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God gave mankind freedom and liberty. God never controlled mankind’s minds. Only Satan and his supporters wanted to control mankind’s minds. Nazis were the first to develop the mind control weapons. With the help of Satan, they even wanted to conquer the whole world. Even though the world had destroyed Nazis, People had not been able to prevent the proliferation of mind control weapons, and prevent such weapons from falling into the hands of followers of Dragon and Beasts. More followers of Dragon and Beast started to research and develop mind control weapons. The Dragon, Beasts and their followers wanted to control their followers and also used their mind control weapons to abuse and torture God’s people secretly. 

1. Mind Control technologies.

Mind control technologies are weapons which use drugs, electronic microchip implants, nanotechnologies, microwaves and /or electromagnetic waves to subvert an individual's sense of control over their own thinking, behavior, emotions or decision making by attacking the brain and nervous system.

 

2. The development of mind control methods and technologies has a long history.

Nazi researchers used concentration camp inmates to test a cocaine-based "wonder drug" they hoped would enhance the performance of German troops.

https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/mind-control-drug  )

 

There is an overwhelming body of evidence that confirms the existence of Mk-ultra, America's Central Intelligence Agency mind control project.

(https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/proof-mkultra-exists )

 

Many Researchers, using nanotechnologies have developed implantable electronic chips that establish new nerve connections in the parts of the brain that control movement or even alter emotion and thought.

(https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/information-about-brain )

 

In 2002, the Air Force Research Laboratory patented precisely such a technology: Nonleghal weapon which includes (1) a neuro-electromagnetic device which uses microwave transmission of sound into the skull of persons or animals by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation; and (2) a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals.  NOTE: The sound modulation may be voice or audio subliminal messages. One application of Voice to Skull is use as an electronic scarecrow to frighten birds in the vicinity of airports. Many mind control victims also have claimed to be harassed by Voice to Skull technologies.

(https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/introduce-v2k-voice-to-skull )

 

It is possible nowadays to read someone's mind by remotely measuring their brain activity, researchers have shown. This technique can even extract information from individuals that they are unaware of themselves.

( https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/information-about-mind-reading )

 

It is sometimes hard for victims to find evidence of microwave or electromagnetic mind control technology.  However, some news articles are starting to report the development of government mind control weapons.

go to replies of this discussion to read more articles introduce electromagnetic/microwave mind control technologies  )

Microwave or electromagnetic mind control technology, even can attack you through satellites; or through TV , Mobile transmission Towers

( https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/satellite-surveillance )

 

Patents also indicate the existence of mind control technologies.

( https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/mind-control-patents )

 

Recently, scientists also found that fungi could control ant's brain, will fungi become new mind control weapons in the future?

https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/fungi-insect-mind-control


3. Electromagnetic Weapons

We only list few websites here for you easily to read some information about Electromagnetic weapons. More information about Electromagnetic weapons can be searched from the Internet easily.
Light, microwaves, x-rays, and TV and radio transmissions are all kinds of Electromagnetic waves.
https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/microwave-and-electromagnetic


4.  Mind Control News articles
http://www.wanttoknow.info/mindcontrolnewsarticles-0-20
 
5.  Scientific Paper of Electromagnetic weapons

US Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights
By Peter Phillips, Lew Brown and Bridget Thornton
As Study of the History of US Intelligence Community Human Rights
Violations and Continuing Research in Electromagnetic Weapons
Completed December 2006
Sonoma State University
Project Censored
Media Freedom Foundation
http://www.earthpulse.com/epulseuploads/articles/MindControlHumanRi...(pdf file)

Electromagnetic Aspect of Mind Control-A Scientific Analysis
by Vlad N. Binhi, General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
http://www.scribd.com/doc/5560955/Electromagnetic-Aspect-of-Mind-Co...

US Government Accidentally Releases Electromagnetic Mind Control Documents In FOIA Request

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2018/04/24/us-government-accid... 

 

Controlling the Human Mind : The Technologies of Political Control or Tools for Peak Performance By Dr. Nick Begich http://www.earthpulse.com/src/product.asp?productid=212
 
6. Videos of More information about Mind control weapons
Mind control Video
discovery channel
Electronic Mind Control Pt 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3aZyDiyI7g
Electronic Mind Control Pt 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh7FEwIbQds
Electronic Mind Control Pt 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nA1__XIYUo

CNN: Electromagnetic Mind Control Weapons (2 of 2)
https://www.youtube.com/v/boZIofptQiw
CNN: Electromagnetic Mind Control Weapons (1 of 2)
https://www.youtube.com/v/lgJ6SpHZir8
Science Channel Admits Microwaves Used in Mind Control
https://www.youtube.com/v/zaPb3R5YTo4

Science Channel Admits Microwaves Used in Mind Control

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaPb3R5YTo4&feature=player_embe... 

