Anyone find the Cuba sound "attack" has any legs? 2017-10-13 00:48:19 You've probably heard about this already. I've been reading about this on various sites for weeks now. Most mainstream news sites are heavily implying if not outright saying that it's an attack. I've heard all kinds of wacky theories, ultrasonic, infrasonic, maser, pulse gun, etc.Scientists I've read from are skeptical for the most part, but most people including news orgs seem to have seen one too many James Bond movies.The AP seems skeptical enough for a news org, and they've released the supposed audio: https://apnews.com/88bb914f8b284088bce48e54f6736d84QuoteNot all Americans injured in Cuba heard sounds. Of those who did, it’s not clear they heard precisely the same thing.Yet the AP has reviewed several recordings from Havana taken under different circumstances, and all have variations of the same high-pitched sound. Individuals who have heard the noise in Havana confirm the recordings are generally consistent with what they heard.QuoteThe sound seemed to manifest in pulses of varying lengths — seven seconds, 12 seconds, two seconds — with some sustained periods of several minutes or more. Then there would be silence for a second, or 13 seconds, or four seconds, before the sound abruptly started again.Quote“What it is telling us is the sound is located between about 7,000 kHz and 8,000 kHz. There are about 20 peaks, and they seem to be equally spaced. All these peaks correspond to a different frequency,” said Kausik Sarkar, an acoustics expert and engineering professor at The George Washington University who reviewed the recording with the AP.