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deca 07-07-2008 12:23 PM

Microwave ray gun controls crowds with noise

A US company claims it is ready to build a microwave ray gun able to beam sounds directly into people's heads.
The device – dubbed MEDUSA (Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) – exploits the microwave audio effect, in which short microwave pulses rapidly heat tissue, causing a shockwave inside the skull that can be detected by the ears. A series of pulses can be transmitted to produce recognisable sounds.
The device is aimed for military or crowd-control applications, but may have other uses.
Lev Sadovnik of the Sierra Nevada Corporation in the US is working on the system, having started work on a US navy research contract. The navy's report states that the effect was shown to be effective.
Scarecrow beam?MEDUSA involves a microwave auditory effect "loud" enough to cause discomfort or even incapacitation. Sadovnik says that normal audio safety limits do not apply since the sound does not enter through the eardrums.
"The repel effect is a combination of loudness and the irritation factor," he says. "You can’t block it out."
Sadovnik says the device will work thanks to a new reconfigurable antenna developed by colleague Vladimir Manasson. It steers the beam electronically, making it possible to flip from a broad to a narrow beam, or aim at multiple targets simultaneously.
Sadovnik says the technology could have non-military applications. Birds seem to be highly sensitive to microwave audio, he says, so it might be used to scare away unwanted flocks.
Sadovnik has also experimented with transmitting microwave audio to people with outer ear problems that impair their normal hearing.
Brain damage riskJames Lin of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Illinois in Chicago says that MEDUSA is feasible in principle.
He has carried out his own work on the technique, and was even approached by the music industry about using microwave audio to enhance sound systems, he told New Scientist.
"But is it going to be possible at the power levels necessary?" he asks. Previous microwave audio tests involved very "quiet" sounds that were hard to hear, a high-power system would mean much more powerful – and potentially hazardous – shockwaves.
"I would worry about what other health effects it is having," says Lin. "You might see neural damage."
Sierra Nevada says that a demonstration version could be built in a year, with a transportable system following within 18 months. They are currently seeking funding for the work from the US Department of Defence.
hmm funny how us TI`s have been claiming this for years and laughed at and told it was not possible!!!

deca 07-07-2008 12:26 PM

video on link

neckband that translates thought into speech by picking up nerve signals has been used to demonstrate a "voiceless" phone call for the first time.
With careful training a person can send nerve signals to their vocal cords without making a sound. These signals are picked up by the neckband and relayed wirelessly to a computer that converts them into words spoken by a computerised voice.
A video (right) shows the system being used to place the first public voiceless phone call on stage at a recent conference held by microchip manufacturer Texas Instruments. Michael Callahan, co-founder of Ambient Corporation, which developed the neckband, demonstrates the device, called the Audeo.
Users needn't worry about that the system voicing their inner thoughts though. Callahan says producing signals for the Audeo to decipher requires "a level above thinking". Users must think specifically about voicing words for them to be picked up by the equipment.
The Audeo has previously been used to let people control wheelchairs using their thoughts. Watch a video demonstrating thought control of wheelchairs
"I can still talk verbally at the same time," Callahan told New Scientist. "We can differentiate between when you want to talk silently, and when you want to talk out loud." That could be useful in certain situations, he says, for example when making a private call while out in public.
The system demonstrated at the TI conference can recognise only a limited set of about 150 words and phrases, says Callahan, who likens this to the early days of speech recognition software.
At the end of the year Ambient plans to release an improved version, without a vocabulary limit. Instead of recognising whole words or phrases, it should identify the individual phonemes that make up complete words.
This version will be slower, because users will need to build up what they want to say one phoneme at a time, but it will let them say whatever they want. The phoneme-based system will be aimed at people who have lost the ability to speak due to neurological diseases like ALS – also known as motor neurone disease.

chicken 07-07-2008 02:07 PM

hi deca, how did you say disable an rfid tag? Great to see you at the Icke meet in Hull


deca 07-07-2008 03:16 PM

pics on link

WEAPONS: The RFID zapper
Radio frequency IDs (RFIDs), small electronic chips that share information when scanned, are rapidly becoming an essential part of global supply management. In order to correctly route and track items from inception to purchase, these chips are attached to packaging and increasingly the products themselves.

The intentional disabling of these chips can cause supply chain disruption. The best method is to HERF (high energy radio frequency, usually microwaves) the chips using a small transmitter (read about high power home made microwave weapons for herfing). The German branch (privacy activists) of the global guerrilla innovation network has developed a simple solution that converts a standard film camera into a short range RFID zapper. This system:
"...copies the microwave-oven-method, but in a much smaller scale. It generates a strong electromagnetic field with a coil, which should be placed as near to the target-RFID-Tag as possible. The RFID-Tag then will recive a strong shock of energy comparable with an EMP and some part of it will blow, most likely the capacitator, thus deactivating the chip forever.
To keep the costs of the RFID-Zapper as low as possible, we decided to modify the electric component of a singe-use-camera with flashlight, as can be found almost everywhere. The coil is made from varnished wire and placed inside the camera exactly where the film has been.
Then the coil is soldered between the cameras electronic and its flashlight. Last but not least most single-use-cameras will require some kind of switch to be build into them, since their activating-mechanism usually is to small and primitive. Once the switch is connected and tested, the camera can be closed again and henceforth will serve as a RFID-Zapper, destroying RFID-Tags with the power of ordinary batteries."

deca 07-07-2008 03:21 PM

also this has diagrams

deca 09-07-2008 09:50 AM

Mind games: computer headset lets brain control ac

Mind games: computer headset lets brain control action

AFP | July 8, 2008

It’s mind over machine: a US high-tech company has created a headset allowing computer game lovers to use their thoughts to move mountains and make objects disappear on screen.

