[AMRadio] Santa Fe-The City Different

Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Sat Jan 16 14:41:39 EST 2010

I guess this is what I love about Texas... This
mind set would never survive here...

Bob W1PE

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Of John Lyles
Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2010 12:30 PM
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Subject: [AMRadio] Santa Fe-The City Different

This letter was in yesterday's New Mexican

"Scary science
I have a question for our glorified science
laboratory "Frankensteins" 
who need to learn to keep their egos on the leash
and who are meddling 
with dangerous Tesla and high-frequency active
aural research 
technologies; space lasers; chem trails, magnets,
CERN particle 
acceleration, etc. - just a few of the eerie
inventions endangering life 
on Earth.
Do these affect the weather or the natural
electromagnetic fields that 
make up all life? Duh! "

Dr. Elke Meyer
Santa Fe

I think Elke may be Arthur Firstenberg's doctor.
She has written letters 
and op ed pieces for years condemming cellphones
and now WIFI as 
abominations. Now she is citing my workplace (the
lab) and my hero 
Telsa, along with magnets. Uh oh! I'd love to
introduce Art and her to 
my new 3 megawatt 200 MHz pulsed amplifier (540 kW
average power).

> You gotta remember these are the same people who
claim the Santa Fe Hum is driving them crazy... 
> Bill AD5OL

There was never a Santa Fe hum, it was the Taos
hum, and it was 
prevailent in the 1990s. Haven't heard much about
it this decade 
although I did hear last month that a few ranchers
up there are in arms 
again about cattle mutilations. Here come the
black helicopters at night ...

Art Bell stuff. You gotta wonder what kind of
education Mr. Firstenberg 
got in the first place? Obviously not disciplined
in the sciences. 
Sleeping in his car to avoid EMI????

John K5PRO
Santa Fe county, NM

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