“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.”
Dr. Michael E. Hoffer — Lead author of the report
“We have measurable, quantifiable evidence that something really did happen to the patients. It’s not just hysteria.”
Dr. Carey Balaban
On September 7 2018, SMA (US Department of Defense Strategic Multilayer Assessment) hosted a speaker session presented by Dr. Michael Hoffer (University of Miami), Dr. James Giordano (Georgetown University), Dr. Carey Balaban (University of Pittsburgh), and Dr. Diane DiEuliis (National Defense University) as a part of its SMA General Speaker Series.
In part I of this series, I presented the conclusions of Dr Hoffer in a short documentary using both his PowerPoint slides and his presentation of these slides during the teleconference. In part II, you heard the conclusions of Dr. James Giordano (Georgetown University). In part III, we learned why Dr Carey D. Balaban (University of Pittsburgh) believes that the diplomats have been attacked by a neuro-weapon.
In the final post of this series, Dr Diane DiEuliis concludes the presentation by discussing how neuro-weapons present a diverse threat to a range of potential targets, and argues that neuro-weapons should be treated as “weapons of mass disruption.”
I hope that this series will make it clear that, whatever the cause, these diplomats have suffered real injuries. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
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Dr. Hoffer began the discussion by presenting the University of Miami’s medical findings from an examination of a group of individuals either stationed with the US Diplomatic Mission in Havana, Cuba or their family members.
All of the people examined experienced a loud noise or pressure just prior to and during the onset of their symptoms, some of which included ear pain, tinnitus, dizziness, and cognitive issues.
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Dr. Giordano then provided an in-depth overview of the possible vectors for the otopathologic (ear-damaging) effects these individuals experienced, as well as the potential mechanisms and causes for such effects.
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Next, Dr. Balaban presented a series of empirical studies conducted by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), which focused on the biological effects of directed energy.
He also spoke about a series of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) devices that can be used to expose individuals to electromagnetic waves, as well as an I-Portal® Portable Assessment System that can be used for neurological testing.
Dr. DiEuliis concluded the presentation by discussing how neuro-weapons present a diverse threat to a range of potential targets, and argues that neuro-weapons should be treated as “weapons of mass disruption.”
For the record — The expression “Havana Syndrome” was coined by Dr. Ludwig De Braeckeleer and appeared for the first time in a story published by the Intel Today blog on October 3 2017. [Here is the tweet] Why would Wikipedia dispute such a simple fact?
Dr Diane DiEuliis : “Neuro S/T as Weapons”
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Havana Syndrome — Dr Diane DiEuliis : “Neuro Science & Technology as Weapons”