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Sunday, July 10, 2005

"The Mind Has No Firewall": Army article on psychotronic weapons

>>> The following article is from the US military publication Parameters, subtitled 'US Army War College Quarterly.' It describes itself as 'The United States Army's Senior Professional Journal.' [Click here to read a crucial excerpt.]

'The Mind Has No Firewall' by Timothy L. Thomas. Parameters, Spring 1998, pp. 84-92.

The human body, much like a computer, contains myriad data processors. They include, but are not limited to, the chemical-electrical activity of the brain, heart, and peripheral nervous system, the signals sent from the cortex region of the brain to other parts of our body, the tiny hair cells in the inner ear that process auditory signals, and the light-sensitive retina and cornea of the eye that process visual activity.[2] We are on the threshold of an era in which these data processors of the human body may be manipulated or debilitated. Examples of unplanned attacks on the body's data-processing capability are well-documented. Strobe lights have been known to cause epileptic seizures. Not long ago in Japan, children watching television cartoons were subjected to pulsating lights that caused seizures in some and made others very sick.

Defending friendly and targeting adversary data-processing capabilities of the body appears to be an area of weakness in the US approach to information warfare theory, a theory oriented heavily toward systems data-processing and designed to attain information dominance on the battlefield. Or so it would appear from information in the open, unclassified press. This US shortcoming may be a serious one, since the capabilities to alter the data- processing systems of the body already exist. A recent edition of U.S. News and World Report highlighted several of these 'wonder weapons' (acoustics, microwaves, lasers) and noted that scientists are 'searching the electromagnetic and sonic spectrums for wavelengths that can affect human"
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