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just a rough thought ... don`t you think its odd they are developing a doppelganger/avatar consciousness ..to upload to the cloud so it live past your death and can fool relatives ....at the same time they are developing brain chips to stick into people .....maybe its harder to interact with technology....and easier just to mimic it and use it to "body snatch" you ..and replace your consciousness  ....  

 

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any way having a few technical issues as well as the normal overloading of my mental and physical capability ..so not being posting as much .... so had to set up another system ....lucky I had backup ups of stuff and also flicked back through some past posts etc always a good thing to do every know and then as they mess with your memory and derail you from what you were doing ... so found this again as I was setting up my hackRF etc

 

https://notebooksharing.space/view/25323be1ac06c6afcc5f31a82cbf540938baaa6b7b1dbadec72baa4e753610ef#displayOptions=

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also I think they deliberately disrupt my Memory consolidation process as i find it hard these days to remember things especially technical/programming things ....have to constantly reference it   ....also everyday routine things .......think thats the idea to disrupt my Memory consolidation process of useful important things ....then wack me with some intense bazaar roller coaster induced "acid trip" with notable characters /well known icons in some virtual realty mash up so I am more likely to mentally latch on and focus on that ...try to get me to act upon it ...spew it over the internet in some bazaar mentally ill like manner ...think many TI`s fall for this thinking it has some importance ..instead of being a distraction and used to discredit them .....

 

position of consolidation to the information-to-memory process

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On 9/4/2022 at 10:56 PM, Deca said:

also I think they deliberately disrupt my Memory consolidation process as i find it hard these days to remember things especially technical/programming things ....have to constantly reference it   ....also everyday routine things .......think thats the idea to disrupt my Memory consolidation process of useful important things ....then wack me with some intense bazaar roller coaster induced "acid trip" with notable characters /well known icons in some virtual realty mash up so I am more likely to mentally latch on and focus on that ...try to get me to act upon it ...spew it over the internet in some bazaar mentally ill like manner ...think many TI`s fall for this thinking it has some importance ..instead of being a distraction and used to discredit them .....

 

position of consolidation to the information-to-memory process

 

1) ELF systems have a max range in air of a few hundred meters afaik. Maybe 500 - 700 meters depending on how large and powerful the thing is and how much crap sits between transmitter and target. If things get too intense/intrusive, you can try to move outside the active radius.

 

2) Targets are often hypnotized in their sleep to feel impaired in some way the next day. "Your memory will get weaker and weaker every day and often fail you completely right when most needed." A self-hypnosis techniques book may help craft counter-scripts, as hypnosis is based on spoken/verbal scripts. You may be able to hypnotize yourself to block any scripts spoken into your mind from outside, or to remember any scripts forced on you while catching ZZZs.

 

3) TIs have reported before that praying intensely helps, as the people operating the ELF system are often on the dark side of metaphysics. Forceful prayer can also have a counter-hypnosis effect on the brain and greatly relax the psyche when under siege.

 

 

 

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1) ELF systems have a max range in air of a few hundred meters afaik. Maybe 500 - 700 meters depending on how large and powerful the thing is and how much crap sits between transmitter and target. If things get too intense/intrusive, you can try to move outside the active radius.

 

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wrong .....   "The attenuation of ELF waves is so low that they can travel completely around the Earth several times before decaying to negligible amplitude,  "  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extremely_low_frequency

 

2) Targets are often hypnotized in their sleep to feel impaired in some way the next day. "Your memory will get weaker and weaker every day and often fail you completely right when most needed." A self-hypnosis techniques book may help craft counter-scripts, as hypnosis is based on spoken/verbal scripts. You may be able to hypnotize yourself to block any scripts spoken into your mind from outside, or to remember any scripts forced on you while catching ZZZs.

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clearly you did not understand my post about "Memory Consolidation" process being disrupted/sabotaged

 

 

21 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

3) TIs have reported before that praying intensely helps, as the people operating the ELF system are often on the dark side of metaphysics. Forceful prayer can also have a counter-hypnosis effect on the brain and greatly relax the psyche when under siege.

 

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again "praying" could be a form of positive self talk ...and positive self talk is something that i use to write correct/useful/motivating  statements into my mind .... er you not really dealing with real people but "chat bots"so your dark side metaphysics is only really going to effect YOU and YOUR Belief ....and be exploited by the brain scientist to manipulate YOU ..ok

 

 

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Why learned information is forgotten

There are many explanations for why we forget learned information. A well-known explanation to explain why this happens is the ineffective encoding of material. This is when material appears to have been forgotten over time, however it is very likely that this material was never encoded into memory stores properly in the first place.[4] This is also referred to as pseudo-forgetting, and it is usually attributable to distractions, or a lack of attention when engaging in learning that lead to ineffective encoding.[4] Neural pathways and memory codes may still have been formed, however subsequent forgetting of learned information implies that it was ineffectively encoded within these pathways.[4]

Another explanation for why we forget learned information is the decay of information. This concept determines the impermanence of memory storage as an explanation for forgetting.[1] Decay theory posits that the process of forgetting is due to the inevitable fading of memory traces over time.[4] For this theory, the length of time that the information has been retained within memory stores is important. Essentially, the memories held in long-term stores start to fade as time passes, particularly if the memories haven't been re-visited.[1]

Interference theory provides another explanation for the forgetting of learned information. New memories interfere with old memories, and limits our ability to recall these over time.[5] There are two types of interference; retroactive and proactive.[4] Retroactive interference is when newly learned information impairs previously retained information, and proactive interference is when previously learned information interferes with newly retained information.[4] Essentially, interference theory posits that stored memories interfere and hamper one another, which is why we forget learned information.

