Samstag, 8. August 2009

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Japanese mind control for wheelchairs

The Japanese have developed a wheelchair which "reads" thoughts from the user to control it. It makes changes in a fraction of a second.

This story, from a respected Chinese TV news channel, proves that electrical impulses from the brain can be interpreted correctly by electrodes in or adjacent to the brain. The scientist quoted says that the USA is also doing experiments, but using brain implants, used MOSTLY in animals.

Tiny electrical outputs from the brain are also used to move things in computer games (see Jedi for example).

Don't let anyone tell you that "thought reading" is impossible!

Lyn Milnes in New Zealand

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Japanese mind control for wheelchairs

2009-08-07 14:20 BJT

Rights Groups Appeal For UN Investigation of Rendition

Shi'a Unity Deal Explodes US Proxy War Myth

Afghan Occupation Will Go on 'Until American Public Grows Tired'

US Still Paying Blackwater Millions

Outcry Grows From Veterans, Elected Officials

Kein Ende mit Schrecken, sondern ein Schrecken ohne Ende

Die Immobilienkrise in den USA wird sich wohl weiter deutlich zuspitzen: Der größte US-Immobilienfinanzierer Fannie Mae braucht erneut eine staatliche Milliardenspritze.

The Start Of The Second American Revolution?

Outraged Americans across the country get in the face of the system and yell, "Don't Tread On Me"

Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, August 7, 2009

For a long time people have been asking why Americans are not up in arms, screaming and shouting about their fast disappearing liberties along with the continuous passage of legislation that they vehemently oppose, from the banker bailout, to the cap and trade bill, to Obamacare. Well now they are screaming and shouting – and if the momentum continues to build, this rebellion could the spark to ignite the second American revolution.

Hegelian Dialectic, Pandemic and Creative Destruction

by Nancy Levant

In order to achieve one-world governance, existing systems all over the globe had to be dismantled and eliminated. For instance, national sovereignty, national loyalty, national patriotism, personally selected lifestyles, individual beliefs and preferences, and naturally occurring communities versus socially engineered "communities" had to be dismantled, eliminated, and redefined by think tankers financed by philanthropic and government money......

US faces huge bill for Afghan security

The US will have to provide billions more dollars in coming years to finance a huge increase in the size of Afghanistan's security forces, officials and analysts warn.

Most Americans oppose Afghanistan war: poll

In a new low in public support for the war effort, 54 per cent of respondents said they opposed the US-led fight against the Taliban and their al-Qaeda allies, with only 41 per cent in favour.,25197,25895398-12335,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Playing Politics With a Ghost

Scott Ritter

Finding the remains of Navy Lt. Cmdr. Scott Speicher in Iraq provides long overdue closure for his family and comrades, but it also exposes the tireless exploitation of Speicher's disappearance in 1991 by Sen. Pat Roberts, a staunch Republican from Kansas, who used it to demonize the regime of Saddam Hussein and to justify the case for the invasion of Iraq.

Iraqis speak of random killings committed by Blackwater

Guards employed by Blackwater, the US security company, shot Iraqis and killed victims in allegedly unprovoked and random attacks, it was claimed yesterday.

From Information Clearing House

The World Needs A Breather From The US.

By Mike Whitney

The $13 trillion the Fed has committed to the financial system since the beginning of the crisis --via loans and outright purchases of mortgage-backed garbage and US sovereign debt--was never authorized by Congress. In fact, the Fed stubbornly refuses to even identify which institutions got the "loans", how much the loans were worth, what kind of collateral was accepted for the loans, or when the loans have to be repaid.

The Expiring Economy

By Paul Craig Roberts

Tent cities springing up all over America are filling with the homeless unemployed from the worst economy since the 1930s. While Americans live in tents, the Obama government has embarked on a $1 billion crash program to build a mega-embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, to rival the one the Bush government build in Baghdad, Iraq.

We Need More Protest to Make Reform Possible

By Peter Dreier

Why is there so little protest in response to these hard economic times?

Books That Counter Our "Training" To Make War

By John Pilger

These are extraordinary times. Flag-wrapped coffins of 18-year-old soldiers killed in a failed, illegal and vengeful invasion are paraded along a Wiltshire high street. Victory in Afghanistan is at hand, says the satirical Gordon Brown.

Our Suicide Bombers

Thoughts on Western Jihad

By John Feffer

In America's first war against Islam, we were the ones who introduced the use of suicide bombers. Indeed, the American seamen who perished in the incident were among the U.S. military's first missing in action.

"Well What If There Is No Tomorrow...

By Kurt Osterhoff

So what goes into the making of a contemporary American revolutionary? What turns an ordinary law abiding, relatively sedate and insular, American Idol watching couch potato into an informed and committed citizen prepared to incur risk and make meaningful prolonged personal sacrifice aimed at reclaiming our country? Two things: truth and suffering.

Apple tried to silence owner of exploding iPod with gagging order

Murad Ahmed, Technology Reporter

Apple attempted to silence a father and daughter with a gagging order after the child’s iPod music player exploded and the family sought a refund from the company.

The Times has learnt that the company would offer the family a full refund only if they were willing to sign a settlement form. The proposed agreement left them open to legal action if they ever disclosed the terms of the settlement.


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