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Electromagnetic and Informational Weapons: The Remote Manipulation of the Human Brain

By Mojmir Babacek | Global Research

This important article first published by GR in August 2004 brings  to the forefront the role of Psychotronic weapons as an instrument of modern warfare. 3,642 more words


This Thing We Call Life

12-27-17  my parents’ house in Missoula

I could feel worse.  I have felt worse, as recently as yesterday.  Intellectually, I know that, but I don’t remember what worse… 283 more words


What is the Bias of a Network

What is a Neural Network

Before actually going on and about the Neural Nets and its effect on the modern-day Computation scene, let us first draw some motivation with regards to its origins and understanding the brilliance behind it. 470 more words


Physicists Overturn a 100-Year-Old Assumption on How Brains Work

The human brain contains a little over 80-odd billion neurons, each joining with other cells to create trillions of connections called synapses.

The numbers are mind-boggling, but the way each individual nerve cell contributes to the brain’s functions is still an area of contention. 488 more words



A group of fifth-graders sits in the hallway, making a poster about the human nervous system. I stop to admire their work:

“Wow, that’s a really vivid brain you have there.” It is, in fact, neatly colored with the brightest neon pink. 612 more words

Fran Haley