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DZP1 4 points ago +4 / -0

This makes sense. These are not sonic attacks - any sounds are purely a side effect of the effects of microwave energy on brain and / or sensory systems.

Now as to question of sources. We can rule out aircraft or drones. Such source move too fast to maintain a good beam pointing on a stationary target while the vehicle is moving.

What is the physical source? If using interferometry methods, then two antennas are required. Possibly two dishes side by side. One possibility is mounted inside a truck, which makes it hard to see. How is it aimed precisely though?

Is it possible this is meant to be a scanning system of some sort, to collect data, and the human effects are merely side effects? Otherwise, why target people at random, unless they are targeted by role they perform?

SR-71A_Blackbird 2 points ago +2 / -0

The fact that microwaves make no sound is probably to obvious for this one.

undecidedmask 2 points ago +2 / -0

The scientists at Camp Hero found out in the sixties that blasting people with radio waves can alter their mood in a controllable way, imagine what we can do today...

Harambe 1 point ago +2 / -1

Its China

Gashhand 1 point ago +1 / -0

And no doubt the USA is doing the same right back at them.