Sunday, 22 April 2018

The Relentless Invasion of Our Minds

The Relentless Invasion of Our Minds

By Zen Gardner
Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

I can’t pound away enough about this subject, and I hope you are sounding off too. People would find it hard to believe how many types of technologies are being used on human minds today.

We all know we’re “steered” and “walled off” to some degree by influences around us, not the least of which is the media and the onslaught of its corporofascist disinformation and advertising arm.

Deeper influences include so-called modern education and the socially engineered dumbing-down of society for decades. Just look around you for how “well repeated” everything we’re told has become, with the predominance of shallow Hollywood types and the gutless sing-song intonations and political correctness in society’s language.

But there’s a lot more people need to know about electronic mind control and what it’s doing to us and our world.

1. The Sounds of Silence
Here’s one–subliminal programming carried by UHF or Ultra High Frequency signals. Some say this is the reason the government so enthusiastically pushed everyone to digital broadcasting, to implement this, and free-up the analog bandwidth for even more insidious purposes…the coming universally implanted chip.

The Department of Defense calls it Silent Sound Spread Spectrum (SSSS), and it also goes by the name of S-quad or Squad. In the private sector, the technology goes by the name of Silent Subliminal Presentation System and the technology has also been released to certain corporate vendors who have attached catchy brand names like BrainSpeak Silent Subliminals to their own SSSS-based products.

Whatever you call it, SSSS is a technology that uses subliminal programming that is carried over Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) broadcast waves, planting inaudible messages directly into the subconscious human mind.

Perfected more than twenty years ago by the Department of Defense and battlefield-tested upon unwitting Iraqi soldiers serving in the army of Saddam Hussein in the Gulf War during 1991, SSSS is a sinister weapon that may have been been developed for a specific mission: the total subjugation of the American people.

We’re talking nasty here. Would these controllers do such a thing? Are you kidding? Any tool that works is a good tool for these tools. Nature will find a way around it, but it’s something to behold how desperate these control freaks are.

Whether SSSS is coupled with the new all-digital TV signal as its means of delivery into the minds of an unsuspecting U.S. populace or not, it can be deployed by many different devices, including HAARP and GWEN towers, which would effectively blanket the entire nation at once. In fact, Judy Wall says that “there is evidence that the US Government has plans to extend the range of this technology to envelop all peoples, all countries. This can be accomplished, is being accomplished, by utilising the nearly completed HAARP project for overseas areas and the GWEN network now in place in the US. The US Government denies all this.”

But the most insidious aspect of SSSS is that it is completely undetectable by those being targeted. Because it delivers its subliminal programming directly to the human brain via the auditory sense at frequencies that humans are incapable of perceiving as sound, there is no defense against it. Everyone on the planet is equally susceptible to mind control via SSSS and there isn’t any escape from it, as the UHF waves can be transmitted over very long distances from remotely located sources and will pass through walls and other objects as if they are not there. UHF is the frequency (100mhz) that has been used for television and radio broadcasting for as long as these media have existed. SSSS is designed to utilize UHF as a carrier wave.

Even more insidious, though, is the fact that, coupled with the use of supercomputers, an individual’s unique electroencephalographic (EEG) patterns can be digitally altered and then stored for rebroadcast via digital UHF. According to Judy Wall, editor and publisher of Resonance, the newsletter of the Bioelectromagnetics Special Interest Group, these computer-enhanced EEGs “can identify and isolate the brain’s low-amplitude ‘emotion signature clusters,’ synthesize them and store them on another computer. In other words, by studying the subtle characteristic brainwave patterns that occur when a subject experiences a particular emotion, scientists have been able to identify the concomitant brainwave pattern and can now duplicate it.” These modified emotion signature clusters can then be broadcast over UHF carrier frequencies (i.e., regular TV and radio signals) directly into the brain where they can then “silently trigger the same basic emotion in another human being.” In other words, if the emotional signature cluster for, say, a feeling of hopelessness and despair is being fed directly into your brain via unseen radio waves, you will feel those emotions. The implications of this are, quite literally, mind boggling. Source

2. Another Microwave Scream Inside the Skull

The U.S. military bankrolled early development of a non-lethal microwave weapon that creates sound inside your head. But in the end, the gadget may be just as likely to wind up in shopping malls as on battlefields, as report in New Scientist.

The project is known as MEDUSA – a contrived acronym for Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio. And it should not be confused with the Long Range Acoustic Device and similar gadgets which simply project sound. This one uses the so-called “microwave auditory effect”: a beam of microwaves is turned into sound by the interaction with your head. Nobody else can hear it unless they are in the beam as well.

The effect has long been a laboratory curiosity, with no application. But, over the years, the military has been intrigued. The idea (dubbed “the telepathic ray gun”) was mentioned in a 1998 US Army study, which turned up in a recent Freedom of Information Act document dump. Five years later, the Navy decided to put some R&D dollars into the project. Now, as I note on the New Scientist website, Dr. Lev Sadovnik of the Sierra Nevada Corporation has provided more details.

