While the State Department still has no answers about the mysterious attacks on our diplomats in Havana, Cuba, the NY Times reports that they have the answer. The symptoms of the attack were dizzy feelings and disturbing sounds. While that sounds like a sonic attack of some kind, it may well have been something else. The Times is pointing to reports that it is looking like some sort of microwave weapon. There is something called the Frey effect that could account for the sounds.
As Written and Reported By Teri Webster for The Blaze:
Weaponized microwave energy attacks may have caused American diplomats and family members to fall mysteriously ill while they were stationed at the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, according to published reports.
A New York Times report on Saturday stated that doctors and scientists who examined 21 of the affected diplomats believe microwaves are “a main suspect.”
“Everybody was relatively skeptical at first,” Dr. Douglas H. Smith, the lead author of a study of the victims’ ailments, told the news outlet in an interview.
“[But] everyone now agrees there’s something there,” Smith, director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania, said. He also said the team is becoming increasingly sure that the diplomats suffered brain injury.
Smith said diplomats and doctors jokingly refer to the trauma as the “immaculate concussion.”
When did people become ill?
Starting in 2016, more than three dozen American diplomats and family members in Cuba and China began experiencing a series of “baffling symptoms and ailments.” In Cuba, the development caused a “diplomatic rupture between Havana and Washington,” according to the report.
The New York Times noted that the medical team who examined the afflicted diplomats did not mention microwaves in its detailed report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in March…….