unusedphoenix: thanks for the info on the memory cleaner -- if we start from the assumption that it works based off of technology we're already
familiar with (in other words, not stuff that uses laws of physics we've never heard of) it sounds like it must work off of some kind of
electromagnetic principle, mabye combined with some ultrasonics also. i'm just speculating wildly here but i'm guessing that it operates by putting
out some kind of high frequency emf radiation that puts you into a temporary coma by disrupting normal neural activity in some very particular fashion
-- the details of this i have no clue on so far, as this is just a general hypothesis -- and probably something about your brain is different enough
that the technology doesn't work so well on you.
speculating further: mutually interacting oscillators in nearby frequencies tend to synchronize each other -- the actual reasons behind this are kinda
cool but don't matter here -- so, for example, in earlier times you could put two grandfather clocks (the kind with the big pendulums on them) next
to each other, and if you waited for a while both pendulums would be totally in sync with each other. it wouldn't be that hard to imagine some way of
sending massive emp pulses at the frequency associated with one of the typcial brainwave patterns -- i forget which one is the one where you're
sleeping -- and thus using the synchronization effect to effectively put you to sleep; it might be a much more advanced version of something like
what's described in this article:
Anyways, with that as a going hypothesis for a second, the idea is that if they use this device to "set" your brain to something it might last for a
long time in everyone else, but your brain might be less stable due to your narcolepsy and thus "pop out of it" quickly when you're not directly
next to the memory wiper -- the idea being that whatever it is that makes you have your narcoleptic sleep attacks might not be controllable by this
machine, so it "bumps" your brain, which then goes back into a more normal state than whatever they're putting you into with the memory probe.
this is all just a hypothesis but it already suggests some lines of attack -- i wonder if there've been any examples of epileptics getting abducted,
for example, because the memory wiper probably wouldn't work at all for them, either. i need to think more about it, though, and in any case it's
not the kinda thing i can just go experiment with.
as for videotaping -- trust me, everyone on this board knows that it's almost impossible to film the greys doing their abducting, and that they seem
to be pretty paranoid creatures and do a very good job of making sure there's very little physical evidence left behind when they do their
but, you are in a very unique situation: your wife appears to wake up some of the time while you're being taken. everything you read seems to
indicate that their standard way of abducting people is to send some kind of paralyzing signal out and also somehow manage to make sure that all the
cameras and whatever else don't work.
what no one seems to know, though, is how carefully they check out your place when they're bringing you back. if they're using something similar to
the thing that makes people all zombielike and memory-wiped on the other occupants of your house, they might assume that as long as they get
everything set up right when they take you, nothing's gonna change while they're gone because they've knocked everyone out.
since your wife is also narcoleptic and thus seems to have a similar partial immunity to their paralysis stuff, she's in the unique position of
sometimes waking up while you're gone -- you really don't read much like that happening in most abductions. since the greys are apparently not very
aware that their memory-wiping technology doesn't work as well on you as it does on most people -- it works only when it's right next to you it
seems -- they might not expect your wife to be able to sometimes wake up while you're gone.
so, she has the possibility to set stuff up while you're gone, which is something they may not expect, and if she's clever about it you might be
able to get some physical evidence that way. you obviously can't just put a webcam over your bed and go to sleep -- if that worked there'd be a lot
of good videos by now -- but your wife might be able to hide something (maybe an old hi8 or other analog movie camera) while you're being taken, and
if you're lucky the greys won't be smart enough to think to doublecheck everything again, cause your wife's supposed to not have woken up that
whole time so far as they know.
again, it might work, and it might not, but something like this seems worth trying just because you have a very unique situation -- not everyone has a
wife who can get up and set things up while you're gone.
just a side question -- are your electronics all blanked (like clocks reset to 12:00) after an abduction? if they aren't, it means one of two things:
either they're more selective about how they handle electronic equipment, or they take a lot of care to make sure that everything is as you left it
when they bring you back. you might be able to do an experiment and see which way it works: if you've got more than one digital clock -- like the
ones a lot of people use for alarmclocks, with the big red leds -- why not set them all to be a little off of each other (like one +5 minutes, another
-3 minutes, etc.), make a record of which ones are off by what, and then be super strict about keeping them exactly that much off -- ie, at the end of
every week, check that they are all just as far off as they are supposed to be.
if you get abducted and the greys just knock out all the electronics in your house then set the clocks when you get back, they might be sloppy and not
figure out your system, if you see what i'm saying, and set them all to the right time or without the right differences between them. i don't know
if this would work, but it's subtle enough that you might be able to catch them in a mistake and thus get a small amount of evidence.
even better, if you have or can borrow an analog watch (ie, gears and stuff) that doesn't make a ticking noise, why not set it to something off from
all of your clocks, document it, keep it wound so it's accurate, and hide it somewhere really nonobvious -- if after an abduction it's no longer off
from your digital clocks by the same amount, you'll have some kind of evidence that your electronics get messed wth.