Saturday, October 29, 2011

Derren Brown The Experiments E01 P1

Derren Brown returns with The Experiments - a brand new four-part series.

Each stand-alone episode asks and answers a single question, featuring the inventive and jaw-dropping Derren Brown mixture of stunts, suggestions and thought-provoking entertainment. These elements are combined with tried and tested psychological experiments to illustrate how easily our behaviour can be manipulated.

In The Assassin, the first show in the series, Derren Brown investigates hypnosis and asks if someone could be hypnotised into killing a celebrity. Is this really possible? And which celeb will it be?

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Semi-Expanded Presentation to Attn. of U.S. Presidential Commission on B...

Semi-Expanded Presentation to Attn:-U.S. Presidential Commission on Bioethics

PLEASE NOTE: This video, due to file-size, may take a while to load completely for smooth viewing - When the grey bar along the bottom of the player reaches the far right, the video has loaded.

When I checked the file online, at a connection speed of 48 MBPS (megabytes per second), it took 2.5 hours to load the highest resolution (480 pixels). The 360-pixel resolution (medium size) file loaded immediately. Therefore IT IS PROBABLY MOST TIME-EFFICIENT TO VIEW THE 360-PIXEL RESOLUTION FILE that could still be viewed in Full Screen (that defaults to 480 pixels but can be changed at the beginning to 360 pixels).

To start the file's loading, for this or any other video that I've seen on YouTube, it is necessary to start playing the file for up to the first 15 seconds prior to pausing & returning the circular button to zero seconds (i.e. to where the video will be ready to be played from its starting point once the grey bar has finished loading all the way to the right).

The grey bar's gradual loading to the right is the indicator of the video's loading progress.

IF you would like to view the video at FULL SCREEN, please start the loading process within the full screen viewer - After this process has begun, then you could return to the smaller viewer while waiting for the video to load. (This is due to the default resolution for loading in the smaller screen viewer being smaller than the default resolution for loading in the full screen viewer - Changing resolution after loading has begun causes loading at the new resolution to start from scratch.)

Thank you.


Please join:

SnoEOawc, pronounced 'Snowy Oak', is the acronym for Stop Non-Consensual Experiments on All World Citizens.

The purpose is to raise awareness of non-consensual human experimentation in a positive & peaceful way.

Together we can reclaim a healthful environment, for ourselves and our children. (The SnoEOawc motto.)


The guest speakers in order of appearance in this video (from 3 minutes & 28 seconds) are:

- Dr. Anthony Ananga (Research Associate, Food Biotechnology & Molecular Genetics, University of Alabama, Huntsville at the time of this presentation - Dr. Ananga is now (as of this 9/2011 note) a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the same fields at Florida A&M (Agricultural & Mechanical) University)

- Dr. Robert Duncan, author of "Project: Soul Catcher: Secrets of Cyber and Cybernetic Warfare Revealed"

- Dr. Reuben Warren, Director of Tuskegee University's Bioethics Center

- Dr. John Hall, author of "A New Breed: Satellite Terrorism in America"

- Mr. Derrick Robinson, President of Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance

- Dr. Charles McInteer, recipient of the U.S. Physician of the Year award during the George W. Bush administration

- Mr. Jonathan Cartee, attorney specializing in international human rights

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Pt 4 ~ Dr. John Hall, Dr. Robert Duncan & Zeph Daniel on Stalking

How To Recognize And Stop Stalking Behavior:

10 Signs That You Are Being Stalked:

8. Defamation of character or insults.
Stalkers often try to isolate their victims from family and friends. They release character-damaging information, regardless of whether it is true or not, in hopes of ostracizing the victim from those closest to her. When hurtful or damaging information is made public, your first reaction may be to retreat or withdraw from the public eye. This is exactly what the stalker wants. Instead, fight character defamation and public insults vehemently. If there is truth to the information, accept responsibility quickly and tell your side of the story. The important thing is to maintain your presence within your normal circles and not isolate yourself from support systems that could help you in the event your stalker moves closer.

9. Violence.
The use of threats or violence to frighten their victims is a common strategy for many stalkers. You car may be vandalized or your home burglarized. While these crimes happen all too often in today's environment, the non-stalking criminal will not contact you after wards. If you receive threats or direct contact from someone who claims to have been responsible for a recent crime, report this immediately to the police. The information you provide may help them piece together physical evidence from the crime and solve your stalking case at the same time.

