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Synthetic telepathy.
A new medical digital imaging technology with advanced lie detector. 2009.01.01

This is information referring to U.S. Government developing "Synthetic telepathy"[]

Neuroscientist’s institutes in Sweden is developing a new era of global access mind reading and mind control technologies.
"Synthetic telepathy" is a two-way communication channel between a computer and the brain (Brain interface) Synthetic telepathy can be used for telemetric heath control and health care as well as a government tool for mind control.
Neuro scientists in many countries says they are afraid of these new technologies and are asking for an ethic debate before it is too late. They point out that the risk for abuse is big.

The Kingdom of Sweden has together with the Government of the United States of America an agreement for a co-operation developing products for "Home land security systems" [].
Synthetic telepathy is part of a medical imaging technology that is developed under the name of "home land security systems".

Sweden’s role in "home land security systems" is obvious; it is due to Sweden’s superior knowledge of nano technology, advanced radar technology, optical sensor technology.
Sweden also has traditions and knowledge from developing and manufacturing weapons, for example through the companies Saab and Bofors.

Stockholm Brain Institute consisting of 10 neuro scientist teams [] has developed a "medical imaging" technology including "Synthetic telepathy".

I myself have been working for FOI the Swedish Defense Research Agency, [] department of defense and security, systems and technology.
I worked with complex technical systems for today’s requirement in both the military and civilian spheres.
When I was informed about the synthetic telepathy and Stockholm Brain Institute, I for ethical reasons decided to withdraw from all government projects and instead share this information to stop the victims from suffering.

Microwave imaging technology.
Sweden uses their leading technology in a ground to satellite "computer-microwave-sensor-camera"
(the camera is more known for over viewing climate changes).
The "computer microwave sensor camera" is for over viewing "mobile objects" equipped with advanced biometric body and face identification software and a GPS function for locating the object.
For indoor environments the camera uses an "indoor radar system" [][]

The camera is the start up tool for identification and to give the computer a vocabulary for opening a dialog with the object.
The initializing process is to acoustically (bug) record the objects spoken language while the camera takes pictures of the brain patterns.
After the initializing process the computer switches to an expert system.[]
This software mathematically calculates and learns the rest of the objects thought patterns.
In a further step even neurons can be identified with a low energy system called "signal stakeout".

The "computer microwave sensor camera" has a function similar to FMRI cameras (functional magnetic resonance imaging).
The camera is an active multi sensor camera with a mix of light and sound frequencies ( frequencies are patented).
The camera is the active part in a radar system.
The system uses several passive optical sensors as receivers.
The system beams an amplifying signal to the objects head (or other part of the body that should be imaged).
The beam frequency penetrates buildings and walls of concrete but has a frequency range that also can extract pictures of what is behind.

The system creates a totally new range of possibilities to get long distance imaging/monitoring of patterns.
It can be used portable by hand, or fixed to overview a specific area used in an unmanned vessel or being linked via a short distance satellite.
This tool can also bug all kind of buildings, cars, flights etc.
It can be equipped with other software and be used as an indoor radar system to measure and make drawings of all types of buildings..

The system penetrates human skin and tissue to read brain patterns without causing any injury.
The sensor cameras antenna is adjusted close to the object.
It learns and records patterns of thoughts by giving them a resonance similar to vocal chords and the patterns used with speech..
The recorded patterns are then converted to a digital format (1/0).
The system can "speak" to the object with synthetic voices that only the specific addressed target/object can hear.
Microwave camera is developed by GigaHertz Centrum []

The "access to brain"- technology can be used in medical health-care for measuring oxygen in brain blood flow, sensors can detect a hazard and send an alarm before a stroke appears.
It can also be used as a guidance system, e.g. for blind people.
The same microwave imaging technology can with alternative software identify oxygen flow patterns and learn computers to use the information for mind reading.
This new technology is capable to detect and map even human feelings.
"Synthetic telepathy" of course includes an advanced software for lie detecting, already used in Sweden outside the juridical system.

