Brain implants – Depressed people can be rebooted and more…

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Scientists are set to treat depression and headaches by implanting electrodes into people’s brains which alter the function of brain tissue by using electroconvulsive therapy to “reboot” the mind, Paul Joseph Watson writes for InfoWars.

“The more neurologists and surgeons learn about the aptly named deep brain stimulation, the more they are convinced that the currents from the technology’s implanted electrodes can literally reboot brain circuits involved with the mood disorder,” reports Scientific American.

Hacker Barnaby Jack warned that medical implants like pacemakers could be remotely accessed by hackers and governments to “commit mass murder.” Jack was found dead just a week before he was set to present his research at a conference.

Text: Paul Joseph Watson


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Margareta Lundström
8 oktober 2013 kl 18:54

Horror,horror,horror!

Mayne Sundewall-Hopkins
8 oktober 2013 kl 19:18

Whatever happened to common sense?!! Det är ren frisk (läs gift & kemikalie -fri) kost och medmänsklighet som behövs – inte OMÄNSKLIGHET! 🙁

Janne
8 oktober 2013 kl 20:07

Genialt då kan de göra om och styra människorna som robotar sedan, industrin är verkligen påhittig i sina sätt att utvinna nya marknadsandelar!

Vart är världen på väg?

mikael
Gäst
8 oktober 2013 kl 22:10

Must Read! How Smart Dust Could Spy On Your Brain Intelligent dust particles embedded in the brain could form an entirely new form of brain-machine interface, say engineers The real time monitoring of brain function has advanced in leaps and bounds in recent years. That’s largely thanks to various new technologies that can monitor the collective behaviour of groups of neurons, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalopathy and positron emission tomography. This work is revolutionising our understanding of the way the brain is structured and behaves. It has also lead to a new engineering discipline of brain-machine interfaces, which allows people to control machines by thought alone. Impressive though these techniques are, they all suffer from inherent limitations such as limited spatial resolution, a lack of portability and extreme invasiveness. Today, Dongjin Seo and pals at the University of California Berkeley reveal an entirely new way to study and interact with the brain. Their idea is to sprinkle electronic sensors the size of dust particles into the cortex and to interrogate them remotely using ultrasound. The ultrasound also powers this so-called neural dust. Each particle of neural dust consists of standard CMOS circuits and sensors that measure the electrical activity in neurons nearby. This is coupled to a piezoelectric material that converts ultra-high-frequency sound waves into electrical signals and vice versa. The neural dust is interrogated by another component placed beneath the scale but powered from outside the body. This generates the ultrasound that powers the neural dust and sensors that listen out for their response, rather like an RFID system. The system is also tetherless–the data is collected and stored outside the body for later analysis. That gets around many of the limitations. The system is lower power, can have a high spatial resolution, and it is easily portable. It is also rugged and can potentially provides a link over long periods of time. “A major hurdle in brain-machine interfaces (BMI) is the lack of an implantable neural interface system that remains viable for a lifetime,” say Seo and co. The difficulty is in designing and building such a system and today’s paper is a theoretical study of these challenges. First is the problem of designing and building neural dust particles on a scale of roughly 100 micrometres that can send and receive signals in the harsh, warm and noisy environment within the body. That’s why Seo and… Read more »

Bo Sonnsjö
Gäst
9 oktober 2013 kl 06:14

Säg något bra som inte har biverkningar … Någon skrev en bok med titeln 1984. Då var det med andra metoder man försökte domestisera sina medborgare. Nu får FRA och liknande verksamheter ännu en möjlighet att försäkra sig om att ingen skall få tänka och fungera fritt … utan låta “husse” styra samhället – garanterat säkert! Den fria viljan och tanken – var fanns den någonsin???