Embassy Diplomat Injuries Most Likely Microwave Weapons; Goodbye to “Thermal – Only” Claims For Non-Ionizing Harm
INTRODUCTION: Havana Syndrome
“Havana Syndrome” is the term coined to describe unusual injuries and harm experienced by diplomatic personnel from the U.S. and Canada working overseas, initially reported to be occurring in Cuba.
In December of 2020, the “Consensus Study Report: An Assessment of Illness in U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies, Standing Committee to Advise the Department of State on Unexplained Health Effects on U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies, of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2020)” was released .
The report concludes that “directed microwave radiation” was the likely cause of injury among diplomats working in Cuba, China, and elsewhere.
The report should present a watershed moment in the debate about whether microwave radiofrequencies are capable of causing harm, whether inadvertent or intentional; at non-thermal levels.
The wireless and telecommunications industries, military, and mainstream media adhere to the claim that unless radiofrequency exposure creates a heating and/or burning effect involving temperature increase, wireless technology is safe, (including cumulative, chronic, and newer, untested juxtapositions of exposure, even for sensitive and medically vulnerable populations).
Despite decades-old investigation, and reports and research indicating that harm is occurring at non-thermal levels, regulators and industry claim that injury is either not occurring at all, or that it is not associated with exposure to microwave radiofrequencies.
Because diplomats were not reporting or displaying symptoms of burn or thermal injury, but did exhibit brain injuries, the “thermal-only mechanism of harm” theory ruling international wireless telecommunications safety decisions, including assumptions about next generation 5G telecommunications, must be reassessed.
When risk, injury or harm associated with wireless exposures is noted by individuals,  health care experts and/or independent researchers and scientists, regulators, and industry scientists respond, without investigating simultaneous and/or resulting biological and health impacts.
An un-quantified portion of citizens worldwide are reporting injuries and harm associated with increasing juxtapositions of cumulative, chronic, and ubiquitous wireless exposures. Intelligence reports and the mainstream media are implying that the Russians are to blame for the embassy attacks. If so, why are the U.S. and other countries not urgently investigating reported harm to civilians?
Reported History of the Embassy Microwave Injury Reports, 2016-2020
In August of 2017, reports surfaced that diplomatic personnel from the U.S., working in Cuba, had suffered a variety of unusual health ailments, dating back to 2016. In June of 2018, Reuters reported that 26 Americans had been injured in what came to be known as the “Havana syndrome.” Fourteen Canadian diplomats also reportedly experienced similar health injuries while working in Cuba. The initial response of President Trump was to blame the Cuban government, and eventually most U.S. diplomatic personnel were recalled to the U.S. Canada then followed suit. Cuban diplomats in the U.S. were also ejected.
In early 2018, reports emerged of similar injuries to American diplomats in China. Later, media reports stated that intelligence agents working with allies from other countries in other undisclosed locations, focused on Russian counter-intelligence, were also targeted, with implications that Russia was to blame.
Early published theories about the cause of the injuries ranged from a chemical agent to a sonic attack to infrasound to mass hysteria to the sound of crickets, with many official reactions ranging from minimizing harm to denial to disbelief.
The U.S. and Canadian governments initially attempted to downplay the injuries.
In January 2018, Reuters reported that U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson would “convene a new high-level investigation into the harm that Washington says U.S. diplomats in Havana suffered in unexplained health attacks.” The Department of State appointed an Accountability Review Board to review the security incidents.
In February of 2019, several Canadian diplomats sued the Canadian government on the grounds that it had both failed to adequately protect them, and to address serious health concerns. Canadian officials acknowledged that several plaintiffs suffered from concussion-like symptoms, but said that no definitive cause or medical diagnosis had been determined, and attempted to dismiss the lawsuit.
Initial Medical Report, 2018, JAMA: Injuries, But Without Known Cause
A study published by the Journal of American Medicine in 2018 found that the affected Cuban diplomats “experienced some form of brain Injury,” but did not specify a cause. 
