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Tin Foil Hats proven Ineffective
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No use using them.....
“Dang it! I just put a new coat of aluminum paint on mine!”
“Yeah sure. That's just what THEY want you to think.”
“MIT _is_ after all a major governemnt financed infiltration unit..”
“Well, I have heard that porcelain is an excelent insulator. I am certainly not paranoid, but if I hear warnings of sever magnatic sunstorms, I stick my head deep down the toilet bowl. Much safer than flimsy tin foil.”
“Good heads up.
It's important to stay informed.
We need a study on aluminium vs. tin.
Thank goodness for Faraday cages, mebbe someone could post a how-to.”
“Wow Great article!
and nice video two links away:
last edited: 4/17/07 4:58:44 PM”
“ST, you must line the foil with a 1/2"layer of sheet lead. This makes the hat a portable faraday cage. You get silly big neck muscles though.”
“If you stick yer head in the toilet, be sure to close the lid and flush repeatedly...
My hat has never failed me yet so Im gonna stick to it.”
“Only idiots and madmen believe that tin foil or aluminum foil hats will protect them. This was a myth perpetrated by those who I cannot name (lest their search engines find my post and punish me) so that those who begin to develop psychic abilities are easier to monitor and easier to confuse. Tin foil hats and aluminum hats make them easier to monitor and control as they enhance the control of the obscene ones.
Lead foil is the only real protection.”
Research is needed on mind control prevention
“This video is interesting and informative. However we cannot leave Tin hats due to this video. More scientific research is needed to improve mind control protection.
“I wear a Dick Cheney mask and they leave me alone.”
“Trying to keep this meeting on point is like trying to catch a feral opossum with a plastic grocery bag.”
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