~e; EM news.weather
human being <email@example.com>
Thu, 2 May 2002 19:55:26 -0500
[ubiquitous rat-by-remote-EM-control story]
[and, for farhenheit 451 fans..., this need for cheap-LCD's has
been a major market issue... or both things like computing
screens, e-ink/books, battery-life in relation to these, also
aesthetic integration of info...]
'LCD paint licked'
Walls and curtains could sport liquid-crystal digital displays.
(metal cages with EM signals bouncing around, every which way inside)
EM-effects of mobile phones in trains
"very little radiation managed to escape through windows and was
instead reflected inside."
surveillance cameras to predict human behavior
Persistent surveillance comes into view (Signal Magazine)
"Building a warfighting network is only the beginning;
its capabilities mandate a new way of doing business."
(colliders have always fascinated in that, like a planetarium
as a building type, they are representative of the nuclear
sciences and physics, from cosmic rays to bombs. a lot of
these projects seem to have lost funding over the last decade
or more, as told in the popular press. and this article shares
a dual-use of a former site (buildings miles large)...
Superconducting Super Collider Site Eyed for Counter-Terror Training Camp
[there's ecomomic shockwave treatment, and now this...]
Shock Those Foot Woes Away
By Kristen Philipkoski
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electromagnetism / infrastructure / civilization