The sordid tale of the first three months of 2019 is one of record temperatures, both high and low, record snowfall and rainfall, and the resulting multi-billion-dollar disasters caused by the violent inland storms and massive flooding that followed in their wake. January temperatures in the U.S. northwest started out
A medical expert with the University of California has weighed in on her suspicions as to what caused the concussion-like injuries in US embassy workers in Cuba in 2017, and at an embassy in China this past June, and says that what were initially thought to be "sonic attacks" are most likely the effects of microwave-based surveillance devices.
Information regarding the condition of 24 U.S. diplomats working in Cuba that succumbed to what appeared to be a sonic attack earlier this year has been leaked by an anonymous source, offering new insight into the situation, and possibly ruling out the possibility that their injuries were cased by a sonic weapon of some sort. However, the nature of the longer-lasting injuries — namely, damage that was caused to the subjects’ brains — only deepens the mystery regarding the source of the attacks.
Unknown Country readers are well-versed in the comings and goings of the various psychic research programs conducted by branches of the U.S. military. In addition to these programs, it turns out that the United States Navy is currently conducting a four-year, $3.85 million research project exploring the phenomenon of intuition and precognition for potential field use by the Navy’s sailors and Marines.