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Old 30-07-2008, 10:50 AM   #1021
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Deca the problem with the RFID zapper, is that there would be back to back diodes at the input to the device, which would protect it , the electronic engineers when fabricating such devices would of figured this out.
I suppose you could use a lot of rf energy to destroy the device , however your brain would be fried in the process.
Which could put a idea into those canibals out in Papua New Guinea, when it comes to cooking humans.
We should all be down by the river Fly getting "laughing disease" like the canibals!!
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Old 30-07-2008, 03:34 PM   #1022
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Deca the problem with the RFID zapper, is that there would be back to back diodes at the input to the device, which would protect it , the electronic engineers when fabricating such devices would of figured this out.
What are you own about , the zapper makes a strong electromagnetic field !
It just has to be near the device not touching it.

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The electromagnetic field is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects. It affects the behaviour of charged objects in the vicinity of the field.

The electromagnetic field extends indefinitely throughout space and describes the electromagnetic interaction. It is one of the four fundamental forces of nature (the others are gravitation, the weak interaction, and the strong interaction).
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"...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.
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Chapter 15
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
by Dr. Robert Becker

Invisible Warfare
The Soviets have led the way in learning about the risks of electropollution, and, as we have seen, they've apparently been the first to harness those dangers for malicious intent. However, the spectrum of potential weapons extends far beyond the limits of the Moscow signal, and Americans have been actively exploring some of them for many years. Most or all of the following EMR effects can be scaled up or down for use against individuals or whole crowds and armies:
The crudest of these armaments would be a sort of electromagnetic flamethrower with a greater range than chemical types. Dogs were cooked to death in experiments at the Naval Medical Research Institute as long ago as 1955, and high-power transmitters using short UHF wavelengths can severely burn exposed skin in seconds.
Electrmagnetic pulse (EMP) is a term designating the immensely powerful, near-instantaneous surge of electromagnetic energy produced by a nuclear explosion. It was first discovered in the late 1960s. The EMP from one detonation a few thousand miles above the earth would destroy all electrical systems throughout an entire continent. In the early 1970s new types of EMR generators emitting power levels ten or twenty times higher than ever before were developed in an effort to simulate EMP and help devise communications systems shielded from it. In 1973 these transmitters were described in an invitation-only seminar at the Naval Weapons Laboratory in Dahlgren, Virginia, where their use for antipersonnel and anti-ballistic-missle energy beams were discussed. No information about their subsequent development has since been made public, and the difficulties of long-range missle tracking argue that ABM beams haven't yet become feasible, but there are no such difficulties in the way of EMR beam weapons for use against unshielded people.
At some UHF power densities there's an insidious moth-to-the flame allurement, which would increase such a weapon's effectiveness. As discoverer Sol Michaelson described it in 1958, each of the dogs used in his experiments "began to struggle for release from the sling," showing "considerable agitation and muscular activity," yet "for some reason the animal continues to face the horn." Perhaps as part of the same effect, UHF beams can also induce muscular weakness and lethargy. In Soviet experiments with rats in 1960, five minutes of exposure to 100,000 microwatts reduced swimming time in an endurance test from sixty minutes to six.
Allen Frey's discovery that certain pulsed microwave beams increased the permeability of the blood-brain barrier could be turned into a supplemental weapon to enhance the effects of drugs, bacteria, or poisons.
The calcium-outflow windows discovered by Ross Adey could be used to interfere with the functioning of the entire brain.
In the early 1960s Frey found that when microwaves of 300 to 3,000 megahertz were pulsed at specific rates, humans (even deaf people) could "hear" them. The beam caused a booming, hissing, clicking, or buzzing, depending on the exact frequency and pulse rate, and the sound seemed to come from just behind the head.
At first Frey was ridiculed for this announcement, just like many radar technicians who'd been told they were crazy for hearing certain radar beams. Later work has shown that the microwaves are sensed somewhere in the temporal region just above and slightly in front of the ears. The phenomenon apparently results from pressure waves set up in brain tissue, some of which activate the sound receptors of the inner ear via bone conduction, while others directly stimulate nerve cells inthe auditory pathways. Experiments on rats have shown that a strong signal can generate a sound pressure of 120 decibels, or approximately the level near a jet engine at takeoff.
Obviously such a beam could cause humans severe pain and prevent all voice communication. that the same effect can be used more subtly was demonstrated in 1973 by Dr. Joseph C. Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Sharp, serving as a test subject himself, heard and understood spoken words delivered to him in an echo-free isolation chamber via a pulsed-microwave audiogram (an analog of the word's sound vibrations) beamed into his brain. Such a device has obvious applications in covert operations designed to drive a target crazy with "voices" or deliver undetectable instructions to a programmed assassin. There are also indications that other pulsed frequencies cause similiar pressure waves in other tissues, which could disrupt various metabolic processes. A group under R.G. Olsen and J.D. Grissett at the Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory in Pensacola has already demonstrated such effects in simulated muscle tissue and has a continuing contract to find beams effective against human tissues.
In the 1960s Frey also reported that he could speed up, slow down, or stop isolated frog hearts by synchronizing the pulse rate of a microwave beam with the beat of the heart itself. Similiar results have been obtained using live frogs, indicating that it's technically feasible to produce heart attacks with a ray designed to penetrate the human chest.
In addition to the methods of damaging or killing people with EMR, there are several ways of controlling their behavior. Ross Adey and his colleagues have shown that microwaves modulated in various ways can force specific electrical patterns upon parts of the brain. Working with cats they found that brain waves appearing with conditioned responses could be selectively enhanced by shaping the microwaves with a rhythmic variation in amplitude (height) corresponding to EEG frequencies. For example, a 3-hertz modulation decreased 10-hertz alpha waves in one part of the animal's brain and reinforced 14-hertz beta waves in another location.
Some radar can find a fly a kilometer away or track a human at twenty-five miles, and several researchers have suggested that focused EMR beams of such accuracy could bend the mind much like electrical stimulation of the brain (ESB) through wires. We know of ESB's potential for mindcontrol largely through the work of Jos Delgado. One signal provoked a cat to lick its fur, then continue compulsively licking the floor and bars of its cage. A signal designed to stimulate a portion of a monkey's thalamus, a major midbrain center for integrating muscle movements, triggered a complex reaction: The monkey walked to one side of the cage, then the other, then climbed to the rear ceiling, then back down. The animal performed this same activity as many times as it was stimulated with the signal, up to sixty times an hour, but not blindly - the creature still was able to avoid obstacles and threats from the dominant male while carrying out the electrical imperative. Another type of signal has made monkeys turn their heads, or smile, no matter what else they were doing, up to twenty thousand times in two weeks. As Delgado concluded, "The animals looked like electronic toys."
Even instincts and emotions can be changed: In one test a mother giving continuous care toher baby suddenly pushed the infant away whenever the signal was given. Approach-avoidance conditioning can be achieved for any action simply by stimulating the pleasure and pain centers in an animal's or person's limbic system.
