There is a lot wrong with the whole thing here. For a start, when you try and find the original article
allegedly written by Professor Kelley
which is titled
Case Studies of Destabilization and Delusions Described as
Radio-wave Transmitted: Behavioral Implications
Department of Psychology, University of Albany, State University of New York
The paper you linked purports 10 V * 6e-7 A were produced, which is 6e-6 W - it also purports that this is a power density of 1e-2 W/cm², which would put the area of the actual generator being used at 1cm²/1e4 = (0.1mm)² this seems ... improbable..., but:
Other papers, also using ZnO nanowires, get 3e-7 W/cm² and 1e-3 W/cm² so while the value reported by ...