I know this illness. I have it myself and the doctors cannot explain it. One doctor tried to pass it off as purely psychological. My new doctor is
just too lazy to even think about it. I simply call it "vertigo", but I know that is an over simplification. I take "prochlorperazine" to control it
when symptoms arise, but still have not tested the medication in a live situation. Symptoms are dizziness and nausia and headache and then I pass out
unless I can get fresh air and a bed to lay down on. The effects can last for twenty four hours. It is in the balance mechanism of the ears. It
attacks me if I go anywhere near to a motor running. Especially I get effected if I use a car or taxi or bus. I am fully able to use aircraft or rail
or tram or ship without any problems. I have had this illness all my life, but as I get older it is getting worse. My opinion is that the sparking
plugs are irradiating me with emissions that effect my brain. Lorry haulage vehicles being diesel, thus a glow plug, rather than sparking plug, thus
do not effect me. I think the frequency of the sparks is the root of the problem, but I have no proof. That together with the petrol fumes. Although
petrol turns my head, nevertheless I am not effected by the fumes of kerosene or paraffin or diesel. However, it is the radiation from the engine heat
that sends my head into a spin. When I go out walking and a bus passes by I feel the same symptoms. I think that the F-22 Raptor pilots and ground
crew are suffering much the same illness as I am suffering. It does not have a name since it effects only a small number of people. It might be
something that cannot be cured. The jet engines on the F-22 Raptor are most probably the source of the radionic emissions that are affecting the men.
Meaning that certain frequency of sound can cause illness. Ultra Low Frequency sound can be completely "silent" and yet be incredibly high amplitude.
Perhaps in making the engines "stealthy" meaning "silent" the engines are actually generating Ultra Low Frequency sound that is the cause of the
illness. One cannot hear it, but one can feel it. The Ultra Low Frequency of the sound emitting from the F-22 Raptor engines being the same frequency
of energy that occures in the atmosphere that thus cause the waves in the deep ocean or the dunes in the deep desert. I am no expert so I am in no
position to understand the problem, but I thought that my illness is similar to that being described by the men flying or even just working around the
F-22 Raptors. Although it feels like a lack of oxygen in actuality it is nothing to do with any lack of oxygen. In fact giving extra oxygen might even
make it worse ! Same as hyper ventilation can bring on the same symptoms ! Yes I am convinced that the problem is sonic. Especially when we see that
there are twin mounted engines on the F-22 Raptors so that when both engines are running together there is a resonance wave set up between them that
can be Ultra Low Frequency and thus "silent" but incredibly high amplitude. This can only be resolved by building jet aircraft that are single engine
design. In the marine sector similar Ultra Low Frequency sounds are generated if the ship is running more than one engine. Some ships have two
separate engines driving propeller on each side of the hull. Power boats have three engines running simultaniously ! The problem being that on the
F-22 Raptor the two engine are right next to each other, where as usually engines are positioned out on the wings so as to be away from each other. Is
this why the F-22 Raptor is nolonger in production ? Anyway there are now vehicles like as "Aurora" that can fly up to twenty two times faster than
sound, and are able to fly into orbit from any normal airfield runway. The United Kingdom Space Agency UKSA are building the Skylon vehicle powered by
the versitile Saber engines being built in the British Isles too. Although a civilian vehicle, no doubt military versions of it will already be in
development. So the F-22 Raptor are actually really old birds now !
Here is a video about the Skylon being built in the British Isles by the United Kingdom Space Agency UKSA. Notice that the engines are out on the wing
tips. Perhaps thus so as to avoid the resonance problems experienced in the F-22 Raptor.
edit on 19/5/2012 by CAELENIUM because: (no reason given)