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Subject: Re: Audio Subliminal Detector
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Date: Tue, 01 Oct 2002 08:41:12 GMT
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"F M" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I am looking for a circuit that will be able to not only detect an
> embedded audio subliminal message, but also isolate and amplify it
> enough so that it can be heard audibly. Something that will connect to a
> cassette tape deck via phono plugs.
how are these messages coded? I wonder because our ears are utterly
sensitive and not easy to fool as it is the case with the eyes.
And wouldn't these messages be rather commercials than from the "feds"?
I have the program "Cool Edit" and it has a function "Brainwave
Synchronizer". Do you mean something like this? I've never found out what it
really does, and I doubt you will detect it easily. It certainly doesn't
have the ability to code spoken words into some music.
Why do you need the sublimation if you can tell people straight on the
TV-news: this is the country of evil, it has to be destroyed. The sublime
thing is the white cowboy-hat GWB is wearing, because we know the ones with
the white hats are the good ones (John Wayne).
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