Brain Radio Emission

Dag Stenberg stenberg at cc.Helsinki.FI
Tue Jul 11 05:14:38 EST 1995


rmallott (rmallott at percep.demon.co.uk) wrote:

} It may not be relevant but when the radio is tuned to FM
} changes in my position in relation to the radio produce
} distinct changes in the signal. This may be a brain or whole
} body effect which can occur at a distance of say 10 feet.

It so happens that your radio decodes the FM signal to normal audio (20
to 20,000 Hz). What is transmitted from the radio to your ears is thus
not a radio signal, and your finding is not relevant to the problem of
how far a radio signal could travel between brains. If your brain could
receive the FM radio signal you would not need the radio at all, just
turn your head into the right position.

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