European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) on ICT implants

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In 2005, The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE), presented an opinion (nr. 20), on ICT implants to the European Commission. ICT stands for Information and Communication Technologies, meaning that the implants in the human body can be used as a way to send information and communicate with the outside world.

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Invasion of the Body Snatchers? Covert Experimentation

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The United States has a long history of non consensual experimentation … no one can dispute this ….

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_depopu28.htm

Well, it appears that they’re at it again as thousands around the world complain of painful electronic assaults which are affecting their bodies and minds …. Of course, the attempts to discredit these reports are well funded, … I guess that defense contractors don’t want to give up their huge multi-million dollar contracts, …. the pain and horror inflicted upon the victims doesn’t seem to matter … it’s a matter of National Security they’ll say … collateral damage they’ll say …. yeah right, but never any mention of one dime for the victims who are often tortured for years at a time with these war toys … it’s as if they’re not even human beings, just lab rats, nothing more … another chapter from « The Death of Compassion » movement which we…

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Projecting a visual image directly into the brain, bypassing the eyes

Imagine replacing a damaged eye with a window directly into the brain — one that communicates with the visual part of the cerebral cortex by reading from a million individual neurons and simultaneously stimulating 1,000 of them with single-cell accuracy, allowing someone to see again.

That’s the goal of a $21.6 million DARPA award to the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley), one of six organizations funded by DARPA’s Neural Engineering System Design program announced this week to develop implantable, biocompatible neural interfaces that can compensate for visual or hearing deficits.*

The UCB researchers ultimately hope to build a device for use in humans. But the researchers’ goal during the four-year funding period is more modest: to create a prototype to read and write to the brains of model organisms — allowing for neural activity and behavior to be monitored and controlled simultaneously. These organisms include zebrafish larvae, which are transparent, and mice, via a transparent window in the skull.

Brain-wide activity in a zebrafish when it sees and tries to pursue prey (credit: Ehud Isacoff lab/UC Berkeley) Imagine replacing a damaged eye with a

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Former Navy Officer Dave Voigts Walks Across Country To Raise Awareness Of Non-Consensual Experiments – Power Hour Interview — Lissa’s Humane Life

Former U.S. Navy officer and graduate of U.S. Naval Academy David Voigts stopped Monday in Olney during a walk from Delaware to California along the American Discovery Trail to raise awareness for a growing group of victims including men, women, and children being assaulted with electronic weapons. He started the journey in May and plans […]

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