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Efficacy Of Tin Foil Hats

November 11, 2005

If you're a government/alien conspiracy theorist, or you just want to blend in among them at DefCon shows, here's a piece of news from MIT that should interest you.

An MIT study has determined that tin foil hats, a staple in the kits of the "X-Files-Are-Real" crowd, actually AMPLIFY rather than mask radio signals that fall into the frequencies allotted to the U.S. government by the FCC.

My friend Ainsley pointed this study out to me this morning. She believes that this news indicates that the actual conspiracy is one between the U.S. government and the Reynolds Wrap people.

Not coincidentally, Ainsley looks fabulous in tin foil chapeaus.


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