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/12/24/venturas-brain-invaders/    

The Report can be viewed here at the "Brain Invaders" Episode.  This Synthetic Telepathy Technology which is currently being used to torture aproximately 500,000 Targeted Individuals will be turned on the entire population. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diX94wudloM   

NASA scientist, Dr. Fred Bell and Inventor of StarWars Death Ray and Army Scientist on the same Program - John Hutchison Reveal the Microwave Directed Energy that is being used by the US Government to Murder Targeted Individuals.  Dr. Fred Bell was dead 48 hours after this interview with Jesse Ventura 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvn-8ITy0oc  

Agent  Barrie Trower of Great Britain's Royal Navy Confirms the Technology is being used to torture people by the US Government.  If this doesn't play it can be played here.  http://letsrollforums.com/microwave-warfare-interview-barrie-t28942... 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdB-tbzJSrk   

Barrie Trower again interviewed on the stealth torture capabilities being done by the US Government and other Government upon innocent Targeted Individuals in America and around the world.   If this doesn't play it can be played here on side panel embedded.

more videos: https://peacepink.ning.com/video
 
7.  diagnosis of schizophrenia and Mind control Weapons symptoms

Carole Smith is a member of The College of Psychoanalysts, and an accredited member of the United Kingdom Register of Psychotherapists. She trained at the Institute of Psychotherapy and Social Studies, and currently serves on their Ethics Committee.
https://peacepink.ning.com/forum/topics/yu-jing-shen-qin-hai-ji-shu-de

Moss David Posner, M.D. is a physician currently in practice in the California Department of Corrections. His article is about how to proof Mind Control Weapons and Directed Energy Weapons are using to torture and harass innocent civilians.
How to Control Americans—thought control mind control, disinformation and other naughty things-concl
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/viewArticle.asp?articleID...

Auditory hallucinations: a comparison between patients and nonpatients
https://peacepink.ning.com/profiles/blogs/auditory-hallucinations-a
 
8.  Laws and Supporting letters
Laws against mind control and electromagnetic weapons
https://peacepink.ning.com/profiles/blogs/laws-against-criminal-use...

A letter from Rep. Jim Guest
https://peacepink.ning.com/profiles/blogs/a-letter-from-rep-jim-guest

Lynn A Surgalla Former Vice-president of United States Psychotronics Association has written a letter to the court.
https://peacepink.ning.com/profiles/blogs/statements-of-lynn-a-surg...

 

9. The Facts and Evidences:

I was controlled by remote Voice to Skull technologies and Mind Control technologies, and I was brought inside US Embassy in Hong Kong

https://peacepink.ning.com/profiles/blogs/kidnapped-by-mind-control

Book Twelve Years in the Grave - Mind Control with Electromagnetic Spectrums, the Invisible Modern Concentration Camp”, authored by Soleilmavis Liu, provides the sound facts and evidence about the secret abuse and torture with remote voice-to-skull and electromagnetic mind control technologies.

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/soleilmavis

An anonymous Survey for Mind Control Victims (result on 19 Dec 2009)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Peacepink/message/2569

  
10. How can Mind Control Weapons and Electromagnetic weapons torture and harass Human Beings?

We can “see” by our eyes; we can “hear” by our ears; we can “smell” by our nose; we can “feel” by our skin. Sense organs receive many information everyday.

Electromagnetic weapons can directly stimulate our neurons to let us “see” “hear” “smell” or “feel” by our brain. Victims also feel that information is “transferring” to their brain.

I am not talking about the sounds around us, but the radio signal itself. We don't "hear" that signal as sounds or voices around us, but as sounds generated inside our heads by the signal.

They also can stimulate our neurons to cut off the connection between neurons and visual sense system; sense of hearing system; sense of smell system; or sense of feeling system, and let us can not “see’; can not “hear”; can not smell” or even can not “feel” pain.

If the electromagnetic weapon’s frequencies are same with our brainwaves frequencies, and both frequencies creative resonance, the electromagnetic weapons can affect our human activities.

Electromagnetic waves can reach everyone through satellite, Radio, TV or Mobile phone signal towers. (See this website to learn some knowledge of satellite surveillance)

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Combination of Directed Energy Weapons/Conducted Energy Weapons"
http://www.unidir.org/pdf/articles/pdf-art2217.pdf

Mind-control study gives mouse false memory

By Carolyn Y. Johnson | Globe Staff July 25, 2013

http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/science/2013/07/25/mit-scientists-p...  

The chamber illuminated with reddish light would have been familiar to the mouse — the laboratory animal had scurried before on its black cardboard floor and smelled the faint whiff of vinegar. The mouse froze. A series of electric foot shocks would be coming soon, as, the mouse remembered, had happened the last time.

But the shocks never came. The memory wasn’t real.

In a mind-control experiment that demonstrates the astonishing power of new neuroscience tools, Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers planted a false memory in the mind of a mouse using genetic techniques that allow them to trigger specific brain cells with light. The scientists were able to make the mouse recall something that had never occurred — having its foot painfully zapped when in the familiar red chamber — and react in fear exactly like it would have in response to a real memory.

Scientists hope the work, published Thursday in the journal Science, will lead to new insights into how memories are formed and help them probe the underpinnings of one of the most difficult and troubling aspects of human memory — its unreliability.

“We suspect and hypothesize this way of implanting false memories that was carried out with a mouse is actually something very similar [to what] is taking place during the formation of false human memory,” said Susumu Tonegawa, a Nobel laureate and MIT neuroscientist who led the research.