A December, 2018 article in Neurology Today  covering the JAMA report, stated,
What no one disputes is that, beginning in late 2016 and continuing until August 2017, a total of 24 US diplomatic personnel stationed in Havana, Cuba, experienced audible or sensory phenomena emanating from a distinct direction. When they moved, the sensation disappeared or lessened. Some described pressure-like or vibratory stimuli akin to air “baffling” inside a moving car when a single window is partially rolled down. The stimuli lasted for as little as 20 seconds to as long as 30 minutes. The diplomats experienced the stimuli in their homes or hotel rooms, although family members and other hotel guests remained unaffected. Immediately or in the days and weeks after, the subjects reported an array of neurological impairments, including disorders of balance, sleep, vision, hearing or cognition. Headaches were also frequently reported.
Some experts quoted in the article questioned whether some sort of sound was responsible for the injuries. Dr. Yuri Agrawal noted,
It is pretty compelling that these individuals had symptoms consistent with central nervous system damage. There is biological plausibility for sound or sudden changes in air pressure, such as those caused by blasts, leading to changes in peripheral and central nerve function.
The lack of a control group, baseline evaluations, and blinding by clinical examiners complicate the interpretation of the paper, according to the accompanying editorial by Christopher C. Muth, MD, assistant professor in the department of neurological sciences at Rush University Medical Center and associate editor of JAMA, and by Steven L. Lewis, MD, FAAN, chief of neurology at the Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, PA. 
At least some of the abnormalities reported in the paper, they wrote, “were based on patient self-reports or involved at least some degree of subjective interpretation by the clinician performing the examination.”
Rather than compare the subjects’ symptoms to concussion, the editorial said that the constellation of symptoms may be more akin to those seen in persistent PPPD, “a syndrome characterized primarily by chronic symptoms of dizziness and perceived unsteadiness, often triggered by acute or chronic vestibular disease, neurological or medical illness, or psychological distress.”
Dr. Beatrice Golumb, 2018: Diplomats Injuries and Pulsed Microwaves Pulsed Microwaves
A study published by researcher Beatrice Golumb  in November of 2018 in the Journal Neural Computation rejected the implication that a sonic attack was the source of the symptoms. She concluded that the facts were consistent with pulsed radiofrequency/microwave radiation (RF/MW) exposure as the source of injury.
The article’s abstract states,
Importance: A mystery illness striking U.S. and Canadian diplomats to Cuba (and now China) “has confounded the FBI, the State Department and US intelligence agencies” (Lederman, Weissenstein, & Lee, 2017). Sonic explanations for the so-called health attacks have long dominated media reports, propelled by peculiar sounds heard and auditory symptoms experienced. Sonic mediation was justly rejected by experts. We assessed whether pulsed radiofrequency/microwave radiation (RF/MW) exposure can accommodate reported facts in diplomats, including unusual ones.
(1) Noises: Many diplomats heard chirping, ringing or grinding noises at night during episodes reportedly triggering health problems. Some reported that noises were localized with laser-like precision or said the sounds seemed to follow them (within the territory in which they were perceived). Pulsed RF/MW engenders just these apparent “sounds” via the Frey effect. Perceived “sounds” differ by head dimensions and pulse characteristics and can be perceived as located behind in or above the head. Ability to hear the “sounds” depends on high-frequency hearing and low ambient noise.
(2) Signs/symptoms: Hearing loss and tinnitus are prominent in affected diplomats and in RF/MW-affected individuals. Each of the protean symptoms that diplomats report also affect persons reporting symptoms from RF/MW: sleep problems, headaches, and cognitive problems dominate in both groups. Sensations of pressure or vibration figure in each. Both encompass vision, balance, and speech problems and nosebleeds. Brain injury and brain swelling are reported in both.
(3) Mechanisms: Oxidative stress provides a documented mechanism of RF/MW injury compatible with reported signs and symptoms; sequelae of endothelial dysfunction (yielding blood flow compromise), membrane damage, blood-brain barrier disruption, mitochondrial injury, apoptosis, and autoimmune triggering afford downstream mechanisms, of varying persistence, that merit investigation.
(4) Of note, microwaving of the U.S. embassy in Moscow is historically documented. Conclusions and relevance: Reported facts appear consistent with pulsed RF/MW as the source of injury in affected diplomats. Nondiplomats citing symptoms from RF/MW, often with an inciting pulsed-RF/MW exposure, report compatible health conditions. Under the RF/MW hypothesis, lessons learned for diplomats and for RF/MW-affected civilians may each aid the other.
