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Sci Tech    H3'ed 6/9/18

Here's why scientists are questioning whether 'sonic attacks' are real

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Sonic attacks would be hard to pull off and a terrible way of incapacitating diplomats, experts say. Very little data exist on whether and how ultrasound in the air affects human health. 

One of the few people to tackle the question is Timothy Leighton, a professor of ultrasonics and underwater acoustics at the University of Southampton in England. He has investigated previous claims of people who complained that they had been victims of sonic attacks.


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