Emotiv, a San Francisco-based startup that marries neuroscience and computer engineering, says its EPOC gaming headset offers only a glimpse of what the technology has to offer.

“There is no natural barrier from what we can see,” Emotiv co-founder Tan Le told AFP while demonstrating the headset in the firm’s office.

“This is the tip of the iceberg for what is possible for us. There will be a convergence of gesture-based technology and the brain as a new interface — the Holy Grail is the mind.”

Gamers will be able to get their hands on the gadget in time for the winter holiday season, the company says.

The EPOC headset features 16 sensors that press against a user’s scalp to measure electrical activity in a brain using electroencephalography. A built-in gyro tracks head movement.

The sensors also register users’ moods and facial expressions, merging the data in computer software that “learns” to match readings with what people are thinking, according to Le.

“There is a direct correlation between thought and what happens on screen,” Le said. “It really fulfills this long fantasy people have had of moving objects just with thought.”

A videogame will be included with the headset when the package goes on sale for 299 dollars at the Emotiv website and select shops.

The martial arts fantasy game has a rural Asian setting. An animated “master” leads players through exercises that include lifting mountains with their minds.

A test of the headset showed that after “training” the EPOC system for less than a minute one could spin, push, pull and lift objects onscreen, or make them vanish, by simply thinking about it.

“Gamers are early adopters of technology and thought control is the ultimate fantasy of gamers,” Le said.

Emotiv has a software development kit available to videogame makers as well as programmers of “anything that involves a human and a computer” including those involved in virtual worlds, cars and medical care.

The technology could be used to let virtual world characters referred to as “avatars” reflect the real-world expressions and moods of the people they represent online, according to Emotiv engineer Marco Della Torre.

The kit for third-party software savants to weave thought-control into programs has reportedly been downloaded from the Emotiv website more than 1,000 times.

“We have a lot of Fortune 500 companies interested,” Le said.

Even law enforcement agencies have expressed interest in the headset’s ability to read people’s minds.

“It certainly could be used as a very accurate polygraph,” Le said. “If you have seen something before, there is no hiding it. There is brain recognition.”

Medical applications could include giving stroke victims or people in comas new ways to communicate.

People wearing headsets while listening to online music could have tunes automatically tagged based on whether they made them happy, sad, excited, or bored.

Le, an Australian telecommunications entrepreneur named Young Australian of the Year in 1998, said the idea for the headset sprang from a chat about brains and technology during dinner in 2003.

Le and fellow entrepreneur Nam Do founded Emotiv with neuroscientist Allan Snyder and computer chip designer Neil Weste.

deca 09-07-2008 09:55 AM

‘Invisible Wars’ of the Future: E-Bombs, Laser Guns and Acoustic Weapons

‘Invisible Wars’ of the Future: E-Bombs, Laser Guns and Acoustic Weapons

Nezavisimaya Gazeta / Global Research | July 8, 2008

This important article on new weapons systems was originally publisehd in Russian in Nezavisimaya Gazeta, translated by Guerman Grachev for Pravda.ru

Speaking at the Moscow Institute of Foreign Relations on September 1st, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said: “An arms race is entering its new stage. There is a threat of new weaponry looming on the horizon.” What exactly did he mean by saying that?

From hypothesis to reality

The pace of continuous progress made by science and technology keeps growing faster. Scientists and military analysts point out the emergence of fundamentally new types of weapons including those of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in the new future. In the late 1990s, the then Russian Defense Minister Igor Sergeyev sounded a note of warning as he spoke about “the use of new physical principles for building weaponry with new applications in both strategic and tactical levels, is yet another qualitative leap in the change and development of ways and methods of warfare.”

Hostilities between thousands of armed men involved in physical annihilation of one another in the battlefield may be rendered obsolete by the latest developments in science and technology. The existing types of weapons may be superseded by devices capable of causing latent damage to the human body by disrupting its viability and immune system. As a result, the human body will either completely destroyed or immobilized for a long time.

The results of the use of certain hypothetical types of WMD may be felt in the long run, perhaps years or decades following the exposure to the effects of the above. The effects of certain types of new weapons can be used selectively, and thus an attacker will be able to steadfastly decimate an opponent’s personnel while effectively reducing the number of its own casualties. The above circumstance creates more incentives for developing new types of weapons.

Geophysical weapons

Geophysical weapons are essentially based on the manipulation of processes that occur in the earth’s crust, and its liquid and gaseous mantle, for military purposes. An atmospheric layer lying at an altitude of 10 to 60 kilometers is of special importance for this kind of warfare.

Shortly after the end of World War II, the U.S. Department of Defense sampled lightning, earthquake, and hurricane manipulation studies in Project Skyfire, Project Prime Argus, and Project Stormfury. Information with regard to the results of those projects is scarce. However, there are reports of an experiment carried out by the U.S. military in 1961 when more than 350 thousand 2-cm metal needles were deployed into the atmosphere. The needles in the sky caused a dramatic change in the heat balance of the atmosphere. Scientists believe the needles may have caused an earthquake in Alaska. Besides, they are believed to have caused the sliding of a part pf Chile’s coastline into the ocean.

The rainmaking technology was taken for a few test tides in Vietnam. The U.S. military dispersed silver iodide in the rain clouds during the Vietnam War to cause floods, disrupt dams, and obstruct the movements of enemy troops, especially the movements of heavy military equipment.

There is a forest of 24-meter antennas installed in Gakuna, close to Anchorage, Alaska. The official name of the project is the High Frequency Active Aural Research Program (HAARP).

According to a number of experts, the facility has the ability of destabilizing entire national economies through climatic manipulations without the knowledge of the enemy at minimal cost and without engaging military personnel and equipment as in a conventional war.

The HAARP program is a U.S. Air Force, Navy, and University of Alaska funded investigation to “understand, simulate and control ionospheric processes that might alter the performance of communications and surveillance systems” as well as weather systems and those which can modify human behavior.

