Category Archives: Web and computing

Predictably Craigslist: Handjob ads allowed, review of neurotech glossary flagged

A listing under “Gigs” entitled “discreet handjobs” remains, but an offer entitled “Seeking doctoral candidates to review neurotechnology glossary, $50” is flagged for removal.

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Image depicting microwave hearing

Here is an image depicting microwave hearing. For a relatively recent article by perhaps the most widely published author on the subject, you could consult Hearing of microwave pulses by humans and animals: effects, mechanism, and thresholds by Lin & … Continue reading

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Proof of power by doing whatever is recommended against, installation #5134

Since psychopathy is defined as a mental illness, and psychopathy is a pathway to power, therefore in order to access power, one must consistently reject all statements and definitions regarding mental illness. Otherwise stated, in order to achieve power, embrace … Continue reading

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Neurowar risks #812321B (for which reason formally orchestrated and openly discussed civilian defense must be part of common sense thinking on such matters)

The programming associated with neuroweapons used towards particular individual and generalized domination objectives includes much use of sticks during periods of introspection other than sanctioned and promoted forms of introspection A major means of avoiding the use of sticks applied … Continue reading

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Duration of time elapsed before first wrong number call on new number

Less than one day. I don’t even know my own number yet. Is it possible to reach the once or more daily frequency prior to the decision not to answer calls unless the number was already in my phone? The … Continue reading

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One risk relating to applications of neurotechnology: Adopt prescribed gestural aspects to inter-personal communication, or (…bad things … )

If a sensing approach indicates that an individual is failing to move in the prescribed manners when speaking, then modulated microwave pulse patterns can be applied to deter or otherwise interrupt focus. And when moving in the prescribed manners, to … Continue reading

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Orchestrated PROMOTION of “would not work with unless can self position as higher” as another angle to economic terrorism (a la shitty laws we have); PROMOTING to fight over pie (conceptually linked more to status perceptions than money in this view) instead of making pie

Some people would not work with some other person unless they can manage to self position as higher. If they can self position as higher, then they will be willing to work with some other person. Unsurprisingly, such people commonly … Continue reading

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Are portable EEG monitors science fiction?

There are those who do not know the answer is yes they are real and no they are not science fiction, and those who know the answer is yes they are real and no they are not science fiction. One … Continue reading

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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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How to bring down a free country

Possible methods to castrating the future leadership potential of a free country: 1) Brainwash everyone into obsessions of dominating others, so that everyone will be so busy trying to dominate people that they will have no time or energy left … Continue reading

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