Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Mind Control in Animals

A short History of Animal Brain Telemetry: (Brain remote control)

A multi-channel telemetry system for brain microstimulation in freely roaming animals,
by Shaohua Xu, Sanjiv K. Talwar, Emerson S. Hawley, Lei Li and John K. Chapin, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 29 may 2003.

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/picrender.fcgi?artid=1188390&blobtype=pdf
A brief history of brain stimulation. In: Principles of brain stimulation.,
by JS Yeomans, Oxford University Press: New York; 1990. pp. 3–19.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1137218
Two-way transdermal communication with the brain.,
by Delgado JMR, Lipponen V, Weiss G, del Pozo F, Monteagudo JL, McMahon R.,
Am Psychol 1975;30: pp. 265–73.

http://stinet.dtic.mil/stinet/jsp/advanced-tr.jsp (search: electronarcosis)
Title: Shark Dart Electronic Circuit.
AD Number: AD0164212 Corporate Author: DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON D C

Personal Author: Blanc,Clarence G. Report Date: December 14, 1971 Distribution Code: 01 - APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Source Code: 110050 From the collection: Technical Reports.

http://www.pesquisapsi.com/books/teopsi/Bibliography.html (no.:112)
Biologicheskaya Radiosvyas (Biological Radio),
by Bernard Bernardovich Kazhinsky,

Ukranian Academy of Sciences, Kivz, 1962 [in Russian]

http://stinet.dtic.mil/oai/oai?verb=getRecord&metadataPrefix=html&identifier=AD0415676
BIOLOGICAL RADIO COMMUNICATIONS,
Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO,

Personal Author(s) : Kazhinskiy,B.B., Report Date : 31 FEB 1963, Accession Number : AD0415676, Pagination or Media Count : 171
Abstract: Contents: A CLEAR CASE OF BIOLOGICAL RADIO COMMUNICATION:
Searching for Analogies; The Nervous System and Radio Engineering;
The First Sallies Into the Open;
Laboratory Experiment. ONG THE QUADRUPED AND FEATHERED FRIENDS OF V. L. DUROV: The Dog Mars Puts the Skeptics to Shame;
I Play the Part of a Test Subject; The Faraday Cage; The Two-Number Riddle;
Decisive Experiments of Soviet Scientists; Radio Communication Among insects.
RAYS OF VISION: Electricity Everywhere; The Yogis Have Known It for a Long Time;
A Word About Emotions.
THE EAR: AN ANALYZER OF BIO-ELECTRO MAGNETIC WAVES OF ACOUSTICAL FREQUENCY:
Two-Way Communication circuits in the Nerves; Pain at a Distance.
HOW MATTER (BRAIN) THINKS: Memory, A Kind of Hysteresis; Neurons and a Telegraph Cable;
Reflex Arches; Memory Storage. K. E. TSIOLKOVSKIY ON TELEPATHY: Professor Ivantsov's Doubts; My Rebuttal; But I Am Not Alone; A. V. Leontovich's Work Supports the Theory of Biological Radio Communication; Our Ranks Are Steadily Growing. THE FRIENDS AND ENEMIES ABROAD: Interesting Observations in Canada; Thousands of Kilometers Away; Some Results and Prospects. (Author)
Descriptors : *BIONICS, COMMUNICATION AND RADIO SYSTEMS, PARAPSYCHOLOGY,

INFORMATION THEORY, BRAIN, NERVOUS SYSTEM, BIBLIOGRAPHIES.

Remote brain stimulation and relationships between parameters of stimulation and learning.,

by JA. Gengerelli, In: Sheer DE, editor. Electrical stimulation of the brain.
University of Texas Press: Austin; 1961. pp. 155–64.

Apparatus for chronic stimulation of the brain of the rat by radiofrequency transmission.,
by Greer MA, Riggle GC., Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 1957;9: pp. 151–5.

http://mrw.interscience.wiley.com/ecs/articles/s00466/frame.html
Positive reinfrocement produced by electrical stimulation of septal area and other regions of rat brain.,
by Olds J, Milner PM., J Comp Physiol Psychol 1954;47: pp. 419–27.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&uid=17816859http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/reprint/110/2849/140
A technique for chronic remote nerve stimulation.,
by Lafferty JM, Farrell JJ., Science 5 aug. 1949;110: pp. 140–141

DOI: 10.1126/science.110.2849.140.

http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/reprint/79/2048/299
Electrical excitation of the nervous system—introducing a new principle: remote control.,
by Light RU, Chaffee EL., Science 30 mar. 1934;79: pp. 299–300.

DOI: 10.1126/science.79.2048.299

http://www.springerlink.com/content/l230867105183973/fulltext.pdf
Lapicque’s 1907 paper: from frogs to integrate-and-fire,
by N Brunel M.C.W. van Rossum, Biological Cybernetics 4 Oct. 2007,
DOI 10.1007/s00422-007-0190-0 Abstract: Exactly 100 years ago, Louis Lapicque published a paper on the excitability of nerves that is often cited in the context of integrate-and-fire neurons. We discuss Lapicque’s contributions along with a translation of the original publication.


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