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A device for modifying the behavior of fish, causing them to swim along a desired path, projects sequences of sound into the water, resulting in sound wave patterns which direct the fish along the desired path.
With respect to the field of meteorology, there have been attempts in the past to modify atmospheric fogs using intense acoustic energy. These efforts enjoyed only mixed success and were abandoned. However, the theory of acoustic agglomeration suggests that clouds with higher liquid water contents and greater number concentrations than fogs may be more sensitive to acoustic waves and may undergo significant changes in their spectra when acoustic energy is propagated through them.
From 1960 to 1965, the American Embassy in Moscow was targeted by a mixture of electromagnetic waves and microwaves causing a wide range of physical and mental illness among personnel serving there, which culminated in the eventual death of the US Ambassador.
In April 1976, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger sent the following telegram to the US Embassy in Moscow: "Beginning in 1960, the Soviet Union directed high frequency beams of radiation at the US Embassy in Moscow which were calculated not to pick up intelligence, but cause physiological effects on personnel. It has been verified that the effects are not temporary. Definitely tied to such electromagnetic waves are: (A) Cataracts, (B) Heart attacks, (C) Malignancies, (D) Circulatory problems, and (E) Permanent deterioration of the nervous system. In most cases, the after-effects do not become evident until long after exposure – a decade or more."
Trying to play catch-up, the US Army and Navy embarked on intensive research programs encompassing aspects of electromagnetics, microwaves, radio transmissions, and so on. Most of these programs were highly classified. Some sections which had not been initially classified were reclassified in the late 1970s. Laws were introduced to curtail any inquiries made by the public. University authorities were banned from questioning the members of their own academic fraternity engaged in such programs. Educational values and ethics became irrelevant. The results of some of the experimental programs were shocking.
A 1976 US State Department report suggested it was possible to induce a heart attack in a person from a distance with radar.
Major Edward Dames said in April 1995 on NBC's The Other Side program: "The US government has an electronic device which could implant thoughts in people." Dames would not comment any further.
I believe that our behaviour is being deliberately modified and that our apathy is by design and I believe that we, spiritually designed, can overcome even this.
“You think of morality as being a really high-level behavior,” she says. “To be able to apply (a magnetic field) to a specific brain region and change people’s moral judgments is really astonishing.”