The Frey Effect – Microwave Hearing
As reported by the Cellular Phone Task Force, the Frey Effect, noted by Dr. Golumb, also known as microwave hearing, was first reported in 1961 by biologist Allan Frey. In 1960, Frey was working at General Electric’s Advanced Electronics Center at Cornell University. He established that microwave radiation from radar (and other sources) could somehow be “heard” by human beings, even though it operates outside the audible range of human hearing. The “hearing,” doesn’t happen via normal sound waves perceived through the ear. Microwave radiation activates vibration in the brain, perceived as external “sound.” This phenomenon came to be known as the Frey effect, or simply “microwave hearing.”
In a study published in 1975, Frey reported that microwaves could induce “leakage” in the protective barrier between the circulatory system and the brain. Breaching the blood-brain barrier means that bacteria, viruses and toxins from the blood can enter the brain. Dr. Leif Salford is currently the most active researcher continuing Frey’s pioneering work on the blood-brain barrier.
Microwave hearing is one of the complaints being made by civilians, including high-pitched frequencies outside the range of audible sound, chirping, and juxtaposed sounds, as well as a seemingly point-to-point mechanism of harm that is directed to one side of the head at a time.
As with the embassy injuries, the sounds are reportedly not perceived by others.
December 2020 National Academies Report: Most Likely Mechanism of Injury, Harm, and Disability is Directed Microwave Radiation
The newly published December, 2020 report of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine concurred with Dr. Golumb about pulsed microwaves as the probable mechanism of harm. The report’s press release concluded, in part,
WASHINGTON — Government personnel and their families at the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, in late 2016, and later at the U.S. consulate in Guangzhou, China, began suffering from a range of unusual — and in some cases suddenly occurring — symptoms such as a perceived loud noise, ear pain, intense head pressure or vibration, dizziness, visual problems, and cognitive difficulties, and many still continue to experience these or other health problems. As part of its effort to ascertain potential causes of the illnesses, inform government employees more effectively about health risks at posts abroad, and determine best medical practices for screening, prevention, and treatment for both short- and long-term health problems, the U.S. Department of State asked the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to provide advice. After undergoing a security review, the National Academies’ report is now available.
In examining plausible causes of these illnesses, the committee that conducted the study and wrote the report considered the possibilities of directed, pulsed radio frequency energy, chemical exposures, infectious diseases such as Zika, and psychological issues. An Assessment of Illness in U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies says that among the mechanisms the committee considered, directed, pulsed radio frequency energy appears to be the most plausible mechanism in explaining these cases, especially in individuals with the distinct early symptoms. Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD) — a functional (not psychiatric) vestibular disorder that may be triggered by vestibular, neurologic, or other medical and psychological conditions — is a secondary reinforcing mechanism, as well as the possible additive effects of psychological conditions.
“The committee found these cases quite concerning, in part because of the plausible role of directed, pulsed radiofrequency energy as a mechanism, but also because of the significant suffering and debility that has occurred in some of these individuals,” said committee chair David Relman, Thomas C. and Joan M. Merigan Professor in Medicine, professor of microbiology and immunology, and senior fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University. “We as a nation need to address these specific cases as well as the possibility of future cases with a concerted, coordinated, and comprehensive approach. 
1960s Historical Precedent – The Moscow Embassy
As noted also by Dr. Golumb, the U.S. embassy in Moscow was reportedly subjected to microwaves by the Russians during the Cold War. When the U.S. government discovered the situation, rather than informing and protecting its diplomats, the decision was made to observe and study the phenomenon, and not to inform those in harm’s way, for years, resulting in leukemia deaths of two Ambassadors, with a rare blood disorder in a third, as well as health damages in other embassy staff.
The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training published an account by diplomat James Schumaker: 
Many in the Embassy community felt betrayed about being kept in the dark for so long, and still more were anxious about the effect the microwaves might be having. Some thought that the microwaves were used by the Soviets to activate the numerous listening devices they had emplaced in the building prior to American occupancy.
Others believed that they were a jamming signal designed to foil our own electronic snooping devices (a highly classified report that came out in the 1970s leaned to this interpretation, and this is what the Soviets told us as well). Still others thought that the Soviets, who apparently knew a lot more about microwaves than we did, were using them to affect the mental states of Embassy employees.
