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The 2020 IOM report on "Havana syndrome" only considers RF (radiofrequency) as the kind of directional phenomena/weapon that could have caused the reported symptoms. They've not mentioned anything sonic (i.e. transmitted as air pressure changes) instead of electromagnetic as being worth considering as alternative explanation, although they do go ...


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Probably Your question is pretty much exactly my reaction the first time I heard of this, especially "This sounds like a bad action movie premise". It is difficult to research objectively because different theories to explain the incidents implicate a different set of sources as unreliable. What I can say after some research is that, yes, this is ...


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Maybe. Opinions differ and the evidence is inconsistent. BBC News has recently produced a radio documentary about this, I've summarised it below (although it's worth listening to the audio, it's interesting). At least some of the claimed instances are likely psychogenic or have 'normal' causes (eg food poisoning): Some instances may be unrelated. "We ...


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Are Directed-Energy Weapons Behind the Havana Syndrome? In 2020, a study on Havana syndrome by the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine concluded that the more than 130 victims experienced some real physical phenomena, and that the cause was most likely some form of electromagnetic radiation. ... Perhaps the best option to prevent ...


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