Brain Radio Emission

Dag Stenberg stenberg at cc.Helsinki.FI
Tue Jul 11 01:34:05 EST 1995


Richard Nacamuli (headwave at access5.digex.net) wrote:
} 	On the other hand, mental communication by means of biologically
} derived radio waves could be quite readily accounted for by means already
} well-known and understood. Molecules can emit and be excited by radio waves.

What would the range be? What wavelengths are you thinking about? I fing
it hard to believe that the range could be anything of practical value
(=at least to the next room...). Could you elaborate on your calculations?

} Yes, whales and dolphins do live in the sea but, they spend much time at
} the surface where neural radio communication could occur.

Dolphins use sound, which travels well in the water. Most (but not all) 
of this is in high frequencies inaudible to humans.

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