miércoles, 31 de julio de 2013

Frey Microwave Hearing - Beam Voices Into Your Auditory Cortex

Cómo somos influenciados en nuestro cerebro, en nuestra conducta al ser expuestos a los Campos electromagnéticos.

Suelo despertarme y escucho un zumbido fuerte en mis oidos, obvio conozco y sé que no es "hipertensión arterial" cómo nos suelen repetir los "científicos médicos" hoy en día.

Nuestros cielos llenos de Chemtrails, y cargados de ondas electromagnéticas por todo el planeta conocidas como HAARP.

Nos afectan nuestra mente y nuestro sistema nervioso.

Adriana Miranda Reina
@2paralas2







Hearing Voices or Sounds in Your Head?  












Frey Microwave Hearing - Developed in 1958, has had over 55 years to develop into the SCIENCE that it is today! This mimics classic symptoms of Schizophrenia but is actually technology using Microwave Technology almost like a radio beaming inside the head of a person. This is designed to discredit a targeted individual. 


Very few professionals in Law Enforcement or within the fields of Psychology or Psychiatry are up to date on this type of technology. It is our duty to spread the word on this - 
and GET THIS NEWS OUT!!! 


This is known by several names:
Frey Microwave Hearing
Voice to Skull
V2K

and...
"The Voice of God Command"





Developed in 1958



Microwave auditory effect


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



The microwave auditory effect, also known as the microwave hearing effect
or the Frey effect, consists of audible clicks (or, with modulation, whole words)
induced by pulsed/modulated microwave frequencies. The clicks are generated
directly inside the human head without the need of any receiving electronic 
device. 
The effect was first reported by persons working in the vicinity of radar 
transponders during World War II. These induced sounds are not audible to 
other people nearby. The microwave auditory effect was later discovered to be
inducible with shorter-wavelength portions of the electromagnetic spectrum
During the Cold Warera, the American neuroscientist Allan H. Frey studied this
phenomenon and was the first to publish[1] information on the nature of the 
microwave auditory effect.

Dr. Don R. Justesen published "Microwaves and Behavior" in The American 

Psychologist (Volume 30, March 1975, Number 3).
Research by NASA in the 1970s[citation needed] showed that this effect
occurs as a result of thermal expansion of parts of the human ear around the
cochlea, even at low power density. Later, signal modulation was found to
produce sounds or words that appeared to originate intracranially. It was
studied for its possible use in communications. Both the United States and
USSR studied its use in non-lethal weaponry.[citation needed]
Pulsed microwave radiation can be heard by some workers; the irradiated
personnel perceive auditory sensations of clicking or buzzing. The cause is
thought to be thermoelastic expansion of portions of auditory apparatus.[2]
The auditory system response occurs at least from 200 MHz to at least 3
GHz. In the tests, repetition rate of 50 Hz was used, with pulse width between
10–70 microseconds. The perceived loudness was found to be linked to the
peak power density instead of average power density. At 1.245 GHz, the peak
power density for perception was below 80 mW/cm2. The generally accepted
mechanism is the rapid (but minuscule, in the range of 10−5 °C) heating of the
brain by each pulse, and the resulting pressure wave traveling through the
skull to the cochlea.[3]
The existence of non-lethal weaponry that exploits the microwave auditory
effect appears to have been classified "Secret NOFORN" in the USA from
(at the latest) 1998, until the declassification on 6 December 2006 of
"Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal Weaponry" in response to a FOIA
request. Application of the microwave hearing technology could facilitate a
private message transmission. Quoting from the above source, "Microwave
hearing may be useful to provide a disruptive condition to a person not aware
of the technology. Not only might it be disruptive to the sense of hearing, it
could be psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard "voices within
one's head".
The technology gained further public attention when a company announced in
early 2008 that they were close to fielding a device called MEDUSA (Mob
Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) based on the principle.[4]
Electroreception has also been studied in the animal world. Ritz et al., in
Biophysical Journal,[5] hypothesize that transduction of the Earth's
geomagnetic field is responsible for the magnetoreception systems of birds.
Specifically, they propose that this transduction may take place in a class of
photoreceptors known ascryptochromes.




Fuente : http://theresearchrabbitwhole.blogspot.mx/2013/07/frey-microwave-hearing-voice-to-skull.html?view=magazine