The worst fear of Embassy staffers, however, was that the microwaves, whatever their purpose, might have some as yet unknown health effects. This seemed to be borne out over the years by the finding, in the early 1970s, that an unusual number of people were departing post with elevated white cell counts. It also came out that, anecdotally at least, there seemed to be a larger number of cancer cases, and especially leukemia, among former Embassy staff than would appear to be normal.
The clincher for many Moscow staffers was the unusual incidence of illness on the part of American Ambassadors stationed in Moscow. An article by Paul Brodeur in the December 20, 1976 issue of New Yorker and an earlier article in Time Magazine reported that not only had two recent American Ambassadors to Moscow died of cancer (Llewellyn “Tommy” Thompson and Charles Chip” Bohlen), then-Ambassador Walter Stoessel was suffering from a severe blood disorder (Ambassador Stoessel, who was universally admired, eventually died of leukemia in 1986). To most Moscow staffers, it just seemed like too much of a coincidence.
“Foreign Service Officer James Schumaker recalled that “the bombardment of the upper floors of the embassy began as soon as we moved in (after WWII) back in 1953. It was known that the Soviets had been irradiating the embassy, but it was kept under wraps for years, partly because no one knew the consequences.” Officially, there was no EMF bombardment. But there were political reasons as well. “Henry Kissinger wanted to avoid damaging chances for détente,” Shumaker said.
The CIA investigated the Moscow “signal,” as it was known, to learn if the central nervous system was impacted by microwave electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). According to Foreign Policy Magazine, the CIA theorized that the Soviets were trying to achieve mind control with the low-level radiation. “The U.S. wanted to figure out what was going on without tipping off the Soviets that they knew about the irradiation, and so the diplomats working in the embassy — and being exposed to daily radiation — were kept in the dark.” 
1980s: Zapping, the Women of Greenham Commons
Wikipedia, retrieved Jan.11, 2021, reports that
Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp was a series of protest camps established to protest nuclear weapons being placed at RAF Greenham Common in Berkshire, England. The camp began in September 1981 after a Welsh group, Women for Life on Earth, arrived at Greenham to protest against the decision of the British government to allow cruise missiles to be stored there. After realising that the march alone was not going to get them the attention that they needed to have the missiles removed, women began to stay at Greenham to continue their protest. The first blockade of the base occurred in March 1982 with 250 women protesting, during which 34 arrests and one death occurred. The camp was active for 19 years and disbanded in 2000.
What Wikipedia does not report is that the women of Greenham Commons were reportedly subjected to some form of electronic weaponry by the U.S. government.
As reported by Powerwatch, 
Alasdair Philips, a professional engineer, was Newsletter Editor for a group called Electronics and Computing for Peace. He and colleagues had been investigating the claimed (mis-)use of non-lethal electromagnetic weapons by the military, one particular example being the ‘zapping’ of the women peace protesters at Greenham Common ~ a RAF base being used by the American military as a Cruise Missile base. When they visited the Greenham Airbase they measured microwave beams, amplitude modulated at extremely low frequencies, aimed directly at the women by the US military. Interestingly, this was confirmed to Alasdair at a meeting where he was speaking by senior UK Home Office officials at a Mobile Phones and Health Effects conference held in Whitehall, London, in 1996.[i]
A September/October 1996 report by Microwave News covered the story here .
Microwave News editor Louis Slesin also wrote an article in 1987 for The Nation about the women. 
The women at the Greenham Common peace camp fear they are the victims of a bizarre radiation experiment. They cannot prove that they are being zapped, as they put it, nor have they been able to convince anyone to look into their allegations. Although the protest against cruise missiles at the U.S. Air Force base in southern England, now five years old, is a worldwide symbol of the peace movement, the women’s complaints have been dismissed as delusions by all but a few sympathizers. The trouble began two and a half years ago, when a number of those standing vigil outside the base began to suffer from agonizing headaches, unexplained anxiety and abnormal menstrual cycles. The women tested the food and water but found nothing that could account for the symptoms; they began to suspect some type of law-level radiation.
