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Hackers who commandeer your computer are bad enough. Now scientists worry that someday, they’ll try to take over your brain.
In the past year, researchers have developed technology that makes it possible to use thoughts to operate a computer, maneuver a wheelchair or even use Twitter — all without lifting a finger. But as neural devices become more complicated — and go wireless — some scientists say the risks of “brain hacking” should be taken seriously.
Directly below I list United States Patents of technology utilized to clandestinely control human behavior and thought from a remote location. (Made possible through GPS, Global Positioning type tracking of humans, each person having a distinct electromagnetic emission that is trackable via EMF technology - those distinct emissions we release via the thought process are then decoded to listen to stream of consciousness). [The new FISA bill illegally permits the use of "electronic, mechanical, or OTHER", types of surveillance tools to collect "information" for a 45 day period if one communicates with someone outside the nation - all without a warrant - the "OTHER" meaning possibly listening to our stream of consciousness FROM INSIDE OUR SKULLS including as to husband and wife, business proprietary, etc. Who voted for it, who did not? An initial attempt to legalize the direct control over the human brain. Note: Congress may pass no law which negates the requirements set forth in the supreme law of the land, the US Constitution, without two thirds vote specifically amending that highest law.
"It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a nearby computer monitor or TV set. For the latter, the image pulsing may be imbedded in the program material, or it may be overlaid by modulating a video stream, either as an RF signal or as a video signal."
-- US Patent and Trade Office, Patent #6,506,148, 2/14/03