions.  We finally ended up getting a radiation hazard detector:
https://www.narda-sts.com/en/safety/products/human-safety/

We probed around and found that unless you were closer than a centimeter or so, the radiation was so small it didn't even register.

Turned out the things that gave off the most radiation in the company was the rfid card readers we had at the entrance doors.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #15 on: August 16, 2015, 02:57:14 am »
Full Faraday cage protective suits were (maybe still are?) a real thing for US Navy crewmen working on ship decks in areas where they would be exposed to dangerous levels of microwave energy from shipboard radar. I have one that I found at a local military surplus store, along with its technical manual. I don't have the original overalls that go over it, though.

http://www.nf6x.net/2007/05/us-navy-microwave-protective-clothing/

I walked by the suit hanging there in the store a few times without noticing it, until I brushed against it and felt a static shock on my arm. Some part of my mind took a moment to process that I just pulled a spark from clothing (which turned out to be highly conductive and hanging on the end of a metal shelf unit), and I backed up to take a closer look. I just had to buy it once I saw what it was!
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #16 on: August 16, 2015, 04:31:26 am »


Not sure if it would exite the radio waves.
But I'm inclined to believe it would surely exite roughly 50% of the observers capable of detecting the 700 - 400 nanometers range.

(insert comment about agreeing as an excuse to repost that picture again)
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #17 on: August 16, 2015, 07:18:11 am »
Seeing as the model is wearing something made from basically plastic with some thin aluminium layer on it that is slightly reflective, but in such small pieces that most RF is of a longer wavelength than the piece dimension, it will do almost no absorption or reflection at microwave frequencies or lower. You can put the RFID card in anywhere in that thing and it will still work, and if she has her cellphone in the standard place it will still work.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #18 on: August 16, 2015, 10:08:31 am »
Seeing as the model is wearing something made from basically plastic with some thin aluminium layer on it that is slightly reflective, but in such small pieces[......]

Mm, that's an excuse to look at it again...
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #19 on: August 20, 2015, 04:05:40 am »
Here is a cheaper way to protect yourself from the ongoing constant leak of radiation into the ocean (and environment ) from fukushima http://strangetruenews.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/obama-approves-raising-permissible.html

For that first one, the old one, if the cloth was cheap and comfortable it would be a good idea. If you look through the iphone or any phone operating manual it says things like do not hold closer than 150mm to any part of your body.

I mean it all sound hogwash at first, but look at the actual fact that 100 year ago, only about 1 in 50 australians get cancer, but today, it's 1 in 3. Just ignore that fact, otherwise you have to ask why. Until you get cancer you don't care, but after that, you know.

Do you think living in a fantasy world and distracting from research on actual causes of cancer does any good? Eating a single banana exposes you to many times the radiation, in a far more dangerous way (internally!), than you will ever see from fukushima. But its easier to yell about conspiracies than deal with the real world, especially when you don't even know the difference between ionizing radiation and RF.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #20 on: August 20, 2015, 06:30:54 am »
Do you think living in a fantasy world and distracting from research on actual causes of cancer does any good? Eating a single banana exposes you to many times the radiation, in a far more dangerous way (internally!), than you will ever see from fukushima. But its easier to yell about conspiracies than deal with the real world, especially when you don't even know the difference between ionizing radiation and RF.

There are far too many documentaries to list when it comes to the cancer INDUSTRY. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=cancer+industry+documentary

Fukushima according to this planet and reality is dumping radiation across the globe. It's not conspiracy, it's just take any look at any website or ask any scientist or anyone. Universities all across california monitored the fallout from fukushima, and it has not ended. Years later, it is STILL dumping radiation into the ocean. What is the political cure for radiation ? Increase the amount which is considered 'normal' background radiation. Presto, everything is once again normal.