False memories have been notorious in the courtroom, with eyewitness accounts sending the wrong people to prison. They also infect our everyday lives; even vivid “flashbulb memories,” such as people’s recollections of the moment they learned about the attacks of 9/11, are less consistent over time than people believe, studies have found.

Scientists won’t start planting false memories in people, but they think that the ability to generate erroneous recollections in a laboratory animal might also elucidate something about psychiatric diseases such as schizophrenia, in which people experience vivid hallucinations that may be impossible to distinguish from reality.

The MIT experiments relied on a technique called optogenetics, which uses genetic manipulation and laser light to activate specific brain cells with remarkable precision. Because researchers can’t ask a mouse what’s on its mind, the researchers took advantage of a memory they could measure. When a mouse recalls and anticipates the unpleasant experience of receiving electric foot shocks, it freezes in place. In previous studies, researchers had already shown they could use light to trigger a fear memory. Now, they hoped to alter a memory itself.

The researchers first placed genetically engineered mice in the chamber with reddish light, a black cardboard floor, a triangular roof, and the odor of vinegar. As each mouse explored, viruses injected into a part of the brain involved in memory tagged active cells, inserting a gene that creates a protein that is sensitive to light.

A day later, the mice were put into a distinctly different chamber, suffused with the almond-like scent of benzaldehyde and with a metal grid floor. Fiber optic cables had been surgically implanted in the animals’ brains, and as they explored the second chamber, the researchers turned on a blue laser to flip on the cells that had been active when the mice were in the first room. They administered three, two-second-long foot shocks in succession.

Later, researchers put the mice back into the first chamber — the one in which they’d never been shocked. As the mice recalled the room, they froze in anticipation, showing they recalled a shock they’d never received in the room.

“If you think about it, in science fiction movies, if you ask a computer something, what happens? How do you know the computer is doing something? Lights start blinking in different patterns,” said Mark Mayford, an associate professor of molecular and cellular neuroscience at Scripps Research Institute, who was not involved in the current research. What’s being done in this paper, he said, is the reverse — instead of observing the pattern of brain activity when an animal observes something, researchers are turning on a pattern to conjure a thought in a mouse’s mind.

Tonegawa said he was intrigued by what appeared to be a competition between genuine and false memories. Mice that formed the false memory had a weaker response to being placed in the chamber where they were actually shocked than researchers expected.

The mouse mind is far simpler than the human one, but researchers who study false memory in people said the new work could provide a powerful way to probe what is happening at a cellular level in a way that is impossible in people, where it is technically and ethically not possible to do the same types of experiments.

In an e-mail, Daniel Schacter, a psychology professor at Harvard University, said that the hippocampus, the part of the brain where cells were turned on in the mouse experiments, has been linked to false memories in people and the new work is provocative.

“Although it is not clear how the false fear memory established in mice is related to false memory phenomena in humans, the possibility of having an animal model for exploring a particular kind of false memory associated with the hippocampus is exciting,” Schacter wrote.

Others said the technique used in this experiment could more broadly help scientists understand the brain — a quest that has captured the attention of no less than the White House, with a major initiative to map brain activity announced earlier this year.

“This paper presents stunning evidence for the exquisite specificity of microcircuits that produce memory,” MIT neuroscientist Ann Graybiel wrote in an e-mail. “This work is a landmark piece of science and has broad implications for understanding how we create memories and how we can recall them.”

Carolyn Y. Johnson can be reached at cjohnson@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @carolynyjohnson.

Mind Control: How EEG Devices Will Read Your Brain Waves And Change Your World

Posted: 11/20/2012 10:13 am EST Updated: 11/20/2012 10:20 am EST

True facts: Every time you have a thought or feeling, your brain produces weak but distinct electrical signals corresponding to that thought or feeling. Recording and deciphering those signals is called electroencephalography (EEG), and it has been medically possible since 1924. We've all seen what classical EEG devices look like: the electrode caps on the shaved heads, the gel dots and hundreds of tiny wires. Setup is labor intensive, the results are aesthetically unpleasing and the devices are incredibly uncomfortable to wear.

For Philip Low, a mathematician and biology student doing experiments with birds at the University of Chicago in 2007, the last of the complaints was particularly vexing. In a phone interview with The Huffington Post, Low talked about the problems he and other researchers faced trying to figure out if birds dreamed. There was evidence, he said, that birds "replayed songs in their heads" while they slept, but the results given by EEG devices were wildly unreliable. "The birds had to be drugged to sleep," said Low, in order to attach the electrodes. But the drugs interfered with the birds' sleep patterns, and Low’s results were thus inconclusive.

So Low set out to invent a new kind of EEG, one that would revolutionize mind reading -- a field that he's once again on the cusp of fundamentally changing five years later.

By 2009, Low had succeeded on his first invention, with "math so simple it could fit on a page." The algorithms he invented allowed researchers to collect electrical signals from bird brains using just a single electrode, a technique now called "single-channel EEG." They also allowed Low to graduate from the University of San Diego with a one-page thesis ("The shortest in the history of the university," he said.) and a 350-page appendix.

But by the end of the same year, Low was ready to move beyond birds. He wanted to build a single-channel device for humans. When he approached incredulous investors, though, he said he had "every door shut in my face."

