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« on: November 02, 2019, 07:49:17 PM »
1 september 2018 .

Microwave Heating
Incapacitating Effect: Microwave Heating .

Body heating to mimic a fever is the nature of the RF incapacitation. The objective is to provide heating in a very controlled way so that the body receives nearly uniform heating and no organs are damaged. Core temperatures approximate 41o C are considered to be adequate. At such temperatures a considerably changed demeanor will take place with the individual. Most people, under fever conditions become much less aggressive some people may become more irritable. The subjective sensations produced by this buildup of heat are far more unpleasant than those accompanying fever. In hyperthermia all the effector processes are strained to the utmost, whereas in fever they are not. It is also possible that microwave hyperthermia (even with only a 1o C increase in brain temperature) may disrupt working memory, thus resulting in disorientation .

Mechanism to Produce the Desired Effects
This concept builds on about 40 years of experience with the heating effect of microwaves. Numerous studies have been performed on animals to identify characteristics of importance to  the understanding of energy deposition in animals. As a result of the physics, the relationship between the size of the animal and the wavelength of the radiofrequency energy is most important. In fact, the human exposure guidelines to radiofrequency radiation are designed around knowledge of the differential absorption as a function of frequency and body size. The challenge is to minimize the time to effect while causing no permanent injury to any organ or the total body and to optimize the equipment function. The orientation of the incident energy with respect to the orientation of the animal is also important .

Possible Influence on the Subject(s)
If the technology functions approximately as envisioned, the targeted individual could be incapacitated within l5 to 30 minutes. Because this technology is focused on a relatively slow onset it should only be used in situations where speed is not important. The very uncomfortable nature of a high body temperature may be useful in negotiations possibly for controlling crowds. It would be equally useful on single persons or crowds. Evidence also indicates a disruption of working memory thus disorientation may occur because of an inability to consolidate memory of the recent (minutes) past . .

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