The USA did it to fix the fallout,
http://strangetruenews.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/obama-approves-raising-permissible.html
Japan did it to fix the fallout
http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2011/s3225020.htm
in fact, "Governments Worldwide Raise Acceptable Radiation Levels".
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/01/governments-worldwide-raise-acceptable-radiation-levels-based-upon-politics-not-science.html

So up goes thyroid cancer in the USA
http://www.integrativecanceranswers.com/fukushima-nuclear-disaster-increased-thyroid-cancer-in-u-s/
Up in Japan 6,000 %
http://enenews.com/officials-6000-increase-thyroid-cancer-rate-among-fukushima-children-asahi-16-new-cases-detected-first-3-months-2015-professor-urgent-countermeasures-against-suspected-outbreak-necessary-govt
It's up everywhere. Dur
http://thyroid.about.com/od/symptomsrisks/a/Why-Are-So-Many-People-Getting-Thyroid-Disease.htm
"FUKUSHIMA DUMPED 200 CUBIC MILES OF RADIOACTIVE WATER INTO THE PACIFIC"
http://havacuppahemlock1.blogspot.com.au/2015/07/fukushima-dumped-200-cubic-miles-of.html
and if you think that the water has stopped being dumped, you're wrong.
https://randrewohge.wordpress.com/2015/08/01/fukushima-no-its-not-over-not-by-a-long-shot-just-follow-the-money-video/
http://www.naturalnews.com/050707_fukushima_radioactive_soil_typhoon_nangka.html


 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #21 on: August 20, 2015, 06:34:10 am »


and that's the game.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #22 on: August 20, 2015, 06:37:38 am »
I almost forgot one thing.

Yep, no radiation on her. Still, I'd have to turn off the lights and work out if she glows in the dark, you know, for science' sake. Ahh, the things we do for science.
 

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #23 on: August 20, 2015, 09:52:56 am »


and that's the game.

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By the end of December, 2013, the consensus of Fukushima medical experts were agreed that the apparently-elevated child thyroid cancer rate in the prefecture was probably not due to the accident. Generally, they said it was too soon to judge that Fukushima radiation was the culprit and the new national data seemed to confirm their opinion. They continued to stress it was unlikely that the cancers are due to the nuke accident because of the fact that Chernobyl thyroid anomalies did not happen until 4-6 years after the accident, and it had been less than three years since the atmospheric release of radioactive Iodine from Fukushima. Plus, the amount of radioactive Iodine expunged into the environment from F. Daiichi was many times less than with Chernobyl. Further, severe food consumption restrictions were imposed in Japan that were not the case in the Ukraine. Thus, the worst-case child exposures from Fukushima were many, many times less than what occurred with Chernobyl. Dr. Choi Kin of Hong Kong Medical Association added that no one can scientifically prove the increase in cancer incidence was from Fukushima, and that other natural causes were most likely the root-cause of the issue. 7.

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Update June 1, 2015 - Ushiku City of Ibaraki Prefecture announced their latest child thyroid data. 48 of 89 children were given either an A2 or B diagnosis. A2 designates detectible thyroid anomalies of less than 5 millimeters for nodules and/or <20mm for cysts. The B diagnosis is for nodules >5mm and cysts >20mm. 40 of the Ibaraki children were found to have A2 anomalies and 8 with B level. Those diagnosed A2 will be monitored for future changes, and the B children studied for possible cancer. Thus, the rate of anomalies for this small cohort was about 54%, which compares favorably with rates found in Nagasaki, Aomori and Yamanashi Prefectures since 2012 (56%). Ushiku City is about 200 kilometers southwest of F. Daiichi. The rate for Fukushima Prefecture is about 42%. This further indicates that there is no actual child thyroid cancer outbreak from the Fukushima accident.

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Re: Wireless Armour Radiation Shielding Underwear
« Reply #24 on: August 20, 2015, 12:54:58 pm »
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http://www.irishexaminer.com/world/silver-lined-underpants-will-block-radiation-348053.html

The article is focused on infertility...  I am sure there are many other culprits that can be causing it. If you are worried about frying your gonads with your cell phone, dont stick it into your front pocket. Wear looser jeans, boxers, get more fit, stop eating crap, sleep more, reduce stress.... and this....



... will definitely increase your virility and fertility. Why just look how many women surround him due to those radiation-repelling Speedo's.  :-DD
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