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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 03:03:16 GMT
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Last night I was woken up at ~ 4 am by what sounded like several exploding
sounds (exactly like the sub-aural sounds I have described before) like
machine guns firing at the head. Obviously, it shocks/numbs you. I kept
observing it. It also caused sharp pain in the stomach area. The pain went
away when I covered the area with my hand.
At the end of a short period, there was a loud ping (sub-aural sound) from
the microwave/kitchen area. It was turned off, but connected to the power.
Then, I heard a neighbor's garage door opening - one of the neighbor's doors
has been retrofitted to be almost silent; saw a car departing. At 4:30 am !
What in heavens is someone doing at 4 am in the darkness !
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