Artificial Intelligence roll-out to control humans begins

The first phase of crippling the human brain through childhood vaccinations and the use of high doses of paracetamol as in Calpol is already complete.  Millions of children are now successfully incapacitated worldwide with excess fear, aggression, inability to see an overview or experience empathy and trust of others.  That’s what the vaccination programme has been about all along.  Dismantling humanity’s amazing ability to heal over conflict and cooperate to build better lives for everyone is part one of the AI programme..

The second phase of  is now being rolled out – which is the taking control of these crippled minds with artificial intelligence, and using them to create conflict and become effective slaves to the system, which wants humanity cooperating and prospering no more.

Hypnosis by use of electronic gadgets and gaming is also part of this programme of control.  For full details go to Dr Graham Downing’s research.

How kids become autistic.  Calpol and  Vaccines destroy key linkages in the brain.

‘Window on the Brain’: US Starts Testing Mood Changing Implants on Humans

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Two scientific teams from the University of California and Massachusetts General Hospital, funded by the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), are using “closed-loop” implants to create algorithms to detect various mood disorders and “shake” the brain back to a healthy state, Nature wrote.

The neural implants, which generate electrical pulses that regulate human feelings and behavior, could stimulate the brain to treat mental disorders, including dementia and Alzheimer’s.

The device, believed to be able to treat nervous conditions like depression and post-traumatic syndromes, has already been tested on six volunteers.Experts hope that, unlike previous attempts at deep-brain stimulation, closed-loop stimulation will provide better long-term treatment for mood disorders, as the new generation of algorithms is more personalized and based on physiological signals, rather than a doctor’s judgement, Nature wrote.

Edward Chang, a neuroscientist, who is leading one of the projects, believes that data from the brain implant trials could help develop non-invasive therapies for mental illnesses that stimulate the brain through the skull.

“The exciting thing about these technologies is that for the first time we’re going to have a window on the brain where we know what’s happening in the brain when someone relapses,” Dr. Chung told Nature.

According to media reports earlier this month, a team of University of Southern California neurologists demonstrated the use of a brain implant to improve human memory.

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