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Originally posted by mrwupy
I ran across this while watching a flick, found here:
That's Impossible: Mind Control.
This is a scary tech to find out about. but on a brighter note, if I ever hear voices I'll simply know I finally got their attention.
Originally posted by Nola213
Thanks for the link. What a crazy show, I never even heard of this show before and I watch this station often.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
This invention relates to the modulating of signals on carriers, which are transmitted and the signals intelligibly recovered, and more particularly, to the modulation of speech on a carrier and the intelligible recover of the speech by means of the Radio Frequency Hearing Effect.
The Radio Frequency ("RF") Hearing Effect was first noticed during World War II as a subjective "click" produced by a pulsed radar signal when the transmitted power is above a "threshold" level. Below the threshold level, the click cannot be heard.
The discovery of the Radio Frequency Hearing Effect suggested that a pulsed RF carrier could be encoded with an amplitude modulated ("AM") envelope. In one approach to pulsed carrier modulation, it was assumed that the "click" of the pulsed carrier was similar to a data sample and could be used to synthesize both simple and complex tones such as speech.
Originally posted by VitriolAndAngst
But yes, now someone can make you, and only you, HEAR things.
Originally posted by mrwupy
Could this help the deaf? Turning their skulls into receivers might actually overcome the deafness. Just a thought.
But then again, imagine someone was deaf all their life and suddenly started to hear the voices. Talk about a freak out.
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
reply to post by SassyCat
I think the video just shows what can be beamed into your head not what is beamed into your head...... get it?
Though it may be nothing, Mark Chapman, the man who allegedly shot and killed John Lennon, was another big fan of Catcher in the Rye. Is it possible that a particular phrase in the book was meant to enduce a pre-conditioned hypnotic response in the chosen assassin and that since it worked for Chapman, the CIA figured they'd try again with Hinckley? John Lennon was a not a big fan of the government and the government wasn't a very big fan of his apparently, due to his influence in the anti-war movement during the Viet-Nam war. CIA agent Jose Perdomo appears to have been conveniently present during Lennon's assassination to ask Mark David Chapman "Do you know what you just did?", possibly to elicit a pre-conditioned response from Chapman which was "I just shot Lennon!"