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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 17:47:38 GMT
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Conditions are changing as soon as they are detected.
Last night @ 3 am. it was buzzing (almost inaudible) that could vibrate your
teeth. I woke up with sharp pain in the whole set of front teeth in the
lower jaw. Observing the conditions at that moment, there was a buzz that
was really dis-orienting and must have been responsible for this. I traced
it to the air vent overhead that was almost directly above my head. The
sound was coming down in a beam. I moved my sleeping location (again).
The sound seemed to be synchronized with the fridge operation. It went away
when the fridge cycled off. I know it could not be the sound of the fridge
itself because that is too low to bother me so far away past a wall. And the
fridge has no connection to the vents.
I disconnected the fridge, changed locations and was able to sleep. The jaw
pain disappeared immediately. The first night of 'relatively undisturbed'
sleep in some days now.
More and more weird noise sources are everywhere.
Just as I was on my PC, I noticed a constant barely audible dribbling sound
going through the house and into the head. It seemed to persist over several
minutes. This must be something new. Looking out, I find a 'white' male, ~40
yrs, 170 lbs, 5'6", blond ponytail, heavy looking oversize sleeveless
jacket, looking at the map of the area posted nearby. Soon I see him walking
towards his vehicle - a shuttle operator for airport shuttle ! It was his
shuttle van that was producing this sound that was audible in the entire
area ! It was nearly 50 - 100 ft away. Even when he drove away, I noticed
that it was clearly audible even when he was far away ~300 ft with a
building in between.
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