Eventual monitoring of evoked potentials from the EEG, combined with radio- frequency and microwave broadcasts designed to produce specific thoughts or moods, such as compliance and complacency, promises a method of mind control that poses immense danger to all societies - tyranny without terror. Scientists involved in EEG research all say the ability is still years away, but for all we could _sense_ of it, it could be happening right now. Conspiracy theories aside, the hypnotic familiarity of TV and radio, combined with the biological effects of their broadcast beams, may already constitute a similiar force for mass standardization, whether by design or not.
The potential dangers of televised lethargy are no yawning matter. It's well known that relaxed attention to any mildly involving stimulus, such as a movie or TV program, produces a hypnoid state, in which the mind becomes especially receptive to suggestion. Other inducers of hypmoid states include light sleep, daydreams, or short periods of time spent waiting for some predetermined signal or action, such as a traffic light.
The Central Intelligence Agency funded research on electromagnetic mind control at least as early as 1960, when the notorious MKULTRA program, mostly concerned with hypnosis and psychedelic drugs, in- cluded money for adapting bioelectric sensing methods(at that time primarily the EEG) to surveillance and interrogation,as well as for finding "techniques of activation of the human organism by remote electronic means." In testimony before the Senate Sub-committee on Health and Scientific Research on September 21, 1977, MKULTRA director Dr. Sydney Gottlieb recalled: "There was a running interest in what effects people's standing in the field of radio energy have, and it could easily have been that somewhere in the many projects someone was trying to see if you could hypnotize somebody easier if he was standing in a radio beam."
Hypnotists often use a strobe light flashing at alpha-wave frequencies to ease the glide into a trance. It seems forover thirty years the Communist bloc nations have been using an ELF wave form to do the same thing undetectably and perhaps more effectively. Ross Adey recently lost most of his government grants and has become a bit more loquacious about the military and intelligence uses of EMR. In 1983 he organized a public meeting at the Loma Linda VA hospital and released photos and information concerning a Russian Lida machine. This was a small transmitter that emitted 10-hertz waves for tranquilization and enhancement of suggestibility. The most interesting part was that the box had an ancient vacuum-tube design, and a man who'd been a POW in Korea reported that similiar devices had been used there during interrogation.
American interest in the hypnosis-EMR interaction was still strong as of 1974, when a research plan was filed to develop useful techniques in human volunteers. The experimenter, J.F. Schapitz, stated: "In this investigation it will be shown that the spoken word of the hypnotist may also be conveyed by modulated electromagnetic energy directly into the subconscious parts of the human brain--i.e., without employing any technical devices for receiving or transcoding the messages and without the person exposed to such influence having a chance to control the information input consciously." As a preliminary test of the general concept, Schapitz proposed recording the brain waves induced by specific drugs, then modulating them onto a microwave beam and feeding them back into an undrugged person's brain to see if the same state of consciousness could be produced by the beam alone.
Schapitz's main protocol consisted of four experiments. In the first, subjects would be given a test of a hundred questions, ranging from easy to technical, so they all would know some but not all of the answers. Later, while in hypnoid states and not knowing they were being irradiated, these people would be subjected to information beams suggesting answers for some of hte items they'd left blank, amnesia for some of their correct answers, and memory falsification for other correct answers. A new test would check the results two weeks later.
The second experiment was to be the implanting of hypnotic suggestions for simple acts, like leaving the lab to buy some particular item, which were to be triggered by a suggested time, spoken word, or sight. Subjects were to be interviewed later. "It may be expected,: Schapitz wrote, "that they rationalize their behavior and consider it to be undertaken out of their own free will."
In a third test the subjects were to be given two personality tests. Then different responses to certain questions would be repeatedly suggested, and nonpathological personality changes would also be suggested, both to be evaluated by new testing in a month. In some cases the subjects were to be prehypnotized into talking in their sleep, so the microwave programmer could gear the commands to thoughts already in the brain. Finally, attempts would be made to produce the standard tests of deep hypnotic trance, such as muscular rigidity, by microwave beams alone.
Naturally, since this information was voluntarily released via the Freedom of Information Act, it must be taken with a pillar of salt. The results haven't been made public, so the work may have been inconclusive, and the plans may have been released to convince the Soviets and our own public that American mind-control capabilities are greater than they actually are. On the other hand, the actualities may be so far ahead of this research plan that it was tame enough to release in satisfying FOIA requirements.
How many of the EMR weapons possibilities have actually been developed and\or used? Those not privy to classified information have no way of knowing. There are plenty of rumors. Boris Spassky claimed he'd lost the world chess championship to Bobby Fischer because he was being bombarded with confusion rays. I recall hearing about one secret American experiment in which a sceintist was supposedly set up with invitations to three conferences to give the same presentation each time. The first one went fine, but at the last two he was irradiated with ELF waves, reportedly to induce Adey's calcium efflux, and he became confused and ineffective.
Another FOIA release from the Defense Intelligence Agency in 1976 may be revealing. Prepared by Ronald L. Adams and E.A. Williams of Battelle Columbus Laboratories, it'sentitled "Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (Radiowaves and Microwaves), Eurasian Communist Countries." the pages released merely recount Allen Frey's discoveries without mentioning his name, implying instead that only the Reds would be so dastardly as to investigate such things for use as weapons. Immediately after mention of the blood-brain barrier leak phenomenon, a paragraph was deleted, followed by the tantalizing sentence, "The above study is recommended reading material for those consumers who have an interest in the application of microwave energy to weapons." Even without this document, considering the relentless pace of arms development, we would have to be very naive to assume that the United States has no electromagnetic arsenal.
The Soviets may already be using theirs, however, on a scale far beyond that of the Moscow Signal. During the U.S. bicentennial celebration of July 4, 1976, a new radio signals was heard throughout the world. It has remained on the air more or less continuously ever since. Varying up and down through the frequencies between 3.26 and 17.54 megahertz, it is pulse-modulated at a rate of several times a second, so it sounds like a buzz saw or woodpecker. It was soon traced to an enormous transmitter near Kiev in the Soviet Ukraine.
The signal is so strong it drowns out anything else on its wavelength. When it first appeared,the UN International Telecommunications Union protested because it interfered with several communications channels, including the emergency frequencies for aircraft on transoceanic flights. Now the woodpecker leaves "holes"; it skips the crucial frequencies as it moves up and down the spectrum. The signal is maintained at enormous expense from a current total of seven nations, the seven most powerful radio transmitters in the world.
Within a year or two after the woodpecker began tapping, there were persistent complaints of unaccountable symptoms from people in several cities of the United States and Canada, primarily Eugene, Oregon. The sensations - pressure and pain in the head, anxiety, fatigue, insomnia, lack of coordination, and numbness, accompanied by a high-pitched ringing in the ears - were characteristic of strong radio-frequency or microwave irradiation. In Oregon, between Eugene and Corvallis, a powerful radio signal centering on 4.75 megahertz was monitored, at higher levels in the air than on the ground. Several unsatisfactory theories were advanced, including emanations from winter-damaged power lines, but most engineers who studied the signal concluded that it was a manifestation of the woodpecker. The idea was advanced that it was being directed to Oregon by a Tesla magnifying transmitter. This apparatus, devised by Nikola Tesla during his turn-of-the-century experiments on wireless global power transmission at a laboratory near Pikes Peak, hasn't been much studied in the West. It reportedly enables atransmitter to beam a radio signal _through_ the earth to any desired point on its surface, while maintaining or even increasing the signal's power as it emerges. Paul Brodeur has suggested that, since the TRW company once proposed a Navy ELF communications system using an existing 850-mile power line that ended in Oregon, the Eugene phenomenon might have been the interaction between a Navy broadcast and Soviet jamming.
