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Mind Control
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RE: Mind Control
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Post: #107
RE: Mind Control
Wow
Those under the hypnotic spell

Trying to guess other peoples confusion

Long ago we'd play card games
For fun

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Post: #108
RE: Mind Control
False memory tasks do not reliably predict other false memories.
Patihis, Lawrence,Frenda, Steven J.,Loftus, Elizabeth F.
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice, Vol 5(2), Jun 2018, 140-160

Several laboratory techniques have been developed over the last few decades that reliably produce memory distortions. However, it is unclear whether false memory production in one experimental paradigm will predict susceptibility to false memories in other paradigms. In Experiment 1, 202 undergraduates participated in a misinformation experiment and semiautobiographical tasks involving three measures of memory distortion (suggestion, imagination, emotion). We established high internal consistency in individual differences measures and statistically significant experimental effects where we would expect them (e.g., the misinformation effect).

However, false memory production in one task did not predict false memories in other paradigms. In Experiment 2, 163 adults participated in a misinformation experiment, a false memory word list task (Deese–Roediger–McDermott), and semiautobiographical false news story tasks. Again we found no consistent predictive relationships among various false memories.

In both studies, no individual differences predicted memory distortion susceptibility consistently across tasks and across experiments. At this time, false memory production in a given laboratory task does not appear to adequately predict false memories in other tasks, a finding with implications for using these tasks to predict memory distortion in real world situations.

http://psycnet.apa.org/doiLanding?doi=10...cns0000147

We need more reliable false memory implantation methods.

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Post: #109
RE: Mind Control
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (07-05-2018 10:37 PM)
tamarack  Wrote: (07-05-2018 09:26 PM)
Work an or two every day!?

Are you joking?

If not, let me guess, you don't have any kids.

Original affluent society

The "original affluent society" is a theory postulating that hunter-gatherers were the original affluent society. This theory was first articulated by Marshall Sahlins at a symposium entitled "Man the Hunter" in 1966.[1] The significance of the theory stems from its role in shifting anthropological thought away from seeing hunter-gatherer societies as primitive, to seeing them as practitioners of a refined mode of subsistence.

At the time of the symposium new research by anthropologists, such as Richard B. Lee's work on the !Kung of southern Africa, was challenging popular notions that hunter-gatherer societies were always near the brink of starvation and continuously engaged in a struggle for survival.[2] Sahlins gathered the data from these studies and used it to support a comprehensive argument that states that hunter-gatherers did not suffer from deprivation, but instead lived in a society in which "all the people's wants are easily satisfied."[3]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Original_affluent_society

Not my theory, I didn't invent it, and it's not what I'm seeking.

I do more work as a hobbyist than your average person at a full time job.

It's not about laziness.

My points are regarding self-determination.

Luvapottamus, those authors don't have kids either.

These theories are garbage. Any parent, and grand-parent, at any time
in history worked their asses off to care for their families.

Children don't raise themselves.

The whole point of society is to raise children.
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Post: #110
RE: Mind Control
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-29-2018 05:23 PM)
Every form of communication is a form of mind control.

If you read the above sentence for example, I just controlled your mind by stimulating it to consider the truth or falsehood of that statement.

Beginning in the Renaissance period, as Kings began to consolidate their power away from feudal lords, they invested heavily in propaganda efforts.

And it was effective.

Churches have always used refined forms of mind control, including dogma, ritual, and architecture.

It's not always a bad thing, people glean enjoyment from these things, and at best gain wisdom, knowledge, and social stability.

Agrarian cultures depend on stratified social cohesion in order to fulfill the primary needs of the culture: planting and harvesting crops.

But as we shifted towards CONSUMER CULTURE, these methods were re-purposed from inciting work towards inciting desire for things we don't need. (Tricking people into working FOR things they don't need.)

And the intelligence services and political campi refined them further towards their purposes.

MK projects from the CIA being one of the craziest versions.

That never ended. There were hearings, we got mad, they pretended to stop, but didn't.

Post anything you want about mind control, I'll probably focus most of my contributions on electronic methods...
minds don't exist
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Post: #111
RE: Mind Control
I gave 5 stars because there is truth in this, but you're better off not knowing it.

