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Why Use Scientic Papers Over patents? The majority of TIs seem to be fixated with searching patents for evidence that can be used to show that technology exists that can be used either to attack someone, or to control them. But there is a problem with many of the patents that people find......they're just not valid !  Why? Because many people are using Google Patent search to find them, and Google patents show submitted patents and not patents that have been accepted. For example, YOU could submit a patent for a brain zapping device, with some basic documentation. That documentation will not have been validated, and it would appear on Google Patent search. No one has checked the documentation, validated whether it would work or peer-reviewed it in any way.  Here is a brilliant video on how to check if a patent has been accepted and is valid = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8mpD-HDwVI   The example is for an anti-gravity patent that people like to use to prove such things exist. As you might have guessed, the patent is junk.  Government Agencies Don't Use Patents !! So I'm going to use the CIA as an example here, as they are known to have 'dark' sub-projects, but their are MANY other 'dark' agencies.If you think that a scientist who works for the CIA, or some other Black-Ops agency, is going to patent a device he/they have created, then your sadly mistaken. It's just not going to happen. But what scientists do like to do, is to show off to their fellow scientists. And as 'Barrie Trower' who is a scientist himself has said 'Scientists from one country will talk to scientists from another' (he was referring to scientific conferences and the like). Before a scientist gets to the dark-world of a government agency, he/she is likely to have submitted a scientific paper on a subject, which then the CIA  thinks might be useful to their plans. Or will submit a paper and will contact the CIA to request more funding to continue their research. That researcher is then likely prevented from submitting papers at that point, but the initial research will still be available and still be valid.  The Advantages Scientific research is nearly always done by a group of people rather than a single person which gives that paper much more validity. The people who worked on the project will have their name listed in the paper. It will also state whether they are a doctor, professor, etc. And it will include a date that the paper was submitted.  Their will also be a list of publications (references) that relate to the research they have done. Those references are likely to be so detailed, that it will even tell you which page(s) in the book are relevant to the research. This can be great for leading you from a paper that is similar to the subject you are looking for, to one that is EXACTLY what you want.  But the main advantage is the incredible detail. And if at any point their is less detailed, it will link to another paper that has that detail for you. For example 'we installed the cable in to the device [44]'    ..... then the reference at the bottom of the page will show '[44]   J. F. Hetke, J. L. Lund, K. Najafi, K. D. Wise, and D. J. Anderson,“Silicon ribbon  cables for chronically implantable microelectrode arrays, ”IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., vol. 41, no. 4, pp. 314–321, Apr.1994.  My Inspiration What pushed me in to needing to do more research was a Youtube documentary by "TruthMedia - Aaron & Melissa Dykes". I really recommend that you listen to or watch the video. It is a real eye-opener . The detail within that documentary is amazing. It explains the history of non-consensual brain (neuro) research, using probes pushed in to the human brain and electrical frequencies sent to and from them. Scientists were able to change someone personality at the flick of a switch - very disturbing. It also explains how the CIA funded much of the research. The link to the video = https://youtu.be/LQucESRF3SgShould the video become unavailable, you can download the audio from that documentary here = The Minds Of Men AudioThey lso have a website, here = https://www.themindsofmen.net What is needed for brian 'control' is a power source, probes, processing, aerial, wireless rf-transmitter/receiver (known as a transceiver), long-life. The smaller and more flexible the parts are, the less likely they are to be detectable via x-ray, etc. Power (Vcc / Vss) must either be generated from the body or transmitted to the device (think wireless charging of a mobile phone, etc.). The device will obviously need to be low power and be reliable enough to last for years, if not decades.  Scientific Paper Search Engines Plos One - Mostly medical research papers, but they are of high quality.IEEE        - Various research papers.RefSeek  - Once you find the paper you want to read, get the DOI number and enter it into this site = http://sci-hub.tech  Show Me The Documents Here are just some of the scientific papers that I have found : -                                                                                                                                                  Title: Wireless Implantable Microsystems: High Density Electronic Interfaces To The Nervous System Published: 2004Keywords: Microelectrodes, microfluidics, micromachining, microsystems, nervous system, neural implants,                 sensors. Parts :       Processing (low power consumption), aerial, transceiver, probes, power (wireless), long-life. Me :           Has pretty much everything in a single device. Quote 1 :   This paper describes the development of a high-density electronic interface to the central nervous                  system. Silicon micromachined-electrode arrays now permit the long-term monitoring of neural                  activity in vivo as well as the insertion of electronic signals into neural networks at the cellular level.                  