posted on Sep, 16 2017 @ 05:07 AM
I would imagine 'sound' to be an excellent weapon. Have you seen what sound does to sand grains on a surface? And water too?
Imagine sound doing that to the tiny cells in the brain.
Sound can also affect our state of mind and make us feel relaxed, calm, and induce other meditative states. The same goes for our emotions, music for
example, has the ability to make us feel happy or sad. Sound (music) can even cause us to remember events, people, places, times, dates, etc, that we
had long forgotten (can you imagine how useful such a sound could be to certain people if it were possible to develop a sound specifically for
'encouraging' people to remember (or divulge) information or events, people, etc).
Sound is amazing.
It would make sense then that if sound is capable of inducing a positive state of mind, it is also capable of inducing negative states of mind such as
confusion, anxiety, panic, etc. And if it can cause us to recall stuff we'd never have remembered otherwise, there must be sounds that can cause an
opposite effect - memory loss.
Imagine sound being developed to disrupt/disable parts of the body. Imagine it being developed to invoke a specific state of mind in a target.
The potentials of sound and the effects it can produce fascinates me. Thanks for the thread. S&F.