Article by Leo Zagami
In March 2016, DARPA, that some call the U.S. military’s “mad scientist,” announced the unveiling of the Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT)program. In October 2017, Dr. Tristan McClure-Begley, from the University of Colorado, Boulder, joined DARPA as a Program Manager for this important project. Officially his scientific pursuits at the agency involve novel chemical biology approaches to treating disease and injury, and developing methods to accelerate and protect learning and executive functions.
The TNT program aims to explore various safe neurostimulation methods for activating synaptic plasticity, which is the brain’s ability to alter the connecting points between neurons which is a requirement for learning. DARPA hopes that building that ability by subjecting the nervous system to a work out regimen will enable the brain to learn faster, but there is a sinister side to this new technology.
One of the aims of using ‘Targeted Neuroplasticity Training” for DARPA, is to effectively work out the knowledge receptors of the brain thus allowing information to be uploaded to the brain many times quicker than traditional methods. Much like in the film, The Matrix, where Keanu Reeves’ character instantly uploads martial art and weapons skills, DARPA envisions using neurostimulation methods to activate something called “synaptic plasticity,” which is ,“the brain’s ability to alter the connecting points between neurons — a requirement for learning.” Of course, they plan to use this for military purposes to “further enhance the most effective existing training methods” for military personnel, but like many scientific breakthroughs, there are wonderful, as well as dark and sinister applications that may be used for nefarious purposes once the genie is out of the bottle, like for example, hacking and terrorism-related skills, or preparing and triggering your next Walmart shooter.
In the meantime, some researchers are talking about the possibility of implementing new human rights in this new sector that would protect people from having their thoughts and other brain information stolen, abused, or hacked. The move is an initial response to the rapid advances being made by technologies that read or alter brain activity where many enormous benefits to people’s lives in the coming years are expected to be made, but also trigger some very dangerous situations that could harm many innocent people.
On the bright side, much of this technology is developed for civilian use. This includes the use in hospitals to diagnose or treat medical conditions, or tools for the entertainment business such as brainwave monitoring devices that allow people to play video games with their minds, or brain stimulators that claim to boost mental performance. However, we also have the dark side working on how to use this new technology for their advantage. Facebook, for example, has 60 people working on how to read your mind. So picture this, you’re minding your own business, playing a game, or scrolling through social media, and all the while they’re gathering your most private information directly from your brain signals to influence your next political choice.
The idea of securing our thoughts is a real concern with the introduction of brain-computer interfaces like those being experimented by Elon Musk. In July 2019, Elon Musk made a highly anticipated announcement about his secretive brain-computer interface company, Neuralink. Which is in essence a “sewing machine for the brain” designed to implant electrodes through small holes in the skull. Musk is preparing the perfect cage for our future virtual world.
It’s pretty scary, but these and other advances in neurotechnology raise fresh threats to privacy and personal freedom, according to Marcello Ienca, who studied neuroethics at the University of Basel, and Roberto Andorno, a human rights lawyer at the University of Zurich.
Let’s not forget the security threat to our lives once the hackers are able to activate their potential assassins thanks to the electronic signals that we produce biologically that can be used to steal or manipulate data and be used against us. Writing in the journal Life Sciences, Society, and Policy in 2017, the pair put forward four new human rights that are intended to preserve the brain as the last refuge for human privacy but no one has spoken specifically about the security threat of this whole new scientific reality. Having reviewed the rights in place today, the pair concluded that more must be done to protect people. What about illegal use that in the future could be used by governments, terrorists, or agents of the Deep State?
We have already been subject to 60 years of subliminal research and experiments that have violated our will and manipulated our reality but this will be the next stage of manipulation.
Like computers, human brains may be vulnerable to hackers, and technology is already allowing scientists to read people’s thoughts and even plant new ones in the brain without a brain-computer interface. At the 2017, Enigma Security Conference connected to the National Security Agency, Tamara Bonaci a researcher and lecturer from the University of Washington finally revealed the existence of technology that could be used to essentially “hack” into people’s brains.
Bonaci said she created her own approach to this technology with a game called Flappy Whale. While people played the game, the technology was able to covertly extract neural responses to subliminal imagery in the game, like logos, restaurants, cars, etc. Perhaps hacking into people’s underlying feelings and thoughts about seeing a simple fast food restaurant doesn’t seem like it could cause much harm, but this subliminal technology that has been in works for years within the Military-Industrial Complex has been perfected and has the potential to gather much more intimate information about a person, like their religion, fears, prejudices, health, etc. that can be used to recruit the perfect Manchurian candidates before activating them in no time with a bit of subliminal manipulation. So could this technology be already in use by the dark side of the Illuminati and their minions? The answer is unfortunately, yes, and that’s why a serious discussion about this topic should be made that could essentially affect all of our lives.
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