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Ptychographic X-ray laminography: No trade secret or hardware trojan can hide

Every cell transmitter, phone and computer must be inspected. Silicon Trojans must perish.

Freedom for all is encroached when a few cyber terrorists can freely CONSPIRE to use microwave weapons and silicon trojans. While you are distracted with THEORY, they spread the PRACTICE: surveillance, theft, sabotage and murder.

Havana Syndrome is the result of hacked cell transmitters being used as a microwave weapon. Civilians are victimized daily, children included.

“Havana Syndrome: Are You Next? Electromagnetic Terrorism and Cognitive Warfare” at "hxxps://areyounext.help".

The future of privacy/security is clothing made of metallized fabric to block microwave imaging (enables theft of inner speech by observing minuscule throat/face muscle movements) and block directed energy attacks.

#BadBIOS #Havana Syndrome #Conspiracy Practice #Freedom #Faraday Cage #Firmware Vulnerability #Electromagnetic Surveillance

>Eric Schmidt: Our report says that it’s really important for us to find a way to maintain two generations of semiconductor leadership ahead of China. China has had over 30 years to plan to try to catch up. It’s really difficult.

>Eric Schmidt: We don’t want them to catch up. We want to stay ahead. This is important, by the way, for our commercial industry as well as for national security for obvious reasons. By the way, chips, I’m not just referring to CPU chips, there’s a whole new generation, I’ll give you an example, of sensor chips that sense things. It’s really important that those be built in America.


What are the chips that “sense things” that Schmidt wants to prevent from being available to any other country?

Since the 1980s, Silicon Valley has used semiconductor radars to collect data about what you think (your inner speech) by means of machine learning with data extract from wireless imaging of your face and body. It has proved very convenient for them, as this enables blackmail, extortion, theft, sabotage and murder like nothing else. They can do this because they design the semiconductor used on your phone, computer, TV, car and for your telecom supplier’s network equipment, which makes possible to embed silicon trojans everywhere.

Don’t underestimate what machine learning can do. e.g. Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by human experts.


Also, don’t underestimate the number of people Silicon Valley is willing to kill to maintain a monopoly, as you may be the next victim.

“Protesters turn to tinfoil hats as increasing sickness blamed on Gov beaming radiation rays”


Prompted by this, someone made the video “Defeating Microwave Weapons!” about how microwaves work and how to defend against this kind of weaponry.


Blame Silicon Valley for inserting "Silicon Trojans" and "Defeat Devices" in microwave cell transmitters and processors, enabling them to be used as weapon (SDR phased array with beam steering).

The "Electromagnetic Emissions Scandal" shall be bigger than the "Diesel Emissions Scandal" and the fines shall be paid in something more expensive than money.


Your priority is to make a shielded room to defend yourself, then make portable shields for when global riots start to end this all. For every cell transmitter on your location, you need to add one more layer of shielding. Make it thick. Consult OpenCellID.org to see how many cells are around you.

For more: hxxps://twitcasting.tv/c:_persona_non_grata/community/
>>5750 (OP) 
Can you format and summarize your post better next time? More will take this seriously if you at least fix your spacing.
>All chips can produce microwave that are harmful
>They are used as weapons
>To protect yourself, screen all devices with special x-ray and use shielding
Assuming what you said is true, your plan to protect yourself is a full plate in a city? May as well go inna woods at this point with no electronics. What is the point otherwise? Do you think anyone would interact with or provide service for you this way? Even if they do, the others are so hooked on using all kinds of devices and they won't give up on it.
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If you want to get really spooked, read Cross Currents and other books by Robert O. Becker.
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So, reading through your posts. I see this shit is pretty damn spooky-worthy, but I have some important questions.

What should we look for in order to stop a device that has a microwave threat?
How did you personally-know if this radar techology is reading your mind, stealing your thoughts or otherwise-attacking you?

Granted, making an RF shield for your whole home is actually a sound decision. I would at least look into making a fence that shields you from RF and EMF, or even see about building a faraday cage into your house's walls. It would render cell phones pretty useless and wifi would be restricted, but I think you'd want that.
>>5750 (OP) 
Spooks trying to be spooky, hindered by literacy.
>The future of privacy/security is clothing made of metallized fabric to block microwave imaging (enables theft of inner speech by observing minuscule throat/face muscle movements) and block directed energy attacks.

