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in 2014:

Believe what you want. I have not been placed on the earth to convince you of anything.

If you want to comment on me, you can comment on my blog. As long as I respect, I will comment

ChemE now:

I was not put on earth for this purpose.

"Enough to answer your question. The billions of watts of EIRP microwave radiation is concentrated on the autism cluster with 224+ overlapping high-gain antennas. Is it enough? Is 1/45 children enough? How much do you need? Focus on the data."

Judging from your answer, it is not enough. You always encounter confusion, surveillance bias, recall bias, diagnostic bias, etc. You keep telling us to "focus on the data" instead of clarifying how your conclusions solve all these problems. If I were to have a class in front of the thesis committee, they would laugh at me until the cow came home.

Don't be lazy to explain all this with a good Epi, or call it packaging and go home. Your "research" has a priori problem that you either do not want to solve or cannot solve it, thus canceling (or at least raising questions) your conclusion.

Finally, come on, buddy! The intensity of radio waves is not strong enough to cause any kind of damage to cells within the distance and intensity range you are talking about. It's not that we have radio-affected circuits everywhere. (You call it radiation to scare us, but this is just ordinary old radio waves. Not the gamma rays emitted by It.)

"Miscellaneous, I fart in your general direction!"

Sadma

Didn't they find a common clue, that is, most people in the nut industry are seeking notoriety and noble devotion in this society, and this society ignores them until they do something despicable?

ChemE was originally

When he continues to talk

He can infer its existence to preserve the hypothetical radar tower. And their power to cause water spray and dissolve limestone. The whole scene is reminiscent of Ballard in the "Crystal World" era, but it shows hope.

"Do you mean that you are worried that your work will be scrutinized by your peers, otherwise your buzz will be harsh?

Many engineers (I have 500 engineers) reviewed my work and thought I was right. If you bend down so low (welcome, you already have), you are welcome to comment/criticize my work.

"And if you don't have access to the most important data for analysis, how will you come to a conclusion?"

I conducted an existing, peer-reviewed, very important clustering study, and superimposed and correlated it with a radiation model containing more than 10,000 high-gain, high-power antennas. Due to insufficient funds for my research garage, it saves me a lot of time. The correlation between clustering and my database is very good: radiation in the autism area has increased by 466%.

Hey, I just thought of another co-founder tattooing in California.

Who are these "other people are watching that" and where are their jobs?

Mom, I can’t tell you who it is, but a peer-reviewed manuscript about academic types will be published. The grammar will be much better than my grammar, which contains more words with more syllables, will identify confounders and colluders, and good technical knowledge such as uW/cm2, W/m2, dbi, EIRP, etc... …Some results may be surprising or frustrating, I'm really not sure.

However, if I did look around other autism studies that showed strong genetic mutation/environmental links, I would start here:

"It sounds terrible, just like you provide a pathetic excuse for your pitiful shortcomings after the incident."

To me now, VaxMom seems a bit "insulting", but I still like her a little...

I told you that I'm just a poor engineer and he has too much time on his hands.

Thank you for your continued attention.

What I need to know is whether you type with a straight face. It will solve all problems for me, and then I can start my afternoon. please reply.

"ChemE is more interesting when researching virtual radar towers. He can infer the existence of these radar towers to preserve this hypothesis and their ability to cause water spray and dissolve limestone."

By the way, I can go to Amazon to buy a pulse electromagnetic water regulator that can dissolve limestone (CaCO3)

It got 4 stars! ! !

Even more impressive is that if you pulse 30 million watts of microwave radiation on a coral reef below 2,000 feet, it will also dissolve!

touching!

Delphine by the fireplace

December 1, 2015

"All I need to know is if you are typing with a straight face. It will answer all the questions for me, and then I can continue to work in the afternoon. Please reply.

Many engineers (I work with 500 engineers) reviewed my work and thought I was right. "

I'm speechless.

"Autism is an engineering problem, not a biological problem, which is why scientists can't figure it out."

You see leopard seals mocking you, right? You’ve had 80 years to figure it out, and people are still blogging about vaccines and autism! so funny!

Many engineers (I have 500 engineers) reviewed my work and thought I was right. If you bend down so low (welcome, you already have), you are welcome to comment/criticize my work.

There is no doubt that they have as much epidemiological/statistical knowledge as you.

I conducted an existing, peer-reviewed, very important clustering study, and superimposed and correlated it with a radiation model containing more than 10,000 high-gain, high-power antennas. Due to insufficient funds for my research garage, it saves me a lot of time. The correlation between clustering and my database is very good: radiation in the autism area has increased by 466%.

Complaining about lack of funds is not an excuse for hasty work. I'm glad you have a daily job... keep it up.

Mom, I can’t tell you who it is, but a peer-reviewed manuscript about academic types will be published. The grammar will be much better than mine, which contains more words with more syllables, will identify confounders and conspirators, and good technical knowledge such as uW/cm2, W/m2, dBi, EIRP, etc. I'm really not sure.

Oh yes! (Undoubtedly) another Super Sekrit's amazing paradigm shift study conducted by the world's most famous scientist.

I did, and I shot the bastard with my fake radar tower.

Engineers, statisticians and physicists are looking for prey. They found a lot of money, and everyone took turns trying to bag it.

The physicist is the first. Assuming it was an ideal sphere in a vacuum, he took out his experiment book and quickly calculated the trajectory of the bullet. The bullet is 20m shorter than the deer.

Engineers ranked second. He took out his engineer pad and projectile hypothesis book. After a few minutes, he was ready, he aimed, and fired. The bullet landed 20m away from the deer.

The statistician yelled, "We get it!"

Dear God, please do not book! Oh, no matter what you do, please don’t! ! !

// @ Delphine:

Haha.

But do you know what they think about engineers and autism?

Aren’t our other engineer theorists at RI very familiar?

"Oh, yes! (Undoubtedly) another super Sekrit blockbuster paradigm shift study conducted by the world's most famous scientist in his work.

Dear God, please do not book! Oh, no matter what you do, please don’t! ! ! "

Oops, I wrote a book 2 years ago.

I am trying to keep the exposure fun!

:)

Yes Yes. Please don't tell its name.

Look at Denice, now, when RFK Jr. threatened to write a book, my memories were simply creepy. There was another person who didn't know that his ass threatened to put it on paper from a hole in the ground, and then...he knew it,...my eyes opened.

