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    As far out as this sounds you will find it in evidence in the Armies covert projects . Youtube has many videos of this technology . Is this the way the next Messiah will arrive ? the staged UFO invasion ??
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Did you forget to provide a link or are you gonna make me look this up on my own?

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    Jon Ronson on US military 'non-lethal technologies' | World news | The Guardian
    • Last week the Pentagon confirmed that it has considered developing a "gay bomb", an aphrodisiac pheromone designed to make enemy forces so attracted to one another that the US could just march in and take over. In 2003, when I was writing The Men Who Stare At Goats, a book about US military craziness, I happened to meet the colonel in charge of nurturing the gay bomb proposal. His name is John Alexander, and he lives in a large house in Las Vegas filled with books by his friend Uri Geller. I found him slightly scary. He kept giving me hard looks and saying, "What's your name again?" whenever I asked him a question he didn't like.

      Recently a US Air Force report co-written by the colonel was leaked. It details many of the other "non-lethal technologies" currently in covert development within military labs. Some of them make the gay bomb look positively conventional. There's the "low-frequency infrasound" which "easily penetrates most buildings and vehicles" and creates "nausea, loss of bowel control, disorientation, vomiting, potential internal organ damage and death". (The report is quite laissez-faire about its definition of the term "non-lethal".)


      There's the race-specific stink bomb and the chameleon camouflage suit, both of which have apparently never got off the ground because nobody can work out how to invent them, and a special pheromone that "can be used to mark target individuals and then release bees to attack them".


      Then there's the prophet hologram - "the projection of the image of an ancient god over an enemy capitol whose public communications have been seized and used against it in a massive psychological operation."


      Commentators have suggested that the Pentagon must be embarrassed that these crazy endeavours have come to light, but I suspect they are pleased: it makes human-rights abuses seem amusingly hare-brained as opposed to chilling. US military scientists believe it is their calling to reach out to the furthest corners of their imaginations to try these things out, and once in a while they invent something that actually works. The Taser gun was nurtured by Alexander.


      After my book was published, the colonel went on national US radio to claim that he had never met me. I was a fantasist who just pretended to meet his interviewees. In fact, I had hours of film showing me at his house. It was a stupid weapon to be levelled against me, but I suppose it just might have worked.


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    3-D Holographic Display Using Strontium Barium Niobate

    Abstract : An innovative technique for generating a three dimensional holographic display using strontium barium niobate (SBN) is discussed. The resultant image is a hologram that can be viewed in real time over a wide perspective or field of view (FOV). The holographic image is free from system-induced aberrations and has a uniform, high quality over the entire FOV. The enhanced image quality results from using a phase conjugate read beam generated from a second photorefractive crystal acting as a double pumped phase conjugate mirror (DPPCM). Multiple three dimensional images have been stored in the crystal via wavelength multiplexing.

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    5.6 Airborne Holographic Projector
    Brief Description
    The holographic projector displays a three-dimensional visual image in a desired location, removed from the
    display generator. The projector can be used for psychological operations and strategic perception
    management. It is also useful for optical deception and cloaking, providing a momentary distraction when
    engaging an unsophisticated adversary.

    Capabilities
    ? Precision projection of 3-D visual images
    into a selected area
    ? Supports PSYOP and strategic deception
    management
    ? Provides deception and cloaking against
    optical sensors
    Enabling Technologies (MCTL)
    ? 4.1.4, Image Processing (holographic displays)
    ? 10.1, Lasers
    ? 10.2, Optics
    ? 10.3, Power Systems
    White Papers
    ? Q, Special & Humanitarian Operations
    ? N, Strategic Attack

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    Hear Voices? It May Be an Ad | News - Advertising Age

    New Yorker Alison Wilson was walking down Prince Street in SoHo last week when she heard a woman's voice right in her ear asking, "Who's there? Who's there?" She looked around to find no one in her immediate surroundings. Then the voice said, "It's not your imagination."
    Yoray Liberman
    No, he's not crazy: Our intrepid reporter Andrew Hampp ventures to SoHo to hear for himself the technology that has New Yorkers 'freaked out' and A&E buzzing.


