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    “The events at the international political scene, in the last few years, confirm that the concept of remote
    control of human brain is a matter of negotiations. In January 1999 the European Parliament passed a
    resolution where it calls for an international convention introducing a global ban on all developments
    and deployments of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings.”
    9.september 2008
    The term “Mind control” basically means covert attempts to influence the
    thoughts and behavior of human beings against their will (or without their
    knowledge), particularly when surveillance of an individual is used as an
    integral part of such influencing and the term “Psychotronic Torture” comes
    from psycho (of psychological) and electronic. This is actually a very
    sophisticated form of remote technological torture that slowly invalidates
    and incapacitates a person. These invisible and non-traceable technological
    assaults on human beings are done in order to destroy someone psychologically
    and physiologically. Actually, as par scientific resources, the human body,
    much like a computer, contains myriad data processors. They include, but are
    not limited to, the chemical-electrical activity of the brain, heart, and
    peripheral nervous system, the signals sent from the cortex region of the
    brain to other parts of our body, the tiny hair cells in the inner ear that
    process auditory signals, and the light-sensitive retina and cornea of the
    eye that process visual activity. We are on the threshold of an era in which
    these data processors of the human body may be manipulated or debilitated.
    Definition of psychotronic (psycho-physical) weapons
    Psychotronic Weapons (PF- weapons) this is the totality of all possible
    methods and means (techno-genic, suggestive, pharmacological, paranormal,
    complexes, and others) of hidden, forced influences on the psyche of a person
    for the purpose of modifying his onsciousness, behavior and health for what
    is desired in the way of influencing aspects of control…” This is not only
    dangerous, this is deadly!”
    The First phase is the harassment/surveillance program.
    They use Echelon, Tempest, microchips, implants, see through wall radar,
    obtain informants, neighbors, and co-conspirators to harass, discredit, and
    harm an individual. Victims loose their families, jobs, homes, and cars.
    Ultimate goal to destroy a persons life which will isolate them from family,
    friends. The isolation is needed to have access to the person to conduct many
    of the experiments on them.
    The second phase is the assaults of Directed Energy Weapons.
    After a victim becomes isolated from everyone in the world. The victim now
    having feelings of regret, remorse, of loss, trauma, and are drained and
    broken emotionally and physically. During this time many have been implanted
    with microchips. Many begin experiencing extreme pain to their head. Some
    hear voices. Then pain is delivered to various other parts of their bodies.
    The pain is delivered by Directed Energy Weapons.
    Directed Energy Weapons.
    Some of the weapons were known as non-lethal weapons. They use such weapons
    as extremely low frequency Elf electromagnetic weapons (which has been used
    in mind control), acoustics, harmonics (which have been used as a mind
    control technique), ultrasound, microwave audiograms, microwave pulsed, and
    radio frequency. Another electromagnetic energy beam can be used to induce
    “considerable agitation and muscular activity” or “induce muscular weakness
    and lethargy” this weapon is know as Ultra High Frequency EM. Psychological
    warfare tactics are being used against unsuspecting citizens to destroy their
    jobs, their families and their lives. The perpetrators will stop at nothing.
    Their objective is to utterly destroy a person, very often resulting in a
    person taking his or her own life, or ending up in a mental hospital. This
    has been taking place for years and nothing is ever said about it. Nothing is
    ever written about it. Some people also experience electronic harassment.
    This is extremely distressing, painful and invasive, and feels like one’s
    mind and body is undergoing constant rape, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The
    technology used to do this is unknown, but hundreds of victims report the
    same physical sensations and experiences. Many take their lives in an attempt
    to escape the horror. The technology involves the use of electromagnetic
    waves of various frequencies to achieve different results. Some frequencies
    will make a person tired, while others may cause confusion or memory loss.
    “Electronic harassment” or e-harassment is a catch-all term used to describe
    a group of circumstances which a large number of people are currently
    experiencing in common.
    Saturday, February 19, 2011
    In October 2010, the congressman Denis J. Kucinich introduced in the American
    Congress A bill, obliging the American president to get engaged in the
    negotiations aimed at the ban of space based weapons. In this bill the
    definition of a weapon system includes: any other unacknowledged or as yet
    undeveloped means inflicting death or injury on, od damaging or destroying, a
    person(or the biological life, bodily health, mental health, or physical and
    economic well-being of a person) through the use of land-based, sea-based,or
    space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic,
    laser, or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted
    populations or the purpose of information war, mood management, or mind
    control of cush persons or populations. As in all legislative acts quoted in
    this article the bill counts with sound, light or electromagnetic stimulation
    of human brain.Psychotronic fweapons remain, at least for a layman uninformed
    of secret military research, in the sphere of science fiction, since so far
    none of the published scientific experiments was presented in the way which
    would allow for its replication.
    That it is feasible to manipulate human behavior with the use of subliminal,
    either sound or visual, messages is now generally known. This is why in most
    of the countries the use of such technologies, without consent of the user,
    is banned. Devices using light for the stimulation of the brain show another
    way how the light flashing in certain frequencies could be used for the
    manipulation of human psychic life. As for the sound, a report on the device
    transmitting a beam of sound waves, which can hear only persons at whon the
    beam of sound waves is targeted, appeared last year in the world newspapers.
    The beam is formed by a combination of sound and
    ultrasound waves which causes that a person
    targeted by this beam hears the sound inside of
    his head. Such a perception could easily convince
    the human being that it is mentally ill. The acts
    presented in this article suggest that with the
    develpment of technology and knowledge of the
    functioning of human brain new ways of
    manipulation of human mind keep emerging. One of
    them seem to be the electromagnetic energy.
    Robert Asher, Sandia National Laboratories
    June 2002,Arlington, Virginia
    Increasingly, the human is being asked to take in multisensory inputs, to
    make near-instantaneous decisions on these inputs, and to apply control
    forces to multitask and control machines of various sorts. The multitasking,
    multisensor environment stresses the human, yet, more and more s/he being
    asked to operate in such an environment. As an example, the visionary project
    on uninhabited combat vehicles discusses an increased workload in piloting
    combat vehicles. DARPA has a brain-machine interface program about to start.
    This program has as its goal human ability to control complex entities by
    sending control actions without the delay for muscle activation. The major
    application for this program is control of aircraft. The intent is to take
    brain signals and use them in a control strategy and then to impart feedback
    signals back into the brain.
    The DARPA program could be extended to include a broader range of potential
    impact by including the possibility of other applications: learning and
    training, automobile control, air traffic control, decision-making, remote
    sensing of stress, and entertainment. Learning and training might be
    implemented as information coded into brain signals and then input into the
    person. Air traffic control in increasingly busy skies can use such
    capability: the controller has multiple inputs from multiple aircraft. These
    can be input into his brain in a 3-D aspect and an alertness signal used to
    “wake him up” when his attention drifts beyond acceptable limits. Not only
    intellectual data might be passed from one person to another without
    speaking, but also emotional and volitional information. Decision Making may
    become more precise as emotional, fatigue, and other cognitive states can be
    appraised prior to making a critical decision. The potential impact on
    automobile safety is great. The driver can have quicker control of his
    automobile (Fig. E.15), allowing for safer driving while reducing the car-tocar
    spacing on congested highways. This would help alleviate highway
    congestion and the need for more highways. Furthermore, it would allow for
    safer driving as driver attention can be measured and the driver “alerted” or
    told in some manner to pay attention to his or her driving when attention
    wanders beyond safe margins. It can allow for detection of driver impairment
    so that the vehicle may be made either not to start or to call emergency.
    Direct connection into the brain could yield a revolution in entertainment,
    as people may be “immersed,” MATRIX-style, into the midst of a movie or
    educational show. Can you imagine the impact of being immersed in a fully 3-D
    audio-visual simulation of the battle of Gettysburg?
    Hands-off control of an automobile through a device for reading and
    implanting brain waves.
    Role of Converging Technologies
    Nano. The brain-machine interface effort will require nanotechnologies in
    order to make the required experimental measurements and to implement the
    devices for both receiving brain electromagnetic signals and transmitting
    signals back into the brain.
    Bio. This is a highly biological, neuroscience effort, which requires
    detailed understanding and measurements of the brain’s electromagnetic
    activity. It requires a significant measurement protocol.
    Cogno. This effort by its very nature will directly affect the cognitive
    aspects of the individual by externally applied electromagnetic fields by
    implanting information for the individual. Thus, this effort can lead to
    increased learning and other cognitive results.
    Transforming Strategy to Reach the Vision
    To achieve these goals, enter a partnership with DARPA to fund additional
    technologies and applications that would enhance the brain-machine interface
    effort. Work should be focused on the goals of using the technologies for
    cognitional aspects, understanding memory, and learning brain function to be
    able to design devices to increase their capabilities.
    Estimated Implications
    This effort would yield a technological revolution, in applications from
    computers to entertainment. It would give the United States a global
    competitive advantage while yielding solutions to specific domestic problems
    such as air traffic control and highway safety in increasingly crowded
    environments. It will revolutionize education. This effort will yield devices
    that may be applied to a number of activities and be sufficiently small as to
    be wearable in a car or at home.
    The human mind has never been a simple project. Because of its complexity and
    plasticity, it has yet not been completely understood. Under the dark ages of
    brain research, scientists have nevertheless learned how to stimulate and
    partially control the human brain’s responses. At any time it has been done,
    it has caused pain and suffering for the owner of the brain: the human
    Backed up by the “best” scientists, sponsored by the military and the secret
    service, thousands of individuals have their lives destroyed in the quest of
    developing technologies that are not science fiction anymore.
    The human brain, is seen as a computer where information can be downloaded
    and from where information can be uploaded. Cloning the individual’s brain
    and nervous system is the only hope today’s scientists have to understand the
    human brain and develop advanced artificial intelligence and synthetic
    telepathy, allowing people to communication by thought, not speech. The
    European and World countries governments, faced with this “challenge” are
    unable to protect their citizens against the greatest possible violations of
    their human rights. There are no excuses whatsoever for researchers to
    destroy people’s and entire families lives. Under the secrecy of “national
    security”, they violate human rights conventions and every universal human
    right a human being is born with, going deep into the very consciousness of
    the person that is affected.
    Many human rights campaigners from around the world have spent years working on
    countless books, videos, websites, rallies and symposiums which highlight these
    matters. These include efforts by prominent persons like Dr Nick Begich, Dr Rauni
    Kilde (ex chief medical officer for Finland) and well known author Gloria Naylor. To
    date, all of it has been ignored by the criminally owned/controlled media. However,
    most importantly, there has been open condemnation of these methods by major
    political entities and I ask you to focus on these…
  11. The United Nations – UNIDIR – (The UN Institute for Disarmament Research)
    officially recognised a range of weapons (both lethal and non-lethal), including the
    ones previously listed, and recommended that they ALL be banned as weapons of
    potential mass destruction. Naturally, the press releases and media guides that they
    issued on this matter were totally ignored by the mainstream media. This media
    treachery is the reason the public is unaware of the dangers.