However, when I hit this awesome Nyquil again, they will close soon.

I just found you and only commented on "helpful", Stewart.

Oh yes, that comment was very "helpful".

Many engineers (I have 500 engineers) reviewed my work and thought I was right.

Therefore, the people who work and contact with you, as well as those who have the same ideas and opinions with you, agree with your view of "statistics."

Don't you know how stupid it is?

If you do have flashbacks, this will help:

-Blink

-Focus on the real things in your vision

-Sing/sing-"this is not real"

Go with the flow, because you never know

-By the way, there are better potions than Nyquil

Therefore, looking at the author’s other "writings", it is now painful to understand why engineers are prey to quack doctors (or in this case, mature science fiction becomes a reality)...

I am waiting for Mr. Delphine to arrive in another hour or so, which is much better than Niquel. Delphinette was under my care and honestly, I was very ill and couldn't enter the pharmacy, especially. Dragged with her.

It may be a very stupid question, but is the flashback really true? To be sure, my father was an adult (because of the fireworks (bomb falling)) who took them away. I know I know that if there is only a certain tool on my computer, a certain type of search mechanism...

Since electrons are fermions, when you increase the electromagnetic radiation in a certain area, it will increase uncertainty, (Poly exclusion principle)

Jeezums, I am glad that the coffee is not ready yet.

ChemE, please stop embarrassing our engineers.

Many engineers (I have 500 engineers) reviewed my work and thought I was right.

But this is not a project, but requires them to review. (By the way, I did notice your bait and switch there, which means you have 500 people who made irrelevant statements when you worked with 500 engineers, but it didn’t actually say how many people were right. Your work has been reviewed. .) You know that engineers shouldn’t be inspected outside of their area of ​​expertise, right? There are basic engineering ethics. I am a software engineer; you do not want me to peer review circuit designs, or chemical processes that you are forbidden to develop. Of course, I went to an organic chemistry semester, but it almost made me ineligible.

You need to socialize with people

Review your work. Don't let ChemE review your work. Find epidemiologists, physicists who specialize in microwaves, neurologists, and developmental psychologists who specialize in autism, these people. Otherwise, this is not an appropriate comment. At best, it is a group of engineers who speculate outside of their field of expertise.

ChemE: "Besides, I don't have access to human health statistics,..."

So, don’t you bother to go to the library of your local university? Or do you not understand demographic factors as confounding factors? How can there be

ChemE: "Many engineers (I have 500 staff) have reviewed my work and thought I was right."

That's so funny. I agree with Calli Arcale's request to stop embarrassing engineers.

There is an occasional topic here involving engineers who think they can engage in untrained science. The classic chemical engineer is Andy Cutler, who is very good at deceiving children with autism. Brian Hooker, a biochemical engineer, is another engineer whose science and statistics are poor.

Your call for the authority of engineers did not impress the engineers posted on this blog, especially for me, I used to be an aerospace engineer. I did structural dynamics, which involved some statistics. Although compared with biomedical data, the level of statistical data has declined. This is the place where Brian Hooker performed wonderfully. I know my limits, maybe it's time to learn your limits.

Krebitzen:

This is exactly what the researchers at the University of California, Davis discovered (according to the article I linked above):

Most areas or clusters are located in areas where the parent’s level of education is above average. Other clusters are located near the main autism treatment center.

I think that is also "weird".

I think he misunderstood our objections. Earlier, he asked how more education might lead to autism. He ruled out this situation, because in his opinion, it may lead to autism.

But this is not what we are talking about. What we are talking about is that they may increase *diagnosis*. He believes that confounding factors must also cause autism, which means he is one step ahead of himself. This has nothing to do with other things that may lead to autism, but to other things that may lead to the statistical information we see.

In a list of possible confounders, this must always be remembered: your data may be wrong, or at least incomplete. It is reasonable to replace the actual occurrence of autism with a diagnosis of autism, but it has a key weakness.

Consider the murder rate. If an article in the newspaper says that the murder rate has dropped, does this mean that the police are doing better to protect our safety? Maybe will. But what do we use to replace the murder rate? We may be looking at the arrest rate. This may go down because the police are doing so well that all the murderers are at a low level, or it may mean that they are doing so badly that no one catches them. We really don't know which one, and these data can't tell us.

This is what ChemE lacks. The data he used could not tell him whether it was insufficient. He used diagnosis rate as a synonym for morbidity, ignoring the difference.

Dean

"Many engineers (I work with 500 employees) have reviewed my work and thought I was right.

Therefore, the people you work with and get along with, and the people you share multiple ideas and opinions,

In fact, I often disagree with electrical engineers and work with 100 of them.

What worries me is that using a NEXRAD radar, they emit EIRP equivalent to 32 billion watts of radiation 500 times per second, and they don't know where it is! ! :

How do we always know the path of the beam?

Apart from seeing the AP on the radar, we don't have it! To know the path of the beam, we need to know the exact composition of moisture, temperature and pressure in the atmosphere at about 70,000 feet per minute within about 240 miles from the radar, and this ability does not exist.

I think you can? I think I know where the electronics are going

"And agree with your understanding of "statistics". Didn't you realize how stupid you are?

I used to be smarter

I have this beautiful non-isotropic radiation model. I can input the angle of the dish antenna and the cloud top as well as the power feed and gain. It can calculate the radiation profile hitting the ground (by the way, a few miles away from the dish transmitter The radiation profile may be 3 times higher than the direct emission) Then, it can process and calculate the overlapping refractive power density of 10,000 high-gain antennas within 30 seconds around the United States, and then use it at any point in the United States for calculation. Create maps and data tables, then I can run statistics against the incidence of disease (geocoded with lat/lon and FIPS codes), and my python routine will spit out P values ​​for the null hypothesis, which is what I have to say One sentence. I am very lucky with the correlation between dolphins, whales, manatees, dead fish, dissolved coral reefs, autism clusters and cancer clusters with abnormal deaths. I can share with you politely.

Let me ask a simple question. No one can check the power density of electromagnetic radiation for autism and cancer clusters. Why waste bandwidth and money on vaccines?

Find epidemiologists, physicists who specialize in microwaves, neurologists, and developmental psychologists who specialize in autism, these people.

In fact, the local ARRL part may be sufficient.

"Why no one checks the electromagnetic radiation power density for autism and cancer clusters."