In 1970s or so "unofficially" disseminated propaganda in USSR included a story about a spy dog with implanted camera eye.
This bit made me wonder whether the author thereof eventually defected.

> Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by human experts.
(sniggering evilly) Did you consider that it may be not because AI is so good, as much as because it would not have to bend over for "sensitivity training", unlike the "experts".
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>as much as because it would not have to bend over for "sensitivity training"
The suggestion is that the AI was given medical scans, the point being it can spot physiological race differences in say an MRI that can't be seen even by people who work with those kinds of scans professionally.
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Even though most people think asians look the same I can tell them apart to some extent. 
It's possible that those features can be seen by humans but the doctors are just ignoring them.
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>Assuming what you said is true, your plan to protect yourself is a full plate in a city? 
By wearing a full-plate armor. "Who's the tinfoil now?"

>>5750 (OP) 
Any reading materials on how to deflect frequencies(bands)? I'm thinking on understanding how EM RF reception works to actually be able to realistically block the entire spectrum as much as possible. I'm thinking lead and water + bunker for anything microwave related but then what about surface area where you just need metal mesh? (gardening purposes although UV powered bunker garden sounds nice too)? what about low frequency stuffs which are harder to block?

Opencellid is somewhat outdated though and so is Cellmapper.
hxxps://findcellid.com/ has the best resource but I don't know how to actually view the data although I do know it's indeed updated data (it's only for finding already-known cell ID though so kinda useless)
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This was the closest thing I could find to it, worth a look, but it's not much - https://archive.ph/S1Syo
have you read the FOIA docs about glow nigger's Pandora Project? i think Black Vault has them.
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Give me the tl;dr
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Tl;DR of the first two, is that EMF weapons design seems to be hazardous to the health of those designing it for one reason or another, and the government is keeping it top secret. Cold war fears and all that jazz too.

The third is concerning the "Moscow Signal", which goes from 2.5 to 4 gigahertz at 5 milliwatts per square centimeter. What the paper is so concerned about, is the possible medical effects of microwave radiation above 10 milliwatts. Project PANDORA was the US's experiment of recreating the Moscow Signal and determining it's medical effects on monkeys so they can gauge it's effects on humans. 

From the paper, the study concluded that the frequency caused neural issues with the monkey while the monkey "worked". However, there is a LOT of missing data in what is merely two pages of an extensive report. What "work," was this monkey doing? What could potentially hamper the results of this test? What was the monkey's state of health before the test?

The fourth is a paper on how soviet standards are far different than american standards when it comes to microwave radiation, not too much to tell, since back then, there wasn't many sources of radio or magnetic radiation through electronics.

So what does this mean for the modern day?

Well, the thing is this.

A microwave oven runs at 2.45Ghz. which is technically 5mhz below the 2.5ghz of the bottom of the Moscow Signal.
Wlan and other Wifi technologies run at anywhere from 2.5ghz to 6ghz, which is both in and beyond the range of the Moscow Signal.

Nowadays, a lot of everyday technologies run signals within the range of the Moscow Signal, but in the 60s, none of these frequencies were ever being used. The human body could theoretically have gotten used to the bombardment of such signals over time.

The other factor within the four pages of the report that is not elaborated on, is the HOW and the WHAT of the transmitter.

The WHAT part, is the actual power input of the PANDORA transmitters themselves. the report just labeled a mere 5mw per centimeter squared, not the actual watts the machine put INTO the transmitters.

The HOW part, is another damning problem, because we don't know if this is an omnidirectional transmission (most radios) or or if it's directed (RADAR and MASERs). A directionally-focused "burst" of microwave energy is always more effective than an omnidirectional one, with the downside of it needing to be "aimed".

It's too easy to assume the worst, there just isn't enough info in four pages to figure out if what PANDORA or the Moscow Signal could do, despite the frequencies being common use now.
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>>5750 (OP) 
boy would i like to see that camera get BLACKED
Re: video surveillance


Or make Bookmarks, and export KMZ file


>take apart 50 microwaves
>make a shield out of the material
>boom, no more microwave weapon threat
>The human body could theoretically have gotten used to the bombardment of such signals over time.
I like how you jump to the conclusion that the human body must have "got used to it or something" rather than admitting it was obviously never dangerous to begin with.
>>5750 (OP) 
=:) try running faster.

happy valentines.
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