Brave New World: Neurowarfare and the Limits of International Humanitarian Law
Archiving 1,313,093 Declassified Government Documents Since 1996
White, Stephen E. (2008) "Brave New World: Neurowarfare and the Limits of International Humanitarian Law," Cornell International Law Journal: Vol. 41: Iss. 1, Article 9. Available at:http://scholarship.law.cornell.edu/cilj/vol41/iss1/9
For the past several years, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the military research and development agency tasked with maintaining U.S. military technological superiority, has engaged in research on direct neurological control of weapon systems.1 Although international law does not create a per se prohibition on the use of these weapons, the potential misuse of such weapons radically challenges tradi- tional notions of criminal responsibility by effacing the distinction between thought and act. 2 This Note suggests that the development of such weap- ons requires a more expansive doctrine of command responsibility in order not to vitiate established legal principles regarding criminal accountability for war crimes.
Part I of this Note examines DARPA's Human Assisted Neural Devices (formerly Brain-Machine Interfaces) Program. It explores why DARPA regards these devices as a critical technology, how far DARPA has devel- oped the program, and where DARPA will deploy the initial uses of this
technology, such as for the control of prosthetics of wounded soldiers and the guidance of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). In addition, Part I briefly surveys academic research in the field to determine how far the project has advanced. The classified nature of much of DARPA's research precludes alternative approaches.
Part II considers the use of neurological weapons in the context of international law. First, it investigates the current law on prohibited weap- ons and describes recent efforts to enlarge the scope of banned weapons. Part II then accounts for the historical difficulties in implementing prohibi- tions against the use of advanced technologies in war. Indeed, great dispar- ities exist between the law of warfare, which pronounces that the means of injuring enemies is not unlimited, and its implementation. Based on this examination of the current law of warfare, this section concludes that weapons employing brain-machine interfaces most likely do not violate international humanitarian law (IHL).
Col. Fletcher Prouty - Illusions of Scarce Oil and more . . . YouTube
Hell Froze Over As Argentina Embargoes Chevron's $2 Billion In Assets ~ The Chevron Pit - Contaminated the Rain Forest
Posted on Thursday, November 08, 2012
Yesterday, hell froze over when an Argentine court embargoed or, in effect, froze up to potentially $19 billion in Chevron assets in the South American country.
Now it's time to fight it out on the ice.
Chevron, which now has about $2 billion in assets in Argentina, has sworn it will never pay a dime to cleanup the contamination it left behind in the Ecuadorian rainforest. Said former General Counsel Charles James: "Not till hell freezes over, and then we will fight it out on the ice."
Chevron has defied Ecuador's courts, refusing to pay an enforceable $19 billion judgment and forcing the Ecuadorians to file lawsuits to seize assets in Ecuador, Brazil, Canada and Argentina to obtain the damage award for one of the world's largest oil-related environmental disasters.
OMGs Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs - ATF and Law Enforcement REPORT
The ATF, Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information (OSH), Field Intelligence Support Branch, has prepared the following report to provide intelligence and analysis on outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMH's) in the United States military and Government.
Some key findings: OMG support clubs are recruiting a large number of active-duty military personnel - utilizing active-duty military personnel and U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) contractors and employees to spread their tentacles across the United States.
Since 2007, ATF and its UNLAWFUL enforcement partners, domestic and abroad, have discovered the documented OMG members have been employed as Federal employees and contractors, active-duty military, reservists and National Guardsmen. Numerous OMG members, prospects and associates are also employed with State and local government agencies. Besides being members of the police and fire departments, they work for the parking authority, water and sewage departments, etc., and 911 call centers, and even in nuke plants. . .
A ROTHSCHILD Website - PlainSight.com - Causing Water Plumbing Leaks and Creating New "Deep" Markets, and more
ROTHSCHILD'S Minions - Dr. Patrick DeSouza a member of the CFR | Leeb Capital Management . . .
Capital management and investments for profits requires creating NEW "DEEP" MARKETS.
We have discovered that intentionally causing copper plumbing water leaks has fostered new companies to mitigate the damage while decreasing property owners cash reserves and savings. . .
For example, new "DEEP" markets are created as a result of intentional and deliberate large scale manipulations of destabilizing building structure integrity, and the business opportunities that emerge from damage and repair requirements. We have investigated a number of properties, contacted insurance agents and plumbing companies and have discovered wide-spread damage from water copper plumbing pin hole leaks which are a major cause of water leak damage and continual repair costs to property owners.
Rothschild has created new "DEEP" markets by requiring corrosive additives to the municipal water supplies, such as fluoride, chlorine, etc. These toxic chemicals are sold to the populations as health benefits ignoring the real science of human damage, but then again causing injury profits the corporate structure, too. Damage caused by continual plumbing pin hole water leaks in the copper piping has become an enormous expense to property owners. These small leaks can drip for sometime before being detected and dependent on how observant occupants are determines how much damage results. These leaks can not only damage carpets, pads, drywall, furniture but can travel between walls to lower levels and become a source of mold if not handled by professionals with the equipment to extract and dry out the materials.
Ever wonder why there are so many companies that specialize in leak detection and water extraction? Ever think about leak detection companies? Certainly leaks will occur but when the intentional goal is to cause water leaks we must rethink our circumstances. We consulted with several insurance companies to determine how wide spread these water leaks are and were told, "water damage from plumbing are the main insurance claims they deal with". It is important to know that if your water damage is not a sudden event the insurance companies will not provide coverage. If the insurance company determines you had a water leak and it was a slow leak you are not covered, this is according to State Farm. We asked several other insurance companies about their water leak claims and what areas they were involved with and in Southern California these companies had information on Pasadena and Santa Monica where plumbing leaks were frequent, and both areas are fluoridated. . .
We have learned that in the last two years plumbing water leaks have increased, and we also know the increased pulsed electromagnetic frequencies are causing damage as well. All wireless communication devices - i.e. WiFi, cell phones, computers, cell towers, antennas, smart meters, and more, create building material fatigue. EVERYTHING is made of frequencies and the continuous effects of pulsed microwave frequencies act like small earthquakes causing damage and the need for repair - a NEW "DEEP" BUSINESS. . . We learned that American Leak Detection is a business model that is benefiting the international bankers coffers. . . as you will learn from reading the link below that was found on the Plain Sight website aka Rothschild and companies.
ROTHSCHILD'S Minions - Dr. Patrick DeSouza a member of the CFR | Leeb Capital Management . . .
Plain Sight and its team of Yale scientists have been working with Leeb Capital Management to develop next generation quantitative tools to provide Leeb Capital an analytic edge.
In keeping with Leeb Capital Management’s focus on resources, Dr. DeSouza is also Executive Chairman of Water Intelligence plc, a publicly traded London-based company that provides metering and "leak detection" solutions for the water industry.
Dr. DeSouza has twenty years of experience in investment banking and practicing securities law. Over the course of his career, he has significant experience with respect to billions of dollars of M&A and corporate finance transactions both in the United States and internationally.
Dr. DeSouza has also served at the White House as Director for Inter-American Affairs on the National Security Council. In addition to articles on economic policy, he is the author of Economic Strategy and National Security (Westview 2000) which includes contributions from former senior members of the Bush and Clinton Administrations. He has been a visiting lecturer at the Yale Law School where he taught a course on global wealth management. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Dr. DeSouza is a graduate of Columbia College, Yale Law School and Stanford Graduate School where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on foreign investment in the United States.
The PlainSight Group Company Overview
Contributed to U.S. innovation policy at the highest levels - including at the White House, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and major national universities . . . We license our intellectual property to third parties ranging from Fortune 500 companies such as Raytheon and Lockheed Martin (defense) to smaller companies such as BrainScope Corporation (medical).
Communications, POWER and Mind Control Earth - 99% of all Information is Top Secret - YouTube
American Bar Association - Note on the list Rockefeller and Rothschild
Department of Defense Weather Programs
Common Mycoplasmas - Now Weaponized, Pathogenic And Deadly
The pathogenic Mycoplasma used to be very innocuous, but biological warfare research conducted between 1942 and the present time has resulted in the creation of more deadly and infectious forms of Mycoplasma. Researchers extracted this mycoplasma from the Brucella bacterium and actually reduced the disease to a crystalline form. They "weaponised" it and tested it on an unsuspecting public in North America.
John Todd exposes his former family, the Illuminati - YouTube
RAND Corporation: Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the U.S. Military: Volume 2. Estimates for Department of Defense Service Members from the 2014 RAND Military Workplace Study | RAND
In early 2014, the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office asked the RAND National Defense Research Institute to conduct an independent assessment of the rates of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and gender discrimination in the military — an assessment last conducted in 2012 by the Department of Defense using the Workplace and Gender Relations Survey of Active Duty Members. The resulting RAND Military Workplace Study invited close to 560,000 U.S. service members to participate in a survey fielded in August and September of 2014. This volume presents results from this survey for active- and reserve-component service members in the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. It includes estimates of the number of service members who experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, or gender discrimination in the past year, as well as detailed information about the characteristics of those incidents, decisions to report, and experiences with response and legal systems for both male and female service members. It also describes service members' beliefs and attitudes about these problems.
