This piece was written by a friend, Jim Oberg. We met when we were both teaching at the Department of Defense Computer Institute in Washington, DC back in the mid-'70s. He went on to work for NASA, is now a correspondent and commentator for MSNBC, and is a writer and consultant. As usual, his views are clear and incisive, and worth your time to read.
I worked at the Lovelace Foundation for Aerospace Medical Research in Albuquerque while in college at the University of New Mexico, and was a coauthor on a paper that reported the results of our research titled, "The physiologic consequences of exposure to high density pulsed electromagnetic energy."* You'll understand why that's relevant when you read the article.
Jerry Truhill flew B-25s and a pink P-51, among other aircraft.
*Int. J. Biometeorology. 12 (1968): 263-270.