The so-called “ozone weapon” is one of the types of the geophysical weaponry which is an assortment of means designed for damaging the ozone layer over an enemy. The damage can be done by using rockets loaded with Freon. The explosion of such rockets in the ozone layer will produce several “windows” in it, and thus create conditions for ultraviolet rays of the sun to penetrate Earth’s surface. The ultraviolet rays are highly detrimental to the cell structure of live organisms, especially to their hereditary systems. As a result, the incidence of cancer will go up dramatically. Depleting ozone will bring about lower mean temperatures and increase humidity, which is especially dangerous for the areas of unsustainable agriculture.

EMP weapons

Radio frequency weapon has been recently referred to as one of the most technically feasible weapons of mass destruction. The weapon causes damage to man and a variety of objects by means of powerful electromagnetic pulse (EMP). The electromagnetic pulse effect was first observed during the early testing of high altitude airburst nuclear weapons. However, it did n take long for scientists to find out that the EMP effect could be produced by other munitions of non-nuclear origin. The Soviet Academician Andrei Sakharov came up with a design of non-nuclear “electromagnetic bomb” in the 1950s. His design employed the use of a solenoid’s magnetic field compressed by the explosion of chemical explosive to produce a powerful EMP effect.

In Russia, a team of scientists headed by Academician Vladimir Fortov at the Institute of Thermal Properties of Extreme Conditions played an important role in the study of the EMP weapon and methods of protection against it. The study puts special emphasis on means of destruction of electric or electronic equipment, which actually forms the infrastructure of many countries. Though specialists do not regard the EMP weapons as lethal, they categorize them as strategic, which can be used for crushing an opponent’s information and transmission nodes.

As demonstrated in the Desert Storm air campaign in 1991, Tomohawk cruise missiles with electromagnetic warheads can be effectively used for inhibiting the functions of an opponent’s vital processing infrastructure. All electronic devices of an entire TV center in Baghdad were incapacitated by a single E-bomb dropped by the U.S. Air Force at the beginning of the second campaign in 2003.

Russia has successfully built and tested a number of flux compression generators over the last few years. The generators can be used as a prototype for building an electromagnetic gun capable of firing at a range of several hundred meters. The present-day technology base already enables a number of countries to design and build electromagnetic munitions of several modifications.

Laser weapons

Laser or quantum generator is a device that produces a narrow powerful beam of light by exciting atoms. The laser beam can seriously damage a variety of objects by heating the materials of the latter to high temperatures, disrupting the functions of sensitive components of military equipment, blinding personnel temporarily or permanently, and causing thermal burns of the skin.

Continuous improvements of the laser weapons will, without doubt, secure their greater use for killing an enemy’s personnel and disabling its equipment. There are reports about a laser-beam rifle developed in the U.S. for several years. The rifle is designed for killing enemy soldiers at a range up to 1.5 km.

Specialists have good reasons to assert that the laser weapons will play an important role in the development of a large-scale antimissile defense network in the U.S. In 1996, the U.S. started developing an airborne laser gun designed for destroying enemy missiles during ascent stage. A powerful laser device will be mounted on board the Boeing 747, which will be out on patrol at an altitude of 10-12 km in order to acquire a target within seconds and shoot it down by emitting a laser beam.

The Pentagon intends to form a squadron of seven aircraft by 2008. Martin-Boeing-TRW, one of the leading military contractors, was awarded a contract in February of 2000 to develop a space-based laser gun to be used for missile interception. The initial testing is slated for 2012. The project is expected to be completed by 2020.

Acoustic weapons

The harmful effects of acoustic weapons apply to three frequency bands i.e. infrasound (below 20 Hz); the audible range frequencies (from 20 hertz to 20 kilohertz); and ultrasound (above 20 kilohertz). The classification is in line with the action of sound impact on the human body. The low-frequency sounds can significantly increase the audible range, pain threshold and other negative impacts on the human body. Infrasound oscillations can induce anxiety or a panic attack in humans. Some scientists believe that man is unlikely to survive the effects of powerful emission causing a sudden disruption of the functions of certain organs including the cardiovascular system.

Over the last few years, the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) in Pacatini , New Jersey, has been actively engaged in several projects related to the so-called “non-lethal” weapons. In conjunction with the Scientific Applications and Research Associates (SARA) of Huntingdon, California, ARDEC and Los Alamos laboratories are busy developing a high power, very low frequency acoustic beam weapons. They are also looking into methods of projecting non-penetrating high frequency acoustic bullets. ARDEC scientists are also looking into methods of using pulsed chemical lasers. This class of lasers could project a hot, high pressure plasma in the air in front of a target surface, creating a blast wave that will result in variable but controlled effects on materiel and personnel. The infrasound emitters are designed in Britain. The emitters are reported to be capable of impairing a person’s hearing, and cause resonance of his internal organs, which may disrupt the heart activity and result in death.

According to American specialist Janet Morris, research director of the U.S. Global Strategy Council, the Russians have been engaged in the development of acoustic weapons too, and the “results are quite impressive.” Morris says that during her trip to Russia she saw an operational device that can form a10 Hz infrasound pulse the “size of a baseball,” which is said to be capable of causing serious damage to personnel positioned hundreds of meters away from the weapon. In the meantime, there is no convergence of opinions on the harmful effects caused by acoustic weapons.

cacadores 14-07-2008 03:42 PM

What do we make of this: Real policemen to be really micro-chipped:


..........and this to happen in the next few weeks. It's the hurry about it all that is disturbing..... and I guess the idea that we don't even need to be given a proper reason anymore. How many policemen in Britian have been kidnapped lately? Not any!

americana 14-07-2008 05:36 PM

Help for a friend
Hi there! Boots suggested I might want to post here about my problem with a friend who may be mind-controlled/ microchipped

I posted about him in the Health section: http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=29748

Thanks for any thoughts on the matter!


