posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 05:23 PM
reply to post by spanishcaravan
I personally have a hard time with the Tibetan story of the monks beating drums and levitating huges blocks of stone. The story says it was
witnessed by scientists, and the video was "classified", blah blah.. I think if this were true, it could and would be reproduced even on a smaller
scale, if not by science, then perhaps by the Tibetan monks once again. Since the story emanates from rense.com, pretty much weakens it credibility
in my eyes. If nothing else, that you would think there would be physics theories, or papers to support it..
I do admit there is vibration/sound is capable some fairly amazing things like shattering or destroying material, I would submit that a more profound
science involving sound is the sonogram, ultrasound or sonoscience in general and it's ability to penetrate material objects. A few months ago, I
did some research on UWB (Ultra Wide Band) devices from Time Domain
being used to track assets with "Thru the
Wall" technology. This breakthru technology is being used by the miltary and law enforcement for various applications as you might imagine.