  12. The European Parliament – In January 1999, the European Parliament passed a
    resolution where it calls ” for an international convention introducing a global ban
    on all development and deployment of weapons which might enable any form of
    manipulation of human beings. It is our conviction that this ban can not be
    implemented without the global pressure of the informed general public on the
    governments. Our major objective is to get across to the general public the real
    threat which these weapons represent for human rights and democracy and to apply
    pressure on the governments and parliaments around the world to enact legislature
    which would prohibit the use of these devices to both government and private
    organisations as well as individuals.” (Plenary Sessions/ Eu Parliament, 1999)
  13. US Federal politician Dennis Kucinich – In October 2001, Congressman Dennis J.
    Kucinich introduced a bill to the House of Representatives which, it was hoped would
    be extremely important in the fight to expose and stop psycho-electronic mind control
    experimentation on involuntary, non-consensual citizens. The Bill was referred to the
    Committee on Science, and in addition to the Committee on Armed Services and
    International Relations. In the original bill a ban was sought on ‘exotic weapons’
    including electronic, psychotronic or information weapons, chemtrails, particle
    beams, plasmas, electromagnetic radiation, extremely low frequency (ELF) or ultra low
    frequency (ULF) energy radiation, or mind control technologies. Despite the inclusion
    of a prohibition of the basing of weapons in space, and the use of weapons to destroy
    objects or damage objects in space, there is no mention in the revised bill of any of
    the aforementioned mind-invasive weaponry, nor of the use of satellite or radar or
    other energy based technology for deploying or developing technology designed for
    deployment against the minds of human beings. [the original Bill was called The Space
    Preservation Act, 2001 (HR 2977) it was reintroduced as The Space Preservation Act,
    2002 (HR 3616 )]. Kucinich’s efforts mirrored similar attempts made some years
    earlier by ex astronaut, Sen. John Glenn.
  14. US Federal politician Jim Guest – recently wrote to all members of the US
    legislature asking for help for the countless victims of electronic
    harassment/torture (agency black operations being secreted from congressional
    scrutiny thus allowing corrupt officers to frame/torture innocents). To date,
    nothing concrete has come of this approach.
  15. French National Bioethics Committee – In January 1998, an annual public meeting of
    the French National Bioethics Committee was held in Paris. Its chairman, Jean-Pierre
    Changeux, a neuroscientist at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, told the meeting that
    “advances in cerebral imaging make the scope for invasion of privacy immense.
    Although the equipment needed is still highly specialized, it will become commonplace
    and capable of being used at a distance. That will open the way for abuses such as
    invasion of personal liberty, control of behaviour and brainwashing. These are far
    from being science-fiction concerns.and constitute “a serious risk to society.”
    (“Nature.” Vol 391, 1998)
    monitoring of all
    To intercept
    conversations, emails
    etc. To steal ideas
    and harass targets
    whistleblowers etc)
    To monitor and stop
    terrorists and other
    (Allowing 24/7
    surveillance of
    anyone, even in their
    To gather blackmailfriendly
    material; to
    oppress targets and
    other citizens; to
    feed results to
    To monitor and stop
    terrorists and other
    (Sat-based – Pat US


16-1-90 L. Rowan)
To spy on political
targets etc by
finding, locking onto
and tracking those
victims so as to
terrorise/torture them
To monitor and stop
terrorists and other
(Sat-based – Pat US

5123899, 23/6/92 J.

Gall + Pat US

5289438, 22/2/94 J.

To alter targets moods
by stimulating the
brain to exhibit
certain rhythms
(angry, sad, sleepy
etc); EEG
To help the
emotionally distressed
(Remote neural
monitoring &
electronic brain
linking, via sat – Pat
US #6011991, 1/4/00
A. Mardirossian)
To read the minds of
targets; to rob, rape,
terrorise and oppress
completely yet
covertly. Experiments
in mind control, AI &
cloning are also
carried out
To help interrogate
(Sat-based – Pat US

3393279 16/7/68 P.

Flanagan + Pat US

3647970 7/3/72 P.

To make the target
hear voices via the
direction of sound
that’s been converted
to electrical impulse
to go straight to the
targets brain
To communicate with
the deaf, stroke
victims etc
NOTE: Alone, or in conjunction with subliminal and visual
technologies, as well as role playing etc, these technologies can be
used for trickery including apparent schizophrenic episodes, paranormal
or “alien” encounters and much more.

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The organizations below are expected to offer these internships in 2012.
Advertising for open positions will begin in December 2011.
• 711 Human Performance Wing – Texas
• Air Force Institute of Technology – Ohio
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• US Army Space and Missile Defense Command – Alabama

6.A Pilot Study
Arnold J. Mandell, Karen A. Selz, Tom Holroyd, Linsay Rutter
and Richard Coppola
NIMH Core MEG Laboratory and Cielo Institute
Supported in part by the Fetzer-Franklin Trust, DARPA
(Microelectronics) and the Space and Naval Warfare Center
The Eyes Closed, Resting Record
The time dynamics of global brain electromagnetic field activity, recorded in
humans as continuous, eyes closed resting MEG (and EEG) records, are regarded
by some as reflections of physiologically and psychologically relevant,
emergent macroscopic behavior of nonlinearly coupled, cooperative brain
systems (Basar et al., 1983; Bucolo et al., 2003; Chen et al., 2003;
Friedrich et al., 1989; Haken, 2 1996; Mandell, 1983a). Others, more involved
in neuronal current source localization studies of task or state-related
magneto-encephalographic records (Cornwell et al., 2008; Fife et al., 2002;
Garolera et al., 2007; Nolte et al., 2004) have treated the globally
distributed, spontaneous neuronal current generated, brain magnetic field
activity as “…high-ranked (leading eigenvalued) background activity…
interfering magnetic fields generated from (not relevant) spontaneous brain
activities…intrinsic brain noise…” (Sekihara et al., 1996; Sekihara et al.,
2008; Sekihara et al., 2006). Covariance matrix-derived beamformers from
several minutes of the eyes-closed resting record have been used in
“prewhitening techniques”, adding noise in order to get around linear
dependency in the matrix if it is too low dimensional and to minimize
interfering low dimensional intrinsic brain magnetic field noise (Sekihara et
al., 2008; Zumer et al., 2007; Zumer et al., 2008).
Another view of spontaneous magnetic field fluctuations have been
influenced by studies of spatial (neuroanatomical) brain localization using
concomitant fMRI techniques. They have suggested the existence of
spontaneous, regional, above baseline activity in the normal eyes closed,
resting state. This activity is particularly pronounced in medial
prefrontal, parietal and both posterior and anterior cingulate, and is
suppressed during goal-directed behavior (Damoiseaus et al., 2006; Griecius
et al., 2003; Gusnard & Raichle, 3 2001). Activity in this “network” has been
labeled “default activation” by Raichle (Raichle ME et al., 2001). The many
second time scale of fMRI imaging demonstrated density variations that were
characteristic for the normal eyes closed, resting condition (Biswal et al.,
1995). Importantly, the spontaneous activity in the resting state also
appears to involve neural network activity across several time scales (Honey
et al., 2007).
In two state, task-no task, experimental designs, the resting activity,
“default activation, ” has been speculated to reflect spontaneous, task
unrelated, images and thoughts (Greicius & Menon, 2004; Greicius et al.,
2004; Raichle ME et al., 2001; Vincent et al., 2007).
These transient mental events in the eyes closed, resting condition have also
been called “daydreaming” (Singer, 1966 ), “task-unrelated-thoughts,”
TUTs(Giambra, 1989), “unrest at rest”(Buckner & Vincent, 2007), “wandering
minds,” and “stimulus independent thought”, SITs (Gilbert et al., 2007).
Psychologists that have studied inner life subjectively, William James
(James, 1902) and Sigmund Freud (Freud, 1914/1955 among many others, have
focused on these autonomously arising transient streams of free associations
and imagery. James analogized them to the turbulent eddies of the
hydrodynamic flow of consciousness which he believed these transients to be
among the universal properties of the conscious human brain. Examinations of
a subject’s spontaneous 4 internal activity as exteriorized by the
psychoanalytic instruction, “…say everything that comes to your mind…” has
been central to the practice of psychoanalysis for over a Century {Fenichel,
1945 #8190). It appears that the ostensibly resting “default brain activity”
in the “default network” persists in monkeys through anesthesia-induced
changes in states of consciousness (Vincent et al., 2007). This result is
consistent with a several decade history of research using priming, evoked
potentials and task recovery paradigms to demonstrate implicit, working
memorial events that occur during even surgical anesthesia (Jordon et al.,
2000). The implied relationship between 2-5 second epochs of MEG activation
such as that seen below in Fig. 5 as intermittent helical vortices (we call
them strudels) and TUT or SIT-like subjective phenomena must remain entirely
General Premise and Hypothesis
It is the underlying premise of this pilot study of intrinsic brain magnetic
field fluctuations that they manifest signatory patterns in transformations
and measures which can discriminate among global brain states. We examine
this premise by partially isolating and qualitatively and quantitatively
characterizing 12.5, 54, 180 or 240 seconds of eyes closed, resting
spontaneous magnetic field activity in ten resting controls and ten medicated
schizophrenic probands. From our previous 5 work in brain-related
physiological systems (Mandell, 1979; Mandell, 1983b; Mandell, 1987; Mandell
et al., 1982; Mandell & Selz, 1993), a more specific hypothesis is suggested:
Compared with controls, magnetic field fluctuations in schizophrenic patients
will demonstrate relatively higher values for indices of emergent dynamical
structure and relatively lower values for a variety of measures reflecting
the dynamical entropy “used up” in their formation (Mandell & Selz, 1997c;
Selz & Mandell, 1991; Selz et al., 1995; Smotherman et al., 1996).
A MEG Derived Data Series: Symmetric Sensor Difference Sequences, ssds(i)
Ten normal controls and ten age- and sex-matched schizophrenic proband
subjects (see Subjects below) were studied in the National Institutes of
Mental Health’s Core MEG Laboratory in Bethesda, MD. A 275 channel,
superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID radial gradiometer system
from CTF Systems Inc. Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada (Anninos et al., 1986;
Cohen, 1972; Rutter et al., 2009; Weinberg et al., 1984) was used in data
collection (see Magnetoencephalographic Data Collection below).
