Saturday, October 19, 2013
Dec 23, 2009 ·

sooner than one might wish to think and not soon enough for many used for Human Testing .. a mental health professional nor Judicial Committee will  be able to  know conclusively if one's motivations are in fact their own... the "smallness" of the macrodevices that can enter a human being in the same way a mold spore might .... these un-seeable,untraceable technological pathogens as yet untraceable by conventional medical scanning equipment. ..inevitably the victim is labeled mentally ill which is the reason one must risk anything and everything to bring things too small ,too "far out" and too bizarre to be believed*-         Takahito Iguchi, Entrepreneur Telepathy One

Dr Ewen Cameron's co sponsored mind augmentation experiments included lengthy periods of multiple electroshocks, hallucinogenic drugs such as LSD, prolonged sensory deprivation, forced sleep, induced insulin comas, and psychic driving - an attempt to alter behaviour by forcing patients to listen to taped messages over and over again.
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  1. “There can be no ethics in these type of experiments,there can no rules ,there be no mercy... as it is up to the subject to teach us what mercy and ethics are concerning this field. Of mind augment and mind regulation”-Brian Pasley (January 31, 2012 )
    and colleagues of University of California Berkeley published their paper in “Plos Biology “where in subjects internal neural processing of auditory information was decoded and reconstructed as sound on computer by gathering and analyzing electrical signals directly from subjects brains. The research team conducted their studies on the superior temporal gyrus, a region of the brain that is involved in higher order neural processing to make semantic sense from auditory information.[The research team used a computer model to analyze various parts of the brain that might be involved in neural firing while processing auditory signals. Using the computational model, scientists were able to identify the brain activity involved in processing auditory information when subjects were presented with recording of individual words.Later, the computer model of auditory information processing was used to reconstruct some of the words back into sound based on the neural processing of the subjects.