Monday, January 20, 2014

looking through a glass onion

The technology of Google Glass might have to go one step further than "the ear thing" which sends vibrations to the inner ear through the skull, is not new but has not been widely adopted. (Panasonic introduced a similar set of  bone conduction headphones at last year's Consumer Electronics show)________________________________________
Some consumers state that their only problem with Google Glass are the glasses themselves ,according to market studies consumers are waiting for a visual bypass as well  that does not require either a visible headgear nor implants of any kind.

While the occipital lobe – the part of the brain at the back of the head – is responsible for  the' sense of vision and  "playback" actual retinal imagery is understood by a part of our mind that does not rely upon the eye "to actual perceive sight or more specifically  experience what one might thing of as codification and reassembly of visual knowledge ,  "the pictures we see in our head "one previously needed the full function of the "eye" to perceive imagery this is not longer so ...the transmissions that take place between neurons are actually very much like "the code" that creates pixels  and the region in the back of the brain is already  hi-tech " digital camera" ..these signals(shape,color,speculative mass) are very precise and can be broken down into frequency ,waves and pulsation which can be encoded into mutually "agreed upon" recognized imagery this way, a person no longer "needs eyes " to "see..

..This type of sight however very much depends upon referential recognition of "word picture"for Occipital Overlay to work,for instance if I say the word -Pepsi Cola- an automatic response "senses and conjures and thus writes  the logo on one's mind if one does not the logo one cannot see the picture in this new way of "seeing"- Michael Beauchamp, Ph.D.


"The Unethical Use of Human Beings in High-Risk Research Experiments" Adil E. Shamoo Ph.D before the U.S. House of Representatives' House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, alerting the House on the use of American veterans in VA Hospitals as human guinea pigs and calling for national reforms 


             Researchers give 26 veterans at a VA hospital a chemical called Yohimbine to purposely induce post-traumatic stress disorder In order to create a "psychosis model," University of Cincinnati researchers give 16 schizophrenic patients at Cincinnati VA amphetamine in order to provoke repeats bouts of psychosis and eventually produce "behavioral sensitization" (Sharav).

Researchers give amphetamine to 13 schizophrenic patients in a repetition of the 1994 "amphetamine challenge" at New York VA Hospital. As a result, the patients experience psychosis, delusions and hallucinations. The researchers claim to have informed consent ...


Research on Bypassing the  Eyes to Deliver Visual Images Straight to the Brain(2008)

Hearing what others cannot hear is Goggle Glass's main selling point but so far nobody has taken advantage of benefit of also by passing one's eye's to get maximum bang out of Heightened Perceptory Communications.While the occipital lobe – the part of the brain at the back of the head – is responsible for vision and mental images scientists  have discovered that the brain’s temporoparietal junction also work in conjunction with the occipital lobe for individuals to “see” an image in their mind’s eye,” according to  Michael Beauchamp, Ph.D.

According to John St Clair Akwei, surveillance specialist, Remote Neural Monitoring plays a key role in the targeting of individuals:

‘Without any contact with the subject, Remote Neural Monitoring  maps out electrical activity from the visual cortex of a subject’s brain and displays   images from the subject’s brain on a video monitor. **** operators see what the surveillance subject’s eyes are seeing. Visual memory can also be seen. RNM can send images direct to the visual cortex, bypassing the eyes and optic nerves.’ 

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