|03-14-2017, 05:10 AM||#1|
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A device that stops psionic attacks and psionic control
Basically a tinfoil hat but he uses https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velostat
Quotes from Wikipedia
> Velostat is a packaging material made of a polymeric foil (polyolefines) impregnated with carbon black to make it electrically conductive. It is used for the protection of items or devices that are susceptible to damage from electrostatic discharge.
> Due to its properties of changing its resistance with either flexing or pressure it is becoming popular with hobbyists for making inexpensive sensors for microcontroller experiments. One example of this is to make shoes which light up when the wearer takes a step. Since the resistance in the circuit is reduced when pressure is applied, this reading can indicate when weight is applied or removed from the shoes.
It's like the anti-static wrap used on electronics but it's really, really way beyond that.
The guy has tested it with many people using it and it stops aliens. He does not sell it. He gives instructions on how to make them. They take him who has experience making them five hours to make.
Last edited by Minsc; 03-14-2017 at 05:24 AM.
|03-15-2017, 10:32 AM||#2|
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Do you think aliens exist?
Assuming such aliens do exist, I wonder if psi shields are just as effective as these hats.
|04-10-2017, 05:48 PM||#3|
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I have one acquaintance who claims regular third encounter contact.
He's very unhappy with the term "abductions", he always claims it happens as a result of free will on his own part.
Whether we or exotics will evolve for physical contact to occur is a different matter.
Another point - how psionic such exotics? Are they as varied and undisciplined as humans?
Lots of questions, no real answers, in the sense of I can't sell you a ticket for a Friday night performance of the Tatooine Cantina Band or such.
Come to think of it, I can't really see Justin Bieber selling out exotic venues - just my opinion, of course. :)
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You think I don't know. Well, maybe you're wrong. Maybe I'm wrong.
But assuming you are always right always puts you in the wrong.
Because assume just makes an ass of u and me.