"Tech people thought I was selling out, while CEOs thought I was a tech kid who couldn't run a company," he told HuffPost.

Nevertheless, Low took risks, applying for loans from as many banks as possible while maxing out every credit card in his name. The cash boost he received was enough to build a single-channel EEG device for humans (named the "iBrain" just before the iPhone came out) and a small company, "NeuroVigil," around it. Subsequently, Low gained some fame when it was revealed that he was assisting Stephen Hawking. But thus far, the devices he's produced have been "for medical and research use only," he said.

But Low wasn't alone in seeing the possibilities offered by single-channel EEG. In 2009, Australia-based hardware company Emotiv began producing $300 EEG-enabled gaming headsets under the brand name EPOC. Soon after, NeuroSky, a company claiming to make "bio-sensors for everybody," began producing emotion-reading, mind-controlled cat ears called "Necomimi" to sell at anime conventions. Now, even the scientific community that once deprecated Low is taking a look at his single-channel EEG -- and they've realized mind reading isn't just for research anymore. On the contrary, it can be used in a myriad of ways, both malicious and benign.

Mario Frank isn't a specialist in EEG. He told The Huffington Post via email that his research in Berkeley, Calif., is in computer hacking, including "key-logging, timing attacks, etc." Frank's research group, however, has an interest in the fact that commercial single-channel EEG devices "are becoming increasingly popular in the gaming and entertainment ... The group has produced a paper that looks at the developing EEG industry as currently defined by players like commercial EEG producer Emotiv.

Could these devices allow malicious hackers to gain access to our minds? Yes, according to some. By gaining access to the software used to record and analyze electrical signals picked up by the EEG, hackers could build "brain spyware" apps that could potentially trick users into offering up personal information, Gizmodo wrote in a story on mind-hacking. In email correspondence with The Huffington Post, Frank said he thinks EEG devices present an unique vector for cyberattacks.

"The experiments have demonstrated that an attacker with access to the raw EEG signal can guess secrets of the end-user significantly better compared with random guessing. This means that, once this technology is used by more people and once there are more apps written by third-party developers, there is the chance that malicious software attacks the user's privacy," Frank wrote.

But as malicious as mind reading may seem, EEG devices also have the power to enhance existing technologies that enable humanitarian endeavors. Christine King, a biomedical engineering student at the University of California at Irvine, recently built and tested mind-controlled robotic legs that could eventually succeed in restoring 'brain-controlled ambulation' to the paralyzed. In an email to The Huffington Post, King said she's optimistic about EEG devices' potential to "increase the independence and quality of life" of those with injuries that restrict mobility. The legs are currently in the earliest stages of development, confined to indoor treadmills and tested only on subjects who are not paralyzed, but the latest research from King’s team indicates that paralyzed testers may try the legs in the near future.

Low is hoping to speed up such medical advances with his newest product: a device the size of a U.S. quarter that he plans to release sometime next year. Low's "iBrain 3" will be the first FDA-approved EEG device on the market, which means it can be used for medical as well as recreational purposes. Low said his goal is to drive the cost of the product down to less than $100 in order to "have a lot of people using it." With all the applications the world has already found for EEG technology -- video games, computer games, painting, composing, mind-controlling cat ears, even letting people walk again -- a tiny EEG for under $100 may be just what it takes to make mind reading go mainstream.

But in that process, Low may be his own worst enemy. While he hopes to make the iBrain 3 commercially viable, Low insists that he doesn't want it used for "some gizmo for people to buy at Christmas." Low hopes the product will be used as a tool for serious medical research, he said. However, he plans to make the API for the iBrain 3 public -- which means he won't be able to control what "gizmos" people make for the single-channel device after NeuroVigil begins to sell it.

And with the advent of single-channel EEG, the "gizmos" are becoming ever-more common. Remember Neurowear's "Shippo" tail that reads your thoughts? How about DARPA's mind reading, enemy-spotting binoculars? With EEG now simpler than ever, these devices are just the beginning.

 

The Frightening New Mind Control Technology That Can Hack Your Brain

Brain-to-Brain Interface: Harvard Innovation Allows Humans To Control Animals Using Their Mind [VIDEO]

The brain-to-brain interface uses a computer that "understands" and translates brain activity — and in early tests allowed humans to control the movement of a rat's tail just using their mind. http://www.medicaldaily.com/articles/17986/20130731/brain-interface...  

By John Ericson | Jul 31, 2013 10:11 PM EDT

What if a brain-to-brain interface could let you control someone else?

 
(Photo : delta_avi_delta / Creative Commons) Bain-to-brain interface establishes a link between two minds.

Scientists at Harvard University have created the first non-invasive brain-to-brain interface, allowing a human to control the tail of a rat simply by thinking the appropriate thought. ExtremeTech reports that the technology is represents the first step to a functioning, telepathic link between two human brains — a future innovation that could alter the very definition of communication

Their findings are published in the journal PLoS One.

The new technology builds on previous research in brain/computer interfaces, where a computer records activity within the brain and translates it into discrete thoughts and motor patterns. While scientists are still far from understanding the brain's complex coding methods, they can determine which cerebral region is responsible for a given action. In other words, by targeting a specific area, scientists can jerk your fingers around — however, they can't maneuver them in a controlled manner. At least not yet.

