Monday, February 23, 2015

unit 731


Unit 731

  • Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that undertook lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War of World War II. It was responsible for some of the most notorious war crimes carried out by Japanese personnel. Unit 731 was based at the Pingfang district of Harbin, the largest city in the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo.
they try to convince me .that they know all my intentions.
I was brought up like this.
since I was 2 or 3 my foster parents treated me as if I was "some dangerous form of life"
back then it always seemed so peculiar.
being beaten regularly
for simply breathing.
    one raised like this doesn't become dangerous.
    they become NOTHING.
    it never occurred to me there "was a reason" I was raised in such a manner..
    it was explained to me in just the last 5 years
    that it was to prime me to be "ready" to be tortured with foreseen technologies.
    that "in fact" my abuse was Ritualized and "done with love" so I could "take what was coming 20/30 years down the line...

to them -all my intentions have always "been bad"
to them I am "The Bad Seed"
their beginning and end to modern psychology....began and ended with "The Bad Seed" written in 1954...
it is inconceivable to them...that I am satisfied not writing this "for financial gain nor recognition"
the main reason they presumed I would "stay on track" writing this in some traditional format was because..
"we know you" we know all you desires is recognition..
that "those raised like you " have no true conscious... that 'no way" are you writing this for other Targeted Individuals
not "raised to endure this "to let them know They are not crazy but simply victims
 definition of the word endure...yes I am enduring this .. 
but I am aware  ...I won't be able to much longer---and this
somehow is "The Good News"
the threats I am besotted with
are not ...I believe mere threats ..if I do not "cease and desist"
my ranting against Progress.
against 'the program'
if I ever got down to the bare bones of what various "teams " DID to me ON PURPOSE
to make me....not quite human
any "horrorshow"I write of...STILL semifictiously.
would make a reader weep.
I have not taken "that tactic"
Horror Films are one thing that helps me endure...
realistic one's based on premises "that COULD happen in real life.
they help BRACE some way
recently I have begun watching films that deal with issues I am not supposed to "tune into"
concerning politics and corruption.
:my team " knows I no longer want to wake up-"
they have placed me literally in jail for this...
on occasion..
they have set me up to be to have enough criminal background
"just in case " anyone might believe a word I say..
They have discredited me in ways I can barely begin to explain in Los Angeles.
just in case...
they can get me to go "Myron May"for them...
they have tried.
they have done enough to discredit me ...including a particularly odd...photograph "ll set to go"
that will come to define me..
I despise this endeavor.
some how quite soon many 'sudden" advances will become public knowledge concerning A.I. and it is consumer ready
and consumerism beats war every time
every country in the world is developing quite the same technology.
I am no longer fooled thinking ..
"we are the champions"....for some reason this intrusive technology that makes one into a literally tv set and telephone at the same time
is shared....amongst our enemies ...or at least the venture capitalists and genuine 'heads of state" that rarely are satisfied with the
ultimate "method acting" that is politics...
I am telling no secrets here...
much of this Off Grid testing is slowly coming to light..
did they try doing some pretty nifty work on me ...makin game smarter out of nowhere...and also more "pleasant" and affable
yes.....but they wouldn't stop...
every "test" or success...making this "a sea worthy commodity' was always pushed deliberately over the line...
it seems sometimes simply so I ...a research project could not be "indeed enhanced" or at least "helped" in a manner that "fit in" to the real world..
for what purpose..?
how many variations of they really need to "work out"?
over night if this tech was released to cause an entire population to "see the Lord or see the devil or see space aliens"it could happen..literally overnight..
but unlike missiles ...few people realize that in many ways THIS because it is so consuming ...and unknown of..
is just as dangerous...or moreso than traditional weapons as this type tech incrementally or swiftly to entirely alter one's perception....and emotions.
obviously any information released is decades old or it would not be released at all...
every Targeted Individual or those raised to "compliable for  this tech" since birth..
are willing to die writing about the subject
and we are also aware that the internet...was in fact created by DARPA (as the internet was once Advanced Technology as well)
so no information is being written here....that
cannot easily be sequestered the nether regions of new recipes for tuna casserole...
they have made some of us dummies.
yet are confounded STILL by "this damn self will" that exerts inself in spite of threats of torture too disgusting to mention.....psychological terror ...and perceptionary alterations beyond description...
what is equally repulsive is the wasted time so many researchers are doing in academia which has strict rules concerning Human testing
these academics also cannot afford the super fast computational systems let alone "space age" satellite systems needed to "work" on certain aspects of essentially owning another body and soul
the only way out is suicide
and the thought of "doing myself in"  terrifying
it is a hell of a lot less terrifying than truly conceiving of having to live "haunted"
for much longer Cole Cohen 9/2/14




