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Global Neuroethics Conference 2019: The Neuro-Specific Human Rights Bill Proposal

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“Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimetres inside your skull.” -George Orwell, 1984

The quoted sentence conveys the idea that the mind is a kind of last refuge of personal freedom and self-determination. 755 more words

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Allison Ireland on Neuroweapons - Targeted Individuals - Innocent American Civilians

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Dangerous neuro technology is being used to hack, control and torture innocent people around the world.

This is a factual statement you probably or may not believe this right now, but my hope is by the conclusion of this lecture in this evening you might be more convinced. 3,970 more words

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Allison Ireland on Neuroweapons - Targeted Individuals - Innocent American Civilians - V2K

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Dangerous neuro technology is being used to hack, control and torture innocent people around the world.

This is a factual statement you probably or may not believe this right now, but my hope is by the conclusion of this lecture in this evening you might be more convinced. 3,977 more words

Targeted Individuals

The Global Neuroethics Conference 2019: Neuro-Specific Human Rights Bill Proposal - Targeted Individuals

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Neuro-Specific Human Rights Bill: The Global Neuroethics Conference 2019

The Global Neuroethics Conference is an event that will educate the general populace on the current exponential growth within the fields of neuroscience and neurotechnology; while simultaneously elaborating on the need for new neuro-specific human rights. 599 more words

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Allison Ireland - American Civilians Being Targeted with Neuroweapons (Targeted Individuals)

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Dangerous neurotechnology is being used to hack, control, and torture innocent people around the world. This is a factual statement. You probably, or may not believe this right now, but my hope is by the conclusion of… 4,020 more words

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