Swiss to Update Cell Safety Standards for 5G Rollout … More Swiss Update Cellphone Safety Standards for 5G
Can Microwave sources be remotely turned on nearby people? … More Don’t Look Now…That Antenna Is Pointed At You
Prior to writing fiction I had a career in broadcasting. How hard could it be to narrate my own audiobook? … More Out of the Studio, Back to the Blog
I probably should have expected this, but this still caught me a bit off-balance. When you spend part of your day doing research for novels like “High Ground”, which have unusual backstories (I can’t help it) you sometimes run into strange things. … More “Psycho-electronic Weaponry,” Or A Failed 70’s Woody Allen Script?
With the new stealthy F-35 Joint Strike Fighter just now rolling out in numbers to the U.S. military and allies, my eyes caught an article this week, saying the F-35 engines were in the process of being upgraded. Why so soon? … More New F-35 Engines For “Directed Energy Weapons” Presaged By Novel “High Ground”
Sonic or Energy Weapons Aimed at U.S. Embassy by China! … More China May Have Used Sonic Weapon Against U.S. Embassy
Two New Studies Raise Safety Concerns of EMF … More Two New Studies Raise Concerns over Electromagnetic Radiation
In my last post, I shared the reviews which had come in on the Amazon.com page for my new novel, “High Ground,” and thanked all of you who have purchased and read the book, especially those who took the time to add your review. Such reviews are very valuable to authors and readers alike, since … More GoodReads Reviews for “High Ground”
Reviews are coming in for the new thriller, “HIGH GROUND,” now on Amazon.com. … More Amazon Reviews for the New Thriller “HIGH GROUND”
Business Tech web site DazeInfo released an article this week claiming smartphone addiction is becoming a health hazard. Not exactly a shocker, if you’ve left your cave lately and looked around, but the article claimed millennials feel their smartphone is more important to them than their deodorant and toothbrush: “The worldwide smartphone penetration is estimated … More Smartphones Over Deodorant and Toothbrushes?