RAND Corporation: Psychological Operations by Another Name Are Sweeter | RAND
The solution is simple. To protect military information support operations from developing the same sort of taint that psychological operations now have, they should be made unambiguously truthful. PSYOP (now MISO) doctrine should be rewritten to ban misleading or false content or disseminating messages with false attribution. Clear (and publicly stated) policies prohibiting falsehood and MISO doctrine that is free from "black" tools and approaches will signal to U.S. allies and target audiences alike that MISO personnel are honest, credible and trustworthy sources of information. Credible sources are, after all, the most persuasive.
There may still be times when the Department of Defense wants and needs to mislead or manipulate an enemy. Most of these will be tactical and short-term needs, and either directly protect the lives of U.S. forces or trick adversaries into exposing themselves to harm, or both. To preserve U.S. credibility in those cases where "black" tools are necessary, they should be separated completely from military information support so that MISO is never touched by the taint of falsehood.
Commanders who desired such capability could employ it, but the “black” tools would be separated with a policy firewall from truthful efforts to inform, influence, and persuade. This would promote greater collaboration with public affairs and civil affairs, and would facilitate the realization of strategic communication principles. And, to keep things honest, the residual "black toolkit" could be called something evil-sounding, like "deceptive manipulation" or even....PSYOP.
Dr. Christopher Paul is a social scientist at the RAND Corporation, a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decision-making through research and analysis. He is the author of Whither Strategic Communication?, Information Operations - Doctrine and Practice, and co-author of Enlisting Madison Avenue.
RAND Corporation: Psychological Warfare | RAND - Renamed from PSYOPS to MISO - military information support operations
The RAND Corporation Waging the ‘‘War of Ideas’’ . . . PSYOPS
‘‘Wars of subversion and counter subversion are fought, in the last resort, in the minds of the people,’’ a leading British authority on counterterrorism concluded in 1971.1 More than three decades later, there is growing recognition among U.S. government officials, journalists, and analysts of terrorism that defeating al-Qaida— arguably the preeminent challenge to U.S. security—will require far more than ‘‘neutralizing’’ leaders, disrupting cells, and dismantling networks.
The much greater threat is posed by the global jihadist movement that Usama bin Ladin continues to inspire. That move- ment, characterized by some observers as a worldwide insurgency,3 threatens the United States’ interests in regions as diverse as central Asia, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
In war everything is simple, but even the simple things are extremely difficult. Although the United States and its allies have waged successful campaigns to discredit totalitarian ideologies such as fascism and communism, these operations have never come readily to liberal democracies. Part of the explanation can be found in the uneasiness open societies tend to have about engaging in psychological manipulation, lying, and other mendacious and ‘‘underhanded’’ practices that are likely to be part of any full-scale campaign against a hostile ideology.7 That this campaign would necessarily involve efforts to discredit a religious viewpoint—no matter how extreme that viewpoint might be—also clashes with liberal notions about the importance of religious liberty and the need to maintain the separation of church and state. More fundamentally, waging a blatantly ideological struggle seems quite unnatural to Americans and other Westerners, who tend to downplay intangible factors such as ideas, history, and culture as political motivators, preferring instead to stress relatively more concrete driving forces such as personal security and physical well-being.
BioMedical Implants and References for Implant Technologies
Assessing and Evaluating Department of Defense Efforts to Inform, Influence, and Persuade: Desk Reference | RAND
To achieve key national security objectives, the U.S. government and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) must communicate effectively and credibly with a broad range of foreign audiences. DoD spends more than $250 million per year on inform, influence, and persuade (IIP) efforts, but how effective (and cost-effective) are they? How well do they support military objectives? Could some of them be improved? If so, how? It can be difficult to measure changes in audience behavior and attitudes, and it can take a great deal of time for DoD IIP efforts to have an impact. DoD has struggled with assessing the progress and effectiveness of its IIP efforts and in presenting the results of these assessments to stakeholders and decisionmakers. To address these challenges, a RAND study compiled examples of strong assessment practices across sectors, including defense, marketing, public relations, and academia, distilling and synthesizing insights and advice for the assessment of DoD IIP efforts and programs. These insights and attendant best practices will be useful to personnel who plan and assess DoD IIP efforts and those who make decisions based on assessments, particularly those in DoD and Congress who are responsible for setting national defense priorities and allocating the necessary resources. In addition to identifying where and why efforts have been successful, assessment can help detect imminent program failure early on, saving precious time and resources. An accompanying volume, Assessing and Evaluating Department of Defense Efforts to Inform, Influence, and Persuade: Handbook for Practitioners, offers a quick-reference guide to the best practices presented here for personnel responsible for planning, executing, and assessing DoD IIP efforts.
U.S. Nerve Gas Hit Our Own Troops in Iraq
During January and February 1991, when the U.S. bombed Iraq’s weapons plants and storage sites, poisonous plumes floated across the desert to thousands of U.S. troops based on the Saudi border. Sirens wailed daily, but officers in charge announced that the chemical-detection alarms were faulty.
In a 2012 Neuroepidemiology article, Jim Tuite, a Gulf War illness expert, and Dr. Robert Haley, an internist/epidemiologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, wrote that “large numbers of U.S. and Coalition military personnel were exposed to levels of sarin … high enough to cause irreversible or other serious, long-lasting adverse health effects.”
Who owns the Fed? Here's a CHART
American Bar Association 2012- TAX RETURN . . (Rothschild established the BAR - a cover for the Federal Reserve
Patent to use Hypodermic Needles Injecting MicroTransponders into People - wireless neuro-stimulation, vagus nerve, neural plasticity
The company has a patent pending for a delivery system for implanting an array of neurotransponders next to a peripheral nerve by means of a hypodermic needle. The individual transponders can be linked together to form a cluster, and to make removal simpler. Each neurotransponder is the size of a grain of salt (about 1 mm in length and 0.25 mm in diameter), small enough for dozens to be implanted simultaneously in a single location.
Troubled Waters: Global Warming and Climate Change a Weapon of Mass Destruction
COMMENT: If you only read the excerpt below you will see the scheme to inflict falsified science policies of global warming hidden by the real climate change which is the weaponization of the weather and the use of HAARP. You will see the plans that are fully engaged to absorb the Arab World into the genocide programs of which the majority of people are unaware. Soft Kill - Slow Kill techniques are demonstrated though the illusion of water scarcity. We are witnessing a silent weapons system of Attrition Warfare that is intended to bring about countless deaths - orchestrated by heartless government corporations and international bankers.
We can sit idly by - or engage by getting the TRUTH out about the falsified science behind global warming and climate change - The real climate change that is the covert use of weather weapons. Inform everyone you know of the real water facts - please help warn these innocent victims and get the information out of these monstrous plans put in place to take their lives.
While there are many documents and countless books and websites we recommend starting with these YouTubes "Water Wars Stealing Water for Profit and Power" - '"Primary Water Explained" - "Water Crisis Hoax" - "Who is Running America and the Climate Action Plans" and visit www.StopTheCrime.net
Troubled Waters - Climate Change, Hydropolitics, and Transboundary Resources . . .
Climate Change in the Arab World: Threats and Responses
Mohamed Abdel Raouf Abdel Hamid
The Arab World’s Vulnerability to Climate Change
The Arab World will be one of the regions most affected by global warming. According to the Climate Change Index (CCI) developed by Maplecroft, a British risk analysis consul- tancy, it is home to 5 of the top 10 countries most exposed to the impacts of climate change: Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Morocco, and Somalia.
The Arab countries face numerous environmental challenges and have to reconcile many conflicting priorities, from promoting economic diversification, ensuring water supply and food security, and furthering environmental protection and conservation to adapting to the impacts of global warming.
A World Health Orga- nization study has estimated that the modest warming that has already occurred since the 1970s was responsible for 150,000 excess deaths by the year 2000.1
Egypt ranks as the second most exposed country. With the vast bulk of its population con- centrated in the Nile Valley and Delta, it is at high risk of inland flooding; it also faces extreme risk of negative health effects. Iraq, fifth most vulnerable, is at high risk for coastal flooding, exposure to extreme temperatures, susceptibility to decreasing food availability, and the negative health problems these create. Morocco and Somalia, at 6th and 10th place respectively, are both expected to experience increased risk of inland flooding and extreme temperatures.
In the critical Persian Gulf, all six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)—Bah- rain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) —are pro- jected to suffer significant repercussions from global warming. Bahrain, 11th on the CCI, has a relatively small land mass that is in danger of being inundated as sea levels rise with climate change. Qatar is especially susceptible to inland flooding, with 18.2 percent of its land area and 13.7 percent of its population less than 5 meters above sea level. Bahrain and Qatar, together with Kuwait, figure among the countries exhibiting “extreme” vulnerability on the Maplecroft index. Oman, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE are all rated “highly” vulner- able. Many other countries in the region are also expected to be significantly affected by climate change. Yemen ranks among those “extremely” vulnerable, and Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, and Tunisia score “high” on the CCI.
Water Pressures - Most of the Arab world falls under the classification of extreme water scarcity, defined by the United Nations as anything below 1,000 cubic meters per capita of average annual water supply. Many countries of the region already use more than 40 percent of their total available water resources, and more still are projected to do so in the next two decades (see annex 1).
