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The nature of the question probably means you won't like or won't believe this answer. This comment because the Mechanic has fielded questions like this before. The Mechanic is not evaluating anyone, but has found that some who ask these questions have a limited concept of the "reality" of the physics that underpins the answer or they have an unlimited imagination that takes them "where no man has gone before" and away from the constraints imposed by technical science and the levels to which we have advanced it. But you asked and I act upon the honesty of the question. The answer follows. Microwaves are incompatible with neural monitoring, either from a distance (remote neural monitoring) or even up close. Microwaves cannot be used to evaluate neural activity because neural activity is not something that microwaves can "see" or be reflected (scattered) specifically from. Additionally, it is possible that microwave radiation could cause a false firing of a neuron, but not a specific one and not with any control other than probability calculated in 3D space and with enough variables to choke a horse. Lastly, microwaves can destroy neurons if of sufficient power and appropriate frequency. Again, this happens according to well defined concepts of microwave scattering, and no specific neuron can be targeted. Recall that neurons hold "memories" or hold our "thoughts" in combinations and linkages, said linkages being with and between specific neurons or neuron groups. And no neuron or neuron group can be associated with a specific memory or thought in two different people. (A neuron might be associated with a specific memory in a specific individual, but that could only be determined by direct experimentation on the individual.) The functional areas of the brain are more clearly defined with each passing year owing to hard work and the cleverness of the investigators, but nothing like what is being asked is possible. This isn't Star Trek or Paycheck (the movie adapted from the short story by Philip K. Dick) here. The human brain is complex beyond your wildest dreams, and the marvel of this biochemical machine is best seen in people who have brain damage or are "defective" in some way or ways. In these cases, the brain "shifts function" and thought and memory skew from "normal" areas to reside in adjacent space. This in not to say that the speech center suddenly shifts to the occipital lobe or something like that. It doesn't. But we still don't have neural maps that pinpoint exactly where we store our memory of, say, colors. As regards the "satellite tracking allow(ing) enhanced microwave body concentration", try this on: "Gaussian beams are usually considered in situations where the beam divergence is relatively small, so that the so-called paraxial approximation can be applied. This approximation allows the omission of the term with the second-order derivative in the propagation equation (as derived from Maxwell's equations), so that a first-order differential equation results. Within this approximation, a Gaussian beam propagating in free space stays Gaussian, only that of course its parameters evolve." In case you missed it, what that is saying is that a beam of electromagnetic radiation (which microwaves are) will not stay confined or focused as it travels in free space no matter how well defined it is at the source. That means the beam widens as it moves in a vacuum, and it scatters even more in atmosphere. Resolution fades over distance and even more so with air to scatter the energy. Nothing as small as a neuron can be defined by a microwave beam from space, even if the microwave beam could "see" the neuron, which it can't. Might as well try to locate the exact position of the electron orbiting a given hydrogen atom and find its exact velocity at precisely that instant in time. You asked, and the Mechanic has answered. Let's be clear about something. Government research programs have unbelievable things hidden behind the security screens around research labs. And within the heads of the geeks (really nice guys who are wardrobe challenged) laboring to iron out the kinks there are things that are nothing short of astounding. But there are limits on what can be done. One can bend a light beam around a telephone pole with fiber optics or other flexible curved optical media or with mirrors, but one cannot bend light around a telephone pole with just air. Nothing "they" can do will make this happen. The same limits on us apply to "them" as well. As an aside, I probably trust my government as little as you do, but I refuse to let my lack of trust cause me to think that the laws of physics have taken or will take the day off. I would not jump from a perfectly good airplane without a parachute on the off chance gravity would be off on a break having a smoke. Neither would anyone else, including those clever people working in black projects.