6 Our approach to MEG-derived signals abrogates source orientation,
localization and inverse problem tools such as leadfield matrices (Dale &
Sereno, 1993; Hamalainen et al., 1993), adaptive synthetic aperture
magnetometer, SAM, beamformer techniques, or projection onto Talairached MRI
image reconstructed volumes (Dalal et al., 2008; Dalal et al., 2004). For
these approaches to this data set, see Rutter et al (Rutter et al., 2009). In
their study of spontaneous activity in the eyes closed, resting state, they
found a statistically significant decrement in the amplitudes of MEG recorded
posterior regional gamma (30-70Hz+) activity in schizophrenic patients
compared with normal controls (Rutter et al., 2009). In that study as well as
these, a high pass, 0.6 Hz, as well as 60, 120, 180 and 240 Hz notch filters
were routinely applied to the individual sensor records before the
computation of the sensor pair ssds(i), (the difference between the two
sensor). It is our presupposition that the “…spontaneous activity… all over
the brain…” (Sekihara et al., 2008) reflects global and neurophysiologically
meaningful patterns of complex neuronal activity-generated magnetic field
fluctuations in interaction with MEG SQUID sensors (Barone A & G., 1982;
Braiman & Wiesenfeld, 1994). A magnetic flux applied to the SQUID
magnetometer, gives rise to a circulating current, which in turn modulates
the inductance of the autonomously oscillatory Josephson junctions (Landberg
et al., 1966; Levi et al., 1977). The great sensitivity of the SQUID devices
permits measuring changes in magnetic field associated with even a single
flux quantum.
7 If a constant biasing current is maintained in the SQUID device, it is the
voltage which is modulated by changes in phase at junctions. Phase at
Josephson junctions is sensitive to the quanta of magnetic flux. We dismiss a
common generalization of many MEG practitioners that most or all local
polarities of the intrinsic magnetic field noise “cancel out.” In the context
of the somewhat analogous magnetic dynamo problem: “…given a flow in a
conducting fluid, will a small seed magnetic field amplify exponentially with
time…” (Finn & Ott, 1988)–we show below that ssds(i)s do– it was argued
that the magnetic flux loops nonuniformly stretch and fold into themselves
manifesting only partial cancellation and diffuse fine scale oscillations, in
a process which can be quantified by a fractional cancellation exponent (Ott
et al., 1992) and measures made on temporal-spatial intermittency.
In addition, if some currents run parallel to magnetic fields, which is
expected to be the case with poorly localized, multiple neocortical neuronal
sources, the magnetic field lines may follow a variety of dynamical shapes in
which the magnetic pressure gradient is balanced by the magnetic tension. For
example, there may not be any Lorentz force, J x B = 0, leading to a
measurable field configuration without any net electrical current at all. We
thus don’t infer a particular neuronal current source (or event) for the data
series. Characterizing the fluctuations allows the elucidation of patterns in
the brain’s global magnetic field flux dynamics without reference to
anatomical location (Clarke, 1994).
8 example, we find a common dynamical pattern often involves intermittently
appearing, multiple time scale helical vortices. We call them unwindable
strudels lest they lead to the brain being called a critically loaded sand
pile that spawns avalanches (Beggs & Plenz, 2005; Levina et al., 2007)). In
comparison with the several second time resolution of fMRI, the MEG’s
superior temporal resolution, ~ 1 ms, combined with its “underdetermined”
weaknesses with respect to specific brain localization when used alone
(Hamalainen et al., 1993; Im et al., 2005; Lee et al., 2007; Sarvas, 1987;
Uutela et al., 1998), suited our goal of characterizing magnetic field
(rather than inferred neuronal) properties of what has been called intrinsic
physiological brain noise (Nagarajan et al., 2006; Sekihara et al., 1997;
Sekihara et al., 2005). The use of ssds(i) exploits the hemispheric symmetry
of the human brain (Geschwind, 1970) and serves several purposes:
(1) It imposes a natural gauge (distance serves as a traveling, local
normalization procedure; (3) The ssdi(i) reduces the penetrance of
electromagnetic field correlates of blink, cough, and movement as well as the
cardiac and respiratory artifacts that both symmetric sensors generally
share; (4) Using ssds(i) instead of the raw MEG time series tends to cancel
the symmetrically shared generic MEG (and EEG) Δ, Θ, α, β, and γ modes, as
well as other patterns of bihemispheric covariance; (5) Advantageous from the
magnetic field point of view is the fact that using ssds(i) makes issues of 9
neuronal current source location moot; ; the spatial sensitivity profile of
the ssds(i) considered as a virtual sensor typically covers a large volume of
the brain. The techniques similar to that used here of paired sensor
difference series, ssds(i), have been used to reduce or remove the mean and
double or more the higher moments in analyses of nonstationary neural
membrane conductance noise
(Conti et al., 1980; DeFelice, 1977; Sigworth, 1981).
NAVAL – research laboratory experiments (NRL) Florida
7.Pentagon report investigated lasers
that put voices in your head
February 18, 2008
by Lisa Zyga
A recently unclassified report from the Pentagon from 1998 has
revealed an investigation into using laser beams for a few intriguing
potential methods of non-lethal torture.Some of the applications the report
investigated include putting voices in people’s heads, using lasers to
trigger uncontrolled neuron firing, and slowly heating the human body to a
point of feverish confusion – all from hundreds of meters away.
A US citizen requested access to the document, entitled “Bioeffects of
Selected Non-Lethal Weapons,” under the Freedom of Information Act a little
over a year ago. There is no evidence that any of the technologies mentioned
in the 10-year-old report have been developed since the time it was written
The report explained several types of non-lethal laser applications,
including microwave hearing, disrupted neural control, and microwave heating.
For the first type, short pulses of RF energy (2450 MHz) can generate a
pressure wave in solids and liquids. When exposed to pulsed RF energy, humans
experience the immediate sensation of “microwave hearing” – sounds that may
include buzzing, ticking, hissing, or knocking that originate within the
head. Studies with guinea pigs and cats suggest that the mechanism
responsible for the phenomenon is thermoelastic expansion.
Exposure to the RF pulses doesn´t cause any permanent effects, as all effects
cease almost immediately after exposure ceases.
As the report explains, tuning microwave hearing could enable communicating
with individuals from a distance of up to several hundred meters.
The report explains:
The phenomenon is tunable in that the characteristic sounds and intensities
of those sounds depend on the characteristics of the RF energy as
delivered… Because the frequency of the sound heard is dependent on the
pulse characteristics of the RF energy, it seems possible that this
technology could be developed to the point where words could be transmitted
to be heard like the spoken word, except that it could only be heard within a
person´s head.
In one experiment, communication of the words from one to ten using ´speech
modulated´ microwave energy was successfully demonstrated. Microphones next
to the person experiencing the voice could not pick up these sounds.
Additional development of this would open up a wide range of possibilities.”
The report predicts that communicating at longer distances would be possible
with larger equipment, while shorter range signals could be generated with
portable equipment. Putting voices in people´s heads could cause what the
report calls “psychologically devastating” effects. The technology might even
allow for communicating with an individual hostage surrounded by captors,
although this would require “extreme directional specificity. With another
weapon, electromagnetic pulses could be used to disrupt the brain´s
functioning, although this technology was still in the theoretical stages at
the time.
Under normal conditions, all brain structures function with specific rhythmic
activity depending on incoming sensory information.
Sometimes, the brain synchronizes neuronal activity in order to focus on a
specific task, but the degree of neuronal synchronization is highly
controlled. However, under certain conditions (such as physical stress or
heat stroke), more areas of the brain can fire in a highly synchronized
manner, and may begin firing uncontrollably. The report describes a method
for replicating this highly synchronized neuron firing across distances of
several hundred meters. High-voltage (100 kV/m) electromagnetic pulses
lasting for one nanosecond could trigger neurons to fire, disrupting the
body´s controlled firing activity. Short-term effects may include loss of
consciousness, muscle spasms, muscle weakness, and seizures lasting for a
couple minutes. These high-voltage pulsed sources, which would require an
estimated frequency of 15 Hz, exist today.
Another form of non-lethal torture described in the report is microwave
heating. By raising the temperature of the body to 41°C (105.8°F), humans can
experience sensations such as memory loss and disorientation, and exhibit
reduced aggression. According to the report, humans can survive temperatures
up to 42°C (107.6°F), at which time prolonged exposure can result in
permanent brain damage or death. The microwave heating technique was tested
on a Rhesus monkey, where a 225 MHz beam caused an increase in the animal´s
body temperature.
Depending on the dosage level, the temperature increase occurred within a
time of 15 to 30 minutes. After the beam was removed, the animal´s body
temperature decreased back to normal.
The report suggests the technique could be useful for controlling crowds or
in negotiations. While the investigations reveal intriguing techniques for
non-lethal torture, the report does not mention plans for carrying out
specific experiments or studies in the future.
Vaccine Implants
Implants are now smaller than a hair’s width and are injected with vaccine
and flu shots. Millions have had this done unknowingly. These ‘biochips’
circulate in the bloodstream and lodge in the brain, enabling the victims to
hear ‘voices’ via the implant.
Fluoride and selenium enable people to ‘hear voices’. ELF waves create
disturbances in the biological processes of the body and these can be
activated in the population once the diseases are introduced into the body
from the chemtrails. Fluoride disables the willpower section of the brain,
impairing the left occipital lobe.Some chemtrails have been analyzed and
shown to be creating cleavages in spacial perceptions, blocking the
interaction of various amino-acids that relate to higher-consciousness and to
increase dopamine in the brain producing a listless, spaced-out state of
lower reactive mind.
PENTAGON – Flu Vaccine Use to Modify Human Behavior
The Pentagon currently wants to “realistically replicate human behavior and
frailties” to improve cyberwarfare tactics.The human brain is one of the most
complex organs known to man. To successfully model human populations it is
vital that the computer models can successfully account for how an
individuals brain would respond in specific situations in a sensory
8.DARPA – nanotechnology
1.Military Defense Robotics
Machines Will Rise: Becoming Self Aware
The Department of Defense is building robots for the Pentagon. It has been
seen as a move that could advance AI research and move the Defense robotics
industry into the New Age. As viewed in our Exoskeleton section one of the
leading manufactures in the exoskeleton arena is a company called Cyberdyne
Technologies. Industry experts are already predicting that when the soldier
steps out of this unit the exoskeleton will be able to operate autonomously.
A New Industrial Revolution
In January 2000, U.S. President Bill Clinton requested a $227-million
increase in the government’s investment in nanotechnology research and
development, which included a major initiative called the National
Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). This initiative nearly doubled America ‘s
2000 budget investment in nanotechnology, bringing the total invested in
nanotechnology to $497 million for the 2001 national budget. In a written
statement, White House officials said that “nanotechnology is the new
frontier and its potential impact is compelling.” About 70 percent of the new
nanotechnology funding will go to university research efforts, which will
help meet the demand for workers with nanoscale science and engineering
skills. The initiative will also fund the projects of several governmental
agencies, including the National Science Foundation , the Department of
Defense , the Department of Energy , the National Institutes of Health ,
NASA and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Much of the
research will take more than 20 years to complete, but the process itself
could touch off a new industrial revolution. Nanotechnology is likely to
change the way almost everything, including medicine, computers and cars, are
designed and constructed. Nanotechnology is anywhere from five to 15 years in
the future, and we won’t see dramatic changes in our world right away.