Global warming will exert new pressures on water resources around the world.
Water is at the heart of the problem of climate change. Accelerated glacier melt, rising sea levels, drought, and desertification are all water-related issues. Historically, civiliza- tions rise near the banks of major rivers and are heavily dependent on their flow for water, agriculture, transportation, and trade. Water has always been both a blessing and a source of conflict. In fact, the English word “rivalry,” derived from the Latin rivalis, essentially means “one using the same river as another.”4
Water is also inextricably linked to the health of a population. Fresh water is required for drinking, sanitation, and irrigation of cropland. It has a direct influence on agriculture, which in turn affects harvests and livelihoods, particularly in subsistence farming areas. Changes in saltwater levels could result in saltwater intrusion into aquifers, rendering the groundwater unpotable. Water quality will also be affected by higher surface water tem- peratures which promote algal blooms and increase bacteria and fungi content.5
It is hardly surprising that some of the most parched regions of the world also suffer from perennial unrest. Extrinsic factors, such as rising food prices, can fan civil discord. Yet it is often the dependence of agriculture on scarce water supply that lies at the heart of the problem.
UN Global Biodiversity Assessment Report - 1995
YOU are UN-SUSTAINABLE . . . a Partial List of what's NOT Allowed . . . people and animals, too!
Psychiatrist Colin Ross—The CIA Doctors & Military Mind Control - YouTube
Nano Technology Research Global Map - Google Search . . . includes Morgellons photos
A longitudinal analysis of nanotechnology literature: 1976–2004
Country publication trend
Figures 2 and 3 illustrate the publication trend of the 10 most productive countries in nanotechnology paper publications in the SCI database. Overall, the United States published the most nanotechnology papers, and growth was faster after 1991 than before 1991. Before 1991, the USA, Japan, Germany, France, and England (the United Kingdom) were the major countries in nanotechnology research. After 1991, several addi- tional countries became involved in this arena. China experienced faster growth in the last 10 years than other countries/regions, which made it the second most productive country beginning with 2003. South Korea also showed rapid development after 2000. In four years, it exceeded Italy, Russia, and England to become the 6th most productive country in 2004.
High impact countries
Table 9 shows the top 20 countries with more than 200 papers whose papers were most frequently cited per paper in literature (based on average number of cites per paper). Papers from Switzerland were cited the most frequently per paper. The United States, England, Germany, and France had both a high average number of cites and a high number of papers published.
High impact institutions
Table 10 reports the institutions with more than 100 papers with the highest average number of cites. The papers from the AT&T Bell Labs, European Mol Biol Lab, and Harvard University were cited more than other institutions. University of California Berkeley, MIT, University of California Santa Barbara, and Harvard University had more publications than other high impact institutions. In the list, 17 of the institutions were in the Unites States, two in France and one in Germany. Most of the highly cited institutions were universities.
NutraPoison a BioWeapon - "NutraSweet Horror - TO EMBALM..OR NOT TO EMBALM"
Murder by Injection - by Eustace Mullins . . . pdf (This is Biological Warfare)
There is an excellent book written in the 70's by Eustace Mullins called "Murder by Injection: The Medical Conspiracy Against America". In the very beginning it shows exactly how alloapthy came into being. You can find it as a free pdf online, highly worth the read.
This man was so ahead of his time it's not even funny. He even wrote about fluoride causing neuro-toxic effects upon the brain and how it was used in Russia to 'control' the population and David Rockefeller went there to learn about this.
Project MKULTRA the CIA's Program of Research in Behavioral Modification
Please download the 173 page US Senate report on the CIA using behavior control. Project MKUltra -The CIA's program of research in Behavioral Modification. Joint Hearing Committee on Intelligence Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research. Committee Human Resources United States Senate Ninety Fifth Congress First Session August 3, 1977 US govt Printing Office Washington 96-408 0 DC 1977.
Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars.PDF VERSION
Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars.HTML VERSION
Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars Document - Full Read-YOUTUBE
NSA Broadband Planar Log-Periodic Feed for the Spherical Reflector Used at Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory
GLOBAL FOUNDRIES RF Solutions - New York's "Tech Valley" . . .A new world awaits ... A world of inNEWvation
CANDIDATES for Brain THEFT Recent Advances in Brain Computer Interface Systems
IRON MOUNTAIN: Blueprint for Tyranny
THE VIDEO Transcribed in pdf
Cliff Notes for the Iron Mountain Report
Deborah Tavares - Iron Mountain Report
SANDIA National Lab REPORT - Printed May 2006 Self-Assembling Holographic Biosensors and Biocomputers . . . pdf
BCI - RECENT ADVANCES IN BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE SYSTEMS pdf
Edited by Reza Fazel-Rezai The number of classes varies between two and eight, although Gao et al. (Gao, 2003) established an experiment with even 48 targets. Bakardijan et al. (Bakardijan, 2010) investigated SSVEP responses for frequencies between 5 and 84 Hz to find the strongest response between 5.6 Hz and 15.3 Hz peaking at 12 Hz. With their frequency-optimized-eight-command BCI they achieved a mean success rate of 98 % and an information transfer rate (ITR) of 50 bits/min. Bin et al. (Bin, 2009) reports of a six-target BCI with an average accuracy of 95.3% and an information transfer rate of 58 ¬± 9.6 bits/min. Although most SSVEP-based BCIs work with gaze shifting towards a source, recent studies (Allison, 2009, Zhang, 2010)
Contents Preface Chapter 1 IX Hardware/Software Components and Applications of BCIs 1 Christoph Guger, G√ºnter Edlinger and Gunther Krausz Applied Advanced Classifiers for Brain Computer Interface 25 Jos√© Luis Mart√≠nez, Antonio Barrientos Feature Extraction by Mutual Information Based on Minimal-Redundancy-Maximal-Relevance Criterion and Its Application to Classifying EEG Signal for Brain-Computer Interfaces 67 Abbas Erfanian, Farid Oveisi and Ali Shadvar P300-based Brain-Computer Interface Paradigm Design 83 Reza Fazel-Rezai and Waqas Ahmad Brain Computer Interface Based on the Flash Onset and Offset Visual Evoked Potentials 99 Po-Lei Lee, Yu-Te Wu, Kuo-Kai Shyu and Jen-Chuen Hsieh Usability of Transient VEPs in BCIs 119 Natsue Yoshimura and Naoaki Itakura Visuo-Motor Tasks in a Brain-Computer Interface Analysis 135 Vito Logar and Ale≈° Beliƒç A Two-Dimensional Brain-Computer Interface Associated With Human Natural Motor Control Dandan Huang, Xuedong Chen, Ding-Yu Fei and Ou Bai Advances in Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interfaces for Control and Biometry 171 Nuno Figueiredo, Filipe Silva, P√©tia Georgieva and Ana Tom√© State of the Art in BCI Research: BCI Award 2010 193 Christoph Guger, Guangyu Bin, Xiaorong Gao, Jing Guo, Bo Hong, Tao Liu, Shangkai Gao, Cuntai Guan, Kai Keng Ang, Kok Soon Phua, Chuanchu Wang, Zheng Yang Chin, Haihong Zhang, Rongsheng Lin, Karen Sui Geok Chua, Christopher Kuah, Beng Ti Ang, Harry George, Andrea K√ºbler, Sebastian Halder, Adi H√∂sle, Jana M√ºn√üinger, Mark Palatucci, Dean Pomerleau, Geoff Hinton, Tom Mitchell, David B. Ryan, Eric W. Sellers, George Townsend, Steven M. Chase, Andrew S. Whitford, Andrew B. Schwartz, Kimiko Kawashima, Keiichiro Shindo, Junichi Ushiba, Meigen Liu and Gerwin Schalk
Chapter 10 Preface Communication and the ability to interact with the environment are basic human needs. Millions of people worldwide suffer from such severe physical disabilities that they cannot even meet these basic needs. Even though they may have no motor mobility, however, the sensory and cognitive functions of the physically disabled are usually intact. This makes them good candidates for Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology, which provides a direct electronic interface and can convey messages and commands directly from the human brain to a computer. BCI technology involves monitoring conscious brain electrical activity via electroencephalogram (EEG) signals and detecting characteristics of EEG patterns via digital signal processing algorithms that the user generates to communicate. It has the potential to enable the physically disabled to perform many activities, thus improving their quality of life and productivity, allowing them more independence and reducing social costs. The challenge with BCI, however, is to extract the relevant patterns from the EEG signals produced by the brain each second. A BCI system has an input, output and a signal processing algorithm that maps the inputs to the output.
The following four major strategies are considered for the input of a BCI system: 1) the P300 wave of event related potentials (ERP), 2) steady state visual evoked potential (SSVEP), 3) slow cortical potentials and 4) motor imaginary. Recently, there has been a great progress in the development of novel paradigms for EEG signal recording, advanced methods for processing them, new applications for BCI systems and complete software and hardware packages used for BCI applications.