Be that as it may, the woodpecker continues in operation, and there are several unsettling possibilities as to its main purpose. A former chief of naval research has privately discounted the idea that it's directed against the U.S.population. However, Robert Beck, a Los Angeles physicist who regularly serves as a DOD consultant, toldme that the signal has a threefold purpose. He said it acts as a crude over-the-horizon radar that would pick up a massive first strike of U.S. missles if Soviet spy satellites and other detectors were knocked out. Second, the signal's modulations are an ELF medium for communicating with submarines underwater. Third, he claimed the signal has a biological by-product about whichhe promised further information. Of course, I haven't been able to contact him since.
Several educated guesses can be made, however. Adey's research suggests that the best way to get an ELF signal into an animal is to make it a pulse modulation of a high-frequency radio signal. That's exactly what the woodpecker is. Within its frequency range, it could be beamed to any part ofthe world, and it would be picked up and reradiated by the power supply grid at its destination.
Raymond Damadian has theorized that the woodpecker signal is designed to induce nuclear magnetic resonance in human tissues. Damadian, a radiologist at Brooklyn's Downstate Medical Center, patented the first NMR scanner, a device that gives an image of internal organs similiar to CAT scanners but using magnetic fields rather than nuclear radiation. As mentioned earlier in this chapter, NMR could greatly magnify the metabolic interference of electropollution or EMR weapons. Maria Reichmanis calculated the pulse frequency that would be required to do this with a radio signal in the woodpecker's range, and she came up with a band centered on the same old alpha rhythm of 10 hertz. And in fact, the signal's pulse is genrally about that rate, although it is often a two-part modulation of 4 + 6, 7 + 3, and so on. The available evidence, then, suggests that the Russian woodpecker is a multipurpose radiation that combines a submarine link with an experimental attack on the American people. It may be intended to increase cancer rates, interfere with decision-making ability, and/or sow confusion and irritation. It may be succeeding.
I keep hearing persistent rumors of American transmitters set up to try to nullify the Russians' signal or to affect their people in a similiar way. In 1978, Stefan Rednip, an American reporter living in England, claimed access to purloined CIA documents proving the existence of a program called Operation Pique, which included bouncing radio signals off the ionosphere to affect the mental functions of peoplein selected areas, including Eastern European nuclear installations.
The whole business sounds too much like an undeclared electrmagnetic war. however, there are persistent complaints that the American effort is being hampered in a strange way. Shortly after the rigged National Academy of Sciences report on Project Seafarer, for example, the Navy sent a delegation to a meeting at the National Security Agency to complain about an alleged "zap gap" between the United States and the USSR, and to ask other delegates to push for more research money for turning nonthermal EMR effects into weapons. According to one of my Navy contacts, the NSA sent several "experts" who had never done any research on EMR and who firmly advised the Navy to abandon its program. Later he voiced the same suspicions I'd already heard from others: Given the allegedly vigorous Soviet electroweapons research program and the underfunding of ours, he concluded that there is a mole highly placed in the American military science establishment, perhaps in the NSA itself, who is preventing us from acquiring any clear competence in this field.
Unfortunately, my source, having served as a hatchet man for defunding research on the environmental dangers of electropollution, isn't exactly reliable. Complaints of a mole could easily be a blind for a large and intense U.S. EMR weapons program. That there's more going on than meets the eye is clear from my last communication with Dietrich Beischer. In 1977 the Erie Magnetics COmpany of Buffalo, New York, sponsored a small private conference, and Beischer and I both planned to attend. Just before the meeting, I got acall from him. With no preamble or explanation, he blurted out: "I'm at a pay phone. I can't talk long. They are watching me. I can't come to the meeting or ever communicate with you again. I'm sorry. You've been a good friend. Good-bye." Soon afterward I called his office at Pensacola and was told, "I'm sorry, there is no one here by that name," just as in the movies. A guy who had done important research there for decades just disappeared.
The crucial point to me is that both sides may be embarking on hostilities whose consequences for the whole biosphere no one can yet foresee. Even if the Soviets have begun an electrmagnetic war and we're totally unprepared to fight back, I doubt that a simple buildup and retaliation are the best course for our own survival.
The extent of the danger can be dramatized best by considering one last potential weapon. Around 1900, Nikola Tesla theorized that ELF and VLF radiation could enter the magnetosphere, the magnetic field in space around the earth, and change its structure. He has recently been proven right.
The magnetosphere and it Van Allen belts of trapped particles produce many kinds of EMR. SInce they were initially studied through audio amplifiers, the first kinds to be discovered, around 1920, were given fanciful names like whistlers, dawn chorus, and lion roars. Many of them result from VLF waves produced by lightning, which bounce back and forth from pole to pole along "magnetic ducts" in the magnetosphere. This resonance amplifies the original VLF waves enormously.
Satellite measurements have proven that artificial energies from power lines are similarly amplified high above the earth, a phenomenon known as power-line harmonic resonance (PLHR). Radio and microwave energy also resonantes in the magnetosphere. This amplified energy interacts with the particles in the Van Allen belts, producing heat, light, X-rays, and, most important, a "fallout" of charged particles that serve as nuclei for raindrops.
Recent work with sounding rockets has matched specific areas of such ion precipitation with the energy from specific radio stations, and established that the sifting down of charged particles generally occurs east of the EMR source, following the general eastward drift of weather patterns. In 1983, measurements from the Ariel 3 and 4 weather satellites showed that the enormous amount of PLHR over North America had created a permanent duct from the magnetosphere down into the upper air, resulting in a continuous release of ions and energy over the whole continent. In presenting this data at the March 1983 Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility in Zurich, K. Bullough reminded the audience that thunderstorms have been 25 percent more frequent over North America between 1930 and 1975 than they were from 1900 to 1930, and suggested that the increased energy levels in the upper atmosphere were responsible.
Since the mid-1970s there has been a dramatic increase in flooding, drought, and attendant hardships due to inconsistent, anomolous weather patterns. It appears likely that these have been caused in part by electropollution and perhaps enhanced, whether deliberately or not, by the Soviet woodpecker signal. It now seems feasible to induce catastrophic climate change over a target country, and even without such weather warfare, continued expansion of the electrical power system threatens the viability of a
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I haven't check all the pages of this thread, but what I could see at a glance is that there's overwhelming amounts of data and info. I've been researching this subject on and off...
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I haven't check all the pages of this thread, but what I could see at a glance is that there's overwhelming amounts of data and info. I've been researching this subject on and off...
I'd like to hear your opinion about Dr. Nick Begich
I think Dr. Nick Begich is a Hero, gets a big thumbs up from me.
I was on a phone conference with him a few months ago, but there was a lot of TI's on and I did not get to ask any questions but is was well informative.
Dr Nick has a lot of info about many subjects and delievers them well so lay man like my self can understand, He aslo sticks to what has been scientific proven and done, so he might not report on whats happning now but whats been published and admited already.
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ScienceDaily (Aug. 4, 2008) — Doctors who assist in torture or other forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment should face prosecution and licensing punishments, says an editorial on the British Medical Journal website.