The new brain-to-brain interface extends this technology to involve a second subject: a rat, fitted with a focused ultrasound computer brain interface (FUS) that allows for targeted stimulation of brain regions. A human wearing a similar interface is then asked to observe a specific, complex visual pattern displayed on a screen. The computer recognizes the human brain's response to the video, and sends a signal that causes the rat's tail to move.

"Our results demonstrate the feasibility of a computer-mediated BBI that links central neural functions between two biological entities, which may confer unexplored opportunities in the study of neuroscience with potential implications for therapeutic applications," the researchers write, suggesting a future where brain-to-brain links may improve the lives of people with disabilities, neurodegenerative disorders, and brain damage.

Perhaps it's time to start worrying about mind control? Check out the video below and decide for yourself.

Source: Yoo S-S, Kim H, Filandrianos E, Taghados SJ, Park S (2013) Non-Invasive Brain-to-Brain Interface (BBI): Establishing Functional Links between Two Brains. PLoS ONE 8(4): e60410. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060410

Can We Foresee The Dangers Of Messing With Memory?



August 01, 2013 9:45 AM

You may have heard about last week's announcement that scientists implanted false memories in laboratory mice. The paper, published by Nobel Laureate Susumu Tonegawa and co-authors in the journal Science, explains how mice were caused to "remember" a scary an environment that was actually neutral.

Here's the procedure in a nutshell: Hippocampus neurons of mice firing to make memories in a non-scary environment were labeled, then activated with light when the animals were put into a second, different environment. In this second location, during the neurons' forced activation — when the act of remembering the first environment was underway — the mice received mild foot shocks.

The BBC reports:

Later when the mouse was put back into the first environment, it showed behavioural signs of fear, indicating it had formed a false fear memory for the first environment, where it was never shocked in reality.

This is a significant development in neuroscience, though clearly aversive for the mice. But I want to wander a bit afield from the empirical work itself, and consider some of its potential implications for our own species.

Scientists have known for a long time that human memory is both unreliable and reconstructive, that is, we modify our memories heavily as we revisit them. But why would evolution have allowed the brain to be built in such a way? What's the benefit?

Speaking to the The New York Times, study scientist Tonegawa speculated that the benefit may have to do with the creativity that underlies human artistic and scientific endeavors, which depends on thinking freely about both real and imagined events. This thought makes sense to a biological anthropologist like me.

Of course, other animals may think, and may imagine. We know that wild and captive chimpanzees play games of imagination, for instance, and that traumatized elephants may dream, apparently re-living nightmarish events that are not happening in present time.

During human evolution, though, the ability for creativity of this sort soared to unprecedented levels. All cultures routinely spin yarns to each other, creating worlds of fiction through story telling by way of a dynamic social process that emerges from interactions with relatives, friends, rivals, allies and more. As someone who works intensively with evidence of thinking and feeling in non-human animals, I know this unprecedented ability of ours doesn't make us somehow superior creatures — nor of course does it make us more evolved. It does make us different.

But will this special brand of creativity, coupled with modern scientific advances, tumble us into uncharted ethical waters faster than anyone has realized? Steve Ramirez, a co-author on the Science paper, and Mark Mayford, a neuroscientist who works with memory, hinted as much in an interview last week for NPR's Science Friday.

Using techniques grounded in the rodent false-memory work, they suggest, we may soon be able to alter the emotional valence of human PTSD-like memories, or even significantly reconfigure the stuff of human mood disorders.

It's clear to me that memories, though, don't live on only in our brains. Just as our story telling and the making of new worlds emerge in a rich social dynamic, so does the process of altering our memories by revisiting them. It is as we talk, laugh, revisit the past, argue and tell jokes with others that our memories alter. And as they alter, might not the ongoing interactions and relationships sometimes alter too?

As my 13.7 co-blogger Alva Noë wrote here last month, it's not our brains that make meaning — it's we ourselves, fully embedded in our social networks:

How could brains make meaning? They can't ... . Our brains carry information and significance only thanks to the way they, and we, are embedded in complex causal networks.

We like to think that our thoughts are inside. We reveal them to others by making them external in the form of action, words, writings, messages and the like. That's all well and good for describing ordinary life. We can keep secrets. We can publicize our deepest yearnings.

But actually, there is no inside. Or rather, use any device you like — from the scalpel to the brain scan — and you won't find meaning, significance, value, in the head ... . The very inside/outside distinction breaks down.

And so, what would happen — or might happen — when a scientific team tweaks the emotional valence of a memory for another person? There's an irony here: As good as our brains are at imagining new worlds, are they good enough? Can we foresee the potentially cascading effects of making a stressful memory a bit less stressful, or of extinguishing a nasty memory altogether?

This is what my brain wonders today.


Barbara's most recent book is How Animals Grieve. You can up with what she is thinking on Twitter: @bjkingape

Science of the Times: Mind control fan? Read this immediately

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You know what’s been on my mind recently? Other people’s minds. Specifically, how to control them. Oh, not for nefarious purposes of course. Just, you know, to do my bidding and such.

Thankfully, researchers at Harvard University are working diligently to make that dream — and, by extension, the one about world conquest — a reality.