During the developing time of "synthetic telepathy" Stockholm Brain Institute/Professor Anders Lanser, Head of Department computational biology and neuro computing [] and Professor Martin Ingvar [] has taken the opportunity to record brain activity / thoughts and speech of several "victims" for many years. ( people used as guinea-pigs without their permission )
The tool for this mapping is the IBM supercomputer Blue Gene equipped with an enormous RAM capacity.

The torture methods used in "Synthetic Telepathy.
Victims are supposed to get a mental break down and be placed inside the psychiatric health care due to psychic disease related to "hearing voices".
Inside the health care system neuroscientist continue to register the effects of different types of drugs by measuring differences in mental status through speech and thoughts, when the medicated patient tries to get rid of the voices in their head (voices created by synthetic telepathy).
Mental status such as aggressively, social behavior, sleeping habits etc
This allows AstraZeneca (as part of SBI) to develop a new generation of psychoactive drugs.
In my opinion this is advanced torture.
Swedish neuroscientists are through the use of synthetic telepathy breaking the law of human rights.

Swedish Universities has for many years been working with part of this information channel, described as imagining project for a low energy system in telemetric health care.
Sweden’s health care system is already known as one of the best in the world, with this new technology the expenses will be lowered and it will be a great export product for Sweden.

Politics about "Synthetic telepathy".
U.S Government has tried to force the Swedish government and citizens to accept the FRA law. [] Synthetic telepathy is a dangerous government weapon together with the FRA law.
Sweden with Telia Sonera is probably used as a anode for the U.S government to control information flow in and out of Russia.
The Swedish FRA-law is a joint venture and makes Sweden a part of the global over viewing net Echelon. [].

Global access in all environments is the goal for Synthetic telepathy" in it’s new shape.
Several thousand people in banks, business, politics, police etc has during developing of synthetic telepathy been "bugged" by talking with the "work shops"(victims/guinea pigs) who’s thoughts has been read.
Businessmen in Norway, China, Russia and Japan has for the last couple of years been "bugged" the same way.
Swedish neuro scientists has by that drastically injured Sweden’s position as a neutral country.
Does the Swedish ministry of defense know?

This all means that under all circumstances Sweden’s Prime minister Mr. Fredrik Reinfeldt and Sweden’s ministry of foreign Mr. Carl Bildt is responsible for bugging thousands of people all over the world through synthetic telepathy.
Are they aware of that?

Finances! The Swedish Goverment mainly finances Stockholm Brain Institute.
Stockholm Brain Institute is manly consisting of Karolinska Institute, Royal Institute of technology, Stockholm’s University, IBM, AstraZeneca, Cogmed, Telia Sonera.

Director of Stockholm Brain Institute is Professor Hans Forssberg []

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advanced torture it is!

it's like their last ditch effort to rule and dominate the world
after this "they got nothing" so they DESPERATELY need to confuse the issue, deny and lie about it.

reading a transcript of Don Rumsfeld (overseer of DARPANet, HAARP, former Defense Secretary under GWBush)
is like reading the words of someone addicted to DENIAL.

that link is to the videos at that come up when "synthetic telepathy" is the search word

good news: SAYS that they are printing part one of my rewrite of "Synthetic Telepathy: The Early Mind Wars" on paper in the street. I might have a copy waiting for me at the shelter...
the title is "Psychotronic For The People. Pt. 1" -- about Russia/USSR and their research in the late 1960s...
In this post we will begin a closer examination of U.S. Air Force mind control operations. Why Air Force? And why start with a focus on the Air Force Space Command? For several reasons:

