Sonic Attacks on U.S. Diplomats in Cuba Auditory Dysfunction Remains Unsolved .

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The Hearing Journal: April 2019 - Volume 72 - Issue 4 .
It was a scene straight out of  Star Trek according to the New York Times .

While stationed in Havana, Cuba in late  2016, U.S. Embassy workers and their families at home and in hotel rooms heard a powerful, high-pitched sound and, with it, felt a high-pressure sensation. For some, problems with hearing, headaches, and cognition followed. The symptoms were serious enough to warrant evacuation from the country, generate a fair amount of diplomatic upheaval, and cause observers worldwide to scratch their heads and wonder if something truly was rotten in the city of Havana .
More than two years since the incidents began, United States-Cuba relations haven't recovered, and speculation  continues about who would carry out the so-called  sonic attacks .  Cuba, a rogue faction there, Russia, and even North Korea have been floated as possible culprits.1 As well, the inevitable questions of why, and exactly how, the attacks were carried out also exist .

But over the past year, more details about the strange episodes ”which occurred in Havana through early 2017 (and apparently in Guangzhou, China, in 2018, although the U.S. government has not officially linked the cases) and their effect on the people who experienced them have begun to emerge.2,3 But instead of fitting together soundly, investigation updates are providing more twisty turns  pieces to this still-unsolved puzzle.

When a tight-knit community suddenly experiences similar symptoms of mysterious origin, collective delusion is a natural suspicion. Consequently, when news of the phenomenon in Havana went public, many onlookers wondered both silently and aloud whether it was a case of mass hysteria . .

« Last Edit: February 26, 2020, 04:04:45 PM by sr john »
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