The Internets have been all atwitter this week about a recent experiment that allowed a human being to remotely control the motor center of a rat’s brain and flick its tail. Big deal, right? We’ve been doing that for decades. But here’s the thing: Now we can do it using only our minds, without cracking the poor thing’s skull open and sticking a bunch of colorful, candy-like wires in there.

Stay with me here, because there are a lot of acronyms involved. Basically, the human wears an electroencephalograph (EEG) brain-computer interface (BCI) headband (a la Richard Simmons circa the 1980s) that transmits a signal to a focused ultrasound (FUS) computer-brain interface (CBI) pointed at a rat brain.

Now, computer-brain interfaces are tricky, because we don’t really know yet how neurons tell the brain to think of a specific sonnet, or tie shoelaces or be an unwitting pawn in a global credit card fraud scheme (for example).

But we can excite bunches of neurons responsible for things like motor control and make limbs flop about (a la Richard Simmons circa “Dancing with the Stars”). I mean, we probably aren’t going to be programming any Charlie Daniels solos or teaching Keanu kung fu any time soon, but we can do the “this is my shootin’ hand” gag from “Blazing Saddles.”

The interesting/terrifying/potentially villainous thing about this experiment is that the FUS, for the first time, allows those neurons to be excited remotely using an ultrasound beam. Those of you who dozed off back in the acronym paragraph should probably wake up now, because this is Professor X level stuff we’re talking about. Granted, I might not be able to execute any of the mind-control pranks I spent my childhood devising while reading “X-Men” comics, but if I can point a focused beam at your hypothalamus and think, “Go kablooey,” that’s it for you.

Don’t go cleaning the supermarket out of tinfoil for your stylish (yet understated) hat collection just yet, though. We haven’t even gotten to active commands, really. This experiment did not have the human actively thinking, “Rat tail! Do my bidding and TWITCH!” followed by a supreme sense of grandeur. That would have been awesome (doubly so if the experiment was conducted in a castle during a thunderstorm), but alas, the test subject didn’t really do anything at all aside from sit there and be a conduit.

Researchers basically plopped a dude down in front of a computer screen, slapped the EEG band on his head and showed him a series of flashing circles. Whenever a specific pattern flashed on the screen, the BCI told its sister device on the rat to fire the ultrasound, making the tail move.

In theory, that control could be assumed by the human, but this is obviously still in the very beginning stages. There is a long way to go before Lobot starts telepathically controlling Cloud City.

Next, I’m sure, will come more complex rat commands, like “move left” or “attack your human captors.” Then we can try the tech out on humans — which, I guarantee you, will have hilarious results.

But the reported 94 percent success rate in this experiment is promising. So promising, in fact, that the Pentagon is probably tripping over itself to fund further research. Not that I can blame them. I mean, mind control is like the golden chalice of warfare, and who wouldn’t want to live in a William Gibson novel?

Dystopian future, ahoy!

Alex Rose covers the Delaware County Courthouse for the Daily Times. Follow him on Twitter at @arosedelco. Check out his blog at delcoscience.blogspot.com. Email him at delcoscience@gmail.com. His column appears every Tuesday.

 

Secret DARPA Mind Control Project Revealed: Leaked Document

Activist Post July 31, 2013

Secret DARPA Mind Control Project Revealed: Leaked Document

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/07/secret-darpa-mind-control-proje...
Whistleblower Reveals Military Mind Control Project At Major University

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What if the government could change people's moral beliefs or stop political dissent through remote control of people's brains?

Sounds like science fiction, right? Well, a leaked document reveals that the US government, through DARPA research, is very close to accomplishing this.

Activist Post was recently contacted by an anonymous whistleblower who worked on a secret ongoing mind-control project for DARPA. The aim of the program is to remotely disrupt political dissent and extremism by employing "Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation" (TMS) in tandem with sophisticated propaganda based on this technology. TMS stimulates the temporal lobe of the brain with electromagnetic fields.

The program, conducted by The Center for Strategic Communication, is based at Arizona State University. The DARPA funding for this project can be confirmed on the ASU website here. The head of the project, Steve Corman, has worked extensively in the area of strategic communication as it applies to terrorism and "extremism" - or what could be called "the war of ideas."

Corman's  latest project Narrating The Exit From Afghanistan and his many presentations make it quite obvious that the mission is to shape the narrative and literally change people's minds. Lest one believe it will be contained to overseas extremists, we should keep in mind that the word extremist is increasingly used domestically. The dissenters of yesterday could easily become the terrorist sympathizers and supporters of political violence tomorrow.

This DARPA research brings about many ethical questions and dilemmas. Mainly, this research aims to literally induce or disrupt the operation of narratives within the brain. In other words, this research aims to stop individuals from thinking certain thoughts and make others believe things they normally would not believe. This research has tremendous interrogation possibilities and could potentially be used to more successfully spread propaganda or stop political upheaval to an unsuspecting public.

