• 02 SEP 14
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    Spoof sites are fun but please don’t quote…

    Recently doing the rounds on the internet is an article about research testing radiation from electric and hybrid cars which found the levels could pose a cancer risk to drivers and passengers. This supposed testing was done by the Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT). To quote in brief:

    “Hybrid and fully-electric automobiles pose very serious health risks to consumers, with SAR+ ratings several times more than recommended, regulated safety levels,” said Dr Matt Stone, Chief of Staff at the Institute.

    When I checked out the website for the Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT) I found other interesting research, such as research linking Jesus to cannibalism and a really neat WIT invention that can make nuclear coolant water safe for human consumption- sure to be a popular item around Fukushima I suppose…..

    To quote:

    Compound MT47B103 (“MT-FLO”)

    Referred to simply as “MT-FLO,” this remarkable chemical substance could revolutionize the way we clean up oil spills, dispose of toxic waste, and even make nuclear coolant water reusable and fit for human consumption by FDA and EPA standards*. MT-FLO is so safe, in fact, that it was recently government-approved for human safety testing in Micronesia and Papua New Guinea.

    Now if you happen to live in Wyoming and would like to visit the facility see the visitor page here.

    And if you have been to the dentist lately, and are a bit prone to paranoia, as well as very gullible, here’s another WIT creation:

    Analysis of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chip Prevalence in 3 Discrete United States Populations, John T. Brugle, Ph.D and Mary Franz, Ph.D, M.P.H. Wyoming Institute of Technology, Human Studies Division, ePUB Ahead of Print


    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work.


    There’s much more on the very clever Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT) website but as the old saying goes, “don’t believe everything you read on the Internet”!


    And while we are on the topic of spoof sites its worth a look at a related site, the “National Report … America’s #1 Independent News Source”. With Sarah Palin as a co editor (or whatever) how good can you get?

    Here’s a good example of one of their articles, also reported on the WIT site:

    Wind turbines are driving birds hostile, data shows: Our findings thus far indicate that when birds are simultaneously exposed to the frequencies of 3.7 KHz, 48.3 KHz, 14,442.3 KHz, and 24,976.5 KHz, while also hearing any frequency whatsoever between 9,244 KHz and 13,245 KHz, a chemical is released in their brains which trigger the “fight” mechanism of their “fight or flight” decision-making process. This makes them highly aggressive and, coupled with natural levels of adrenaline experienced during standard flight, prone to attacking humans.

    Remember Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1963 sci-fi movie, The Birds? It must have been early wind turbines…..But don’t quote me on that.


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