posted on Jul, 17 2005 @ 01:09 AM
Well I'll be 100% honest.
I think the idea is "out there"... way out there.
-You can always change the station, or channel. If it was some sinister plot, then you'ld figure, they'd test ALL channels, and ALL frequencies (or
atleast more than 1) at the same time. This would give the mind control subject no choice at all, but to listen to the lulling drone of the EBS "mind
control madness machine"...
You can say "oh they can't do that, it'd be to suspicious?" I feel it wouldn't... just tell people that the FCC mandates it under protocol
"33.21 section 3" (I made that up), and they'll forget all about it. Most common people don't know jack squat about FCC rules, and regs anyway...
say that the gov't makes you do it, and they'll say... "oh, well ok then..."
Let's say it was "too suspicious"; then they could just make the tests longer. Thus exposing us more to the "brain washing signal". They could
make the tests last a minute as opposed to a few seconds (20-25). It would be probably appear completely harmless, or unnoticable too... who has
actually timed one of the tests before? Who's gonna start now?
I can't even remember the last time I heard an EBS test/alert... I think it had something to do with coastal flooding / flash flooding all over
southern Suffolk county (where I live).
-The alerts do not last long at all. Within a year you're probly exposed to about 2-4 minutes in total to the EBS (just a number off the top of my
head). Unless you're located in a hazardous weather prone area, thus making EBS tests/alerts much more freuquent.
It'd be interesting to ask others on this board if they remember the last time they heard an EBS test... if it was recent ask them about the time
Basically the reasons I feel the idea is out there:
-The tests aren't seen, or heard frequently enough. (Maybe they are frequent, and I just don't watch much TV... that can very likely be the
case. Being that I try to watch very little of it. And forget commercial radio... I listen to school radio stations, and thats it.)
-The duration of the test is not long enough. According to Wikipedia, the attention signal only lasts 20-25 seconds... not a very long time at all...
You'ld have to watch just abit over 5 EBS tests to be exposed to the signal for 2 minutes. I'd be willing to bet most people can't even recall
hearing the EBS 5 times within this year. Hell, I'd be even more willing to bet that most people don't have the attention span for the full 25
seconds... if it's a test they probly change the channel to see what else is on. Even if they did hear a full 2 minutes of the EBS, how much could
possibly done? That'd have to be one extremely powerful mind control thinger-ma-bobber to be effective in such a short ammount of time. Hell... you
can't even heat up a potato in the microwave in 2 minutes.
-According to regs, the test has to take place between 8:30AM, and Local Sunset... Most people work 9-5 jobs, or go to school from 9-2 (maybe earlier,
or later in some areas). I'm gonna take a wild guess, and say most of the EBS tests take place while most people are working, or at school. Now it
doesn't really make sense to broadcast your mind control signals when 3/4's of your mind control subjects are busy, and/or away.
-I have a few more points, I could bring up; but I feel I've said enough for now.
Who really knows though. I'm just offering my view on things, and you're doing the same. If mind control is what you feel is possibly going on I
encourage you to look further into the EBS, and it's history. Maybe you'll uncover something there.