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Canadian government sued over 'sonic attacks'

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Ashotep

Should get everyone out of there until this mystery is solved. 

I wonder how much effort has been put into finding out the source of this problem. 

 

 

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AllPossible

It's actually a Hedgehog and it's nothing new. He's been on the move since the 90's !!!

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Nnicolette

Have they ruled out environmental factors such as parasites, chemical exposure and such? I mean im sure its been checked but it sounds like they could have been infected... Or abducted... Or brain damaged somehow. Given this sparse info couldnt it be a gas or exposure of some sort?

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RoofGardener

Symptoms include memory loss, dizziness, headaches and fatigue. 

Sounds like a hangover, to me !

Seriously though, this is all rubbish. There ARE no 'sonic weapons'. 

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Rolltide
31 minutes ago, RoofGardener said:

Symptoms include memory loss, dizziness, headaches and fatigue. 

Sounds like a hangover, to me !

Seriously though, this is all rubbish. There ARE no 'sonic weapons'. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonic_weapon

Studies have found that exposure to high intensity ultrasound at frequencies from 700 kHz to 3.6 MHz can cause lung and intestinal damage in mice. Heart rate patterns following vibroacoustic stimulation has resulted in serious negative consequences such as atrial flutter and bradycardia.[16][17]

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RoofGardener
52 minutes ago, Rolltide said:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonic_weapon

Studies have found that exposure to high intensity ultrasound at frequencies from 700 kHz to 3.6 MHz can cause lung and intestinal damage in mice. Heart rate patterns following vibroacoustic stimulation has resulted in serious negative consequences such as atrial flutter and bradycardia.[16][17]

Yeah... right... and this "ultrasound" can be beamed over a long distance... between the respective Embassies and the surrounding buildings... and yet keep such a tight focus that bystanders aren't effected ? 

Oh.. and non of the ambassadorial staff suffered from lung or intestinal damage, nor atrial flutter or bradycardia. 

The staff have NOT been diagnosed with ANY known medical condition.They are suffering from Psychosomatic mania. 

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Rolltide

Many years ago, I witnessed a guy in the Air Force use a Sonic weapon which traveled several meters, knocking my friend Ryu to the ground..

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Ashotep
17 hours ago, Hankenhunter said:

If crickets were responsible my brain would have exploded years ago.  Living where I do they are abundant and can be very loud. 

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Berwen

Its probably too many rum drinks. I hope they are not going to waste our governments money defending something this frivolous.

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paperdyer
On 2/7/2019 at 2:44 PM, RoofGardener said:

Yeah... right... and this "ultrasound" can be beamed over a long distance... between the respective Embassies and the surrounding buildings... and yet keep such a tight focus that bystanders aren't effected ? 

Oh.. and non of the ambassadorial staff suffered from lung or intestinal damage, nor atrial flutter or bradycardia. 

The staff have NOT been diagnosed with ANY known medical condition.They are suffering from Psychosomatic mania. 

Think of this as a huge cell phone.  We all get exposed to them with every mobile phone call.  Before you say ther isn't a receiver, are we sure a directed weapon needs one if manually operatated?

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RoofGardener

So we're now talking about an omnidirectional device ? How come no native Cubans, or any of the local staff WORKING at the embassy, where effected ? 

For that matter, if it WAS semi-directional, we have the same question. Such a beam - if it was capable of passing through the embassy walls - would carry on through the rear of the embassy, and effect locals in adjacent buildings. 

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Jon the frog
On 2/7/2019 at 2:44 PM, RoofGardener said:

Yeah... right... and this "ultrasound" can be beamed over a long distance... between the respective Embassies and the surrounding buildings... and yet keep such a tight focus that bystanders aren't effected ? 

Oh.. and non of the ambassadorial staff suffered from lung or intestinal damage, nor atrial flutter or bradycardia. 

The staff have NOT been diagnosed with ANY known medical condition.They are suffering from Psychosomatic mania. 

Nope just Malaria medication mixed with other stuff... probably that the staff got the same medication from the ambassy and gain the same problems. It's a known problem with Canadian troops.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2016/08/11/malaria-drug-causes-brain-damage-that-mimics-ptsd-case-study/

 

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RoofGardener
4 hours ago, Jon the frog said:

Nope just Malaria medication mixed with other stuff... probably that the staff got the same medication from the ambassy and gain the same problems. It's a known problem with Canadian troops.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2016/08/11/malaria-drug-causes-brain-damage-that-mimics-ptsd-case-study/

 

Oooh.. now that IS interesting !

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