DARPA Creating New Mind Control Program For ‘Brain-Hacking’

IMG_0271.JPGDARPA is further mainstreaming mind control by bringing about ‘upload learning.’ The ‘mad scientist’ group behind the program, Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT), is attempting to alter the way a participant’s neurons connect with one another. According to Future; “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 — a requirement for learning. “ DARPA plans to make the mind and nervous system subject to a ‘workout regimen’ which would include subjecting oneself to mind control of sorts……Read More

DARPA Is Planning to Hack the Human Brain to Let Us “Upload” Skills

IMG_0237.JPGThe U.S. military’s “mad science” branch — announced their Targeted Neuroplasticity Training (TNT) program. 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 — a requirement for learning. DARPA hopes that building up that ability by subjecting the nervous system to a kind of workout ruegimen will enable the brain to learn more quickly. The ideal end benefit for this kind of breakthrough would be downloadable learning. Rather than needing to learn, for example, a new language through rigorous study and practice over a long period of time, we could basically “download” the knowledge after putting our minds into a highly receptive, neuroplastic state……Read More

Will Nanoweapons Of Mass Destruction (NMD) Fulfill Prophecy? Be “Our Final Invention”?

IMG_0019In 2008, experts surveyed at the Global Catastrophic Risk Conference at the University of Oxford predicted that nanoweapons have a high probability of causing human extinction by the year 2100. Are these experts right? Unfortunately, all the evidence to date suggests they are […] What makes nanoweapons more problematic than nuclear weapons is our potential to lose control over them. For example, consider a nanobot that mimics an innocuous fly. It could be a surveillance or lethal nanoweapon. This may sound like science fiction, but it is not. On Dec. 16, 2014, the United States Army Research Laboratory announced development of a fly drone weighing only a small fraction of a gram. Using DARPA’s Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program, which allows small drones to enter buildings and avoid crashing into objects, the fly drone could… deposit a small, but lethal amount of toxin in the adversary’s food or water. The most lethal toxin known is botulism H. As little as 100 nanograms of botulism H is lethal to humans, who would be unable to smell, taste, or see that amount of toxin. Imagine 50 million fly drones, each able to deliver a lethal toxin. In that quantity, the fly drones become nanoweapons of mass destruction. However, a quantity of that size raises a question, How do we control these nanoweapons of mass destruction? If we lost control, the fly drones could spread beyond the adversary’s boarder and begin killing indiscriminately… Read More

Pentagon’s DARPA Hopes Bitcoin Technology Can Help Protect Nukes

1039905200(DARPA) – The Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking into engaging blockchain technology used by the cryptocurrency bitcoin for securing nuclear weapons and surveillance satellites.Blockchain tech was originally designed to track and accurately process the transfer of bitcoins, serving as a kind of recorded timeline of the activities of the virtual currency. Timothy Booher, DARPA program manager in charge of studying the use of blockchain technology, explained that the tech shows excellent data integrity, indicating high accuracy and consistency of the data stored in a database. The tech could also provide intelligence on whether military databases or critical pieces of data have been modified, hacked or spied on by outside actors. Read More

New vaccines will permanently alter human DNA -The Grand Experiment to Create an Altered Species – You Won’t Know It Has Happened To You

imageConsider this article in light of the accelerating push to mandate and enforce vaccination across the planet. The reference is the New York Times, 3/9/2015, “Protection Without a Vaccine.” It describes the frontier of research. Here are key quotes that illustrate the use of synthetic genes to “protect against disease,” while changing the genetic makeup of humans. This is not science fiction: “By delivering synthetic genes into the muscles of the [experimental] monkeys, the scientists are essentially re-engineering the animals to resist disease.” “’The sky’s the limit,’ said Michael Farzan, an immunologist at Scripps and lead author of the new study.” “The first human trial based on this strategy — called immunoprophylaxis by gene transfer, or I.G.T. — is underway, and several new ones are planned.” “I.G.T. is altogether different from traditional vaccination. It is instead a form of gene therapy. Scientists isolate the genes that produce powerful antibodies against certain diseases and then synthesize artificial versions. The genes are placed into viruses and injected into human tissue, usually muscle.” Read Article

Will DARPA’S self-mutating vaccines lead to an “Armageddon Strain” virus

Armageddon-Virus_708x350-1Viruses, by their very nature, are really tricky to deal with. We find a solution, they evolve, and suddenly our solution no longer works. Flu is a typical example of this, which is why the vaccine is refreshed each year at great expense. But flu is among the least of our viral problems; Zika, Ebola and Dengue are far more of a risk. How do you begin to deal with viruses that mutate quicker than we can provide vaccines or antivirals? DARPA, the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, thinks the solution may be playing the enemy at its own game, and making vaccines that reproduce and evolve faster than the viruses they target.  Read Article

US prepares to hunt enemy submarines with giant sea drone

image.jpegPentagon’s research agency DARPA has beefed up the US underwater warfare capabilities by launching a futuristic autonomous drone, designed to hunt down stealthy, silent enemy submarines. The surface anti-submarine Sea Hunter, part of the ACTUV program, has already completed speed tests where it reached a top speed of 27 knots (50 km/h). A fleet of such drones could join the US Navy by 2018, with engineering company Leidos citing an “underwater arms race” ‒ fueled by low-cost Russian diesel-electric submarines ‒ as one reason for its development. Read Article