A Short History of Nanotechnology
Feynman gives after-dinner talk describing molecular machines building with
atomic precision
Taniguchi uses term “nano-technology” in paper on ion-sputter machining
Drexler originates molecular nanotechnology concepts at MIT
First technical paper on molecular engineering to build with atomic
precision STM invented
Buckyball discovered
First book published
AFM invented
First organization formed
First protein engineered
First university symposium
First university course
IBM logo spelled in individual atoms
First national conference
First nanotechnology journal
Japan’s STA begins funding nanotech projects
Japan”s MITI announces bottom-up “atom factory”
IBM endorses bottom-up path
Japan’s MITI commits $200 million
Carbon nanotube discovered
First textbook published
First Congressional testimony
First Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for modeling a hydrogen
abstraction tool useful in nanotechnology
First coverage of nanotech from White House
“Engines of Creation” book given to Rice administration, stimulating first
university nanotech center
Nanosystems textbook used in first university course
US Science Advisor advocates nanotechnology
First think tank report
First industry analysis of military applications
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for synthesis of complex threedimensional
structures with DNA molecules
$250,000 Feynman Grand Prize announced
First European conference
NASA begins work in computational nanotech
First nanobio conference
First company founded: Zyvex
First design of nanorobotic system
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for work in computational
nanotechnology and using scanning probe microscopes to manipulate molecules
First NSF forum, held in conjunction with Foresight Conference
First DNA-based nanomechanical device
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for computational modeling of
molecular tools for atomically-precise chemical reactions and for building
molecular structures through the use of self-organization
First Nanomedicine book published
First safety guidelines
Congressional hearings on proposed National Nanotechnology Initiative
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for development of carbon
nanotubes for potential computing device applications and for modeling the
operation of molecular machine designs
President Clinton announces U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative
First state research initiative: $100 million in California
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for computational materials
science for nanostructures and for building a molecular switch
First report on nanotech industry
U.S. announces first center for military applications
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for theory of nanometer-scale
electronic devices and for synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotubes
and nanowires
First nanotech industry conference
Regional nanotech efforts multiply
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for using DNA to enable the selfassembly
of new structures and for advancing our ability to model molecular
machine systems
Congressional hearings on societal implications
Call for balancing NNI research portfolio
Drexler/Smalley debate is published in Chemical & Engineering News
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for modeling the molecular and
electronic structures of new materials and for integrating single molecule
biological motors with nano-scale silicon devices
First policy conference on advanced nanotech
First center for nanomechanical systems
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for designing stable protein
structures and for constructing a novel enzyme with an altered function
At Nanoethics meeting, Roco announces nanomachine/nanosystem project count
has reached 300 Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for for designing
a wide variety of single molecular functional nanomachines and for
synthesizing macromolecules of intermediate sizes with designed shapes and
National Academies nanotechnology report calls for experimentation
toward molecular manufacturing
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for work in molecular computation
and algorithmic self-assembly, and for producing complex two-dimensional
arrays of DNA nanostructures
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for construction of molecular
machine systems that function in the realm of Brownian motion, and molecular
machines based upon two-state mechanically interlocked compounds
Technology Roadmap for Productive Nanosystems released
Protein catalysts designed for non-natural chemical reactions
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for work in molecular electronics
and the synthesis of molecular motors and nanocars, and for theoretical
contributions to nanofabrication and sensing
An improved walking DNA nanorobot
Structural DNA nanotechnology arrays devices to capture molecular
building blocks Design ‘from scratch’ of a small protein that performed
the function performed by natural globin proteins Organizing functional
components on addressable DNA scaffolds Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology
awarded for experimental demonstrations of mechanosynthesis using AFM to
manipulate single atoms, and for computational analysis of molecular tools to
build complex molecular structures
DNA-based ‘robotic’ assembly begins
Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology awarded for work in single atom
manipulations and atomic switches, and for development of quantum mechanical
methods for theoretical predictions of molecules and solids
First programmable nanowire circuits for nanoprocessors
DNA molecular robots learn to walk in any direction along a branched
Mechanical manipulation of silicon dimers on a silicon surface
9.Military Nanotechnology
Dangers, Preventive Arms Control, and
Challenges to the International System
Jürgen Altmann
Experimentelle Physik III
Universität Dortmund Germany Conference
Understanding Complex Systems
University of Illinois,
Champaign-Urbana IL, USA 15-18May-2006
NSTC, USA, 1999

  1. Nanotechnology(NT)
    Analysis and engineering of systems in nanometres(10-9m) size range: between
    about 0,1nm(atom) and several 100nm(larger molecule).
    2.Molecular Nanotechnology
    Mechanosynthesis: molecular machine takes atoms/molecules from surroundings,
    fits mechanically together and lets bonds work
    Concepts Associated with MolecularNT
  • Mobile nano-robots
  • (Super-)human artificial intelligence
  • Automatic research, development, construction
  • Modified/improved organs, bodies; cyborgs
  • Sense/control brain contents, download to software
  • Outer space: mining of asteroids, colonies
    3.(European concept different)
    Promises of Nanotechnology/Converging Technologies
    extremely small, extremely powerful computers, linked everywhere
    clean production
    clean energy
    lighter, more efficient vehicles
    longer-duration materials
    prosthetic implants, targeted drug delivery, tissue regeneration
    Risks/Ethical Problems of Nanotechnology/Converging Technologies
    health, environment -at present mainly nanoparticles
    fewer jobs
    genetic manipulation of plants, animals, humans
    implants, body manipulation
    Efforts for NT
    Rest of world
    -each about $ 800 million government funding per year
    Military Nanotechnology:
    Potential Applications and Preventive Arms Control
    Jürgen Altmann
    London/New York: Routledge, 2006
    With revolutionary changes in nanotechnology (NT) now on the horizon, many
    countries have started major research and development (R&D) programmes,
    which are mainly civilian. Often overlooked are military R&D programmes – in
    particular those of the US government. This is the first systematic and
    comprehensive presentation of the potential military applications of NT.
    In ten to twenty years, these applications may include extremely small
    computers, robots, missiles, satellites, launchers and sensors. They may
    also provide lighter and stronger materials for vehicles and weapons,
    implants in soldiers’ bodies, metal-free firearms, autonomous fighting
    systems, and smaller chemical and biological weapons. These potential uses
    raise strong concerns. This assessment is made from a viewpoint of
    international security, considering the new criteria of dangers for arms
    control and the international law of warfare, dangers for stability through
    potential new arms races and proliferation, and dangers for humans and
    society. Some military applications, such as computers, will be so close to
    civilian uses that limits are impractical. Others, such as sensors for
    biological- warfare agents, may contribute to stronger protection against
    terrorist attacks and better verification of compliance with arms-control
    treaties.For preventive limitation of these new technologies, specific
    approaches are proposed that balance positive civilian uses and take into
    account verification of compliance, with a view to international peace and
    security, not national military strength. This book will be of great
    interest to scholars of military technology, non-lethal weapons, disarmament
    and security studies in general.
    Lothar IBRÜGGER (Germany)
  1. While most of the debate over NT focuses on its prospects for informatics
    and medicine, potential military applications of NT lack proper public
    attention, despite the fact that NT is becoming increasingly important
    for military strategists. The funding of military NT makes up a substantial
    share of total NT funding.
  2. The United States is the leader in military R&D of NT. Indeed, the US
    military has been engaged in this field since the 1980s, focusing on
    ultra-submicron electronics and scanning-probe microscopy. In 1996, NT was
    established as one of six strategic research areas for defence. Accordingly,
    between 25 and 30% of the US National Nanotechnology Initiative funding has
    gone to the US Department of Defence (DoD) since NNI’s establishment in 2000.
    In 2005, the DoD is due to receive $276 million for NT, while the Department
    of Homeland Security will receive an extra $1 million for this purpose,
    accounting for approximately 28% of the total US NT budget. The US military
    R&D is focusing on the development of miniature sensors, high-speed
    processing, unmanned combat vehicles, improved virtual-reality training, and
    enhancement of human performance.
  3. The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) is also engaged in military R&D of NT,
    and allocates approximately £1.5 million per annum to this purpose. However,
    the MOD considers NT development in the United Kingdom as being driven by
    commercial, rather than military imperatives. NT related expenditure accounts
    for 0.35% of the annual UK defence scientific research budget and is
    substantially smaller than that of the Department of Trade and Industry.
    Sweden has invested €11 million over 5 years in military NT R&D. The European
    Union had budgeted €65 million in 2004-2006 to enhance the European industrial
    potential in the field of security research. Even though this does not
    specifically mention NT, some of the areas might contain NT implications.
  4. Most of military NT is still in R&D level. According to Dr. Jürgen
    Altmann, one of the most prominent researchers of military NT, it will take
    between 5 and 20 years or more for the applications of this research to
    arrive. One can expect that NT-based soldier-worn systems will be introduced
    in the mid-term future. In 2002, the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnology
    (ISN) was created at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), with a
    five-year grant of $50 million from the US Army. The goal of this research
    centre is to greatly enhance the protection and survival of the infantry
    soldier, using NT to create a bulletproof battle suit. US army planners are
    hoping to lighten the load that soldiers carry into battle. These systems
    could also monitor the state of health of the wearer, improve stamina and
    reaction, ease or even heal injuries, improve communication abilities, and
    increase soldiers’ protection against biological or chemical weapons.
  5. Potentially, NT could dramatically improve warfare technology. Lighter,
    stronger, heat resistant nanomaterials could be used in producing all kinds of
    weapons, making military transportation faster, strengthening armour and
    saving energy. Qualities of nanomaterials can be used for better camouflage.
  6. A significant breakthrough in electronics, encouraged by NT, could result
    in the creation of smaller but very powerful computers, very small sensors and
    other devices that could be used by the military in a number of ways.
    Information could be stored and analysed more efficiently, intelligence and
    surveillance capabilities could be increased considerably by using
    nanosensors, precision of projectiles could reach extreme accuracy,
    communication systems could become much more sophisticated, as well as virtual
    reality systems for training. Tiny sensors or even nanocomputers could be
    embedded in various military items, munitions, projectiles or uniforms, thus
    making them “smart”. Some more futuristic visions even foresee development of
    autonomous fighting robots and military use of artificial intelligence,
    enabled by the development of NT.
  7. It is debatable whether NT could bring significant changes to nuclear
    weapons, as the laws of physics would still require a critical mass of uranium
    or plutonium. NT, however, might be used to improve arming or triggering
    systems of nuclear weapons. On the other hand, Dr. André Gsponer, Director of
    the Geneva-based Independent Scientific Research Institute, argues that NT can
    actually contribute to miniaturisation and safety of nuclear bombs, by
    offering heat- and radiation- resistant materials. Furthermore, NT might be
    used to create the fourth-generation nuclear weapon, i.e. a low-yield “clean”
    fusion-fuelled nuclear bomb, which would contain no, or very little,
    fissionable material. These nukes could potentially be used in
    earth-penetrating missiles.