This research is being conducted by The Center for Strategic Communication at ASU and is entitled “Toward Narrative Disruptors and Inductors: Mapping the Narrative C...  A detailed overview of the project can be found in the document below. Highlights include:
  • In phase 3 of the research, the research group will “selectively alter aspects of narrative structure and brain functions via Transcranial Magnetic Simulation (TMS) to induce or disrupt selected features of narrative processing.” (Page 16, emphasis added) 
TMS is a very powerful tool used to impair the brain functioning of individuals. See the videos below for a brief demonstration of the effects of TMS.
  • Once the research group determines which parts of the brain are associated with cognitive reasoning and narrative comprehension, they will be attempt to impair those sections in order to “create a fundamental basis for understanding how to disrupt or enhance aspects of narrative structure and/or brain functioning to minimize or maximize persuasive effects on subject proclivity to engage in political violence.” (Page 23) 
  • Once it is determined that disruption of certain portions of the brain can enhance persuasive messaging, individuals can be persuaded to do things they normally would not do and believe things they normally would not believe. This could include something as simple as telling a closely guarded secret, to believing in government propaganda, or even committing a violent act. The group writes on page 26, “once we have produced a narrative comprehension model [i.e., how individuals comprehend stories and persuasive messages], end users [aka the government] will understand how to activate known neural networks (e.g., working memory or attention) and positive behavioral outcome (e.g., nonviolent actions) nodes with strategic communication messages as a means to reduce incidences of political violence in contested populations.” The group will investigate “possibilities for literally disrupting the activity of the NCN [narrative comprehension network] through Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.” (page 30) [text added] 
  • The group is so confident that they will be able to induce or disrupt the operations of narratives in the brain, that they say on page 26 that the research “offers the capability to induce or disrupt the operation of narratives in the brain, and develops the capability to induce narrative validity [i.e., the believability of a particular narrative/message], transportation [i.e., the ability to be engaged by a narrative], and integration [i.e., associating a particular narrative with a larger, more culturally specific narrative] with certainty.” [text added]
  • The group gives the following example of this projects usefulness: “If it is the case that activation in one particular neural network enables people to connect personal narrative to master narratives [i.e., cultural narratives], by disrupting activity in that brain area, we should be able to selectively impair that specific aspect of narrative processing while holding other meaning making processes constant, effectively creating a ‘narrative disruptor.’ Not only would this be an important finding in the science of neural networks and narrative persuasion, but would also have considerably practical and strategic importance.” (page 40) [text added]
Essentially, the research aims to literally disrupt how people think and comprehend ideas and messages.
  • Further, and perhaps even more terrifying, on page 40, the group writes, “Mechanical disruptions of narrative processing may be, ultimately, replicated in through targeted strategic communication campaigns that approximate the narrative disruptions induced via magnetic stimulation.” So, after figuring out which parts of the brain are activated by particular persuasive messages and propaganda, the government can test out messages that only activate particular portions of the brain and not others, in order to persuade individuals to believe or not believe something. Essentially, they are attempting to modify brain functioning without TMS, and only words. One can only imagine the strategies the government could use with this technology. They could make the public believe almost anything that suits their needs. It could literally lead to mass brainwashing. 
But what does this mean, practically? It means that if this research succeeds, the government will be able to modify how one personally thinks. They could strap you in a chair, put a machine to your head, turn off parts of your brain, introduce a persuasive message, and make you believe it.

Further, through extensive research, they may be able to replicate the machine’s brain disrupting functioning simply through carefully crafted and researched persuasive messages and propaganda. They can use brain imaging to determine which portions of the brain are activated when a particular message is presented to an individual, and if the “right” portions are activated, they know the message will circumvent one’s mental reasoning and lead to almost automatic acceptance. With enough data, the government could spread propaganda through the media that people will almost automatically believe, whether it is true or not.

In terms of interrogation possibilities, Transcranical Magnetic Stimulation can be forced upon individuals to make them believe certain things, say certain things, and perhaps admit to acts they did not actually commit (as the TMS can induce narrative validity), or commit acts they normally would not commit.

The government is literally trying to brainwash the public. This is not science fiction. Technology has made it possible to induce and disrupt cognitive functioning in individuals. In the future, your thoughts may not be your own, but ones that have been implanted into your brain through exceedingly successful and validated propaganda.

Meeting notes indicate concern about how the project will be perceived, particularly the focus on the Christian/Muslim element.

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TAdditional information

In 2002 
The Economist noted that neuroscience would be the future of mind control. Well, now we're evidently here...BRAIN Project, as well as a $1.3 billion commitment from Europe. The human brain is seen as the final frontier, and is being explored from every angle conceivable.
The above investments are openly discussed. The same is true for the National Nanotechnology Initiative 2011 Strategic Plan. This 60-page document lays out a projected future "to understand and control matter" for the management of every facet of human life in the areas of environment, health and safety. Twenty-five U.S. Federal agencies are participating. 
Concurrently, there is heavy military funding through agencies such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). This raises the question of transparency when a "black budget" often justifies total secrecy in the name of national security. 
Advancements in neuroscience are coming at an exponential rate, as each day seems to headline a new breakthrough. For example, it recently has been announced that: 
These are mainstream announcements and can no longer be dismissed as conspiracy theory.

For now, there appears to be a lot of parsing of words within the ASU project to stress that this is about "persuasion" not "influence" which can be seen in the meeting notes. It's also repeatedly mentioned that there is not a desire to organically change the brain itself, but to focus on the story being told and how to properly disseminate information -- propaganda, in other words.  Finally, there is the troubling note about focusing on the Christian/Muslim narrative as exemplary of the extremism which needs to be reprogrammed.