This thread concerns a close friend of mine who needs healing.

I'm sorry if this is rather long.

I know that many here are healers or have knowledge of healing and are open to things many doctors would debunk. I am looking for any thoughts, advice, anything you can suggest to assist me and my friend.

I'm not going to claim he's a TI . . . yet . . . .

He believes he was implanted with a microchip last year in the hospital. Has a scar on his arm; says in the hospital he was in a fight for his life with nurses, orderlies and they say he was cut then. He had 2 cuts - - one rather erratic, and believable it came from a fight. The other perfectly straight. The latter (microchip cut?) was taken care of properly in the hospital, the other not even bandaged or given ointment.

Taking everything he's said about the visit - - "fake" patients, attacks on his personage, break-ins to his apartment while he was in the hospital, possible attempts to poison, moving his bed remotely while in it, playing Christmas music all the time, which is utterly not SOP, etc., I'd say that SOMETHING happened.

He was in for a suicide attempt (overdose), which he does not recall. He was found surrounded by pills - - but says he didn't put them there.

I don't want to go into this TOO much, but he was in an accident when he was a child and suffered extreme bodily injury. (10+ operations) As a result, he has certain beliefs and fears and pretty strong PTSI and OCD, but is a brilliant individual.

I'd like to list some of his behaviors - - and see if any of you have any ideas on what might be the cause (mind control?)

He has "odd" arm gestures - - constantly moving his left arm as if looking at a watch, but he doesn't wear a watch. It's a very pronounced gesture, bringing his arm out in a crook, not a subtle "take a peek" gesture.

He also makes other gestures with his arms - - swinging down, hard, which are just not any sort of typical, or even social norm, in any culture. I don't define people or accept people because they are normal, it's just that this is so very strange.

He says he lives his life according to certain numbers - - that are related to cars. Like BMW blah blah or Porsche blah blah.

Has interests in scatological sex, perhaps may seek out women who were abused in some fashion, or themselves mind-controlled (?) , MKUltra (?).

Has obsession with the 3rd Reich. (Began to learn German all by himself at age 7.)

Is concomitantly obsessed with the EU. Believes in it strongly, while living in the US. Said last weekend that the EU is the Fourth Reich. I found this very telling. (Where does he get these ideas?)

Has made numerous visits to Europe, Canada, many quite long, to meet women, often. Has mentioned going to a clinic in Switzerland to have microchip checked out.

Has also mentioned going to Chicago to live, and see doctors he "trusts". (Of interest may be that he is/ was considering buying an apartment there with a view of the Ferris Wheel - - given the Illuminati symbolism there.)

Has absolutely phenomenal memory for things like CEOs of all major corporations, families who run them and the world, and began studying this at an early age.

When presented with the term "gaslighting" by yours truly, claimed to know nothing about it, yet is a master at psychological torture and twisting things around on people. Has a penchant for bringing ppl to their breaking point, and know what it is, exactly. (Has had this done to him?)

Is presently on Seroquel, among other medications. Seroquel is indicated for schizophrenia, but here it is used as an atypical sleep-inducing med, because he is often in great pain and cannot sleep. Last time I was AWARE he was taking it (doesn't do so every day), he showed abrupt shifts in personality, destabilizing the situation. I found it almost frightening, although he cannot hurt me physically.

Likes to have his forehead pressed, HARD, and I mean HARD. Would even want to press his forehead against mine, but as I have migraines, that's a no go. Doesn't do anything for me. Third eye? I am feeling that somehow this is very important, and a key to his healing.

Has a "raised bump", rather rectangular in shape, not that irregularly shaped, in the middle of his chest, over his heart. This gives him pain, he can scratch it during the night until it bleeds. Doctors can find nothing wrong.

I strongly feel that he is someone who experienced a profound loss of control, of the integrity of body and mind, when he was young. This has resulted in a need to control his existence down to the last detail. (Which fails, utterly.) AND, to control that of others.

Now, I don't want to go "all Steven King" on you, like Firestarter. But I do know that my friend is exceptional. Just having survived what he has marks him as an extraordinary individual. (As I recall, he sees himself as the incarnation, of a sort, of a German WWII pilot who died back then on the date he was injured. There is a race car driver who had horrific injuries close to the time my friend was first injured, and he closely identifies with him, too)

He is gifted beyond belief. Is he a "test case" for something? I don't know.

I am not sure how much I want him in my life. BUT, I believe that he is in my life for a reason.

That reason may well be healing.

I would like to know if anyone has any thoughts on the matter.

How to help him while protecting myself.

deca 15-07-2008 01:51 PM

unfortunally I get targeted with microwaves that attack my nervious system and projects audio into my skull and various other side effects, this started suddenly when I was 33 years old.

I do get hand and other body manlipuation but I can`t say he is a target of electronic harrassment or mind control.

sounds he has had a lot of physical and mental problems thoughout his life
weather he has been targeted and implanted after his last vist to hospital or just has and understandable adverse/negative association with hospitals I can`t say.

probadly you could exame the so called implant and see if it reveals anything to validate his claims

stuff like RFID are normanily injected under the skin

I think implants were basically stopped in the 80`s and RF used
They are devolping brain chips but I think these would be complancated to insert and show up in scans

deca 15-07-2008 02:09 PM


Brain implants, often referred to as neural implants, are technological devices that connect directly to a biological subject's brain - usually placed on the surface of the brain, or attached to the brain's cortex. A common purpose of modern brain implants and the focus of much current research is establishing a biomedical prosthesis circumventing areas in the brain, which became dysfunctional after a stroke or other head injuries. This includes sensory substitution, e.g. in vision. Other brain implants are used in animal experiments simply to record brain activity for scientific reasons. Some brain implants involve creating interfaces between neural systems and computer chips, which are part of a wider research field called brain-computer interfaces. (Brain-computer interface research also includes technology such as EEG arrays that allow interface between mind and machine but do not require direct implantation of a device.)

