"The Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) is an acoustic hailing device developed by LRAD Corporation to send messages and warning tones over longer
distances or at higher volume than normal loudspeakers."
Anything audible would have to be so loud (to cause hearing loss as claimed) that its source and intent would be obvious. And the effects would be
much more widespread.
Inaudible would point to either ultrasonics or infrasonics being employed.
Ultrasonic devices could very easily be damaging and not readily detected, by humans. But what about other animals in the vicinity with far greater
hearing capabilities? Such a device would likely have driven any dogs in the neighborhood absolutely nuts long before the humans noticed a thing?
I've never heard (sorry for the pun!) of infrasound being physically damaging; disturbing and distressing perhaps (the so-called "brown note" that
causes a victim's bowels to empty uncontrollably, for instance) but not damaging.
"Background. Humans hear frequencies from 20 Hz up to 20,000 Hz. As we get older, or exposed to loud sounds which damage our ears (such as loud
concerts), the upper limit decreases. This test helps you benchmark the highest boundary of your system's frequency extension."~Audiocheck.net
Ive complained before that i and millions of others are under a mind controls weapons power. I will get commands and when i dont comply, my ears hear
varying hz or high pitches, and my left ear will hurt like an energy is affecting it. I believe we are all in a field soup and our bodies are rigged
to be affected by fungus and metallic nano particles.
Not very nice after having relations open with America in 2015.
june 16th trump enforced new sanctions on cuba presumably andy
garcia is a golfing buddy.
making something up about cubans causing hearing loss will work as an excuse for the trump fans to support sanctions.
I think there's a lot of secret technological advancements we're unaware of, and a few Countries developing their own. I recall hearing about an
article 2 or 3 years ago, in which Russia stated that they had some type of weapon that could wipe out people but leave the surroundings intact.
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