Efforts to understand and engineer the biology of the implant/tissue interface are also underway.                  These electrode arrays are facilitating significant advances in our understanding of the nervous                  system, and merged with on-chip circuitry, signal processing, microfluidics, and wireless interfaces, Quote 2 :   The interface electronics is partitioned here between the probes themselves, the platform, and in                  some cases, a remote electronics package. Excluding the need for any chemical reservoir, the                  structure could be self-contained, remotely powered, monitored, and controlled using a bidirectional                  RF telemetry link. While this system could take a number of physical forms, it is envisioned here as a                  button-size implant with a diameter of a few millimetres and a height above the platform of no more                  than 1 mm. The key parts of any such system are the electrodes themselves, the interface                  electronics, the wireless link, and the packaging. This paper describes recent progress in each of                  these areas."   Title:          Design, simulation and experimental validation of a novel flexible neural probe for deep brain                  stimulation and multichannel recording Published: 2012 Parts :        Probes, long-life. Me:            The flexible nature of the probe makes it harder to detect. Quote :       An implantable micromachined neural probe with multichannel electrode arrays for bothneural signal                  recording and electrical stimulation was designed, simulated and experimentally validated for deep                  brain stimulation (DBS) applications. The developed probe has a rough three-dimensional                  microstructure on the electrode surface to maximize the electrode–tissue contact area. The flexible,                  polyimide-based microelectrode arrays were each composed of a long shaft (14.9 mm in length) and                 16 electrodes (5 μm thick and with a diameter of 16 μm)    Title:          IBCOM (Intra-Brain Communication) Microsystem: Wireless Transmission of Neural Signals                 within The Brain Published: 2009 Parts :        Aerial, Processing, Probe Me :           Note that they use the whole brain as an aerial. Quote:       a new method of signal transmission for bio-implantable microsystems. Intra-brain communication or                  IBCOM is a wireless signal transmission method that uses the brain itself as a conductive medium to                  transmit the data and commands between neural implants and data processing systems outside                  the brain. Two miniaturized IBCOM (μ-IBCOM) CMOS chips were designed and fabricated for an in                  vivo test bed to transmit two prerecorded neural signals at different binary frequency shift keying                  (BFSK) carrier frequencies to validate the feasibility of IBCOM concept. The chips were packaged for                  full implantation in a rat brain except for external power delivery. The original neural signal                  waveforms were successfully recovered after being transmitted between two platinum electrodes                  separated by 15 mm with transmission power less than 650 pJ/bit for the CMOS implementation.    Title:          Studies in RF Power Communication, SAR, and Temperature Elevation in Wireless Implantable                  Neural Interfaces Published:  2013 Parts:         Aerial, Processing Me:            Study compares temperatures in the skull, caused by receiving wireless power. Increasing the power                  increases the heat (as you'd expect). Could this be another cause of people whose skulls become                  hot? Study tries to stick to legal safety limits - be sure that people who use similar tech have no                  such concerns. Quote:       Implantable neural interfaces are designed to provide a high spatial and temporal precision control                  signal implementing high degree of freedom real-time prosthetic systems. The development of a                  Radio Frequency (RF) wireless neural interface has the potential to expand the number of                  applications as well as extend the robustness and longevity compared to wired neural interfaces.                  However, it is well known that RF signal is absorbed by the body and can result in tissue heating. In                  this work, numerical studies with analytical validations are performed to provide an assessment of                  power, heating and specific absorption rate (SAR) associated with the wireless RF transmitting within                  the human head. The receiving antenna on the neural interface is designed with different geometries                 and modelled at a range of implanted depths within the brain in order to estimate the maximum                 receiving power without violating SAR and tissue temperature elevation safety regulations. Based on                 the size of the designed antenna, sets of frequencies between 1 GHz to 4 GHz have been                 investigated.   