Sunday, December 6, 2020

'Havana syndrome' likely caused by directed microwaves - US report - BBC News

Mystery illness suffered by US diplomats in Cuba was most likely caused by directed microwave radiation, a US government report has found.

The report by the National Academies of Sciences does not attribute blame for the directed energy waves.

But it said research into the effects of pulsed radio frequency energy was carried out by the Soviet Union more than 50 years ago.

The illnesses first affected people at the US embassy in Havana in 2016-17.

Staff and some of their relatives complained of symptoms ranging from dizziness, loss of balance, hearing loss, anxiety and something they described as "cognitive fog". It became known as "Havana syndrome".

The US accused Cuba of carrying out "sonic attacks", which it strongly denied, and the incident led to increased tension between the two nations.

A 2019 US academic study found "brain abnormalities" in the diplomats who had fallen ill, but Cuba dismissed the report.

2 comments:

  1. The implication is that US diplomats and intelligence officers were attacked with a sophisticated weapon that the US could not detect.

    “The mere consideration of such a scenario raises grave concerns about a world with disinhibited malevolent actors and new tools for causing harm to others, as if the US government does not have its hands full already with naturally occurring threats,” says the study.

    Russia had already been widely described by the US media as a likely culprit behind the American officials’ health problems. The country is mentioned in the study only briefly, in the context of past research into the effects of pulsed microwave exposure. It showed no proof that the supposed victims of the hypothetical attack were actually subjected to microwave radiation, yet alone that it was intentional.

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  2. Un rapporto del comitato di esperti delle Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze americane, incaricato di studiare la cosiddetta 'sindrome dell'Avana', ha scoperto che sono le radiazioni a microonde "dirette" la probabile causa di malattie tra i diplomatici americani a Cuba e anche in Cina. Lo studio, commissionato dal Dipartimento di Stato e appena pubblicato, è stato richiesto proprio per trovare la causa delle misteriose malattie che hanno colpito il personale diplomatico a partire alla fine del 2016 all'ambasciata Usa a L'Avana. Il personale e alcuni loro familiari lamentarono una serie di sintomi, tra cui capogiri, perdita dell'equilibrio e dell'udito, ansia e un fenomeno che descrissero come "nebbia cognitiva". Il malessere fu chiamato "sindrome dell'Avana" e gli Usa accusarono Cuba di "attacchi sonici", che l'Avana smentì. Lo studio ha evidenziato che "l'energia a radiofrequenza diretta e pulsata sembra essere la spiegazione più plausibile" per i sintomi, una spiegazione più probabile rispetto ad altre cause precedentemente prese in considerazione, come malattie tropicali o problemi psicologici. Lo studio non ha indicato, però, la fonte di emissioni di energia e non ha chiarito se si tratti di un attacco mirato, ma sottolinea che ricerche precedenti su questi disturbi erano state condotte nell'ex Unione Sovietica.

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