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Brain/Spirit Enhancing Machine(s)

08-22-2015, 02:36 AM #1
Robert Baird
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Wilder Penfield and Cybernetics was a teen age fascination for me. The things he did lead to wire-heading and ultimately bring us to DelGado and Persinger as well as what Futurescape began to look into before it's funding dried up. All of us use wireless systems today and the old Star Trek communicator seems archaic now, but it was futuristic when that show hit the airwaves. Tesla was not the first adopter of wireless energy transfer - as we can see from posts in this thread. So we don't need wires or implants to affect another human's brain even beyond the control of that human - just as you will see in the descriptions of his operations while mapping the human brain. Unfortunately a later guru of
 psycho-cybernetics named Dennis Waitley was right about how we train our minds with 'garbage in = garbage out" precision.

 "Penfield was one of the greatest neurosurgeons of the twentieth century, whose pioneering work revolutionized the discipline. His technique for treating intractable epilepsy, which was developed with his colleague Herbert Jasper, came to be known as the Montreal Procedure; it was ground-breaking because it applied of the principles of neurophysiology to the practice of neurosurgery. In using this technique to carry out presurgical evaluations of his patients, Penfield amassed a large body of data, which together constituted the first detailed large scale functional map of the human cerebral cortex. Penfield not only revolutionized neurosurgery, but also left a long-lasting influence on related fields such as neurology and neuropsychology. But less well known is that he was also a talented researcher whose experiments resolved a debate about the cellular structure of the brain."