Saturday, June 9, 2018

Here’s why scientists are questioning whether ‘sonic attacks’ are real | Science News

Last year, 24 of the diplomats who reported sonic attacks in Cuba were tested to gauge whether lasting harm had occurred. In March, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine in Philadelphia reported in JAMA that the people had balance and thinking problems, sleep disturbances and headaches, and that some had widespread injury to brain networks.

But some scientists and engineers have been questioning whether such attacks are possible, and if the diplomats’ symptoms could have been caused by a sonic attack.


Maybe it's some sort of paranormal attack by the Russians. In league with Nazi remnants. And a rogue alien faction.

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