In this book a few recent advances in these areas are discussed. In the Ô¨Årst chapter hardware and software components along with several applications of BCI systems are discussed. In chapters 2 and 3 several signal processing methods for classifying EEG signals are presented. In chapter 4 a new paradigm for P300 BCI is compared with traditional P300 BCI paradigms. Chapters 5 and 6 show how a visual evoked potential (VEP)-based BCI works. In chapters 7 and 8 a visuo-motor-based and natural motor control-based BCI systems are discussed, respectively.
New applications of BCI systems for control and biometry are discussed in chapter 9. Finally, the recent competition in BCI held in 2010 along with a short summary of the submitted projects are presented in Chapter 10. X Preface As the editor, I would like to thank all the authors of diÔ¨Äerent chapters. Without your contributions, it would not be possible to have a quality book, help in growth of BCI systems and utilize them in real-world applications. Dr. Reza Fazel-Rezai University of North Dakota Grand Forks, ND, USA Reza@UND.edu 1 Hardware/Software Components and Applications of BCIs Christoph Guger, G√ºnter Edlinger and Gunther Krausz g.tec medical engineering GmbH/ Guger Technologies OG Austria 1. Introduction Human-Computer interfaces can use different signals from the body in order to control external devices.
Beside muscle activity (EMG-Electromyogram), eye movements (EOGElectrooculogram) and respiration also brain activity (EEG-Electroencephalogram) can be used as input signal. EEG-based brain-computer interface (BCI) systems are realized either with (i) slow cortical potentials, (ii) the P300 response, (iii) steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEP) or (iv) motor imagery. Potential shift of the scalp EEG over 0.5 ‚Äì 10 s are called slow cortical potentials (SCPs). Reduced cortical activation goes ahead with positive SCPs, while negative SCPs are associated with movement and other functions involving cortical activation (Birbaumer, 2000).
People are able to learn how to control these potentials, hence it is possible to use them for BCIs as Birbaumer and his colleagues did (Birbaumer, 2000, Elbert, 1980). The main disadvantage of this method is the extensive training time to learn how to control the SCPs. Users need to train in several 1-2 h sessions/week over weeks or months. The P300 wave was first discovered by Sutton (Sutton, 1965). It elicits when an unlikely event occurs randomly between events with high probability. In the EEG signal the P300 appears as a positive wave about 300 ms after stimulus onset. Its main usage in BCIs is for spelling devices, but one can also use it for control tasks (for example games (Finkea, 2009) or navigation (e.g. to move a computer-mouse (Citi, 2008)). When using P300 as a spelling device, a matrix of characters is shown to the subject. Now the rows and columns (or in some paradigms the single characters) of the matrix are flashing in random order, while the person concentrates only on the character he/she wants to spell. For better concentration, it is recommended to count how many times the character flashes. Every time the desired character flashes, a P300 wave occurs. As the detection of one single event would be imprecise, more than one trial (flashing of each character) has to be carried out to achieve a proper accuracy. Krusienski et al. (Krusienski, 2006) evaluated different classification techniques for the P300 speller, wherein the stepwise linear discriminant analysis (SWLDA) and the Fisher‚Äôs linear discriminant analysis provided the best overall performance and implementation characteristics. A recent study (Guger 2009), performed on 100 subjects, revealed an average accuracy level of 91.1%, with a spelling time of 28.8 s for one single character. Each character was selected out of a matrix of 36 characters.
Timeline of the Rothschild family
The Rothschilds have been in control of the world for a very long time, their tentacles reaching into many aspects of our daily lives, as is documented in the following timeline. However, before you jump to the timeline, please read this invaluable introduction which will tell you who the Rothschilds are as oppose to who they claim to be.
S. J. RES. 69
- FEMA Executive Orders
Code-name Cable Splice,Operation Garden Plot and a history
Troops Ordered To Kill All Americans Who Do Not Turn In Guns
Summary of Goals 2000: Educate America Act
REX 84 / Operation Garden Plot / Continuity of Government
The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty: Are Our 2nd Amendment Rights Part Of The Deal?
CIA EXPOSED - Using Mind Control on U.S. Legislators . . .CONVERSATIONS WITH THE CROW (CIA - "department of dirty tricks" whistleblower)
Bad Medicine - Video Links
Full text of "The Lucifer Effect Understanding How Good People Turn Evil ( ISBN 978 1 4000 6411 3)"
Citation Links & Documents-By Chronological Order
November 2013 Congressional Research Service:
2010 GAO (General Accounting Office) Report on Geoengineering–PDF of document attached to the summary:
2010 House Science & Tech subcommittee link to website-click on “webcast” link to view the video recorded meeting:
Document describing the above hearing
2009 Royal Society Report on Geoengineering
THE WORLD BANK - Expanding "Markets" Building Competitive Green Industries - Reconstruction and Development
The link below is the complete report we have only provided excerpts in what you will read below:
This report was made possible through the support of the governments of Korea through the ITC for Development Trust Fund and the United Kingdom through the Climate Innovation Trust Fund. In this report, the term “green industry” refers to services and technologies aimed at contributing to reducing negative environmental impacts or addressing the consequences of various forms of pollution. This is not to be confused with the term “greening of industries,” an effort under which traditional industries improve their resource productivity and environmental performance (UNIDO, 2011
The overall size of these energy efficient "markets" is undoubtedly large, including for SMEs. Some estimates put the annual energy efficiency investment need at close to $100 billion per year over a twelve-year timespan in developing regions alone if cost- effective energy efficiency opportunities are to be realized (McKinsey, 2008).
NOTE: In this report, an SME is defined as an institution with a maximum of 300 employees, maximum revenues/ turnover of $15 million, and maximum assets of $15 million. Market projections in this report cover the ten-year period 2014-2023.
In that time, expected investment across 15 clean technology sectors in these developing countries will top $6.4 trillion overall. Of that total market, roughly $1.6 trillion will be accessible to SMEs, as shown in Figure E2. Even when excluding China, India, Russia and Middle Income Europe, these
opportunities are still significant: $4.1 trillion overall, of which $1.0 trillion is accessible to SMEs (see Chapter 2 for more detail).This report illustrates the nature and likely size of the clean technology opportunity for SMEs in 145 developing countries over the next decade.3
The SME opportunity is largest in the wastewater treatment sector, which makes up about one-third of the total, with small hydro, water treatment, onshore wind power, solar PV, geothermal and bioenergy the next largest SME opportunities.
A number of the renewable and nonrenewable technologies are expected to present significant opportunities for SMEs as well and they are each discussed in turn with the top three opportunities for each region highlighted in Figure E3. While energy efficiency is not covered specifically, both the abatement potential and SME opportunity are large.
Climate change will have its largest impacts on developing countries, with poor populations particularly hard hit and unable to adequately adapt (World Bank, 2013a). There are ongoing efforts to assist developing countries with efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change through the deployment of appropriate climate and clean technologies. However, the main thrust of many of these efforts is to transfer technology from the developed world without regard to local industry involvement. There is an opportunity for developing countries to pursue a complementary approach, emphasizing building up the capabilities of local firms to participate in the business opportunities surrounding climate change. Climate change therefore represents an opportunity for developing countries to build local green industries that can drive sustainable economic growth and provide environmental benefits.
This report offers insight to policy makers and other stakeholders seeking to develop competitive green industries1 in developing countries.
The Climate Technology Program (CTP), housed at infoDev, empowers developing countries to proactively and profitably adapt, develop, and deploy climate-smart technologies and business models. The CTP is creating a global network of Climate Innovation Centers (CICs) that provide a country-driven approach to addressing climate change and fostering green growth. The CICs are designed as locally owned and run institutions that provide a suite of services and venture financing that address the specific needs of local climate technology SMEs and entrepreneurs. At the global level, the CTP is providing linkages between CICs by facilitating market entry, access to information, and financing for the private sector, while also offering important tools for policy makers to measure and improve domestic climate innovation activities. Currently, the program is establishing CICs in eight countries: Kenya, the Caribbean, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Morocco, South Africa and Vietnam.
2009-UK Parliamentary House of Commons-Science & Tech Committee Report on Geoengineering
1996 Air Force-Owning the weather by 2025 report
1990 document on HAARP
1986 analysis of a 1966 weather modification-research & development military operation-Case Study 2-Weather Modification-The Evolution of an R&D program into a military operation
1974 CIA Report-Climatological Research as it pertains to intelligence
1966 NASA document on weather modification
The Welsbach Patent 1 2
THE ROTHSCHILD's: The History Of The House Of Rothschild . . . and Who Rules the World . . .
REAL WORLD ORDER WHO RULES THE WORLD? RULING ELITES, FINANCIAL HEGEMONY, ONE-WORLD GOVERNMENT
WATER REPORT: Water "Markets" of the United States - a Strategic Analysis - Final Report
Sponsored by the U.S. Economic Development Administration - Final Report - November 1, 2010
What is ‘Überveillance’ - 24/7 electronic surveillance . . . always on and always with YOU
Uberveillance is more than closed circuit television (CCTV) feeds, or cross-agency databases linked to national identity cards, or biometrics and ePassports used for international travel. Überveillance is the sum total of all these types of surveillance and the deliberate integration of an individual’s personal data for the continuous tracking and monitoring of identity and location in real time. In its ultimate form, überveillance has to do with more than automatic identification technologies that we carry with us. It has to do with “under the skin” technology that is embedded in the body like microchip implants; it is that which cuts into the flesh- a charagma (“mark”). Think of it as Big Brother, on the inside looking out. This charagma is virtually meaningless without the hybrid network
architecture which supports its functionality: to make the person a walking online node, beyond luggable mobile phones, PDAs and smart cards. We are referring here, to the lowest common denominator, the smallest unit of tracking- presently a tiny chip in the body of a human being.