Title:          A Glucose Fuel Cell for Implantable Brain–Machine Interfaces Published: 2012 Parts:         Power, Long-Life Me:            It may or may not have enough power for wireless transmission, but proves that no batteries                  are required. This particular study is still a work-in-progress and not refined. Quote:       We have developed an implantable fuel cell that generates power through glucose oxidation,                  producing 3:4 mW cm {2 steady-state power and up to 180 mW cm {2 peak power. The fuel cell is                  manufactured using a novel approach, employing semiconductor fabrication techniques, and is                  therefore well suited for manufacture together with integrated circuits on a                  single silicon wafer. Thus, it can help enable implantable microelectronic systems with long-lifetime                  power sources that harvest energy from their surrounds. The fuel reactions are mediated by robust,                  solid state catalysts. Glucose is oxidized at the nanostructured surface of an activated platinum                  anode.    Title:          The Existence of a Hypnotic State Revealed by Eye Movements Published:  2011 Me:             Targeted Individuals often report that the people who attach or stalk them have have an unblinking                   stare, or demonic stare. I believe that this is due to those people being in a hypnotic state. Video                   shows what this stare looks like. Quote:        Hypnosis has had a long and controversial history in psychology, psychiatry and neurology, but the                   basic nature of hypnotic phenomena still remains unclear. Different theoretical approaches disagree                   as to whether or not hypnosis may involve an altered mental state. So far, a hypnotic state has                   never been convincingly demonstrated, if the criteria for the state are that it involves some                   objectively measurable and replicable behavioural or physiological phenomena that cannot be faked                   or simulated by non-hypnotized control subjects. We present a detailed case study of a highly                   hypnotizable subject who reliably shows a range of changes in both automatic and volitional eye                   movements when given a hypnotic induction. These changes correspond well with the phenomenon                   referred to as the ‘‘trance stare’’ in the hypnosis literature. Video:         Click On Video to Download it.                       Title:           Transmissibility of microwaves to ELF waves compatible to brain rhythms Published:  2013 Me:             ELF (extreamely Low Frequency) radio waves have been known to effects humans for a number                   of years, including mood and behaviour, etc. Quote 1:     Brain function can be affected by electromagnetic waves having very long wave length if the                   frequency is kept very low. There is no known means of shielding such disturbances that happen to                   coincide with the frequency range of the brain waves. The quality of wave transmissibility determines                   the sustainability the threshold and the time span of waveform lock-on. A postulate is proposed for                   assessing the permanent set and lock-on time. Quote 2:     frequency (LF) ground waves coming from the Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) [3]                  Towers. The GWEN transmitters placed 320 km apart across the US allow the magnetic field to be                  altered to specific frequencies. They operate in the low frequency (LF) range, with transmissions                  between LF of 150 and 175 kHz. They also emit waves from the upper very high frequency (VHF)                  to the lower ultra high frequency (UHF) range of 225–400 MHz. The LF signals travel by waves that                  hug the ground rather than radiating into the atmosphere. A GWEN station transmits in a 360 degree                  circle up to 480 km. The signal drops off sharply with distance. The US is bathed in this magnetic                  field which can rise from ground up to 150 m, but goes down into basements    Title:            High-performance wireless powering for peripheral nerve neuromodulation systems Published:   2017 Parts:           Power, Aerial Me:               Wireless power for an implanted device, that could potentially harvest power from standard                     2.4Ghz Wifi devices. Quote 1:       Neuromodulation of peripheral nerves with bioelectronic devices is a promising approach for                     treating a wide range of disorders. Wireless powering could enable long-term operation of these                     devices, but achieving high performance for miniaturized and deeply placed devices remains a                     technological challenge Quote 2:      The wireless neuromodulation device consists of the dipole antenna, matching network, energy                    harvesting circuit, energy-storage capacitor, and tripolar electrodes integrated onto a soft                    elastomeric substrate (Fig 2B). The electrodes are fabricated from shape-memory alloy (Pt-coated                    NiTi alloy) and transitions from an open to closed state upon heating from room to body                    temperature.    