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In a recent study by MIT they found that wearing a tinfoil hat actually amplifies the frequency bands to a point that the frequency actually falls into the range of frequencies actually reserved for government use.
So in actuallity those who wear the hats are probably the only ones affected by this secret government mind reading and controlling satellites that they were so afraid of.
Actually its a bit cold today. Colder then it was the rest of this week. Actually had to break out a heavier coat. But its Nov. so its about time. I am in Philly Pennsylvania btw (just in case) anyways where about are the people you know> I live in Center City.
Distribution: SUSE 10.0, LiMP (Linux Multimedia Player)
Mostly in Glenside, but I do have some in centre city:
In fact, if you go into (hmm... what's the name again) I think it's a large Italian fashion / clothes department shop, called something like Giocci's, you may find a cousin of mine, Hae Linn. Then again, she may have quit by now...
Either way, it'll be good to be back again this summer
(and yes, (true to form) it IS raining in England right now!)
This got debunked on Slashdot. The hats they tested in the MIT article are made from Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil instead of tin. Using aluminum supposedly turns your hat into an big antennae. So use real tin foil for your beanies from now on.
//Don't need one cause I live in a Faraday Cage.
Last edited by Capt_Caveman; 11-13-2005 at 02:30 PM.