    Indeed it isn't. It's an ad for "Paranormal State," a ghost-themed series premiering on A&E this week. The billboard uses technology manufactured by Holosonic that transmits an "audio spotlight" from a rooftop speaker so that the sound is contained within your cranium. The technology, ideal for museums and libraries or environments that require a quiet atmosphere for isolated audio slideshows, has rarely been used on such a scale before. For random passersby and residents who have to walk unwittingly through the area where the voice will penetrate their inner peace, it's another story.

    Ms. Wilson, a New York-based stylist, said she expected the voice inside her head to be some type of creative project but could see how others might perceive it differently, particularly on a late-night stroll home. "I might be a little freaked out, and I wouldn't necessarily think it's coming from that billboard," she said.

    Less-intrusive approach?
    Joe Pompei, president and founder of Holosonics, said the creepy approach is key to drawing attention to A&E's show. But, he noted, the technology was designed to avoid adding to noise pollution. "If you really want to annoy a lot of people, a loudspeaker is the best way to do it," he said. "If you set up a loudspeaker on the top of a building, everybody's going to hear that noise. But if you're only directing that sound to a specific viewer, you're never going to hear a neighbor complaint from street vendors or pedestrians. The whole idea is to spare other people."

    Holosonics has partnered with a cable network once before, when Court TV implemented the technology to promote its "Mystery Whisperer" in the mystery sections of select bookstores. Mr. Pompei said the company also has tested retail deployments in grocery stores with Procter & Gamble and Kraft for customized audio messaging. So a customer, for example, looking to buy laundry detergent could suddenly hear the sound of gurgling water and thus feel compelled to buy Tide as a result of the sonic experience.

    Mr. Pompei contends that the technology will take time for consumers to get used to, much like the lights on digital signage and illuminated billboards did when they were first used. The website Gawker posted an item about the billboard last week with the headline "Schizophrenia is the new ad gimmick," and asked "How soon will it be until in addition to the do-not-call list, we'll have a 'do not beam commercial messages into my head' list?"

    "There's going to be a certain population sensitive to it. But once people see what it does and hear for themselves, they'll see it's effective for getting attention," Mr. Pompei said.

    More disruptions
    A&E's $3 million to $5 million campaign for "Paranormal" includes other more disruptive elements than just the one audio ad in New York. In Los Angeles, a mechanical face creeps out of a billboard as if it's coming toward the viewer, and then recedes. In print, the marketing team persuaded two print players to surrender a full editorial page to their ads, flipping the gossip section in AM New York upside down and turning a page in this week's Parade into a checkerboard of ads for "Paranormal."
    AM New York's gossip page got turned upside down as promo.


    It's not the network's first foray into supernatural marketing, having launched a successful viral campaign for "Mind Freak" star Criss Angel earlier this year that allowed users to trick their friends into thinking Mr. Angel was reading their mind via YouTube.

    "We all know what you need to do for one of these shows is get people talking about them," said Guy Slattery, A&E's exec VP-marketing. "It shouldn't be pure informational advertising. When we were talking about marketing the show, nearly everyone had a connection with a paranormal experience, and that was a surprise to us. So we really tried to base the whole campaign on people's paranormal experiences."

    So was it a ghost or just an annoyed resident who stole the speaker from the SoHo billboard twice in one day last week? Horizon Media, which helped place the billboard, had to find a new device that would prevent theft from its rooftop location. Mr. Pompei only takes it as a compliment that someone would go to the trouble of stealing his technology, but hopes consumer acceptance comes with time. "The sound isn't rattling your skull, it's not penetrating you, it's not doing anything nefarious at all. It's just like having a flashlight vs. a light bulb," he said.

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    Well ,at least 2 people read my posts .Great job KR . Quinn , you should know by now that you have to do some of the work .
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Grassy@$$ Mr P. If you give Quinny a beer for every post you might get better luck. He's from the lazy part of Ohio....

    The Gay Bomb stuff is funny...

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