Monthly Archives: May 2016

How to avoid the forced subvocalizations

Take a breath in a way that interrupts the rhythm that is being established. Squeeze your mind a bit (you’ll probably close your eyes a bit at the same time) to get you off of the entrained oscillatory patterns (this … Continue reading

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What could come of promoting a belief that China was miles ahead in remote neural monitoring technologies?

What could come of promoting a belief that China was miles ahead in remote neural monitoring technologies? Especially if proposed on the basis that their advantage came from having a large population that had given them a larger basis of … Continue reading

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One reason to think it’s at least mostly rogue in China and not the government (which is not to say that no government agencies are using such technologies against civilians)

I arrived in Beijing. The government presumably knows all the basic info on who I work for, etc. And if it highly prioritized knowing my movements in principle could have known that I was going to be catching a train … Continue reading

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So … what’s with the group thinky subvocalizations?

May 31, 10:27pm It never crossed my mind before but … Maybe we’re both being fed the same lines at the same time? Like, I think I pointed it out quite a lot of times that THEY were under influence, … Continue reading

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Why would he/she/it want me to talk about Taiwan and Hong Kong?

I know the name of THAT game there is to get me to say something negative about it, and then to claim that as an excuse for attacking me as a threat to China, and at the same time promoting … Continue reading

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That was too fast. An computer-assisted synthetic telepathy is clearly diffusing hateful attitudes

Searching Google scholar on “eating” and “evoked potentials.” One study mentions “Inuit.” I’ve long known that negative perceptions about minorities are often being directed into my mind, but now I’m realizing that that was way too fast for such a … Continue reading

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A particularly worrisome potential application of neuroweapons

Let’s say there’s a very sick man hooked up to a brain-computer interface which is being used for synthetic telepathy. There is awareness that there’s another synthetic telepathy operator, and that the target believes that signal is coming from some … Continue reading

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Mimicking subvocalizations and entraining ability to drive subvocalizations. Disinformation versus reality.

How much of it is classic Pavlovian and entrained triggered copying? For example, in repeating/following words via subvocalizations, i was thinking it was somewhat along the lines of Was that disinformation? Is it all via rather more remotely influenced neural … Continue reading

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So, the Nazi-programmed AI is looking for the “truth” of human nature. What are the available options for what it might find?

So, a Nazi-trained and programmed machine learning neural monitoring covert program was established to feed stuff into people, and then take what it found as the conclusion about what people are really like. Shout it from the rooftops! Our natures … Continue reading

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What happens if you believe something is “programmed into you”

If something is “programmed into you”, that’s really impossible-ifying language. Is free will real? Yes, is the only correct conclusion, no matter what any science ever says, for any people who wish to remain free in any sense of the … Continue reading

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