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It seems now that some form of implant could be a possible theory.
the extremely rare case when a person's mouth acts as a receiver. The electrical conductivity of the human body can act as an antenna. A metallic filling in a tooth, reacting just so with saliva, can act as a semiconductor to detect the audio signal. The speaker in this case could be anything that vibrates within the mouth enough to produce noise, such as bridgework or maybe a loose filling.
Originally posted by Simply J
reply to post by The Patriot
Just giving you the heads up ... this made no sense and didn't help the OP in any way, shape or form. If you want to continue posting things that are ... retarded? Then do us all a favor and log out for a few minutes.
According to metaphysician Lise Bourbeau, ear disorders that impede the ability to hear indicates a judgmental attitude about what you are hearing; and, infection or inflammation in the ear indicates internal anger and a desire to shut out whatever you don't want to hear.
In most cases when a person is not or failing to hear what is necessary to be heard (such as an important higher message), the signal is a loud and irritating ringing noise in the ears. The Western medical world calls it TINNITUS!
Tinnitus only exists in the Western world and technologically advanced societies. Externally, tinnitus conveys the message of noise pollution. Society's excessive and constant noise blocks higher messages from being downloaded and heard.
Originally posted by jasmine23
reply to post by primus2012
so does that mean i might be here radio frequencies,and i hear them all the time could be,i don't know could be a possible explanantion