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Messages - Kage

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General Radio Discussion / Re: Beware the crapware
« on: August 07, 2012, 0222 UTC »
What about us Linux users? ;D

Isn't running a pirate radio station community service enough? ;)

North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Ken 6925AN
« on: January 26, 2012, 0227 UTC »
Ah what a classic, too bad I missed it. ::)

General Radio Discussion / Re: Come on in, the water's fine!
« on: January 17, 2012, 1515 UTC »
I fully support this. These forums have some fun people on them and gets a bit more action than many other pirate forums for
logging's and such.
Also remember there is always that "other" (hint hint) forums for the more techy side of pirate radio if you're into that ;D

General Radio Discussion / Re: Thank you, from an FRN member.
« on: January 10, 2012, 2257 UTC »
Just checking in to say yup. ↓↓↓  ;D

General Radio Discussion / Re: Justice
« on: January 09, 2012, 1717 UTC »
Yeah by parameters coagulated by cog fluidity.
If you want to talk about fine, well I have a whole folder
dedicated to that.

MW Loggings / 1720AM Show Tonight
« on: January 03, 2012, 0608 UTC »
Going to be running a small show tonight starting at 0600UTC.
Not sure how well it will propagate but worth a shot in the dark.
Will move back to 1710Kc later on tonight where I normally am at.
Lemme know if you pick up anything.

MW Loggings / Re: 1710 am dx
« on: December 18, 2011, 0258 UTC »
Only thing I am picking up on 1710Kc right now is myself :)

I farted.
But besides that smell, yeah okay, I will take note. However I am sure my endless research has taught me one thing and that is to not believe anything. Including your post unless you have citations.
Because believe me I can provide a page if citations on chemical effects from RF, Non ionizing radiation on skin, heat effects from a distance that is not hot enough to cause even a faint change, power levels used to cook food like rabbits. Hell in the end who gives a shit. Honestly who here isn't living in an RF field? Some of us cause it upon ourselves in great quantities, and just like the quarky hams we shall live just as long as them, which seems to be forever w/o ailments remind you. In fact I can cite documents saying that RF when modulated at specific frequencies can actually be beneficial to the human body.

I believe there was a report not long ago in the news saying that we all have cancer to some extent, or some kind of cell mutations somewhere in our body, but few of us die from it. Doesn't that negate the idea that it's external factors? Even the small percentage that does get past the smoke screen... I doubt it's caused by cell phones alone. You are talking about a milliwatt device next to your head. The average UHF signals just airing around you unknowingly has to be stronger than that.
And I digress, remember if we are worried about stupid crap like cell phones you are forgetting about much stronger transmitters like microwave ovens, TV stations near by, the suns natural radiation, your fat neighbor that refuses to put on something more than a thong.

The reality is that it's a joke. Unlike Alex Jones I am of the opposite opinion on this topic, so before you judge my character and compare me to (a patriot who cares about us) a talk show host, don't forget that distinction and my apposing views.

Anyways back to that other forum, and not FRN...

Cell phones don't cause cancer lol. Radio waves from microwaves on down are *nonionizing* RF radiation which means they are incapable of mutating living cells.
(also keep in mind that cellphones run around 800mhz, not 2.5GHz like microwave ovens, which should be a wake up call, if you are scared of the peashooter cellphones, then be REAL scared of your 1500 watt burrito cooker lol!)
It's that simple fact that everyone seems to always forget or just plain ignorant to.
If they were ionizing then so would VHF broadcasts, HF and so on.
It is possible however to get enough nonionizing radiation to be harmful just like with any other radio transmitter, whether it be a shortwave transmitter, or an FM transmitter and get close field RF burn. That would heat up skin tissue which could later cause cancer much like any other heat source could by killing off good skin tissue. However at that point I think the human would be smart enough to feel really freakin hot and back off from the radiating source.
This is why there are regulations for RF exposure in ham shacks and radio stations.

As far as the police doing what they are (and on topic) it's a clear violation of your 4th amendment right.
You could bring this up to the police but it won't matter since they just take orders regardless if it's constitutional, legal, or whatever.
Hell you and I both know if cops were told to shoot to kill their fellow man just because, they would probably follow orders even if it went against everything human fiber they have.
It's the police state, and we are living in a police state.
It should be obvious by now what our nation is really dealing with and it isn't the candy apple we once naively wanted to believe it was.
Welcome to the new world order. Until we all stand up and take back what is rightfully ours even if it meant civil war, we will live under their control grid.

The answer to 1984 is 1776 ;)

edit: skipped over where this was about Britain, however the same shit is happening in the US.

Extra terrestrials are the cause of their down time.

General Radio Discussion / Re: FRN poised to copycat HFU/FRC
« on: October 15, 2011, 0208 UTC »
Actually, I think the new look of the FRN is entirely appropriate. It does look a little out of place as a web page; I think it would be more at home on, say, a Datapoint, or Hazeltine, or even a Teletype terminal.

You're a mean one,Al.
How about a set of punch cards? :P

I haven't seen my ol' nemesis posting lately.
Al who?

Spy Numbers / Re: Dunno what this is??
« on: May 23, 2010, 0327 UTC »
I was monitoring 8097kc and heard CW. It was a bunch of random stuff like you mention. I also heard RTTY from the station, or at least one as powerful as the original. Decoding the RTTY didn't seem to work at the time I tried.

Spy Numbers / Re: Spanish number station question
« on: November 18, 2009, 2040 UTC »
Interesting thing I noticed while listening to Radio Habana Cuba on 6000kc the other night there was that same phone ringing sound in the background of the audio. Barely noticeable compared to the Spanish number station but it most definitely was there so this confirms to me that RHC is the source of V2 even though everyone already figured that anyways.

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