There are health risks, he notes. But the biggest issue from the microwave weapon is not the radiation. It’s the risk of brain damage from the high-intensity shock-wave created by the microwave pulse. Clearly, much more research is needed on this effect at the sort of power levels that Dr. Sadovnik is proposing. But if it does prove hazardous, that does not mean an end to weapons research in this area: a device that delivered a lethal shock-wave inside the target’s skull might make an effective death ray.

Dr. Sadovnik also makes the intriguing suggestion that, instead of being used at high power to create an intolerable noise, it might be used at low power to produce a whisper that was too quiet to perceive consciously but might be able to subconsciously influence someone. The directional beam could be used for targeted messages, such as in-store promotions. Sadovnik even suggests subliminal advertising, beaming information that is not consciously heard (a notion also spotted on the US Army’s voice-to-skull page). While the effectiveness of subliminal persuasion is dubious, I can see there might be some organizations interested in this capability. And if that doesn’t work, you could always point the thing at birds. They seem to be highly sensitive to microwave audio, so it might be used to scare flocks away from wind farms — or shoo pigeons from city streets. Source

3. HAARP and GWEN Tower Manipulation

I watch the weather. Not from conventional sites, but from real reporters who can see what’s going on. Dutchsince reports regularly on what the towers are showing him, and has incredible accuracy in telling us what weather system type is tending to come where.

And what apparently is guiding these formations is HAARP type broadcast technology emanating out of military bases and government installations around the country. After all, they’ve openly stated they want to own the weather by 2025.

What, are we stupid?

4. EMFs Blasting Everywhere

We’re being killed in slow motion. A microwave oven has warnings all over it, and if you use an EMF detector you’ll find it gives off a strong blast even when off, especially around the sides. Cell phonesare now well known to cause cancer and Russia has banned their use amongst youth.

Western world? Fry away. ‘We don’t care, we dare. Precautions are for pussies. Put that gun to your head ol’ boy, you’re a tough codger.’


Pretty serious stuff. There’s lots more to all this, I’m only touching on the surface to get people thinking and aware. I’m no expert on any of this by any means, just aware we’re being screwed for ulterior motives…as usual.

The fundamental point is, these towers you’re seeing going up around you are not only all for cell phones! Some of these are huge metal beams emanating incredibly destructive influences around them.

According to expert Barry Trower, cell towers should not be within a mile and a half of humans – yet they’re deliberately placed on medical buildings, within densely populated housing areas, and on schools and recreation areas.

It’s a living tragedy in slow motion. And no one notices, because no one in responsible positions are responsible to the people, just money, power, position and corporate greed.

Be aware. Campaign against towers near you and your loved ones and expose them. Investigate orgonite and other technologies and disable towers all you can.

We will win, but not by sitting idly by.

Don’t just sit there and fry.



Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Strålingen fra verdensrommet øker

Strålingen fra verdensrommet øker

SUPERNOVA: Stålingen kommer blant annet fra supernovaer som denne. Foto: ESO / AFP

Ronald Toppe

7 timer siden (Oppdatert: 7 timer siden)

Astronomene har aldri tidligere målt sterkere kosmisk stråling. Det kan få store konsekvenser.

Jorden bombarderes hele tiden av partikler fra verdensrommet.

De fleste av dem, er det som blir igjen når elektronene er borte fra et hydrogen eller helium-atom. Partiklene treffer oss med enorm fart, like oppunder lysets hastighet.

Partiklene blåses ut fra nøytronstjerner, supernovaer og sorte hull, og har altså reist langt før de kommer inn mot solsystemet.

Også solen sender ut ladde partikler, «solvind», det er den som gir oss nordlys. Men partiklene fra solen har lavere fart enn de partiklene forskerne nå skremmes av.  Kan være dødelig

For fire år siden slo professor Nathan Schwadron ved University of New Hampshire alarm. Data fra NASAs Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter viste at nivået av kosmisk stråling var høyere enn noen gang i romfartens historie.

Det er Spaceweather som kommer med nyheten.

Kosmisk stråling er farlig. Partiklene er veldig ustabile, og påvirker cellene i kroppen vår. Store strålingsdoser er dødelige, mindre doser kan skade organer, føre til kreft, og endre arvestoffet vårt.

Schwadron og kollegene har beregnet at en mannlig astronaut kunne oppholde seg i rommet i 1000 dager i 1990 før han nådde den anbefalte maksimale strålingsdosen.

I 2014 var perioden redusert til 700 dager.

– Det er en stor endring, sier Schwadron til Spaceweather.

Under ser du Shwadrons illustrasjon av utviklingen.

ANTALL DAGER er romfarer kan være oppe i rommet, avhengig av aluminiumstykkelsen på veggene i romfartøyet, og solsyklusen

Skjermingen svekkes

Kloden vår er skjermet for det meste av den kosmiske strålingen.

Magnetfeltet rundt Solen styrer mye av strålingen bort. Jordens eget magnetfelt skjermer også, og mange av partiklene ødelegges når de treffer atmosfæren vår.