10. Cumulative unwanted contact of any kind.
Perhaps no particular incident stands out in your mind as being dangerous, however, when you look at the entire picture, what you see alarms you. Do you experience repeated unwanted contact from the same person? If it is someone you know, tell him he is making you uncomfortable. If the situation continues, report him to the police. If it is someone you do not know, go directly to the police. Stalking is often subtle, yet pervasive. In fact, the stalker is counting on you feeling as if his actions are ordinary demonstrations of affection. If you find yourself experiencing any of these situations on a consistent basis, you may be the victim of stalking, and your quick reporting to the police is the most effective tool in putting an end to the stalker's terror.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Do You Believe in Government Mind Control? -- Part 2: Cheryl Welsh

From special assignment news story "Do you believe in government mind control?" by reporter Ross Blackstone which appeared on KOVR 13 News, Sacramento, California, CBS television, on November 17, 2000.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Dr. Persinger's God Helmet

The term God Helmet refers to a controversial experimental apparatus in neurotheology. The apparatus, placed on the head of an experimental subject, stimulates the brain with magnetic fields. Persinger reports that at least 80 percent of his participants experience a presence beside them in the room, which they variously say feels like God or someone they knew who had died.
The leading researcher in this area is Michael Persinger. Persinger uses a modified snowmobile helmet or a head-circlet device nicknamed the Octopus that contain solenoids which create a weak but complex magnetic field over the brain's right-hemisphere parietal and temporal lobes.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Mind Control Video

Mind Control Video


Monday, October 3, 2011

Reconstruction from brain activity

How to make movies of what the brain sees

Remember the movie Brainstorm? Imagine watching someone’s dream, or tapping directly into the mind of a coma patient. University of California, Berkeley scientists claim they have finally achieved this classic futuristic movie “mind reading” trope. Sorta.

They’re using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and computational models to decode and reconstruct people’s dynamic visual experiences.

So far, the technology can only reconstruct movie clips you’ve already viewed. But they claim that the breakthrough paves the way for reproducing the movies inside our heads that no one else sees, such as dreams and memories. “This is a major leap toward reconstructing internal imagery,” said Professor Jack Gallant, a UC Berkeley neuroscientist and coauthor of the study. “We are opening a window into the movies in our minds.”

OK, now I’m getting kinda creeped out over here.

Communicating with comatose patients

But wait, here’s the plus side: eventually, the researchers say, the technology could allow us to see into the minds of people who cannot communicate verbally, such as stroke victims, coma patients, and people with neurodegenerative diseases. It may also lay the groundwork for a brain-machine interface, so people with cerebral palsy or paralysis, for example, can guide computers with their minds.

However, researchers quickly assure us that the technology is decades away from allowing mad scientists to read your thoughts and intentions.

They say.

How it works

Gallant and fellow researchers previously recorded brain activity in the visual cortex while a subject viewed black-and-white photographs. They then built a computational model that enabled them to accurately predict which picture the subject was looking at.

In their latest experiment, they’ve solved the hard problem: actually decoding brain signals generated by moving pictures, the researchers report.

“Our natural visual experience is like watching a movie,” said Shinji Nishimoto, lead author of the study and a post-doctoral researcher in Gallant’s lab. “In order for this technology to have wide applicability, we must understand how the brain processes these dynamic visual experiences.”

Nishimoto and two other research team members served as subjects for the experiment, because the procedure requires volunteers to remain still, inside the MRI scanner, for hours at a time.

They watched two separate sets of Hollywood movie trailers, while fMRI was used to measure blood flow through the visual cortex, the part of the brain that processes visual information.

On the computer, the brain was divided into small, three-dimensional cubes known as volumetric pixels, or voxels. “We built a model for each voxel that describes how shape and motion information in the movie is mapped into brain activity,” Nishimoto said.

Reconstructing brain movies

The brain activity, recorded while subjects viewed the first set of clips, was fed into a computer program that learned, second by second, to associate visual patterns in the movie with the corresponding brain activity. Brain activity evoked by the second set of clips was used to test the movie reconstruction algorithm.

This was done by feeding 18 million seconds of random YouTube videos into the computer program so that it could predict the brain activity that each film clip would most likely evoke in each subject.

Wait, five hours having to watch videos of dogs drinking cola, sneezing pandas, and kids biting fingers? These guys are freaking heroes!

Finally, the 100 clips that the computer program decided were most similar to the clip that the subject had probably seen were merged to produce a blurry yet continuous reconstruction of the original movie.

Reconstructing movies using brain scans has been challenging because the blood flow signals measured using fMRI change much more slowly than the neural signals that encode dynamic information in movies, the researchers said. (Apparently. that’s why most previous attempts to decode brain activity have been limited static images.)

“We addressed this problem by developing a two-stage model that separately describes the underlying neural population and blood flow signals,” Nishimoto said.

Ultimately, Nishimoto said, “We need to know how the brain works in naturalistic conditions. For that, we need to first understand how the brain works while we are watching movies.”

Uh, maybe they should switch to Netflix this time. Hmm … can you eat popcorn in an MRI machine?

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Mind control victims Rally1

Mind control victim rally around the world on Youtube by Ms. Soleilmavis, very interesting and I will take this as an example for MALAYSIAN TI to go on forum and rally.