Historical research on brain implants
(see also: History of brain imaging)

In 1870, Eduard Hitzig and Gustav Fritsch demonstrated that electrical stimulation of certain areas of the brains of dogs could produce movements. Robert Bartholow showed the same to be true for humans in 1874. By the start of the 20th century Fedor Krause began to systematically map human brain areas, using patients that had undergone brain surgery.

Prominent research was conducted in the 1950s. Robert G. Heath experimented with aggressive mental patients, aiming to influence his subjects' moods through electrical stimulation.

Yale University physiologist Jose Delgado demonstrated limited control of animal and human subjects' behaviours using electronic stimulation. He invented the stimoceiver or transdermal stimulator a device implanted in the brain to transmit electrical impulses that modify basic behaviours such as aggression or sensations of pleasure.

Delgado was later to write a popular book on mind control, called "Physical Control of the Mind", where he stated: "the feasibility of remote control of activities in several species of animals has been demonstrated [...] The ultimate objective of this research is to provide an understanding of the mechanisms involved in the directional control of animals and to provide practical systems suitable for human application."

In the 1950s, the CIA also funded research into mind control techniques, through programs such as MKULTRA. Perhaps because he received funding for some research through the US Office of Naval Research, it has been suggested (but not proven) that Delgado also received backing through the CIA. He denied this claim in a 2005 article in Scientific American.


Electroencephalography (EEG) is the measurement of electrical activity produced by the brain as recorded from electrodes placed on the scalp.

Just as the activity in a computer can be perceived on multiple different levels, from the activity of individual transistors to the function of applications, so can the electrical activity of the brain be described on relatively small to relatively large scales. At one end are action potentials in a single axon or currents within a single dendrite, and at the other end is the activity measured by the scalp EEG.


Comparison of the brain and a computer
Much interest has been focused on comparing the brain with computers. A variety of obvious analogies exist: for example, individual neurons can be compared with a transistor (although a neuron's computing power is probably closer to a simple calculator than a transistor[10]), and the specialized parts of the brain can be compared with graphics cards and other system components. However, such comparisons are fraught with difficulties. Perhaps the most fundamental difference between brains and computers is that today's computers operate by performing often sequential instructions from an input program, while no clear analogy of a program appears in human brains. The closest equivalent would be the idea of a logical process, but the nature and existence of such entities are subjects of philosophical debate. Given Turing's model of computation, the Turing machine, this may be a functional, not fundamental, distinction. However, Maass and Markram have recently argued that "in contrast to Turing machines, generic computations by neural circuits are not digital, and are not carried out on static inputs, but rather on functions of time" (the Turing machine computes computable functions). Ultimately, computers were not designed to be models of the brain, though constructs like neural networks attempt to abstract the behavior of the brain in a way that can be simulated computationally.

In addition to the technical differences, other key differences exist. The brain is massively parallel and interwoven, whereas programming of this kind is extremely difficult for computer software writers (most parallel systems run semi-independently, for example each working on a small separate 'chunk' of a problem). The human brain is also mediated by chemicals and analog processes, many of which are only understood at a basic level and others of which may not yet have been discovered, so that a full description is not yet available in science. Finally, and perhaps most significantly, the human brain appears hard-wired with certain abilities, such as the ability to learn language (cf. Broca's area), to interact with experience and unchosen emotions, and usually develops within a culture. This is different from a computer in that a computer needs software to perform many of its functions beyond its basic computational capabilities.

Human beings are capable of not only giving non-random answers to questions such as, "What color is November?", but also of providing reasons in support of their answer. Human beings can also make "intuitive" sense of statements such as, "If I were you, I would hate myself", which computers cannot do without specific programming instruction.

There have been numerous attempts to quantify differences in capability between the human brain and computers. According to Hans Moravec, by extrapolating from known capabilities of the retina to process image inputs, a brain has a processing capacity of 0.1 quadrillion instructions per second (100 million MIPS). In comparison, the fastest supercomputer in the world, called Roadrunner and devised and built by engineers and scientists at I.B.M. and Los Alamos National Laboratory, is capable of handling 1.026 quadrillion calculations per second[11], and an average 4-function calculator is capable of handling 10 instructions per second. It is possible the brain may be surpassed by normal personal computers (in terms of Instructions Per Second, at least) by 2030.[12]

The computational power of the human brain is difficult to ascertain, as the human brain is not easily paralleled to the binary number processing of today's computers. For instance, multiplying two large numbers can be accomplished in a fraction of a second with a typical calculator or desktop computer, while the average human may require a pen-and-paper approach to keep track of each stage of the calculation over a period of five or more seconds. Yet, while the human brain is calculating a math problem in an attentive state, it is subconsciously processing data from millions of nerve cells that handle the visual input of the paper and surrounding area, the aural input from both ears, and the sensory input of millions of cells throughout the body. The brain is regulating the heartbeat, monitoring oxygen levels, hunger and thirst requirements, breathing patterns and hundreds of other essential factors throughout the body. It is simultaneously comparing data from the eyes and the sensory cells in the arms and hands to keep track of the position of the pen and paper as the calculation is being performed. It quickly traverses a vast, interconnected network of cells for relevant information on how to solve the problem it is presented, what symbols to write and what their functions are, as it graphs their shape and communicates to the hand how to make accurate and controlled strokes to draw recognizable shapes and numbers onto a page.

brenbren 15-07-2008 03:22 PM

deca, i too have sometimes heard high pitched noises before. sometimes in the day, but mostly at night, i have asked my mum and dad before if they could hear it but they said no.

i don't know what it could be, but i had a feeling it was the wireless internet-lol.

deca 17-07-2008 01:07 PM

you might be experiancing another audio effect

A high-pitched device that is generally only heard by people under the age of 25 and used to disperse groups of youths is causing controversy. Amid calls in England and Scotland for a ban on the Mosquito device, a shopkeeper and a teenager give their points of view.
I don`t think you are hearing a masquito device but your hearing might be better at the high end than your parents , fridges,pc and other electrical devices etc can emit high pitch tones.

deca 17-07-2008 01:08 PM


The anti-psychotic myth exposed?

