Toffler Associates published a report looking forward, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION, 2025 held in 2008, experts in various fields, gathered as panelists from National Intelligence, DARPA, Google, Microsoft, Universities, and a myriad of other disciplines who were asked to give their opinions on these emerging science and technologies.
Here is an excerpt:
'WILD CARD" Technologies -
"(3) the ability to leverage neuroscience and neurotechnology to directly affect the cognitive functions of human being from outside the bodies."
The potential of such "wild card" science and technology developments, and others, could change society in myriad ways that even the most forward thinking analysts are only now becoming able to understand"
Here are some quotes from participants in reference to 'WILD CARD TECHNOLOGIES'
"I can design peptides to disrupt cognition. I can put it in water or food."
"You can use neuroscience as a weapon. You can disrupt someone's behavior without killing them. You can make everyone stupid."
"You can do memory hacking."
"You can put codes in the brain. They are working on this in rats."
"You could also make people dumber, and they'd be more apt to be suicide bombers"
"One of the fastest moving sciences is neurotechnology - understanding how the brain works and connections to the brain - the mechanical or drug interface with the brain, manipulation of the brain, etc - could be electrical manipulation devices."
At the end of this report it states -
"US Government officials held a separate Conference on 2025 technology Implications on June 18, 2008. Technical Experts from across the government assessed the potential impacts of the technology advances described in this report. Their conclusions and judgments are classified."
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- THIS JUST CAME OUT IN THE SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS -
These SCIENTISTS KNEW EXACTLY what they were doing, and there was NO SURPRISE - because they GAVE THEMSELVES AWAY - by stating they were conducting a RANDOM Study on COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS - these LIARS know about Optogenetics and Green Algae
"The researchers, whose paper appeared Oct. 27 in
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, found DNA resembling
that of an algae-native chlorovirus while taking throat swabs from
healthy subjects during a study on cognitive functioning. "
More information needs to be obtained about the - Forty of 92 participants, who volunteered for this Cognitive Functioning Study:
Where are these Subjects from? What state was this experiment conducted in? What are the demographics, i.e. what are their socio-economics, ethnicity of predominance, geographical cluster locations from within the city and state the Study was conducted?
This will provide a clear indication of WHOM is being INFECTED for Cognitive Control. Now, if it turns out it is RANDOM with no clear, distinctions, i.e. socio-economics, ethnicity of predominance, clustered geographical regions - Then, it becomes the representation of approximately (43%) of the population of the region i.e. city or state the study was conducted in who are in essence, having their "cognitive, optical/visual, and motor skills diminished" on PURPOSE/Premeditated - so to speak.
The FINAL QUESTION: HOW ARE THEY DISTRIBUTING IT INTO THE GENERAL POPULATION?
The DNA of a virus once thought confined to the cells of algae may in fact invade the biological kingdom of mice and men, according to a new study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.The researchers, whose paper appeared Oct. 27 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, found DNA resembling that of an algae-native chlorovirus while taking throat swabs from healthy subjects during a study on cognitive functioning.
The discovery represents the first documented case of chlorovirus gene sequences in the human throat cavity, the researchers reported.
"Chloroviruses are worldwide," said senior author James Van Etten, William Allington Distinguished Professor of Plant Pathology and a co-director of the Nebraska Center for Virology at UNL, who helped discover their existence in green algae more than 30 years ago. "They're very common among inland bodies of fresh water such as lakes and ponds.
"But I don't know of many examples of viruses jumping from one kingdom to another. If this turns out to be true, this is quite rare and a total surprise."
- Scientists have discovered that some healthy people carry in their throats a green algae virus previously thought to be non-infectious to humans.
- The virus may cause subtle cognitive changes in some.
- The study highlights the potential of otherwise innocuous organisms to affect physiologic functions without causing outright disease.
Yolken and colleagues stumbled upon the algae virus unexpectedly while analyzing the microbial population of the throats of healthy humans for a non-related study. Investigators obtained throat swabs and performed DNA analysis designed to detect the genetic footprints of viruses and bacteria. To their surprise, the researchers say, they discovered DNA matching that of Acanthocystis turfacea Chlorella virus 1, or ATCV-1, known to infect green algae. Green algae include more than 7,000 water-dwelling organisms that resemble plants but belong to a separate biologic kingdom. They are commonly found in aquatic environments like ponds, lakes and the ocean.
Forty of 92 participants in the study tested positive for the algae virus. The group that harbored the virus performed worse overall on a set of tasks to measure the speed and accuracy of visual processing. While their performance was not drastically poorer, it was measurably lower, the researchers say. For example, people who harbored the virus scored, on average, nearly nine points lower on a test that measured how quickly they could draw a line between sequentially numbered circles on a piece of paper. Viral carriers also scored seven points lower, on average, on tests measuring attention.