Because of the sixth Bradford-Hill Code, I'm sure you know how you are taught "enough" epidemiology and all aspects.

I think you can? I think I know where the electronics are going

Electrons will not "walk" anywhere in the propagation of electromagnetic waves.

"Electrons will not "go" anywhere in the propagation of electromagnetic waves."

Next, you will tell me that photons have no mass.

Electromagnetic waves (from radar and antenna) generate current in conductor/electrolyte

Definition: Electromagnetic induction (or sometimes just induction) is a process in which a conductor placed in a changing magnetic field (or a conductor moving through a fixed magnetic field) generates a voltage across the conductor. The process of electromagnetic induction generates electric current-it is said that electric current is induced.

You and the ocean are the command

It's hard to get worse.

You are looking at the large amount of "data" collected, ignoring things that you think are not important (although the scientist researching this question says to the contrary), looking for random correlations, and claiming that your results are valid because some of your friends Think your work looks good. You won’t bother to review existing studies because you know they are wrong. You won’t talk to experts in the field you’re reviewing, and you won’t bother trying to present your work to comment on it.

In basic statistics or scientific research, this does not pass any validity tests, let alone do what you claim.

Sixth Bradford-Hill Criteria:

Rationality: A reasonable mechanism between cause and effect is helpful (but Hill pointed out that the knowledge of this mechanism is limited by current knowledge). [1]

Autism and EMF? The rationality of the pathophysiological connection-part one

the second part

Martha Locks!

Radio frequency radiation induces currents in conductors and electrolytes, thereby accelerating the rate of oxidative stress and corrosion

ChemE @ 247: "Why doesn't anyone check the electromagnetic radiation power density for autism and cancer clusters?"

*You* tell us what is the mechanism of action? How can this type of radiation cause autism in some places, while in other places, the same type of radiation can cause cancer?

What is my impedance?

Let me ask a simple question. Why no one can check the electromagnetic radiation power density for autism and cancer clusters

FTFY.

"What is my impedance?"

Are you lacking in mind? :-p

He believes that confounding factors must also cause autism, which means he is one step ahead of himself. This has nothing to do with other things that may lead to autism, but to other things that may lead to the statistical information we see.

Indeed, ChemE believes that the various confounding variables we listed for him are independent variables. Not surprisingly, he is digging high heels. We have seen almost all cranks and the hare hypothesis that they believe they have determined the cause of autism.

Narad" December 1, 2015

PS What does the existence of round objects mean? "

Can someone help Narad?

[Image sent by EMC]

The correct answer is "relay station".

Not those.

ChemE's entire bait and switch are based on processing unidirectional, intermittent energy, as if from the same energy flow.

direction,

(May be obscured by the "equivalent" in EIRP).

Fortunately, in the real world, laser pointers

Evaporate blackboard.

Well, there is a small problem, that is, EIRP is meaningless statistical information, because the beam moves in all directions, and at microwave frequencies, the refraction of the atmosphere is very small.

For all my friends who are critics of biology and medical statistics: Physics is as bad as epidemiology.

please continue.

"The real crop circle pattern (reflecting plasma/heat/magnetic damage) may actually be triggered by dark matter and energy passing through the earth. In this case, dark matter is both beautiful and deadly. Tell us something?

(Excerpt from Honey, they cooked illustrated e-books for children)

This very powerful book you wrote must be full of wisdom and insight. I am curious what you think

These patterns try to tell us what happens when they pass our planet.

Watch out for blues rock metal bands.

What is my impedance?

Ok if you like that man

The symbol, if it must be infinite.

^You are like that guy

^ IT-IT must be unlimited

So few words, so many mistakes.

@gaist

Is he not only an expert in biology and epidemiology, but also an astrophysicist? What chemistry

An expert?

In a sense, higher education can be considered an indirect cause of autism, because people pursuing higher education usually postpone having children until old age, and the age of older parents is a known risk factor. Of course, there is also a "various mating" hypothesis-if you have enough well-educated people in one place, they are likely to have above-average autism-like characteristics, which may have the same characteristics as ASD The genetic basis, so that when they cross, they produce offspring with above-average ASD. I'm not sure if I will buy it, but it is an interesting idea. In any case, my opinion is that not all of these clusters may actually have a higher incidence of some ASDs than the general population, but this is not completely impossible, but a more convincing explanation than ChemE’s hypothesis .

I remembered a comment from a friend of a sixth grade teacher. They do a lot of bullying education in middle school. In the days when they covered up that unit, she was complained of "Ms. G, I was bullied, X hit me in the lobby!"

Narard@255 & 256

It looks like you grabbed the amplifier he put down.

Well, the time has come, we have some dark energy for courtship. Quantum becomes obsolete.

guys! guys! Are we bullying ChemE?

@ Ren, of course we are. *

*Of course, through the definition of anti-bullying behavior-vaxx.

Re-quote from the book.

iii!

Guys, I'm back! I know you miss me!

Bradford Hill Standard

6) Rationality: A reasonable mechanism between cause and effect is helpful (but Hill pointed out that the knowledge of this mechanism is limited by current knowledge). [1]

Rationality of EMF/Autism:

Vichy, known as the "conduction" or "super refraction" of the radiation beam:

If the atmospheric conditions that cause super-refraction cause the beam to bend equal to or greater than the curvature of the earth, a situation called a pipe or trap occurs. Pipes often cause false echoes, also known as anomalous propagation or AP for short.

Oh, good L-rd coinage is not only superfluous, it will make you sound stupid, *as if you are using your nose to focus on refraction ("refracting out of the atmosphere" is a similar plagiarism). The existence of conveying conditions varies

(PDF).

I pointed out in the paper that the 14 antennas in a set exceed the FCC safety limits for an uncontrolled area at a distance of 8000' (along the beam path)

"restricted area"? Why all the antennas are pointing

Is this just a substitute for isotropy in the text salad? Before you start to assemble the antenna, you must prove that you are not wrong

(And no, I will not read "your paper"; if you can't explain here, then you won't understand it at first):

Make a perfect waveguide calculation.

*Don't let the real crankshaft sink over time.

Dark matter? Dark energy? Crop circles?

My dear, I am toadya. waste time.

Oh, and-JP: I really hope you are all right.

Everyone does this.

seriously.

