Like I've said, I don't really know what the Polar Bear Project is or exactly what they are doing to us, but I know a few ways we can protect ourselves against it.
1. Whenever you find yourself in a silent place, listen very carefully. If your ears are sensitive enough, you can actually here the sound of the waves in the air. I don't really know how to describe the sound, but when you hear it, you will know the Polar Bear Project is real. The sound will terrify you at first. You'll feel a chill spread throughout your entire body, from your feet up into your brain. That's okay. It's okay to be afraid. Fear is the first step to wanting to protect yourself. You have to believe the Polar Bear Project is real, you have to be aware of what's going on, before you can resist it. If you do hear the sound, be warned: DO NOT listen directly to the sound for too long. Listening directly to the sound of the waves for too long is like staring at the sun: the result could be disastrous for your brain.
2. Closely monitor and limit your use of devices that use radio waves. I know this may be tough for a lot of people, but we have to try. Cell phones, radios, wireless internet, even television, can carry the Polar Bear signals directly to our brains. When you're using a cell phone or wireless internet, take note of odd behavior in the device you're using, such as a flickering screen, strange popping or clicking noises, distortion...all these could caused by the interference of the Polar Bear waves. If you feel like something suspicious is going on, end the transmission immediately.
3. Don't let music get stuck in your head for too long. Once a song from TV or radio starts repeating in your head on it's own, get it out of there immediately . Sometimes, information from the Polar Bear waves are woven into the music that's broadcast over radio waves. Just think about it. Is there a song that you've gotten stuck in your head that just seemed to play over and over again in your mind, completely out of your control? If so, they may have already gotten to you.
4. Monitor your dreams. One way to tell if the waves are getting to you is to monitor your dreams. The best thing to do is simply write down as much of your dreams as you can remember as soon as you wake up. Most people can't remember details in their dreams IF they can remember their dreams at all. This is exactly what the Polar Bear Project wants, for us to forget our dreams. Why? Because they are telling us what to dream. If you are good at becoming self aware in your dreams, you can even search your dream for HIM...the beast. If the waves are getting to you, you will find him there in your dreams.
5. Exercise the creative parts of your brain. These are the areas of your brain that they can't get to. These parts of your brain are too shifty and dynamic for them to get a hold of. Get into a hobby or craft that forces you to think creatively. Play an instrument, build models, paint or draw, write, cross-stitch, anything that uses the creative side of your brain. Whatever you do, don't allow yourself to get caught up in some sterile, repeating action that leads to a dulled state of mind - that's when your mind is most vulnerable to the waves.