In 1975, researcher A. W. Guy stated that “one of the most widely observed and accepted
biologic effects of low average power electromagnetic energy is the auditory sensation evoked in
man when exposed to pulsed microwaves.”
He concluded that at frequencies where the auditory effect can be easily detected, microwaves
penetrate deep into the tissues of the head, causing rapid thermal expansion (at the microscopic
level only) that produces strains in the brain tissue.
An acoustic stress wave is then conducted through the skull to the cochlea, and from there, it
proceeds in the same manner as in conventional hearing. It is obvious that receiver-less radio
has not been adequately publicized or explained because of national security concerns.
Today, the ability to remotely transmit microwave voices inside a target’s head is known inside
the Pentagon as “Synthetic Telepathy.” According to Dr. Robert Becker, “Synthetic Telepathy
has applications in covert operations designed to drive a target crazy with voices or deliver
undetected instructions to a programmed assassin.”