The competition between newly learned information and previously learned information can cause retained information to be forgotten. According to theories, the capacity of our memory stores are finite and can only retain a limited amount of information.[5] Therefore, the creation of newer memories can lead to the destruction or replacement of older memories due to competition of finite memory stores.[5]

Retrieval failure provides another explanation for why we forget learned information. According to this theory, we forget information because it is inaccessible in long-term memory stores. Access to this information depends on retrieval cues, and the absence of these cues causes difficulties in recalling retained information.[3] Forgetting learned information occurs most often when the context and state are very different when encoding and retrieving. In these situations, there are no retrieval cues which can result in cue-dependent forgetting.[3] For example, many people do not remember much about their childhood. However, once returning to an old house or school; which provide retrieval cues, childhood memories usually begin to return.[16] Retrieval failure and an absence in cues can be very influential for forgetting learned information.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_and_retention_in_learning

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Hmm limited range thou

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"The company has confirmed that the hardware is based on the R820T2 RTL-SDR, offering a 24-1766 MHz tuning range, and that the core digital signal processing (DSP) software is open source and tuned for use on the Raspberry"

 

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hmm just came across this .... interesting about the "b project" mind control thing

 

 Internet mogul is living in grubby apartment convinced he is being watched by the FBI over ‘suspected 9/11 links’

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2276324/internet-mogul-is-living-in-grubby-apartment-convinced-he-is-being-watched-by-the-fbi-over-suspected-911-links/

 

 

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Window of Tolerance

When a person is within their window of tolerance, it is generally the case that the brain is functioning well and can effectively process stimuli. That person is likely to be able to reflect, think rationally, and make decisions calmly without feeling either overwhelmed or withdrawn.

 

During times of extreme stress, people often experience periods of either hyper- or hypo-arousal.

 

Hyper-arousal, otherwise known as the fight/flight response, is often characterized by hypervigilance, feelings of anxiety and/or panic, and racing thoughts.

Hypo-arousal, or a freeze response, may cause feelings of emotional numbness, emptiness, or paralysis.

In either of these states, an individual may become unable to process stimuli effectively.

 

https://www.richardbamfordtherapy.co.uk/blog/window-of-tolerance/

 

 

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Are Air Force Pilots’ Cancer Cases Linked To Cockpit Radiation? Calls Rise For Studies.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/erictegler/2022/09/13/the-link-between-air-force-pilots-and-elevated-cancer-rates-is-more-than-worth-looking-at/

 

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Too little is known about direct links between cockpit radiation and a variety of cancers in U.S. Air Force aircrews. The director of the USAF Operational Test Team for the F-35 says, “We’re just starting to tease out some of the data on that and it’s not very encouraging.”

 
 

At next week’s annual symposium for the Society of Experimental Test Pilots Colonel Dan “Animal” Javorsek will give a presentation on the relationship between exposure to radar, avionics and other emissions in the cockpits of fighter aircraft and a rising incidence of cancers among active and retired Air Force pilots.

 

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The Moscow Signals Declassified
Microwave Mysteries: Projects PANDORA and BIZARRE

 

https://nsarchive.gwu.edu/briefing-book/intelligence-russia-programs/2022-09-13/moscow-signals-declassified-microwave

 

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National Security Archive Posts Special Declassified Collection on Microwave Transmissions
Aimed at U.S. Moscow Embassy, 1953-1979 

Was the Moscow Signal a Historical Precedent for the "Havana Syndrome"?

Project BIZARRE: Pentagon Officials Conducted Radiation Tests on Monkeys,
Planned Secret Human Experimentation

 

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NEURO-COGNITIVE WARFARE:  INFLICTING STRATEGIC IMPACT VIA NON-KINETIC THREAT

https://smallwarsjournal.com/index.php/jrnl/art/neuro-cognitive-warfare-inflicting-strategic-impact-non-kinetic-threat

 

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What is the strategic value of a covert technology that has consistently displayed a capability to disable and permanently impair basic thought, perception and inflict degrading effects on human neuro-cognitive motor skills?  Is it significant but far less than strategic?  Non-kinetic yet still strategic in impact?  What if an adversary intent on harming US military and civilian leadership could unleash and deploy this technology without fear of detection? What if that adversary knew the US targets had no way to protect themselves from the insidious effects of this covert technology? This is neuro-cognitive warfare which has been taking place during the last decade and which allows an aggressor to attain a degree of strategic leverage and influence literally without firing a shot.  US military experts in C4ISR, electronic warfare, Psychological Operations and medical science ought be aware of this and study it assiduously to gauge its genuine threat dynamics. Is that happening? The answer seems patently clear yet the issue has been subterranean in attention and falls regrettably below the threshold for assessing America’s strategic risk spectrum as it evaluates the next decade.  Does this make sense in terms of emerging Joint All Domain C2 developing doctrine and technology? Likely not too many.

 

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What I am doing now and wished i did years ago is looking for a suitable note taking software , as i find i am collect loads of research and other bits and jump around from one thing to another and lose where i am and have to redo/relearn everything later so i need a way to keep things organised

 

I have used Jupiter notes and find it handy for doing code/data analysis stuff python/console commands especially when using my SDR gear ..but i need something more for general note taking and can link to files (PDFs) and websites etc and so i can organised into categories

I think any TI will benefit from using some type of note taken software

 

what i am trying out is Trilium Notes to see if it fits my way of thinking/researching 

https://github.com/zadam/trilium

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