Title:            Conformal piezoelectric energy harvesting and storage from motions of the heart, lung, and                    diaphragm Published:   2014 Parts:          Power, Long-life Me:              Power generated from the natural movement of someone’s organs (e.g. lungs). Quote 1:      we report advanced materials and devices that enable high-efficiency mechanical-to-electrical                    energy conversion from the natural contractile and relaxation motions of the heart, lung, and                    diaphragm, demonstrated in several different animal models, each of which has organs with sizes                    that approach human scales. A co-integrated collection of such energy-harvesting element with                    rectifiers and microbatteries provides an entire flexible system, capable of viable integration with the                    beating heart via medical sutures and operation with efficiencies of ∼2%. Additional experiments,                    computational models, and results in multilayer configurations capture the key behaviours,                    illuminate essential design aspects, and offer sufficient power outputs for operation of pacemakers,                    with or without battery assist. Quote 2:      The reported results provide evidence that piezoelectric MEHs can yield significant electrical power                    from motions of internal organs, up to and exceeding levels relevant for practical use in implants.    Title:            Energy extraction from the biologic battery in the inner ear. Published:   2012 Parts:          Power, Long-life Me:              Can be used to power listening devices and speaker type devices in the ear. Quote 1:      Endocochlear potential (EP) is a battery-like electrochemical gradient found in and actively                    maintained by the inner ear 1,2 . Here we demonstrate that the mammalian EP can be used as a                    power source for electronic devices. We achieved this by designing an anatomically sized, ultra-low                    quiescent-power energy harvester chip integrated with a wireless sensor capable of monitoring the                    EP itself. Quote 2:       energy extraction from the cochlea may be applicable to humans. Surgical insertion of devices such                     as cochlear implant and stapes prostheses into the human inner ear is already possible with                     minimal risks of damaging normal or residual hearing.    Title:            Design of radio-frequency powered coils for implant instruments Published:    1977 Parts:            Power, Long-life Me:               The age of this scientific paper should give you an idea of just how long scientists have been trying                      to make implanted devices powered without batteries. Quote:           Radio frequency (r,f.) has been investigated as a means of externally powering miniature and                      long term implant telemetry systems. Optimum power transfer from the transmitter to the receiving                      coil is desired for total system efficiency. A seven step design procedure for the transmitting and                      receiving coils is described based on r.f., coil diameter, coil spacing, load and the number of turns                      of the coil. An inductance tapping circuit and a voltage doubler circuit have been built in                      accordance with the design procedure.   Title:              A SU-8-Based Fully Integrated Biocompatible Inductively Powered Wireless                     Neurostimulator Published:     2013 Parts:            Power, Long-life, aerial, processing, probes, transceiver Me:                Includes pretty much everything in one device, although it appears to have only 1 probe.                      Photos in this document shows just how ridiculously small the device is, making it really                      difficult to spot on an x-ray. Quote:           fully integrated minimally invasive compact polymer-based wireless neurostimulator was designed,                      fabricated, and characterized both in open air and in vivo. The neurostimulator (3.1 × 1.6 × 0.3                      mm) consists of a planar spiral coil for wireless power supply through inductive coupling, two                      Schottky diodes for full-wave rectification, an application-specific integrated circuit neurostimulator                      circuit chip for stimulus spike signal generation, and two biphasic platinum–iridium (PtIr) stimulation                      electrodes. The device is fully integrated and completely embedded in bio- compatible SU-8                     packaging.   Title:             Trauma-Associated Tinnitus: Audiological, Demographic and Clinical Characteristics Published:    2012 Me:               Many 'Targeted Individuals' report having a form of 'Tinnitus'. This paper suggests that one  cause                    of tinnitus is trauma (think cuts, puncture wounds, cooking of, bruising, etc.) to the brain. Quote:          Tinnitus can result from different etiologies. Frequently, patients report the development of tinnitus                     after traumatic injuries. However, to which extent this specific etiologic factor plays a role for the                     phenomenology of tinnitus is still incompletely understood.       Title:             A Pilot Study of EEG Source Analysis Based Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation                    for the Treatment of Tinnitus Published:    2015 Me:              Could it be that the magnetic stimulation in this experiment, works (for some people, i.e. Targeted                    Individual) by damaging electronic devices that may be present in the brain? Quote:          Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a novel therapeutic tool to induce a                     suppression of tinnitus. However, the optimal target sites are unknown. We aimed to whether low-                     frequency rTMS induced lasting suppression of tinnitus by decreasing neural activity in the cortex,                     navigated by high-density electroencephalogram (EEG) source analysis, and the utility of EEG for                     targeting treatment.