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#1386 Tools for Getting Into Our Brains Bioethics(DARPA) and EPR/ESR

#1386 Tools for Getting Into Our Brains Bioethics and EPR(Electron paramagnetic Resonance)-ESR(Electron Spin Resonance)

There is now discussion at the Bioethics and disclosed science on the tools being used to access the brain. Take the time to watch these two segments at least of the Bioethics from Tuesday's discussion on "Obama's", "Brain Initiative".

Play section 6 of meeting 14, starting at the 16:00 minute mark. Walter J. Koroshetz, M.D.  Deputy Director  National Institute of Neurologic Disease and Stroke   Deputy Director   National Institute of Neurologic Disease and Stroke    National Institutes of Health......  Monitoring and effecting brain function , the tools being created even communication with DNA. They talk about going from individual probes that allowed access of just a small amount of Brain activity to using materials now to access down to each neuron firing.

John C. Wingfield, Ph.D.   Assistant Director for the Directorate for Biological Sciences   National Science Foundation starts at about the 25:00 minute mark,and at 28:00 minutes talks about studying animals in the field using nano sensors! We are studied in the field. Notice the problem with data storage mentioned and we know the capabilities of data storage that the NSA have, they must be gathering massive amounts of data by decoding the brain. Winfield is from the National Science foundation that funds research.

DARPA follows in this segment:
William D. Casebeer, Ph.D. (U.S.A.F., Retired)   Program Manager   (DARPA)Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency  National Institutes of Health

Noted by a very educated TI;  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron_paramagnetic_resonance

Electron paramagnetic resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) or electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy is a technique for studying materials with unpaired electrons. The basic concepts of EPR are analogous to those of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), but it is electron spins that are excited instead of the spins of a...

Something I noted while reading on EPR

Remote neural Monitoring?........from the Wikipedia on EPR

A quote I found in reading this................ Medical and biological applications of EPR also exist. Although radicals are very reactive, and so do not normally occur in high concentrations in biology, special reagents have been developed to spin-label molecules of interest. These reagents are particularly useful in biological systems. Specially-designed nonreactive radical molecules can attach to specific sites in a biological cell, and EPR spectra can then give information on the environment of these so-called spin-label or spin-probes.

Are these special reagents the nano sensors mentioned at the Bioethics as nano sensors for studying animals in the field? It seem like a very good possibility.

Dr. Micheal Persinger's video on knowing all things and possibly the first case of quantum entangled brains in the laboratory using magnetic fields.

Michael Persinger on No More Secrets
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