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« on: November 04, 2010, 08:48:08 PM »

Every product made for a supposed ENEMY is slways used against the innocent civilians in due time.

Air Force Wants Neuroweapons to Overwhelm Enemy Minds


  
It sounds like something a wild-eyed basement-dweller would come up with, after he complained about the fit of his tinfoil hat. But military bureaucrats really are asking scientists to help them “degrade enemy performance” by attacking the brain’s “chemical pathway(s).” Let the conspiracy theories begin.

Late last month, the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing revamped a call for research proposals examining “Advances in Bioscience for Airmen Performance.” It’s a six-year, $49 million effort to deploy extreme neuroscience and biotechnology in the service of warfare.

One suggested research thrust is to use “external stimulant technology to enable the airman to maintain focus on aerospace tasks and to receive and process greater amounts of operationally relevant information.” (Something other than modafinil, I guess.) Another asks scientists to look into “fus[ing] multiple human sensing modalities” to develop the “capability for Special Operations Forces to rapidly identify human-borne threats.” No, this is not a page from The Men Who Stare at Goats.

But perhaps the oddest, and most disturbing, of the program’s many suggested directions is the one that notes: “Conversely, the chemical pathway area could include methods to degrade enemy performance and artificially overwhelm enemy cognitive capabilities.” That’s right: the Air Force wants a way to fry foes’ minds — or at least make ‘em a little dumber.

It’s the kind of official statement that’s seized on by anyone who is sure that the CIA planted a microchip in his head, or thinks that the Air Force is controlling minds with an antenna array in Alaska. The same could be said about the 711th’s call to “develo[p] technologies to anticipate, find, fix, track, identify, characterize human intent and physiological status anywhere and at anytime.”

The ideas may sound wild. They are wild. But the notions aren’t completely out of the military-industrial mainstream. For years, armed forces and intelligence community researchers have toyed with ways of manipulating minds. During the Cold War, the CIA and the military allegedly plied the unwitting with dozens of psychoactive drugs, in a series of zany (and sometimes dangerous) mind-control experiments. More recently, the Pentagon’s most revered scientific advisory board warned in 2008 that adversaries could develop enhancements to their “cognitive capabilities … and thus create a threat to national security.” The National Research Council and Defense Intelligence Agency followed suit, pushing for pharma-based tactics to weaken enemy forces. In recent months, the Pentagon has funded projects to optimize troop’s minds, prevent injuries, preemptively assess vulnerability to traumatic stress, and even conduct “remote control of brain activity using ultrasound.”

The Air Force is warning potential researchers that this project “may require top secret clearance.” They’ll also need a high tolerance for seemingly loony theories — sparked by the military itself.

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« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2010, 03:01:23 PM »


Every product made for a supposed ENEMY is slways used against the innocent civilians in due time.


What do you mean "in due time"?
Who do you think they use in their 2nd phase of testing?
First they test it out on those they consider expendable meat shields ...the very soldiers under their command. Then they release it on an unsuspecting public, then they try it on in the actual theatre of war. The enemy has a few shields of protection before these weapons make their way over to them.
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« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2010, 03:11:27 PM »

What do you mean "in due time"?
Who do you think they use in their 2nd phase of testing?
First they test it out on those they consider expendable meat shields ...the very soldiers under their command. Then they release it on an unsuspecting public, then they try it on in the actual theatre of war. The enemy has a few shields of protection before these weapons make their way over to them.

I stand corrected
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« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2010, 03:49:22 PM »

I stand corrected

Judging from the intellect of the typical FOX viewer, we know which phase of testing has already been completed. And y'all thought there was an advantage to being a Nielsen family didn't you?! Sha right!  Roll Eyes

You know what they are offering up here? Personal scanners. Yep, that's right.
As part of being a Neilsen family, you can get a personal scanner, that you will use to scan all the UPC labels as you unpack your groceries. You don't want to put anything away in your cupboards without scanning it first. Then once a week, you upload all the data to Neilsen. In exchange they might periodically send you a 25 cents OFF coupon, or a free trial product to evaluate. Unbelievable!
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« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2010, 10:36:05 PM »

Judging from the intellect of the typical FOX viewer, we know which phase of testing has already been completed. And y'all thought there was an advantage to being a Nielsen family didn't you?! Sha right!  Roll Eyes

You know what they are offering up here? Personal scanners. Yep, that's right.
As part of being a Neilsen family, you can get a personal scanner, that you will use to scan all the UPC labels as you unpack your groceries. You don't want to put anything away in your cupboards without scanning it first. Then once a week, you upload all the data to Neilsen. In exchange they might periodically send you a 25 cents OFF coupon, or a free trial product to evaluate. Unbelievable!

WOW seems like Canada is taking the lead in some of this NWO stuff...scanning your food and product labels. Did anyone see the privacy invasion in this or the revealing of personal tastes, desires and even the revelation of medications and diseases/conditions, which God only knows who will have access to and will do what with it, towards the person sending it in.
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« Reply #5 on: November 05, 2010, 10:40:29 PM »

WOW seems like Canada is taking the lead in some of this NWO stuff...scanning your food and product labels. Did anyone see the privacy invasion in this or the revealing of personal tastes, desires and even the revelation of medications and diseases/conditions, which God only knows who will have access to and will do what with it, towards the person sending it in.

It's voluntary.
I think they can get around that because it is the consumer requesting the scanner from Neilsen.
It's like sending your urine off to the Trump Network for personalized vitamins.  Roll Eyes
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