Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Vermin Continue to Experiment
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Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 18:23:15 GMT
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I have had the experience before. I traced the reason to exposure to sudden
explosive sound from a jet aircraft that was taxiing at the end of a runway
while I was passing close by in my car. That effect lasted for several weeks
if I remember right. It hurts the ear and creates a ping ping type of
effect, etc. It goes away with time, though.
The present phenomena are definitely not a hearing problem. I can sense the
signals very very clearly and identify the patterns exactly. And, as I have
noted in my previous posts, the emissions keep changing patterns, sounds,
etc. If I had the right measurement equipment, the people responsible would
be in jail now.
For you, it would be easy to test your own hearing. Just go to a place free
of noise - such as outside your house, etc. Or just change your location. If
the noise is gone or changed in any way, you know it is not a hearing
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote...
> > Last night was clear of the very loud roar from the Airport area as
> > well as the rapid banging from 1-2 miles away!
> 2020, your noise descriptions sound very much like the descriptions
> given by people who suffer from tinnitus, a hearing disorder. They
> have a newsgroup, where you can search old postings with Google and
> read very similar descriptions. Tinnitus comes in many forms - I
> have the common ringing-in-the-ears form, which is allways present,
> rather loud if I atune to it, but thankfully I'm able to "block it
> out," and go about my normal life. I beleive I got this from a pair
> of little bird pets we used to have, who liked to sit on my shoulder
> and squawk in my ear VERY loudly. I should have thought to get and
> wear earplugs; instead we gave away the birds, and now I miss them.
> Perhaps not surprisingly, I am able to hear normal sounds amd music
> quite well, and the tinnitus usually doesn't interfere. But I fully
> expect to get some of the other sound forms like you describe as I
> grow older. How old are you? Have you been tested by a hearing
> - Win