April 2, 2008

Anti-psychotics are not effective long-term, shrink the brain and almost triple the risk of dying, a London NHS psychiatrist and academic has written in a new book. Isn't it about time for a deep examination of the validity of such drugs asks Adam James?


Christian was slouched in a chair in Bradford psychiatric unit. He was, seemingly, only half-conscious, half alive. He could hardly speak, let alone raise his head.

Christian had been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Two days before, in a haze of paranoia, he had punched a colleague of mine at a day centre. So Christian was sectioned and medicated, heavily, with neuroleptics. Most, on seeing Christian would have described him as being so whacked out he was a dribbling wreck. Treatment-advisory body, the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) would say the neuroleptics had successfully “calmed” Christian, in preparation for treating the “underlying psychiatric condition”.

Neuroleptics – such as Clozapine, Olanzapine, Risperidone and Seroquel – are the “primary treatment” for psychosis, particularly schizophrenia. Indeed, 98-100 per cent of people diagnosed with schizophrenia inside our psychiatric units – and 90% living in the community – are on neuroleptics, also called anti-psychotics. “There is well established evidence for the efficacy of anti-psychotic drugs”, Nice told mental health professionals in its guidelines for the treatment of schizophrenia.

Nice claims a similar efficacy for the widely-prescribed SSRI anti-depressants in treating depression. Some researchers disagree. A recent widely-publicised meta-analysis asserted that SSRIs are no more clinically beneficial than placebo for mild and moderate depression. London NHS psychiatrist Joanna Moncrieff is one such dissenting researcher. But she has conducted a far wider examination of psychiatric drugs, and has endeavoured to expose the “myth” of anti-psychotics. She claims there is no sufficient evidence to support their long-term use and they cause brain damage, a fact which is being "fatally” overlooked. Plus, because of a cocktail of vicious side-effects, anti-psychotics almost triple a person’s risk of dying prematurely.

Moncrieff, also a senior lecturer at University College London, particularly strikes out at her own profession, psychiatry, claiming it is ignoring the negative evidence for anti-psychotics. In her book, The Myth of The Chemical Cure, Moncrieff argues the increasing prescribing of these drugs is unleashing an epidemic of drug-induced problems. She argues, effectively, that psychiatry is guilty of gross scientific misconduct.

Having scrutinised decades of clinical trials, Moncrieff's first point is that once variables such as placebo and drug withdrawal effects are accounted for, there is no concrete evidence for antipsychotic long-term effectiveness.Moncrieff’s interpretation of the relevant meta-analyses and trials is radically different to Nice which arrived at an opposite conclusion for antipsychotic effectiveness.

At the heart of dissent against psychiatry through the ages has been its use of drugs, particularly anti-psychotics, to treat distress. Do such drugs actually target any “psychiatric condition”. Or are they chemical control, a socially-useful reduction of the paranoid, deluded, distressed, bizarre and odd into semi-vegetative zombies? Historically, whatever dissenters thought has been largely ignored. So, it appears, have new studies which indicate anti-psychotics are not effective long-term. For example, a US study last year in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease reported that people diagnosed with schizophrenia and not taking anti-psychotics are more likely to recover than those on the drugs. The study was on 145 patients, and researchers reported that, after 15 years, 65 per cent of patients on anti-psychotics were psychotic, whereas only 28% of those not on medication were psychotic. An intriguing finding, surely? So what about the mainstream media headlines of “breakthrough in schizophrenia treatment”? Afterall, broadsheets react positively to the plethora of alleged genetic "breakthroughs" in schizophrenia, even when it comes to genetically-engineered schizophrenic mice. But there wasn't a squeak.

Interestingly, the researchers of the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease paper hypothesised that it was patients with "inner strength”, “better self esteem” and “inner resources” who were more likely to recover long-term without neuroleptics. However, not one peer-reviewed study examining the necessary individual characteristics and support networks to live through psychosis without drugs has, in the last 48 years, appeared in The British Journal of Psychiatry, the publication that each month drops through the letter box of every psychiatrist in the land.

The “psychological factors” of, for example, inner strength, are, perhaps more the terrain for clinical psychologists. Such as Rufus May who was compulsory treated with anti-psychotics when diagnosed with schizophrenia as an 18-year-old.

May argues withdrawal effects of anti-psychotics often get wrongly interpreted as “relapse”. So, he has launched a website advising people how safely to come off psychiatric drugs. Many patients, like May (who perhaps had the required "inner strength”), have successfully come off anti-psychotics and gone on to recover. The irony is that they frequently have had to do it behind the backs of their psychiatrists, who fear relapse.

Moncrieff’s second point is that the psychiatric establishment, underpinned by the pharmaceutical industry, has glossed over studies showing that anti-psychotics cause extensive damage, the most startling being permanent brain atrophy (brain shrinkage) and tardive dyskinesia. As in other neurological conditions patients suffer involuntary, repetitive movements, mental impairment, memory loss and behaviour changes. Brain scans show that anti-psychotics cause atrophy within a year, alerts Moncrieff. She accuses her colleagues of risking creating an “epidemic of iatrogenic brain damage”. Moncrieff is a hard-nosed scientist, so she is respectfully reserved. But her carefully-chosen words are still alarming. "It is as if the psychiatric community can not bear to acknowledge its own published findings,” she writes.

