TO A CONTEMPORARY ELECTRONIC MIND CONTROL MECHANISM
Historically, mind control research progressing through the 1950s targeted individuals using macroscopic implants placed non-consensually in the skull and sinuses of unwary persons during surgery. It progressed basically through the detailed interpretation of the EEG rhythm of the individual in various states of thought, sense and emotion which was transmitted via radio waves to a distant computer (EEG telemetry)1. This was accomplished by the development of a very detailed and accurate vocabulary of the electronic recording of the ELF2 (Extremely low frequency) waves of the brain (electronic Signatures)3. Transmitters of that time located in the brain or sinuses of the skull were of centimeter size and the transmitting frequencies were in the KHz-MHz range employing the modalities of RHIC (Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control) & EDOM (Electronic Dissolution of Memory). [See Links and Literature above for reference] [Source: www.mcrais.googlepages.com/brain6.htm] Through the 1980s research progressed into the development of very minute implants which was heralded by the miniaturization of electronics, into the nanometer scale (10-9m) by the development of nanoelectronics 4 and nano circuitry5. This was very well predicted by the pioneers in this field, as early as 1975.(Nano electronics and nanocircuitry approaches may deal with dimensions much smaller than real nanodimensions as is suggested by the possibilities of even single electron devices). This was also borne out of necessity by the fact that implantation of a person very often required neurosurgical procedures involving stereotaxis 6 greatly restricting the brunt of experimentation largely to institutionalized individuals. Moreover it is nothing but a matter of thought that many of the victims from different parts of the world complaining of this kind of phenomenon find themselves experiencing symptoms which can be technologically produced only if there is stimulation of very small areas of the brain or if potentials7 from very small areas of the brain (say a single neuron or a small network of neurons) are recorded, demanding a very fine degree of resolution in terms of access. It is needless to say that stimulation of a single motor unit of a muscle needs very fine localisation of stimulus. Phenomenon like reproduction of vision needs recording the potentials of individual neuronal cells in the visual cortex or else in other areas of visual pathway. This has been revealed at least in an experimental setup in the article ‘Sci-Tech-Looking through Cat’s eyes? of October 1999 by BBC News Online. [www.news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/471786.stm] The first revelation to the possibility of introducing very small particles with resonant properties into the brain, for bidirectional transmission of electromagnetic waves carrying modulated signals of action potential recordings of the neuronal cells was made by Mediaeko Investigative reporting Group, Sweden, in their article ‘Brain Transmitters-What They Are And How They Are Used’, 1996. It says – ‘Liquid crystals8 which are injected directly into the blood stream and fasten themselves to the brain have been developed in the last ten years. It works on the same principle as the usual transmitters and uses the same technology and contains the same possibilities’. It further suggests the possibilities of certain ferroelectric crystals and of organic materials which have shown semiconductor activity (July 1962, Project MKULTRA)9 [www.mcrais.googlepages.com/brain6.htm] It is quite interesting to note that these observations were made very much before nanotechnology advancements had become popular world wide at least to the extend today.These nanoparticles when injected into the blood stream by intravenous route, a large number could reach the brain hemodynamically. Their very small size, of the order of few nanometers would easily permit them to cross the blood brain barrier10 and to fix to the neural tissue which is their final destination. The blood brain barrier would permit particle size less than 5-20 nm. It is worthwhile noting that liquid crystal molecules with a linear dimension of 20-30 Angstrom (10-10m) and cross section diameter of 5 Angstrom is readily permitted. Another molecule of interest is the fullerene,11 diameter – 1nm) very popular in nanotechnology. Metal doped fullerenes and liquid crystals earn interest as organic materials with semiconductor activity and paramagnetic properties. It is beyond the scope of this article to discuss at length the nature of materials used. The electrical activity of neurons are recorded by the nanoelectrode and associated molecular level nanocircuitry and transmitted by their nanoantennas 12 to a distant receiver of a computer which could be part of a network, for monitoring and evaluation, making use of brain computer interface 13 systems.Advantages of using sub-microscopic nano particles for recording brain activity over macroscopic implants:-
– Electrical activity of individual neurons or small neural networks 14 could be recorded rather then recording the overall electrical activity of brain or brain centers/parts using surface or embedded macroelecrodes. This permits cellular and even molecular level interpretation and interaction.- It permits access to all areas of brain, their recording as well as electronic manipulation including the deep areas like the brain stem without interference from simultaneous recordings of other areas.- And not the least important, it provides a clear radiological field on accidental or intentional radiological examinations, leaving no trace of evidence.
