Originally Posted by Auditor55
What I have done is cited the Pseudo
science. You have right to comment and give your opinions on it.
There fixed it for you.
Not a conspiracy at all. I don't know if they are famliar with any studies on infrasounds and how they affect human being. That is why I said that I would do some research. However, I'm not content to accept the company line like the sheeple tend to do.
What company line? But you will tow the company line of one case that supposedly backs up your fallacious premise.
And you know that how? I told you I spoke to Mr Syme at SMPTE and the reason he gave was that people don't hear sounds below 20hz anyway, so below 20hz content, according to him, is superflous.
That sounds like a company line, if not an alright dismissive reply to possibly hostile questioner. I am sure if that statement is true that there is more context that would further clarify what he supposedly said. Who knows, you could be making it all up, especially with the lack of context and actual reference.
You're "fairly" certain means you're not 100% certain.
Yes, unlike you I can openly admit to a supposition rather than mascarading one as an authoritative irrefutable statement that have not been thoroughly vetted.
Even admitting uncertainty does not necessarily refute the possible veracity of the statement.
You clearly missed the point. You're absolutely wrong, sonic weapons absolutely employ the use of infrasounds, they are said to effective because the target can't hear them. Infrasounds are used in psychological warfare to demoralize and disturb the enemy.
No you missed your own point, the usage of such infrasonics occurs only under very specific conditions that fall outside any concern for those in either a public or home theater. Every scenario you have brought up that initially and superficially seems to affirm your agenda are outliers that hold no bearing in the discussion of home theater situations.
I should be banned for making arguments supported by "science"in the Audio Video Science Forum.
I believe Inigo Montoya sums it up best.