Ultrasound: The Mastermind of Mind Control for U.S. Military

Ultrasound: The Mastermind of Mind Control for U.S. Military

Much of Tyler's research involves areas of the deep brain, where traditional ultrasound waves cannot penetrate. Doctors already have devised invasive ways to stimulate the deep brain with diseases like Parkinson's and severe cases of depression, but those methods require surgery and electro-stimulation.

With Tyler's new research, a new transcranial pulsed ultrasound was created so that scientists do not have to cut open the brain to stimulate it. These new ultrasound devices could potentially be placed in soldiers' helmet and could target deep brain regions with high degrees of accuracy to control specific parts of the brain--within 2-3 mm.

According to Wired,

...Using a microcontroller device, the ultrasound would stimulate different brain regions to boost troop alertness and cognition, relieve stress and pain, and protect them against traumatic brain injuries....


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Christine Erikson

what is your bet that these ultrasound
beams stimulate the same general places
that methamphetamine does, with the same
results – useful for a while, then
physical and mental breakdown?