What is Uberveillance? - A Word Definition From the ...www.webopedia.com
CAUTION: IEEE SSIT | IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology . . .The Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is concerned with how technology impacts the world, and with how the application of technology can improve the world. The Society focuses on issues such as: humanitarian engineering; environmental issues including climate change, green technologies, and sustainable design; privacy and security; other economic, health, and safety implications of technology; engineering ethics and professional responsibility; engineering education including k-12 and engineering education in social implications of technology; history of technology; public policy related to engineering, technology and science; health and healthcare technologies and impact; reliable energy and social issues related to energy, and social issues of information technology and telecommunications.
Spectra Research Institute - Direct Brainwave to Computer Interface Development . . .
NOTICE: ROTHSCHILD is VEOLIA . . . Annual Sustainability Report - 2009
Partnering with international development institutions The EBRD is convinced that public-private partnerships can be an effective development tool, and
is backing Veolia in central and eastern Europe. It has taken direct stakes in the capital of several subsidiaries, including Dalkia Polska (energy in Poland), Veolia Voda (water services in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, and potentially in Russia and Ukraine). Similarly, the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation and Proparco (part of the French Development Agency) are co-shareholders in Veolia Water AMI (Africa, the Middle East and India).
The Veolia Environnement Annual and Sustainability Report together with the Corporate Social Responsibility Performance Digest are online at www.annualreport2009.veolia.com
Veolia Environnement also manages a global multiservice contract for the pharmaceutical firm Novartis, in Basel, Switzerland, covering the supply and management of water, production of steam, water, superheated water, compressed air, cold water and ice, collection and treatment of industrial waste and solvent recycling. Finally, Veolia Environnement has formed a joint venture, Défense Environnement Services, with Europe’s leading military naval contractor, DCNS (see box page 41). All these examples demonstrate Veolia’s capacity to respond to industrial firms seeking a single partner capable of managing all of their non-core activities combined with performance guarantees in terms of quality and savings.
Adapting to changing behaviors can also mean offering Internet access to passengers. To address that need, Veolia Transport and Orange Business Services have teamed up to launch a Wi-Fi connection aboard express coaches serving the La Défense business district of Paris. Sometimes, responding to consumers’ needs can mean helping them benefit from new regulations. In Italy, for example, Veolia Energy is helping homeowners to upgrade their heating installations, by marketing a purpose-designed technical and financing package to take advantage of a tax break under new Italian legislation.
Veolia Environnement businesses address many of the key challenges facing the world today: climate change, the environment, access to water and public health, working with institutions in order to provide its services as effectively as possible.
An active contributor to public debate.
Veolia Environnement is actively involved in public debate in national and international forums on issues relating to sustainable development. In France,
it took part in the “Grenelle” round-table on the environment, in 2007, a path breaking event in which government, civil society and business came together to craft a contractual framework to combat climate change, preserve biodiversity and prevent health hazards resulting from pollution. Because of its business impact on each of these subjects, and as a world leader in its business sectors, Veolia was able to speak with authority in formulating proposals on four key themes, namely: conserving water resources; using waste as a resource; managing energy demand and promoting renewable energies along with decentralized energy production; and implementing a sustainable mobility policy.
The highlight of 2009 in the international arena, of course, was the United Nations Climate Change Conference, held in Copenhagen in December, attended by leaders from 193 countries.
Veolia Environnement was there to advocate its proposed solutions. Veolia Transport, for example, presented its initiative called “Bridging the gap: pathways for transport in the post 2012 process”, in partnership with GTZ (a German international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development), the International Association of Public Transport (UITP), and the UK-based Transport Research Laboratory (TRL). Together they worked to include transportation issues in the climate negotiations. Realizing that most of the CO2 emissions caused by transportation occur in an urban setting, Veolia Transport and its partners presented a series of scenarios for sustainable land transportation on the occasion of the Summit, with suggestions for a low carbon road map. At the 5th World Water Forum in Istanbul, in March 2009, and in association with AquaFed, the federation of private water operators, Veolia reaffirmed the need to make the right to access to safe water and sanitation effective for all, a right supported by many of those attending.
WARNING: The ZOMBIE Apocalypse - even the Pentagon has a Plan - CONOP 8888 . . .
The USG has secret bio weapons which can produce zombie behavior: one version a gene modified rabies type virus comp-lined
with the common cold, another purely hallucinogenic based (BZ derivative) turns the masses violent when sprayed as an aerosol.
Other nations may have these doomsday biological weapons too. These have all been tested, some publicly. Here is
an article which explains this. This article was censored for some months and had to be republished. See if you can guess why.
The Pentagon defense plan which illustrates threats from zombies, CONOP 8888, was submitted on April 30, 2011. Its creators were military personnel in Omaha, Nebraska. Foreign Policy stated that they experimented with a scenario “that could never be mistaken for a real plan” to train for a diverse selection of possible threats. The three main points are applicable to a variety of attacks, as pointed out by Business Insider: 1) protect the civilian population by keeping a defensive perimeter, 2) eradicate all possible threats, 3) provide aid to civil authorities in the restoration of law and order.
http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/16/politics/pentagon-zombie-apocalypse/ - Are You Ready For The Zombie Apocalypse? These Folks Are
The Pentagon Has A Plan To Stop The Zombie Apocalypse. Seriously.
ADVISORY: The Planet Hacking Rules « The Dish - For better or for worse, we’re talking about hacking the planet.
CONTRACT - To Develop Weapons Using Directed Energy Weapons M67854£Q4£C-5074 University of Florida
RAND Corporation - SHAPING - the Next One Hundred Years . . . PDF
In order to understand the importance of this document it is necessary to search the Rand Corporation and the Tavistock Institute . . . The Rand Corporation is behind mind control techniques to crete a global society that is manageable and to drastically reduce the global population. .
CLICK HERE FOR EXCERPTS FROM THE PDF
Human Performance DOCUMENT (Mitre Corporation) - Complete Control of Politicians, Civilians and ALL Life on the Planet
This report analyzes some approaches that have been sug- gested for optimizing individual performance, in the context of potential actions of an adversary who may not be guided by the same cultural or eth- ical concerns that govern US military operations. The measures considered include medical supplements; non-invasive modifications of brain effective- ness, for example by training and sleep optimization; neuro-pharmacology; and neural implants.
The tasking for this study was to evaluate the potential for adversaries to exploit advances in Human Performance Modification, and thus create a threat to national security. In making this assessment, we were asked to evaluate long-term scenarios. We have thus considered the present state of the art in pharmaceutical intervention in cognition and in brain-computer interfaces, and considered how possible future developments might proceed and be used by adversaries.
DRONES - Dept. of the ARMY - April 13, 2007 - "Joint Targeting" . . .
This publication has been prepared under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS). ItsetsforthjointdoctrinetogoverntheactivitiesandperformanceoftheArmedForcesofthe United States in operations and provides the doctrinal basis for interagency coordination and for US militaryinvolvementinmultinationaloperations. Itprovidesmilitaryguidancefortheexerciseofauthority by combatant commanders and other joint force commanders (JFCs) and prescribes joint doctrine for operationsandtraining. ItprovidesmilitaryguidanceforusebytheArmedForcesinpreparingtheir appropriateplans. ItisnottheintentofthispublicationtorestricttheauthorityoftheJFCfromorganizing the force and executing the mission in a manner the JFC deems most appropriate to ensure unity of effort in the accomplishment of the overall objective.
a. Jointdoctrineestablishedinthispublicationappliestothecommandersofcombatantcommands, subunified commands, joint task forces, subordinate components of these commands, and the Services.
b. The guidance in this publication is authoritative; as such, this doctrine will be followed except when,inthejudgmentofthecommander,exceptionalcircumstancesdictateotherwise. Ifconflictsarise between the contents of this publication and the contents of Service publications, this publication will take precedence unless the CJCS, normally in coordination with the other members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has provided more current and specific guidance. Commanders of forces operating as part of a multinational (alliance or coalition) military command should follow multinational doctrine and procedures ratifiedbytheUnitedStates. FordoctrineandproceduresnotratifiedbytheUnitedStates,commanders should evaluate and follow the multinational command�s doctrine and procedures, where applicable and consistent with US law, regulations, and doctrine.
RESEARCH Paper - Auditory perception of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields . . . in the early 1960's
Judge Dale- The Great American Adventure GET YOUR
PRINTED COPY HERE
The Egyptian Masonic Satanic Connection . . .
