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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 03:38 AM
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Asktheanimals
Turns out the DC shooter and the woman in the car that was shot both heard voices, both same age and both from NY NY originally. Here's some weirdness for you - DC Navalyard shooter was Aaron Alexis, 34. Man driving range rover that ran over the biker is Alexian Lien 33, the woman who was shot driving her Infiniti was Miriam Carey 34. All were from NYC.
In the Bible Aaron was the older brother of Moses and Miriam (or Mary) was the elder sister of both Aaron and Moses.
The dude run over by Alexis was named Jeremiah Mieses (derivative of Moses).
Strange planet.....


faked stories with intersecting and scripted aspects to the narratives.
true.




posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 03:43 AM
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First codec conversation of Metal Gear Solid 1
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Kz4-_Vlbv8
www.youtube.com...



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 03:55 AM
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AbleEndangered
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First codec conversation of Metal Gear Solid 1


Seriously? Something from Metal Gear?

Wow, you're right, PROOF!!!11!

Even worse, even if you give two whoops about something from a video game, the statement is that it vibrates the bones in your ear. Bone conduction is old hat.

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:07 AM
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Bedlam

AbleEndangered
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First codec conversation of Metal Gear Solid 1


Seriously? Something from Metal Gear?

Wow, you're right, PROOF!!!11!

Even worse, even if you give two whoops about something from a video game, the statement is that it vibrates the bones in your ear. Bone conduction is old hat.



So Lucille Ball wasn't that crazy after all.....
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:17 AM
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I heard that's also the second function of all the hi radio towers across the US. They are sending out signals to control people.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:28 AM
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AbleEndangered
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Bedlam

AbleEndangered
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First codec conversation of Metal Gear Solid 1


Seriously? Something from Metal Gear?

Wow, you're right, PROOF!!!11!

Even worse, even if you give two whoops about something from a video game, the statement is that it vibrates the bones in your ear. Bone conduction is old hat.



So Lucille Ball wasn't that crazy after all.....
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Why, because Metal Gear?

Nope, she wasn't crazy, she was lying.

If I told you I was hearing Morse code being sent by Japanese saboteurs, and I told you that I was hearing it in my head as "beep beep beeeep beep beeeeep" sounds like a movie or TV show, if you know *anything* about radio, you'd immediately spot why that isn't true.

I bet there's not more than two ATSers who will know why. I'll wait a day or two before explaining it, unless someone comes up with it.

eta: I'm not talking about the unlikely possibility that the filling somehow forms a non-linear junction capable of doing the RF detection. Not even talking about the blatant lack of any sort of transducer. It's even more fundamental of an error, but one a TV/movie actress would be likely to commit.
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:30 AM
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Actually, yes they can transmit messages through the air and directly to your skull. They did it with ads for the tv show "Paranormal State" in 2007.


New Yorker Alison Wilson was walking down Prince Street in SoHo last week when she heard a woman's voice right in her ear asking, "Who's there? Who's there?" She looked around to find no one in her immediate surroundings. Then the voice said, "It's not your imagination."

Indeed it isn't. It's an ad for "Paranormal State," a ghost-themed series premiering on A&E this week. The billboard uses technology manufactured by Holosonic that transmits an "audio spotlight" from a rooftop speaker so that the sound is contained within your cranium. The technology, ideal for museums and libraries or environments that require a quiet atmosphere for isolated audio slideshows, has rarely been used on such a scale before. For random passersby and residents who have to walk unwittingly through the area where the voice will penetrate their inner peace, it's another story.


adage.com...

I'm sure they have variations of this technology that could be used more specifically and covertly. Like they ceased refining it in 2007 and this is all that can be done. I very much doubt that.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:33 AM
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I don't mean to attribute so much art to reality, its just Art mimics reality!!



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:38 AM
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AbleEndangered
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I don't mean to attribute so much art to reality, its just Art mimics reality!!


Well, in this case, unreality. There are a number of things you need to receive radio signals, and fillings just don't provide them. But in any case, the issue comes in with Lucy hearing it in her head as "DE-DE-DE-DE!" as she stated many times. There's a reason why that ought to jump out at you, although I grant you most laymen would think it's plausible.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 04:40 AM
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That's not radio, nor microwaves, nor ELF though.

There's a couple of ways to get that effect. They don't work through walls, nor floors, nor even if you're standing in front of an audio reflective background like a granite wall.

But it is a lot of fun in the open, if you've got the thing and people don't know you do.

At one time, you could buy them, even as a civilian. Haven't seen it for a while. We did fart around with a setup out at Redstone for a couple of days.

eta: it does sort of beg the question of "if someone whispered something to you, would you feel compelled to do it" to which most people that were sane would answer "no".
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 05:05 AM
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It doesn't really matter what type of devices or signals were being used, that's not the point. The fact remains that they are indeed developing ways to beam, through the air, messages into people's skulls. The question is how far have they refined this process. We know that they keep top secret versions of technology to themselves for a long time before revealing it to the public. High tech planes come to mind - some that have been secret yet known, but not officially admitted to, sailed the skies before we were told yes, they do exist.

This type of stealth technology and knowledge is standard with most governments of the world. What little we see is going to be the tip of the iceberg. And people often accept this as a way our governments keep us "safe". If John Q. Public knows these things exist, then so does the enemy, etc. There are multiple avenues to the same location in regards to how this message-to-skull technology can be achieved. If the military hasn't looked into a way to weaponize that tech then they are severely off their game.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 05:07 AM
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_conduction
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The Google Glass device employs bone conduction technology for the relay of information to the user through a transducer that sits beside the user's ear. The use of bone conduction means that any vocal content that is received by the Glass user is nearly inaudible to outsiders.