  8. The potential for NT innovations in chemical and biological weapons is
    particularly disquieting, as NT can considerably enhance the delivery
    mechanisms of agents or toxic substances. The ability of nanoparticles to
    penetrate the human body and its cells could make biological and chemical
    warfare much more feasible, easier to manage and to direct against specific
    groups or individuals. Dr. Sean Howard, in his work on NT security
    implications, has even called the threat of chemical and biological warfare a
    “real nano goo”.
  9. On the other hand, NT offers tools to effectively and profoundly
    strengthen homeland security policies, aimed at fighting the proliferation of
    biological and chemical weapons. Sensitive, selective and inexpensive NT-based
    sensors and materials could detect and bind components of chemical, biological
    or radiological weapons on the atomic or molecular level, thanks to the large
    surface/volume ratio of nanoparticles or of nanoporous material (JA). This is
    very important, as some agents can be lethal even in minuscule quantities.
    Chemical and biological defence systems with nanosensors could be placed in
    public places, such as schools or government buildings, public transportation
    systems, military assets, and border-crossing sites. Finally, nanomaterials
    could also be used to decontaminate places or individuals affected by chemical
    or biological weapons.
    11.Nanotechnology in Europe
    “Nanoscience and nanotechnologies: an action plan for Europe 2005-2009”.
    This plan highlights the following nanotechnology areas:
    _ nanoelectronics, including nanomanufacturing and nanoinstrumentation
    _ nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine, including diagnostics, targeted
    drug delivery and regenerative medicine
    _ nanomaterials, nanoparticle technology
    _ health and environmental risks of nanotechnology
    Germany: 320 MEuro/yr on nano in 2004
    Nanotechnology in Germany is focused on nanoelectronics (46 MEuro/yr),
    nanomaterials (38), nano-optics (26), microsystems (10), ICT (3), nanobio
    (3) and manufacturing (2). Nine nanotechnology competence centers have been
    founded: Nanomaterials (Karlsruhe), Ultraprecision surface engineering
    (Braunschweig) and nano coatings (Dresden), Nanooptics (Berlin),
    Nanobiotechnology (Munchen and Kaiserslautern), Nanochemistry (Saarbrucken),
    Hanse Nanotec (Hamburg); CeNtech (Munster)
    UK: 130 MEuro/yr on nano in 2004
    After the National Initiative on Nanotechnology (NION) and LINK
    nanotechnology program (LNP), both ended in 2002, the UK launched in 2003
    the Micro and Nanotechnology Initiative (MNT) to create a network of micro
    and nanotechnology facilities. At present the UK has 1500 nanotechnology
    workers. Well recognized nanotechnology centers are at the universities of
    Oxford, Cambridge, Newcastle, Durham and Glasgow. A special nanomaterials
    production facility is present at Farnborough, run by Qinetiq. Inex,
    innovation in nanotechnology exploitation, offers a one-stop-shop facility
    for micro- and nanosystems including production facilities.
    France: 250 MEuro/yr on nano in 2004
    The French research structure for nanotechnology is based around a group of
    five centers of excellence. This network covers the facilities at CEA-LETI
    in Grenoble (centered on Minatec, which brings together the CEA, the CNRS,
    the Institut National Polytechnique and the Université Joseph Fourier); the
    Laboratoire d’Analyses et d’Architectures des Systemes (LAAS) in Toulouse;
    the Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures (LPN) in Marcoussis; the
    Institut d’Electronique Fondamentale in Orsay (IEF) (centered on Minerve)
    and the Institut d’Electronique, de Microelectronique et de Nanotechnologies
    (IEMN) in Lille. Priorities are:
    _ micro & nanoelectronics
    _ opto-electronics
    _ microsystems and assembly
    _ biotechnology and instrumentation
    Nanotechnology is considered crucial for the high tech industry in the
    Netherlands, not only for the multinationals such as Philips, ASML, ASMI,
    DSM, AKZO-Nobel but also for a large number of small and medium sized
    companies. Three programs are now ongoing.
    NanoNed, is an initiative of eight knowledge institutes and Philips. It
    clusters the nanotechnology and enabling technology strengths of the Dutch
    industrial and scientific infrastructure. The total budget for this NanoNed
    program amounts to 235 MEuro (4 years). The program has so called flagship
    projects on:
    _ advanced nanoprobing, nano-instrumentation
    _ chemistry and physics of individual molecules
    _ bionanosystems
    _ bottom-up nanoelectronics, nanoelectronic materials
    _ nanofabrication, nanofluidics
    _ nanophotonics, nanospintronics
    The MicroNed program integrates Netherlands R&D on microsystems.
    The budget amounts to 54 MEuro (4 years). It has the following clusters:
    _ micro invasive devices; micro life, lab-on-chip
    _ distributed sensor and actuator systems; autonomous sensors for harsh
    _ smart microchannel technology; modeling and design of microsystems
    _ microsatellite
    _ microfactory
    The Holst center was founded in 2005 by IMEC (B) and TNO (NL) in order to
    valorize nano- and microsystems technology into innovative products. It has
    two technology programs:
    _ system in a package: wireless, autonomous sensors
    _ system in a foil: flexible electronics in a foil for lighting, sensors,
    tags and energy
    The center has received a 50 MEuro grant from the Ministry of Economic
    Affairs. It is an open innovation center and industrial partners can sign in
    and participate in the technology programs.
    Technology radars
    One way of ordering and structuring this nanolandscape is to plot technology
    radars. Technology radars are radial plots with the radius as timeline,
    usually 15 or 20 years, towards market readiness. The radar circle can be
    divided into three or four segments covering the following application
    _ ict, information and communication
    _ energy or power
    _ bio and life science
    _ materials and manufacturing
    In this chapter nanotechnology radars are being proposed for eight
    application domains in both the military and civil world:
    _ human centric: soldier, first responder, medical, sport
    _ vehicles: land vehicles, automotive
    _ marine: naval, maritime
    _ aerospace: missiles, fighters, aero planes
    _ space: satellites
    _ weapons and law enforcement
    _ logistics
    _ security and surveillance
  • USA (FAS space millitary System)
  • EU (GMES space millitary System)
  • RUSSIA (POLYUS space milllitary System)
  • USA (GPS satellite navigation)
  • EU (GALILEO satellite navigation)
  • RUSSIA (GLONASS satellite navigation)
    The Nautilus is another space- faring craft, a secret military spacecraft
    which operates by magnetic pulsing. It operates out of the unacknowledged
    new headquarters of the U.S. Space Command, deep under a mountain in Utah.
    It makes twice-a-week trips up to the secret military-intelligence space
    station, which has been in deep space for the past thirty years, and manned
    by U.S. and USSR (now CIS) military astronauts.
    In 1988 previous models of spacefaring military vehicles were superseded by
    the “Nautilus”, a spacecraft with a rounded delta shape built jointly by
    special projects divisions of Europe’s Airbus Industrie and U.S.’s Boeing
    Corporation. Nautilus has a propulsion system which utilizes magnetic
    pulsing. Nautilus-type craft make twice-weekly trips up into space and back,
    to service the secret international space station. The Nautilus is based in
    Utah. The “Dream Chaser” is a planned manned suborbital and orbital
    spacecraft being developed by Space-Dev, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sierra
    Nevada Corporation. It is a spaceplane based on previous NASA & Soviet
    spaceplane work.
    1.Tactical High Energy Laser- THEL
    The cooperative Tactical High Energy Laser (THEL) Demonstrator ACTD was
    initiated by a memorandum of agreement between the United States and the
    Government of Israel on 18 July 1996. The THEL is a high- energy laser
    weapon system that uses proven laser beam generation technologies, proven
    beam- pointing technologies, and existing sensors and communication networks
    to provide a new active defense capability in counterair missions. The THEL
    can provide an innovative solution not offered by other systems or
    technologies for the acquisition and close-in engagement problems associated
    with short- to medium-range threats, thereby significantly enhancing
    coverage of combat forces and theater-level assets. The THEL low-cost per
    kill (about $3,000 per kill) will also provide a cost-effective defense
    against low-cost air threats. It features up to 60 shots without reloading
    and a P(k) near 1 at ranges of some 5 km. A joint U.S.-Israeli program was
    initiated to develop a THEL demonstrator using deuterium fluoride chemical
    laser technologies. THEL uses a Deuterium-Fluoride (DF) laser. NF3 and C2H4
    are first reacted in multiple, side-by-side, high-pressure combustion
    chambers using an oxidizer (NF3) rich mixture that generates free F atoms.
    After ignition the combustion-generated F atoms, mixed with combustion byproducts
    and a He diluent, flow into the laser cavity. A mixture of He and
    deuterium is also injected into the laser cavity, and DF is generated in an
    excited state as deuterium reacts with the free F atoms. The laser cavity is
    now ready to produce a laser beam.
    BA 330 Nautilus modul X-37A – Boeing/NASA Sierra Nevada Corporation
    2.Alpha High energy laser – AHEL
    Alpha High energy laser Advanced Mirror Program Satellite – TRW
    Combination lasers: x-ray laser, infra-red laser, chemical joda laser,
    laser neutral beams, laser electrons, holographic laser.
    The beam is formed by a combination of sound and ultrasound waves which
    causes that a person targeted by this beam hears the sound inside of his
    head. One of them is the electromagnetic energy.
    Human Bioelectric Impulses(Signals) Modulation/Monitoring
    Classified US Department of Defense advanced operative tactical weapon,
    based on human epithalamus and metathalamus specifically epithalamus
    biomagnetic resonance and metathalamus biomagnetic resonance.
    Execution of remote targets (target classification:bioobject)
    complete by the following steps:
  1. Epithalamus/Metathalamus biomagnetic field (resonance) of remote target
    must be projected to remote computerized device-target systems designed to
    read and modulate bioelectrical impulses.
  2. Biomagnetic potentials projected on epithalamus/metathalamus biomagnetic
    field (resonance) of remote target in its turn reflect on epithalamus it
    self and brain cortex .This allows to perform simultaneous no-contact
    bioelectric monitoring (surveillance) of remote target by reading
    biomagnetic potentials projected to epithalamus biomagnetic field.
