posted on May, 14 2013 @ 07:12 AM
reply to post by TDawgRex
I am positive it was not incense to cover a smell of pot I would know that smell and yes it freaked me out every time I smelled it and on
numerous occasions when I was with someone i would ask them if they could smell it and yes they could but we could never quite locate the exact place
of origin as I said it was coming up through grate coverings like in gutters for water to drain off and I also noticed the smell on several occasions
coming from the open ground where county construction work was being done on streets...I smelled it in oklahoma a couple years ago as well. I am now
in Montana and have not smelled it here as of yet...The closest thing I could find was Ions in high concentration. It definately triggers me, makes me
hold my breath and walk quickly past whenever I smell it.
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One sweltering day in Philadelphia this summer a man sat before a small
metal box resting atop a hospital file cabinet. It was plugged into an ordinary wall socket. A doctor flipped a switch. Inside the box a small fan
whirred; the box hummed distantly, like a high-tension wire, and gave off a faint, sweetish odor. Soon the man felt alert, magical, refreshed, as
though he had been taking deep gulps of sparkling October air. The doctor turned the machine off, switched on another that looked just like it. The
air grew quickly stale. The man's head felt stuffy. His eyes smarted. His head began to ache. He felt vaguely depressed and tired.
With this simple experiment, the scientist, Dr. Igho H. Kornblueh, of the American institute of Medical Climatology, demonstrated the effect that
atmospheric ions can have on human beings. The first machine generated negative ions; the second positive ions.
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