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DARPA: Brain Machine Interfaces

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posted on Jun, 20 2003 @ 06:46 PM
It would seem that MK-Ultra is now operationally deployed....

Program Manager: Dr. Alan Rudolph

The Brain Machine Interfaces Program represents a major DSO thrust area that will comprise a multidisciplinary, multipronged approach with far reaching impact. The program will create new technologies for augmenting human performance through the ability to noninvasively access codes in the brain in real time and integrate them into peripheral device or system operations. Focus will be on the following areas:

1. Extraction of neural and force dynamic codes related to patterns of motor or sensory activity required for executing simple to complex motor or sensory activity (e.g., reaching, grasping, manipulating, running, walking, kicking, digging, hearing, seeing, tactile). Accessing sensory activity directly could result in the ability to monitor or transmit communications by the brain (visual, auditory, or other). This will require the exploitation of new interfaces and algorithms for providing useful nonlinear transformation, pattern extraction techniques, and the ability to test these in appropriate models or systems.

2. Determination of necessary force and sensory feedback (positional, postural, visual, acoustic, or other) from a peripheral device or interface that will provide critical inputs required for closed loop control of a working device (robotic appendage or other peripheral control device or system). Such feedback could be received from peripheral systems or sent directly into appropriate brain regions.

posted on Jun, 20 2003 @ 07:39 PM
"Within the commercial setting, we have pursued the possibility that control of experience, from depression to memory, may be simulated by transcerebral application of complex magnetic field patterns associated with activity of either endogenous or exogenous ligands at the synapses."

posted on Jun, 20 2003 @ 07:43 PM
And guess what? The frequency range needed for this technology is slam right in middle of HAARPs frequency regime.... It is perfectly possible for HAARP to be used in this context on a VAST scale over wide geographic areas, against large populations....

And know what? You'll probably never know it was used on you...

posted on Jun, 20 2003 @ 07:45 PM
Incidentally Alan Rudolph is also a project manager for:

"Biomolecular motors are nature's nanomachines that convert chemical energy into mechanical work with performance and scale unparalleled by any manmade motors or machines. The principle goal of this program is to develop an understanding of the fundamental operating principles of biomolecular motors and exploit this knowledge to harvest, modify, and integrate these macromolecular assemblies into useful devices from the nano to macro scale."

I can tell all of you that this is very scary stuff, especially having seen working models of this technology. This IS real, it IS functional, and it is NO LONGER science fiction.

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