Researchers may have found source of ‘sonic attack’ on diplomats in Cuba

Researchers may have found source of ‘sonic attack’ on diplomats in Cuba

[Ed. – Very interesting possibility, but see what you think.  When Dr. Fu says “it doesn’t prove it’s the cause,” I think he has two layers of meaning.  First, that indeed he’s referring to correlation and not causation, which would be to keep the claim carefully scientific.  But second, that producing the ultrasonic effect wasn’t intentional.  Certainly, finding evidence of intentionality might well require more facts than we can gather at this point.]

A technical report from the University of Michigan offers a stunningly simple theory for the source of the Cuban “sonic attack”: a pair of eavesdropping devices too close to each other and tripping the ultrasound that ironically was supposed to make their presence quiet.

More importantly, it might not have been done with malicious intent.

“It doesn’t prove it’s the cause,” Kevin Fu, an associate professor at the University of Michigan and one of the co-authors of the study, cautioned. “It’s a correlation. But to us, it seems like a strong correlation.”

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