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Subject: Re: A weird contraption ?
Organization: The Armory
X-Newsreader: trn 4.0-test69 (20 September 1998)
From: email@example.com (Richard Steven Walz)
Date: 27 Oct 2002 15:45:53 GMT
In article ,
>A weird contraption that looks like a cross between a sofa and a huge
>Red rexine cover, ~ 6-7 feet long, ~10 inch dia cylindrical type back with a
>microscopic ( ~6 inch ! ) seat and the whole contraption is placed on a wire
>frame type metal structure shaped like a base.
>I saw the Chinese (Tibetan type couple ~40 yrs old) neighbors bring this in
>a few weeks ago and carry it upstairs (?). Last week I found it in the
>garage, ~ 50 ft from where I sleep, aimed directly at my head and aligned
>exactly in the direction I sleep.
>The low tones are being heard at night. Can a device like that generate it ?
>Can it also generate a shock wave right at the head ?
>Another scenario is from the neighbor on the left. The pattern from that
>source seems to have changed to shocks (very strong jolts) right through the
>head spaced at approximately 1 second apart, just as if it is a clock
>ticking or your own blood vessels beating in your head. I checked my pulse
>when I woke up in the middle of the night; it was synchronized to the jolts
>! Except, I know the originating source was not the blood vessels or the
>clock because it went away when I shifted sleeping locations.
>And the temperature regulation/control seems to have shifted to 60 deg F
>now. A point inside the house stayed at 60 deg F, only 3-4 feet from the
>outside which was at 50 deg F, with no heat sources around !
You're an idiot. Why do you sleep in the garage? And by the way, it's
a rowing machine. No, it doesn't make noise the dishwasher does.
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