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  • Is it simply a matter that maybe I need a little more advanced knowledge in Electromagnetic Theory to see that the field generated by a coulomb force from a moving point charge will not be instantaneously propagated along with the point charge … Say I have a stationary point charge and it is accelerated to a velocity V, and there is some point in space a modest distance away, will that point in space instantaneously experience a change in the electric field or will there be a delay before that point in space experiences a change in electric field due to the recently accelerated charge?

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  • Camilla Rees, the founder of a U.S. based group called Electromagnetic Health, says she is pleased but said much more needs to be done.

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  • Electromagnetic fields are known to affect humans in a variety of ways.

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  • The congressionally mandated Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack called a high-altitude nuclear EMP one of the few ways an enemy could inflict "catastrophic" damage on the United States -- a fact Broad never mentions.

    James Jay Carafano: New York Times Turns Blind Eye to EMP Threat

  • “On this map the data is recorded by county and not by region” (Peter Hardy, A Right Approach to Economics?) “All this data is then written up as a technical report” (Atkins & Atkins, An Introduction to Archaeology) “The retina codes and combines the data so that it can be fed into the 1 million fibres entering the optic nerve” (Laszlo Solymar, Lectures on Electromagnetic Theory)

    Data is data, or are they?

  • Electromagnetic Drill Press w/all bells/whistles +more

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  • The congressionally mandated Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack called a high-altitude nuclear EMP one of the few ways an enemy could inflict "catastrophic" damage on the United States -- a fact Broad never mentions.

    James Jay Carafano: New York Times Turns Blind Eye to EMP Threat

  • The congressionally mandated Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack called a high-altitude nuclear EMP one of the few ways an enemy could inflict "catastrophic" damage on the United States -- a fact Broad never mentions.

    James Jay Carafano: New York Times Turns Blind Eye to EMP Threat

  • The congressionally mandated Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse Attack called a high-altitude nuclear EMP one of the few ways an enemy could inflict "catastrophic" damage on the United States -- a fact Broad never mentions.

    James Jay Carafano: New York Times Turns Blind Eye to EMP Threat

  • Electromagnetic radiation definitely travels through the vacuum of space.

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