Steven Miles from the Center for Bioethics at the University of Minnesota, says that more doctors are involved in torturing prisoners than in treating torture survivors. But doctors who assist in torture rarely face professional consequences. He argues that the medical profession must not only dissociate itself from torture but actively investigate and sanction offenders.

More than 100 countries condone the use of torture and up to half of torture survivors report that a doctor was present and oversaw the abuse.

Miles points out that while medical societies are quick to condemn doctors participating in torture abroad, they are not so vocal when it comes to what is taking place in their own country.

In addition, while medical societies support ethical codes that ban doctors from assisting in torture, such as the World Medical Association's Declaration of Tokyo, in practice their policy is to do little, and doctors typically remain exempt from punishment, he writes.

Miles believes that national medical councils and licensing agencies should ensure that doctors who comply with torture can be punished for breaching medical ethics. This has happened in some countries after the torturing regimes have lost power. For example, the Chilean Medical Society expelled six doctors for overseeing torture during Pinochet's rule, and in South Africa two doctors were punished for failing to report or treat Steven Biko for a fatal head injury inflicted by police. But such examples are rare.

Miles calls for all medical societies to state that abetting torture is a punishable breach of professional conduct for which there are no term limits. Such codes would lay the foundation for holding doctors accountable for torture after a torturing regime loses power, he says.

"Governments that practice torture need doctors. The medical accomplices of torture must not rest in the confidence that they can violate civil society and the ethics of medicine with impunity", he concludes.
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The Department of Homeland Security is moving towards implementing a provision of the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 otherwise known as the thought crimes bill. This is despite the fact that the legislation has not been signed into law. The House version of the bill HR 1955 was passed by a margin of 404-6 where as the Senate version of the bill S 1959 is still awaiting action. One of the bill’s provisions gives the Department of Homeland Security the authority to fund a University based Center of Excellence to study ways to thwart what the government believes are extremist belief systems and radical ideologies of individual Americans. Another words, if the government doesn’t like the way you think, they are going to have teams of social scientists and behavioral experts trying to figure out the best way to deal with you. As it turns out, the Department of Homeland Security is already funding a Center of Excellence to study thought criminals in the United States at the University of Maryland. This shows that it doesn’t matter if S 1959 is defeated or not, as they are moving forward with this agenda with or without Congressional approval. In reality, Congress is nothing more than a staged circus to make people falsely believe that they actually have a say in what the government does. The Department of Homeland Security is funding research to setup an Orwellian system to deal with political dissenters under the guise of fighting terrorism and they care not if it is in accordance with what the people want. Another words, be prepared for the possibility of a future with re-education camps as a real life Ministry of Love system is implemented.

The following is taken from Security Products Online detailing the Department of Homeland Security’s funding of this Center of Excellence that will study thought crimes or as they like to call it the threat of homegrown terrorism and violent radicalization.

A team of more than 50 social scientists, armed with new federal funding, will extend its research into radicalization and the formation of terrorist groups in the United States and abroad. The researchers will also study the effectiveness of counter-terror strategies, as well as efforts to build community resilience to attacks.

Now, let’s take a look at section 899D of HR 1955 and we’ll see that what’s proposed in the bill has for all intents and purposes already become a reality.

`SEC. 899D. CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE STUDY OF VIOLENT RADICALIZATION AND HOMEGROWN TERRORISM IN THE UNITED STATES.




`(a) Establishment- The Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish or designate a university-based Center of Excellence for the Study of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism in the United States (hereinafter referred to as `Center’) following the merit-review processes and procedures and other limitations that have been previously established for selecting and supporting University Programs Centers of Excellence. The Center shall assist Federal, State, local and tribal homeland security officials through training, education, and research in preventing violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism in the United States. In carrying out this section, the Secretary may choose to either create a new Center designed exclusively for the purpose stated herein or identify and expand an existing Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence so that a working group is exclusively designated within the existing Center of Excellence to achieve the purpose set forth in subsection (b).

