Three new links regarding what little is known publicly about USSR/Russian nonconventional weapons research as compared to US’ (eg, mind control electronics and deterrents with militarized police/crowd control applications). Some new terminology in there. Torsionics and information weapons to name two.
INQUISITR, “Mind Control Research In Russia Was A Weapons Race With US”, December 18, 2013:
Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said last year that his ministry was working on “weaponry based on new physics principles.” This includes “direct-energy weapons, geophysical weapons, genetic weapons” and other science fiction-sounding technology. He has since been fired.
Emphasis added. Putin must be a Monty Python fan. This is the same guy I quoted some posts below.
RT, “Billion dollar race: Soviet Union vied with US in ‘mind control research’”, December, 17, 2013:
“Over the past years, US researchers have confirmed the possibility of affecting functions of the nervous system by weak electromagnetic fields (EMFs), as it was previously said by Soviet researchers. EMFs may cause acoustic hallucination (’radiosound’) and reduce the sensitivity of humans and animals to some other stimuli, to change the activity of the brain (especially the hypothalamus and the cortex), to break the processes of formation processing and information storage in the brain. These nonspecific changes in the central nervous system can serve as a basis for studying the possibilities of the direct influence of EMFs on specific functions of CNS,” read an article in Nauka (Science) magazine in 1982.
And a recent paper:
Cornell University Library, “Unconventional research in USSR and Russia: short overview”, Serge Kernbach, December 4, 2013:
And an older one, probably better than the 1991 paper presented to NATO I usually pimp (though what the doctor described is startlingly similar to the experiences of many TIs) on doing this stuff for political purposes is this article:
Global Research, “Electromagnetic and Informational Weapons: The Remote Manipulation of the Human Brain”, Mojmir Babacek, August, 6 2004:
“cause the blocking of the freedom of will of a human being on a subliminal level” or “instillation into the consciousness or subconsciousness of a human being of information which will trigger a faulty or erroneous perception of reality” (19).
If in use, wouldn’t it be much bigger news than NSA surveillance (though proper use of some of this tech would require that)?
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