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https://www.vice.com/en/article/ne4748/not-everyone-who-hears-voices-is-mentally-ill

 

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Healthy people can have auditory and visual hallucinations, she says, that are just as loud and vivid as those who need clinical help. “The people that we looked at have had fairly frequent hallucinations,” she says. “It’s not just a one-off, say in the context of a bereavement, but people who’ve had them for an average of 31 years. But they’re never problematic for them.”

The difference might partly be explained by what Peters calls appraisals, or how an individual interprets their hallucinations and what meanings they give them. She believes that studying healthy appraisals could lead to novel therapy techniques for people troubled by their voices.

 

 

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https://saveitforparts.wordpress.com/2023/03/29/a-cheap-and-relatively-easy-microwave-imager-radiotelescope/

 

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ah the "Dish Tailgater RV Satellite Antenna " used in the first video is not common in the UK and would cost more on postage ..thou can be picked up on ebay n the USA for £100ish ...I would have to look to build my own system like in this video

 

 

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2 hours ago, Deca said:

Prof. Of Law and Philosophy Nita A. Farahany speaking at the WEF about “planting false memories” and “inserting” pain into peoples’ brains to be used for “many coercive measures.”

 

 

I wonder if related to the phenomena of the Mandela effect, please ignore if already stated, i have not had time to go through your thread yet, 👍

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2 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

I wonder if related to the phenomena of the Mandela effect, please ignore if already stated, i have not had time to go through your thread yet, 👍

gee let me think about that one ...........NO ........... just research human memory and how unreliably it is and how every time you remember something you can also alter it ,to fit what you think/believe now ....not when you experienced the event ....

A Clockwork Orange (1971) — Moviegique

 

 

how about the induced pain into the brain for coercive control ....  

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On 4/10/2023 at 6:59 PM, Deca said:

gee let me think about that one ...........NO ........... just research human memory and how unreliably it is and how every time you remember something you can also alter it ,to fit what you think/believe now ....not when you experienced the event ....

A Clockwork Orange (1971) — Moviegique

 

 

how about the induced pain into the brain for coercive control ....  

 

But that is programming and does not explain the phenomena of the Mandela effect, all that can do is set a sequence of events to carry out by force, as for selective memory then you are correct because of something called the imagination, which you seem to be lacking with your reply, fancy another swipe?

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3 hours ago, sock muppet said:

 

But that is programming and does not explain the phenomena of the Mandela effect, all that can do is set a sequence of events to carry out by force, as for selective memory then you are correct because of something called the imagination, which you seem to be lacking with your reply, fancy another swipe?

The Mandela Effect has been extensively researched and discussed all over the internet. It is believed to be caused by confabulation and collective false memories, which I find to be a satisfactory explanation. I researched this phenomenon years ago and am confident in this conclusion. Therefore, I kindly request that any Mandela Effect-related questions or posts be directed elsewhere, as it is not relevant to the current discussion. However, it is worth noting that this phenomenon highlights the unreliability of human memory. There are likely thousands of posts about Mandela Effect already on the DI forum.

 

 

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unfortunately how most TI`s try to "figure it out" ...then post their assumptions/beliefs/theories online looking for validation and for others to unquestionably accept.

 

 

 

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do you really think they need to manually track you in person - stalk you ? or does the tech basically stalks you automatically 24/7 ?

 

Geofencing is a location-based service that creates virtual geographical boundaries around a real-world geographic area.

Geofencing uses GPS, RFID, Wi-Fi, or cellular data to define these virtual geographical boundaries.

Whenever a vehicle or person enters, exits, or crosses a specific geographical area, geofencing generates instant alerts.

Overall, this information suggests that geofencing is a useful technology that can be used in various industries, such as logistics, security, and marketing, to track and monitor assets and personnel, enhance safety and security, and improve customer engagement.

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This is a short video to announce the introduction of "Phaser" 10 GHz phased array prototyping and exploration system. This is a complete kit that can be used for education and prototyping of various beamforming algorithms and radar systems. More information, and ordering, can be found here:

https://www.analog.com/en/design-center/reference-designs/circuits-from-the-lab/cn0566.html#rd-overview

 

 

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