Who would have predicted that researchers who spend their days teasing apart the complexities of the human brain would be indebted to pond scum? In some ways, that day has come: Thanks to light-sensitive proteins from green algae and other microorganisms, neuroscientists can now activate and record brain cells with unprecedented precision.
The algae’s gift to neuroscience is a protein called channelrhodopsin. In response to visible light, the protein opens a channel in the algae’s cell membrane that allows positively charged ions to surge in. This ion influx sets up a chain of events that prompts the algae to swim toward the light—the best place for photosynthesis. But psychiatrist-turned-neuroscientist-turned-bioengineer Karl Deisseroth and colleagues at Stanford University have found another use for channelrhodopsin. In neurons, an ion influx triggers impulse firing. By putting a modified version of channelrhodopsin into mouse neurons, the researchers can now activate these cells as easily as flipping a light switch.
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In Let's Talk MONTAUK, Joyce Murphy shows that experiments on the 410-420 MHz cycle have been done which could affect the "window frequency to the human consciousness" as a whole:
"He (Preston Nichols) used his..radio equipment to learn that whenever a 410-420 MHz signal appeared on the air, the psychic's minds would be "jammed." Tracing the signal to Montauk Point and the red and white radar antenna on the Air Force Base.."
"In the last ten years physicists have been extraordinarily noisy about the immense powers, largely through their efforts, but through other efforts as well, that have come into the possession of man, powers notably and strikingly for very large scale and dreadful destruction.
We have spoken of our responsibilities and our obligations to society in terms that sound very provincial, because the psychologist can hardly do anything without realizing that for him the acquisition of knowledge opens up the most terrifying prospects of controlling what people do and how they feel.
This is true for all of you who are engaged in practice, and as the corpus of psychology gains in certitude and subtlety and skill.
I can see that the physicists pleas that what he discovers be used with humanity and be used wisely will seem trivial compared to those pleas which you will have to make and for which you will be responsible."