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originally posted by: ConfusedBrit
In the case of Rendlesham, WHOSE visualised Third Man or 'imaginary friend' would it be? Busty's or Burroughs'? And would such a phenomenon apply 'instantly' to such a situation, compared to, for example, a long mountain trek or a sustained loneliness?
originally posted by: reject
Interesting because it says magnetite may be linked to Alzheimer's.
Some people actually take magnetite supplements for alleged supernatural benefits.
I know Eric Pepin's higher balance markets it's own.
It already is shown to interfere with mri's and now we have this as well.
originally posted by: pigsy2400
Interesting point there, I stated in the op that new agery buy magnetite as they are "healing stones".
The Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3) program will fund research on tech that can transmit high-fidelity signals between the brain and some external machine without requiring that the user be cut open for rewiring or implantation. The program was announced in March, and Emondi is currently picking researchers who will be funded under the program. He tells IEEE Spectrum to expect an announcement in early 2019.
It hasn’t escaped DARPA’s attention that no-surgery-required brain gear that gives people superpowers may find applications beyond the military. The proof-of-concept tech that comes out of the N3 program may lead to consumer products, says Justin Sanchez, director of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office. “ This will spawn new industries,” he says.
The program has two tracks: One for researchers developing completely noninvasive tech and the other for those working on “minutely invasive” technologies. Both those categories require a little explanation.
"Does a simple but not fully understood magnetic particle in human brains hold the answer or some partial answer to episodes of high strangeness?"
Does a simple but not fully understood magnetic particle in human brains hold the answer or some partial answer to episodes of high strangeness?"
originally posted by: AlanHenderson
From an "experiencer" point of view, people are very reluctant to talk about what they experience. ATS'ers know full well the ridicule. Plus we have western medical science treating it as an illness.
Earlier I mentioned chatterbox green fairies in conjunction with manipulating awareness, out of body, sensing presences and brain waves.
You mix psychotronics w/ green fairies and while I find it an interesting & cool thought I'm more curious as to what brand of absinthe you are drinking?
I actually think paranoia was fused and weaponized with a manufactured viral meme to hide some of the real experimentation by encouraging unbalanced folk to catch the "targeted-individual meme-o-virus" so as to make it all look crazy.
originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
originally posted by: dfnj2015
a reply to: pigsy2400
I wonder what would happened if you ran this thing over your head several times:
Extremely Large Heavy Magnet 100 pound pulling strength
I wonder if it would eff up your thinking. I would never do it. It would probably kill you.
Ever had an mri? Or you could try what I have, a 14 tesla (140,000 Gauss) adiabatic reactor. It will erase credit cards at more than 6 feet away lol. It erased all of my credit cards a few times, but hasn't hurt me at all. At least that's what the voices in my head tell me when I can hear past the neurological tinnitus lol.
Cheers - Dave