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US & Russian military "zombie gun" technology
Catseye
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US & Russian military "zombie gun" technology
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Top US Military brass once considered creating “non lethal” weapons that would literally zombify everyone within hundreds of meters. Bizarrely, the officials cited a Japanese television broadcast as their muse.

In 1997, an episode of the popular “Pokémon” cartoon caused almost 700 japanese viewers, most of whom were children, to experience a vast range of ailments from blurred vision, dizziness and nausea to hyperventilation, convulsions and even seizures and cases of temporary blindness.

The severe reactions were caused by a virtual explosion scene that flashed red and blue light on the screen at just the right frequency to effect the brain and trigger a photosensitive reaction.

In a follow up study, it was revealed that close to a quarter of those affected by it experienced at least one more convulsion in the five years following the broadcast of the episode.

The incident served as a reminder that visual stimuli such as flashing lights and whirling circles can cause altered consciousness. It is believed that around 1 in 4,000 people are susceptible to seizures induced by such visuals, however, the number of people affected by this Pokémon episode caused some to question those figures.

The incident was also a very visible example of how the human brain can be manipulated and how consciousness can be altered on a mass scale.

Indeed, earlier this year, US Army documents were uncovered that specifically referred to the Pokémon episode and how the military could develop weapons that replicated such effects. - see next post

“It is thought by using a method that would actually trigger nerve synapses directly with an electrical field, essentially 100% of individuals would be susceptible to seizure induction.” the documents read.

According to the documents, Army researchers believed that everyone within confined areas could be induced into seizure via “Excitation directly on the brain” using an electromagnetic pulse weapon fired from “hundreds of miles” away.

The documents also mention other potential weapons including using radio frequencies to manipulate body temperature and “mimic a fever.”

The Army claim that the research on the weapons was halted at a relatively early stage. However, since that time many forms of non lethal weapons, including heat rays and audio devices have been actively deployed.

In addition, earlier this year, Russian officials announced that they are also developing the same kind of “zombie gun”. Australia news outlet the Herald Sun reported that the concentrated energy gun would be capable of attacking the central nervous system of its targets — inflicting varying levels of pain, and essentially turning enemies into “zombies.”

Russian leader Vladimir Putin reportedly told journalists that “…the technology is comparable in effects to nuclear weapons but more acceptable in terms of political and military ideology.”

The next generation of non lethal weapons currently under development include direct-energy, geophysical, wave-energy, genetic, as well as psychotronic weapons.
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Catseye
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In 1998, a secret Army intelligence analysis suggested a new way to take out enemies: blast them with electromagnetic energy until their brains overload and they start to convulse. Amazingly, it was an idea inspired by a Pokemon episode.

Application of “electromagnetic pulses” could force neurons to all fire at once, causing a “disruption of voluntary muscle control,” reads a description of a proposed seizure weapon, contained in a declassified document from the Army’s National Ground Intelligence Center. “It is thought by using a method that would actually trigger nerve synapses directly with an electrical field, essentially 100% of individuals would be susceptible to seizure induction.”

Danger Room acquired this secret study on nonlethal technologies thanks to a private citizen, who filed a Freedom of Information Act request, and now wishes to remain anonymous. By coincidence, Sharon Weinberger wrote a 2008 Danger Room report after independently acquiring a piece of the document – an addendum that described using a “Voice of God” weapon, powered by radio waves, to “implant” a suggestion in someone else’s mind. It wasn’t even close to the strangest suggestion made for exotic weaponry.

Perhaps the most disturbing item on the Army’s nonlethal wish list: a weapon that would disrupt the chemical pathways in the central nervous system to induce a seizure. The idea appears to have come from an episode of Pokemon.

The idea is that seizure would be induced by a specific electrical stimulus triggered through the optic nerve. “The onset of synchony and disruption of muscular control is said to be near instantaneous,” the 1997 Army report reads. “Excitation is directly on the brain.” And “100% of the population” is supposed to be susceptible to the effects — from distances of “up to hundreds of meters” — “[r]ecovery times are expected to be consistent with, or more rapid than, that which is observed in epileptic seizures.”

The Army’s interest in the technology doesn’t appear to have gone anywhere. When Danger Room asked the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate, the command overseeing the Pentagon’s weapons that can’t kill you, if they had ever developed or explored developing an EMP seizure ray, spokeswoman Kelley Hughes flatly replied, “No.” But at a minimum, it’s bizarre that the U.S. military would entertain the idea of neurological weaponry.

