Hear radar waves

Peter Heckert ph741 at z.zgs.de
Wed Nov 4 16:12:37 EST 1998


I cannot give more answers.

There are real persecution and torture and other things in this world.
I would never deny this.
Also there are people who are really persecuted.

There are also experiments with humans and worse things.
One has only to watch the news and to read newspapers to know this.
But this is not done with microwaves,it is madness to believe this.

Please look to this:

I copied this from:

Also I have the whole file appended here.
You will find there more information as well as
Webpages and newsgroups of self-helping people
referring to tinnitus.

.top of page Discovering and Understanding Tinnitus
What is tinnitus?

Tinnitus can be described as "ringing" ears and other head noises that are
perceived in the absence of any external noise source. It is estimated that
1 out of every 5 people experience some degree of tinnitus. Tinnitus is
classified into two forms: objective and subjective.

Objective Tinnitus
Tthe rarer form, consists of head noises audible to other people in addition
to the sufferer. The noises are usually caused by vascular anomalies,
repetitive muscle contractions, or inner Subjective Tinnitus

This form of tinnitus may occur anywhere in the auditory system and is much
less understood, with the causes being many and open to debate. Anything
from the ear canal to the brain may be involved. The sounds can range from a
metallic ringing, buzzing, blowing, roaring, or sometimes similar to a
claanging, popping, or nonrhythmic beating. It can be accompanied by
audiometric evidence of deafness which occurs in association with both
conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. Other conditions and syndromes
which may have tinnitus in conjunction with the condition or syndrom, are
otosclerosis, Menier's syndrome, and cochlear or auditory neve lesions.

Hearing loss, hyperacusis, recruitment, FMS, and balance problems may or may
not be present in conjunction with tinnitus.

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top of page Discovering and Understanding Tinnitus
What do we hear?

!!!!!!!!!ESPECIALLY LOOK TO THIS!!!!!!!!!

Many sufferers in the online community report that their tinnitus sounds
like the high-pitched background squeal emitted by some computer monitors or
television sets. Others report noises like hissing steam, rushing water,
chirping crickets, bells, breaking glass, or even chainsaws. Some report
that their tinnitus temporarily spikes in volume with sudden head motions
during aerobic exercise, or with each footfall while jogging.

Objective tinnitus sufferers may hear a rhythmic rushing noise caused by
their own pulse. This form is known as pulsatile tinnitus.

Best Wishes. Peter Heckert   ph741 at z.zgs.de
Die Dummheit der Menschen ist die,dass  jeder schlauer sein will.
Das hat einer gesagt,der besonders schlau sein wollte.
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