I have read articles on mind reading and its pretty intense stuff. Do you believe in mind reading?
From what I have understood even the MI6 read peoples minds and use it for communication. This technology can be used to read peoples thoughts, minds and to communicate. It can also be used to conduct psychological research of the mind.
Do you believe in mind reading for communication and research?
If you could read peoples minds then what are the possibilities, research on sleep or even sleep hypnoses could be conducted. What would happen if you hypnotised someone in their sleep. Zombie?
This technology was supposed to have been present from 1970 and onwards. I am sure the russian inventors have developed with it. This technology can also be used to study human behaviour and its results have been significant. The different types of research that could be conducted include bollemia (vomiting after eating excessively against your free will), schizophrenia, excessive exercising, suicide and others.
Some people possibly vomit while others do not!
Even the koreans are doing it!
This technology does things against your free will and enforces individual behavioural characteristics, as I would like to put it. Individual characteristics based on their psychoses which is a psychological mental illness which could be deliberately invoked to understant these characteristics.
The possiblities are endless but the technology to me sounds realistic as we have the capabilities to do it, and there are huge amounts of information about it on the internet. Its related to electromagnetic low frequency mind reading. One of the articles mentioned a subject who was made to eat against his free will, then stop eating against his free will while excessively exercising and then gain weight by excessively eating among other research being conducted on him. It sounds like a really oppressive technology, but the number of subjects being put through it are not so many compared to the world population.
One of the articles I have read mentioned the study of suicide using this technology in korea. Its a very interesting topic and I would like to hear what you think of mind reading technology using ELF frequency. Why dont you research about it yourself and tell me what you think.
The author George Orwell wrote a novel called 1984 about a society which is controlled against their will using a similiar type of technology. This society might not be so fiction if its real.
I think this technology, like the internet is just another emerging technology in our society that takes its time before its fully established. The only difference is that this new society is an evolving society based on confidentiality and conspiracies. Its a hidden society which probably started off in some country like russia being used in a socialist regime. I dont think the countries using this are socialist but its still a hidden regime which will establish itself in a different way. It will give people a new identity for the sake of national security. The technology could decipher who is lying and who is telling the truth, judging people accurately without any problems. Its not so bad for most people but for a few research subjects
it undermines the fundementals of freedom and personal liberation especially if the research is on suicide. The word "Harassment" probably sums up what these subjects are going through. The fact that we are not all leaving countries who are carrying out these types of research should indicate that its not conducted on a significant number of people. Whether the subjects matter depends on the democratic regime that these subjects are living in.
As the saying goes, "Its a dog eat dog world" and we are all dogs in this new emerging society. Oppressing and prejudicing certain people shouldn't be a problem with this technology. Our modern technology currently allows us to effectively observe and prejudice any person for research that its effective use outweights its disadvantages for national security.
A hidden society which only know of this technology and use it for communication could make such prejudice activity a sane and moral action which is justified by human rights. If its true that we could be made to accept this technology against our free will, then we could be made to rely more heavily on intellectual rights for moral justification.