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Microwave radiation is electromagnetic radiation (waves) in the microwave portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. (An electromagnetic wave is a moving electrostatic and magne…tic field. The fields are at right angles to each other, and they move through space in just this way - as moving fields. Another question is required for further explanation.) These little guys, these microwaves, are the same thing as radio waves, but of much higher frequencies. (Visible light is electromagnetic radiation, too, but of an even higher frequency than microwaves.) When one looks at electromagnetic (em) radiation (r) (em + r = emr), what is probably the most basic way to view it is by its frequency. The frequency range of microwaves is something over a few gigahertz (1 billion cycles per second or 1,000,000,000 cps) to about 300 gigahertz. Cellular phones operate on the lower end of the microwave band, and the links between the cell phone antenna towers (the cell hubs) operate on microwave frequencies also, but a bit higher up than the cell phones. Satellite communication is done at microwave frequencies. Radar and microwave ovens (2.450 gigahertz) work at microwave frequencies. Oh, and lest we forget, the term microwave can be translated into "really little wave" and that refers to its wavelength. Picture a wave traveling across a calm pond. There is a certain distance between the tops of two consecutive peaks or the bottom of two consecutive troughs, and that's the wavelength of the wave. Microwaves, those little radio waves, have wavelengths ranging from about a tenth of a meter (about 10 centimeters or about 4 inches) to about a millimeter. Those might not seem like "little" waves, but the wavelength of the waves used to broadcast the FM radio signals you might sometimes listen to is in the ball park of three meters or about 10 feet. AM radio waves (does anyone still listen?) are something like 300 meters long. So microwaves are tiny waves. That's why the eggheads (really nice guys who wear bad ties) named the emr in the roughly 3 gigahertz to 300 gigahertz range "microwaves." Some other characteristics of microwaves are that they don't like to bend around stuff. They are basically used "line of sight" which translates into the receiver being in a direct line with the transmitter and not hiding behind a hill or other terrain or structure. Yes, microwaves bounce around so your cell phone can get good coverage amongst a group of tall buildings, but microwave energy likes to "duct" and "tunnel" when it is possible and that means you don't necessarily drop a call because you can't see the tower that's linked to your phone. The antenna for use at these frequencies is much shorter compared to an antenna used at lower frequencies. (Again, think of your cell phone.) And we frequently see a microwave "dish" out there. The dish is a reflector, and it works just like you'd think. The incoming emr (notice how you're used to the lingo already?) hits the reflector and bounces off, but the reflector has a parabolic shape and it will direct the reflected energy to a central point, or focus of the reflector, and that's where the antenna will be. That concentrates the energy gathered over the area of the dish for greater gain. This is done with telescopes to collect more light for a better image of a faraway object. Make sense? Sure it does. It works with light and it works with microwaves. They're both electromagnetic waves. So now you're up to speed with microwaves. They're just little electromagnetic waves in the (about) 3 gigahertz to 300 gigahertz range (band) of frequencies. Note: there are some who would say that microwaves are in the 30 to 300 gigahertz band and exclude the 3 to 30 gigahertz band, and they may be right. But others allow for the use of the term microwave to reach down below that so-arbitrary mark of 30 gigahertz. Let's not blow a gasket and try to split hairs on this. The term microwave was in use before the em spectrum was broken up into those blocks that are shown in the nice drawing of the em spectrum at the Wikipedia article. Links are, of course, provided for the curious person who wishes to cross check the Mechanic's explanation and do some further reading.
