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Barrie Trower

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Dr.Barrie Microwave Trower is a pseudoscientist who allegedly trained in the Government Microwave Warfare Establishment in the 1960s and worked with the underwater bomb disposal unit.[1] So far, he hasn't given any concrete evidence to support his apparent training and work.

Claims[edit]

He claims that WiFi is the devil uses "the same frequencies and powers as microwave stealth warfare weapons",[2] which doesn't sound so scary if you know the properties of microwaves. In addition, he claims to be some sort of scientific prophet because he thinks that he predicted police officers and civilians becoming ill because of TETRA's (Terrestrial Trunked Radio's) microwaves.[3] According to his revelations, if microwaves were honestly that harmful we would, by now, have many cases of people becoming seriously ill from the dreaded fiend in disguise the sheeple know as Wi-Fi… Remember to buy a packet of tinfoil hats for the entire family, the man in the straitjacket said so!

What does Barrie like to speak about?[edit]

MICROWAVES! Microwaves, microwaves and once again microwaves! Get your tinfoil hats at the ready, there may be some microwaves near you.

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