Quote:Conspiracy theorists, beware: That aluminum foil beanie-headwear believed, since at least the 1950s, to stop brain-control rays-may make it easier for The Man to read your mind, according to Massachusetts Institute of Technology grad students. Inspired by fringe beliefs that invasive radio signals can probe citizens' thoughts and that wearing foil on your head may fend them off, an experiment by four Ph.D. candidates found that certain key frequencies-owned by the Feds, naturally-are actually enhanced by such "protection."
Quote:Overall, the foil effectively weakened radio waves by up to 10 decibels over most of the frequency spectrum (there were no significant differences among helmet shapes). But at 1.2 and 2.6 GHz-which fall within the band reserved for government satellites, GPS systems and mobile phone corporations-passage through the foil amplified these waves by 20 to 30 decibels.
The special properties of aluminum foil that shield the brain from being read by "liberal activist" scientists. Also works nicely as a rain hat that gives the "tin roof" effect.
As far as the Government being involved, yeah maybe, but I don't think there are any absolutes, or at least none we can prove beyond any reasonable doubt. I think it's all a big mix to keep us entertained and baffled and it seems to be working. Do I think there have been people that have been abducted by aliens and only aliens with no government involvement ?
I do. Do I have proof ? No. Am I 100% on this belief system ?
I have had my own paranormal experiences and have seen the "shadow man" up close and up front, not peripheral. So I am 100% on beings of other realms. I'll leave it at that.
(08-11-2012, 08:25 PM)sublimy99 Wrote: I think it's all a big mix to keep us entertained and baffled and it seems to be working.
I think that's spot on. Who knows. I personally have no evidence of alien existence although I've seen some strange shit. I don't have an abduction story but JR does, or at least that's what they wanted to make it look like.
(08-11-2012, 07:49 PM)sublimy99 Wrote: Unique, it was just a point of reference. As far as wiping out memory, I don't think they "wipe it out" it is probably stored in the subconscious, in which case it could be used later at a more appropriate time. I'm not sure this is true, I'm just speculating, as we all are, really.
BINGO. You need to talk a bit with Cynicalabsurdance. I'm certain he'll show up here. I can tell you you're not far from the truth.
(08-11-2012, 08:25 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote: Quoting: "In a blind study of binaural beats' effects on meditation, 7 Hz frequencies were found to enhance meditative focus while 15 Hz frequencies harmed it."
I don't care what anyone says, I saw this thing and there was nothing around to cast this shadow. Plus, all the descriptions and the fact it had a name and so many people have seen it, gave me all the validation I needed on a personal level. This is where it resides, on a personal level, so when I came to a place like this to tell my story, I'm not looking for anyone to believe or except my story because I except and believe what I saw and that is all that counts to me!
You can't make this shit up friend.
In my dream I was was standing with my big sis in the yard exactly as it looked back then, absolute photo-realistic dream.
We were watching some very unusual star constellations, groups of 5 stars in a circle and one in the middle when the garage door opened and a couple of shadow figures came out of there. They came walking towards us and it scared me so shitless at the time I chose to pass out in my dream before reaching the door.
Funny thing I still remember this dream. I always kinda interpreted it as reflections of my sister and me in the yard but can't really figure out why it would have freaked me out so bad. I always got along great with my sisters and had a very happy childhood. Had a lot of UFO dreams at that time as well...
Goddamn scariest dream I ever had, no shit. Turned from happy to hell in no time.
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