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In the 1950s, Russian doctors conducted extensive clinical exams of thousands of workers who had been exposed to microwaves during the development of radar. Having disclosed serious health problems, these studies weren't swept under the rug. Instead, the USSR set limits of 10 microwatts for workers and military personnel, and 1 microwatt for others. Both levels are strictly enforced. When this first became known in the West in the early 1960s, instead of checking their assumptions many American scientists and administrators chose to believe this was Russian propaganda and not valid at all.

By 1971, when they presented their work at a momentous conference in Warsaw, Zinaida V. Gordon and Maria N. Sadchikova of the USSR Institute of Labor Hygiene and Occupational Diseases had identified a comprehensive series of symptoms, which they called microwave sickness. Its first signs are low blood pressure and slow pulse. The later and most common manifestations are chronic excitation of the sympathetic nervous system (stress syndrome) and high blood pressure. This phase also often includes headache, dizziness, eye pain, sleeplessness, irritability, anxiety, stomach pain, nervous tension, inability to concentrate, hair loss, plus an increased incidence of appendicitis, cataracts, reproductive problems, and cancer. The chronic symptoms are eventually succeeded by crises of adrenal exhaustion and ischemic heart disease (blockage of coronary arteries and heart attack).

The Soviet standards were set long before the dangers became this clear.
But the western authorities said that microwaves aint dangerous or troubling.
At a 1969 international symposium on microwaves in Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Karel Marha of Prague's Institute of Industrial Hygiene defended his findings on birth defects and recommended that the Eastern European standard be adopted in the West. Replying to objections that the dire predictions hadn't been proven beyond doubt, he said:
"Our standard is not only to prevent damage but to avoid discomfort in people" .

Apparently this concern doesn't include Americans, for the Soviets have been bombarding their embassy in Moscow with microwaves for some thirty years. In 1952, at the height of the Cold War, there was a secret meeting at the Sandia Corporation in New Mexico between U.S. and U.S.S.R. scientists, allegedly to exchange information on biological hazards and safety levels. It seems the exchange wasn't completely reciprocal, or perhaps the Americans didn't take seriously what the Russians told them; there have been other joint "workshops" since then, and each time the Soviets have sent people who publicly acknowledged the risks, while the American delegates have always been "no-effect" men.
At any rate, soon after the Sandia meeting, the Soviets began beaming microwaves at the U.S. embassy from across Tchaikovsky Street.
In effect, they've been using embassy employees as test subjects for low-level EMR experiments.

The strange thing is that Washington has gone along with it.
The "Moscow signal" was apparently first discovered about 1962, when the CIA is known to have sought consultation about it. The agency asked Milton Zaret for information about microwave dangers in that year, and then hired him in 1965 for advice and research in a secret evaluation of the signal, called Project Pandora.

Nothing was publicly revealed until 1972, when Jack Anderson broke the story, and the U.S. government told its citizens nothing until 1976, in response to further news stories in the Boston Globe.
According to information given Zaret in the 1960s, the Moscow signal was a composite of several frequencies, apparently aiming for a synergistic effect from various wavelengths, and it was beamed directly at the ambassador's office.
The stupid Americans official explanation :
—A jamming signal to disrupt the U.S. eavesdropping antennas and equipment on the embassy roof.

When the State Department admitted the signal's existence, officials of course claimed it never amounted to more than 18 microwatts, to not loose face.
But when trying to simulate and replicate the exact Moscow signal, laboratory research protocols shows of levels of up to 4,000 microwatts.
In the mid-1960s published Soviet research indicated that such a beam would produce eyestrain and blurred vision, headaches, and loss of
concentration. Within a few years other research had uncovered the entire microwave syndrome, including the high-risk cancer potential.

By all available accounts (except, of course, the governments official ones), the Moscow bombardment has been a highly effective method.
In 1976 the Boston Globe reported that Ambassador Walter Stoessel had developed a rare blood disease similar to leukemia and
was suffering headaches and bleeding from the eyes.
Two of his irradiated predecessors, Charles Bohlen and Llewellyn Thompson, died of cancer and had also developed several other illnesses.

New Zealand’s standard for the allowed maximum level of electromagnetic radiation is one of the highest in the world.
“In New Zealand the maximum level is 450 microwatts per square centimetre, compared to Sweden which has a maximum level of just 1 microwatt per square centimetre,”
“And yet the Swedes still get by just fine using the latest wireless technology."
-In USA, for example, Massachusetts has a max radiation level of 200 microwatts.

DONALD TRUMP MAY BE PARTIALLY RIGHT ABOUT THE CLIMATE

All this excessive electromagnetic radiation, which is not natural, I would like to call dangerous electropollution, and those unnatural electromagnetic fields can effectively contribute to strange weather patterns above a country or continent!
According to my own rersearch, there is a high risk that two thirds of the change in weather & climate around the world are caused by disruptive and humanmade added electromagnetic fields, not by an increase in carbon dioxide.
More of my own research shows that IF THE GLOBE NOT GETS HEATED MORE - WE WILL SEE A NEW ICEAGE, which occurs naturally every ten thousand years.