Please excuse me jumping in and adding to what you've written below. The secret program is based on implantable 'Biomedical Technology', deployed surreptitiously for surveill…ance, torture, and covert behaviour modification activities conducted domestically. RNM is very much 'a reality'. However, obtaining proofs to support the testimonies of 'Targets' on the web - although I do have several, which have taken me a decade to accumulate - is extremely difficult because there are International Intelligence Agency Agreements in place to suppress and deny any information relating to the use of this technology at all. It's categorized as 'Non Lethal Weaponry' and is undoubtedly being used by sanctioning governments around the globe for purposes of surveillance, the suppression of those they deem to be any form of threat by means of torturing them, or, simply just for the purpose of scientific experimentation. It's Fascist activity, highly illegal and offers/represents, via our own government institutions, a far greater threat to our civilian populations than any terrorist threat from the underground rogue organisations we hear so much about. There's also a media blackout in place concerning the covert use of the technology too. I was actually told by Consultants at a hospital in London eight years ago now that I'd had 'Biomedical Implants' inserted into me during an operation I'd undergone historically - which for the record I have had. They explained it must have been done at such a time because I would have to have been placed under a general anaesthetic for such a procedure to be performed. What they told me these were are 'T-27 Biomedical Implants', which I was to learn are implants designed for (Non Human) Free Roaming Primates to enable scientists using specialist computers and software to monitor them remotely. The Consultants I've alluded to, as has been the case with every single person from within the state system since that's tried to help me, subsequently became inaccessible and living any semblance of a civilized existence - as it was for years beforehand - has been impossible. The physical and mental effects of these implants, and the beamed Radio Frequency Energy that's used to activate/control them, is totally debilitating and falls nothing short of being state sponsored TORTURE - and horrendous incessant torture at that. I have MRI scans clearly showing implants in my head, including probes which are inserted into suture's of my brain and a letter from a very highly qualified doctor confirming that what they show are indeed foreign bodies. A letter which also explains that these implants can be palpated at the back of my mouth as well. Yes, it is, I have been testing it for sometime. They have the stuff in your cell phone, radios, TV, laptops, computers, printers, cars, stereos, everything, phones. And yes they can hear and see your thoughts, and even put thoughts into your brain. Your body and brain emit brain radiation. Satellites can follow you through a day. Even the workplace is a site for testing, check the light fixtures and ceilings around you, often you can find a source of radiation. You can however test your home, office or equipment for it. There is a way to shield yourself from such activity. But alas, the stuff is in use in the US, has been since the 60's I think, and since World War II. I had originally heard of this back in the day, but never really believed it, until I decided to test it. I have been testing it for sometime. Makes for some interesting adventures, I'd care to think that privacy exists, but I have found that it really doesn't. Not even a thought is private anymore.
I have a hunch that when you say "a microwave", you're talking about the square box in your kitchen that heats food fast. The correct name for that appliance is a "microwave …oven". It was given that name because when it's turned on ... in the heating mode ... the chamber in it is filled with high-power microwave radio waves. The food in the chamber absorbs some of that microwave radiation, and becomes heated by it.
well satellite monitoring is where the satellite bounces radio waves off the ground and measures the distance between each time to measure the change in the surface to be able… to predict earthquakes in a certain area
The radiation contained in the cavity of a microwave oven is at a frequency of 2.54 GHz. This frequency was chosen since water molecules resonate at this frequency. Since th…ey resonate, they vibrate vigorously and heat up. So basically... ...Microwaves heat food by sending out waves that cause the water molecules in a food item to vibrate rapidly. this creates an energy that presents itself as heat to cook the food. Ideally, the waves are contained within the microwave because the door is closed as it is turned on, releasing waves and cooking the food. Problems arise when living tissue is exposed to these waves. People typically prefer to avoid situations where their tissues can be cooked.
no, remotes tend to use infra red blasts to communicate with a reciever, such as the TV
The three branches of government are the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch. You'll have to do the rest of your homework yourself.
The international governing body for track and field athletics is the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) it was formerly the International Amateur Athle…tics Federation.
What meteorological satellite orbit is best suited for continuous monitoring of the track of a hurricane?
Geostationary Earth-Orbiting Weather Satellites
It's NASA and US Air Force.
The microwaves are of a smaller wave length than waves of visible light and therefore the clouds do not prevent the waves getting through.
No one they are the governing body of all international competition in Track and field
Yes, although probably not the kind you're thinking about. Microwaves use electromagnetic radiation to heat food. If the microwave is properly constructed and not damaged, non…e of that radiation escapes.
Why use plasma concentration rather than blood concentration in monitoring drug concentration in the body?
Most compounds are given as their concentration in blood plasma as well as with the conditions of collection. It is a form of standardization used in order to compare results …across laboratories and over time. As blood volume and percent hematocrit (a measure of red blood cells) are fairly constant relative to body mass using the concentration in plasma ensures consistency in measurement. Another factor is that red blood cells are not equilibrated with the concentration of all compounds outside the cell equally. Transportation of compounds across the cell membrane is regulated.
When radar stations on the Earth monitor the location and movements of satellites, they are said to be tracking the satellites.
Radio with mm to cm range wavelengths. It is longer wavelength than IR.