... Infected animals had worse recognition memory and spatial orientation than uninfected mice. For example, they had a harder time finding their way around a maze, failing to recognize a new entry that was previously inaccessible. In addition, infected animals were less likely to pay attention to a new object, spending nearly 30 percent less time exploring it than uninfected mice, a finding that suggest shorter attention span and greater distractibility
ILLEGAL HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION - ON RANDOM PEOPLE, WHO MAY NOT KNOW THEY ARE TARGETED - THE ONLY WAY FOR HUMANS TO CARRY An ALGAE PLANT VIRUS LIKE ABOVE ARTICLE - IS BECAUSE THEY WERE EXPOSED OR INJECTED WITHOUT THEIR KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT -
... Snippets of regulatory DNA, called promoter regions, largely determine how much or how little of a protein gets made from a given gene and account for why different cells express different proteins. In this case, researchers injected a virus with the green algae gene described earlier into the lateral hypothalamus, but a promoter region was attached to it such that only hypocretin producing neurons expressed the gene. So when the researchers placed a fiber optic cable into the area and pumped in blue light, only the hypocretin cells were activated, leaving the other cell types living adjacent to them unaffected.
(There are Five residential apartment locations that flash the following colors out their windows, three are across the street S. Catalina, and two James E Woods - Many times the Apartments off S. Catalina, will have their Windows Wide Open - which means any Passing Vehicles will also be subjected to the Light Color Changes -
The following Images of Orange/Red, Blue, White flash from these Apartments - all facing either into the back parking area, or the driveway going in/out from S. Catalina. They appears to be utilized to TRIGGER/s)
Based on the Government Documents and High Level Think Tank Analysis - in each case it is known what the potential dangers and impacts are.
On the Need for neurotechnology in the national intelligence and defense agenda: Scope and trajectory
Chris Forsythe, PhD, James Giordano, PhD
In this light, we have identified four interactive areas of neuroscience that could affect and be important for national security; these are:
1. Nano-neuroscience: Nano-substances and devices may be engineered to alter neural networks, induce changes in properties of the nervous system from periphery to brain, and affect sensitivity to internal and/or external stimuli. Nano-neurotechnologies could therefore be used to modify cognitive, emotional and/or behavioral functions, and in this way affect mental and motor capacity, alter mood or cause near- and long-term disability. Such capability might be used to modify the function of national intelligence and security personnel,
and/or could be employed in a) combat (both to enhance performance of troops, as well as impair function of enemy warfighters)
and/or b) by our enemies as a form of biological-technological terrorism and a means of mass subjugation.
The last sentence is CRITICAL because the DoD/DNI/NSA, et al already KNOW how dangerous the advent of Neurotechnologies are. If, THEY assume that the Perceived Adversaries/Enemies i.e. North Korea China, Middle East, et al governments are developing them -
Then, the DoD will be conducting MASS HUMAN SUBJECT Experiments, on WHOLE GROUPS or COMMUNITIES OF PEOPLE - to see how it works and what they can do -
I, as a solo target am a done deal from head to toe, but the Masses i.e. Whole Groups of People, Whole Community's, Whole Geographical Regions - would be considered MASS, and the Question for them would then be: Can they ALL be SUBJUGATED?
SO - HOW IS IT SPREAD THEORY -
Now, you may ask, but how does it get into the Brain? The vast majority of Annual Flu Vaccines are now in the form of FluMist, or Nasal Spray Vaccine, whereby you Inhale it through your Nose. This... then, goes into the brain or has the capability of bypassing the Blood/Brain Barrier
The future of brain-machine interfaces may be less, umm, visible if cutting-edge research by scientists at the University of California Berkeley proves viable.... One of the biggest challenges for brain-machine interfaces (BMI) is how to create one you could use indefinitely (like for a lifetime). Even in The Matrix, connecting to the cloud seems awfully inconvenient: sit back in a chair, stab yourself in the skull. Existing real-world BMI systems are clumsier still. As KurzweilAI notes: “Current BMI systems are also limited to several hundred implantable recording sites, they generate tissue responses around the implanted electrodes that degrade recording performance over time, and are limited to months to a few years.”
What if, instead, we built entire armies of tiny dust-sized sensor nodes that could be implanted in the brain (though not autonomously — this isn’t colonize-your-brain-stem time yet) to facilitate communication of whatever sort, in this case keeping high-res tabs on neural signals and relaying data back to aggregation devices via ultrasound?
Here’s how it might work: First you pop through the skull and the brain’s dura (the membrane surrounding the brain), dipping into the brain’s neural sea itself, roughly two millimeters down, where you position thousands of low-powered CMOS chips (the “neural dust,” each as tiny as millionths of a meter) to begin capturing neural signals using electrodes and piezoelectric sensors, which convert the data to ultrasonic signals. Those signals are then picked up by a sub-dural transceiver (sitting just above the “dust” chips and simultaneously powering them ultrasonically), which relays the data to an external transceiver resting just outside the skull (ASIC, memory, battery, long-range transmitter), which in turn communicates wirelessly with whatever computing device.