Intru­sive Tech­nol­ogy PT.3

From the Way Back Machine: Thurs­day, 17 Jan­u­ary 2008 : Last Updated ( Fri­day, 07 March 2008 )




Doc­tor alleges plans under way to “Microchip” New­borns in U.S. and Europe

Regard­ing plans to microchip new­borns, Dr. Kilde said the U.S. has been mov­ing in this direc­tion “in secrecy.“

She added that in Swe­den, Prime Min­is­ter Olof Palme gave per­mis­sion in 1973 to implant pris­on­ers, and Data Inspection’s ex-​Director Gen­eral Jan Freese revealed that nursing-​home patients were implanted in the mid-​1980s.

Intru­sive Tech­nol­ogy Pt.4

Intru­sive Tech­nol­ogy Pt.4 , Tele­vi­sion, mass media con­trol via T.V.

Another file pulled out of the mem­ory hole via The Way back Machine May 2, 2008

Mass Mind Con­trol Through Net­work Tele­vi­sion: Are Your Thoughts Your Own? by Alex Ansari, Infor​ma​tion​Lib​er​a​tion​.com ,

Why do count­less Amer­i­can people
go along with the War on Iraq? Why do so many peo­ple call for a police state con­trol grid? A major com­po­nent to a full under­stand­ing of why this kind of gov­ern­men­tal and cor­po­rate cor­rup­tion is to dis­cover the mod­ern sci­ence of mind con­trol and social engi­neer­ing. It’s baf­fling to merely glance at the stacks of doc­u­men­ta­tion that this world gov­ern­ment isn’t being con­structed for the greater good of human­ity. Although there are a grow­ing num­ber of peo­ple wak­ing up the real­ity of our grow­ing trans­par­ent soft cage, there seems to be just enough cit­i­zens who are choos­ing to remain asleep. Worse yet, there are even those who were at least par­tially awake at one time but found it nec­es­sary to return to the slum­ber of dreamland.
TV.Will tell you what you think

Intru­sive Brain Read­ing Sur­veil­lance Tech­nol­ogy PT.2

Intru­sive Brain Read­ing Sur­veil­lance Tech­nol­ogy PT.2

From the way Back Machine Dec. 7 2008
View from a cats eye.

Not to clear, but the other view is from a com­puter con­nect to the cats brain, which is!

Human Robot Get­ting Closer

Human Robot Get­ting Closer: iCub Robot Must Learn from Its Experiences

Sep. 27, 2013 — Remem­ber Asimo? Child play, this robot feels, sees and, in par­tic­u­lar, thinks and learns like us. It still seems like sci­ence fic­tion, but if it’s up to Uni­ver­sity of Twente (UT) researcher Frank van der Velde, it won’t be. In his work he wants to imple­ment the cog­ni­tive process of the human brain in robots. The research should lead to the arrival of the lat­est ver­sion of the iCub robot in Twente. This human robot (humanoid) blurs the bound­aries between robot and human.

Nanoso­lar: Power to the Peo­ple

This post is from the way back, 2007 and was said to come on the mar­ket one year later, If it did we sure didn’t see it!



Bullis Solar Roll to rollNanoso­lar coat­ings are as thin as a layer of paint and can tran­fer sun­light into power quite effi­ciently. Imag­ine the pos­si­bil­i­ties, from solar coated shin­gles to solar lined win­dows to solar pow­ered cell phones and ipods.

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