The physical principles of electromagnetic waves 15 and antennas show that all antennas function by the property of resonance 16 and have their size (single largest dimension) related inversely to the frequency 17 of the electromagnetic waves, they propagate i.e. the largest dimension of the antenna should be at least 1/10 of wavelength of the electromagnetic wave they propagate even if they are ‘electrically small’18
This would necessitate antennas of nanoscale dimensions to propagate at the optical or near optical frequencies (infra red). However infrared frequencies permit only line of sight transmission and is suitable only for LAN 19 and indoor applications. Moreover the dielectric constant 20 and conductivity 21 of the human body as a medium of propagation restricts the use of IR for signal transmission. NIR signals are easily scattered and propagates only by diffusion.
Apart from involving bidirectional data transfer, some other mind control effects like fine muscle contractions appearing like fasciculations and electrically stimulated pain involves transfer of power. This may involve power of the order of 10-8 to 10-5 W to be transferred to highly localized areas of the nervous system. Considering conventional means of power transfer through electromagnetic waves even in the near field 22 , the values of power received are small and inadequate for the small wavelength of optical or near optical frequencies taking the Friis transmission formula23, into consideration. Femtosecond (10-15sec) or nanosecond pulses of IR laser may seem power efficient (P=W/t) in a free space consideration but not in human body considerations. This justly makes one think of the possibility of on-board power generation for the nano implant and on board 24 nano capacitors for storing the energy. Bionanogenerators 25 utilizing blood glucose for producing energy are very much in consideration and applicable. Other forms of power generation like piezoelectric effects26 and thermal effects are more applicable and efficient in consideration of nanoantenna arrays than on an individual basis.
What is the mode of communication, if not electromagnetic waves in the radio, IR, optic domains. The answer lies in the utilization of quantum mechanical interactions for the transfer of information. The unit of quantum information is qubit 27 which is the quantum analogue of classical bit. Some of the choices of basis of physical implementation of qubit are Electronic spin, Nuclear Spin, Atomic Spin, Coherent state of light, Polarization of light and many others to make the list complete. Current technological implementation of some of the above mentioned phenomena are the Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging. If we consider the phenomenon of electron spin resonance (ESR) or electron paramagnetic resonance 28 ,an unpaired electron of a paramagnetic species can move between the two energy levels of spin by either absorbing or emitting electromagnetic radiations of energy E=hv such that the resonance condition29(E=hv=geUBB0) is obeyed in the presence of an external magnetic field. The frequency of the electromagnetic radiation can be varied by varying the magnetic field. In this state of resonance, transfer of information can be achieved by modulating signals on these resonant frequencies. It is very well understood that the phenomenon is not practically achieved as so simply as is stated and is only achieved by extensive technological manipulation at the nanometer scale.
It is worth noting that as electronic devices scale down to nanometric levels they embrace the realms of quantum interactions and photonic interactions when spoken in terms of communications. The role of quantum physics is particularly relevant when communication systems in media which are impervious to optic or near optic frequencies like the human body are played upon.
It is the role of the scientific community to make the technological arena which is developing at lightning pace, more transparent to the common man seeking real knowledge.
That technological research for intruding into a person’s brain and mind existed for the last 50 plus years is nothing but fact.
It is the duty of all concerned to bring light into the scientific aspects behind these technologies.