I am interested of determining how much truth there is in a persons claims that our eyes emit a beam that can be detected by a device that he has built and patented.
The person who invented the device is Colin A Ross (MD), a doctor specialized in trauma and its treatments.
In a nutshell the doctor says that the feeling that we sometimes get, when someone is looking at us, comes from the fact that our brain emits an EM field through the eyes.
The patent for the device that he has built has the patent number US 7806527 B2. A document describing the patent can be found here: http://www.rossenergysystems.com/Downloads/Patent_7806527-Electromagnetic-Beam-Detection-System.pdf
A demonstration of the device is shown in the video at the bottom of this article: http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2008/08/colin_ross_has_an_eyebeam_of_e.php
The question I wanted to ask is: is it possible to determine from the patent what frequency the beam is and what EM-component the device reacts to?
For example, whether the beam detector reacts to the magnetic component or the electric component?
But the purported frequency is more of interest.
Edit: thank you all who have responded so far. I agree with stevenh on the fishyness of the demonstration video and the confirmation bias that likely is the reason for the belief in the eye beam (we may in fact often feel that we are being looked at even when nobody is around us, but some people may forget these occurences).
Thank you "Fake Name" for your interesting clarification on this issue.