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Sun Dec 6, 2020, 12:25 PM

Directed radio frequency plausible cause of 'Havana syndrome,' U.S. government report finds

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DECEMBER 5, 2020 10:17 PM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO

Directed radio frequency plausible cause of 'Havana syndrome,' U.S. government report finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - “Directed” radio frequency is the most plausible explanation for mysterious symptoms experienced by diplomats stationed in U.S. embassies in Havana and elsewhere, a U.S. government report said on Saturday.

The symptoms appear “to be consistent with the effects of directed, pulsed radio frequency energy,” said the report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering.

Diplomats in some postings have been plagued with nausea, headache, dizziness and other unexplained symptoms. This “Havana syndrome” has long been the subject of intense speculation, given the nature of the symptoms, the location of the postings, and the silence of the US government.

Saturday’s report marks the first time Washington has officially offered an explanation, although inconclusive.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in October that “significant U.S. government resources” had been dedicated to solving the mystery, in which more than 40 U.S. government employees were affected between 2016 into 2018.

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Read more: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-diplomats-havana/directed-radio-frequency-plausible-cause-of-havana-syndrome-u-s-government-report-finds-idUSKBN28G03R

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Sun Dec 6, 2020, 01:05 PM

1. yeah ray guns are super plausible

People are out there ray gunning all the time after all. In the movies that is.

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Mon Dec 7, 2020, 12:05 AM

2. They thought they'd send this up again, just in case, before Trump leaves (we hope) office.

They tried to circulate this stupid stunt time after time, never getting the reaction from people they hoped. It's almost embarrassing to see them hauling it out just in case, at long last, so many people suddenly decided the tiny country of 9 million people next to the world's most powerful and warlike nation had actually tried to destroy the US officials occupying an office space there, and go berserk on them, smashing them like beer cans, finally.

Anyone who ever heard of the first false flag bright ideas concocted by the Joint Chiefs of Staff during JFK's Presidency, to give the military a reason to wipe out the revolutionary government on the spot, (he rejected them all completely) would have smelled this the moment it reeked into range. Only the lunatic fringe bought it, the Q looney-toon types, so they kept trying to drag it back, anyway, in case they could attract some from the short-attention span sector with it and get the war on Cuba they wanted, wipe'em all out, seize the island, declare a new fascist state just like the one the Cubans overthrew already, due to the suffering, and racism, and horrendous deprivation which nearly destroyed the huge population of semi-destitute seasonal workers in the sugar cane, tobacco, etc. fields, living without running water, sewers, food, medical treatment, education, of course, and adequate shelter.

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