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Hmm interesting

https://jivp-eurasipjournals.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s13640-018-0266-x

 

A head-mounted goggle-type video-oculography system for vestibular function testing

 

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Disorders of the vestibular system possibly decrease vision, causing abnormal nystagmus and dizziness. To diagnose abnormal nystagmus, various studies have been reported including the use of rotating chair tests and videonystagmography. However, these tests are unsuitable for home use due to their high costs. Thus, a low-cost video-oculography system is necessary to obtain clinical features at home. In this paper, we present a goggle-type low-cost video-oculography system using an infrared camera and Raspberry Pi board for tracking the pupils and evaluating a vestibular system. Horizontal eye movement is derived from video data obtained from an infrared camera and infrared light-emitting diodes, and the velocity of head rotation is obtained from a gyroscope sensor. Each pupil was extracted using a morphology operation and a contour detection method. Rotatory chair tests were conducted with our developed device. To evaluate our system, gain, symmetry, and phase were measured and compared System 2000.

 

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Neuroscientists listened in on people’s brains for a week. They found order and chaos.

https://www.technologyreview.com/2023/02/07/1067951/brains-week-order-chaos/

 

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Our brains exist in a state somewhere between stability and chaos as they help us make sense of the world, according to recordings of brain activity taken from volunteers over the course of a week. As we go from reading a book to chatting with a friend, for example, our brains shift from one semi-stable state to another—but only after chaotically zipping through multiple other states in a pattern that looks completely random.

Understanding how our brains restore some degree of stability after chaos could help us work out how to treat disorders at either end of this spectrum. Too much chaos is probably what happens when a person has a seizure, whereas too much stability might leave a person comatose, say the neuroscientists behind the work. 

A better understanding of what’s going on could one day allow us to use brain stimulation to tip the brain into a sweet spot between the extremes.

 

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Again we don`t have to prove targeting to ourselves or other TI`s ...but to non TI`s and especially to people in authority, experts and people in the media ...hence our evidence has to be to a high standard and be based on facts and science 

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pulse vs continuous ...light is an EM wave .you can work well under a continuous light source ..but turn it on/off flicker "pulse" it can have a huge impact on you and cause certain people to have an epileptic fit ..and its not about how bright it is "energy" but the flicker rate

 

May be an image of text that says "CW PULSED"

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seriously can we stop posting backscatter of dust particles in the air claiming they are DEW`s... also known as "orbs" in paranormal community who believers claim are "spirts" ... this has been well research ok ... its embarrassing

 

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Chapter 5: The Great British Nuke Off

We head to the UK to build a microwave device that could be the key to the mystery. And we take a deep-dive into the American military industrial complex to see what the future of warfare and weaponry looks like. Is Havana Syndrome just the beginning of something much scarier?

Guests: Kyle Major, James Giordano

https://soundistheweapon.com/episodes/the-great-british-nuke-off/

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this is the best thing I have seen TJ actually do ..

https://targetedjustice.substack.com/p/test-for-havana-syndrome

 

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Get the tests done to diagnosis for Havana Syndrome. 

 

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More civilians are being diagnosed with Havana Syndrome. It is not limited to the intelligence community. One of our Advisory Board members has recommended Dr Howard Mango at the Balance Center in Newport Beach, California to perform the tests needed to diagnose Havana Syndrome.  Dr Mango is familiar with civilian cases of Havana Syndrome. 

The tests needed are called VNG and VEMP.   

 

VNG - Videonystagmography

 

VEMP - Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials

 

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