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Microwave Bioeffect Congruence with Schizophrenia

McMurtrey, Mr. John J. (2005) Microwave Bioeffect Congruence with Schizophrenia. [Preprint]

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The substantiation for microwave voice transmission development, which can be isolated to an individual, prompts review of the correlation between microwave bioeffects and schizophrenia. These correlations are extensive. Studies of both conditions report short-term and spatial memory deficit, time estimation changes, deficits in sequencing, coordination deficit, numerous electrophysiologic changes, startle decrease, neurotransmitter changes, hormone alterations, immune alterations, mitochondria deficits, lipid phosphorylation decrease, lipid peroxidation, deleterious histologic change in disease reduced brain areas, activation of hallucination involved brain areas, and ocular disease. Schizophrenia findings correlate with microwave bioeffects so extensively as to indicate a congruence, and appear to implicate a microwave involvement with enough patients to be remarkable in study results. The development of methods to exclude microwave means in psychosis is imperative, and research is proposed.

Item Type:Preprint
Subjects:Psychology > Psychophysiology
Neuroscience > Neuropsychology
ID Code:6146
Deposited By:McMurtrey, Mr. John J.
Deposited On:24 Jul 2008 10:55
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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