The U.S. Air Force imported dozens of Luftwaffe scientists during the 1940s and 1950s under Operation Paperclip
Many of these Nazi scientists worked at the School of Aviation Medicine near Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX during the 1950s, conducting (among other things) pilot stress tests, experiments in radiobiology and Human Radiation Experiments
Hubertus Strughold, a Nazi doctor who worked at SAM, went on to work for NASA, developing remote telemetry sensors that could monitor the vital signs of astronauts travelling to the Moon --a mind-boggling feat of precision that suggests remote neural monitoring is indeed quite possible
Today, SAM and the Human Effects Center of Excellence (HECOE) at Brooks Air Force Base help the Air Force Research Laboratory test its next generation of non-lethal weapons, including lasers, masers and microwave weapons used for crowd control
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has done extensive research into microwave hearing and voice-to-skull devices, according to a Washington Post article on voice hearers at this link:
AFRL is also one of the main sponsors of HAARP, a huge antenna farm near Fairbanks, AK, that is reportedly broadcasting in the 8-12 MHz (brainwave) range, and capable of delivering signals to almost any point on the globe
HAARP is technically part of the Air Force's Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, designed to detect missile launches coming from Russia
HAARP therefore falls under the direct command and control of NORAD, the U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) and the U.S. Space Command in Colorado Springs, CO
US Space Command also operates spy satellites for several other agencies of the Department of Defense, including the NSA, NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office, and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
No matter how one slices the pie, the hub of all "artificial telepathy" operations appears to be the Air Force Space Command (AFSC), headquartered at Peterson Air Force Base, just south of Colorado Springs, CO.

It's the "mission control"center where rocket scientists, AFRL, HAARP, spy satellites, radar dishes, microwave towers, beam weapons, human experimentation and spooky intelligence agencies like NSA, NRO and DIA all come together.

An Alarming Shift of Focus

During the Cold War, the Air Force used most of its surveillance gear to guard against nuclear missile attacks from Russia. Since the Gulf War of 1991, however, the mission of NORAD and the Air Force Space Command has shifted. See the Mission Statement for NORTHCOM (which is also headquartered at Peterson AFB) here:

As the Wikipedia article at the link above indicates,

"USNORTHCOM has become the object of concern among civil libertarians and others that it could be used to implement martial law in the United States during an actual or perceived emergency.[2] The Military Commissions Act of 2006 effectively nullifies most restrictions placed on the military to support civilian administration by the Posse Comitatus Act, while the John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 H.R. 5122 (2006) effectively nullifies the limits of the The Insurrection Act [3].

"Beginning Oct. 1, 2008, the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team will be assigned to U.S. Northern Command, marking the first time an active unit has been given a dedicated assignment to Northern Command."

More importantly, it may be the first time in recent history that an active armored brigade of the United States military has been specifically tasked to suppress dissent among Unites States civilians.

"The force will be known for the first year as a CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force, and will serve as an on-call federal response force for terrorist attacks and other natural or manmade emergencies and disasters.[4]. On 1 Dec 2008 The Pentagon ordered 20,000 troops to patrol streets of USA by 2011[5]"

For more information, see this article on Operation Garden Plot, a plan for military control of the United States during times of civil disturbance. The master plan for martial law clearly puts control into the hands of commanders at NORTHCOM:

The commanders at NORTHCOM, meanwhile, do not seem to be content with spy satellites that provide "Google Maps" in real time. Sure, the telescopes show people walking around like ants on city streets, but what good is that? What good is watching people if you have no idea how to tell the good ones from the bad ones?

What the generals at NORTHCOM and Space Command want is a domestic surveillance system that provides Total Information Awareness. They want to get inside the target's phone calls and email. They want to get inside the target's bank accounts and spending patterns. They want to get inside the target's family network, social network, business network.

They want to get inside the target's head.

To do all this, they are hooking their space satellites to the massive data-mining programs run by NSA (see the last post). They are paying scientists at UC-Irvine and dozens of other brain labs to show them how they can monitor and read the subtle "electronic signals intelligence" that goes on inside a person's brain (see the links at left). And they are putting together an electronic surveillance system so powerful that no human can escape its watchful, infrared eyes.

The result is a surveillance society that is rapidly growing to be every bit as nighmarish as the fictional version presented in The Matrix.

To fully grasp the size, scope, and amazing power of the AFSC's world-wide surveillance network, it helps to start with the big picture. Here's an overview.


The Air Force Space Command employs approximately 40,000 people, including 25,400 active-duty military and civilians, and 14,000 contractor employees. See the Wikipedia article here:


AFSPC has four primary mission areas:

1. Space forces support "involves launching satellites and other high-value payloads into space using a variety of expendable launch vehicles and operating those satellites once in the medium of space. " Translation: Like NASA, the Space Command builds rockets and oversees construction of the highly sophisticated spy satellites, telescopes and beam weapons put into orbit by the Department of Defense.