Gauss

"The real crop circle pattern (reflecting the destruction of plasma/heat/magnetic field) may actually be triggered by dark matter and energy passing through the earth. In this case, dark matter is both beautiful and deadly. Are these complex patterns Are you really trying to tell us something? (Yes)"

This very powerful book you wrote must be full of wisdom and insight. I would love to know what you think, these patterns try to tell us through our planet.

OMG read these articles!

Some people warn us about electromagnetic radiation emitted by earth stations and microwave towers.

"Martha Rock!"

Martha Herbert, anti-expert non-expert on autism? Good lord

Todd W.

@gaist

"He is not only an expert in biology and epidemiology, but also an astrophysicist? Isn't he an expert on ChemE?"

Not really, but I do have a theory of everything based on M theory. No one knows the meaning of "theory of everything"...

There is a lot of cold dark matter in our atmosphere.

When I was looking for dark sources of energy, I usually knocked down the house, but I found that many microwave radiations are something that electrical engineers can't seem to track.

See #281.

Okay: This clown isn't serious-he just posts scraps randomly selected from the holes. No one would stupidly write "When I am looking for dark energy, it usually knocks down houses" or "There is a lot of cold dark matter in our atmosphere". And take it seriously.

"restricted area"? Why are all antennas pointing in the same direction? "

Because they are sending signals to the same pair of geostationary satellites. Or, for microwave relay towers, they are transmitting to the same remote tower.

Is this just a substitute for isotropy in the text salad? Before you start to assemble the antenna, you must prove that you did not make a mistake (No, I will not read "Your paper"; if you can't explain it here, you won't understand it) First):

The total power of the antenna is 1330 watts (14 earth stations point to the same satellite)

Average antenna gain dBi53.2 dBi

4000 feet to the area of ​​interest

1219.2 m

Operating frequency 5000 MHz

Have ground reflections been calculated?

Estimated RF power density 3.8044 mW/cm2

controlled

Uncontrolled environment

surroundings

Maximum allowable exposure (MPE)

5.005 mW/cm2

1.005 mW/cm2

Distance from antenna center to regulatory compliance

3490.9796 feet

1064.0506 m

7806.0059 feet

2379.2706 m

Does the area of ​​interest seem to meet the requirements?

Yes it is

Do not

Wow. I mean I have been busy for several days without paying attention to this topic. As someone with professional (and hobby) software and RF/antenna design expertise and support, I can actually only do one thing when skipping the troubles of this guy. I sit here, smirking and laughing, occasionally laughing while reading. This may be a bit cruel, because he seems to need professional help, and I am not talking about technical sorting.

The sad ChemE will catch anyone he thinks can verify his pet hypothesis. You might want to take a closer look at the radar of Martha Herbert, Whackadoo's mold cause autism.

Not really, but I do have a theory of everything based on M theory. No one knows the meaning of "theory of everything"...

Betcha John Cleese did it.

rs, you will see this statement from ChemE: "Actually, I disagree with electrical engineers many times, and I work with 100 of them."?

I think you agree with his disagreement.

I think I know where the electronics are going

The electron revolves in a circle.

Let me ask a simple question. Why doesn't anyone use a field strength meter to check the power density of electromagnetic radiation to combat autism and cancer?

No, the correct way for ChemE to show real-world threats is to go outside with an antenna and spectrum analyzer (the preamplifier may also be in order). We are now in the main duct season (which often happens when the weather changes), so it probably does not take a long week to return to all the real-world plots that he needs to close. Match these with his predictions and he will be gold.

In the previous life, I did it, so I can tell you what he will see, and there is nothing better than he thought.

He ignores the free space loss (quite large), all the various transmitters are on different frequencies (there is a lot of unused bandwidth between the two, so you can’t just add them up), and most importantly , The pipe transmission does not completely look like the simplified picture he has been using. The microwave tube is not like the laser beam reflected between the front silver mirrors, but more like the flashlight beam reflected between the wrinkled tissue paper with holes on it.

I have a beautiful non-isotropic radiation model, which can input the dish angle and cloud top, as well as the power feed and gain, and it can calculate the radiation distribution map that hits the ground

It's okay, Sherlock. That's because they are not aimed at the ground. What Genting tells you is worthless

(

), you can solve the whole problem.

Then, it can process and calculate the overlapping refractive power density of 10,000 high-gain antennas within 30 seconds within the United States. Then, it uses that power density to create maps and data tables anywhere in the United States, and then I can make statistics on the incidence of the disease (geocoded in lat/lon and FIPS codes)

This is an idiot. You don't even have a "calculation" time series for "power density".

I must say this is a beautiful thing.

Well of course, there must be some AREPS output floating, you can benchmark it.

Palindrom

"Well, EIRP is a meaningless statistic, because the beam propagates in all directions, and at microwave frequencies, the refraction of the atmosphere is very small, which is a small problem."

FCC makes suppliers report EIRP, why do you say it doesn’t make sense? It represents the equivalent focus power of the transmitter

In fact, the GHz frequency is higher than the frequency refracted by AM/FM, so you are wrong about it. For air ducts, it can be 100% refraction, and you will become "biological pollutants" or "ground clutter"

Pipes are actually very common on the coast, so please don't mess things up.

^I think the beginning of the b0rk3d block quote is obvious.

"The microwave tube is not like the laser beam reflected between the front silver mirrors, but more like the flashlight beam reflected between the corrugated tissue paper with holes."

I never called it a laser beam, and you used to call it that, like flashlights or searchlights. In the case of the Hollywood Hills, sometimes 224 bounces occur at the same time, and they all bounce at similar earth station frequencies.

I need help!

Can anyone point me to some of the "most likely" sites where rejecting the germ doctrine is a major event. On the CBC vaccine-related comment thread, there are some completely idiots who deny the bacteria theory ("Measles is a vitamin deficiency, polio is a chemical poisoning disease." He bluntly denied the bacteria theory), I want to say something Negative idea of ​​where big cheeses hang out.

Thank you.

Is he not only an expert in biology and epidemiology, but also an astrophysicist? Isn't ChemE an expert yet?

there are more. He is also a meteorologist!

In addition to triggering volcanoes, sinking pits, local structural damage, etc., these particles may also produce hurricanes around them until (according to ordinary weather models, reach inland areas as easily as possible) the particles disappear underground , Dissipated the storm.

Presumably, the low air pressure is caused by atmospheric gas that the particles collapse during their travel, and/or due to

(It seems that the solids on the ground do not have that great gravitational force).

