Brain scans allow researchers to know exactly what a person is imagining, according to scientists decoding images directly from the brain and saying that with more studies, this new technology could help "treat" people. Human rights abuses involving mind control, however, are more advanced and common than the public is aware, although painfully revealed by torture victims, including many…Continue
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by Zen Gardner
This phenomenon can seem apparent but it’s quite profound when you break it down. If you watch any mainstream propaganda with an alert viewpoint it appears clear at the outset, but the underlying mechanics may be surprising. Not only are American minds in particular being targeted for total subversion and coercion, but this systematic method of…Continue
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Robert Holmes, the shooting suspect's father, is a senior lead scientist with …Continue
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Neuroscientists may one day be able to hear the imagined speech of a patient unable to speak due to stroke or paralysis, according to University of California, Berkeley, researchers.
In this edition of the PLoS Podcast, PLoS Biology Editor Ruchir Shah interviews Brian Pasley and Robert (Bob) Knight from UC Berkeley. Brian is a postdoc in Bob's lab, and Bob is the Director of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Center at Berkeley.
Essentially, they were able to decode activity…
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Checkout this subliminal way of enticing people to carry on smoking when they gave up.
These are just wind turbines to a normal person but to a guy or gal who is trying to quit! they are much more.
Watch and see and please let me know what you think.
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