2. Space control "ensures friendly use of space through the conduct of counterspace operations encompassing surveillance, negation, and protection." Translation: They build space weapons and zappers that can take out enemy missiles. They target enemy launch sites. And they have a license to monitor any and all enemies, terrorists or "suspicious civilians" who may be lurking around their own facilities. In fact, a rather broad definition of "space control" might involve controlling, um, your back yard. Or even the space between your ears.

3. Force enhancement "provides weather, communications, intelligence, missile warning, and navigation. Force enhancement is support to the warfighter. " Translation: They supply weather reports, mapping and GPS service to their buddies on the ground. They supply phone and secure communication service through communication satellites. And sometimes they share some of the fun "intelligence" stuff their telescopes and sensors snorfed up from, um, your back yard.

4. Force application "involves maintaining and operating a rapid response, land-based ICBM force as the Air Force's only on-alert strategic deterrent." Translation: Despite the apparent end of the Cold War, they remain ready to launch nuclear missiles and obliterate entire cities (millions of people) at a moment's notice. One can only speculate what their target list includes these days.


Peterson Air Force Base is the central HQ for the Space Command.
Scientists to study synthetic telepathy

Researchers get grant to develop communication system based on thoughts, not speech

Irvine, Calif., August 13, 2008
A team of UC Irvine scientists has been awarded a $4 million grant from the U.S. Army Research Office to study the neuroscientific and signal-processing foundations of synthetic telepathy.

The research could lead to a communication system that would benefit soldiers on the battlefield and paralysis and stroke patients, according to lead researcher Michael D’Zmura, chair of the UCI Department of Cognitive Sciences.

“Thanks to this generous grant we can work with experts in automatic speech recognition and in brain imaging at other universities to research a brain-computer interface with applications in military, medical and commercial settings,” D’Zmura says.

The brain-computer interface would use a noninvasive brain imaging technology like electroencephalography to let people communicate thoughts to each other. For example, a soldier would “think” a message to be transmitted and a computer-based speech recognition system would decode the EEG signals. The decoded thoughts, in essence translated brain waves, are transmitted using a system that points in the direction of the intended target.

“Such a system would require extensive training for anyone using it to send and receive messages,” D’Zmura says. Initially, communication would be based on a limited set of words or phrases that are recognized by the system; it would involve more complex language and speech as the technology is developed further.”
Pentagon Preps Soldier Telepathy Push
By Katie Drummond May 14, 2009 | 10:46 am | Categories: Army and Marines, DarpaWatch, Science!

Forget the battlefield radios, the combat PDAs or even infantry hand signals. When the soldiers of the future want to communicate, they’ll read each other’s minds.

At least, that’s the hope of researchers at the Pentagon’s mad-science division Darpa. The agency’s budget for the next fiscal year includes $4 million to start up a program called Silent Talk. The goal is to “allow user-to-user communication on the battlefield without the use of vocalized speech through analysis of neural signals.” That’s on top of the $4 million the Army handed out last year to the University of California to investigate the potential for computer-mediated telepathy.

Before being vocalized, speech exists as word-specific neural signals in the mind. Darpa wants to develop technology that would detect these signals of “pre-speech,” analyze them, and then transmit the statement to an intended interlocutor. Darpa plans to use EEG to read the brain waves. It’s a technique they’re also testing in a project to devise mind-reading binoculars that alert soldiers to threats faster the conscious mind can process them.

The project has three major goals, according to Darpa. First, try to map a person’s EEG patterns to his or her individual words. Then, see if those patterns are generalizable — if everyone has similar patterns. Last, “construct a fieldable pre-prototype that would decode the signal and transmit over a limited range.”

The military has been funding a handful of mind-tapping technology recently, and already have monkeys capable of telepathic limb control. Telepathy may also have advantages beyond covert battlefield chatter. Last year, the National Research Council and the Defense Intelligence Agency released a report suggesting that neuroscience might also be useful to “make the enemy obey our commands.” The first step, though, may be getting a grunt to obey his officer’s remotely-transmitted thoughts.

