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Mind Tech In The News

It should be common sense that military tech is more advanced, more corrupt and more illegal that anything that is being written about by main stream media. They have limitless funding, access to most of the scientists in the west (either legitimately or by blackmailing them), and just from the fact that they are happy to bomb women and children in Yemen with no conscience at all, so psychopathic weapons manufacturers can make a profit, we can assume that what is being reported is just the tip of the iceberg.


But what is BEING REPORTED is bad enough. If you don't believe what targeted individuals are telling you, then take a look at what is being reported and therefore what we have evidence for, and where the world is heading. Everyone on this planet should be concerned.



DARPA’s New Project Is Investing Millions in Brain-Machine Interface Tech


"With the Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3) program, DARPA is looking to expand BMIs to the military. This month, the project tapped six academic teams to engineer radically different BMIs to hook up machines to the brains of able-bodied soldiers. The goal is to ditch surgery altogether—while minimizing any biological interventions—to link up brain and machine."


"Dr. Jacob Robinson at Rice University, for example, is combining genetic engineering, infrared laser beams, and nanomagnets for a bidirectional system. The $18 million project, MOANA (Magnetic, Optical and Acoustic Neural Access device) uses viruses to deliver two extra genes into the brain. One encodes a protein that sits on top of neurons and emits infrared light when the cell activates. Red and infrared light can penetrate through the skull. This lets a skull cap, embedded with light emitters and detectors, pick up these signals for subsequent decoding. Ultra-fast and utra-sensitvie photodetectors will further allow the cap to ignore scattered light and tease out relevant signals emanating from targeted portions of the brain, the team explained.


The other new gene helps write commands into the brain. This protein tethers iron nanoparticles to the neurons’ activation mechanism. Using magnetic coils on the headset, the team can then remotely stimulate magnetic super-neurons to fire while leaving others alone. Although the team plans to start in cell cultures and animals, their goal is to eventually transmit a visual image from one person to another. “In four years we hope to demonstrate direct, brain-to-brain communication at the speed of thought and without brain surgery,” said Robinson."