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Sitka Pulsed Electromagnetic Radiation and…

November 30, 2014




Pulsed Microwave Electromagnetic Radiation Profile – 15,000 ft cloud ceiling 10 degree radar dish angle



Sea Star Wasting Radar Sitka

Sea Star endoskeltetons (CaCO3) dissolving around radar stations



Most people would not relate these, but they all can involve calcium disruptions, oxidative stress, hypoxia, etc. implicated by exposure to excessive/chronic EMF. And it just so happens there are two very high gain, high power pulsed microwave radars in Sitka, Alaska




From → Biology, Geophysics

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