Skip to comments.Future wars may be waged with mind-controlled weaponry, Royal Society warns
Posted on 07/24/2012 7:25:11 AM PDT by Tigen
Neuroscience has ramifications for future warfare, and the scientific community must be more aware. So says a report published today by the Royal Society titled Neuroscience, conflict and security, which cites interest in neuroscience from the military community, and identifies particular technologies that may arise. ~snip~Military interest~snip~As well as neuroscience's massive potential for benign medical applications, the Royal Society is seeking to raise awareness among the scientific community of "hostile" applications.~snip"scope for significant future trends and threats posed by the applications of neuroscience." VIDEO
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There seems to be real concern that James Holmes was a neuroscience student who got set up and was somehow programmed to go on a rampage. Personally, I'm not buying it. I think this stuff is still science fiction.
Oops. I THOUGHT I was aiming in the other direction.
The Design of Influence: How Images and Words Sway Minds
These videos on youtube are chilling whatch and listen to as many as you can and then put thought to what has happened in Colorado
I think there are a few posters here confusing mind control with mind controlled.
LOL!!! How many will get that?
I have seen some research on controlling a motorized wheelchair by way of an EEG cap. It works remarkably well.
Someone’s been playing a little too much RED ALERT (Yuri’s Revenge).
read and listen to their warnings concerning this.
It might be you cant read or hear?
In 1982’s Firefox, Clint Eastwood thinks and talks in Russian, between Vietnam flashbacks. Too bad Dirty Harry wasn’t at the Aurora Theatre.
Like Reggie Jackson in "The Naked Gun"?
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