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published the American Medical Association, a new study or what it called "scientific evidence", about the existence of a secret weapon, it was launched in Cuba by US diplomats almost three years ago.
Gama Network published the details of the new study, which sought to answer a question about the nature of the "secret weapon" that was launched on US diplomats, is it sound shocks or radiation attacks, and whether it had a direct impact on the diplomats or not?
The brains of variable
study pointed out that the radiation images of dozens of US diplomats working in their country 's embassy in Cuba, confirms exposure to serious changes in their brains.
Radiography professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Rajini Verma, said radiography did not completely explain the causes of those symptoms that appeared on US diplomats in the capital Havana nearly three years ago.
"Most diplomats had a consistent type of symptom, and their brains had a strange abnormality when subjected to radiography," she said.
"It is not clear if these distortions are the cause of those negative symptoms that American diplomats have suffered, but of course any abnormalities or changes in the brain translate directly into health problems."
"When 21 diplomats at the US Embassy for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were subjected to disturbances or dysfunction of their brains," she said.
For its part, the US State Department welcomed the participation of medical institutions in seeking to solve this complex problem.
The US State Department said it was not yet aware if the injuries were caused by a secret weapon, radiation attacks or sound shocks.
The beginning of the crisis
US diplomats complained of several health problems between the end of 2016 and the middle of 2018. Their symptoms were loss of balance, nausea, dizziness, impaired motor coordination, eye movements, hearing loss, deafness, anxiety and anger. In perception.
And decided after the US State Department to withdraw a large number of its diplomatic staff in Cuba, and accused Havana of using "secret weapon" against its diplomats.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Neuert said at a news conference that "the secret service" wounded about 16 American diplomats with hearing loss.
The State Department refused to hold anyone responsible for the use of the "secret weapon," noting that investigations would reveal who was involved in the injury of American diplomats with hearing loss.
The Associated Press quoted US officials as saying that "secret weapons" may have been posted inside and outside the houses of US diplomats, and were targeted directly to hearing loss.
However, Seth Horowitz, a professor of neuroscience, questioned the Business Insider in these reports, pointing out that no device has yet been discovered that can affect a specific nerve in the human body.
"This is unscientific transcript," Horowitz said. "There is no device or sound phenomenon in the world that can cause this type of symptom."
But James Carson, former head of US interests in the Cuban capital Havana, told The New York Times that this could be a kind of practical test on a secret weapon developed by a country.
Toby Hess, president of the Center for Future Technology Research at Manchester Metropolitan University, told New Scientist magazine that there could be an audio device that causes these symptoms by sending frequencies with frequencies lower than those heard in humans.
The US military has already used sound weapons in Iraq, whose task is to control the crowds, as was used to control the angry demonstrations in Pittsburgh in 2009, but they need large devices and clear voices can not be clandestine work at all, according to Posted by Business Insider.
For its part, the Cuban government announced its rejection of the results of the latest study, noting that it provides results "illogical" and "unrealistic."
The Cuban government said in a statement quoted by the BBC "BBC": "
"The study did not help in approaching the diagnosis of symptoms, reported by US diplomats, and did not provide concrete evidence of the cause of these symptoms."
"These results were very disappointing in terms of the methodology of the study," said the renowned Cuban professor, Michel Valdes-Sousa.
"Those results published are inconclusive and contribute to increased confusion only."
"Even the brain changes they talk about are very small, very diverse and very widespread, and they themselves do not agree on a common interpretation of what happened," he concluded.