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Originally posted by johnlear
Originally posted by woodsey
Any help or thoughts are appreciated.
The technology to tap into your brain and see what your eyeballs are seeing and put that on a computer screen has been around for at least 20 years that I know of.
That they can do that with a satellite is probably a development in the last ten or fifteen years.
It would be my opinion that this letter is real and that whoever wrote it is trying to make someone aware.
Of course I could be wrong.
Three research groups supported by DARPA recently demonstrated that when a monkey is trained to do a peripheral motor task, such as reaching for a piece of fruit, the executive command activity associated with that behavior can be intercepted and then used to control artificial devices that execute the same movements. In a closed loop, the monkey can learn to drive a peripheral device—or a cursor on a screen— using only its brain's executive motor commands.
Dr. Eric Eisenstadt
Defense Sciences Office (DSO)
Brain Machine Interface
Originally posted by ADVISOR
Look into the DARPA programs useing your favorte search engine with .mil at the end. You will find good stuff.