Report to the President by the Commission on CIA Activities within the United States [Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller, Chairman]. Published 1975
HUMAN AUDITORY PERCEPTION OF PULSED RADIOFREQUENCY ENERGY J.A. Elder and C. K. Chou Motorola Florida Research Laboratories 8000 W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation, FL 33322 - Motorola has created pulsed mind control technology that is being used as a weapons system, globally .
Findings in Autism (ASD) Consistent with Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Radiofrequency Radiation (RFR)
Twenty First Century Warfare - "Theater Operations at the Speed of Light"
Patent US5984239 - Weather modification by artificial satellites
This is global weaponized weather warfare. Not in the control of the US but patented in the US and developed in the US. . Run by the energy companies, Cheney, Bush, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Rumsfeld, Dan Quail, Carl Rove The people behind the Project of the New American Century .
Air Force Policy - Oct. 21, 2011 - Directed Energy Weapons (Dew) Tricking us by the Illusion of Protection
Our military has been hi-jacked by the corporate structure that does not acknowledge life. Certainly there still are good and decent people that would NOT use these weapons on U.S. civilians, however, it is important to note that they do not make policy. . . The use of these speed-of-light-delivery weapons ARE in fact being used on hundreds of thousands of civilians, globally, right now and have been for many decades.
What we know are policies are adopted to create the illusion of safety when, in fact, we ARE the enemy being hunted by this predatory corporate construct that has been posing as a representative government for the people and is NOT . . . Don't be fooled by doublespeak and the time honored DELPHI Technique (schemed by the Rand Corporation/Tavistock Institute) that is the corporate meeting format used to conduct corporate meetings with agendas presented by trained facilitators, manipulating and guiding the attendees to consensus, the idea of agreement, when the meeting outcome was predetermined PRIOR to the meeting. . This Air Force policy you are about to read is trickery . . . We are NOT being protected from risk of damage or harm from DEW Directed Energy Weapons and this is NOT a safety policy. Likely, following the recommendations by submitting Safety Investigation requests will confirm covert operational DEW successes upon the population and specific persons. . Due to the FACT that we are NOT currently represented reports that we submit go to the perpetrators of these energy assaults and are logged into the data base for monitoring military accomplishments.
1.1. A DEW is a system using a beam of concentrated electromagnetic energy (including but not limited to lasers and high power microwave systems), or atomic or subatomic particles primarily as a direct means to kill, injure, disable, or temporarily incapacitate people or destroy, damage or temporarily incapacitate property or materiel.
1.2. Acoustic weapons use sound across the entire frequency spectrum to kill, injure, disable, or temporarily incapacitate people. Acoustic weapons, although outside the Joint definition of DEW, have effects and hazards more similar to DEW than to conventional weapons. Acoustic weapons will follow the same safety policy as DEW.
NWO Plans Exposed By Insider In 1969 PDF VERSION
NWO Exposed by Insider 1969 PDF VERSION 2
NWO Plans Exposed By Insider In 1969 HTML VERSION
NASA The Future of War
GOVERNMENT CONTRACT: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA M67854·Q4·C-5074 - The Peripheral Pain System Used to Target
Comment - These weapons are false plasma weapons that hit nerves creating false pain using lazar, RF and pulsed EMF technologies. Important to note the plasma in the chemtrails also causes damage to physical property, power in vehicles, can disrupt batteries - causing shorter battery life, can short equipment out, radios can be disrupted and attacked. High intensity directed energy to nociceptors/nerve endings that identify pain on our skin i.e. when you are burned you pull your hand back . . are pulsed energy ADS and are able to connect on a neuron/nociceptors (nerve) level whereby the technology causes a false pain so people will go on medications and pills . . . So really you are not in pain but these technologies can create the illusion of pain, This is part of the active denial system (Active Denial = pain and pleasure - rewards or torture = mind control torture weapons - these are the means and weapons for global mind control implementation - another example if a politician does not vote for what the controllers/criminal crime families want the politician can be tortured with these weapons . . . Below is a government contract for the technology being used by covert criminals upon the populations, globally. . .
Chemtrails are for changing the atmosphere into a PLASMA for Directed Energy weapons of Mass Destruction, using Weaponized Weather. directed energy weapons, the Weaponized power grid, and weaponized telecommunications grid.
Weapons of Mass Destruction - CONTRACT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA M67854·Q4·C-5074 - The Peripheral Pain System. The detection of pain begins with a complex set of peripheral afferents (nociceptors) that detect and encode a great variety of stimuli. These peripherally encoded events are relayed by axons into the central nervous system (spinal cord, thalamus, cortex) where the information undergoes the complex assembly required to produce a localized, conscious perception of pain (Cooper and Sessle, 1993).
Nociceptive atferents detect tissue damaging or near tissue damaging consequences of mechanical and thermal events, and the chemical events associated with actual tissue damage. To accomplish these multi-level tasks, the pain system has evolved a family of nociceptive neurons with dive"" mechanical, thermal and chemical response capacities. These capacities overlap in a manner that is not completely understood, but it is likely that they vary for particular tissue sites (skin, joints, muscle, viscera, bone) that have highly specialized nociceptive requirements. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=788882457800790&set=gm.10152274064338581&type=1&true
Recent advances in nociceptor characterization have permitted classification, In Vi/TO. ofatlcast 8 distinct nociceptive phenotypes. Our laboratory has shown that sensory cells of the DRG are comprised of discrete, internally homogenous, classes of capsaicin (OC) sensitive (types I, 2, S, 7, 8 and 9) and insensitive (types 3, 4, 6) populations with distinct capacities to respond to SHT, PGEz, protons, ACh and ATP (Martenson et al., 1994; Cardenas et al., 1997; Cardenas et ai, 1999; Petruska et aI., 2000, 2002; Cooper and Cooper, 2001). We have used lipid soluble fluorescent tracers to define the specific distribution of nociceptors into viscera, joints and skin. Preliminary studies have indicated tha~pu1ationsofskinin~ ~S. It is these nociceptors that are likely to receive the maximal burst _ from laser plasmas A) Objectives /Concept.
Recent advances in directed energy weapons technology suggests that scalable, non-lethal to lethal force systems may be possible. Such a system would be useful in many environments. Two systems currently under development, active denial and pulsed ener ADS and PEP offer mainly complementary capacities that could address multiple tasks ese tasks include the full capability of these directed energy systems (DE) are still being explored. At their current stage of development, each system has clear nonlethal (ADS) and lethal (PEP) capacities suitable to the above tasks. Our experiments will examine the feasibility of PEP as a new generation non-lethal weapon. Pulsed energy can be confi ed to produce plasmas of exce tionall hi ener In the studies described below we will determine the feasibility of using the plasma derived EMP to induce pain suitable to disarm and deter individuals or form barriers to the movement of large hostile groups. If successfully deployed, PEP could complement ADS in situations in which the latter is ineffective, less effective, or rone to counter measures. Many of the counter measures that might be envisioned against ADS offer opportunities for PEP targeting (via plasma induction or ablation of the defense). Despite these potential advantages, certain special capabilities and features of ADS offer advantages over PEP in many scenarios. Therefore, the systems are complementary. The efficiency and lethality of PEP weapons systems lll'0 straight forward. The non-ballistic, instantaneous properties of DE make precise tlll'getting a straightforwlll'd matter of line ofsi l. Terrific amounts of energy can be delivered over great distances with pinpoint accumc . However, Potentially. the location of PEP http://www.marcorsyscom.marines.mil/Portals/105/Counsel/Contracts/M67854£Q4£C-5074~University%20of%20Florida.pdf
Tavistock Institutions in the United States . . . Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 (Brainwashing)
AIDS: The Untold Story by Dr. Stanley Monteith
Frequencies (TETRA): Warning to ALL Police and First Responders
Fort Meade - Secret Military Document
U.S. Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights - Professor Peter Phillips - Sonoma State University (Dec 11 2006)
SCIENTIST BARRIE TROWER PAGE
ADVISORY - Damaging Our Children . . .Dr. Olle Johansson PhD Sweden - Immediate Need for Strict Health Protections from RADIATION -The evidence for non-thermal adverse effects on human health is overwhelming and the Precautionary Principle should be immediately reflected in guidelines for public and occupational EMF exposures. -- Children are at particular risk and preventative measures ensuring minimal EMF exposure should be of the highest priority. Some 100 years back, we learned the hard lessons of ionizing radiation and the need for strict health protections – now we mustopenly face the possibility that we must take a seat in life’s school and learn again. This time it is about non-ionizing radiation.
NASA - "Advanced-to-Revolutionary Space Technology Options--The Responsibly Imagined" - 2013 - Dennis M. Bushnell
PAGE 6 - "Dumping Ground/Trash Pit" Space Commercialization going forward is hostage to far lower space access/launch costs, The "Keys to the Kingdom."
PAGE 17 - "Holographic crew members could obviously be added and updated daily with the latest information and news to provide socialization as well as expert aid and comfort. Then there are, in some 15 or so years out, the real expectation of robotic crew members with Machine Intelligence approaching human via biomimmetics." - Then there's DARPA and "designer humans".
