Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Analysis on Mind Control Electromagnetic Weapons

Harlan E. Girard has posted this thorough and well-researched essay titled 'Effects of GHz radiation on the human nervous system: Recent developments in the technology of political control' at GlobalResearch.

This was a paper first presented at a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Coherent and Emergent Phenomena in Biomolecular Systems, The University of Arizona, January 15-1991


The United States has developed communications equipment which can make the blind see, the deaf hear and the lame walk. It can relieve the terminally ill of all pain, without the use of any drugs. A man might retain the use of all his faculties up until the day of his death.

This communications equipment depends on a new way of looking at the human brain and neuromuscular system, and gigahertz radiation pulsed at ultra-low frequencies.

Some of this equipment is now operational within the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It will never be used to make the blind see and the deaf hear and the lame walk because its use is central to the domestic political agenda and foreign policy of James A. Baker and George Herbert Walker Bush.

Domestically, the new communications equipment is being used to torture and murder persons who match profiles imagined to be able to screen a given population for terrorists, to torture and murder citizens who belong to organizations which promote peace and development in Central America, to torture and murder citizens who belong to organizations opposed to the deployment and use of nuclear weapons, and to create a race of slaves called Automatons or what is popularly called the Manchurian Candidate.

Overseas, experimentation is taking place on hostages held by the United States in Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Germany, Finland and France. In addition, there has been a long series of bizarre suicides among British computer scientists, all of whom had some connection to the United States Navy.

Considenng how recklessly, wantonly and indiscriminately America's new weapons have been used, physicians attending the dead and dying should consider the patients known political views and associations before making a diagnosis or conducting an autopsy.

Enjoy the read!

Monday, May 22, 2006

Total Recall of memories

Forget what it was you were supposed to remember....? Or can't visualise a past event with a loved one...? Fear not (or fear alot), as here comes the future in total recall. Popular Science has an article - 'In 2021 You'll Enjoy Total Recall Software will allow you to easily carry years’ worth of searchable memories—in your pocket' - that looks at the possible solution to this:

'Upgrading our memory is a matter of improving our recording and retrieving abilities. At the current pace of miniaturization, camera components could be made tiny enough to fit in a contact lens in just a few years. A high-precision microphone could fit in your ear. And the data could be downloaded to a searchable handheld gadget.'

Yet would we want to remember everything...? Even the willed blackouts?

A world of 'software beings'??

In a recent article titled 'Scientists build a world of 'software beings': Research project will study social interactions between millions of virtual human beings' it describes how a new research project underway between five European universities will create a software virtual environment in order to watch artificial life grow and develop, and socialise:

'Politicians could one day determine the results of elections before they take place, thanks to a European research project that will study social interactions between millions of virtual human beings.

Five European universities are collaborating on the New Ties project, where they plan to create millions of "software beings" (human beings that live in computers) with the goal of studying how they interact and evolve.

The software beings don't have names, but they do have distinct characteristics, including gender, life expectancy, size and metabolism. Their traits will be passed on as they reproduce, but they'll also be able to learn and gain new characteristics.

Two thousand artificial beings have been created so far in a single computer, but the goal is to create a grid or cluster of computers to host potentially millions of them, said Gusz Eiben, a professor of computer science at Vrije Universiteit in the Netherlands and the project's leader.'

Well - this falls within the category of Artifical Life: does this mean the scientists need to consider whether these artificial beings have any rights? What if they want to finally shut down the computer - is it right to end these virtual lives that have developed and grown?

Doesn't this somehow remind you of our own inside of an incredible quantum simulation?

See Seth Lloyd's 'Programming the Universe: A Quantum Computer Scientist Takes on the Cosmos'

Also, see Nick Bostrom's 'Are You Living In a Computer Simulation?'

Monday, May 15, 2006

Smarter than thou?

Ahh..the endless transhumanist debate: are we on the verge of transition to a higher form of evolution? Perhaps...yet just exactly how this emerges is still endlessly open...personally, I wonder how 'enhanced humans' will vibrate - seriously, all the cosmos vibrates, thats the consciousness-matter relationship. So: do transhumanists support vibration?

Anyway, here is a post that covers the recent Stanford University Singularity Summit:

'Is technology poised to develop machines that can outsmart their human creators?

And what will happen to mere mortals if such superintelligent machines arise?

Borrowing a term from physics, singularity suggests a horizon beyond which we can't see. It describes the point at which some form of intelligence spawned by technology gains the ability to rapidly improve its own programming -- becoming so powerful that we cannot predict what it might do. At that point, its capabilities could exceed even the power of our imaginations.'

Read: Smarter than thou? Stanford conference ponders a brave new world with machines more powerful than their creators

Also: as I have mentioned in the past, Mark Pesce is worth checking out - his site has an interesting video you can download which he produced for one of his presentations at Mindstates- called 'Becoming Transhuman'which also touches upon human evolution and brain patterns.