    Satellite Millitary communication GPS III
    Satellite Millitäry communication GPS-USA
    Successful launch campaign and modernization work under way for
    Global Positioning System
    With successful launches of replenishment satellites, a new contract
    to modernize existing spacecraft and an architecture study for the
    next-generation satellite system, Space Systems is keeping pace with
    the Air Force’s timetable to modernize and improve its GPS
    The sixth straight successful GPS IIR satellite was launched in
    January and is operational. The IIR satellites have increased the GPS
    constellation’s accuracy and are consistently within the top 10
    performers in the constellation. Fourteen more IIR spacecraft have
    been delivered by Space Systems to the U.S. Air Force Space and
    Missile Systems Center for future launches including another planned
    this year. The Global Positioning System allows any user equipped
    with a GPS receiver to determine velocity and worldwide position
    within a few meters. Although originally designed as a guidance and
    navigational tool for the military, GPS has proven beneficial in the
    commercial and civil markets for transportation, surveying and rescue
    operations. In late 2000, Space Systems was awarded a contract to
    modernize up to 12 of the 14 GPS satellites currently in storage. The
    satellites will be modified to incorporate two new military signals
    and a second civil signal, thus providing military and civilian users
    of the navigation system with expanded capabilities much sooner than
    previously envisioned.
    This modification represents the first significant upgrade to the
    navigation signal since the inception of GPS. Also in late 2000,
    Space Systems was awarded one of two industry contracts for a 12-
    month System Architecture and Requirements Definition stud for the
    next-generation Global Positioning System, GPS III.
    GLONASS Navigation – RUSSIA
    GLONASS-K satellite
    GLONASS-K is a substantial improvement of the previous generation: it
    is the first unpressurised GLONASS satellite with a much reduced mass
    (750 kg versus 1,450 kg of GLONASS-M). It has an operational lifetime
    of 10 years, compared to the 7-year lifetime of the second generation
    GLONASS-M. It will transmit more navigation signals to improve the
    system’s accuracy, including new CDMA signals in the L3 and L5 bands
    which will use modulation similar to modernized GPS, Galileo and
    The new satellite’s advanced equipment—made solely from Russian
    components—will allow the doubling of GLONASS’ accuracy.As with the
    previous satellites, these are 3-axis stabilized, nadir pointing with
    dual solar arrays.The first GLONASS-K satellite was successfully
    launched on 26 February 2011
    Ground control
    The ground control segment of GLONASS is entirely located within
    former Soviet Union territory. The Ground Control Center and Time
    Standards is located in Moscow and the telemetry and tracking
    stations are in Saint Petersburg, Ternopol, Eniseisk, and Komsomolskna-
    Septentrio, Topcon, JAVAD, Magellan Navigation, Novatel, Leica
    Geosystems and Trimble Inc produce GNSS receivers making use of
    GLONASS. NPO Progress describes a receiver called “GALS-A1” which
    combines GPS and GLONASS reception. SkyWave Mobile Communications
    manufactures an Inmarsat-based satellite communications terminal that
    uses both GLONASS and GPS.
    Columbus laboratory
    The Columbus laboratory is ESA’s biggest single contribution to the
    International Space Station. The 4.5-metre diameter cylindrical module is
    equipped with flexible research facilities that offer extensive science
    During its 10-year projected lifespan, Earth-based researchers, together
    with the ISS crew, will be able to conduct thousands of experiments in life
    sciences, materials science, fluid physics and a whole host of other
    disciplines, all in the weightlessness of orbit.
    To keep costs low and reliability high, Columbus shares its basic structure
    and life-support systems with the Italian space agency’s (ASI) Multi-Purpose
    Logistics Modules (MPLM). But whereas the MPLM is aptly described as a
    ‘space moving van’ – albeit a very sophisticated moving van – the 75 cubic
    metres of space inside Columbus contains an entire suite of science
    Payload racks
    The Columbus laboratory has room for ten International Standard Payload
    Racks (ISPRs), eight situated in the sidewalls, and two in the ceiling area.
    Each rack is the size of a telephone booth and able to host its own
    autonomous and independent laboratory, complete with power and cooling
    systems, and video and data links back to researchers on Earth.
    ESA has developed a range of payload racks, all tailored to squeeze the
    maximum amount of research from the minimum of space and to offer European
    scientists across a wide range of disciplines full access to a weightless
    environment that cannot possibly be duplicated on Earth.
    Columbus was outfitted with five internal payload racks at launch
    • Biolab – supports experiments on micro-organisms, cells and tissue
    cultures, and even small plants and small insects.
    • The European Physiology Modules Facility (EPM) – a set of experiments
    that will be used to investigate the effects of long-duration
    spaceflight on the human body. Experiment results will also contibute
    to an increased understanding of age-related bone loss, balance
    disorders and other ailments back on Earth.
    • The Fluid Science Laboratory (FSL) – will accommodate experiments in
    the strange behaviour of weightless liquids. These too, could bring
    far-reaching benefits on Earth: better ways to clean up oil spills,
    for example, and even improved manufacture of optical lenses.
    • The European Drawer Rack (EDR) – is a modular and flexible experiment
    carrier system for a large variety of scientific disciplines,
    providing basic accommodation and resources for experiment modules
    housed within standardised drawers and lockers.
    • The European Transport Carrier (ETC) – accommodates items for
    transport and stowage. In orbit ETC will serve as a workbench and
    stowage facility.
    Columbus Control Centre, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany.
    Under the call sign ‘Munich’, the Columbus Control Centre will, from 2007,
    be responsible for systems on board the orbiting Columbus laboratory and for
    European science activities on board the ISS.The centre is already building
    operational expertise during ESA’s Astrolab Mission.
    NAUTILUS-X stands for Non-Atmospheric Universal Transport Intended for
    Lengthy United States eXploration
    This tubular spacecraft could serve as a reusable vehicle for lunar and
    deep-space missions, holding a crew of six and enough supplies for a twoyear
    expedition. Dubbed Nautilus-X, for “Non-Atmospheric Universal Transport
    Intended for Lengthy United States eXploration,” this craft could be built
    in orbit and ready for space missions by 2020, according to a briefing by
    NASA’s Future In Space Operations group.
    Nautilus is a multi-mission space exploration vehicle, so it could
    incorporate mission-specific propulsion units, according to Edward Henderson
    of NASA Johnson Space Center. Theoretically, you could swap out engines and
    fuel depending on where you wanted to go. Such an all-purpose system would
    be simpler than building heavy-lift rockets for specific missions to the
    moon or Mars.
    Henderson described the system at a briefing on NASA’s Technology
    Applications Assessment Team, which is studying (relatively) inexpensive,
    quick-turnaround technologies for space exploration. Check out the
    PowerPoint slides here. HobbySpace has a nice roundup of the meeting, which
    also included a DARPA-funded geosynchronous satellite servicing project, insitu
    water recovery on the Moon, a project that would demonstrate spacebased
    solar power beams, a solar electric propulsion vehicle, and propellant
    depots floating in geosynchronous orbit.
    Sentinel-2 will provide systematic global acquisitions of high-resolution
    multispectral imagery for Europe’s Global Monitoring for Environment and
    Security (GMES) programme.
    GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) is the response to the
    need by Europe for geo-spatial information services. It provides autonomous
    and independent access to information for policy-makers, particularly in
    relation to environment and security.
    The success of GMES will be achieved largely through a well-engineered Space
    Component for the provision of Earth-observation data to feed into a range
    of services for monitoring the environment and supporting civil security
    With the benefit of more three decades of experience in implementing
    satellite missions to observe Earth from space, ESA is well-placed to
    develop and manage this core component of GMES.
    The GMES Space Component comprises two types of satellite missions, ESA’s
    five families of dedicated Sentinels and missions from other space agencies,
    called Contributing Missions. A unified ground segment, through which the
    data are streamed and made freely available for GMES services, completes the
    Space Component. The Sentinels will be launched from 2013.
    These missions carry a range of technologies, such as radar and multispectral
    imaging instruments for land, ocean and atmospheric monitoring:
    • Sentinel-1 will provide all-weather, day and night radar imagery for
    land and ocean services,
    • Sentinel-2 will provide high-resolution optical imagery for land
    • Sentinel-3 will provide high-accuracy optical, radar and altimetry
    data for marine and land services,
    • Sentinel-4 and Sentinel-5 will provide data for atmospheric
    composition monitoring from geostationary orbit and polar orbit,
    The Polyus military testbed was put together on a crash basis as an answer
    to America’s Star Wars program. It was built around a surplus TKS manned
    spacecraft and was meant to test prototype ASAT and Star Wars defense
    systems. It failed to reach orbit, but it had succeeded, it
    would have been the core module of a new Mir-2 space station. Its mere
    presence could have decisively changed the shape of the Cold War in its
    final months.
    Polyus Starwars system launched in 1987:
    The Polyus testbed contained means of defence against both ASAT weapons and
    beam weapons, though according to Kornilov’s article these were only meant
    to conduct approach and docking tests. A cannon was mounted on Polyus to
    defend against ASAT weapons. An optical sighting system for the defensive
    cannon was included in addition to a sighting radar. By this means hostile
    ASAT weapons could be tracked without generating traceable signals.
    Experiments to check the efficiency of barium clouds in diffusing particle
    beams were also to have been conducted with Polyus.
    A Polyus mock-up was delivered by the Krunichev Factory to Baikonur
    Cosmodrome in July, 1986, for tests of the Polyus/Energia interface. The
    spacecraft was about 37 meters in length, 4.1 meters in diameter and weighed
    about 80 metric tons. A question exists whether a mock-up of the Polyus
    test bed was constructed and if it still exists. There have been several
    schemes advanced by the Salyut Design Bureau and the Krunichev Factory for
    the commercial adaptation of Polyus and these may be intended to make use
    of this mock-up. Polyus’s failure to achieve working orbit was caused by a
    faulty inertial guidance sensor. An article entitled “Unknown Polyus” by
    Yuri Kornilov, Chief Designer of the Salyut Design Bureau, has appeared in
    the journal “Earth and the Universe”, and it provides details about the
    construction and testing of the first payload for the Energia rocket, the
    “Polyus” spacecraft. While Kornilov invites the reader to “read between the
    lines” and points out previous Soviet mis-statements about the Polyus, he
    is under a security ban which would lead to a 10 years in prison if he
    reveals (Soviet) “state” secrets. His article continues to claim that
    weapons systems tests were peaceful experiments.
    On March 23, 1983, United States President Ronald Reagan set forth his
    vision of “Star Wars”, a shield intended to defend the United States against
    nuclear attack from any place on Earth. The leader of the Soviet Union, Yuri
    Andropov, immediately accused the United States of seeking to militarily
    dominate the Soviet Union, and it appears he also authorised the design of
    counter-measures, including Polyus. Andropov sought to bring about a treaty
    banning military weapons from space until he fell ill in June, 1983.