How worrying it is, also, that the Healthcare Commission should report last year that almost 40 per cent of people with psychosis are on levels of anti-psychotics exceeding recommended limits. Such levels cause heart attacks. Indeed the National Patient Safety Agency claims heart failure from anti-psychotics is a likely cause for some of the 40 average annual “unexplained” deaths of patients on British mental health wards. Other effects of anti-psychotics include massive weight gain (metabolic impairment) and increased risk of diabetes. Two years ago, The British Journal of Psychiatry - Britain’s most respected psychiatry journal - published a study reporting that people on anti-psychotics were 2.5 times likely to die prematurely. The researchers warned there was an “urgent need” to investigate whether this was due to anti-psychotics. But so engrained is the medication culture in mental health that many psychiatrists regard that not medicating early with anti-psychotics amounts to negligence, Moncrieff notes.

Moncrieff does acknowledge there is evidence for the short-term effectiveness of anti-psychotics. But again Moncrieff asks psychiatry to be honest. Moncrieff points out that when anti-psychotics, such as chlorpromazine, were first used in the fifties they were called “major tranquillisers.” Why? Because that’s an accurate description of their effect, particularly short term. They sedate, numb, or tranquillise, the emotions, so reducing the anxiety of paranoia and delusions. Any person on anti-psychotics would verify this (Go to askapatient.com). So, in this respect, they are effective. Nowadays, however, these drugs are referred to as “anti-psychotics”. For Moncrieff, this is a wheeze because there’s no evidence that anti-psychotics act directly on the “symptoms” – paranoia, delusions, hallucinations – of those diagnosed with psychosis. There’s nothing anti-psychotic about anti-psychotics.

Embedded in Moncrieff’s thesis is that, unlike other medical conditions, there is no evidence that psychiatric illnesses, including schizophrenia, are caused by physical abnormalities. As clinical psychologist Mary Boyle penned it, schizophrenia is a "scientific delusion” which drugs can never cure.

The alternatives? Moncrieff - like her fellow psychiatrists in a group called the Critical Psychiatry Network - asks services to look seriously at non-drug approaches, such as the Soteria Network in America. She believes psychiatrists such as herself should no longer have unparalleled powers to forcibly detain and treat patients with anti-psychotics. Instead, they should be “pharmaceutical advisers” engaging in “democratic drug treatment” with patients. Psychiatrists should be involved in “shared decision-making” with patients, and would have to go to civil courts to argue their case for compulsory treatment. "Psychiatry would be a more modest enterprise” writes Moncrieff, “no longer claiming to be able to alter the underlying course of psychological disturbance, but thereby avoiding some of the damage associated with the untrammeled use of imaginary chemical cures.”

Mental health policy is, it appears, swinging away from a reliance on antidepressants. Surely a deep re-examination of the true validity of anti-psychotics is also due?

* A previous version of this article was published at Guardian Unlimited
*Adam James is editor of psychminded.co.uk

eternal_spirit 18-07-2008 11:14 PM


eternal_spirit 18-07-2008 11:14 PM


monkey 19-07-2008 02:53 AM


Originally Posted by brenbren (Post 421024)
deca, i too have sometimes heard high pitched noises before. sometimes in the day, but mostly at night,.........

I once suffered high pitched ringing in ONE EAR for TWO WEEKS. This was triggered by a loud noise at work. What was strange was that as I lay in bed one night , I could feel my sinus tubes literally clearing and unblocking. It was a great relief and as this happened the RINGING swapped from ONE EAR TO THE OTHER (like you can switch left to right on your hifi amplifier) and as it did, the ringing CHANGED PITCH, Then stopped TOTALLY.

WIERD, But the ringing, while probably TRIGGERED by the loud noise, I think, continued due toi the BLOCKED SINUSES

Just a theory!


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 5818)
If you live in fear of being microwaved sooner or later you will manifest the symptoms whether you are being targetted or not..

Anyway, I reckon our mind can beat anything as long as we don't start getting 'afraid' then we're done for... fear IS the mind killer..


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 6739)
It is clear to me Deco that you are 'illuminated' you have all the symptoms, you're talking to spirits, your thought processes are accelerated. Do you feel that you are 'vibrating' at an increased rate? Do you find it hard/impossible to sleep?

BTW, to deca, TAKE EdelwiessPirate's advice. I really think what he suggests is the most likey strategy to help you. Really, I just feel you should trust his words, just kind , honest, practical advice. I find his terms 'illuminated' and 'vibrating' to resonate with my experiences and i think there is great wisdom in what he writes. I feel his intention is honourable.


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 6298)
No fear no threat.

Ask yourself what do you fear?
Remove the stress. Leave the situation. ... whatever the source is leave it.

You need to control your thoughts and find peace. Easier said than done I know. Try getting fit, go running, push ups, Get fit get strong. Walk along the street with your fave tunes and don't give a fuck. Get your energy up

Book a holiday... Have a J. do something you enjoy. See your mum.. Talk to your best friends about it... You can beat this shit.

I think that FEAR is the energy that causes your experiences. If life is intolerable (and it sounds like it is) just do whatever you enjoy and do it a lot, what have you got to lose?


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 6392)
Do you get much sleep? You need to sleep well which strengthens the mind. There is no excuse for not sleeping as long as skunk is available. If you can't sleep get stoned...

Are you smoking a massive amount of skunk 24/7? This may also cause the thoughts you have/ voices. If not, then I suggest that maybe you should try smoking lots of good skunk. Can't hurt, if you hear voices anyway, and it may cheer you up.
Plus you would be so stoned that you would not be sure if it was the cell phone towers or the skunk that causes your thoughts , thus you would cease to worry about it, thus the GOONS that plague you would surely give up , i mean if you were stoned 24/7 , you would not even NOTICE if they broke in and messed with your stuff, you would just assume that you did it when stoned and forgot about it. You would get a good nights sleep too.

