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Appendix C: Additional Comments on Directed Radio Frequency Energy
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... This unusual form of vestibular stimulation could lead to very confusing percepts as central vestibular pathways do their best to resolve the nonphysiological pattern of end organ stimulation resulting in sensations of physically impossible motions, unexpected reflexive postural responses to them, and faulty inferences about external 60
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... Affected individuals could report different sensations in response to the same external stimulus; thus, immediate reports of affected individuals may not be veridical and sensations may vary from one individual to another. If a Frey-like effect can be induced on central nervous system tissue responsible for space and motion information processing, it likely would induce similarly idiosyncratic responses.

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