Facebook as the meeting room of different interests may contribute the best to humanity by focusing on problems which stimulate rehumanization and advance of human culture. The fact that we, the people, do look alike physically, does not mean we belong on one and the same category. What common could have a killer or psychotronic terrorist with the newborn, the perfect neighbor, ect.? Not only wealth and education, but the thinking make people different categories nowadays being on both sides on the wall of moral – peaceful humans and violent humans. The problem is global – how to reveal and punish the invisible crime of the psychotronic terrorists? Even though the targeted individuals have become stronger because of the transparency and shared experience, psychotronic terrorists continue to believe that there is no law and no power which can catch and punish them becoming more arrogant and more violent.
Then, most contributing groups at Facebook are those of targeted individuals by psychotronic terrorists. These are the groups that can bring the revolution in human culture by making finally lawmakers contribute to the revealing of the psychotronic terrorism as most dangerous crime in contemporary society.Today in countries like Bulgaria where the descendant communist regime continues to poison humanity, at least one gang of psychotronic terrorists is known by names but nobody cares that this gang may relate even to serial killers (H. Todorova with gang) (Nikolova 2011). The works of José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado (online) may indicate that H. Todorova has been using devices and her son I. Vajsov has functioned at the Archaeological Institute and Museum to distribute brain implants in their targeted individuals. However, it is probably possible the human energy and electromagnetic waves to have been used without chips in the heads of the targeted victims. Learning more about what science knows about brain control (e.g. Nicolelis 2011), may help to learn how to reveal the crime of the psychotronic terrorists to become visible for the humankind.
All current descriptions of the targeted individuals at Facebook and elsewhere have been increasing the value of the works by José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado, although reject his belief that mind control can be used widely for social control (Pieribone & Gruber 217). Using brain implants for humanistic goals (see the video) does not mean that technology and knowledge should replace culture that make people humans through the processes of enculturation and socialization. The global culture understanding of human and humanity calls for new type of research as a candidate even for Nobel Prize – how to document the invisible crime of the psychotronic terrorists in order to be sued as social abusers with most terrifying anti-social behavior.
Revealing the names and discussing of the visible and invisible behavior of the psychotronic terrorists are probably among the most important contributions to humanity in the 21st century.
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Delgado, J.M. R. (1969). Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society. World Bank Publications.
Delgado, J.M. R. (1973). Emotions: Introduction to General Psychology. W.C. Brown Company.
José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado (online). wikipedia.com
Nicolelis, M. (2011). Beyond Boundaries: The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines and How It will Change Our Lives. Times books.
Nikolova, L.(2011). Archaeology and behavior. http://www.iianthropology.org/files/archaeologyandbehavior2.pdf
Pieribone, V. & Gruber, D. F. Aglow in the Dark: The Revolutionary Science of Biofluorescence. Harvard College (Canada).
From Wikipedia about José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado:
José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado (August 8, 1915 – September 15, 2011) was a Spanish professor of physiology at Yale University, famed for his research into mind control through electrical stimulation of regions in the brain… Delgado's research interests centered on the use of electrical signals to evoke responses in the brain. His earliest work was with cats, but he later did experiments with monkeys and humans, including psychiatric patients…
Much of Delgado's work was with an invention he called a stimoceiver, a radio which joined a stimulator of brain waves with a receiver which monitored E.E.G. waves and sent them back on separate radio channels…. The stimoceiver could be used to stimulate emotions and control behavior. According to Delgado (1968), "Radio Stimulation of different points in the amygdala and hippocampus in the four patients produced a variety of effects, including pleasant sensations, elation, deep, thoughtful concentration, odd feelings, super relaxation, colored visions, and other responses." Delgado stated that "brain transmitters can remain in a person's head for life. The energy to activate the brain transmitter is transmitted by way of radio frequencies."
Using the stimoceiver, Delgado found that he could not only elicit emotions, but he could also elicit specific physical reactions. These specific physical reactions, such as the movement of a limb or the clenching of a fist, were achieved when Delgado stimulated the motor cortex. A human whose implants were stimulated to produce a reaction were unable to resist the reaction and so one patient said “I guess, doctor, that your electricity is stronger than my will”. Some consider one of Delgado's most promising finds is that of an area called the septum within the limbic region. This area, when stimulated by Delgado, produced feelings of strong euphoria. These euphoric feelings were sometimes strong enough to overcome physical pain and depression.