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...of hearing voices or noises which were not of the targets own thought processes. Doing this you could literally make the targets think he was insane.
HPM is a wonderful, outstanding, and horrible technology. In this paper I spoke to you about high power microwaves, it’s applications, a comparison of two different types, some of the history, and the findings in results of its research. Once upon a time directed energy was just a act vision from the television and soon the it will change the face of war, crime, our medical world and the way we view electricity and electromagnetics power. We have only just begun to crack open Pandora’s box of weapons and medical miracles. Just as the Internet started as a simple way for secret agencies to communicate and became a part of the heart of mainstream world this technology will also leak into our streets and our homes.
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