`(b) Purpose- It shall be the purpose of the Center to study the social, criminal, political, psychological, and economic roots of violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism in the United States and methods that can be utilized by Federal, State, local, and tribal homeland security officials to mitigate violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism.

`(c) Activities- In carrying out this section, the Center shall–

`(1) contribute to the establishment of training, written materials, information, analytical assistance and professional resources to aid in combating violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism;

`(2) utilize theories, methods and data from the social and behavioral sciences to better understand the origins, dynamics, and social and psychological aspects of violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism;

`(3) conduct research on the motivational factors that lead to violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism; and

`(4) coordinate with other academic institutions studying the effects of violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism where appropriate.

The Department of Homeland Security is providing roughly $12 Million over 3 years to fund this research. Among the planned research includes building a database of U.S. extremist crime, studying how social networks spread thought crime, tracking sympathy and support for terrorism in the United States among various communities, studying the phony European white Al-Qaeda threat and much more.

The government has no business funding research studying the political beliefs of people and determining who may or may not be a potential terrorist based upon a vague definition of homegrown terrorism and violent radicalization. In fact, the definitions of these terms as defined in HR 1955 and S 1959 are up to the interpretation of the government. This means that a homegrown terrorist could potentially be anybody the government doesn’t like. Not only is it unconstitutional, but it opens up the flood gates for a tyranny only theorized in novels like George Orwell’s 1984. The social scientists that are being funded in this program could potentially suggest the implementation of programs that could include the round up of people for re-education based upon any sort of criteria even if no real crime has been committed. Literally, the Department of Homeland Security is funding research to go after people who have political beliefs and ideologies that are contrary to the agenda of the establishment. Unfortunately for the American people, they are employing the services of some very smart people to do this. Who knows what these people will come up with but considering what they’ve already done, it won’t be in the best interest of freedom.

In the Soviet Union, political dissidents and intellectuals were labeled crazy and put in mental institutions or slave labor camps. Could the same thing happen in the United States? After these scientists finish their research, it very well could considering what we see with the militarization of police and growing technological spy grid here in the United States. How can we assume that their recommendations will defend liberty when everything else the government has done in order to fight this phony terror threat has been contrary to the principles of freedom?

Particularly interesting is how they are concerned about activity on the Internet. Many freedom oriented radio networks and web sites have been formed over the past decade to protest what is becoming an increasingly corrupt and criminal government. The free flow of information is a real threat to the establishment and they are scrambling for ways to determine how to put the lid on it.

In closing, it is disturbing that the Department of Homeland Security would fund a program before a bill authorizing the action is signed into law. The provisions in the thought crimes bill represent the potential for total despotism and tyranny and even if a few of the provisions are implemented like this Center for Excellence funding, it marks a severe threat for liberty. These government terrorists must be defeated and there needs to be an investigation into the funding of this research which is unconstitutional on its face.
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Old 09-08-2008, 02:45 AM   #1031
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I think Dr. Nick Begich is a Hero, gets a big thumbs up from me.
I was on a phone conference with him a few months ago, but there was a lot of TI's on and I did not get to ask any questions but is was well informative.
Dr Nick has a lot of info about many subjects and delievers them well so lay man like my self can understand, He aslo sticks to what has been scientific proven and done, so he might not report on whats happning now but whats been published and admited already.
Well, that's more or less the impression I've had about him, but since I just came across the guy I was looking for an expert's opinion to cross check him. I'll be checking more closely his material and definitely the tones of information on thread also.
I must say you're doing a great job here, bringing awareness to people about this all important matter, that some (and correct me if I'm wrong) don't seem to take seriously enough.

Thanks for your answer Deca, I appreciated.
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Well, that's more or less the impression I've had about him, but since I just came across the guy I was looking for an expert's opinion to cross check him. I'll be checking more closely his material and definitely the tones of information on thread also.
I must say you're doing a great job here, bringing awareness to people about this all important matter, that some (and correct me if I'm wrong) don't seem to take seriously enough.