They also generate vacuum energy

Oh, Tunguska too

Caused by one of the particles, the presence of these particles can also cause heart disease and stroke. (One question for ChemE is, will the incidence of heart attacks and strokes occur geographically?)

In addition, the dark matter entering the ocean from the earth may cause the death of fish... How does this fit with your dead fish as evidence of the electromagnetic radiation of ChemE, the artificially induced autism theory?

"In addition, the dark matter entering the ocean from the earth may also cause the death of fish... How does this fit with your dead fish as evidence of the electromagnetic radiation of ChemE, the artificially induced autism theory?"

There is cold dark matter in our atmosphere, which is causing the propagation, refraction and scattering of electromagnetic radiation. Due to the cold weather, it will also condense water vapor, thus causing our weather.

"The existence of dark matter is inferred from the gravitational effect on visible matter and the gravitational lens of background radiation"

In my model, waterspouts, tornadoes and hurricanes all have cold dark matter along their eye walls, which are actually domain walls. They are all vacuum disturbances, not just temperature disturbances. They attenuate and emit "dark energy", which is why "hook echoes" appear when the radar is pointed at a tornado when the atmosphere is curved and radiated. Basically, tornadoes are small wormholes that evaporate and rot.

Simple concept.

In fact, the GHz frequency is higher than the frequency refracted by AM/FM, so you are wrong about it.

Someone put Stephen P. McGreevy online.

For air ducts, it can be 100% refraction

Okay, at least you have figured it out. You definitely don't know what refraction is.

And become "biological pollutants" or "ground clutter"

"PS, I am not a crank."

If you admit "M Theory"

, That is the beginning.

Narad

"Okay, at least you have clarified, you definitely don't know what refraction is."

??

The air duct is a special super-refraction technology. When the trajectory of the radar beam is more curved toward the surface of the earth than the normal direction, super refraction occurs.

The advantage of the pipeline is that it increases the range of the radar, can further sample the storm from the radar, and can further sample the lower altitude in the storm from the radar. The disadvantage of pipeline transmission is increased ground clutter and increased abnormal propagation (because the radar beam reflects energy from hitting the earth's surface or sampling storms back outside the radar's maximum clear range).

Can anyone point me to some of the "most likely" sites where rejecting the germ doctrine is a major event.

@Doug, there is no hut where these lazy people gather. AVN (not a porn site), "Nature News" and "Prison Planet" are reminiscent of.

Thank you, Mother Science. Although I have read the host's post, but the denialists of the germ theory pay little attention. The whale is usually the first place I think of because it is ridiculous, but I only know it by reputation, not because I stayed there for a few minutes. (Maybe someone should be nudged in this direction.)

I have decided not to participate in this work-it seems that I want to use a bowl of rice pudding to reason.

I never called it a laser beam...

But isn't your model based on this?

According to your model when you posted #284, EIRP returns to Earth 100%, but if this happens, all these satellite uplinks will be dimmed. This does not happen in real life. In fact, there is nothing better than this, and you will know, if you have a little idea, then what are you talking about.

Don’t you think that your model is just a little bit off? Like coupla dB?

You know what dB is, right?

According to your #284 post, what is the free space loss?

There is cold dark matter in our atmosphere, which is causing the propagation, refraction and scattering of electromagnetic radiation.

Dark matter interacts only under the action of gravity.

Due to the cold weather, it will also condense water vapor, thus causing our weather.

Cosmology aside, you are trying to play radio frequency physics and engineering while showing less practical understanding than qualified members of the amateur radio service. *

I suggest you put your daily work first.

*Morse requirements should never be eliminated.

"Okay, at least you have clarified, you definitely don't know what refraction is."

You used the term "100% refraction". If you have a little idea, then you mean

^Well, that is a cruel sentence. I just noticed that ChemE missed something in the quote

,which is,"

Therefore, it is wise to obtain a view of the storm from a nearby radar and compare it with the closest view to account for the spread and refraction of the beam. "

The path loss will vary with weather conditions at any time. Just because the signal is intensively transmitted in an area does not mean that part of the signal still cannot reach the satellite along the external multipath.

You are completely missing a point. In the Los Angeles area, the number of high-gain broadcast antennas has increased by 466%, and the number of autism has increased by 400%. And this does not include additional relay antennas. A similar situation exists around the LaJolla and Fresno clusters. Like light (visible radiation), microwave radiation fills the entire area due to path losses (such as refraction, reflection, and scattering).

Path loss usually includes the propagation loss caused by the natural expansion of radio waves in free space (usually in the shape of an ever-increasing sphere), and the absorption loss (sometimes called penetration loss) when the signal propagates in an opaque medium. For electromagnetic waves, when opaque obstacles block part of the radio wave front, diffraction loss and loss caused by other phenomena.

The signal radiated by the transmitter may also propagate to the receiver along many different paths at the same time. This effect is called multipath. Multipath waves are combined at the receiver antenna, resulting in a large variation of the received signal, depending on the strength and relative propagation time of the wave and the distribution of the bandwidth of the transmitted signal. In the Rayleigh fading scenario, the total power of the interference wave changes rapidly with spatial changes (this is called small-scale fading). Small-scale fading refers to the rapid change of the radio signal amplitude in a short period of time or in the propagation distance.

I think you are in a "life without wisdom two meters away". camp.

If you want to make a real scientific exploration of this, you will do your best to break your hypothesis. I mean, you should work very hard to find another explanation related to this. Maybe you want to conduct natural experiments in other areas where microwave radiation is particularly high or low. Maybe you want to look at people who are professionally exposed to microwaves, or those who are professionally exposed to microwaves. People who are receiving microwaves. There is little exposure, perhaps those who live in remote areas of the grid, and see if they have more or fewer children with autism.

Ask yourself if your hypothesis is correct, what else is true or false, and then see if this is the case. A true scientist will hunt down and correct the number of confounding factors, rather than dismiss it unceremoniously.

What you seem to be doing is looking for evidence to support your hypothesis and ignoring any unsupported hypothesis. This is the mark of crank and tuning.

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I never called it a laser beam...

But isn't your model based on this?

No, I am using a standard non-isotropic antenna power density calculation model that includes ground reflections.

Since there are 224+ transmitting antennas near me in this LA autism cluster area, I can choose more antennas and higher path loss, and draw the same conclusion.