    The Soviet space program ran on a five year cycle and Kornilov complains
    that the Polyus spacecraft had less than the customary five years for
    development. It was decided that the Polyus would be the payload for the
    first launch of the Energia heavy lifter, then scheduled for the fall of
  3. Kornilov gives no reason for the rushed development.
    Kornilov then goes on to declare that because of this rush Polyus was
    created by combining components from several current projects. The interface
    between Polyus and the Energia booster was adapted from the Buran Space
    Shuttle. The central module was adapted from a module for the Mir 2 Space
    Station. The replaceable and returnable space station to house cosmonauts
    was adapted from the upgrade of the existing TKS Transport Supply Spacecraft
    (Kosmos 929, 1267, 1443, 1668). Since the interface of the replaceable space
    station with the Proton launch vehicle was adapted to interface it with the
    central module, the rocket engines for orbital insertion had to be placed in
    the nose of the vehicle. This placement had catastrophic consequences for
    the Polyus spacecraft.
    After Andropov’s death in February, 1984 his successor Konstantin Chernenko
    continued to press for a treaty banning the militarisation of space. None
    the less, apparently following the successful test by the US Army of an
    anti-ballistic missile on June 12, 1984, and the rejection of a Soviet
    diplomatic initiative on July 1, construction of the Polyus began at the
    Krunichev Factory.
    Design and construction of the platform was given the highest priority, and
    was under the personal supervision of Armaments Minister O D Baklanov (who
    later organised the coup against Michael Gorbachev) and Vice Minister O N
    Shishkin. These two met weekly with project leaders and issued immediate
    orders for the production of any needed components.
    Chernenko’s successor Michael Gorbachev denounced the militarisation of
    space on his first diplomatic trips abroad in December, 1984. Following
    Chernenko’s death on March 12, 1985, and his becoming leader, Gorbachev
    proposed a freeze on the development of space weapons.
    Headquartered at Dahlgren, Va., Naval Space Command began operations ….
    Oct. 1, 1983. Naval Space Command uses the medium of space and its potential
    to provide essential information and capabilities to shore and afloat naval
    forces by a variety of means:
    • Operating surveillance, navigation, communication, environmental, and
    information systems;
    • Advocating naval warfighting requirements in the joint arena;
    • Advising, supporting, and assisting the naval services through
    training, and by developing space plans, programs, policies, concepts,
    and doctrine.
    Naval Space Command’s headquarters staff and operational element numbers
    approximately 350 Navy military and civilian personnel. Their component
    commands include the Naval Satellite Operations Center and the Fleet
    Surveillance Support Command.
    Naval Space Command, a component of USSPACECOM, operates assigned space
    systems to provide surveillance and warning, and provides spacecraft
    telemetry and on-orbit engineering support. In addition, Naval Space Command
    serves as the Alternate Space Control Center [AASC] for USSPACECOM’s primary
    centers located at Cheyenne Mountain AS. ASCC missions include operational
    direction of the entire global space surveillance network (SSN) for
    commander in chief, USSPACECOM (USCINCSPACE). The ASCC also detects, tracks,
    identifies, and catalogs all man-made objects in space and provides position
    information on these objects to about 1,000 customers. In addition, ASCC is
    charged with monitoring the space environment and informing owners and
    operators of U.S. and allied space systems of potential threats to their
    assets by continuous liaison with the systems’ operations centers.
    The heartbeat of Naval Space Command revolves around providing space support
    to day-to-day operations of the Fleet and Fleet Marine Forces worldwide,
    whether for routine deployments, exercises, or actions in response to a
    crisis situation. This space support to terrestrial and naval forces can be
    categorized across a broad spectrum of activities that encompass
    communications, surveillance and indication, and warning, intelligence,
    navigation, and remote sensing.
    A constant and vigilant surveillance of potentially hostile military threats
    is critical in preserving the operational effectiveness of our armed forces
    around the world. Naval Space Command manages two distinct surveillance
    efforts in support of Fleet and Fleet Marine Forces: tracking satellites in
    orbit and monitoring over-the-horizon threats from sea and air forces.
    First, Naval Space Command operates a surveillance network of nine field
    stations located across the southern U.S. Three transmitter sites in the
    network are located at Jordan Lake, Ala., Lake Kickapoo, Texas, and Gila
    River, Ariz. Six receiver sites are located at Tattnall, Ga., Hawkinsville,
    Ga., Silver Lake, Miss., Red River, Ark., Elephant Butte, N.M., and San
    Diego, Calif.
    These surveillance stations produce a “fence” of electromagnetic energy that
    can detect objects out to an effective range of 15,000 nautical miles.
    Over one million satellite detections, or observations, are collected by
    this surveillance network each month. Data gathered is transmitted to a
    computer center at Naval Space Command headquarters in Dahlgren, where it is
    used to constantly update a data base of spacecraft orbital elements. This
    information is reported to Fleet and Fleet Marine Forces to alert them when
    particular satellites of interest are overhead. The command also maintains a
    catalog of all earth-orbiting satellites and supports USSPACECOM as part of
    the nation’s worldwide Space Surveillance Network…
    Naval Space Command provides space intelligence support to deployed naval
    forces through an initiative dubbed “Chambered Round.” The Chambered Round
    product is a message that provides deployed naval forces with tactical
    assessments of hostile space capabilities and specific reactions to their
    operations. This knowledge assists Fleet and Fleet Marine Force tactical
    units in reducing their vulnerability to space reconnaissance efforts…
    TRW – Direct Energy Weapon “Naval-Surface Warfare Center” – Virginia
    Maryland’s aerospace and defense industry includes 12 major military
    installations, 16 of America’s top 25 aerospace companies and 70 of the
    top 100 defense contractors. The state is a thriving location for space
    exploration, satellite technology and research, design and manufacturing of
    UAVs and robotics. The industry includes Department of Defense related
    activities such as biodefense, cyber security, avionics, informatics and
    ordnance and weapons testing. In 2009, Maryland’s 2,600 aerospace and
    defense businesses were awarded $3.5 billion in federal contracts and
    generated $21.2 billion in Gross Domestic Product.
    Maryland has more than 50 federal research agencies and ranks second
    nationally in research and development investments by the federal
    government, with $12.5 billion in annual funding.
    Research and development in Maryland based organizations revolutionize
    aerospace and space exploration offering mankind an up-close look at
    mysteries of our planet with help from the Hubble Space Telescope, the
    MESSENGER satellite and the James Webb Space Telescope.
    • JHU Applied Physics Lab
    • U.S. Army Research Laboratory
    • Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
    • Naval Air Systems Command
    • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    • Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport
    • Aberdeen Proving Ground
    • Adelphi Laboratory Center
    • Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District
    • Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center
    • Coast Guard Yard, Curtis Bay
    • Fort Detrick
    • Fort George G. Meade
    • Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington
    • National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda
    • Naval Air Station Patuxent River
    • Naval Support Facility Indian Head
    • United States Naval Academy
    • Boeing
    • IBM
    • Booz Allen Hamilton
    • L-3 Communications
    • CACI International
    • Lockheed Martin
    • CSC
    • MITRE
    • General Dynamics
    • Northrop Grumman
    • Honeywell International
    • SAIC
    Maryland has world-renowned colleges and universities with outstanding
    computer science and engineering programs. Nationally ranked STEM and
    competitive research programs include the University System of Maryland,
    which attracts more than $1 billion annually in external research and
    development support and Johns Hopkins University, the nation’s leading
    University in volume of research.
    • University of Maryland College Park is ranked among the top ten
    universities in graduate and undergraduate aerospace engineering and
    produces the largest number of STEM graduates in the state.
    • University of Maryland Baltimore County has the second highest percentage
    of graduates in STEM fields of any university in the state and is home to
    the Center for Information Security and Assurance.
    • University of Maryland University College is one of the world’s largest
    public universities. Specialized training programs include Homeland Security
    and Information Assurance, Information Technology,
    Project Management and Software Engineering.
    • United States Naval Academy ranks second in the nation among top public
    liberal arts colleges, fifth in undergraduate engineering (among schools
    without PhD programs); its programs in aerospace and electronics/
    communications engineering rank in top ten.
    • Anne Arundel Community College the first 2-year college to develop a
    cybersecurity curriculum, the Information Systems Security program offers an
    AA degree, certificate and courses to students for entry-level positions in
    13.Space Weapons
    Richard L. Garwin (USA)
    Wednesday 14th May, 2003
    Classes of weapons:
  4. Directed-energy weapons such as space-based lasers DEW
  5. Kinetic -energy weapons against missile targets KEW
  6. Kinetic -energy weapons against surface targets KEW
  7. Conventional warheads delivered by space-based, or space-traversing,
    Here is a tabulation of threats:
    1) denial & deception
    2) electronic warfare
    3) attack on ground stations
    4) sensor blinding
    5) microsatellites
    6) direct-ascent interceptors
    7) nuclear detonation in space
    Patent 1,096,102 – The Hollow Earth Theory
    Patent 3,951,134 – Apparatus and method for remotely monitoring and altering brain waves
    Patent 4,686,685 – Method And Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere,
    Ionosphere, and/or Magnetosphere
    Patent 4,717,343 – Method of Changing Person’s Behavior
    Patent 4,858,612 – Hearing Device
    Patent 4,877,027 – Hearing System
    Patent 5,123,899 – Method and System for Altering Consciousness
    Patent 5,159,703 – Silent Subliminal Presentation System
    Patent 5,270,800 – Subliminal Message Generator
    Patent 5,507,291 – Method and an Associated Apparatus for Remotely Determining information as to
    Person’s Emotional State
    Patent 5,539,705 – Ultrasonic Speech Translator and Communications System
    Patent 5,629,678 – Personal Tracking and Recovery System
    Patent 5,760,692 – Intra-oral Tracking Device
    Patent 5,878,155 – Method for verifying human identity during electronic sale transactions
    Patent 5,905,461 – Global Positioning Satellite Tracking Device
    Patent 5,935,054 – Magnetic excitation of Sensory Resonances
    Patent 5,952,600 – Engine Disabling Weapon
    Patent 6,006,188 – Speech Signal Processing for Determining Psychological or Physiological
    Characteristics Using a Knowledge Base
    Patent 6,011,991 – Communication system and method including brain wave analysis and/or use of
    brain activity
    Patent 6,014,080 – Body Worn Active and Passive Tracking Device
    Patent 6,017,302 – Subliminal Acoustic Manipulation of Nervous System
    Patent 6,051,594 – Methods and Formulations for Modulating the Human Sexual Response
    Patent 6,669,094 – Method of Embedding and Recovering Encoded Item Identification Information in
    an Emulsion by Means of Radiant Energy
    WASHINGTON DC 20350-1000 SECNAVINST 3900.39D
    BUMED MOOR, 3 November 2006
    From: Secretary of the Navy
    i. International Research.
    Research involving human subjects who are not U.S. citizens or DOD
    personnel, conducted outside the United States, and its territories
    and possessions, requires permission of the host country. The laws,
    customs, and practices of the host country and those required by this
    instruction will be followed. An ethics review by the host country,
    or local Naval IRE with host country representation, is required.
    j. Classified Research.
