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Microchip in the brain Privacy at risk .
« on: June 25, 2019, 07:05:30 PM »
 The RNM can trace the electric activity of the visual cerebral cortex of a subject transforming it into a visible image, at a three-dimensional level on the monitor of a computer. Furthermore, it seems that such system is also able to translate the impulses sent from the visual apparatus to the visual memory, bypassing the eyes and the relative optic nerves .

Naturally, the communication is bi-directional, consequently, being possible also to transmit to the central nervous system, images generated from a remote device. In addition, the RNM is able to alter the perception of traumas, mood and motor control. Therefore, the RNM is an innovative and evolved “cerebral cortex – auditory cortex” link system in the sphere of man-machine data transmission and the fields of application could defy the imagination .

Let us try now to understand the system from a technical point of view. Depending on the fact that it is possible to register, identify and monitor the bio electric fields of a person, these devices would seem to be able to register, in non-invasive modality, information generated by man’s nervous system through a digital encoding of the potentials evoked in a range of 30-50Hz., 5 mW of electromagnetic emissions of the brain. In fact, the neuronal activities of the brain create electric displacements that generate a magnetic flow. This flow presents a constant of 30-50 Hz., 5mW of EMF waves. These flows, contained in the EMF, are identified as “evoked potentials”. Each thought, reaction, motor command, auditory or visual event elaborated by the brain, generates an evoked potential. The magnetic fields that are generated are decoded into thoughts, images and sounds converted into digital signals and, consequently, analysed and elaborated by computers .

Therefore, while the EMF Brain Stimulation can be utilised for sending encoded electromagnetic impulses to activate the evoked potentials in a selected subject, a Brain Link can permit the establishment of a permanent link to the subject to effect the monitoring and transmission of information to the cerebral cortex, in order to modify behaviour and actions. Therefore, while the Brain Link represents the system of communication with the selected human subject, the RNM represents the system of surveillance of same. To be able to function, the RNM system requires the encoding of the resonance frequency of each specific area of the brain. These frequencies can vary in function of the different areas of the brain. The cerebral frequencies vary from 3 Hz., to 50 Hz .

This modulated information can be put into the brain at varying intensities, from the subliminal one to the perceptible one”
Furthermore, each human being has his unique set of resonance frequencies. Consequently, the sending of auditory information to a person who utilises different frequencies would result in the non-reception of the information.
Naturally, the entire project is wrapped in the most absolute secrecy and the NSA is obviously not available to the public for the divulgation of any information or comment, whatsoever, on the methodology in question .

The study of the mind and of its potentialities has always constituted the greatest of man’s objectives and these technological systems of inter-action with man’s central nervous system can lead to the configuration of scenarios which could have appeared science-fictional, until a little time ago. At this point, the essential problem of the discovery assumes two ambits of criticality: the correct application of the technology and the guarantee of the privacy of the findings. Even if, apparently, and according to superficial evaluation drugged by emotionality, the application of an RFID tag to the central nervous system of a man could seem to be at the limits of ethics and of the morally legitimate. In reality, the correct application of the discovery can lead to the achievement of optimal objectives as far as, for example, man’s life is concerned. A sensor at radio-frequency can alert us to the alteration of blood values and other parameters ascribable to the health of the human being. Moreover, it would be possible to resolve certain functions of many disabled persons (as already happens) through the means of stimulation of certain nervous glands that control the joints and movements of the human body. But this technology could be used also for applications of an “informative” nature. Let us suppose that we have at our disposal a remote controlled artificial memory which permits the “downloading” of daily information, which otherwise would be lost in the millions of synapses that activate and dis-activate in the arc of our existence. How man times do we stop to think of the importance of forgotten or completely cancelled information from our mind? How many judicial cases are catalogues as “unresolved” for lack of proof connected to the lost memory of witnesses, victims and subjects under investigation? Would not an artificial memory (better identified as an evolved simple hard disc) connected to our brain through systems at radio frequency and protected by coded systems, be of help? Perhaps, the comparison could be thought excessive, but let us pause to reflect on how the “black box” of the aeroplanes has been a crucial contribution towards man’s understanding of the dynamics of plane crashes… therefore, the most important problem is that of the control of the technology, not certainly, of the development of same. Nevertheless, should such a powerful technology fall into the wrong hands, the consequences could be disastrous. For example, the international terrorist groups could utilise it to manage an army of remote controlled “volunteers” in the perpetration of the most abominable acts of revolutionary violence that one can imagine. Or, it could be used to “pilot” the decisions and actions of political leaders, religious movements, or even entire Countries, manoeuvring, at an international level, economies and alliances between political blocks. Consequently, once guaranteed the correct application of the discovery, the remaining important problem is that of the privacy of the implemented technologies. To guarantee the integrality and secrecy of substantial scientific discoveries that could have sizeable impacts on the entire world societies, is a duty of those who have reached these goals. Likewise, it is true that correct information, managed by organisations and institutional and governmental structures, assumes an absolute importance with regard to the correct understanding of the significance and weight of the discoveries and activities conducted by the Central Government. The citizen must feel involved in the protection of the studies and discoveries realised by his own Country. Very often, excessive secrecy, as the history of many Countries has taught us, risks the provocation of dis-information, diffidence and malcontent in the population. The citizen himself must be the instrument of tutelage and safeguard of the economic, political and institutional interests of the Nation in which he lives. Unfortunately, at the present time, few are the Nations that have well understood this concept. 
http://gnosis.aisi.gov.it/gnosis/Rivista17.nsf/ServNavigE/17 .

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