Monday, December 23, 2013

Advances in IMPLANTABLE BioTechnologies

Located or placed just beneath the skin

I spent the better part of today, after returning from being out, having several Target Specific Regions of my Cranial area in particular the Frontal Lobe just to the right, the Right Frontal Lobe, and the Left Back Cortex being Magnetically Pulsed.  It needs to be clearly Understood that Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) via what now appears to be IntraCranial implanted devices is NON SURREPTITIOUS neurotechnology, which means the person (that would be ME) is able to feel every single blast of magnetic pulsed shocks that are being fired through my human skull.  

The now PUBLISHED articles, will explain what has long since been researched, developed, field tested, and criminally experimented upon and against my person as Targeted Victim's of extensive non consensual human experimentation, information that I have long since outlined, identified, documented, and demanded criminal investigation into.   

These articles are within the field of Bio-Technologies, to include Neurotechnologies, and for Commercial Purposes, but as a Targeted Individual who has long since published my findings on what was being done to me - these Published articles, and have validated the criminal accusations made against all entities involved with my targeting, to include non consensual human experimentation, in particular criminal and offensive use of Cognitive Neuroscience, Nanoscience, and Nano/Neuro-Technologies.

Audio Recording of the linked articles:

This was published in the Weekend addition of the San Jose Mercury, but follows the path of what is currently being done.  

It's likely the world in the not-so-distant future will be increasingly populated by computerized people like Amal Graafstra.

The 37-year-old doesn't need a key or password to get into his car, home or computer. He's programmed them to unlock at the mere wave of his hands, which are implanted with radio frequency identification tags. The rice-size gadgets work so well, the Seattle resident says, he's sold similar ones to more than 500 customers through his company Dangerous Thing ...
In a potential neuroscience breakthrough, University of California Berkeley scientists have proposed a system that allows for thousands of ultra-tiny “neural dust” chips to be inserted into the brain to monitor neural signals at high resolution and communicate data highly efficiently via ultrasound...

A major hurdle in brain-machine interfaces (BMI) is the lack of an implantable neural interface system that remains viable for a lifetime. This paper explores the fundamental system design trade-offs and ultimate size, power, and bandwidth scaling limits of neural recording systems built from low-power CMOS circuitry coupled with ultrasonic power delivery and backscatter communication...

Google Patents THROAT TATTOO Also Used As Lie Detector
It seems that Google subsidiary, Motorola, has filed a new United States Patent. In it includes coupling your mobile device to an electronic skin tattoo. While CNN is reporting that this innovation is comparable to the Google Glass technology in that it boosts your microphone, Business Insider points out one more disturbing pattern in the US Patent on file. It seems that what is being heralded as a way to boost the signal of your microphone and a way to connect to all your mobile devices also has the mysterious capability of being a lie detector...

Google Patent Bone Conduction for Google Glass
As we've heard before, Google's Glass project features are "still in flux" -- could one be a bone-conduction speaker? It very well may, at least according to a US patent application published today. The gadget, described as a "wearable computing device with indirect bone-conduction speaker," appears to be similar in structure to Glass. It includes "at least once vibration transducer," so it's possible that this HMD implementation wouldn't offer stereo sound...

Intel: Chips in brains will control computers by 2020 
Computerworld - By the year 2020, you won't need a keyboard and mouse to control your computer, say Intel Corp. researchers. Instead, users will open documents and surf the Web using nothing more than their brain waves.

Scientists at Intel's research lab in Pittsburgh are working to find ways to read and harness human brain waves so they can be used to operate computers, television sets and cell phones. The brain waves would be harnessed with Intel-developed sensors implanted in people's brains ..

NPS Field Experimentation Advances Networked Medicine
... The idea, as explained by Bordetsky, is that future soldiers would wear a nano patch that would be attached to their body, or as part of an advanced battlesuit, that would send a soldier’s vital signals and administer medicine if he or she were injured in battle. A medic or an unmanned vehicle would get close enough to the soldier to establish a network link that would send the data to a Tactical Operations Center (TOC) where it could then be sent to any location in the world. Doctors monitoring the patient’s vitals live can make medical decision and take action by controlling the nano patch remotely. ...

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