Thanks for your answer Deca, I appreciated.
Thanks, I am apart of a growing TI comunity , and thanks to them and others there is a lot of good info coming out, I just hopefully gather and present it and add my twist to it.
yeah people need to wise up to this quick, I believe its a big part of the NWO agenda but gets little attention.
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Old 09-08-2008, 01:48 PM   #1033
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We envision about 70 satellites 120-200 miles up in orbits that gives
> the entire system full coverage of the entire planet 24/7 and for any
> instant in time Each satellite is in continuous linkage to ground
> stations and to other ( adjacent or near adjacent) satellite
>
>
>
>
> The IRIDIUM SATELLITE SYSTEM as an example of a presently working
> satellite system that can cover the entire glob with under 70
> satellites.
>
> [ see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iridium_
> (satellite)
>
> The Iridium satellite constellation is a system of 66 active
> communication satellites with spares in orbit and on the ground. It
> allows worldwide voice and data communications using handheld devices.
> The Iridium network is unique in that it covers the whole earth,
> including poles, oceans and airways] Hence the envisioned system would
> not be sci-fi stuff.
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>
>
>
>
> OPERATION
>
> What I am talking about is kind of like radar. The orbiting phased
> array sends out a signal, then picks up and sorts out the return
signal
> and then determine that what they have is a human target. The same
> "radar beam" ( it is GHZ or terahertz so it is not actually radar)
fires
> neurons, probes your mind etc to determine exactly WHO the target is
and
> does the mind assault activity, (v2K, pain-center ,
> image-to-consciousness ITC etc.)
>
>
>
> . Let us assume they have the signal on a target. So signals are being
> directed from the satellite to the targets. [ Since it is phased array
> they can track thousands of targets simultaneously. Recall , the
> original technology, upon which I am envision this to be based, was
> designed to track hundreds of incoming warheads each traveling at
about
> 22,000 mph..
>
>
>
> So tracking thousands of human who can travel no more than 650 mph
when
> flying in a commercial airline, is a comparative piece of cake!]
>
> These signals hit the ( a) target interact with the issue cells etc.
of
> the target, and then the frequencies and amplitudes that constitute
the
> incoming signals are altered. This altered incoming signal now becomes
> the outgoing signal to be detected by the SQUID detectors on the
> satellite.
>
> From the rapid computer processing and comparison of sent signal to
> received signal, it can be deduces which tissue are we examining here
> which neurons are we examining here.
>
> So they ( or the ground based computer) says " We have neurons in the
> auditory cortex" The beam is then rapidly intensified, either by
> increasing the focus and or the power .
>
> Now there is a phenomenon of physics where if a laser or maser beam is
> intensified it produces a strong local electric field in the immediate
> vicinity of the beam. [See Physics Today, Jan. 1990 pg 22-28 for a
> ultrahigh intensity application of this principle] This electric
field
> would be strong enough to open of close sodium channels on the neuron
> thee by causing it to fire on not fire depending on the neuron or
> synapse conditions.
>
> If done with the correct sequence in both time and space you will
> interpret these excited auditory neurons as; V2K!
> "Goal accomplished " they would say.
> " Violation of my rights and person", you would say. " I am taking
this
> to the Hague!"
>
> And they continue monitoring the return signals to deduce your
> 'thoughts".
>
>
>
> We also have what we think are pictures taken from earth using special
> optical equipment
>
>
>
>
>
> See http://www.rense.com/general79/wdx1.htm
>
>
>
>
> But page is having "bandwidth problems". Yea. Right.
>
>
>
>
> >>>>>>>>>>
>
>
>
>
> PS We must all remain calm objective and focused at this time.
>
> The NWO ( whomever) is responsible for this system and its violations
> against us, its victim, is working overtime now.
>
>
>
>
> What I have outlined above seems OBJECTIVELY feasible. The
perpetrators
> are/will be using all manner of arguments and strategies to obscure
the
> facts. I hope we will all remain objective and focused: we want the
> violations to stop ( I want it to stop for me and I am sure you all
want
> it to stop for yourselves as individuals)
>
>
>
>
>
> I can sense/detect the increased anxiety levels of the perpetrators.
I
> came across this today
>
>
>
>
> The bottom line is that Bush is now expected to introduce Martial Law
on
> or before 30th September 2008
>
> - - since this date marks the end of the Fiscal Year, when revelations
> about the true state of the economy - and the questionable practices
of
> the Federal Reserve - are likely to result in riots in the streets and
> stockbrokers, bankers and financiers throwing themselves off the roofs
> of their buildings! It is not certain what pretext Bush proposes to
use
> to 'justify' the imposition of Martial Law, but keep an eye on any War
> Games scheduled to take place in September 2008
>
> [ or falseflags or Iran War]
>
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Old 10-08-2008, 08:49 PM   #1034
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Supplying the surgeons
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Enlarge imageWilliam Burke

The resurrection men
In seeking respectability, Cheselden had unwittingly set surgery on a darker path. There were plenty of trainee surgeons, but they had nothing to train on. It was possible to get hold of bodies in the 18th century, but public executions provided the only legitimate source of corpses, and it was not easy for students of anatomy to claim the bodies. The family of the condemned man would usually try to get the body back as soon as possible, since in some cases it was possible to revive a hanged man. In any case, there remained a strong belief that in order to stand a chance of redemption, a corpse should be left intact. Dissection was equivalent to damnation.

There were simply not enough bodies supplied by the hangman's gallows to meet demand. Elsewhere in Europe, anatomy schools were allowed to take bodies from poor hospitals. In Britain, surgeons had to take more extreme measures. Medical historian Ruth Richardson says: 'Bodysnatching started to happen all over the place. Anatomists ... spawned a new profession: resurrection men.' These grave robbers became the scourge of the bereaved. Watchtowers were built within cemeteries so that people could keep an eye out for bodysnatchers. Some rich people were buried within mort-safes, fortress graves complete with walls and gates to keep the grave robbers out. Gangs of resurrection men competed for business as anatomists competed to find the best suppliers of fresh corpses. As demand grew, the quest for bodies became ever more desperate.

Burke and Hare
The professional credibility that the Hunters, among others, managed to establish for surgeons in the 18th century was destroyed in the early 19th century. Grave robbing continued apace. The trade in backstreet corpses thrived in Edinburgh, then the epicentre of surgical training. Two particular suppliers – William Burke and William Hare – gained a reputation for themselves as suppliers of the freshest corpses available. Their corpses had never been buried – in fact, they had never left the guesthouse which the two men ran, and where they were smothered.

The murderers supplied corpses to, among others, Robert Knox, a celebrated anatomist and the most popular lecturer at the city's Medical School, who attracted as many as 500 students per class. Experts believe that Knox must have known that the corpses he was receiving had met a sticky end, but that he turned a blind eye. Ruth Richardson says: 'If Knox was as brilliant an anatomist as everybody said, he should have had some knowledge that these bodies had been killed.'

For this reason, once the murderers were found out (Hare eventually informed on his partner), the fact that Knox went unpunished, without so much as making an apology, caused outrage. Demonstrations against him turned to rioting. His effigy was ripped apart – an indication of what the public thought surgeons did to the dead.

Parliament was forced to act, and the Anatomy Act of 1832 put an end to grave robbing and murder. Unclaimed bodies from the poor house were made available for anatomists to practice on.
Now these Cu*ts are after or brains!!!
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December 10th - 12th was the 2007 Directed Energy & Non-Lethal Weapons Conference hosted by the IDGA (Institute for Defense and Government Advancement) and held at Georgetown University in Washington DC. I haven’t been able to find much detail yet but Sharon Weinberger has a couple of articles in her Wired blog.

First is the DSLAD or Distributed Sound and Light Array Debilitator which uses a combination of light and sound to produce effects like dizziness, loss of balance and nausea.

The other article is about the quest for sonic weapons -

At least for sound weapons, that now may be changing. A military-funded lab is pushing to get approval to conduct human testing at 130Db to see if, in that range, sound could have a “deterrent effect” (beyond just being loud and annoying). As Nicholas C. Nicholas, the Chief Scientist at Penn State’s Applied Research Laboratory, said today at a nonlethal weapons conference. “Behavior modification is next logical step [in testing],” he said.
Another weapon featured at the conference is the Pulsed Energy Projectile -

Pulsed Energy Projectile or PEP is a technology of non-lethal weaponry currently under development by the U.S. military. It involves the emission of an invisible laser pulse which, upon contact with the target, evaporates the surface and creates a small amount of exploding plasma; this results in a sound and shock wave that stuns the target as well as in electromagnetic radiation that affects nerve cells and causes a painful sensation. The technology can also be used as a lethal weapon, and indeed an early name was Pulsed Impulsive Kill Laser (PIKL).
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Ghostly magnetism explained
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Ghostly magnetism explained
By Arran Frood


British psychologists have published research findings which they believe go some way towards explaining why people think they see or feel ghosts.