    Classified research with human subjects is held to the same ethical
    principles and human subject protections as unclassified research and
    must receive prior approval from the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF)
    (SECDEF Memorandum of December 13, 1999) . Classified research is not
    eligible for review under expedited review procedures as noted in
    reference (n)
    A. Research includes, but is not limited to, any project,
    task, test, pilot study, experiment, investigation, study,
    clinical study, clinical investigation, clinical trial,
    evaluation, developmental effort or similar undertaking, whether
    or not conducted or supported under a program that is officially
    considered research. Any effort, even if not considered
    research for other purposes, is considered research for purposes
    of this instruction.
    15.Scientists to study synthetic telepathy
    Researchers get grant to develop communication system based on thoughts, not
    speech, Irvine, Calif., August 13, 2008
    A team of UC Irvine scientists has been awarded a $4 million grant from the
    U.S. Army Research Office to study the neuroscientific and signal-processing
    foundations of synthetic telepathy.The research could lead to a ommunication
    system that would benefit soldiers on the battlefield and paralysis and
    stroke patients, according to lead researcher Michael D’Zmura, chair of the
    UCI Department of Cognitive Sciences.
    “Thanks to this generous grant we can work with experts in automatic speech
    recognition and in brain imaging at other universities to research a braincomputer
    interface with applications in military, medical and commercial
    settings,” D’Zmura says.
    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.
    “Such a system would require extensive training for anyone using it to send
    and receive messages,” D’Zmura says. Initially, communication would be based
    on a limited set of words or phrases that are recognized by the system; it
    would involve more complex language and speech as the technology is
    developed further.”
    D’Zmura will collaborate with UCI cognitive science professors Ramesh
    Srinivasan, Gregory Hickok and Kourosh Saberi. Joining the team are
    researchers Richard Stern and Vijayakumar Bhagavatula from Carnegie Mellon
    University and David Poeppel from the University of Maryland.The grant comes
    from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Multidisciplinary University Research
    Initiative program-MURI, which supports research involving more than one
    science and engineering discipline. Its goal is to develop applications for
    military and commercial uses.
    About the University of California, Irvine: The University of California,
    Irvine is a top-ranked university dedicated to research, scholarship and
    community service. Founded in 1965, UCI is among the fastest-growing
    University of California campuses, with more than 27,000 undergraduate and
    graduate students and nearly 2,000 faculty members. The third-largest
    employer in dynamic Orange County, UCI contributes an annual economic impact
    of $3.6 billion.
    16.MURI: Synthetic Telepathy
    Multidisciplinary University research intiative program
    We are conducting basic neuroscientific and signal-processing research on imagined
    speech production and on intended direction. When thinking to oneself silently, one
    can often hear imagined words in one’s head. We use non-invasive brain-imaging
    techniques like EEG, MEG and fMRI to learn more about how the brain produces
    imagined speech when one thinks. We aim to process EEG and MEG signals to determine
    what words a person is thinking and to whom or what location the message should be
    sent.The research is conducted by teams at the University of California, Irvine, at
    Carnegie Mellon University, and at the New York University. The work of seven
    investigators and their students is supported directly by this project.
    This work is supported by one of 34 awards made in 2008 by the Department of
    Defense (DoD) to academic institutions to perform multi-disciplinary basic
    research. Awards are made by one of three DoD research offices: the Army
    Research Office (ARO) Office of Naval Research (ONR), and the Air Force
    Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). The award is part of the the DoD
    Multi-disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program. The MURI
    program supports multi-disciplinary basic research in areas of DoD interest
    that include more than one traditional science and engineering discipline.
    For such a multidisciplinary research area, bringing together scientists and
    engineers with different areas of expertise can accelerate basic research
    progress and the transitioning of research results to application.The MURI
    program complements other DoD research programs, which support standard
    single-investigator research at academic institutions, through awards to
    multi-disciplinary teams that are both larger and longer in duration. The
    2008 awards are for a three-year base period with a two-year option which
    depends upon the availability of appropriations and satisfactory research
    progress. MURI awards can provide greater sustained support than singleinvestigator
    awards for the graduate training of students pursuing advanced
    work in science and engineering, as well as for associated infrastructure
    like research equipment. MURI program is highly competitive. ARO, ONR, and
    AFOSR solicited proposals in 18 topics important to DoD and received a total
    of 104 proposals for 2008 funding. The 34 proposals selected underwent merit
    review by panels of experts in the pertinent science and engineering
    fields.This MURI award is being supervised by ARO, which is part of the Army
    Research Laboratory. The ARO’s mission is to (1) serve as the Army’s premier
    extramural basic research agency in engineering, physical, information and
    life sciences, and (2) develop and exploit innovative advances to insure the
    Nation’s technological superiority. Basic research proposals from
    educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and private industry are
    competitively selected and funded.
  8. /10 Modern Methods of Mind Control
  9. Education — This is the most obvious, yet still remains the most insidious. It
    has always been a would-be dictator’s ultimate fantasy to “educate” naturally
    impressionable children, thus it has been a central component to Communist and
    Fascist tyrannies throughout history. No one has been more instrumental in
    exposing the agenda of modern education than Charlotte Iserbyt — one can begin
    research into this area by downloading a free PDF of her book, The Deliberate
    Dumbing Down of America, which lays bare the role of Globalist foundations in
    shaping a future intended to produce servile drones lorded over by a fully
    educated, aware elite class.
  10. Advertising and Propaganda – Edward Bernays has been cited as the inventor of
    the consumerist culture that was designed primarily to target people’s self-image
    (or lack thereof) in order to turn a want into a need. This was initially
    envisioned for products such as cigarettes, for example. However, Bernays also
    noted in his 1928 book, Propaganda, that “propaganda is the executive arm of the
    invisible government.” This can be seen most clearly in the modern police state and
    the growing citizen snitch culture, wrapped up in the pseudo-patriotic War on
    Terror. The increasing consolidation of media has enabled the entire corporate
    structure to merge with government, which now utilizes the concept of propaganda
    placement. Media; print, movies, television, and cable news can now work
    seamlessly to integrate an overall message which seems to have the ring of truth
    because it comes from so many sources, simultaneously. When one becomes attuned to
    identifying the main “message,” one will see this imprinting everywhere. And this
    is not even to mention subliminal messaging.
  11. Predictive Programming – Many still deny that predictive programming is real. I
    would invite anyone to examine the range of documentation put together by Alan Watt
    and come to any other conclusion. Predictive programming has its origins in
    predominately elitist Hollywood, where the big screen can offer a big vision of
    where society is headed. Just look back at the books and movies which you thought
    were far-fetched, or “science fiction” and take a close look around at society
    today. For a detailed breakdown of specific examples, Vigilant Citizen is a great
    resource that will probably make you look at “entertainment” in a completely
    different light.
  12. Sports, Politics, Religion – Some might take offense at seeing religion, or even
    politics, put alongside sports as a method of mind control. The central theme is
    the same throughout: divide and conquer. The techniques are quite simple: short
    circuit the natural tendency of people to cooperate for their survival, and teach
    them to form teams bent on domination and winning. Sports has always had a role as
    a key distraction that corrals tribal tendencies into a non-important event, which
    in modern America has reached ridiculous proportions where protests will break out
    over a sport celebrity leaving their city, but essential human issues such as
    liberty are giggled away as inconsequential. Political discourse is strictly in a
    left-right paradigm of easily controlled opposition, while religion is the backdrop
    of nearly every war throughout history.
  13. Food, Water, and Air – Additives, toxins, and other food poisons literally alter
    brain chemistry to create docility and apathy. Fluoride in drinking water has been
    proven to lower IQ; Aspartame and MSG are excitotoxins which excite brain cells
    until they die; and easy access to the fast food that contains these poisons
    generally has created a population that lacks focus and motivation for any type of
    active lifestyle. Most of the modern world is perfectly groomed for passive
    receptiveness — and acceptance — of the dictatorial elite. And if you choose to
    diligently watch your diet, they are fully prepared to spray the population from
    the above.
  14. Drugs — This can be any addictive substance, but the mission of mind controllers
    is to be sure you are addicted to something. One major arm of the modern mind
    control agenda is psychiatry, which aims to define all people by their disorders,
    as opposed to their human potential. This was foreshadowed in books such as Brave
    New World. Today, it has been taken to even further extremes as a medical tyranny
    has taken hold where nearly everyone has some sort of disorder — particularly those
    who question authority. The use of nerve drugs in the military has led to record
    numbers of suicides. Worst of all, the modern drug state now has over 25% of U.S.
    children on mind-numbing medication.
  15. Military testing — The military has a long history as the testing ground for
    mind control. The military mind is perhaps the most malleable, as those who pursue
    life in the military generally resonate to the structures of hierarchy, control,
    and the need for unchallenged obedience to a mission. For the increasing number of
    military personal questioning their indoctrination, a recent story highlighted
    DARPA’s plans for transcranial mind control helmets that will keep them focused.
  16. Electromagnetic spectrum — An electromagnetic soup envelops us all, charged by
    modern devices of convenience which have been shown to have a direct impact on
    brain function. In a tacit admission of what is possible, one researcher has been
    working with a “god helmet” to induce visions by altering the electromagnetic field
    of the brain. Our modern soup has us passively bathed by potentially mind-altering
    waves, while a wide range of possibilities such as cell phone towers is now
    available to the would-be mind controller for more direct intervention.
  17. Television, Computer, and “flicker rate”– It’s bad enough that what is
    “programmed” on your TV (accessed via remote “control”) is engineered; it is all
    made easier by literally lulling you to sleep, making it a psycho-social weapon.
    Flicker rate tests show that alpha brain waves are altered, producing a type of
    hypnosis — which doesn’t portend well for the latest revelation that lights can
    transmit coded Internet data by “flickering faster than the eye can see.” The
    computer’s flicker rate is less, but through video games, social networks, and a
    basic structure which overloads the brain with information, the rapid pace of
    modern communication induces an ADHD state. A study of video games revealed that
    extended play can result in lower blood flow to the brain, sapping emotional
    control. Furthermore, role-playing games of lifelike war and police state
    scenarios serve to desensitize a connection to reality. One look at the WikiLeaks
    video Collateral Murder should be familiar to anyone who has seen a game like Call
    of Duty.
  18. Nanobots – From science fiction horror, directly to the modern brain; the
    nanobots are on the way. Direct brain modification already has been packaged as
    “neuroengineering.” A Wired article from early 2009 highlighted that direct brain
    manipulation via fiber optics is a bit messy, but once installed “it could make
    someone happy with the press of a button.” Nanobots take the process to an
    automated level, rewiring the brain molecule by molecule. Worse, these mini droids
    can self-replicate, forcing one to wonder how this genie would ever get back in the
    bottle once unleashed.
    Expected date of arrival? Early 2020s.A concerted effort is underway to manage and
    predict human behavior so that the social scientists and the dictatorial elite can
    control the masses and protect themselves from the fallout of a fully awake free
    humanity. Only by waking up to their attempts to put us to sleep do we stand a
    chance of preserving our free will.
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