And this does not include the overhead of all studio relay transmitters.

What happens when air traffic with a metal fuselage flies over these beams? ~100% reflection to the ground. LAX (the cluster wraps it, Santa Monica and Burbank.

Scattered, suffocated and covered.

So let's stay here:

You think the main reason for the 400% increase in the diagnosis rate of autism in this region is higher education and increased income. I think this is because the microwave radiation in the region has increased by more than 466%.

I could have chosen more antennas and "higher" path loss, and came to the same conclusion.

I mean "reducing" the path loss

The area’s autism diagnosis rate has increased by 400%

Greater than what? What is your baseline? What do you use as a control?

"Greater than what?"

Larger than the rest of the Los Angeles area. Read hypothetical document

ChemE-If I use "rivets" instead of "microwave radiation", then your theory will not be too different from the theory used in medieval science.

Larger than the rest of the Los Angeles area. Read hypothetical document

How do you control for demographic differences? Immigration? SES? education? The age and health of the parents?

Oh wait, yes...

grey,

Microwave radiation is real. You obviously believe in witches

Larger than the rest of the Los Angeles area.

How do you define the area used? (In addition to mentioning the confusing variables in "Science Mom".) How do you determine the contents of the experimental area and the control area?

"And how do you define the area used? (Except for the confusing variables mentioned by Mother Science.) How do you determine the experimental area and the area of ​​the control area?"

Todd, I drew a bounding box in Google Earth around the autism star cluster in the Santa Monica/Hollywood Hills area identified by Columbia researchers. My Python routines are taken from my more than 10,000 databases Extracted 224 high-gain microwave earth stations and pulse radars in the cluster area. My transmitter database is downloaded from the FCC, and then I can move the bounding box to any area of ​​the LA outside the cluster and get an emissivity that is about 400%+ less than that of the high-gain microwave transmitter. There are 48 of the examples I showed in the paper. Moving the box to multiple different areas should help solve the demographic problem.

The concentration of the high-gain microwave antenna is very obvious on my map, and it is very consistent with the cluster area, the cluster area is about 20km x 50km, the shape is the same as the transmitter position, and it is irregular.

palindrom:

I remembered a joke my uncle (a statistician at 3M) liked to tell:

Biologists obey only chemists.

Chemists obey only physicists*.

Physicists obey only mathematicians.

Mathematicians only obey God.

*Except for ChemE, he is of course a chemical engineer, not a chemist. There is a difference.

Sarah:

In any case, my opinion is that not all of these clusters may actually have a higher incidence of some ASDs than the general population, but this is not completely impossible, but a more convincing explanation than ChemE’s hypothesis .

This is a good point, and I also have an intuition that autism may be more disabling in wealthy urban families with higher education because they are more likely to take their children into highly structured academic courses and In the intense extracurricular activities, children with autism are under much greater pressure than those who grew up on the farm. By the way, the farm is a very good place to grow. I just want to know if powerful autistic patients are in a less stressful environment at the beginning, then they may be less likely to show symptoms related to symptoms. ADHD. I want to know whether more diagnoses of ADHD can be made now, not because there are more people suffering from ADHD, but because it has greater disability, because

But the main thing I want to point out is that the most obvious reasonable explanation for the difference in diagnosis is only to obtain services, and ChemE rejected it because he could not foresee that the data was wrong. This was a huge flaw in his logic, and he still did not respond.

Because they are sending signals to the same pair of geostationary satellites.

Well, you do know that there are more than one geostationary satellite, right? Moreover, this has not even considered the Molniya orbit communication satellite, which is very popular in places where the line of sight to geosynchronous stars is very low in the higher altitudes and in all lower orbit satellites (such as the Iridium constellation). To be honest, We should actually calculate the constellation of navigation satellites, mainly GPS, as well as GLONASS, Beidou and the newborn Galileo, because they also receive signals from the ground.

Kindly and politely, can you imagine the incidence of cancer near Goldstone, California, located on the Deep Space Network site? :-P

By the way, "dark matter" and "dark energy" are not discrete entities. They are placeholder terms for matter and energy. We know they exist but cannot be directly observed, so they cannot be identified. Cranks tend to think of them as specific entities, rather than a bunch of things that we haven’t found. Therefore, dark matter and energy are often very useful litmus tests for cranks.

Oh, and ChemE, what you said to Gary:

Witches absolutely exist. They just don't have real magic power, even if they think they have magic power. Therefore, I want to say that his analogy is clear, because you obviously believe that the capabilities of microwaves are beyond the scope of scientific proof, and you refuse to actually study them in any scientific way.

guys,

thank you for your support!

In 30 days of views, you are now ranked in the top 4% of academic researchers!

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Witches absolutely exist. They just don’t have real magic,

I thought he meant the strong. Others are most likely scattered throughout Los Angeles, mostly around Halloween

I must say that this topic has become very interesting and educational. I thank Mother Science, Calli Arcale and others for their comments, who pointed out ChemE errors that I didn't know about (physics, radio waves, etc. are not within my knowledge). Although I can easily realize that he is ignoring any co-founders, I cannot call him a radiation expert.

Thanks to all the minions who have this knowledge! :)

Crude..."I recognized him/her..." I didn't bother to click on the self-reinforcing link of ChemE, so I was not sure of my gender and wanted to be a PC. : D

"Kind and kind, can you imagine the incidence of cancer at the Deep Space Network site near Goldstone, California?"

Yes, Hinckley, California is near Goldstone. There are many health problems there. I map it to my blog, and the radar is in my database. If you look at the autism map of California, the area is higher in the southeast and south.

EMF will increase the corrosion/oxidation corrosion of positively charged metals/minerals (such as Ca2 +, etc.) in the electrolyte

If we are to be immersed in all these EMFs, we need to provide cathodic protection for our children

After seeing the old plot of Mythbusters, I can see ChemE weaving copper clothes for his children...

Goldstone's non-isotropic radiation profile

Kali, thank you for reminding me!

You are right! They even made a movie!

Finally, I read about Hinkley, the backbone is dissolving, the trees are dying, etc.

Krebitzen

ChemE,

If you want to make a real scientific exploration of this, you will do your best to break your hypothesis.