Carbon Nanotube Harpoon Catches Individual Brain Cell Signals

Duke scientists designed a thin, flexible carbon-nanotube spear to study individual brain cells.
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This image, taken with a scanning electron microscope, shows a new brain electrode that tapers to a point as thick as a single carbon nanotube. Credit: Inho Yoon and Bruce Donald, Duke.
Durham, NC - Neuroscientists may soon be modern-day harpooners, snaring individual brain-cell signals instead of whales with tiny spears made of carbon nanotubes.
The new brain cell spear is a millimeter long, only a few nanometers wide and harnesses the superior electromechanical properties of carbon nanotubes to capture electrical signals from individual neurons.
"To our knowledge, this is the first time scientists have used carbon nanotubes to record signals from individual neurons, what we call intracellular recordings, in brain slices or intact brains of vertebrates," said Bruce Donald, a professor of computer science and biochemistry at Duke University who helped developed the probe.
He and his collaborators describe the carbon nanotube probes June 19 in PLOS ONE.
"The results are a good proof of principle that carbon nanotubes could be used for studying signals from individual nerve cells," said Duke neurobiologist Richard Mooney, a study co-author. "If the technology continues to develop, it could be quite helpful for studying the brain."
Scientists want to study signals from individual neurons and their interactions with other brain cells to better understand the computational complexity of the brain.
Currently, they use two main types of electrodes, metal and glass, to record signals from brain cells. Metal electrodes record spikes from a population of brain cells and work well in live animals. Glass electrodes also measure spikes, as well as the computations individual cells perform, but are delicate and break easily.
"The new carbon nanotubes combine the best features of both metal and glass electrodes. They record well both inside and outside brain cells, and they are quite flexible. Because they won't shatter, scientists could use them to record signals from individual brain cells of live animals," said Duke neurobiologist Michael Platt, who was not involved in the study.
In the past, other scientists have experimented with carbon nanotube probes. But the electrodes were thick, causing tissue damage, or they were short, limiting how far they could penetrate into brain tissue. They could not probe inside individual neurons.
To change this, Donald began working on a harpoon-like carbon-nanotube probe with Duke neurobiologist Richard Mooney five years ago. The two met during their first year at Yale in the 1976, kept in touch throughout graduate school and began meeting to talk about their research after they both came to Duke.
Mooney told Donald about his work recording brain signals from live zebra finches and mice. The work was challenging, he said, because the probes and machinery to do the studies were large and bulky on the small head of a mouse or bird.
With Donald's expertise in nanotechnology and robotics and Mooney's in neurobiology, the two thought they could work together to shrink the machinery and improve the probes with nano-materials.
To make the probe, graduate student Inho Yoon and Duke physicist Gleb Finkelstein used the tip of an electrochemically sharpened tungsten wire as the base and extended it with self-entangled multi-wall carbon nanotubes to create a millimeter-long rod. The scientists then sharpened the nanotubes into a tiny harpoon using a focused ion beam at North Carolina State University.
Yoon then took the nano-harpoon to Mooney's lab and jabbed it into slices of mouse brain tissue and then into the brains of anesthetized mice. The results show that the probe transmits brain signals as well as, and sometimes better than, conventional glass electrodes and is less likely to break off in the tissue. The new probe also penetrates individual neurons, recording the signals of a single cell rather than the nearest population of them.
Based on the results, the team has applied for a patent on the nano-harpoon.  Platt said scientists might use the probes in a range of applications, from basic science to human brain-computer interfaces and brain prostheses.
Donald said the new probe makes advances in those directions, but the insulation layers, electrical recording abilities and geometry of the device still need improvement.
This research was supported by the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, and grants from the National Institutes of Health (NS-79929, GM-65982, GM-78031).
Citation: "Intracellular neural recording with pure carbon nanotube probes." Yoon, I. et al. 2013. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065715 

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