Just a theory

I think it is possible that smoking weed makes you IMMUNE to microwave e.l.f. radiation


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 6392)
You need to work very hard at focussing your mind. We really do create our own reality and when we start believing in portable microwave weapons we create a very harmful reality where anyone and everyone could be using weapons on us. Try to break this spell. Cease to believe in the weapons and the frequencies and all the rest of it. They can really only harm you if you believe they are real because remember everything here is an illusion.


Originally Posted by edelweiss pirate (Post 6392)
Picture an object in your mind, try to keep it there. It will fade or transform into something else. Keep at it. After a few days your concentration will be stronger and you will have more control over your mind AND hence your reality.

deca 19-07-2008 01:45 PM


BTW, to deca, TAKE EdelwiessPirate's advice. I really think what he suggests is the most likey strategy to help you. Really, I just feel you should trust his words, just kind , honest, practical advice. I find his terms 'illuminated' and 'vibrating' to resonate with my experiences and i think there is great wisdom in what he writes. I feel his intention is honourable.
I know you mean well, but I am on the right track working with others to expose these crimes agaist humanity, no I am not on drugs ok.

microwave hearing is admited dude and has been tested on since at least 1975 ok
The report titled "Bioeffects Of Selected Nonlethal Weapons"
can be downloaded from this site dude
US Army toyed with telepathic ray gun


July 18, 2008 As part of the U.S. Navy's investigation into futuristic nonlethal weaponry, the Sierra Nevada Corporationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevada_corporation is building a microwave energy pulse gun that can produce a painful screaming sound inside a person's head from a long distance away. The inescapable sound, which is inaudible to untargeted bystanders, can be set to irritate, nauseate or even incapacitate people and animals that lie within range. Future applications may include crowd control, military use and even shopping mall security, provided it proves safe from permanent side effects. The science behind it also has the potential to give hearing to certain deaf peoplehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hearing_impairment , or even projecting voices into peoples' heads.

The Sierra Nevada corporation has signed a contract with the U.S. Navy to follow up on successful recent testing of a non-lethal crowd control weapon that uses microwaves to project high-intensity sounds in the heads of targets, according to New Scientist magazine.

The MEDUSA (Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) system makes use of the well-established Microwave Auditory Effect, in which microwave stimulation causes parts of the ear around the cochlea to expand thermally, which is interpreted as sound by the brain. The effect is a sound that appears to originate in the target's head, and can't be heard by anyone not directly in the beam's path.

This is not to be confused with Raytheon's Active Denial System, another crowd control weapon in development which uses a similar directed energy beam to cause unbearable but non-damaging heat pain in the top few layers of a target's skin.

Because MEDUSA's sound doesn't vibrate the eardrum itself, and thus the eardrum is not exposed to the damage potential that loud acoustic noise produces, traditional noise level limits don't have to apply with the MEDUSA system. So it's possible to dial in any level of sonic deterrent from mildly annoying up to physically and mentally incapacitating levels that the target has no way of blocking out of their head.

The MEDUSA system has the ability to be aimed at specific targets, multiple targets or even cover large areas with a broad beam, which will make it an effective security deterrent for the perimeters of protected areas. The samehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Identity technology, on a smaller scale, could be used as an invisible sonic scarecrowhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarecrow to keep certain areas free from birds, as birds appear to respond to very low levels of microwave audio.

There are certain side effects - in 1961 testing of the first Microwave Auditory Effect system, Allen H. Frey noted dizzinesshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dizziness , headaches and pins and needles in his subjects - and little is known about what further effects might occur when power levels are turned up to an incapacitating level. The potential for serious neural damage can't be ignored when you're effectively microwaving the inside of somebody's head - and if it does turn out to be lethal, the research may continue down that path and the technology may end up being used as a microwave death ray.

Beyond being used to generate an annoying high-pitched scream, the Microwave Auditory Effect has shown itself to hold interesting peacetime possibilities if it can be proven safe. By modulating the projected frequency, Sharp and Grove showed in 1975 that it's possible to "plant" voices, music and other sounds directly into the head.

Because the eardrum is not involved in the transmission of this sound, there have been hopes that patients with outer ear problems might be able to listen to music or voices through microwave transmission. On a more sinister note, it's easy to see how one might abuse the ability to direct "voices" straight into a person's head, as would appear to be feasible using the device described in this 2002 patent.

Still, the MEDUSA system is expected to be testable within one year and a mobile deployment unit built within another 18 months. And if it can be proven not to be harmful, it could be deployed within a few years in warzones, protest situations and shopping malls.


The DCDC Global Strategic Trends Programme 2007 - 2036 PDF

from page 98 in pdf reader 0r page 83 in print

Broadcasts to the Brain
By 2035, an implantable information chip could be developed and wired directly to the
user’s brain. Information and entertainment choices would be accessible through
cognition and might include synthetic sensory perception beamed direct to the user’s
senses. Wider related ICT developments might include the invention of synthetic
telepathy, including mind-to-mind or telepathic dialogue. This type of development would
have obvious military and security, as well as control, legal and ethical, implications.
which perdicts some of the effects I have experienced i.e synthetic
telepathy, including mind-to-mind or telepathic dialogue ok hmm do you think that this technology will just invent it self in 2035?

you could try the phycastrist theory and say TI`s are having an "internet led delusion"

deca 19-07-2008 02:00 PM

thanks eternal_spirit for posting this, it seems to back up some of my other experiences of feeling like somebody steping in side me.

deca 28-07-2008 03:38 PM

if you hear voices then watch these videos and seek help.
voices prt 1
voices prt 2

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