Category Archives: Quotidian

As in, banal. Like …

So, today I was sitting on the can and I had the most amazing thought! If all of India starting using toilet paper, the effects would be non negligible. Can you imagine how many trees you’d have to cut down every year to make toilet paper for a billion people? Haha, that’s an example.

This study means that remote sensing (up to 100 feet) of emotional and physiological indicators, including through walls, was possible by 1992

Microwave sensing of physiological movement and volume change: A review, written by JC Lin and published in Bioelectromagnetics in 1992. The article presents evidence of several remote sensing approaches which consist of a microwave generator, a sampling device, a transmitting-receiving … Continue reading

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Neurotechnology mainstreaming in highschool science, in order to capitalize on opportunities and be sufficiently informed to mitigate risks (1st review draft notes – conceptual)

Reviewing the Ontario grades 9-12 science curriculum, the following would be fairly unobtrusive ways to introduce many aspects of neurotechnologies into the curriculum: Related topics/concepts presently included in grades 9-10 curriculum: – angles of incidence/reflection/refraction: these are related to photonics. … Continue reading

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Roman peace is Roman peace – therefore any peace is Roman peace?

Some people seem to have this idea that if there is such a thing as “Roman peace”, then to speak of “peace” can only possibly refer to “Roman peace”. This could maybe be placed into the same category as “there … Continue reading

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Reminiscences of blackmail efforts #12389B

If you don’t want what I tell you to want, when I tell you to want it, this is proof of an incriminating aspect. For example, reading out your every key stroke or mouse click – if you mind that, … Continue reading

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Satellite imaging used for bird census

Satellite imaging was used to take census of birds on remote islands, for first time. This was made possible due to easing up on restrictions which previously disallowed commercial satellite owners to from selling images with more than 50cm resolution … Continue reading

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Man-in-the-middle attack for Zersetzung-style political suppression, eugenics or other purposes, by combinations of psychometric profiling and suggestively introduced (sonic or electromagnetic) directions. Illustration of risk.

  Together with the graphic entry on ‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification. A.k.a., computer-programmable statements of thought reform … … and the example of a specific operationalization of this concept in ‘would do’ and ‘would say’ modification: Encounter severely (non-fatal) … Continue reading

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If things can be made unpleasant enough here, foreign powers are less likely to lose talent

If Russia and China (for example) were planning some draconian tyrannical thing (regardless of whatever else might be planned overseas), in order to prevent loss of much top talent to the West, it would be necessary to make it sufficiently … Continue reading

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‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification: Encounter severely (non-fatal) injured person having fallen down icy stairs

This follows from the graph in ‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification. A.k.a., computer-programmable statements of thought reform, and is intended to be a specific example of how the covert and/or involuntary thought reform process might be enacted. It relates … Continue reading

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Theory: jotting down some words is fundamentally different from invasive neural monitoring for oppressive and dominance purposes

Theory: jotting down a few notes about an observation is essentially not similar to obtaining measures of neural recordings for oppressive and dominance purposes. They DO in fact both involve some recording or transcription process. For which reason it is … Continue reading

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‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification. A.k.a., computer-programmable statements of thought reform

This is included as an in-principle demonstration/explanation related to the use of psychological, behavioural or ideological profiling in thought reform processes. For example, some foreign power could hoover up lots of data on a population, mine responses to things for … Continue reading

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