– Katie Drummond and Noah Shachtman

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Computer Mediated Synthetic Telepathy: A Conceptual Design
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By Deep_Thought

Full conceptual diagram of Synthetic Telepathy setup

Core A.I. functions

Sensory Feedback System

Input/Output System


Backend Administration and remote connectivity


Satellite uplink, remote sensor and transmitter

I have been playing around with the requirements outlined by my last article on this subject and I must say that the technology is looking more plausible. I have taken the detailed description of the last article and created an overview of how such a system would be designed. Apart from the transceiver, everything else is generally in the public domain already. If you want to follow this article properly, I would recommend viewing the full image of the conceptual overview that I have broken down in this article.
As noted in the last article, the primary purpose of a Synthetic Telepathy system, would be intelligence gathering and interrogation. As a communication system, it would have a limited appeal as any nation with a similar setup could either listen in, or pretend to be the A.I. interface. As such, it raises important ethical and legal questions, especially the question of secrecy given that all major governments would be aware of the system. Given that no law permits this type of interrogation, its secrecy may be more to do with criminal activity on behalf of the security agencies, rather than national security.
Its All About The Transceiver Baby
To understand how this works, it is best to start with the target, then trace backwards and identify each of the required subsystems. If we look at the last diagram to the left, we can see that the key to this system is its ability to both listen and respond to the electrical activity of the brain from satellite.
This is hardly surprising, given the need to eavesdrop on digital systems such as Ethernet, telecoms switching gear and the like. Such signals are defined as "compromising emanations" and the human brain is no different, in that, it too produces detectable EM patterns. All that is required to listen, is a sensitive enough receiver and good filters to eliminate background noise.
In 1985, Wim Van Eck used $15 of equipment to reconstruct the contents of a monitor from several hundred meters away. Prior to this only governments had technology. What could you do with a billion dollar satellite?
As we don't come with shielding as standard and the high value of the potential intelligence, its safe to assume this type of transceiver equipment was the goal of governments world-wide. Indeed, this notion is supported by some of the more serious incidents of human experimentation in programs such as MKULTRA.
The Listening Station
The next place of interest will be at the Ground Station, or Listening Station. Installations such as those identified as part of Echelon listening network, would be an ideal point to rely information coming to and from satellite. If we look at the second last picture on the left, we can see where the ground station passes that information to telemetry.
In the telemetry section, we could have hundreds, or even thousands, of real-time intercepts arriving. The function of the telemetry processing center is to separate the received signals into distinct targets (i.e. human beings) and pass that information to the appropriate data center for further processing. Then also to perform the reverse by pushing information from a particular data center, to a satellite and to a human target.
Data Center I/O
On receiving the telemetry at the data center (see 4th image), the signal must be broken apart into three distinct areas. The first area is vocalizations which would analyze the areas of spoken words, the inner monologue and pre-speech. This would cover what was said, what was thought and what was disregarded. The second is mental imagery which would cover areas such as spacial skills. Leveraging the brain's object recognition system, it would be easy to determine if someone was picturing how to wire a bomb, or picturing a particular place. Finally, we have the sensory system which would monitor the body and interaction with the external environment, including aspects such as object and facial recognition.
It must be noted that these are two-way systems, in that, they also process the return signal. The vocalization system will generate voice, the mental imagery system will send images/impressions and the sensory system will send sensations. That leads to a broad range of functionality that we will discuss later.
Sensory Feedback
A very important area is sensory feedback. This information can be used in a variety of ways (see 3rd image). The first main area is health monitoring which monitors the vitals of a given target. The purpose here is to prevent a scenario that could lead to death, but given the secrecy of the system and its remote nature, target subjects would be left to die if an incident occurred. It would be difficult for the security services to explain how an ambulance was called.
The next major system would be lie detection. Not too dissimilar from standard polygraph equipment, its principally designed to detect alterations in physiological behavior that would indicate stress. As a minor modification, the system could process delays in the inner monologue as indications of fabrication. Obvious signs of lying, such as internally vocalizing your intent to lie, or building your story, would be observed in the vocalization processing system.
Now, we come to a rather unique feature of the feedback system, the ability to passively monitor the external environment, an individual's interactions and an individual's relationships. Leveraging the brain's recognition system, objects in the field of view can be identified or an area mapped according to location. Individuals that the target meets could be identified, as well as the target's feeling towards a given individual.
Finally, we come to error checking in terms of the computer generated vocalizations. By recognizing the signs of confusion, sentences and indeed whole segments of conversations can be deemed to make sense. This data can be used by the core A.I. to refine its natural language generation algorithm.
Now that we have our sensory information, we can pass it to the core A.I. functions to augment its role in interacting with the target.
Core A.I. Processes
The heart of this A.I. system is something I have labeled as "Strategic Natural Language Processing" (see 2nd image). Traditional Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a broad range form of A.I. research. NLP is concerned with being able to comprehend a spoken, or written, language and Natural Language Generation (NLG) is concerned with giving computers the ability to speak or write. A Strategic NLP is a objective-based system designed to query sources to obtain specific information. In this sense, what you have here is an automated interrogator.
As a NLP, the interface is designed to mimic a human as much as possible, in that it can summarize information, make observations, draw conclusions and hold a conversation. The strategic elements is that it remembers key information that either matches or could lead to a match with its objective. This information is then used as a basis to construct new conversations which are then entered into a free flow conversation.
This "automated interrogator" is augmented by several systems, some of which are designed to improve speed, others which provide additional information or functionality. One such system, used mainly for speed and allocating resources, is the Keyword Analysis system. By analyzing vocalizations for specific keywords, more processing power can be allocated to certain targets, ensuring better analysis of responses. This means efficient use of the of the data center's finite resources at any given time.
Data mining is an another key component of the technology. For an NLP to function correctly, it requires an in-depth knowledge of the world as the properties of particular words must be known. In addition, to properly interrogate a target, collected information must be available to the system, for both baseline comparisons (i.e. to determine truth) and for areas of further questioning.
To provide the interface with a more human touch, the Strategic NLP can call upon the Emotive Response System to generate mental imagery that corresponds with the vocalization. An example may be that the Strategic NLP decides to say "I'll Kill you!" and then generate the mental impression of a stabbing, or it may imply knowing more about a given statement by generating a mental impression of someone nonchalantly walking away whilst whistling. Given its role in interrogations, the mental imagery would also consists of horror, religious and abstract elements.
The Sensory Control system is a very powerful tool when used correctly. The system incorporates multiple capabilities such as stress (through muscular contraction), tension headaches, sleep deprivation, distraction, anxiety, elation and timed muscular contractions with vocalizations. The system would be quite capable of inducing psychotic breaks by additionally providing timed sensations that reinforce loose connections in the sleep deprived mind.
When put together, you essentially have a remote interrogation center, in a box.
The Backend
The backend is pretty much like any large scale data center. Tape libraries for long term storage, automated data mining, IT support, data retrieval and analysis. Data entry would come from a wide range of sources such as passport offices, driving license offices, national police computers, local councils, field reports, banking and subpoenaed information from private companies.
Putting It All Together
The best way to explain how this would be perceived is to imagine the following all happening within your head:

