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TOP INTEL TODAY 2018 STORIES — #7 : “Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons : Q&A with Professor James Lin”

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin [UPDATE 3]

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin [UPDATE 2]

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin [UPDATE]

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin

“Whether or not a microwave weapon was the culprit, this stealth technique may be a weapon of the future. I would not be surprised if some military establishment around the world invests or has already been engaged in such a program.” … Continue reading

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