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Originally posted by Manunnaki
reply to post by MentorsRiddle
Did you ever play with that darth vader mask as a kid that as you spke through it it synthesised your voice to make it sound like vaders?
DId you ever watch that video where someone is standing by a advertisement and it constantly repeats a sound although the picture sdtays the same. Making it seem liek the voices for the poster are coming from nowhere?
Do you know anything about the cold war? Do you know anything about what the russians were doing during this time? They had a step up on us in psychotronics brain technologies. Do you watch documentaries?
Are you capable of understanding more then what 1 person tells you or take what that 1 person tells you and cause and effect point its influences in many other different topics?
If your not capable then your lost cause. No point in me bumping this thread anymore really. I'm tired of arguing or trying to enhance inbred genetics.
How are we inbred genetics? We all came from 1 spot in africa? Is that what most people believe? We had to have sex qwith eachother to multiply. INCEST.
Originally posted by Xertious
Its an urban myth based on directed sound waves. The brain wave doesn't have a frequency, nor is the way that we could make something target a specific area of the brain without effecting other parts. Also, such a concept wouldn't be strictly worded thoughts, it will be things like feelings. I think with some level of EMF at a specific accurate location of a persons head, you could probably manipulate specific feelings.
If you have sensitive sensors you can pick up brain wave patterns (not remotely). With things like these people have managed to assemble basic images, or detect whether somebody thinks they're lieing or not.
Radio waves, was a subject of research many years ago, even if 'the government' covered anything up, somebody else somewhere would of come up with something by now. You can't tune a radio to a frequency of your brain. Sorry.
Urban myth, my *
The skeleton can be used as a transducer to carry an audio signal on a microwave carrier.
If the microwave was relaying sound from a radio station, you would hear whatever it was playing at the time.