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Old 07-23-2010, 10:10 PM
BlueAngel BlueAngel is offline
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Default Re: Human Experimentation

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Originally Posted by galexander View Post
Well, because I live in a newly built home the property is covered by a twelve month defects period and I complained about the issue (rather craftily) as a possible defects issue.

The housing group is the company that financed the building of the home and from whom I purchased it.

I strongly suspect a chronically creaking floor in the bathroom. It is usual that such infrasound equipment is hidden somewhere within the target's home and where better to put it but under the floor?

So, you've never heard a chronically creaking floor in your bathroom. You only suspect that your bathroom floor chronically creaks and, from this suspicion, you have determined that infrasound equipment is hidden underneath the floor.

Okay, whatever.


The creaking floor will have to be sorted out as a defects issue anyway. But so far the company has been dragging its feet about fixing the problem.

When I raised the issue of infrasound the housing group were entirely reasonable as I had left it open that there might be a number of other explanations available other than harassment.

The housing group was entirely reasonable when you raised the issue of infrasound equipment being planted underneath your bathroom floor because you told them that you "SUSPECT" you have a chronically creaking bathroom floor and that your "suspicion" of a chronically creaking bathroom floor is evidence that infrasound equipment most probaly has been planeted underneath the floor.

Again. Okay, whatever!

Sounds reasonable to me that your local housing authority would find it entirely possible that there is infrasound equipment planted underneath your bathroom floor because you suspect that your bathroom floor chronically creaks and a "suspicion" that one has a chronically creaking bathroom floor is evidence that infrasound equipment has been planted underneath the floor.

Look, Gale, your bathroom floor either chronically creaks or it doesn't. To say that you SUSPECT your bathroom floor chronically creaks just sounds, ah, ridiculous.


At the last place I lived, which was a flat, I experienced the exact same problem only it was accompanied by a chronic sound insulation issue coming from the flat below. It was so bad you could hear literally everything, phones ringing, people talking.

What exact same problem did you experience at the last place you lived?

I believe the sound from the flat below was being amplified and on two occasions I heard the definite sound of electronic feedback after a particularly loud bang or other noise had been generated by the people below. And I doubt somehow that the people below were using a PA system at the time.

What do you hear when you experience the sound of electronic feedback?

I have also had to put up with nuisance phone calls and scratches and dents appearing on my car and a snapped car aerial.
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Last edited by BlueAngel : 07-24-2010 at 01:56 AM.
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