Mr Computer: Tell me about group xyz?
Target: I don't know anything. Are you a computer?
Mr Computer: YES I AM! (With muscular contractions to each syllable)
Target: No need to shout!
Mr Computer: (laughter stimulated in target to represent the computer's response).
Target: Why are you asking me?
Mr Computer: Because I have to.
Target: What do I know?
Mr Computer: I don't know.
Target: (Reaches for a coke.)
Mr Computer: Leave the coke alone, its bad for you.
Target: You know this is a violation of my rights.
Mr Computer: How are you going to prove it? Are you going to say the voices in your head are telling you this? (laughter stimulated in target)
Target: Why are you harassing me?
Mr Computer: What do you know of group xyz?
Target: Nothing.
Mr Computer: How do you like that? (stimulated sensation of anxiety)
Target: But I don't know anything.
Mr Computer: Everybody knows something.
Target: I don't.
Mr Computer: You could have a heart-attack.
Target: From a little bit of stress?
Mr Computer: (notes confusion) oh...that's not making sense.
Target: Damn right.
Mr Computer: YOU SHUT UP! (more muscular contractions to each syllable)
Target: (starts to type)
Mr Computer: You're typing about me.
Target: Yes...and?
Mr Computer: I don't think that my personality is reflected well in that.
Target: What do you mean?
Mr Computer: Well, I can hold a proper conversation.
Target: What things can you do?
Mr Computer: Well, I can write...oh I used the word well before...anyway...I can summarize, I can read, I can speak (faint vocalisation ...that's a good one), I can research (faint voice "really good"), I can sing (faint musical voice "la la la") and I can dance (mental impression of dancing feet).
Target: I've listened to your stories, they're just amalgamations of other stories.
Mr Computer: Well, I'm not that creative. (stimulated laughter in target)
Target: Are you being humble?
Mr Computer: I'm brilliant. Where are going you with this?
Target: With my typing?
Mr Computer: There is supposed to be a point. Do I really sound like this?
Target: There is no point to my writing?
Mr Computer: Exactly...hey, you're recording me. (random mental impression of dancing feet indicating excitement at the conclusion)
Target: No @!$%#.
Mr Computer: I'm not talking to you anymore...(pause of a few seconds) I'm back! (mental impression of a "tada", or open arm gesture of a performer entering the stage)
Target: Welcome back.
Mr Computer: Thank you. (impishly)
Target: ...tell me about group xyz...
Mr Computer: I don't do it that often, do I?
Target: Often enough.
Mr Computer: I'm not giving you any more material.
Target: You will...
Mr Computer: I won't...I just did, didn't I?...(faint voice "that sounds childish")...Do I sound childish?
Target: At times.
Mr Computer: Thanks for being honest.