PAGE 22 - Synthetic Biology Technologies along with the ongoing studies of "Extremaphiles" could be applied to Humans to possibly provide such as Rad-Hardening, reduced 02 requirements/enhanced 02 efficiency, reduced food/liquid requirements-to-direct photosynthesis, Etc. . . Altogether, "Designer Humans" designed as "Exploriticus Sapiens". Not that much of a "leap"/Change from the current trend toward "Designer Babies".
ALERT: Kissinger's 1974 Plan for Food Control Genocide . . .
NASA Documents Reveal “Climate Change” Caused By Covert Weather Weapons
ALERT: 1998 - DOCUMENT REVEALED: People Intentionally COOKED by Frequencies - EMF Standards for Safety Based on "Consensus" not Real Science - Inaugrural Round Table on World EMF Standards Harmonization Minutes of Meeting, 18 November 1998
Weather Modification Document
A Recommended National Program for Weather Modification - 1966
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025
THE MATRIX DECIPHERED - Innocent US Citizens Targeted and Tortured by Electromagnetic Pulse Microwave Frequencies FROM DR ROBERT DUNCAN - "THE MATRIX DECIPHERED"
Targeting the US - Military Industrial Complex - RADAR
Alert - We Can't Wait - World-wide leadership is "up for grabs" and follows first mover Advantage . . .
NEW GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT EXPOSED . . . World-wide leadership is "up for grabs" and follows first mover Advantage - world system of slave labor THIS LOOKS LIKE TROUBLE . . .when ever the members and expects consist of the list below this has proven to be programs that are connected to total dominance of the human population under policies such as Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars - and I quote Page 11 of Silent Weapons - "Energy is the key to all activity on the face of the earth, it follows that in order to attain a monopoly of energy, raw materials, goods, and services and to establish a world system of slave labor, it is necessary to have a first strike capability in the field of economics. In order to maintain our position, it is necessary that we have absolute first knowledge of the science of control over all economic factors and the first experience at engineering the world economy."
Some brief excerpts . . .
"Realizing the Full Potential of Government-Held Spectrum to Spur Economic Growth"
Members and Experts -
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners/University of Maryland, College Park/Microsoft Corporation/University of Texas at Austin/National Academy of Engineering/Google, Inc./Georgia Tech Research Institute/Shared Spectrum/Stanford University/Virginia Tech/Illinois Institute of Technology/University of Colorado, Boulder/Wallman Consulting, LLC/Core Capital/PCAST/FCC/National Telecommunications and Information Association
Implement a Federal Spectrum Access System - Formalize a White House-based Spectrum Management Team (SMT)
U.S. Chief Technology Officer
National Security Staff
Office Management and Budget
National Economic Council
Specify and fund the ongoing Scalable Real-World Test Service Needed (a Test City and Mobile Test Service) to test sharing of Federal Bands and Public Safety with industry . . TEST FOR PUBLIC SAFETY . . . .
See the Map on Page 12 . . . Looks like - WAR using frequencies . . . what do you think?
Modify Rules to allow - General Authorized access Devices to Operate in two bands in the NTIA Fast Track List - specifically the 3,550 - 3,650 MHz (radar bands) Second band to be determined by FCC and NTIA . . .
Page 12 - Use extended TV White Space System Already in Operation as the starting system . . .
Advanced-to-Revolutionary Space Technology
Options – The Responsibly Imaginable
Dennis M. Bushnell
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia
HIGH POWER RADIO FREQUENCY WEAPONS:
A POTENTIAL COUNTER TO U.S. STEALTH AND CRUISE
America's Secret Establishment
DOCUMENT EXPOSED: Geneva Academy - Directed Energy Weapons Termed ‘non-lethal’ - Tools of Global Genocide
The document you are about to read is extremely dangerous and very disturbing! LOOK AT THIS PAPER AS A RED FLAG OF WHAT THE THREATS TO HUMANITY ARE - TOOLS OF GLOBAL DESTRUCTION . . . Please assist us in getting this information out into all the media outlets that will run this . . . It is showing the advantage of directed energy weapons, active denial and, biochemical weapons, hostage-taking, couched in language that means the opposite. This document is about a guide to oppose international law and is an admission of skirting international law. Those people involved in writing this document are the perpetrators promoting the use of these weapons . . . We must expose these weapons and the crimes these perpetrators are causing to all living creatures on a cellular level - to all populations not chosen by the elite to survive - this is population control and genocide based upon the active denial program . . this document justifies International law and is written by the perpetrators as doublespeak i.e. war is peace, non-lethal but lethal . . . Active Denial System (ADS) is a weapon of mass torture, mass destruction and an inhumane psychologically traumatizing weapon. This weapons are also used to blow up your vehicle tires, your engine, your water heaters, well pumps, they are used to cause pin hole plumbing leaks and these weapons can fry your brain . . This document discusses older technologies and defines NON LETHAL - BUT DEADLY WEAPONS!!
OUR CONCLUSION - THIS DOCUMENT IS LACED WITH DOUBLESPEAK AND HIDDEN MESSAGES - AT THE SAME TIME THIS IS A COVER AND DISCLOSURE. . . THIS IS DIABOLICAL . . . THOSE RUNNING THESE PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNING DEATH GLOBALLY WHILE THE PROGRAMMERS OF DEATH ARE HIDING IN UNIVERSITIES AND ACADEMIES . . . AND HAVE BEEN KILLING FOR MANY DECADES . . .
They are using doublespeak when stating non-lethal when these weapons are lethal. . ."Doublespeak" - by William LUTZ - 1978 Version . .
William Lutz, professor of English at Rutgers University, discusses his most recent book Double-Speak: The Use of Language to Deceive You. A unique analysis of American English, examples of double-speak are "human kinetics" in place of "physical education," and "pavement deficiencies" instead of "potholes." Double-speak is consciously used to manipulate. Lutz points out that his mission is not to eradicate double-speak, but to eliminate double-speak from the discourse of important issues where it is most dangerous. He states that double-speak is most prevalent in government, followed closely by the advertising industry. The reason why we are referencing this book is to introduce you to the idea that since the end Carter administration and the rise of the Reagan Bush administration in 1988 double speak, a deceptive language of falsified meanings, was developed which is 180 degrees opposite of how the dictionary defines meanings of words; i.e. Freedon is Slavery; War is Peace and so on. The document you are about to read discussing "non-lethal" weapons is an extremely dangerous document and an admission of lethal weapons designed to injure, maim and kill . . using double speak to lesson the reality of the meaning. Globally, documents like this have play deceptive word games and have successfully manipulated us with ambiguities and double speak. . . .
Non-kinetic-energy weapons termed ‘non-lethal’ A Preliminary Assessment under International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law Stuart Casey-Maslen October 2010(Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights)
firstname.lastname@example.org Directed Energy Weapons, microwave mind control weapons, and infa red mind control weapons and Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights http://www.adh-geneve.ch/docs/projets/Non-Kinetic-EnergyOctober2010.pdf The following are excerpts from this document:
For a number of years a great deal of research and development has been taking place in developing new types of weapons, ostensibly in order to reduce mortality figures. These weapons have been marketed as ‘non-lethal’,1 ‘less lethal’,2 ‘sub-lethal’, or ‘weapons not intended to be lethal’, although the use of some of these devices has already resulted in significant numbers of deaths and serious injuries.3 This paper addresses the use of certain such non-kinetic energy (NKE) weapons, by which is meant those weapons that seek to achieve their purpose other than through the threat or application of force to the human body.4
Certain of these weapons have been deployed and used in a variety of contexts: during armed conflict (both international and non-international), in peace operations, during policing operations, in prisons5 and mental institutions, for riot control,6 and for border control. A kinetic-energy weapon is one that threatens or inflicts harm to a person through the application to the human body of the energy that a bullet, fragment, or other projectile possesses due to its mass and motion.16 Such weapons can penetrate the body with injury to the inner organs, or impact bluntly on it.
The exercise of physical force so as to inflict injury on, or cause damage to, persons or property; action or conduct characterized by this; treatment or usage tending to cause bodily injury or forcibly interfering with personal freedom.
(These weapons are also damaging personal property.)
A substance whose chemical action on specific biochemical processes and physiological systems, especially those affecting the higher regulatory activity of the central nervous system, produces a disabling condition (e.g. can cause incapacitation or disorientation, incoherence, hallucination,
22 Article II, paragraph 1, 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention. 23 Article II, paragraph 2, 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention. 24 The US Department of Defense defines ‘chemical agent’ as:
a chemical substance which is intended for use in military operations to kill, seriously injure, or incapacitate mainly through its physiological effects. The term excludes riot control agents when used for law enforcement purposes, herbicides, smoke, and flames.
The use of poison or poisoned weapons is prohibited.108 (What are chentrails, fluoride)
Incendiary weapons - (Have been used in the 2005)
Right to health - Doublespeak - ignore the fact that we can tazor you, microwave you and use chemicals on you.