The radiation in question at Greenham is different from that associated with nuclear weapons or X-rays: it is non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation (NIER)–commonly called microwaves. NIER-based technology is used everywhere at the Greeham base–for radars and electronic warfare systems, for military communication networks and power lines, for microwave ovens and intruder-detection systems. With so many sources, the women may be suffering from accidental exposure to stray NIER. Partly because the medical problems surfaced when the Greenham protest was three years old and partly because the military and civilian authorities have tried practically everything to force them to abandon their peace camp, a number of the women think that radiation is being beamed at them intentionally. Experts agree that NIER can affect behavior, but the question is whether the radiation can be harnessed and used on people at a distance. With its MKULTRA program the C.I.A. began looking for the answer in the early 1950s. In The Search for the “Manchurian Candidate,’ published in 1979, John Marks relates that in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, the C.I.A. told him that it had a roomful of files on electromagnetic and related techniques to alter behavior and stimulate the brain. The agency refused to release the papers, and they remain classified. Despite the possibility that NIER could be used on people, the Greenham women’s appeals for help have been ignored.
The Guardian reportedly covered the story in articles including “Peace women fear electronic zapping at base” (Guardian, Mar, 10: 3, 1986).” The reference is not accessible on the internet via the Guardian archives under the author’s name or the title of the article.
The Guardian article has been quoted to read, in part,
Doctors are compiling a report on the condition of a number of Greenham Common peace women who have had symptoms which are consistent with the known neurophysiological effects of electromagnetic waves, or low level radiation. These symptoms range from headache and dizziness to difficulties of concentration or memory. Fears of electronic “zapping” have led peace women at the camp to keep a record of ill-effects reported by their groups over the past year. Claims that this has revealed a pattern of illness will be presented by the peacewomen at a media briefing in London today. They will report that at least 40 women present at different points around the nine-mile perimeter of the American cruise missile base have experienced similar symptoms, at the same times. The symptoms could be related to the powerful and secret electronic microwave satellite communications apparatus used at the missile base. If this is so, it would indicate unhealthy emissions are being radiated into the Berkshire countryside. On the other hand the American military have an intruder detection system called BISS, Base Installation Security system which operates on a sufficiently high frequency to bounce radar waves off a human body moving in the vicinity of a perimeter fence. A similar British system has been developed and has been acquired by the Ministry of Defence since April, 1984. Security at Greenham is a British responsibility but it is not known whether equipment of this type has been installed. Some Greenham women believe that the symptoms are the result of an attempt to drive them away from their protest siege of the missile base. Other peace women claim they are being assaulted by what the military calls electronic warfare, as part of a “field trial.” The Greenham women claim that meter tests outside camp, taken at times when women have experienced the symptoms, have shown a marked increase in background microwave signal levels. They also say the symptoms are more pronounced when cruise missile convoys leave the camp.
A recent article from the Guardian about the women protesters at Greenham Commons makes no mention of the “zapping” controversy. In contrast, an archived newspaper from South Africa provides another example of the historical international coverage of reported “zapping” of the Greenham Commons protesters. 
The report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine concludes that U.S. diplomats reporting injury, illness, harm, and disability were most likely injured by directed microwave weapons. The report concludes, “We as a nation need to address these specific cases as well as the possibility of future cases with a concerted, coordinated, and comprehensive approach.”
As Dr. Golumb has stated, “Nondiplomats citing symptoms from RF/MW, often with an inciting pulsed-RF/MW exposure, report compatible health conditions. Under the RF/MW hypothesis, lessons learned for diplomats and for RF/MW-affected civilians may each aid the other.”
Neither of these appear to be happening.
Instead, it appears that the concerted, coordinated, comprehensive approach is being directed to blocking the flow of information about health and environmental effects of microwave radio frequencies. Worldwide, a campaign is underway that denies civilian reports of harm, while simultaneously promoting increased exposures, and the supposed future benefits of “data-driven decision making” and justification for 5G and the connected Internet of Things.
Problems with the historical and current use of microwaves as a surveillance or jamming device, weapon, or for communications, appear to be suppressed in an apparent coordinated manner, indicating that the flow of information itself is being weaponized. At the same time, widespread citizen surveillance enabled by wireless technologies has increased dramatically.