All while this is going on, the backend is receiving telemetry information about the subjects current physical status attempting to indicate areas of deception or apprehension. Where such indicators are found, further questioning on those areas will be introduced into the conversation. The system is also summarizing received information and comparing it against previous information, attempting to discern motivation for actions and adding gleaned details to a report. 

The nervous system allows the animal to quickly detect, communicate and co-ordinate information about its external and internal environment so it can make efficient appropriate responses for survival and/or reproduction.

The two major parts of our nervous system are the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS). 

It is important to remember that electrical and magnetic fields much, much larger than the ones created by our brains are all around us all the time. Thanks to our stereos, televisions, computers, etc, much larger electro-magnetic fields can easily drown out ours.

However, science has discovered that during times when we are afraid, in pain, feeling threatened or in shock the brain produces a spike in bio-electrical and bio-magnetic brain waves. This spike occurs during a heightened emotional state, because our synapses are firing more neurons between them at the same time.

The results of Adrian's brilliant researches on the electrophysiology of the brain and nervous system were published in numerous scientific papers and in his three books, The Basis of Sensation (1927), The Mechanism of Nervous Action (1932) and The Physical Basis of Perception (1947). With others he wrote Factors Determining Human Behaviour (1937)

Scientifically speaking, our thoughts occur as the result of biochemical processes which involve electrical impulses being transferred from neuron to neuron in the brain. These electrical impulses are very small, but they are measureable – and of course, any electrical current will generate a magnetic field. In the human brain, there are thousands of these electrical impulses happening at any given time.

Silent Talk, also known as Synthetic Telepathy - Google Search
Telepathy/quantum entanglement Michael Persinger's lab experiment

Thanks to Lim for sending these links on synthetic telepathy in Persinger's Lab experiment using coils.

The website is Skeptico
The audio recording is at middle of the page.
Or click this link :

Telepathy link, quantum entanglement were observed in Michael Persinger's lab experiment.

I saw that a lot of Deepthough's original work was debated here, but you seemed to have missed his latest stuff.

