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    Greetings,

    We all know that voice to skull technologies exist. There are devices that you can point at a person and induce a sound by them. I had a number of website links - but could not post the message with them included. Please contact me should you wish them.

    As you read more about this, you see that people are complaining that people are following them around and inducing sounds/voices into their heads. Well, I guess you could do this if someone had this technology available to them and people who actually had the time to follow them around using the device on them. Who has time for that? Who has the resources?

    A ton of people are complaining that a system called HAARP is affecting them. But, from what I read, while HAARP is capable of generating low frequencies that can directly affect the mind, it can not be used to isolate just one target - it would broadcast the signal and everyone would be affected by it.

    I'm super curious, is it possible if you had unlimited access to existing technologies, could they be used (individually or combined) to induce sound on a moving isolated target?

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    The most important of these are Dolby Headphone and similar technologies. In fact microchips that implement these are incorporated in some consumer devices. I have a Japanese Dolby Headphone system with its own headphones, that does a pretty credible job of imitating the surround effects of my 5.1 home theater. (I have the speakers for 7.1, but I haven't bought a new amp; the old one is so good that it's never failed and if it never does I'm content.)

    You can put these headphones on, and unless you're a hardcore musician with audio engineering awareness you will not know the difference between them and 5.1. I have not yet compared them to 7.1 and cannot speak about it.


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    Thanks for the response, but what do headphones have to do with my question?
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    Sound waves do not travel very far without a very high amount of energy to generate them and the same holds true with other frequencies. So I do not think that people can carry around that much power with them to make this type of thing you suggest happen.

    As for the HAARP system, well it is aimed straight upwards so that whatever it is producing will only go up into the atmosphere and disperse as it does so. Again it must have allot of power to get it to reach the lower limits of the atmosphere and then what can it do? Many think it controls the weather but since it is only being used in a confined area , about half a mile, then only that part of the atmosphere could be affected .
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    I'd agree with that. It would take a fair bit of power to generate the sound and the person following you around would have to somehow lug it with them.

    The HAARP system was supposed to be used as a communications system should there be a EMP blast strong enough to take out standard communications. It was discontinued years ago, but some structures still stand. Some are being used for other things.

    So, then could you use any other existing infrastructures to generate sounds on isolated moving targets? Are there any broadcast signals that are strong enough to use for this purpose that are available in our every day lives? But if so, how would you 'lock' onto just one person?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewGuy View Post
    The HAARP system was supposed to be used as a communications system should there be a EMP blast strong enough to take out standard communications.
    Nah.
    EMP affects the basic electronics, so regardless of wavelength or anything else if the electronics are fried you're not going to transmit.
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    Well, I understand your point, but the military did in-fact design it for the purposes of continuing communications if there was a high-altitude EMP attack. BUT this is straying away from the original question.

    Could you use any other existing infrastructures to induce sounds on isolated moving targets - like Voice to Skull technologies, or ultrasonic/microwave sound? Are there any broadcast signals that are strong enough to use for this purpose that are available in our every day lives? If so, how would you track their positions?

    Let's forget about HAARP, as it is discredited because even if you tried to use it - and it worked - it would still affect everyone around in the area - but these people say that only they are affected by these signals. How could that be possible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewGuy View Post
    Well, I understand your point, but the military did in-fact design it for the purposes of continuing communications if there was a high-altitude EMP attack.
    Source please.

    Could you use any other existing infrastructures to induce sounds on isolated moving targets - like Voice to Skull technologies, or ultrasonic/microwave sound? Are there any broadcast signals that are strong enough to use for this purpose that are available in our every day lives? If so, how would you track their positions?
    Doesn't your last question give a partial answer to the rest?

    Let's forget about HAARP, as it is discredited because even if you tried to use it - and it worked - it would still affect everyone around in the area - but these people say that only they are affected by these signals.
    Depends on how deep into crankery you want to go.
    According to one of the leading HAARP nutters the Russian equivalent was used to burn out the O-ring on the shuttle and cause Challenger to explode.
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    [QUOTE=Dywyddyr;540349]
    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewGuy View Post
    Well, I understand your point, but the military did in-fact design it for the purposes of continuing communications if there was a high-altitude EMP attack.
    Source please.

    My apologies! How embarrassing! I meant to refer to the GWEN towers.

    Could you use any other existing infrastructures to induce sounds on isolated moving targets - like Voice to Skull technologies, or ultrasonic/microwave sound? Are there any broadcast signals that are strong enough to use for this purpose that are available in our every day lives? If so, how would you track their positions?
    Doesn't your last question give a partial answer to the rest?

    In a way, yes. I am curious as to if it is possible to track any one specific human mind. The mind works with well frequencies that have become very well defined, and there is a lot of technology out there that can be used to read / interpret information generated, but so far it would seem that the technology has to be practically touching the skull.

    But could this be done using any one - or multiple - existing communications technologies currently in use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewGuy View Post
    My apologies! How embarrassing! I meant to refer to the GWEN towers.
    Ah.
    Thanks for that.

    In a way, yes. I am curious as to if it is possible to track any one specific human mind. The mind works with well frequencies that have become very well defined, and there is a lot of technology out there that can be used to read / interpret information generated, but so far it would seem that the technology has to be practically touching the skull.
    But could this be done using any one - or multiple - existing communications technologies currently in use?
    I doubt it - on the basis that if if it were possible (practicable) it would already be in use: hunt for Osama Bin Laden? Tracking down major criminals?
    (Hmm, maybe it IS in use - and THEY are just keeping quiet about it. ).
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    True....!

    But I recently found this, rather interesting patent at this link:
    United States Patent: 3951134

    Do you think this is could work? Just because someone has a patent, doesn't really mean that it would work.........
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