DHS Must Be Desperate -Mind Control?

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  1. FetePerfection
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    http://mindcontrol101.blogspot.com/2010/12/weird-russian-mind-control-research.html

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    "The future of U.S. anti-terrorism technology could lie near the end of a Moscow subway line in a circular dungeon-like room with a single door and no windows. Here, at the Psychotechnology Research Institute, human subjects submit to experiments aimed at manipulating their subconscious minds."

    "The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has gone to many strange places in its search for ways to identify terrorists before they attack, but perhaps none stranger than this lab on the outskirts of Russia's capital."


    "Gear for testing MindReader 2.0 software hangs on a wall at the Psychotechnology Research Institute in Moscow. Marketed in North America as SSRM Tek, the technology will soon be tested for airport screening by a U.S. company under contract to the Department of Homeland Security.

    "If it's a clean result, the passengers are allowed through," said Rusalkina, during a reporter's visit last year. "If there's something there, that person will need to go through extra checks."

    "In the United States, talk of mind control typically evokes visions of tinfoil hats. But the idea of psychotronic weapons enjoys some respectability in Russia. In the late 1990s, Vladimir Lopatin, then a member of the Duma, Russia's parliament, pushed to restrict mind control weapons, a move that was taken seriously in Russia but elicited some curious mentions in the Western press. In an interview in Moscow, Lopatin, who has since left the Duma, cited Smirnov's work as proof that such weaponry is real."

    Hmmm don't we have a MP member who wears tinfoil hats??? Seriously though, I'm interested if other think this is science or science-fiction.
     
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    Remember that research in the USA, especially if funded by the government, must conform to stricter rules involving the protection, privacy, and informed consent of human subjects.
     
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    Well.. there's always places like Guantanamo bay for that
     
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    Cool! DHS is finally using some science in their methods. Granted, it's science fiction, but at least it includes the word "science."

    Mike
     
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