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Investigative Science and Technology Journalist Ramola D’s article covering Dr Millicent Black’s case of Domestic Violence and SERE Torture: “Electronic Slavery” in America: Military Neuro Weaponry Used Contractually by US Air Force Veteran to Abuse Exemplary and Highly Accomplished Tennessee Woman Pastor & Control Town
An episode of the Ground-Breaking History-Making Podcast Series Techno Crime Fighters Forum featuring regular TCFF members Dr Millicent Black, Ramola D, Dr Katherine Horton, Karen Melton-Stewart with Dr Millicent Black from her hospital bed after enforced Major Leg Surgery due to SERE Torture where part of her thigh bone had to be amputated as it had been microwaved to mush: Techno Crime Fighters Forum, Episode 52 at Ramola D Reports on You Tube
Below is an excerpt taken from Investigative Journalist Ramola D’s article: “Electronic Slavery” in America: Military Neuro Weaponry Used Contractually by US Air Force Veteran to Abuse Exemplary and Highly Accomplished Tennessee Woman Pastor & Control Town
BCI (Brain Computer Interface) communication is fully acknowledged by the military, as this research report by an Air Force Major Patrick Cutter for Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama explains:
“Networked BCI also allow for direct messaging between brains, a form of computer assisted telepathy. Practical direct brain to brain communication currently exists at a simple ‘morse-code’ level. It has been demonstrated that a subject using a non-invasive BCI can transmit thought generated stimulus over the internet into a second BCI-using operator, where the data is translated into stimulus projected into that subject’s visual cortex. In one experiment, the data was interpreted by the receiver as flashes of light within the peripheral vision. The first operator could control the transmissions and successfully sent messages to the second through this method. (57) Other civilian institutions have shown that not only intended speech, but covert speech or ‘the inner voice’, could also be detected by BCI, and be translated by software. (58) Other projects have been conducted to determine the possibility of ascertaining information such as passwords and PIN codes directly from the human brain. (59) The potential for this research is the development of the capability to transmit high quality complex data and ideas at a rapid rate and directly to the receiver’s mind. Synthetic telepathy may prove to be a revolutionary step in communications well before 2040.”— The Shape of Things to Come, The Military Benefits of the Brain-Computer-Interface in 2040