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Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
Thanks for replies.
I just think it`s so sad that this is all the Guardian can do - a basic article by a neuroscientist, no staff article, no discussion of consent/ethics etc. Asking a person in a vegetative state to think of tennis? No concern, no ethics.
Issues of experimentation/consent should be front page.
On the positive side I suppose at least a few thousand people will learn some neuroscience.
And the readers` comments largely ridiculed the whole thing, which is healthy.
microwave hearing effect or V2K is declassified technology .....
obviously what they use on TI`s is far more sophisticated and advanced ...
the next thing to understand is TI`s use the word "V2k" loosely to explain that the voices and sound they hear is being broadcast into them ....rather than the technical details of v2k
so ones again Labrat is trying to cause confusing and misrepresentation
again Labrat is not interested in " Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEW"
he is more interested in manipulating/influencing members beliefs opinions
I wasn`t referring to v2k at all - rather to this article which was linked to the 1st one -
http://www.nature.com/news/neuroscience-the-mind-reader-1.10816 - it`s more about fMRI studies.
I`m just stunned that there`s no mention of ethics. And you are right, it relates to eugenics.
Labrat I am so sorry to hear all this and I can only say well done for surviving such an appalling violation and abuse. I can hardly imagine it.
When I mention ethics, I do not expect ethics from criminals and psychopaths such as these. I am commenting on "respectable" newspapers and journals airily printing stuff about experimenting on people without a word about ethics/consent - see Nature article above for example.
What sort of ethics panel would pass an experiment where researchers ask many questions of someone and they don`t even know if they are conscious or in pain? Was there an ethics panel? Can a family give "consent"? It is awful.
The Guardian was always a left-ish, progressive, caring type paper. Now I don`t know what to think.
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