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I had this info only on my computer, and then had to reformat when I got a new, bad, virus. So I have to find it. But it was about how to 'disarm' the chips implanted in dental work, umbilical cords, injuries, etc. with powerful magnets. You just place the magnet over the location, and tape it over, for a few days. The powerful magnet destroys it. Also, concerning cell phones; they can tune in to your phone and hear your conversations in the room it is in, while the phone is turned off. I do not know if the backup battery kicks in or not, but to avoid the EMF, I always remove the battery when I am not calling somewhere. Because it IS broadcasting if left in. Incidentally, since reformatting, I am getting malicious pop up spam, telling me my computer will lay an egg if I don't pay money for their software. I've loaded several shields, but nothing seems to work. Any ideas?

Gregarious, Above Top Secret 22 Comments [10/24/2009 12:57:51 AM]
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that is one big pile of fail.

10/24/2009 1:05:15 AM

Nathan the Wise

I'd let the computer lay an egg. There could be money in it, an egg-laying PC.

10/24/2009 2:21:57 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Conspiracy nut terrified of electronic devices patently doesn't have the first clue about how they actually work - who'd have thought?

10/24/2009 2:42:21 AM

Doctor Fishcake

Above Top Secret and , quite possibly, beyond help too.

10/24/2009 3:18:25 AM

aaa

You have no idea how electronic devices work.

10/24/2009 8:10:12 AM

Leliel

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The cell phone broadcasts...when it's turned off...

LOGIC FAIL!

10/24/2009 8:23:45 AM

Grigori Yefimovich

That'll be a padded cell phone then.

10/24/2009 10:24:34 AM

Pule Thamex

No, no ideas. I'm afraid you are beyond help.

10/24/2009 11:14:49 AM

Tolpuddle Martyr

Taping powerful magnets over personal electronic devices? Can't facepalm...paralysed with boggling...

Are you SURE you had a virus, the giant industrial magnet you had taped to your hard drive wouldn't have forced you to reformat would it?

10/24/2009 5:59:22 PM

werewolf

Tinfoil is the wave of the future, greg.

10/24/2009 9:24:51 PM

werewolf

Use a sledge hammer, maybe? That should kill any nasty virus.

10/24/2009 9:32:18 PM

Rev. Dread

I love the fact that this guy's name is "gregarious". He takes so effing long just to ask for help with his computer.

10/25/2009 5:43:23 AM



You, your computer and you. Why I suspect that you're pulling our leg?

10/25/2009 9:20:19 AM

Totenkopf

What kind of an idiot would you have to be to implant a chip in the umbilical cord?

10/25/2009 1:24:25 PM

shykid

Above Shock Treatment at its finest.

10/25/2009 1:28:27 PM

Antichrist

Yeah, ummm...... all those 'shields' you've downloaded? That's what's causing your computer to want to lay an egg.

Damn this is why I hate customer support.

10/25/2009 11:42:23 PM



You could try making a tinfoil hat for it.

10/26/2009 1:08:49 AM

diogenes' barrel

he is right about the cell phone.

10/26/2009 5:48:07 AM

Dr. Novakaine

You know, has it ever occurred to you that all those crackpot sites you visit that tell you all about the bullshit you're spreading are probably the source of your computer issues? I'm guessing the answer is no. Maybe you should look into that.

10/26/2009 9:35:14 AM



But it was about how to 'disarm' the chips implanted in dental work, umbilical cords, injuries, etc. with powerful magnets.

Unless it's the electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) from a nuclear explosion, what kind of permanent or "hard" magnets found in nature generate the kind of field needed to destroy lithography etched onto silicon?! (Hint: the answer is none.)

they can tune in to your phone and hear your conversations in the room it is in, while the phone is turned off.

This is 100% true. The FBI did this against a New York mob and the recorded conversations were completely admissible in court.

I am getting malicious pop up spam...but nothing seems to work. Any ideas?

I dunno. Ignore the pop-ups seems an easy enough solution to me. Sounds like they're just trying a little social engineering to part a fool and his money from each other.

10/26/2009 11:57:10 AM

Doubting Thomas

How convenient. You had all this important information but had to reformat. Guess what? If you reformatted your hard drive you aren't going to find anything you had on it before.

Sounds like the only way to protect your computer is to wrap the monitor in aluminum foil. Then run a wire from the foil to a ground rod outside. Then turn on a blender to generate RF interference. But you have to keep varying the speeds to vary the frequency because they keep changing the popup spam frequencies. It also helps to put aluminum foil in your windows. Then be sure to put a bowl of rock salt on top of the computer since the salt crystals will deflect the signals from your computer that the government is reading. And if all that fails, then just dump your computer in the trash and go live in a shack in the woods and type your anti-technology manifesto on a typewriter.

10/26/2009 7:36:42 PM

Flah

If you want to keep these popups from appearing, I would recommend taping a powerful magnet to your hard drive for a few days. This will stop all spam from reaching your computer. In addition, all data on your hard drive will become impossible to retreive by any malevolent groups.

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