These symptoms included vertigo, vertigo (with piercing and unexpected sounds), nausea, vomiting, fatigue, cognitive issues, hearing loss irreversible, cognitive impairment, impaired vision, nausea and exhaustion.
It was a strange feeling.
This situation began in 2016, when the Cuban-American frontier was opened. Ambassadors from Canada, the United States and other countries were also affected.
Was it what people believed?
Acoustic/sonic attacks use sound waves to reach Americans.
Pay attention to the many accounts of Havana Syndrome.
Ambassadors with hearing loss described sudden blaring or deafening sounds, which stopped whenever they moved or awoke. Others experienced cognitive impairments after hearing the sound.
How did patients and scientists come to believe that the Havana phenomenon was possible?
Scientists dismissed the idea of an acoustic phenomenon, saying that cognitive symptoms and other problems associated with this condition required the coordination of sound waves higher than human hearing directed at specific persons. One scientist suggested that submerging one’s head in a pool with ultrasonic transducers could have such an impact.
They believed it was caused by something else.
The acoustic attacks could have been caused by a foreign product that neither the FBI or the CIS found.
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What was the process of scientists examining their hypothesis on the Havana Syndrome.
Researchers used the “Frey Effect” to show that people can hear microwaves. The primary reason for this is because people describe some symptoms as “knocking or clicking sounds”.
Did they conduct any experiments to verify their hypothesis?
After recording the sounds, scientists had to be terminated. The sound of clicking should not be heard except by those who are seriously ill. Scientists have argued that the sound was caused by pesticide poisoning. Others believe it is mass hyperactivity. Because of the high number of patients, they assumed the conversion disease was responsible.
How did they interpret the results?
Both the NAC as well the CDC reached the same conclusion about Havana syndrome symptoms. Both reports identified patient zero. CIC staff discussed the symptoms of Havana syndrome with their coworkers. The result was an increase in complaints from others.