Dr Michael Persinger thinks more research is needed
The study - in which hundreds of volunteers were taken around two allegedly haunted locations - found that people reported having more unusual experiences in the specific places at each location which are considered most haunted.

The researchers think this can be explained by the way people react to environmental cues, such as subtle drafts, and in particular visual factors, like low lighting.

The research also threw up evidence suggesting a link between magnetic fields and ghostly sightings.

At both Hampton Court Palace, in Surrey, and the South Bridge Vaults in Edinburgh, the variance in local magnetic fields was highest in the areas thought to be most haunted, and lowest in areas where people typically did not record experiencing ghostly phenomena.

The variations in magnetic fields were incredibly small - about 100 times less than you get from sitting about a metre away from your TV - but the researchers think the findings are significant.

"The correlations between ghostly activity and magnetic variance were relatively large and tie in with laboratory findings that suggest varying magnetic fields have a measurable effect on human physiology," said Dr Paul Stevens, of the Koestler Parapsychology Unit at Edinburgh University, who obtained the magnetic field measurements at both sites.

Trial and error

Some studies have previously shown that variation in normal electromagnetic (EM) fields, when applied to certain parts of the brain like the temporal lobes, can result in experiences from the physical, like being touched, to the metaphysical, such as feeling close to God.


DO GHOSTS EXIST?
People do have consistent experiences in consistent places, but I think that this is driven by visual factors mainly, and perhaps some other environmental cues

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"When the shapes of these magnetic fields are reproduced in the laboratory and generated across the brains of volunteers 'the sensed presence', fear, and other experiences are reported," said Dr Michael Persinger, of the Laurentian University, Ontario, Canada.

"However, both in the field and in the lab, the details of the experiences are strongly affected by the expectations of the subject as well as their sensitivity to the EM fields."

A professor of neuroscience, Persinger's results are very similar to those just revealed in the UK by Dr Wiseman and his colleagues.

"When we measure houses where pervasive haunts occur, the place where the occupants find they can sleep, by trial and error, has the most consistent and normal field strengths," said Dr Persinger.

"The high-density haunt areas, usually not more than about one or two metres in diameter, are very electromagnetically noisy."

Further research

So does this mean that ghosts don't exist at all?

"A likely explanation is that the 'ghost' component is primarily derived from the direct effects of the stimulation of the natural physical events upon the observer's brain," said Dr Persinger.

"However, science is the pursuit of the unknown. There may be stimuli present we still have to measure."


Dr Wiseman's team used hundreds of volunteers
Not everyone is so easily convinced, and they point out that the magnetic field variation results do not explain every ghostly phenomenon.

How for instance, can groups of people perceive the same ghost or feel the same presence, when hallucinatory experiences are typically individual and very subjective?

Tony Cornell, author and a paranormal researcher for over 50 years, thinks there is some way to go.

Open mind

"Since 1852, science has been trying to find an easy answer, and it would be nice if we had a simple answer but we do not; the magnetic wave theory is too simple."

A vice president of the Society for Psychical Research, based in London, he points out that the same apparitions revisit many haunted sites - something not predicted or explained by the magnetic wave theory.

"I'm not going to say they haven't got the answers, but these experiments seem to be one-offs," Tony Cornell said.

"We need more repeatable answers. Scientists can switch lights on and off, but can they switch the ghosts on and off? No they can't."

His own experiments on magnetic fields have yielded mixed results, though he remains optimistic that the answers are coming.

"We persevere. The answer will come eventually. An open mind is what is always needed."

The research conducted at Hampton Court Palace and the South Bridge Vaults is reported in the British Journal of Psychology by Dr Richard Wiseman and colleagues
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Army Funds 'Synthetic Telepathy' Research
By Noah Shachtman August 18, 2008 | 2:28:00 PMCategories: Bizarro, Science!
The Army has given a team of University of California researchers a $4 million grant to study the foundations of "synthetic telepathy." But unlike old-school mind-melds, this seemingly psychic communication would be computer-mediated. The University of California, Irvine explains:

The brain-computer interface would use a noninvasive brain imaging technology like electroencephalography to let people communicate thoughts to each other. For example, a soldier would "think" a message to be transmitted and a computer-based speech recognition system would decode the EEG signals. The decoded thoughts, in essence translated brain waves, are transmitted using a system that points in the direction of the intended target.

All across the military, there's interest in translating thoughts into computer code, and vice versa. Darpa-funded researchers have taught monkeys how to control robotic limbs with their thoughts. Defense contractor Northrop Grumman is building binoculars that tap the unconscious mind. Honeywell has built a system that monitors pre-conscious nueral firings, to help pick out targets in satellite imagery. The JASONs, the Pentagon's premiere scientific advisory board, has warned of the dangers of enemies implanted with brain-computer interfaces. And the Defense Intelligence Agency just released a report, saying the military needs to spend more on neuroscience - up to and including "mak[ing] the enemy obey our commands."
Hope these arsholes remember to build a thought filter/firewall there really are some thoughts you just don`t want to share/transmit!!
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Doing things that don't make sense
I've done plenty of ill-advised things in my time as a journalist. There was the time I took a 50,000 volt hit from a Taser gun, for instance. But I'm not sure I've ever done anything as strange as letting someone take over my body.

That particular episode took place just round the corner from the New Scientist offices, at University College London's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. I didn't go with the intention of having becoming someone's puppet. I went to talk to the neuroscientist Patrick Haggard about the illusion of free will.

We started off playing with the Libet experiment, which demonstrates how conscious intention seems to lag a few milliseconds behind the brain's initiation of a movement (an impression that more recent research suggests may be misleading).

Then Haggard mentioned that direct stimulation of the correct part of the brain can cause involuntary movements. This was discovered by Itzhak Fried of the University of California, Los Angeles, in the early 1990s. Fried was implanting electrodes in the brains of epileptic patients when they told him they were experiencing the desire to move a particular part of their body. When Fried ramped up the current to the electrodes, the patient performed exactly the move they had described.

