Two years after U.S. dipliomats in Cuba began falling ill from mysterious ailments ranging from headaches and weird, inexplicable sounds in their heads to mild brain injuries, scientist are still not sure who or what is responsible. What they are sure of is that the effects have continued and have recently stricken U.S. personnel in China. … More Electromagnetic Weapons May Have Been Used in Cuba and China Against U.S. Diplomats
In case you missed it, the report of the investigation into the cluster of serious ailments among U.S. diplomats shortly after the reopening of the US embassy in Havana has found they were likely targeted by electromagnetic weapons. http://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/01/science/sonic-attack-cuba-microwave.html
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Regular readers of my blog know that electromagnetic radiation (EMR) has been thought to be behind secret, pernicious assaults on American diplomats at the American Embassy in Cuba, mirroring similar events in Moscow during the cold war. Yesterday Beatrice Golomb, MD, Ph.D. and professor of medicine at the University of California San Diego said that … More Diplomats Mystery Illness in Cuba related to Microwave Radiation
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