Cliff Huylebroeck wrote:The main point is, that people should start to realize, that if they hear voices, that his could be harassment with an electronic device, and that the number of people who are harassed this way
are probably the majority of all voice hearers.
Why are they probably the majority?
Because we don't have a convincing medical explanation why these people hear voices, while we can easily explain it with voice to skull.
The theory that needs the smallest number of assumptions is the most likely to be true.
Infinite_Jester wrote:Microwaves have no relationship with how auditory information is processed by the brain.
Infinite_Jester wrote:Therefore, the idea that the military or anyone else could send quiet sounds long distances to your auditory cortex is untrue for the same reason that my whispers cannot reach you from where I live. Again, to clarify the laws of physics are such that the technology you describe or that you have read elsewhere could not exist. Sound waves can only travel certain distances.
Infinite_Jester wrote:If such a technology existed it would be really great because you could develop hearing aids that could transmit sound waves to the brain
Infinite_Jester wrote:I disagree with your reasoning and here's why. ... If it happens to be long and convoluted and requires large numbers of text books to explain so be it. Also, medical explanations ... is based on empirical research. The theories ... have been tested against falsification and have confirmed again and again.
Infinite_Jester wrote:If we were to take your hypothesis seriously then the reason would instead be that methamphetamine users are targeted exponentially more often then the general public by "silent sound"
lonely-girl wrote:You do however seem to be suggesting that no one actually hears voices and if they do its down to this voice to skull thing you talk about? If that is the case why do people hear different things?
Cliff Huylebroeck wrote:If sound is broadcasted using acoustic heterodyning, then it can travel several kilometers. The physics behind acoustic heterodyning are very complex. It has been demonstrated on youtube.
Cliff Huylebroeck wrote:The official theories don't consider the possibility of voice to skull harassment. They refuse to investigate. So those theories don't have any value. We suspect also that the test subjects are not chosen really randomly. They choose particular test subjects to back up their claims. Also, the number of test subjects is often too small to come to such far-reaching conclusions.
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