Given what we know about the other military research into direct mind control, any benign assertions of this project at ASU must be called into question. The fact that members of this group were divided into teams red and blue to construct arguments for and against if word were to get out to "activists" and the public is additionally troubling.

If we combine all of this information with other releases about The Pentagon's work with "narrative networks," reported on by the BBC, it becomes clear that now is the time to discuss ethics, as no one in the scientific and military communities seems eager to bring possible attacks on our free will to the forefront.

Will you take the red pill or the blue pill? We would love to hear your thoughts about what has been revealed. Activist Post would also like to call on all experts in this field of research and/or other whistleblowers to come forward and bring out into the open what is being covered up. This technology could affect us all.

NOTE: An e-mail sent to the program director at ASU requesting comments on this research did not receive a response.

Other important research links:

 
"The God Helmet.": The effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation were directly observed by a Wired magazine reporter.

http://calhoun.nps.edu/public/bitstream/handle/10945/13759/Deterrin...

http://futureofstorytelling.org/

http://www.nsiteam.com/pubs/U_Neurobiology of Political Violence - ...

http://narrative.csail.mit.edu/ws12/proceedings.pdf

http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2012/05/darpa-launches-de...

http://groups.csail.mit.edu/genesis/papers/Finlayson 2011.pdf

DD: Narrative Science Creates Automated News Stories
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWU7WFhZFS4

RELATED:
DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome

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Activist Post Hereoward Narrative Disruptors and Inductors: Mapping the Narrative Comprehension Network and its Persuasive E...
 Additional information

In 2002 The Economist noted that neuroscience would be the future of mind control. Well, now we're evidently here. This area of study has received $100 million in funding via Obama's ten-year BRAIN Project, as well as a $1.3 billion commitment from Europe. The human brain is seen as the final frontier, and is being explored from every angle conceivable.
The above investments are openly discussed. The same is true for the National Nanotechnology Initiative 2011 Strategic Plan. This 60-page document lays out a projected future "to understand and control matter" for the management of every facet of human life in the areas of environment, health and safety. Twenty-five U.S. Federal agencies are participating. 
Concurrently, there is heavy military funding through agencies such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). This raises the question of transparency when a "black budget" often justifies total secrecy in the name of national security. 
Advancements in neuroscience are coming at an exponential rate, as each day seems to headline a new breakthrough. For example, it recently has been announced that: 
These are mainstream announcements and can no longer be dismissed as conspiracy theory.

For now, there appears to be a lot of parsing of words within the ASU project to stress that this is about "persuasion" not "influence" which can be seen in the meeting notes. It's also repeatedly mentioned that there is not a desire to organically change the brain itself, but to focus on the story being told and how to properly disseminate information -- propaganda, in other words.  Finally, there is the troubling note about focusing on the Christian/Muslim narrative as exemplary of the extremism which needs to be reprogrammed.

Given what we know about the other military research into direct mind control, any benign assertions of this project at ASU must be called into question. The fact that members of this group were divided into teams red and blue to construct arguments for and against if word were to get out to "activists" and the public is additionally troubling.

If we combine all of this information with other releases about The Pentagon's work with "narrative networks," reported on by the BBC, it becomes clear that now is the time to discuss ethics, as no one in the scientific and military communities seems eager to bring possible attacks on our free will to the forefront.

Will you take the red pill or the blue pill? We would love to hear your thoughts about what has been revealed. Activist Post would also like to call on all experts in this field of research and/or other whistleblowers to come forward and bring out into the open what is being covered up. This technology could affect us all.

NOTE: An e-mail sent to the program director at ASU requesting comments on this research did not receive a response.

Other important research links:

 "The God Helmet.": The effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation were directly observed by a Wired magazine reporter.

http://calhoun.nps.edu/public/bitstream/handle/10945/13759/Deterrin...

http://futureofstorytelling.org/

http://www.nsiteam.com/pubs/U_Neurobiology of Political Violence - ...

http://narrative.csail.mit.edu/ws12/proceedings.pdf

http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2012/05/darpa-launches-de...

http://groups.csail.mit.edu/genesis/papers/Finlayson 2011.pdf

DD: Narrative Science Creates Automated News Stories
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWU7WFhZFS4

RELATED:
DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome

Read other articles by Activist Post Here
 

Please also look at the below site....we need to send all cases to these prominent influential attorneys and the parliamentarians that are addressing these crimes.....show them what they are doing to  us Tis civilians this is imperative.......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxLxo4QpS8o&feature=youtu.be

 

Jillian Assange ...???? 

Hi dear folks......how has your day been just a little knowledge about our mobile phones ....interesting

http://kyeos.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/warning-if-you-take-photos-wi...

This program is part of the popular series from the History Channel that investigates some of civilization's unsolved mysteries and controversies. This episode goes deep inside the American government's intelligence operations to investigate its secret studies and experiments in mind control. Much information was gleaned from documents accessed under the Freedom of Information Act. An interview with John Marks, author of In Search of the Manchurian Candidate, adds many facts that he believes the government does not want its citizens to know. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

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