I am still searching for an answer despite the pain and torture. I imagine if I ever do find it I will be too sick to do anything about it anyway.
It is clear from even a cursory search of the internet that:
- One will not find much classified top secret information explaining what is being done to targeted individuals, the technology used to remotely read and influence the human ‘mind’ nor much about how one can protect oneself from this evil misuse of technology and
- As much as I desire to be able to figure out and understand what is being done by inferring from available technology information on the internet, I am beginning to feel that I am not possibly smart enough to figure it out.
Clearly we are dealing with technology designed and created by some brilliant people. I do hope most of them did not desire for this technology to be used as it is being used, but, so what. It is.
Sadly, it is clear we are entering the age where an one person can not learn everything required to remain safe, autonomous and survive the evil application of technology.
Expert systems and Artificial intelligence will determine how, if, and in what form, the human animal will continue on as.
The more I read abut nanotechnology, genetics, remote sensing, control, neurology, biology, chemistry, and the rest of it the more I see that humanity is lost.
enslaved and most of us do not even realize it.
Those of us that do are being made infective and slowly murdered.
anyway, here is a bit of light reading to scan over and get some clues as to what is possible and how it might work.
My brain is being zapped and my health is failing and my migraine is caused by the ringing in my head caused by the evil people who decided to use this technology on me and others around the world.
I wish I could write more but I must lie down.
Thank you for looking at this.
- Wireless Integrated Microsystems (WIMS):Coming Revolution in the Gathering of Information http://www.nsti.org/publications/Nanotech/2006/pdf/1510.pdf
- Imaging electrical activity of neuron with metamaterial nano sensors http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1308/1308.6636.pdf
- Remote switching of cellular activity and cell signaling using light in conjunction with quantum dots http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3296533/
(QDs are semiconductor nanoparticles with a 3-D confinement. This results in discrete energy levels and spectrally sharp emission when they are excited, and high quantum efficiency which leads to high sensitivity and absorption. Their surface chemistry can be modified for selective attachment to biological particles such as antibodies or peptides that recognize particular proteins. They can be injected to biological systems suitable for in vivo applications. In addition, QDs’ physical size is comparable to the thickness of the cell membrane, which is about 3-4 nm, and the size of typical proteins. The creation of an electric dipole moment from optically excited QDs and its associated electric field can perturb the cell membrane potential by changing the voltage immediately outside the cell. Cell stimulation will occur if the perturbation is strong enough to modulate a substantial complement of ion channels. QDs can be activated and deactivated by turning on and off the excitation light, and their surface chemistry can be modified to selectively bind them to specific biological particles to control spatio-temporal resolution in this photostimulation technique.Ion channels in the cell membrane control ion flux and can be turned on and off by changes in the membrane potential. These voltage-gated ion channels will open and permit ions such as Na+, K+ or Cl– to enter or leave the cell given sufficient membrane depolarization)
Wireless communication with implanted medical devices using the conductive properties of the body the conductive properties of the body can be used to enable wireless communication with implanted devices. In this article, several methods of intrabody communication are described and compared. In addition to reducing the complications that occur with current implantable medical devices, intrabody communication can enable novel types of miniature devices for research and clinical applications.
Powering up nanoparticles: versatile carbon materials for engineering and medicine Given carbon’s unique properties and versatility,1–4 carbon nanomaterials are being used in an increasing number of engineering and medical applications. For example, when carbon nanoparticles are dispersed in matrix materials like epoxy, polyurethane, rubber, cement, or ice, they confer unique electrical and magnetic properties, unlocking a number of new and exciting applications. When such materials are placed under strain, changes in electrical resistance (piezoresistive) and magnetic properties (piezomagnetic) emerge. In an electrolyte, the materials can expand due to an applied voltage.