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The threats are real by Cheryl Welsh. Asian and Global Perspectives http: Click here for Mindjustice. Click here for pdf. Excerpt and four illustrations from Background article: Cold War physics in neuroscience is now revealing the probability of a successfully weaponized brain by Cheryl Welsh, May Click here for full background article.
A hypothetical conversation on neuroweapons between a famous skeleton and a skull called Yorick. No living creature could survive without electricity, because the body is, in essence, an electrical machine. Electricity, magnetism and electromagnetism are interconnected phenomena, including in the brain.
All electromagnetic waves are mathematically identical with relationships along a continuum known as the electromagnetic spectrum, for example microwaves, light and also the kilohertz oscillations by the neurons in the brain.
Gilder, Telecosm,p. The public needs to know very basic neuroscience required for neuroweapons development. This does NOT require rocket science or a neuroscientist to understand it but it does require information that has been missing in the public forum.
Solving how the electrochemical brain works is both a physics and a biology problem. Since the s, research on the bioelectricity of the brain--with the exception of the extensive research on the action potential of the brain cell called the neuron--has remained classified.
At the same time, molecular biology and biochemistry dominated unclassified neuroscience research. To a great extent, neuroscientists continue to study brain biology without physics. At the same time, US government scientists have utilized both physics and biology of the brain and this almost certainly led to successfully developed neuroweapons.
Classified Neuroscience research Biophysics, Bioelectronics InGeorge Beadle, Nobel laureate and member of the Atomic Energy Commission advisory committee on biology and medicine, warned: Like many others, I see in our present security system a machine so complex in its operation that, once having been set in motion, it is almost impossible either to control or to stop.
And I sense a real danger that it may destroy our way of life if we do not find a way to control it. Who wrote the book of life?
Molecular biology is now expected to take the dominant role in the twenty-first century that physics played in the twentieth. Design for life, DeChadarevian,p. Every living thing on earth is a radio broadcasting and receiving set unconsciously sending out and receiving long-wave wireless messages.
Millman of Columbia University told the American Association for the Advancement of Science today that all atoms, whether part of the heart tissue of man or a piece of steel, constantly emit radio waves which can be detected and measured. By contrast, Cold War mind control weapons that target the brain, today known as neuroweapons, are another formidable weapon whose power lies in their surreptitious use and keeping them secret forever.
Physics dominated the first half of the twentieth century. Cold War mind control weapons, now called neuroweapons, the atomic bomb, microwave radar, and signals intelligence were all being developed in secret research requiring physics which overlapped with the physics and technologies required to study the brain.
In the unclassified research world, neuroscientists have focused mainly on molecular biology and biochemistry, not physics and bioelectricity. How did this happen?
Molecular biology and biophysics were taking off in the s but the biophysics bubble bursts in the s. Rasmussen, The midcentury biophysics bubble: Hiroshima and the biological revolution in America, revisited", History of Science It is a fascinating obscure history.The vast range of maximum lifespan differences between species provides convincing evidence that longevity is genetically influenced.
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