Friday, November 14, 2014

PART 2 (lawyers,"Bums" and money)


We are very proud to announce our first conference on covert harassment. The conference is the first of an annual human rights conference with the aim to create awareness on the covert harassment of civilians. Not only whistle blowers, activists and political opponents are targeted, but also thousands of innocent civilians are subjected to non-consensual testing and mind control experimentation by a myriad of non-lethal weapons and covert community harassment by government and non-government agencies. The conference addresses these issues on individual and global scale, and is also about trying to find solutions for all those targeted, which soon will be all children of our world.
10 October 2014: Magnus Olsson announces NSA whistleblower William Binney speaking at the Covert Harassment Conference!
9 October 2014: Buy your tickets online
3 October 2014: Download the promotion documents
Read more about the conference in English, Francais (French), Deutsch (German), Nederlands (Dutch), česky (Czech).
Everyone concerned with the direction our world is going to. Especially politicians, journalists, human rights organizations and activists, lawyers, police and military personnel, doctors and psychiatrists should not miss this conference. And of course we hope to welcome many victims of these crimes joined by friends and/or family members.
The aims of the Covert Harassment Conference 2014:
  • To challenge general ignorance, governments denial and mainstream media silence regarding the development and existence of the sophisticated spectrum of harassment methodologies and bio-electromagnetic technology (a.k.a. mind-control technology), capable of not only influencing the human body, behaviour, emotions and cognitive processes, but also torturing and/or killing at the speed of light without leaving any evidence.
  • To raise awareness and inspire reflection among the public on these human rights violations committed non-consensually and covertly on innocent civilians.
  • To stimulate the debate at the European and world level, forming a basis for international legislation and policies addressing the use of remote technology weapons and/or methodologies, including: thought reading and thought control technologies, directed energy weapons (DEW), gang stalking (a.k.a. organized stalking) and ensuring citizens’ protection.
  • To prompt recognition and acknowledgement of the stories of targeted individuals, instead of ignoring them and often labelling as ‘crazy’.
  • To engender independent investigations into mind-control experimentation related crimes.
  • To encourage everybody to look for the solutions to protect citizens against the crimes committed with the use of these remote technology weapons and/or methodologies and diligently promote the care for victims of stalking crimes who have limited resources or avenues for a safe environment.
The following persons have already acknowledged to speak at the conference:
- Magnus Olsson – Director of EUCACH – European Coalition Against Covert Harassment
- Peter Mooring – Founder of STOPEG Foundation – STOP Electronic weapons and Gang stalking
- William Binney – NSA whistleblower
- Dr. Henning Witte – Founder of White TV, Sweden’s first uncontrolled medium
- Dr. Rauni Kilde – Medical specialist and advisor
- Mojmír Babáček – Writer, Czech Republic
- Alfred Lambremont Webre, MA, JD – Active with human rights and social justice
The Delta Haptic Device as a nanomanipulator SØbastien Grange, Franois Conti, Patrick Helmer, Patrice Rouiller, Charles Baur Institut de SystŁmes Robotiques Ecole Polytechnique FØdØrale de Lausanne 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland  

At the EPFL, we have developed a force-feedback device and control architecture for high-end research and industrial applications. The Delta Haptic Device (DHD) consists of a 6 degrees-of-freedom (DOF) mecatronic device driven by a PC. Several experiments have been carried out in the fields of manipulation and simulation to assess the dramatic improvement haptic information brings to manipulation. This system is particularly well suited for scaled manipulation such as micro-, nano- and biomanipulation. Not only can it perform geometric and force scaling, but it can also include fairly complex physical models into the control loop to assist manipulation and enhance human understanding of the environment. To demonstrate this ability, we are currently interfacing our DHD with an atomic force microscope (AFM). In a first stage, we will be able to feel in real-time the topology of a given sample while visualizing it in 3D. The aim of the project is to make manipulation of carbon nanotubes possible by including physical models of such nanotubes behavior into the control loop, thus allowing humans to control complex structures. In this paper, we give a brief description of our device and present preliminary results of its interfacing with the AFM. Keywords: force-feedback, haptic, mechatronics, nanomanipulation, carbon nanotubes  , Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) has been the object of a growing research interest. The increase in computing power makes possible today what was thought unrealistic yesterday, In order to make Virtual Reality  simulations more realistic, a wider range of human senses should be involved. The sense of touch can be conveyed through the haptic sense is surprisingly high and justifies the recent excitement about force-feedback interfaces. At the Virtual Reality and Active Interfaces (VRAI) group, we have developed an innovative force-feedback system which meets the high standards required for numerous common HCI applications and advanced control interfaces, such as simulations, teleoperation and nanomanipulation. The impact of adding haptic information to these known systems is significant. , the human control-loop needs to be closed through a high-level sense, usually vision or hearing. These senses require interpretation and leave little attention to perform other tasks. It is far more intuitive, though, to close one part of the human control-loop locally (i.e. directly at the users hand), by exploiting the user’s lower-level sense of touch. This gives him the opportunity to perform high-level tasks in parallel and concentrate on strategic decisions. The haptic channel then becomes bi-directional and the user gets to use the forces generated by the device as a straightforward, intuitive source of information.

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