So the strange and bad weather phenomenas is caused by an increase in electromagnetic radiation, not at all by an increase in carbon dioxide, which doubtfully would change the weather.
The electromagnetic pollution charges particles in the atmosphere, which then turn to a natural release of this energy, and we get it in the form of bad weather.
My research shows that electromagnetic pollution can tip the climate completely.

So Donald Trump may be right in his assumption that the climate change is an hoax, if you blame an increase in carbon dioxide for that climate change.
But my more intelligent view is that the dangerous and unnatural electromagnetic signals disrupts earths natural [electro] magnetic fields, and therefore solely produces catastrophic climates and a change in the overall global weather patterns.
We are constantly charging the atmosphere with all this new satellite, radio and radar technology in a very broad electromagnetic spectrum which in return delivers charged particles in the atmosphere, and a total change of earths natural magnetic fields.
That causes a heavy change of our GLOBAL climate.

And the global heat has only risen 0.9 degrees Celsius in one hundred years, which can be considered a minimal change.
And not big enough to be called a greenhouse effect. Sorry.
Electropollution is your enemy.

In January, 2011, several newspapers and magazines, including the UK's Sunday Times and Arabian Business, reported that scientists backed by the government of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, had created over 50 artificial rainstorms between July and August 2010 near Al Ain, a city which lies close to the country's border with Oman and is the second-largest city in the Abu Dhabi Emirate. The artificial rainstorms were said to have sometimes caused hail, gales and thunderstorms, baffling local residents.
The scientists reportedly used ionizers to create the rainstorms, and although the results are disputed, the large number of times it is recorded to have rained right after the ionizers were switched on during a usually dry season is encouraging to those who support the experiment.

In mountainous areas of the United States such as the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada, cloud seeding has been employed since the 1950s.

The Chinese recognize the value of weather modification and believe that the US military continues to use weather as a weapon.

Operation Popeye (Project Controlled Weather Popeye / Motorpool / Intermediary-Compatriot) was a highly classified weather modification program in Southeast Asia during 1967–1972. The cloud seeding operation during the Vietnam War ran from March 20, 1967 until July 5, 1972 in an attempt to extend the monsoon season, specifically over areas of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. The operation was used to induce rain and extend the East Asian Monsoon season in support of U.S. government efforts related to the War in Southeast Asia.

The former U.S. Secretary of Defense, Robert S. McNamara, was aware that there might be objections raised by the international scientific community but said in a memo to the president that such objections had not in the past been a basis for prevention of military activities considered to be in the interests of U.S. national security.

The chemical weather modification program was conducted from Thailand over Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam and allegedly sponsored by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and CIA without the authorization of then Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird who had categorically denied to Congress that a program for modification of the weather for use as a tactical weapon even existed.

**Weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.**

GUSTAV NORSTRÖM / THE EDITOR - THE POLITICAL AVENUE.





At some point in 1976, a new and powerful radio signal was detected simultaneously worldwide, and quickly dubbed 'the Woodpecker' by amateur radio operators. Even prior to 1976, a similar 'woodpecker' interference is remembered by radio amateurs occurring in the high frequencies.

The Duga systems were extremely powerful, over 10 MW in some cases, and broadcast in the shortwave radio bands. They appeared without warning, sounding like a sharp, repetitive tapping noise at 10 Hz, which led to it being nicknamed by shortwave listeners the Russian Woodpecker. The random frequency hops disrupted legitimate broadcasts, amateur radio operations, oceanic commercial aviation communications, utility transmissions, and resulted in thousands of complaints by many countries worldwide. The signal became such a nuisance that some receivers such as amateur radios and televisions actually began including 'Woodpecker Blankers' in their circuit designs in an effort to filter out the interference.

The unclaimed signal was a source for much speculation, giving rise to theories such as Soviet mind control and weather control experiments. However, because of its distinctive transmission pattern, many experts and amateur radio hobbyists quickly realized it to be an over-the-horizon radar system.

In 1988, the Federal Communications Commission conducted a study on the Woodpecker signal. Data analysis showed an inter-pulse period of about 90 ms, a frequency range of 7 to 19 MHz, a bandwidth of 0.02 to 0.8 MHz, and typical transmission time of 7 minutes.

The signal was observed using three repetition rates: 10 Hz, 16 Hz and 20 Hz.
The most common rate was 10 Hz, while the 16 Hz and 20 Hz modes were rather rare.
The pulses transmitted by the woodpecker had a wide bandwidth, typically 40 kHz.

Jamming of the Woodpecker.
To combat this interference, amateur radio operators attempted to jam the signal by transmitting synchronized unmodulated continuous wave signals at the same pulse rate as the offending signal. They formed a club called The Russian Woodpecker Hunting Club. Core group members would frame the "Official Practice Target" in their radio shacks.
Now see the below image about brain resonance frequencies and add all above radio transmissions to your overview, both sending and jamming, on these particular frequencies:




Actually, IF you believe the green house effect to be true, and related to the raise of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, maybe you should stop allowing the plundering of the rain forest, since those trees produce oxygen out of carbon dioxide. No one has really calculated mathematically how much the missing rain forest, shoveled away in the last 30 years, actually adds up to to the increase of carbon dioxide our atmosphere. But in any case it's true, more trees equal more oxygen and less carbon dioxide. Have a nice day !

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