As soon as Haggard offered me the chance to try something similar, I signed the disclaimer and followed him down to the basement. Haggard didn't operate: he didn't need to. Instead, he held what looked like a huge yellow clockwork key over my skull. Then he pressed a button, and the key's "transcranial magnetic stimulation" induced a small current in my brain.

One of my fingers moved.

He shifted the position of the key slightly and pressed the button again. A different finger moved. If he had ramped up the current in his magnets and found the right place on my skull, he could have moved my arms or legs. It was like being someone else's puppet, and I didn't like it one bit.

That was probably the strangest experience I had while researching my book 13 Things That Don't Make Sense, which started life as a wildly popular New Scientist feature back in 2005. By comparison, being electrocuted in order to experience the placebo effect (an afternoon I'm writing about for a New Scientist feature that'll appear in due course) was nowhere near as odd. But I had plenty of other odd experiences while researching the book.

In the original article, I had just a couple of paragraphs in which to explore each anomaly. For the book I got the chance to dig a lot deeper, and the experience was suitably rewarding. Among other things, I ended up being followed around Los Alamos, meeting a man who got himself infected with a giant virus, finding myself (looking rather embarrassed) in a group photo of cold fusion researchers, discovering the basement secrets of a homeopathic pharmacy and talking about the rules of attraction with a transgendered professor, but - hey - it's all part of the job.

Read Jennifer Ouellette's review of 13 Things That Don't Make Sense from New Scientist magazine.
I get a lot of body manlipuation
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Clear Pictures of How We Think
Rowan Hooper 11.20.04
We've all had recourse to say: "My head tells me to do one thing, but my heart says do the other." Sometimes we are forced to make a decision but we feel ourselves to be pulled in opposite directions by reason and emotion.

Thanks to an innovation that has transformed the study of the mind, scientists are now able to see precisely what happens in the brain in situations like this. For the first time in history we are getting close to answering the question of whether the heart rules the head.

The progress is due to functional magnetic-resonance imaging, or fMRI.

This technique allows the measurement of the level of oxygen in the blood, and tells scientists which parts of the brain are most active. It can show, for example, the parts of the brain that operate when we fall in love and when we have food cravings. It has even recently revealed the differences in the brains of Democrats and Republicans.

But the technique also holds out the promise of answering deep questions about our most cherished human characteristics. For example, do we have an inbuilt moral sense, or do we learn what is right and wrong as we grow up? And which is stronger: emotions or logic?

Before fMRI, information about the parts of the brain involved in different tasks could only be gathered by studying people who had suffered brain damage from trauma or stroke, and seeing how their brain function changed. Now, the brains of healthy people can be scanned as they are given different tasks.

"fMRI has provided striking evidence in favor of some theories and against others," said Joshua Greene, of Princeton University's Department of Psychology. "But I don't think the real payoff has hit yet. That will come when we have successful computational theories of complex decision-making, ones that describe decision-making at the level of neural circuits."

Greene, together with Jonathan Cohen, professor of psychology at Princeton, is using fMRI to look at the factors that influence moral judgment.

To do so, the researchers scan the brains of volunteers while posing them fiendishly tricky dilemmas. For example, imagine you and your neighbors are hiding in a cellar from marauding enemy soldiers. Your baby starts to cry. If he continues, the soldiers will discover your hiding place and kill you all. The only way to save yourself and the others is to silence your baby -- by smothering him to death. What do you do?

Clearly, you would feel intense emotions, and this shows on the brain scan. But you would also be forced to make a logical assessment of the situation, and this shows up on the brain scan too. Areas involved in abstract reasoning and those that process emotions light up.

In other words, when processing a difficult and personal moral dilemma, we really are of two minds. Greene found that if the dilemma is not so personal, the reasoning part of the brain is dominant.

When a dispute exists between two sides, say in a court of law or in a territorial land claim, there is often a mediator. So too, it seems, the brain has one too. Researchers found a region called the anterior cingulate cortex, believed to be involved in mediating conflict, was highly active in brains struggling with the crying baby scenario.

Greene and colleagues showed a neurological basis for the phrase "of two minds," and that both compete for dominance. So does the heart rule the head? Answer: Sometimes. But the head doesn't give in without a fight.
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And we can use fMRI to go further, and examine how we got to be the way we are. Belgian professor Guy Orban, head of the division of neurophysiology at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, uses fMRI to tackle evolutionary questions about the brain. His experimental subjects look at rotating 3-D images while their brains are being scanned -- but unlike Greene, Orban's subjects include monkeys as well as humans.

Orban's research shows pronounced differences in the way the two species process 3-D images. Humans show activity in regions of the brain (in the visual and intraparietal cortex) that have no clear counterpart in monkeys.

"The results suggest that, as humans evolved, some portions of their brains adapted to produce specific abilities, such as controlling fine motor skills," said Orban.

So if we have evidence that human brains have evolved spatial processing abilities from monkey brains -- and it seems that we do -- could we have evolved moral abilities from our primate ancestors too?

Sarah Brosnan, of Emory University, Atlanta, has shown that the idea is plausible. She found that trained monkeys have a sense of fairness: They refuse to work if a fellow monkey doing the same job is seen to receive tastier food items as payment.

"Everything that evolves is a modified version of something else that already evolved," said Greene. "If you can trace the evolutionary history of the structures involved in a certain kind of thinking then perhaps you can make the case that the thinking in question is shaped by the creature's evolutionary history."

This kind of thinking is what led Dr. Andreas Bartels, now at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tubingen, Germany, to propose (on the basis of fMRI work) that romantic love evolved from maternal love.

Similarly, Dr. Val Curtis of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine published work earlier this year showing that our sense of disgust has evolved to protect us from disease. That sense of hygiene, said Greene, might be the basis for so-called higher senses, such as moral feelings.

Greene is currently working on this idea. "For example," he said, "we might describe the behavior of someone who takes bribes as disgusting. I think that's more than a simple, learned metaphor."

Greene believes that although cultural influences on morals are strong, an important genetic element is also present. "Much of what we think of as culturally learned or individually reasoned in moral judgment," he said, "may turn out to be driven primarily by evolutionary forces."

Everyone has heard kids in the schoolyard call each other "animals" in response to some childish comment or behavior. What the work using fMRI is doing is reminding us that we are all animals. And even our human senses and morals come from them.
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