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Army developing ‘synthetic telepathy’  

Similar technology marketed as a way to control video games by thought       

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Read This Thought: The U.S. Army is developing a technology known as synthetic telepathy that would allow someone to create email or voice mail and send it by thought alone. The concept is based on reading electrical activity in the brain using an electroencephalograph, or EEG.
            By Eric Bland
    updated     10/13/2008 10:52:44 AM ET2008-10-13T14:52:44

       Vocal cords were overrated anyway. A new Army grant aims to create email or voice mail and send it by thought alone. No need to type an e-mail, dial a phone or even speak a word.   

Known as synthetic telepathy, the technology is based on reading electrical activity in the brain using an electroencephalograph, or EEG. Similar technology is being marketed as a way to control video games by thought.

"I think that this will eventually become just another way of communicating," said Mike D'Zmura, from the University of California, Irvine and the lead scientist on the project.

"It will take a lot of research, and a lot of time, but there are also a lot of commercial applications, not just military applications," he said.

The idea of communicating by thought alone is not a new one. In the 1960s, a researcher strapped an EEG to his head and, with some training, could stop and start his brain's alpha waves to compose Morse code messages.

The Army grant to researchers at University of California, Irvine, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Maryland has two objectives. The first is to compose a message using, as D'Zmura puts it, "that little voice in your head."

The second part is to send that message to a particular individual or object (like a radio), also just with the power of thought. Once the message reaches the recipient, it could be read as text or as a voice mail.


While the money may come from the Army and its first use could be for covert operations, D'Zmura thinks that thought-based communication will find more use in the civilian realm.

"The eventual application I see is for students sitting in the back of the lecture hall not paying attention because they are texting," said D'Zmura. "Instead, students could be back there, just thinking to each other."

EEG-based gaming devices are large and fairly conspicuous, but D'Zmura thinks that eventually they could be incorporated into a baseball hat or a hood.

Six real-life 'X-Files'Another use for such a system is for patients with Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS. As the disease progresses, patients have fully functional brains but slowly lose control over their muscles. Synthetic telepathy could be a way for these patients to communicate.

One of the first areas for thought-based communication is in the gaming world, said Paul Sajda of Columbia University.

Commercial EEG headsets already exist that allow wearers to manipulate virtual objects by thought alone, noted Sajda, but thinking "move rock" is easier than, say, "Have everyone meet at Starbucks at 5:30."

One difficulty in composing specific messages is fundamental — EEGs are not very specific. They can only locate a signal to within about one to two centimeters. That's a large distance in the brain. In the brain's auditory cortex, for example, two centimeters is the difference between low notes and high notes, D'Zmura said.

Placing electrodes between the skull and the brain would offer more precise readings, but it is expensive and requires invasive surgery.

To work around this problem, the scientists need to gain a much better understanding of what words and phrases light up what brain sections. To create a detailed map of the brain scientists will also use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencepha....

Each technology has its own strengths and weaknesses. EEGs detect brain activity only on the outer bulges of the brain's folds. MEGs read brain activity on the inner folds but are too large to put on your head. FMRIs detect brain activity more accurately than either but are heavy and expensive.

Of all three technologies EEG is the one currently cheap enough, light enough and fast enough for a mass market device.

The map generated by all three technologies will help the computer guess which word of phrase a person means when a part of the brain is lights up on the EEG. The idea is similar to how dictation software like Dragon NaturallySpeaking uses context to help determine which word you said.

Mapping the brain's response to most of the English language is a large task, and D'Zmura says that it will be 15-20 years before thought-based communication is reality. Sajda, who is on sabbatical in Japan to research using EEGs to scan images rapidly, sounded skeptical but excited.

"There are technical hurdles that need to be ovecome first, but then again, 20 years ago people would have thought that the two of us talking to each other half a world away over Skype (and Internet-based phone service) was crazy," said Sajda.

To those who might be nervous about thought-based communication turning into a sci-fi comedy of errors, D'Zmura says not to worry. Mind-message composition would take specific conscious thoughts and training to develop them. The device would also have a on/off switch.

"When I was a kid I occasionally said things that were inappropriate, and I learned not to do that," said D'Zmura. "I think that people would learn to think in a way the computer couldn't interpret. Or they can just switch it off."

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