Kollisjonen med molekylene i luften rundt oss gjør at det dannes nye partikler, som så brytes ned til andre partikler, røntgenstråler og lys.

PARTIKLENE brytes ned til nye partikler når de treffer atmosfæren. Illustrasjon: NASA

Astronauter er mest utsatt for kosmisk stråling, men vi får også i oss doser av den når vi flyr.

Årsaken til den økte strålingen er at Solen ikke beskytter oss like godt lenger.

Aktiviteten til Solen går i bølger på elleve år. Når den er på topp, er solskiven full av solflekker. De er utbruddene i dem sammen med magnetfeltet til Solen som tar hånd om partiklene, det er grunnen til at kuvene i figuren over svinger.
Har økt ytterligere

Nå nærmer vi oss minimum i solsyklusen. Solen er helt glatt, og "stillere" enn den har vært på lenge.

SOLEN akkurat nå

Bilde: SDO

– De siste ti årene har solvinden hatt lav tetthet av partikler og magnetfeltet har vært svakt. Resultatet av den bemerkelsesverdige lave solaktiviteten er at den kosmiske strålingen øker, forklarer Schwadron.

Da han og kollegene oppdaget økningen for fire år siden, anslo de at mengden stråling ville øke med 20 prosent i forhold til forrige solsyklus.

Nå må forskerne øke anslaget med ti prosent.

Flere skyer?

Den økte strålingen får størst umiddelbare konsekvenser for romfarten, men også risikoen for flymannskap øker.

Den totale strålingsdosen begrenser hvor mye piloter og kabinpersonell kan jobbe i løpet av et år. I Europa er grensen 6 mSv per år.

Kosmisk stråling kan også påvirke været. Når strålingen treffer luften dannes det ørsmå partkler som vanndamp kondenserer på, slik at det dannes skyer.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

AI ripe for exploitation, experts warn

AI ripe for exploitation, experts warn

  • 21 February 2018

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Image captionThe threat of AI is real and many of the technologies are already developed, warn 26 leading experts

Drones turned into missiles, fake videos manipulating public opinion and automated hacking are just three of the threats from artificial intelligence in the wrong hands, experts have said.
The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence report warns that AI is ripe for exploitation by rogue states, criminals and terrorists.
Those designing AI systems need to do more to mitigate possible misuses of their technology, the authors said.
And governments must consider new laws.
The report calls for:
  • Policy-makers and technical researchers to work together to understand and prepare for the malicious use of AI
  • A realisation that, while AI has many positive applications, it is a dual-use technology and AI researchers and engineers should be mindful of and proactive about the potential for its misuse
  • Best practices that can and should be learned from disciplines with a long history of handling dual-use risks, such as computer security
  • An active expansion of the range of stakeholders engaging with, preventing and mitigating the risks of malicious use of AI
Speaking to the BBC, Shahar Avin, from Cambridge University's Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, explained that the report concentrated on areas of AI that were available now or likely to be available within five years, rather than looking to the distant future.

'Game changer'

Particularly worrying is the new area of reinforcement learning where AIs are trained to superhuman levels of intelligence without human examples or guidance.
He outlined some of the scenarios where AI could turn "rogue" in the near future:
  • Technologies such as AlphaGo - an AI developed by Google's DeepMind and able to outwit human Go players - could be used by hackers to find patterns in data and new exploits in code
  • A malicious individual could buy a drone and train it with facial recognition software to target a certain individual
  • Bots could be automated or "fake" lifelike videos for political manipulation
  • Hackers could use speech synthesis to impersonate targets
Miles Brundage, research fellow at Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute, said: "AI will alter the landscape of risk for citizens, organisations and states - whether it's criminals training machines to hack or 'phish' at human levels of performance or privacy-eliminating surveillance, profiling and repression - the full range of impacts on security is vast.
"It is often the case that AI systems don't merely reach human levels of performance but significantly surpass it.
"It is troubling, but necessary, to consider the implications of superhuman hacking, surveillance, persuasion, and physical target identification, as well as AI capabilities that are subhuman but nevertheless much more scalable than human labour."
Dr Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh, executive director of the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk and one of the co-authors, added: "Artificial intelligence is a game changer and this report has imagined what the world could look like in the next five to 10 years.
"We live in a world that could become fraught with day-to-day hazards from the misuse of AI and we need to take ownership of the problems - because the risks are real.
"There are choices that we need to make now, and our report is a call to action for governments, institutions and individuals across the globe.
"For many decades hype outstripped fact in terms of AI and machine learning. No longer. This report looks at the practices that just don't work anymore - and suggests broad approaches that might help: for example, how to design software and hardware to make it less hackable - and what type of laws and international regulations might work in tandem with this."
The 100-page report identified three areas - digital, physical and political - in which the malicious use of AI is most likely to be exploited.
Contributors included OpenAI, a non-profit research firm, digital rights group The Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Center for a New American Security, a national security think-tank.