bubonic's symplectics. not for you.
Physical Control of the Mind - Delgado, Jose (pdf,txt,mp3)<
Jose Delgado's seminal work introducing the reader to his brain implants and control of the patients brain to any measure of degree. He conducted his research out of Yale University for the U.S. Military.
UHF Stimulation System - Delgado, Jose (pdf)
Research conducted by Jose Delgado MD for Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. In it contains an implementation for brain-chip implants into a patient that can be controlled via UHF signals. These implants provide ESB (Electrical Stimulation of the Brain) directly to the patient and can induce fear, anxiety, lust, deja vu and more.
ATTENTION, HABITUATION, AND CONDITIONING AS RE LATED TO EVOKED BRAIN WAVES - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Experiments in human. Sensory deprivation and magnetic tape recording of the subjects EEG waves to induced stimuli; i.e., long periods of darkness, high frequency noises being played. The foundation for modern torture techniques or conditioning for interrogation.
Batteryless Electroencephalography- dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Batteryless brainchips operated via UHF to stimulate the subjects synapses. There is a strong need for “real-world neuroimaging” toolsthatcould provide the hardware substrates supporting the rapidly expanding work in developing optimized brain–computer interactive technologies in a fieldable format. It may be possible to support these needs with electroencephalography (EEG); however,current designs require too much power for long-term operation. Nonconventional,ultra-low power design will be necessary to achieve “wear and forget” systems for on-line, long-term neurological monitoring.One challenge to this goal is the relatively large dynamic range of EEG relative to a comparably low signal-to-noise ratio; this report demonstratesthe initial design, simulation,and validation of an EEG data-acquisition,single-integrated-circuitsystem design that addresses this challenge using an analog front end that adapts on-line to keep the digitized signal within a much smaller dynamic range. This is accomplished througha combination of a voltage-offset controller, low-noise amplifier, low-bit rate analog-to-digital conversion, and a hardware-accelerated digital processorconsumingless than 300 nWperchannel. At that consumption, it is very feasible to design an entire system capable of operating solely on locally harvested power.Follow-up simulations demonstrate the approaches described here should still provide sufficient signal quality for targeted state monitoring applications.
Batteryless Electroencephalography (EEG): Subthreshold Voltage System-on-a-Chip (SoC) Design for Neurophysiological Measurement - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Biological Radio Communications 1963.pdf (pdf)<
Thought control, radio communication with the brain and nervous system of humans. A chapter on "Pain at a distance" or how to inflict pain remotely. Remote telepathy and thought control.
Brain and Behavior: Intracerebral electrographic studies in the Human Brain - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
COMMUNICATION BY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY,_files (pdf)<
COMMUNICATION BY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY,.html (pdf)<
Conditioned Suppression via electrical radio stimulation in the chimpanzee - Jose Delgad - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Electrical Stimulation of the Midbrain to promote Recovery from Traumatic Forebrain Injury.pdf (pdf)<
Electroencephalography: Subdural Multi-Electrode Brain Chip - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Enhancing Warfighter Cognitive Abilities with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Feasibility Analysis - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Evoking conditioned fear by electrical stimulation of subcortical structions in monkey.pdf (pdf)<
EVOKING CONDITIONED FEAR BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF SUBCORTICAL STRUCTURES IN THE MONKEY BRAIN - Jose Delgado - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
FOREIGN SCIENCE BULLETIN, VOL. 4, NO. 8, 1968._files (pdf)<
FOREIGN SCIENCE BULLETIN, VOL. 4, NO. 8, 1968..html (pdf)<
Implantation of Multilead Electrod Assemblies and Radio Stimulation of the Brain in Chimpanzees - Jose Delgado - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
This report describes the technology developed for intracerebral implantation of multiple electrodes in the chimpanzee (and eventually humans) and subsequent multichannel radio stimulation and telemetric recording of brain activity.
Multi-Channel Transdermal Stimulation of the Brain - Jose Delgado - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
A system has been developed for multichannel electrical stimulation of the brain through the intact skin. The stimulator which is implanted subcutaneously, has no batteries and may beused for the lifetime of the experimental subject. Power and information are provided by a small pack carried externally andactivated by radio (100 MHz). A combination pulse width and frequency modulation technique is employed to encode the signal information. Three channels are available and in each, repetition rate, pulse durations, and intensity are remotely controlled,allowing the adjustment of parameters of brain stimulation in completely unrestricted subjects.
Multi-Electrode Time-Multiplex Telemetry.pdf (pdf)<
Neuronal Mechanisms of Intelligence - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Open Field Control of Dog Behavior by Remote Brain Stimulation - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
Programmed Control of Purposive Movement._files (pdf)<
Programmed Control of Purposive Movement..html (pdf)<
Remote control brain stimulation for neurological mechanisms in epilepsy and behavior (invoking fear, hallucinations, deja vu etc)- Delgado, Jose dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<
REMOTE CONTROL OF BEHAVIOR WITH REWARDING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN._files (pdf)<
REMOTE CONTROL OF BEHAVIOR WITH REWARDING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN..html (pdf)<
Septal Stimulation For The Initiation of Heterosexual Behavior In A Homosexual Male - Moan, Charles & Heath, Rober - J. Behav. Ther. & Exp. Psychia - 1972.pdf (pdf)<
The Pleasure Shock The Rise of Deep Brain Stimulation and Its Forgotten Inventor.epub (pdf)<
UHF Stimulation System - Jose Delgado - dtic.mil.pdf (pdf)<