In Japan, tinfoil hats are about to become as passé as geisha according to the following Nikkei science and engineering news report.
New Agent Blocks 99.68% of Electromagnetic Waves
Nikkei | Aug 3, 2012
Sasaki Chemical Co Ltd released a spray-type electromagnetic shielding agent that has an electromagnetic shielding effect of up to 99.68%…”S-shield EMI-21,” can be used for preventing electromagnetic interferences in medical devices, analytical/measurement devices and mobile phones…EMI-21 blocks electromagnetic waves by spraying silver (Ag)-coated copper (Cu) powder on an object...more...
Just by applying 25μm of this new silver-copper powder to a polished surface like my shiny head, EMI-21 will provide -50dB of electromagnetic shielding in the frequency range of 800-1,000MHz, w0oT! This sounds much better than my old tin foil hat (right) that I use to block electromagnetic mind-control waves that at broadcast secretly on NHK sub-carrier FM bands.
The 3Yen’s previous reports of the Japanese love of tin foil hats include:
• Tin-foil hat protection for Japan’s nuke meltdown
(3Yen / 6-15-2011)
• Wacko conspiracy theories about Japan
(3Yen / 2009-06-20)