The seizure ray was just one of several futuristic nonlethal weapons the National Ground Intelligence Center envisioned. Another favorite: “handheld laser weapons” for blasting focused light against nearby terrorists. These weren’t supposed to be the sorts of lasers that can burn through steel — after all, nearly 15 years after the Army intel report, the Navy still doesn’t have a laser cannon small enough to mount on a ship. The “point and shoot” lasers were supposed to be dazzlers, to disrupt sensors or even blind assailants from up to 50 meters away. Alas, the paper lamented, causing “permanent blindness” was prohibited by binding international treaties, so development of handheld dazzlers would likely be restricted. (As it would turn out, “gross mismanagement” by U.S. military bureaucracy would be the larger obstacle.)

Then came the cyberweapons. The Army intel report presciently predicted using “information technology as a nonlethal weapon.” It had in mind “a campaign to disrupt a nation’s infrastructure so that they feel they are not ready for a formal conflict.” No, the Army wasn’t thinking of any kind of proto-Stuxnet. It had in mind sending torrents of traffic to “flood” foreign servers until “a panic in the civilian population,” now without internet access, “persuades the [adversary] military not to execute a planned attack.” Pay attention, Darpa and U.S. Cyber Command. Alternatively, the military might disrupt an enemy’s ability to control its forces by flooding the internet with tons of inaccurate information — “either through distribution of disinformation or illegally altering web pages to spread disinformation.” It isn’t clear if the report meant to restrict that “illegal” activity to foreign web pages.

And then came the fever. The report speculated that blasts of radio frequency waves could “mimic a fever” to the point of incapacitating an enemy. (“No organs are damaged,” it assured.) “Core temperatures of approximately 41 degrees Celsius are considered to be adequate” — the equivalent of a 105.8 degree fever, which is frighteningly close to inducing a coma or brain damage.
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Joshua Flynn
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Somewhat related. There was a creepypasta theory where it was posited, in the original beta 'green' additions of the pokemon game, that the sounds in lavender town (those unfamiliar with the game - lavender town contains a tower which serves as a graveyard for dead pokemon - this gets changed from game to game, from radio tower back to graveyard tower, so it has some form of controversy):

Apparently, children reported feeling suicidal and had headaches when they heard the original song for the town from the beta, and it was posited to contain binaural beats. Now my hearing is restricted to about 13khz so I can't actually tell, but this is a link to the original song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sOadAaGiq4


Felt given the pokemon theme it might be related.

How to filter radioactive water:
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Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Catseye  Wrote: (10-16-2012 12:26 AM)
Something about Scary Military Zombie Gun

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Get out the Lead Hats
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Catseye
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Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (10-16-2012 12:43 AM)
Somewhat related. There was a creepypasta theory where it was posited, in the original beta 'green' additions of the pokemon game, that the sounds in lavender town (those unfamiliar with the game - lavender town contains a tower which serves as a graveyard for dead pokemon - this gets changed from game to game, from radio tower back to graveyard tower, so it has some form of controversy):

Apparently, children reported feeling suicidal and had headaches when they heard the original song for the town from the beta, and it was posited to contain binaural beats. Now my hearing is restricted to about 13khz so I can't actually tell, but this is a link to the original song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sOadAaGiq4


Felt given the pokemon theme it might be related.


Wow, that did sound bizarre. It made my brian feel funny!


I was just talking to a friend of mine for the past hour and a half on the phone. I mentioned this thread and she said her brother, who is an alcoholic and was in Vietnam, said that he went through some bizarre things in the military (having to do with abuse and mind control) and couldn't talk about them. She said he also said something about mindlessly killing people. She was never sure if it was something he made up because of his drinking but nowadays, she's starting to think it's why he's drinking.
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Life is in the war unpredictable... catch fate and always hold optimism, good luck and the beautiful woman will always smile to you....
after murder of 100 people... you receive a bonus...

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Joshua Flynn
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Catseye  Wrote: (10-16-2012 02:02 AM)
Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (10-16-2012 12:43 AM)
Somewhat related. There was a creepypasta theory where it was posited, in the original beta 'green' additions of the pokemon game, that the sounds in lavender town (those unfamiliar with the game - lavender town contains a tower which serves as a graveyard for dead pokemon - this gets changed from game to game, from radio tower back to graveyard tower, so it has some form of controversy):

Apparently, children reported feeling suicidal and had headaches when they heard the original song for the town from the beta, and it was posited to contain binaural beats. Now my hearing is restricted to about 13khz so I can't actually tell, but this is a link to the original song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sOadAaGiq4


Felt given the pokemon theme it might be related.