The new incredibles: Enhanced humans

The recent front-cover article in the newly published NewScientist discusses enhanced humans...

'People with enhanced senses, superhuman bodies and sharpened minds are already walking among us. Are you ready for your upgrade?

They're here and walking among us: people with technologically enhanced senses, superhuman bodies and artificially sharpened minds. The first humans to reach a happy, healthy 150th birthday may already have been born. And that's just the start of it. Are you ready for your upgrade, asks Graham Lawton

IT IS 2050, and Peter Schwartz is deciding what to do with the rest of his life. He has already had two successful careers and he wants another one before he dies, which he expects to happen in around 50 years. By then he'll be about 150, which isn't bad for a baby boomer, but he expects his son, now 60, to live a lot longer than that.

The world that Schwartz lives in is radically different from the one he grew up in.'

Shame that the site requires subscription - or you could read it at a local library or whilst standing in the shop browsing...!

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Technologies for the brain

In a recent 2-part article by researcher Nick Begich titled 'Mind Control:
The Ultimate Brave New World
', subtitled - Technologies for stimulating the brain and controlling the mind can have benefits, but they have a dark side that military and intelligence planners have been exploiting for decades - he discusses the military implications of energy-directed technologies. Excerpt:

"The idea that the brain can be made to function at a more efficient and directed level has been the subject of research by scientists, mystics, health practitioners and others for as long as mankind has contemplated such matters. In the last decade, advances in the science of the brain have begun to yield significant results. The results of the research are startling, challenging and, if misused, will be frightening. The certainty to be expected from the research is that it will continue to proceed.
The idea that people can be impacted by external signal generators which create, for example, pulsed electromagnetic fields, pulsed light and pulsed sound signals is not new. The following information demonstrates some of the possibilities and gives hints of the potentials of the technology."

Again, more material worth reading on the notion of brain-frequency manipulation occuring in modern technologies that are creeping into more civilian areas.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Laszlo is Back

I have mentioned here on a number of occassions about the pioneering scientific spiritual work of Ervin Laszlo, not to mention his evolutionary theories and publications on the 'tipping points' of Earth's future(s).

Now, almost simultaneously, Laszlo has two works published this year - both of which deserve a mention:

The first is 'Science and the Reenchantment of the Cosmos: The Rise of the Integral Vision of Reality' - this book follows on from his previous work about the quantum vacuum, the holographic nature of the universe and its relationship to an intelligence field (see earler work of 'Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything ')

Secondly, is the work to be published at the end of this month title 'The Chaos Point: The World at the Crossroads' which also follows on from his previous work in this area - especially the wonderful book 'Macroshift: Navigating the Transformation to a Sustainable World'.

Ervin Laszlo is also the founder of The Club of Budapest.

Visionary work.

Talks at the Technium

Tech author and Wired editor Kevin Kelly has a range of insightful essays over at his webpage , especially in his bloggy-papers page known as The Technium:

Here, there are some worthwhile articles such as

The Speed of Information

Civilizations are Creatures

The Singularity is Always Near

Speculations on the Future of Science

Take your pick!

Monday, May 01, 2006

You monkeys only think you’re running things

Dennis McKenna - brother of Terence - has said some worthwhile things in a recent article he wrote, reproduced on the Future Hi site: called 'Ayahuasca and Human Destiny': here are a few extracts:

'For the first time in the history of our species, and indeed of our planet, we are forced to confront the possibility that thoughtless and unsustainable human activity may be posing a real threat to our species’ survival, and possibly the survival of all life on the planet.

And suddenly, and literally, “out of the Amazon,” one of the most impacted parts of our wounded planet, ayahuasca emerges as an emissary of trans-species sentience, to bring this lesson: You monkeys only think you’re running things. In a wider sense, the import of this lesson is that we need to wake up to what is happening to us and to the planet. We need to get with the program, people. We have become spiritually bereft and have been seduced by the delusion that we are somehow important in the scheme of things. We are not.

Our spiritual institutions have devolved into hollow shells, perverted to the agendas of rapacious governments and fanatic fundamentalisms, no longer capable of providing balm to the wounded spirit of our species; and as the world goes up in flames we benumb ourselves with consumerism and mindless entertainment, the decadent distractions of gadgets and gewgaws, the frantic but ultimately meaningless pursuits of a civilization that has lost its compass. And at this cusp in human history, there emerges a gentle emissary, the conduit to a body of profoundly ancient genetic and evolutionary wisdom that has long abided in the cosmologies of the indigenous peoples of the Amazon who have guarded and protected this knowledge for millennia, who learned long ago that the human role is not to be the master of nature, but its stewards, Our destiny, if we are to survive, is to nurture nature and to learn from it how to nurture ourselves and our fellow beings. This is the lesson that we can learn from ayahuasca, if only we pay attention.'