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Luvapottamus
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Post: #112
RE: Mind Control
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-07-2018 05:10 AM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (07-05-2018 10:37 PM)
Original affluent society

The "original affluent society" is a theory postulating that hunter-gatherers were the original affluent society. This theory was first articulated by Marshall Sahlins at a symposium entitled "Man the Hunter" in 1966.[1] The significance of the theory stems from its role in shifting anthropological thought away from seeing hunter-gatherer societies as primitive, to seeing them as practitioners of a refined mode of subsistence.

At the time of the symposium new research by anthropologists, such as Richard B. Lee's work on the !Kung of southern Africa, was challenging popular notions that hunter-gatherer societies were always near the brink of starvation and continuously engaged in a struggle for survival.[2] Sahlins gathered the data from these studies and used it to support a comprehensive argument that states that hunter-gatherers did not suffer from deprivation, but instead lived in a society in which "all the people's wants are easily satisfied."[3]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Original_affluent_society

Not my theory, I didn't invent it, and it's not what I'm seeking.

I do more work as a hobbyist than your average person at a full time job.

It's not about laziness.

My points are regarding self-determination.

Luvapottamus, those authors don't have kids either.

These theories are garbage. Any parent, and grand-parent, at any time
in history worked their asses off to care for their families.

Children don't raise themselves.

The whole point of society is to raise children.

Exactly. But that's not work, that's living.

Before the divorce my ex and myself each paid one months salary for daycare for her son.

We each worked an entire month just so we could work the other eleven months.

Paleos didn't do that.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
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Progress in Quest to Develop a Human Memory Prosthesis
Researchers used patterned stimulation derived from patients’ own neural activity to facilitate encoding of episodic memories

DARPA launched the Restoring Active Memory (RAM) program in November 2013 with the goal of developing a fully implantable, closed-loop neural interface capable of restoring normal memory function to military personnel suffering from the effects of brain injury or illness. Just over four years later, the program is returning remarkable results. Today, RAM researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the University of Southern California published in the Journal of Neural Engineering that they have demonstrated the first successful implementation in humans of a proof-of-concept system for restoring memory function by facilitating memory encoding using the patient’s own neural codes. Volunteers in the study demonstrated up to 37 percent improvement in short-term, working memory over baseline levels.

“DARPA’s cumulative investments in neurotechnology over the past two decades have brought us to an extremely exciting point today where we’re testing tangible technologies that have the potential to alleviate some of the worst effects of brain injury and illness,” said Justin Sanchez, the director of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office and the program manager for RAM.

RAM researchers focused on episodic memory, which includes information a person need only remember for brief periods, such as where a car is parked, what was served for dinner on a previous evening, or when he or she last took medication. Episodic memory loss is the most common type of memory loss in people with brain injury or Alzheimer’s disease.

To improve episodic memory, the RAM team limited its study to the hippocampus, a region of the brain that is central to memory formation. The hippocampus includes sub-regions called CA3 and CA1 that function together to support memory encoding and retrieval. When the brain registers new information to be encoded as a memory, neurons in the CA3 region fire, marking the input of information into the hippocampus, which triggers a subsequent sequence of neural activity in the CA1 region, marking the output from the hippocampus.

Working with neurosurgical patient volunteers who were being treated for epilepsy—a condition that often causes memory loss—the RAM researchers used surgically implanted electrodes to record neuronal activity in the volunteers’ CA3 and CA1 regions as the volunteers performed a visual memory test. The study participants were shown a simple image such as a color block and then, after a brief delay during which the screen was blank, were asked to identify the initial image out of four or five others shown on the screen.

By analyzing the recordings associated with correct responses, the researchers were able to construct what’s known as a multi-input multi-output (MIMO) nonlinear, mathematical, spatiotemporal model that predicted the transformation of neuronal firing patterns in the CA3 region into neuronal firing patterns in the CA1 region during successful memory formation...

https://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2018-03-28

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Post: #114
RE: Mind Control
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Post: #115
RE: Mind Control
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-06-2018 10:28 AM)
Wow
Those under the hypnotic spell

Trying to guess other peoples confusion

Long ago we'd play card games
For fun

chuckle

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Corosive  Wrote: (07-07-2018 05:28 AM)
I gave 5 stars because there is truth in this, but you're better off not knowing it.

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