Subject: Re: Coming soon to a theatre near you - endless mischief potential
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Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 02:32:18 GMT
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Thanks for the posting. It is an excellent contribution.
You might have warned us about the first link !
I am sure there must be a lot more to Mind-Control/Hypnosis/Maiming/Killing
than what is shown in this page !
This is old technology from 1974 !
I show some material from the web page below for preview ::
"We need a program of psychosurgery and political control of our society.
The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the
given norm can be surgically mutilated.
"The individual may think that the most important reality is his own
existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks
"Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal
orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some
day armies and generals will be controlled by electrical stimulation of the
Dr. Jose Delgado (MKULTRA experimenter who demonstrated a radio- controlled
bull on CNN in 1985)
Director of Neuropsychiatry, Yale University Medical School
Congressional Record No. 26, Vol. 118, February 24, 1974
< pictures of (restrained?) monkey in pain (brain wired with electrodes and
signals applied) >
Monkeys in restraint, wires coming out of top of skull, left image "normal",
right image with electric current being fed into the monkey's brain - note
pupil sizes and clenched teeth! These images portray Dr. Delgado's ruthless
disregard for life, pain, and suffering!
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> John Woodgate wrote...
> > Win, that's naughty. 'John' (not this one) said 'non-lethal levels'.
> > 1 bar is a 'sound' pressure level of 194 dB(20uPa). This is bomb-blast,
> > not sound as we know it.
> I mention 1 bar only to clearly illustrate how air can be very nonlinear.
> The SPL may be high at the transducer, but 200kHz or higher-frequency
> sound attenuates very rapidly. It's the audio difference frequencies
> that project without severe attenuation. Also, how much ultrasonic
> energy at 200kHz + can enter the body or ear, given that it's mostly
> reflected due to the high acoustic-impedance ratio of air to tissue?
> Finally, our sensitivity to these high frequencies must be very low.
> > How loud? The last I heard, the conversion loss exceeded 60 dB.
> Possibly, I don't know, but 80-90dBA audible sound levels are stated
> at 30W drive levels. One problem, the conversion efficiency may drop
> by over 10dB as the humidity level is raised from 0% to above 50%.
> > Are there any references on the web?
> Hmm, not a lot of technical detail that I could find,
> > It seems to me that a technique that has been explored for 10 years
> > should have been commercially exploited by now. I don't think it has,
> > has it?
> One issue is cost versus useability. Another is technology. Pompei says
> specialized pre-correction processing is necessary on music and speech
> before projection, because up to 50% distortion is otherwise produced in
> the parametric sound output during its creation. I've seen and heard
> his apparatus in use at MIT, and it was rather fun and very interesting.
> Pompei told me that an older technology we often hear about, from Norris
> and his company ATC, fails to properly perform the needed preprocessing.
> Pompei's company, Holosonics, claims they have some fixed installations
> that've been operating for years.
> In our meeting Pompei didn't say much about the preprocessing. There is
> a reference, Berktay, H. O., J. Sound Vib., v2, 435-461 (1965). Wontac
> Kim's thesis says to square-root and attenuate -12dB/octave above 1kHz.
> Here're some interesting web pages, http://www.att.net/cgi-bin/webdrill?
> Acoustics__Ultrasound_and_Vibration/Ultrasound/ ... and ...
> - Win