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Ding Dong the Witch is Dead

October 13, 2016


Davis County, Utah Autism Cluster.  Matches well the pulsed microwave radiation profile around the TDWR radar installed in mid 1999.  With a low beam angle (0.2 degrees) the microwave beam will be striking houses/buildings/structures approx. 5-6 miles away from the antenna and scattering back.  The beam will also get scattered by snow and rain.  The government authorities and MIT grads average in the time the radar is turned off between pulses to make you think the radar is low power, when it is not.  They also don’t take into account reflection off aircraft or other radars in the area (2). Each 1.1 microsecond pulse is approx. 1000 feet long with high energy photons that can trigger electrical currents in any minerals/metals (including you) in their scattered path, creating oxidative stress.  This is separate from heating effects, the only guidelines the dumbass electrical engineers have come up with so they can continue their ruse on the public.


“The convergence–shear boundary can be seen in the 0.3 deg. tilt (Fig. 12a), but there was
considerable ground clutter causing blank data areas.”


Ground clutter contamination on the 0.38 tilt prevented the inbound velocity data from being seen (Fig. 15a), so it is not clear if the vortex existed near the ground.”

“Thus, the combination of a low tilt angle and an inversion at and near the earth’s surface promotes an abundance of ground clutter.


The area around the Salt Lake City TDWR in Davis County will also see additional scattered EM radiation reflecting off the side of the mountains being struck by the 1000′ long radar pulses @ 1000 times per second, increasing power density in the area.

Would somebody please tell the dumbass electrical engineers and physicists those are electrons flying on/off that fork in that microwave EM field, not just heating effects

A well grounded kid or mother, damp, walking on wet ground or on conductive minerals in the earth will provide the best receiving antenna for the pulsed radiation, electrical discharge and oxidative stress.

OK, she’s not dead, but she is realing

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