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This noise sounds very similar to what I heard when watching the state funeral today at points. What are your views on this?

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thought it was an interesting SDR/Signals intelligence (SIGINT) video ...and tune my hackRF into the same frequency but just got a very weak signal and nothing as impressive as in the video as the person lives a lot closer to the source and has a better set up then me ok 

 

er you would not actually "hear" the same as the demodulated signal that an SDR outputs 

 

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On 2/9/2022 at 7:33 PM, Deca said:

Think placebo is about 20% effective against no treatment, but there are a lot of factors at play here

 

er we have far more than 5 senses

Humans have a lot more than five senses — here are 18

https://www.considerable.com/health/healthy-living/humans-five-senses/

 

also we have neuroplasticity

 

 

I thought that knowing exact time without looking at the clock is some kind of gift... Very interesting...

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On 9/7/2022 at 5:50 PM, Deca said:

Memories are not disappearing completely... They fade but I'm sure you experienced that it's quicker to learn something second time or sometimes old memories, even from early childhood can come to your mind from nowhere... We also remember millions things unconsciously... Our mind don't pay attention to them not to get crazy but they are like paint on the wall, background for our memories. They can be found during hypnosis, dreams... Brain is interesting piece of meat 😋

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"In 2016, American officials in Cuba reported cases of unexplained, concussion-like symptoms. How did it happen? I tried to unravel the mystery & shared w/ @JohnBerman some of what I learned from a doctor who became a patient. Full report "Immaculate Concussion" 9/25, 8pmEST @CNN" **** video clip in link ****

 

 

 

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https://news.yahoo.com/how-a-soviet-plot-to-bombard-the-us-embassy-with-microwaves-led-to-a-brain-weapons-arms-race-090023984.html

 

In the early 1950's, U.S. officials discovered a microwave-generated bug concealed inside this Great Seal of the United States given as a gift to the U.S. ambassador in Moscow.

 

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n the early 1950s, U.S. officials discovered a microwave-generated bug concealed inside this Great Seal of the United States given as a gift to the U.S. ambassador in Moscow. (Photo combination: Yahoo News; photos: Mark Seman/Yahoo News)

 

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5 hours ago, Human10 said:

Memories are not disappearing completely... They fade but I'm sure you experienced that it's quicker to learn something second time or sometimes old memories, even from early childhood can come to your mind from nowhere... We also remember millions things unconsciously... Our mind don't pay attention to them not to get crazy but they are like paint on the wall, background for our memories. They can be found during hypnosis, dreams... Brain is interesting piece of meat 😋

I was talking about memory Consolidation process ..and how in my personal situation/experience its being "deliberately" disrupted 

 

 

 

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The documentary Absolute Brain deals with the science of cybernetics and its political development with brain-computer technology and manipulation of genes. It shows the early development from the New York Times articles and their challenge of the CIA's mind control system. The film refer to facts from Swedish government investigations and the U.S. Department of Health. It reflects the development and the various projects from an American-Swedish perspective and this version has an ending related to the Swedish parliamentary elections in September 2022. Here is a challenge to the current society and with the film we stand on the barricades and fight for something new.

 

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https://www.nature.com/articles/nn.3223

 

To sleep: perchance to learn - Nature Neuroscience

 

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Not only can the sleeping brain perceive sensory information, it can learn from this information, leading to changed behaviors the next day: it can come to associate a sound with a pleasant or unpleasant odor and react, both while still asleep and after waking, with a deeper or shallower breath. But classic ‘sleep learning’ remains just a dream.

 

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