Weaponizing Sound the Old Fashioned Way - Kathryn Cramer
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Noah Schachtman at Defensetech blogs, "[S]onic weapons are slowly starting to be used by the American and Israeli militaries to disperse crowds with defeaning noise. But here's a tactic in the sound war that I hadn't heard of before: Israeli jets, lett... [Read More]

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