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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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04/21/2017 12:33 PM
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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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What diameter is your neck? Shits gotta be heavy.
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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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Do you look like Magneto when your wearing it?
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04/21/2017 12:53 PM
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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's been studied. The aluminum foil works as an antenna and makes things worse.
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04/21/2017 12:58 PM
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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 is poison to the human electrical system.

Nice Experiment to try: Hold an aluminum pipe in your hand and point it at the solar plexus on someone...it steals the life giving force from the body an shows a muscle weakness in the biceps when you do.

Try to hold back someones arm pushing against you and you will notice the difference in the amount of push it takes both ways...neat
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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?
Would also cause braking radiation...
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04/21/2017 02:32 PM
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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?
Mylar works better
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04/21/2017 10:19 PM
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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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What diameter is your neck? Shits gotta be heavy.
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we use it for roofing very thin and easy to work in uneven surfaces when doing drains and such. About 1/16 of inch thick.
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04/21/2017 10:21 PM
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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?
keep people from doing it?

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epiclol
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04/21/2017 10:22 PM

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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?
Tin foil hats work:

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let's really focus on electromagnetic radiation. Foil, being a metal, is very good at reflecting electromagnetic radiation. You can see this quite easily by looking at a sheet of aluminum/tin foil: it is shiny and you may even see a reflection of yourself. Physically this happens because electrons can move easily within the foil. Electromagnetic radiation impinging on the foil causes these electrons to move, and that motion produces new electromagnetic radiation which generates new radiation which destructively interferes with the original incoming radiation. This leads to cancellation of the incoming wave so that it does not penetrate the foil, and creation of a new outgoing wave which is the reflection you see.

Now this isn't the whole story. Radiation with a wavelength at about the same size as the hat actually winds up resonating inside the hat. In an effect similar to a vibration of a violin/guitar string, radiation that fits nicely inside the metal cavity formed by the hat actually winds up creating electromagnetic fields which are bigger than the incoming field. You can get a rough idea of how this works on the Wikipedia page for resonance. It's the same effect as when you blow gently over a bottle and hear a loud hum sound.
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04/21/2017 10:23 PM
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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?
What if it's actually a receptor? When I was a kid I would stick foil on my bunny ear antenna to try and get a better signal.
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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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this is not a joke..it works.


it kills the static...that you did not know existed till it was gone.
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04/21/2017 10:26 PM
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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?
Tin foil hats work:

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74733236

let's really focus on electromagnetic radiation. Foil, being a metal, is very good at reflecting electromagnetic radiation. You can see this quite easily by looking at a sheet of aluminum/tin foil: it is shiny and you may even see a reflection of yourself. Physically this happens because electrons can move easily within the foil. Electromagnetic radiation impinging on the foil causes these electrons to move, and that motion produces new electromagnetic radiation which generates new radiation which destructively interferes with the original incoming radiation. This leads to cancellation of the incoming wave so that it does not penetrate the foil, and creation of a new outgoing wave which is the reflection you see.

Now this isn't the whole story. Radiation with a wavelength at about the same size as the hat actually winds up resonating inside the hat. In an effect similar to a vibration of a violin/guitar string, radiation that fits nicely inside the metal cavity formed by the hat actually winds up creating electromagnetic fields which are bigger than the incoming field. You can get a rough idea of how this works on the Wikipedia page for resonance. It's the same effect as when you blow gently over a bottle and hear a loud hum sound.
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Any ideas how to make a hat that wouldnt amplify the waves?
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04/21/2017 10:34 PM
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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?
Gold foil or aluminum foil do block most of the electromagnetic waves. Place a small radio inside a box wrapped in foil (such as a shoe box... there'll be no sound. Take the foil off, you then receive the signal... and sound.
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04/21/2017 10:46 PM
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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's been studied. The aluminum foil works as an antenna and makes things worse.
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That is why they never talk about the foil that works.
Lead foil...Think Germany still makes it.
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04/21/2017 10:54 PM
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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?
Wrap a cellphone in foil then call it see if it rings.
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04/22/2017 12:37 AM
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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 like how they demonize it on Better Call Saul with that crazy aluminum tard. You'll probably see it more and more as they perfect their AI and WiFi technology to interact with the brain.


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