Wow, that did sound bizarre. It made my brian feel funny!


I was just talking to a friend of mine for the past hour and a half on the phone. I mentioned this thread and she said her brother, who is an alcoholic and was in Vietnam, said that he went through some bizarre things in the military (having to do with abuse and mind control) and couldn't talk about them. She said he also said something about mindlessly killing people. She was never sure if it was something he made up because of his drinking but nowadays, she's starting to think it's why he's drinking.

Well, after what I've been hearing from people, and what I've seen, such things no longer seem absurd to me (because to think any army or government would be moral would be to think contradictorily to thousands of years of history). Experiments with frequencies in games wouldn't be difficult to do (a matter of someone pulling a few strings), and a lot of games have been edging towards desensitisation of violence (Call of duty 5, for example, exploding limbs etc).

I remember when I picked up a classic game - perfect dark - and it had an *18* sticker on it (because it contained a few cuss words and winestain injuries) - CoD5 is a 15 'advisory' and involves, as said, exploding limbs, more cussing than a drinking contest and a number of disturbing scenes (the opening intro, for example, has a japanese soldier stub out a cigarette in another guy's eye).

Standards have clearly dropped over the years. Games are fun without the violence, and the violence just lowers the tone. But it wouldn't surprise me that, like other things (such as TV and songs) where experiments in subliminals has been tested, that games have had it as well.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Catseye
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That reminds me of something that happened a few years ago and I never connected it to something ulterior until you posted this, Joshua.

I had a roommate and she had a 2 year old. One Saturday morning, I was up before her and the kid and I were watching Barney. I didn't really mind, he was a cute kid. So Barney is dancing around and singing some song and all of a sudden, Josh runs out of the living room and back to his bedroom. In just a few seconds, he came running back into the living room with a metal coat hanger and went right up to one of the electrical outlets on the wall and tried to poke the hanger into it. I leaped off the couch and grabbed him and told him that was dangerous and took it away.

Then, he went into the kitchen and got this long rope I used for the dog sometimes and he started running around in a circle while he was wrapping the rope around his neck. I took it away from him and woke up my friend. I told her if he's going to kill himself, he's going to do it on her watch, not mine. I don't have kids and was freaking out that he did these things in the space of one minute while watching Barney.

I always wondered where these weird ideas came from, and why they popped into his head while we were watching Barney the Purple Dinosaur. I even called Nancy Grace once and told the story and she put me on the air. Now I'm inclined to believe it was subliminal Barney mind f*#k of some sort.
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Joshua Flynn
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Catseye  Wrote: (10-16-2012 02:47 AM)
That reminds me of something that happened a few years ago and I never connected it to something ulterior until you posted this, Joshua.

I had a roommate and she had a 2 year old. One Saturday morning, I was up before her and the kid and I were watching Barney. I didn't really mind, he was a cute kid. So Barney is dancing around and singing some song and all of a sudden, Josh runs out of the living room and back to his bedroom. In just a few seconds, he came running back into the living room with a metal coat hanger and went right up to one of the electrical outlets on the wall and tried to poke the hanger into it. I leaped off the couch and grabbed him and told him that was dangerous and took it away.

Then, he went into the kitchen and got this long rope I used for the dog sometimes and he started running around in a circle while he was wrapping the rope around his neck. I took it away from him and woke up my friend. I told her if he's going to kill himself, he's going to do it on her watch, not mine. I don't have kids and was freaking out that he did these things in the space of one minute while watching Barney.

I always wondered where these weird ideas came from, and why they popped into his head while we were watching Barney the Purple Dinosaur. I even called Nancy Grace once and told the story and she put me on the air. Now I'm inclined to believe it was subliminal Barney mind f*#k of some sort.

That sounds extremely strange, and one wonders how he even knew to put the metal hanger into a socket or to apply a rope to his neck (that's more an adult concept, not really something kid's should know). Strange behaviours indeed.

Sterilising GM foods, an almost idiocracy society (where pizza's are deemed vegetables and junk food is cheaper than raw healthy food)... army have been known to conduct experiments on the masses, and without ethical restraint, games and TV would be small fry in comparison.

How to filter radioactive water:
http://www.oism.org/nwss/s73p919.htm

Disturbed  Wrote: (01-03-2014 07:10 AM)
Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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