Ionizing radiation was considered safe, until it wasn’t. Dr. Lisa Martino-Taylor researched the U.S. government’s experimental undisclosed spraying of predominantly low-income black slum neighborhoods in St, Louis, to test the use of ionizing radiation as an offensive weapon during the Cold War.  The U.S. government claimed that they were attempting to see if they could use a “smokescreen” to hide communities from an attack by Russian warplanes. Evidence proves that fog dispersed from planes and the sprayers located on rooftops included radioactive material, and not just zinc cadmium sulfide. In addition, as reported in the Seattle Times, “tests in Nashville in the late 1940s involved giving 820 poor and pregnant white women a mixture during their first pre-natal visit that included radioactive iron, Martino-Taylor said. The women were chosen without their knowledge. Blood tests were performed to determine how much radioactive iron had been absorbed by the mother, and the babies’ blood was tested at birth. Similar tests were performed in Chicago and San Francisco, Martino-Taylor said.” (The consequences for the victims and their families of the Cold War experimentation have not been addressed.)
The international stranglehold on the evolution of radio-frequency safety science is sustained in part by cooperation between the wireless industry, regulators, the military, finance, the mainstream media, and uniformed consumers. In part as the result of the covid epidemic, the level of collusion regarding the wireless agenda is unprecedented.
The consequences of a chokehold on questioning current science and its implications for future installation, and activation of beam-forming and other aspects of the 5G telecommunications network, represents an immediate, urgent risk. 
In light of complaints of harm that mirror the experiences of embassy personnel, that resulted in documented brain injuries, if the U.S fears that the Russians are to blame for the embassy “attacks,” the lack of investigation of citizen reports is inexplicable.
In their legal proceedings, Canadian diplomats charge that Canadian officials had failed to both adequately protect them, and to address serious health concerns. This appears to hold true for a much larger population that just diplomats, and beyond the confines of Canada.
According to Lisa Martino-Taylors’ research, during the Cold War, the U.S. government did not pursue communities for testing of ionizing radiation on non-consenting non-benefitting populations where citizens and civic leaders asked questions – about the installation of sprayers on building rooftops, airplanes, and the safety of the “fog.” The government targeted communities where they were able to obtain the cooperation of local officials. It’s time, for everyone, to ask questions.
 Self-reporting of symptom development from exposure to radiofrequency fields of wireless smart meters in Victoria, Australia: a case series https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25478801/
 Study by Richard Conrad, PhD on smart meter health effects reported by 210 participants. http://www.mainecoalitiontostopsmartmeters.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Exhibit-10-Smart-Meter-Health-Effects-Report-Survey2.pdf
Report on Wireless Smart Meters by Ed Halteman, PhD showing the health effects: EMF survey on smart meters https://www.emfanalysis.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/emf-survey-on-smart-meters.pdf
Dr. Paul Dart cell towers and antennas
 Ian Sample: “‘Sonic attack’ on US embassy in Havana could have been crickets, say scientists” (Guardian, January 6 2019)
 Ragini Verma; Randel L. Swanson; Drew Parker; et al. (2019). “Neuroimaging Findings in US Government Personnel With Possible Exposure to Directional Phenomena in Havana, Cuba”. JAMA. 322 (4): 336–347. doi:10.1001/jama.2019.9269. PMC 6652163. PMID 31334794.
 Paraphrased from: https://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/the-work-of-allan-h-frey/
 Sourced from interviews and direct experience by the author. Some have noted the unusual aspect of an apparently targeted high-pitched frequency that is ‘heard” only in one ear, with a needle-like burn on the outer ear, with a corresponding sensation of pain extended into the same side of the brain. The injury varies from one side of the brain to the other, indicating that it is being generated from an external source. In addition, other body parts have been activated by external frequencies. Individuals have reported being awoken from a dead sleep either by a high-pitched frequency or by a sensation of burning and pain in one ear that does not result in a burn injury. Other individuals in the same location appear unaffected and cannot hear any noise. This aspect is consistent with the reports of harm to embassy personnel.
 AG1977-A11-6-16-005-jpeg.pdf (wits.ac.za)
 US military secretly sprayed radioactive particles in St. Louis and Texas
 especially in light of the seeming point-to-point mechanism of focused radiation to one side of the head, reported by some civilians
Top image: Waking Times
Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and internationally calling for new biologically-based microwave radio frequency exposure limits. She is based in Massachusetts and can be reached at [email protected].