I did it three years ago. With the assistance of a computational biologist from a university in the southeastern United States, I helped me establish a null hypothesis for dead fish in Florida, established a metric, and performed 10,000 iterations. Three years of fish deaths and radar locations and dummy were classified. Rather than stupid) location and calculated P value (assumed to be empty). The range of p value is <0.01 to less than 0.001. Information on my blog. If anyone cares about his preliminary comments, please visit my blog.

Since many marine mammals around the radar seem to have died of "shock", I said hell, maybe they were shocked!

I mean, you should work very hard to find alternative explanations for this correlation

I did it and narrowed it down to electrical engineers and witches

, It may be necessary to conduct natural experiments in other places where microwave radiation is particularly high or low,

I have taken it to the north shore of Kauai, where the calcium carbonate coral reef is dissolved below the 30M watt pulsed microwave radar station. The fish on the reef have turned black and their stomachs are bulging. Too bad, they are making a movie!

Maybe look at people who are professionally exposed to microwaves, or people who are not exposed to microwaves at all, maybe people living in remote areas of the power grid, and see if they have more or fewer children with autism.

For ASD, I mapped clusters across California

Ask yourself if your hypothesis is correct, what else is true or false, and then see if this is the case. A true scientist will hunt down and correct the number of confounding factors, rather than dismiss it unceremoniously.

I am an engineer and I like to identify and solve problems. I did not dismiss confounding factors lightly. I agree with the Columbia researchers that the other confounding factors mentioned are only a small part of the answer.

What you seem to be doing is looking for evidence to support your hypothesis and ignoring any unsupported hypothesis. This is the mark of crank and tuning.

In fact, I use faster computers, larger databases, more initials, and more money to falsify or support my hypotheses, thereby transferring research results to others.

We will wait and see...

I'm just color commentary

"Good, kind, can you imagine the incidence of cancer at the Deep Space Network site near Goldstone, California?"

You are right! They even made a movie!

Finally I read about Hinckley, the backbone is dissolving, the trees are dying,

Is the Hinckley Cluster a groundwater pollution in power plant runoff?

I drew a bounding box on Google Earth around the Santa Monica/Hollywood Hills area autistic population identified by Columbia researchers

But how do you accurately determine where the boundary is drawn? A difference of one square may greatly change your results. How do you calculate the number of people entering and leaving the area? How do you control the proximity of the treatment center? How do you control the age of your parents? How do you control your prenatal exposure to drugs like valproate? How do you control prenatal infections such as rubella?

It is worth noting that Tin has repeatedly said that pregnancy and childbirth are safe, and abortion is dangerous in many ways. He also opposed increasing everyone’s access to health care, calling it socialism, not unnecessary.

And the wrong post. Delete as needed.

ChemE: "Thank you for your support!

In 30 days of views, you are now ranked in the top 4% of academic researchers! "

So you are just sending spam to the page view?

"I am an engineer and I like to identify and solve problems."

So? In terms of skills and education, you go far beyond depth.

"I didn't dismiss confounding factors lightly..."

It might be true. You fired him because you knew nothing about these issues and how epidemiology works. In the advanced applied mathematics course for engineers, I did encounter problems involving epidemiology, but this did not make me aware of all the factors involved in the subject.

In short, I can solve specific differential equations, but I cannot come up with appropriate variables or the relationships between them. It's not like I can be a mechanical system in a dynamic system.

I did not dissolve confounding factors lightly,

Then, when you wrote, I must have misunderstood you:

By the way, did you know that except for occasional crank visitors, no one believes that vaccines can cause autism?

By the way, did you know that except for occasional crank visitors, no one believes that vaccines can cause autism?

So why is everyone wasting time talking and blogging?

Okay, my bad thing is that VAxBlogMom has let me down.

I was joking about those mixed things. I mean, if you have a good education and income, please buy an expensive house near all the high-gain microwave antennas on the slopes of Hollywood and buy a lot of electronic/wireless toys for you and your children. It is more likely to suffer from autism. As you get older and spend more time in the area, your oxidation/corrosion rate is faster than others due to the extra EMF load in the area, so your chances of suffering genetic damage and autism increase.

Therefore, please take your antioxidants!

But how do you accurately determine where the boundary is drawn? A difference of one square may greatly change your results.

I zoomed in on Google using a high-resolution monitor and set the box close to the boundary of the autistic group identified by Columbia University. I use reading glasses to zoom in. Then I used cut and paste to copy the box to make sure it was exactly the same size... (~20km x 50 km)

How do you calculate the number of people entering and leaving the area?

I can move the box anywhere in California and most places in the United States, because they don't have so many microwave transmitters, so I have covered them. I think if they move out of this country I have a problem...

How do you control the proximity of the treatment center?

I calculated it, if I could move the box to anywhere in California without so much microwave radiation, then I would be covered. Some boxes have treatment centers, many do not.

How do you control the age of your parents? How do you control your prenatal exposure to drugs like valproate? How do you control prenatal infections such as rubella?

As above, I can move the box to any place in California without getting too much microwave radiation from one area. There will be young people in some areas, old people in some areas, healthy people in some areas, and sick people in some areas.

My research included everything Columbia University and Davis did to define their cluster maps (because I used their maps)

This is why you can’t figure out autism, you can’t see the forest through the trees. You are trapped in the weeds and try to separate the pepper.

I looked down from an altitude of 30,000 feet. The reason is obvious. The Hollywood Hills area is emitting microwave radiation (lighting in an invisible way). I can move the boxes to anywhere in California, they don't have that much radiation. It is the microwave broadcasting capital of the world!

Reminds me of KFC’s very crispy meal

Thank you for cleaning up, relieved, etc.

Okay, my bad thing is that VAxBlogMom has let me down.

What's up to you? Are you twelve years old?

I was joking about those mixed things. I mean, if you have a good education and income, please buy an expensive house near all the high-gain microwave antennas on the slopes of Hollywood and buy a lot of electronic/wireless toys for you and your children. It is more likely to suffer from autism. As you get older and spend more time in the area, your oxidation/corrosion rate is faster than others due to the extra EMF load in the area, so your chances of suffering genetic damage and autism increase.

Once again, you are not joking because you lack control of confounding variables... you are really beyond your understanding, so you were called out. In addition, you cannot make this claim because you have not collected any relevant data, only one variable. Should I think you are joking?

ChemE: "I'm joking about those mixed things."

I suspect you don’t even know anything about it.