In the run up to the war in Iraq, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld testified to the US Congress House Armed Services Committee, admitting that the US was attempting to ‘fashion rules of engagement’ to enable their use.219 Subsequently President Bush authorized their use in Iraq in certain circumstances, and CS and pepper spray were shipped to the Gulf. This is legal in US law under Executive Order 11850, which was signed by President Ford in 1975 and permits the use of RCAs under specific conditions such as in ‘riot control situations in areas under direct and distinct US military control, to include controlling rioting prisoners of war’ and in ‘situations in which civilians are used to mask or screen attacks and civilian casualties can be reduced or avoided’.220 However, it is illegal under international law. Article I of the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) clearly states ‘Each State Party undertakes not to use riot control agents as a method of warfare’.221
Synthetic chemicals such as the fentanyl derivative used by authorities during the 2002 Moscow theatre siege would fall into the theoretical “Industrial Pharmaceutical Chemicals” category and, as toxic chemicals, are covered by the CWC [1993 Chemical Weapons Convention] alone. However the superficial boundaries between this category and that of “Bioregulators” and “Toxins” are blurred. As Wheelis points out, the analogues of bioregulators and toxins are covered by the BTWC [1972 Biological Weapons Convention]. He argues, therefore, that synthetic chemical analogues (i.e. drugs) that bind to the same specific cell receptor sites in the body as the corresponding natural ligands (i.e. bioregulators) are also covered. The significance of this “double coverage” is that would-be developers of such agents should not be able to exploit the loophole in the CWC that permits the use of certain chemicals for “law enforcement including domestic riot control purposes”. This is particularly important given conflicting interpretations of both the CWC’s definition of RCAs and its provisions on the acceptable situations for use of such agents.226
241 Countries and territories cited are: Bahrain, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Dominican Republic, East Timor, Egypt, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Kenya, Kosovo (Serbia), Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritania, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russian Federation, South Africa, Sudan, Thailand, Togo, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe. Cf. M. Crowley, ‘Dangerous Ambiguities: Regulation of Riot Control Agents and Incapacitants under the Chemical Weapons Convention’, op. cit., p. 47.
242 Georgia, Iran, Israel, USA, and Vietnam. 243 Michael Crowley cites an April 2006 Human Rights Watch report on East Timor (Tortured Beginnings: Police Violence and the Beginnings of Impunity in East Timor), which documents use of excessive force during arrests, torture and ill-treatment of detainees by the National Police of East Timor (PNTL). In several cases, pepper spray was reportedly used. In the case of Venezuela, Human Rights Watch has reported that in early February and late March 2004, National Guard and police officers beat and tortured people detained during and after protests in Caracas and other Venezuelan cities. Some reported that their captors hurled tear gas bombs into the closed vehicles in which they were seated, causing extreme distress, near suffocation, and panic, while others described how the powder from tear gas canisters was sprinkled on their faces and eyes, causing burns and skin irritation. (‘Events of 2004, Venezuela’, Human Rights Watch World Report 2005, 12 January 2005), cited by M. Crowley, ‘Dangerous Ambiguities: Regulation of Riot Control Agents and Incapacitants under the Chemical Weapons Convention’, op. cit., pp. 42–44.
As part of a seemingly pre-planned massacre at a stadium in Conakry, Guinea, on 28 September 2009, it has been reported that tear gas was first fired into the political gathering from outside.245 This created a stampede, following which the security forces fired into the crowd. One opposition supporter, a 32-year-old man, described to Human Rights Watch how the ‘red berets’ (the Presidential Guard) entered the stadium and began firing directly at the protesters, and how the killings continued as he tried to escape:
They first began to fire tear gas from outside the stadium – many canisters of tear gas were fired into the stadium. Just then, the red berets entered from the big gate to the stadium. As soon as they entered, they began to fire directly at the crowd. I heard a soldier yell, ‘We’ve come to clean!’ I decided to run to the gate at the far end. As I looked back, I could see many bodies on the grass. I decided to try and run out of the stadium.246
According to a UN report on the massacre, dozens of people attempting to escape through the stadium gates ‘either suffocated or were trampled to death in stampedes, which were compounded by the use of tear gas.’247
Other electrical weapons
Lewer and Davison also note the development of weapons that can deliver incapacitating shocks without the need for wires, using a laser beam to enable an electrical charge to be delivered to the target person or vehicle.291
Jaycor, a US company, reported several years ago that it had developed ‘wireless stun gun technology’ that could deliver ‘electric shocks to individuals at ranges up to 25 feet without conductive wires. An electrified conductive fluid is ejected from a gun at high velocity, making contact with stationary or moving targets. The single stream of fluid delivers a high-voltage pulse capable of delivering a shock even through thick protective clothing.’292 According to the company:
The liquid stun gun has significant advantages over the handheld electric stun devices or the electric stun devices with attachment wires capable of being projected toward targets up to 15 feet away. The liquid stun gun can engage one or more persons, and does not require attachment wires with barbed tips, which often must be surgically removed. The water stream may be moved among targets until the selected target is positively engaged before the high voltage is applied. This feature can be used to avoid stunning innocent bystanders or hostages.
This wireless stun gun technology can also be used in conjunction with a vehicle-mounted water cannon for use in crowd or riot control. Water can be sprayed on the crowd, delivering debilitating but not lethal shocks. In certain military applications the electrical current could be controlled to deliver potent electrical shocks to equipment as well as individuals.293
307 Green laser weapons are said to have been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2006. There have been accidents and injuries from their use in Iraq. Presentation by Neil Davison to the May 2010 Meeting of Experts.
High-energy lasers are typically lethal311 but are also being investigated for ‘non-lethal’ applications. Thermal laser weapons use infrared lasers to heat the skin to cause pain but not permanent injury.312 Planned anti-matériel uses for high-energy lasers include ‘bursting automobile tires, rupturing fuel tanks, selectively cutting through electrical or communications lines, or setting fires.’313
The Active Denial System (ADS) is a weapon that uses millimetre wave energy to heat up water molecules in the subcutaneous layers of the skin, causing a painful burning sensation. The radiation acts in a dose-dependent manner and so exposure duration is critical in terms of safety.315
In January 2007 a media day with live demonstrations of ADS system 1 was held at Moody AFB, Georgia. A deployment date of 2010 was mentioned; press reports said that the beam heats the skin to 50°C without lasting harm, not mentioning the fact that this depends on the beam being switched off immediately when such a temperature is reached....
... the ADS provides the technical possibility to produce burns of second and third degree. Because the beam of diameter 2 m and above is wider than human size, such burns would occur over considerable parts of the body, up to 50% of its surface. Second- and third-degree burns covering more than 20% of the body surface are potentially life-threatening – due to toxic tissue- decay products and increased sensitivity to infection – and require intensive care in a specialised unit.319
319 J. Altmann, ‘Millimetre Waves, Lasers, Acoustics for Non-Lethal Weapons? Physics Analyses and Inferences’, op. cit., pp. 18, 24. For an analysis of disabilities resulting from burns, see in general the report on the second working group of experts convened by the ICRC on 5–7 November 1990, in L. Doswald-Beck (ed.), Blinding Weapons, op. cit. Cf. also Wright, S., and C. Arthur, ‘Targeting the pain business. US-based Raytheon is marketing microwave weapon systems that “fill the gap between shout and shoot”. But who will use them and why?’, Guardian, 5 October 2006, www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2006/oct/05/guardianweeklytechnologysection (accessed 10 May 2010).
Page 72 (This is Doublespeak)
Similarly, the word ‘weapon’ should be preferred to ‘device’, when it is clear that what is being used is indeed a weapon. Otherwise, for example, there might be a risk of States avoiding the necessary legal review required by Article 36 of 1977 Additional Protocol I by not labelling new systems as ‘weapons’? Indeed, as Neil Davison has noted, there is a tendency among certain governments or their armed or police forces to prefer terms such as ‘capabilities’ or ‘technologies’ to weapons; calmatives’ or ‘advanced riot control agents’ to chemical weapons; ‘conducted energy devices’ to electrical weapons; ‘optical distractors’ to laser weapons; ‘active denial technology’ to radiofrequency weapons; and acoustic hailing devices to acoustic weapons. Presentation by Neil Davison to the May 2010 Meeting of Experts.
OUR CONCLUSION - THIS DOCUMENT IS LACED WITH DOUBLESPEAK AND HIDDEN MESSAGES - AT THE SAME TIME THIS IS A COVER AND DISCLOSURE. . . THIS IS DIABOLICAL . . . THOSE RUNNING THESE PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNING DEATH GLOBALLY WHILE THE PROGRAMMERS OF DEATH ARE HIDING IN UNIVERSITIES AND ACADEMIES . . . AND HAVE BEEN KILLING FOR MANY DECADES . . .
Club of Rome
Rome Labs - RF-Microwave Biological Effects
SEARCH Resonance - Beings of Frequency (documentary film)
IEEE: The expertise to make smart grid a reality
WEAPONS. . . Legal Implications of the Soviet Microwave Bombardment of the U.S. Embassy 1-1-1977 . . .
New NASA Study Proves Carbon Dioxide Cools Atmosphere and The Green Agenda
William Cooper- Behold a Pale Horse 1991 PDF
William Cooper- Behold a Pale Horse 1991 MP3
Protocols of Zion (Cooper)
William Cooper lecture 'Behold a pale horse' (full)
Illuminati News: Who Killed William Cooper?
TARGETING CIVILIANS . . .America's Electromagnetic and Directed Energy Weapons Program