by Anthony Forwood
In other articles and documents I've published in the past, I've argued that remote mind-reading technologies are far more limited in their application than is commonly claimed or believed. Specifically, I have used the technology described in the 1976 Robert G. Malech patent (US patent #3951134) as the basis for my argument, since this patent is very often referred to as 'proof' that remote mind-reading is real as described in that patent. In that particular patent's description, the technology is described as being capable of targeting anyone by simply reading a target subject's brainwaves from a distance (such as by satellite) without the need for any prior direct contact with the target subject and without the requirement of any secondary devices (i.e. electronic implants, signal amplifiers/re-transmitters, electrode headsets, etc.) on or near the target subject.
I have also pointed out in various articles and documents (for instance, see 'Dissecting the Claims of Robert Duncan') that a patent grant does not mean that the technology or invention described within it will actually work, since a patent is simply a 'proof of concept', and what is described doesn't have to be proven to work as described.
The problem with the technology described in the Malech patent that makes it impossible to work is that brainwaves are far too weak to be picked up from any distance at all. I detail the technical complications involved in my document, 'A Primer on V2K vs. Remote Mind-Reading Technologies', available online.
All this being said, I've recently come across a patent for a remote mind-reading technology that more accurately describes what is required in order for it to work. The patent I'm referring to is US patent #6,011,991 A, which was granted to Technology Patents, Llc in 2000. It should be understood here that after the Malech patent was issued in 1976, the technical errors that were inherent in that patent have undoubtedly been recognized.
This later patent describes exactly the method I've been saying would be required for any remote mind-reading technology to work, in that a secondary device must be located on the target subject in order to pick up, amplify, and re-transmit brainwave signals (EEGs) to a remote receiving station, where they would then be matched against signature patterns that have already been pre-recorded.
Further, this later patent describes how such signature patterns would be acquired through the use of such a secondary device (such as an implant or electrode), where it must be located directly on or under the scalp of the target subject for the purpose of picking up brainwave signals, amplifying them, and transmitting them to a remote receiver. As I also state would be necessary, this patent suggests that hundreds or even thousands of such devices should be employed to improve signal accuracy and system functionality. A small number of such devices would otherwise make the technology extremely limited in its capabilities.
This later patent also describes how the brainwave signals are acquired in order to build up a database of signature patterns, which is of particular importance because it reflects exactly what many people describe regarding their experiences as targets of V2K, and would explain the interrogative experiences they are subjected to by the voices they hear. Specifically, this later patent details the following process:
- Asking the target subject a number of questions and recording brain activity in response to these questions in order to develop normalized or averaged brain activity information relating to the acquired responses;
- Asking the same questions many times in order to acquire a normalized average signature pattern of the same response;
- Asking different questions to acquire a set of different types of responses and/or to test against previously acquired signature patterns to assure their accuracy.
This later patent also suggests that signature patterns can be acquired through other means than just asking direct questions, including recording responses to visual, audible, olfactory, gustatory, etc., cues, as well as recording higher-order brain functions such as decision-making processes. In this light, it is important to understand that these cues can be given to the target subject through what might appear to be normal activities through a cell phone or computer.
The technology described in this later patent and its method of operation correlates exactly to what I've stated elsewhere would be required for any remote mind-reading technology to work successfully. In particular, it would require that implants or external electrodes (as with an EEG headset) are absolutely necessary for it to work and must be in direct physical contact with the target subject's head. At the very least, a properly rigged cell phone would be required to act as an electrode, and it would have to be held directly to the target subject's head to pick up any brainwave signals. This latter method would be very limited in its capabilities, however, since it would only be able to pick up brainwave signals from only that area of the brain that was nearest the phone.
Also, as I've stated elsewhere, every person has unique brainwave patterns, so that the signature patterns from one person will not match those of another, due to both individual anatomy and differences in information processing in different individuals. This is also detailed within this patent's description, thereby supporting my own previous claims.
Further, as I've explained elsewhere, electromagnetic signals can only be transmitted as far as the physical size of the transmitter allows, so that something as small as an implant would have a very short range not exceeding more than a few feet at most. This is a well-known aspect of radio engineering and is therefore an inarguable fact that cannot be gotten around. This means that there must necessarily be a relay device nearby to amplify and retransmit the signals coming from any implants, electrodes, or other pick-up devices that might be employed. The description of this patent also describes this need for such a relay system, again supporting what I've stated elsewhere.
This patent also describes how it can conceivably be used, through the use of implants, to alter brain activity based on pre-recorded signature patterns. These altered brain activities, however, do not appear to include actual thoughts, and are restricted to lower-level brain processes, such as emotional states, sleep, hunger, motor activity, etc.
Further, in reading this patent description, it appears that this patent is, like the Malech patent, only a proof of concept and was never built and tested prior to the patent application being filed or granted. Therefore, there is a possibility that this technology will have unforeseen limitations that render it less capable than described. Nonetheless, it is a far more plausible technology than that described in the Malech patent or other technologies similar to the Malech patent that rely on remote reading of brainwave signals without a secondary device.
A comparison of the technology described in the Malech patent with that described in this later patent shows that remote mind-reading capabilities require secondary devices - whether they be internal implants or an external electrode headset component - that must be in direct contact with the target subject's head in order to be able to pick up the weak brainwave signals. Also, because of the limitations in transmitting distances imposed by the small size of such secondary devices, a further device that will be somewhat larger must be incorporated for amplifying and re-transmitting the signals to the remote receiving station.
What this all means is that any person who is being targeted with any such mind-reading technology will be able to locate the necessary re-transmitting device through trial and error, by removing themselves from any location where such a device might be hidden (including within cell phones or computers), or, in the possible case where it is implanted in their bodies, to have themselves x-rayed to look for any device that would necessarily be large enough to be visible in the x-ray image.
If a thorough search for a re-transmitting device turns up negative and apparent mind-reading experiences continue, then the person is likely not actually being subjected to any such mind-reading technology at all, and is instead being fooled into thinking so through hypnotic suggestions that make it appear so. These suggestions might be inserted through any number of means, whether it be through V2K technology, computer- or cell phone-relayed subliminals, or some other method. It is important to understand that the effect of hypnotic suggestions are impossible to distinguish from one's own natural thoughts and actions, so this possibility should not be rejected out of hand.
Patent # 3951134
Patent # 6,011,991 A
Dissecting the Claims of Robert Duncan
A Primer on V2K vs. Mind-Reading Technologies
Evidence of Remote Neural Monitoring or Carefully Planned Disinformation?