"I mean, if you have a good education and income, please buy expensive houses near all high-gain microwave antennas near Hollywood Hills Sides, and buy many electronic/wireless toys for you and your children , They have a higher chance of getting autism."

I also doubt that you know most of the geographical environment of the area. There are hills everywhere. In addition, it is difficult for many cities like Seattle

Live in the mountains (although those who walk faster are those with water views).

The Autism Watch website has diagnostic requirements for the three different states listed. It turns out that this is a big confounding factor, as described below:

Becoming an engineer does not give you special abilities to do many things outside of your discipline. I am trying to read legal documents to understand this very difficult way because we have established a special needs trust fund for autistic sons and updated the will. The Latin used by lawyers is incredible. Although I am very excited, they are confused about the Greek alphabet soup used in engineering mathematics.

Please, don't let the twelve-year-old child be hurt unnecessarily.

Chris

ChemE: "Thank you for your support!

In short, I can solve specific differential equations, but I cannot come up with appropriate variables or the relationships between them. It's not like I can be a mechanical system in a dynamic system.

Chris, I work with many structural engineers and they have a hard time thinking about the out-of-the-box situation because they are worried about the out-of-the-box.

Since you are a structural engineer, I don’t know if you have designed any marine structures (I worked in an offshore engineering company for 10 years), so you should understand cathodic protection to reduce structures and sacrificial anodes (such as zinc, which is not as reactive as Calcium. You should also know that stray currents as low as 0.01 mA DC will accelerate corrosion (oxidative attack) in sea water (electrolyte).

In fact, a new type of warship with high-power pulse radar and electronic equipment began to disband soon after it entered service.

RF/EMF accelerates the corrosion/oxidation corrosion of any nearby conductive substances by increasing the ORP in the electrolyte

A warship with 6 typical antennas generates 6mA/m2 of electricity in the surrounding sea water. Remember that 0.01 mA will accelerate corrosion

What I want to say is that if you live near many antennas, your life will corrode faster.

Cheme cites (and resides) mentally handicapped conspiracy theorists and scientific deniers, one of the more notorious homes of Diablo Dot.com, is this surprising? Shouldn't be like this

@ChemE-Are you serious? You know that humans are not made of metal, right? Our body has a complex system that balances oxidation and reduction, just like we have a system that maintains pH and osmotic pressure. Just because something corrodes metal doesn't mean it corrodes people, there are other things besides drinking lemon juice which will lower your pH or drinking water to dissolve your cells.

The Autism Watch website has diagnostic requirements for the three different states listed. It turns out that this is a big confounding factor, as described below:

"So, what is happening in Oregon and Minnesota?"

Oregon has a lot of weather, which is related to the prevalence of autism

Radiation refraction/reflection weather

Minneapolis, Minnesota is the broadcasting capital of the Midwest:

The increase in the prevalence of autism in MN in the mid-1990s correlates well with the radar installation time frame:

ChemE, that hoarse voice is all the points I just mentioned. Okay, that's someone else's.

"If you want to make a real scientific exploration of this, you will do your best to break your hypothesis.

I did it three years ago. I got help from a computational biologist at a university in the southeastern United States to help me establish a null hypothesis for dead fish in Florida. "

Oh, congratulations, you found someone else to help you establish a null hypothesis about dead fish in Florida. This means that you no longer have to consider any confounding factors in any assumptions, and you have made satisfactory efforts to refute your assumptions. . . correct?

By the way, the hypothesis about dead fish in Florida may not well eliminate the hypothesis that microwave radiation causes autism. I think I will have to reject any of your engineering expertise, because it does not give me confidence in the thoroughness of your engineering analysis.

@莎拉·A

I am just waiting for his Nobel Prize winning paper, which shows that radio waves are ionizing radiation.

Oh my goodness, ChemE is a mature, challenging individual... connects the weather with dark matter?

He is not an engineer, but a science fiction writer.

ChemE: "Oregon has a lot of weather, which is related to the prevalence of autism"

The same is true in Washington. You missed a point because you did not read Dr. Laidler's article. Maybe you don’t know that “Washington” on the page is a state bordering Oregon, which was once part of the territory of Oregon, not the capital of the United States.

You must understand that I will read the work of Dr. Lederer, MD and biochemist on your website. Especially because you have further shown a lack of understanding of the geography of the western United States.

For everyone who likes this person back and forth (I am!), "American Life" has a wonderful episode in which they talk to an electrician who claims to oppose Einstein's theory of relativity. It seems very applicable here. :)

Sarah A

@ChemE-Are you serious? You know that humans are not made of metal, right?

Calcium is a metal and one of the most corrosive metals

do you know

Our body has a complex system that balances oxidation and reduction, just like we have a system that maintains pH and osmotic pressure.

Until you irradiate people and blood and increase ORP and make it unbalanced.

Just because something corrodes metal doesn't mean it corrodes people, there are other things besides drinking lemon juice which will lower your pH or drinking water to dissolve your cells.

Our bodies struggle with oxidative stress all their lives. EMF increases the corrosion rate of electrolyte by increasing ORP

Did you know that your cells/bones contain calcium, and calcium is a metal?

Calcium is a chemical element with a symbol of Ca and an atomic number of 20. Calcium is a soft gray alkaline earth metal.

Listen to these doctors discuss, don't believe me.

December 2, 2015

ChemE: "Oregon has a lot of weather, which is related to the prevalence of autism"

"The same is true in Washington."

You missed a point because you did not read Dr. Laidler's article. "

No, I sent you maps of Washington and Oregon from my research

"Maybe you don't know that "Washington" on the page is a state bordering Oregon. It was once part of Oregon's territory, not our country's capital."

So understand a clue

It seems that ChemE accepted Heinlein's Waldo and put in some numbers. The idea that em radiation causes X is as old as our understanding of em radiation. The last one I remember was that cell phones caused brain cancer.

"I'm going to knit it into a pair of socks. Nothing fits or wears longer than solid stockings."

Sorry, ChemE, when I say that I like Dr. Lederer's work, I also said that I will never click on your website for any reason. Especially because your thoughts on precipitation and microwave radiation outweigh the differences in school assessments.

If you want to be valued, you will insist on providing us with PubMed index research by well-known qualified researchers (please do not provide lawyers or engineers).

"So go find a clue"

Oh, the irony!

@莎拉·A

I am just waiting for his Nobel Prize winning paper, which

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