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What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?

 
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What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
That'd be funny if the one thing used to make fun of conspiracy folks was actually effectivedance
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
That'd be funny if the one thing used to make fun of conspiracy folks was actually effectivedance
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You laugh, little do you know.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
That'd be funny if the one thing used to make fun of conspiracy folks was actually effectivedance
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You laugh, little do you know.
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I'm genuinely curious.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
They are effective, used as a test I found that my ears also needed covering/ protection. Wearing one actually cools your brain, head or grey matter subject to wave particle propagation introduction.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
It is effective. that is precisely why it was maligned
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
That'd be funny if the one thing used to make fun of conspiracy folks was actually effectivedance
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You laugh, little do you know.
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Exactly.

Aluminum foil not only blocks infra-red, but can reflect or absorb radio waves too.

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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I think I might give it a try. Worst case scenario I've wasted some foil.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
You could always line a baseball cap with foil on the inside and not look like a tard, while being a tard.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
No question that aluminum or similarly conducting metal shield blocks microwaves which pollute the air.
Theres no question that microwaves are not natural and that they penetrate tissue.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I think I might give it a try. Worst case scenario I've wasted some foil.
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Make it like the magneto helmet from x men.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
Aluminum foil does block micro/radiowaves, visible light and infrared. That's a fact.
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Tin foil hats work:

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I don't wear tin foil hats, I wear my tin foil face mask. It covers my whole head except for my eyes. It works pretty good at keeping my microwave from reading my mind.
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04/21/2017 11:18 AM
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Guys....the tin foil hat will only work if it's grounded...duh...
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
You could always line a baseball cap with foil on the inside and not look like a tard, while being a tard.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I think I might give it a try. Worst case scenario I've wasted some foil.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
It actually makes senses. Of course they would malign something that actually works. I have to wonder how the tin foil stuff got started in the very first place - it's probably because someone long ago DID figure out that it worked and it spread from there.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I don't wear tin foil hats, I wear my tin foil face mask. It covers my whole head except for my eyes. It works pretty good at keeping my microwave from reading my mind.
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It's not going to read your mind but all the waves around us now can't be good.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I don't wear tin foil hats, I wear my tin foil face mask. It covers my whole head except for my eyes. It works pretty good at keeping my microwave from reading my mind.
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It's not going to read your mind but all the waves around us now can't be good.
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Yeah but the hummingbird that lives in my heart told me that my microwave was reading my mind. So what you're saying is that my hummingbird is lying to me??
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
That'd be funny if the one thing used to make fun of conspiracy folks was actually effectivedance
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block those rays and you block your body and spiritual changes at this time.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
Guys....the tin foil hat will only work if it's grounded...duh...
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That's why I wear buckets filled with sand on my feet just incase? Fact though, gounding for fun but no need. Don't let the shills foil this!
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I ran out of tin foil so I used cling film (Saran Wrap) instead. I hope it's working, because, to be honest, I look a like a cunt.
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I'll sell hats that are lined with tin foil but you won't be able to see it. This way you can be that crazy fucker in public without the problems that come with it!
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I'll sell hats that are lined with tin foil but you won't be able to see it. This way you can be that crazy fucker in public without the problems that come with it!
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Transparent aluminum hats would be great. If it works against bullets it could work against harmful radiation IMO.

Thread: Transparent aluminium that can stop bullets created

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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I use sheet lead in my work, i constructed a helmet lined with lead.

Now the weird part.

Once i placed it on my head, it as like someone turned down the volume in my head. My head became quiet and clam..like background noise was eliminated.

All i can think of what happened , was that I stop radio waves and other freq wave from going past the lead shielding.


but don't take my word for it, try it.


I now have that helmet around when i need a good nap or just a break from being bombarded by radio waves all day..
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I use sheet lead in my work, i constructed a helmet lined with lead.

Now the weird part.

Once i placed it on my head, it as like someone turned down the volume in my head. My head became quiet and clam..like background noise was eliminated.

All i can think of what happened , was that I stop radio waves and other freq wave from going past the lead shielding.


but don't take my word for it, try it.


I now have that helmet around when i need a good nap or just a break from being bombarded by radio waves all day..
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That is interesting!
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Re: What if aluminum foil hats really did block harmful rays and they were stigmatized to keep people from doing it?
I use sheet lead in my work, i constructed a helmet lined with lead.

Now the weird part.

Once i placed it on my head, it as like someone turned down the volume in my head. My head became quiet and clam..like background noise was eliminated.

All i can think of what happened , was that I stop radio waves and other freq wave from going past the lead shielding.


but don't take my word for it, try it.


I now have that helmet around when i need a good nap or just a break from being bombarded by radio waves all day..
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It's not weird, it works!
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I built my house with foil faced sheathing and the decking is foil faced.

I live in a giant tin foil hat.
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