That is just so similar to the Metal Gear Solid Codec!!

How old is Metal Gear Solid 1 release?

Also found this, was pretty wicked, especially the part about it being used on patients born without a middle ear!!



www.chalmers.se/en/news/Pages/New-implant-replaces-impaired-middle-ear.aspx
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“The BCI implant will provide full hearing even to patients born without a middle ear”, says Bo Håkansson.

Deaf people will gain normal hearing and function
Hearing impairments are the most common physical disability in the industrialized world. If the problem originates in the mechanism required to conduct the sound to the inner ear – for example, in the ear canal or the small bones in the middle ear – the skull bone can be used instead. Soon, functionally deaf people will gain normal hearing with the implant pictured, known as the Bone Conduction Implant (BCI).



WoW!!



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 05:32 AM
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On the other hand brain tumors have been known to cause people to do many strange and often violent things.
The link between brain tumors and radio waves and radiation have arguably been connected. The recent rise in such tumors is certainly not mere speculation.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 05:51 AM
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Orion75
It doesn't really matter what type of devices or signals were being used, that's not the point. The fact remains that they are indeed developing ways to beam, through the air, messages into people's skulls.


Sure it does. Being able to reconstruct sound in an interference zone using ultrasonics isn't the same as being able to do it at a distance with radio. Your argument is like saying "I have a soldering iron that gets hot, so they are developing ways to heat things, therefore -----> (leap) they® have ways to do this with flashlights. That's where the irrationality comes in.



If the military hasn't looked into a way to weaponize that tech then they are severely off their game.


That doesn't mean there was a way found to do this. Or that what you got was useful in any way. They used to look into Star Wars-ish holograms, too. That didn't work out, either.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 05:53 AM
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AbleEndangered

That is just so similar to the Metal Gear Solid Codec!!

How old is Metal Gear Solid 1 release?


Not nearly as old as bone conduction headphones, I'm afraid. Beethoven used to hold a stick between his teeth pressed against a piano to compose when he first went deaf.

eta: when I was about 8 years old, there was a cool tv series on called "Search", the good guys had bone conduction implants just under their right ears. So the popular idea of it was at least that old.




Also found this, was pretty wicked, especially the part about it being used on patients born without a middle ear!!


WoW!!


I guess it would seem wicked, if you didn't know that the bone conduction thing worked on the cochlea. You don't need a middle ear.
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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:03 AM
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Asktheanimals
On the other hand brain tumors have been known to cause people to do many strange and often violent things.
The link between brain tumors and radio waves and radiation have arguably been connected. The recent rise in such tumors is certainly not mere speculation.


I don't think they magically gave tumors to either person by beaming waves at them. I do agree that tumors are associated with a lot of nutty irrational crimes.

I'm not so sure about a recent rise in tumors. The data I looked at was pretty inconclusive. Radio waves and radiation are not co-identical.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:07 AM
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Quite so, Phage.

I don't KNOW that THAT's a sufficient explanation for a number of cases, though.

My professor did his research for . . . the Navy.

He was tight lipped but did offer a scant few lines to read between.

I have just found several of the reports of such experiments and technologies to be more than a little convincing after my exposer to my prof.

Certainly we know that the brain operates with various frequencies of it's own.

It's NOT that far fetched to postulate that carefully tuned external frequencies could 'tap into' the functioning of the brain in ways that altered even perceptions and . . . even 'reality' at some level . . . as frightful a prospect as that is.

And, interestingly, such goings on are quite congruent with many abduction reports, as well.


imho, the Chinese curse is simply true . . . we live in INTERESTING times.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:15 AM
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Bedlam
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eta: it does sort of beg the question of "if someone whispered something to you, would you feel compelled to do it" to which most people that were sane would answer "no".


HOWEVER

IF said person has already been compromised . . . by their genetic psychology . . . by ATTACHMENT DISORDER . . . by MK ULTRA types of interventions . . . by psychoactive drugs for whatever diagnosis--bogus or not . . .

THEN such insertions into their consciousness--particularly if delivered by a meticulous relentless process at critical times in powerful ways with powerful images and emotional cues, stimuli . . .

COULD trigger all manner of acting out behaviors.

1. CONDITION the victims.
2. WIND THEM UP
3. TURN THEM LOOSE in critical ways at critical times to seed chaos into the populace . . . and fear.

Fits the globalists' means, methods and machinations quite well.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:23 AM
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BO XIAN
HOWEVER

IF said person has already been compromised . . . by their genetic psychology . . . by ATTACHMENT DISORDER . . . by MK ULTRA types of interventions . . . by psychoactive drugs for whatever diagnosis--bogus or not . . .


However, if you believe in that sort of thing, it's still a lot more straightforward to simply have someone walk by them and say "have a nice day" while waving a newspaper or something than to use some Bond-ian horse crap.

And I don't believe in that sort of thing anyway. People on prozac don't walk around doing anything and everything someone mentions to them. What you're seeing is paranoid schizophrenics off their meds, doing what the little voices tell them, and they're all internal.



posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:25 AM
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BO XIAN

Certainly we know that the brain operates with various frequencies of it's own.


Frequency is the sort of word where you have to say "frequency of what". And then show some sort of causal relationship.



It's NOT that far fetched to postulate that carefully tuned external frequencies could 'tap into' the functioning of the brain in ways that altered even perceptions and . . . even 'reality' at some level . . . as frightful a prospect as that is.


External frequencies of what sort? And how do you propose that they effect such a change? Frequencies of woodpecker taps? Fly wingbeats? Water drops from faucets?





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