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there are other notes that are effective at making people

feel weird. u.s. military, as well as u.s. police use them for riot control.

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4857417

 

and something else:

 

 

Acoustic Weapons

 

A variety of nonlethal acoustical weapons have been proposed and evaluated. Some of these are little more than fancy loud-speakers, while others involve more subtle or sophisticated processes and truely deserve the designation of acoustic weapon.

 

Simple high-intensity sound causes the inner ear to generate nerve impulses that register as sound. Since the inner ear also regulates spatial orientation, saturation of the inner ear by high-intensity sound may cause spatial disorientation. For example, loud music was used by American forces to drive Manual Norriega from the Vatican Embassy in Panama in 1990.

 

High-intensity low-frequency sound may cause other organs to resonate, causing a number of physiological results, possibly including death. Acoustic weapons pose the hazard of being indiscriminate weapons, potentially imposing the same damage on friendly forces and noncombatants as on enemy combatants or other targets.

 

A low-frequency sound transducer produces sounds below the audible frequency range [below 20 Hz]. The sound transducer is driven by its own amplifier that uses the output of a low pass filter as its input. Known as infrasound, these vibrations are felt but not heard. The observer needs to be placed on a wooden platform so that the vibrations are transmitted to a suitable area.

 

Infrasound would be a powerful ultralow frequency (ULF) weapon that could be directional and tunable, penetrating buildings and vehicles. High Intensity infrasound could induce disorientation and reduced sensory motor functions. At higher levels of intensity, experimental have shown that animals may cease breathing temporarily. But this has seemed to be not a very practical weapon, since large banks of speakers were required to provide directionality, and power demands were deemed excessive.

 

Diference Tones are more sophisticated arrays that project a sound to a specific location. The resulting sound can only be heard at that particular location as the result of interference patterns created by the interaction of sounds transmitted from multiple remote speakers.

 

The Curdler, a device that emits a high shrieking noise at irregular intervals, was reportedly used by the British as a means of riot control in Northern Ireland. In this case the sound is at levels lower than the pain threshold, and is intended to be annoying rather than inducing disorientation.

 

The American Technology Corporation (ATCO) has produced a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD), a long-range hailing and warning directed acoustic beam device. LRAD was developed to communicate at operational ranges with authority and superior intelligibility in high ambient noise environments. LRAD systems are in operational use or evaluation in maritime, check point, vehicular, airborne, and integrated system applications by the USN, USMC, US Army, and USCG. LRAD is a flat panel, multi-transducer, phase coherent emitter. Designed for highly-directional communication at 300+ meters over land and 500+ meters over water, LRAD can also issue a warning tone.

 

A more potent weapon under development in Russia since the early 1990s is a high powered very low frequency (VLF) modulator. Operating at frequencies below 20 KHz, the device requires a 1-2 meter dish to project a so-called "acoustic bullet." The device was attractive because the power level is adjustable. At low power, the system would cause physical discomfort, while increasing the power could induce nausea, vomiting and abdominal pains. The highest levels can cause a person's bones to resonate, which can be quite painful.

 

New systems are being developed and evaluated by the US Army's Picatinny Arseanal. The Aversive Audible Acoustic Device (A3D) is a highly directional device that can be hand-held or vehicle mounted. It directs an acoustic beam, which has tailorable intensity, and is used as a public address system, to focus on a specific individual or to deliver aversive sounds to alter a combatant's behavior.

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wow, your neighbors sound like real gems. just fucking report them...

 

i live across the street from a bunch of ecstasied up ravers. i swear to god, the have a big ass stereo system and they play the most ridiculous trance music all day and night. its loud inside our house it must be fucking insane inside their place. i havent had the gall to call the cops on them yet, but when semester starts and im trying to sleep or study i will have no hesitation to call them.

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Right now, there's a guy working on a van in the driveway, in the dark. I almost stepped on him on the way in....and, it's about 50 degrees outside.

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Would Slayer at top volume first thing in the morning be appropriate? I wonder...I could get some off of slsk, snd run it through the system...

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Dystopia...they used to incite riots at their shows.

 

Hey casek, I'll flip you some Dystopia once you get back on the 'seek phone.

 

Not to be taken lightly.

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The only tone I know of is one for making free payphone calls, but that stems back to my phreaking days. I had the tone on my computer but the hard drive has since been wiped. I could find it again if I cared.

 

Anyways Im pretty sure there is a drug lab near my house. The guys are very low key but they have papered the windows and they have a new car almost every other day, literally. Everytime I walk by and someone is outside they get very quiet and eye me till I pass by. I could just be mildly paranoid but I have a felling...

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WHAT THE FUCK is that shit on the right? NOOOOOOOOO way...maybe that's what they're on. I used to see all kinds...that's just plain fucked up.

 

The funny thing is that speed isn't even a problem in Oakland...just on my block.

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Originally posted by Sparoism@Jan 8 2006, 03:05 AM

WHAT THE FUCK is that shit on the right? NOOOOOOOOO way...maybe that's what they're on. I used to see all kinds...that's just plain fucked up.

 

The funny thing is that speed isn't even a problem in Oakland...just on my block.

 

 

yeah i stayed in oakland for a while as a bum and from what i gathered meth wasnt on the list of issues. what part of town you in?

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Temescal's Toughest Terrorist, baby.

 

You know, by MacArthur BART...

 

Maybe we met up back in the day....if you were here in 2003, did you ever stay over at 61st and Stanford with all the hipster kids? I did. Good times....

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There was a brothel in my neighborhood a while back. I don't know if you could call it that. It was really just a shitty house where scumbags came over to pound some white trash lady. Atleast that's what I think was happening over there. But one day there was this huge argument between this huge fucking wigger and one of the "prostitutes". It was really dumb and embarrasing. But the cops got called there all the time.

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Originally posted by Sparoism@Jan 8 2006, 03:15 AM

Temescal's Toughest Terrorist, baby.

 

You know, by MacArthur BART...

 

Maybe we met up back in the day....if you were here in 2003, did you ever stay over at 61st and Stanford with all the hipster kids? I did. Good times....

 

 

nah i was there over this past summer living in a suburban parked near 51st and telegraph. had some good times. i love the fact that you guys have liquor in grocery stores.

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