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Wednesday, August 11, 2004
One of the guys at work ordered a cable from somewhere, and this was a "free gift". He brought it in to work so we could all get a good laugh. It's called Safe Guard. I think it's actually made by the same guys who write the spam email I get from time to time. It's basically a little thing that you put over the ear piece of your phone, which is supposed to keep away electromagnetic waves.
Notice the Norma first graph. I'm quite impressed at the 50dB reduction that this little piece of nothing is supposed to produce. Does the military know of this technology?
And the thermal image proves what? That the middle picture is of someone in a cold room? Personally, I'd think a red graph would be a bad thing, and that the cold graph would be the one blocking the radiation... apparently I'm over thinking this too much.
I will quote some of the more notable things you may not see from the pictures (and believe me... these are not my gramatical goofs):
And here are the directions on use:
So here's my question... how many people would actually buy into this?
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