Tuesday, February 19, 2013

OBAMA SOTU UNVEILS 'MEMOIRS' SECRET AGENDA


JESUS SAID, “BE AWARE” (OR PERISH)

Temecula, CA – The political news is coming so fast that I haven’t had a chance to return to my newest favorite subject matter, the hot young flesh that comprises the 420Nurses as my preferred schtick for promoting the Doomsday Memoirs Book Tour 2013.

Most people don’t understand that the use of drones to catch and kill Dorner was world news but edited out of any domestic source news, see Release The Drones for the bragging done to the world outside of America.

Most people also don’t realize that GMO food (not grains, seeds) products are already reformulated, labeled, and sold without GMO ingredients in countries that outlaw/ban GMOs.
Now Obama has revealed the ‘master plan’ in his SOTU address, for those who are aware. Note I said THE master plan instead of Obama’s master plan. The current Prez is just the latest notch in an ever tightening belt around the nation’s subjects who were once known as citizens. For those who balked at spending a million dollars to insure GMO labeling, look below at the price tag for mind control, then realize that you have no say in how they will spend your tax dollars.


Although the President’s prepared speech mentioned ‘weather control’, a form of global terrorism – he who controls the weather controls the planet – it is the following news report that is most insidious. Revealed late in Chapter 20, the prophesized plan of nationwide mind control now has a project name – BAM – or Brain Activity Mapping. The actual apparatus for mapping is outted in Memoirs. Is this plan new? No, it has been featured as a story plot in fiction long before Obama. Writer Bruce Johnson weighs in with a piece called Slouching Toward Eloi posted up December 27, 2012, so I’m not the only citizen journalist to see what’s happening.
“H. G. Wells appears to have been correct.

In his book The Time Machine, Wells showed us the future as he feared it might be. Are we there yet?  Well, not quite.  Though he had a very distant date on his prediction, even now we can sense elements of his warning.  We are moving in the direction of what he suggested could be our final condition. We are slouching toward Eloi.

In The Time Machine, a time traveler was launched to a future date and was met by a curious civilization - the Eloi.  They had no currency, no monetary system, no written language, and no apparent industry.  They walked about in a semi hypnotic state.  There was no regard for history or books.

The magical sound of a siren placed the Eloi under a submissive spell. They would march in lockstep to their own demise. In this depiction, Wells suggests a metaphor by which the spell cast by the siren's noise is equivalent to a spell binding leader's voice.   An orator with a perfectly cadenced delivery before swooning throngs. Are these similarities beginning to resonate?

The Eloi lived a comfortable life. All seemed provided for them, though they knew not the source of their comforts. For them, it had always been so. There was no reason to question the source of their comforts. In fact, the need for reason itself had vanished.

It was a population wrapped in the moment and the present circumstance, but seemingly unconcerned of the future condition.  Obliviously satisfied, they received gifts and provisions but did not question the source or the wisdom of the arrangement.

There was no competition, no ideas, and no discussion.  All that may have been catalysts for such activities had been extinguished.  Food, clothing, and other needs were tended to by a seemingly invisible force.  All was leisure. Yet they were strangely socially dysfunctional and disconnected.  There were no books, little dialogue, no synergies of normal coexistence.  It was a vapid but comfortable condition.

The Eloi had a wonderful "present", but apparently no future.  All were roughly the college age in today's world.  There were no aged Eloi.  (Perhaps Medicare and Social Security did go broke). There was no recorded history.  Only a wonderfully and mindless present.

What are missing from the Well's story are the video games, food stamps, government checks in the mail, free cell phones, and the internet.  All would be forces that contribute to an Eloi-like condition. We can excuse Wells for missing these technological innovations.  We can salute Wells for his foresight. He recognized the propensity for the human condition to be genetically manipulated into a submissive state via gifts and comforts doled out by a [controlling] power.”

 And now what the Prez said in his SOTU as interpreted by those who plan to run his new ‘program’.

‘The Obama administration is planning a decade-long scientific effort to examine the workings of the human brain and build a comprehensive map of its activity, seeking to do for the brain what the Human Genome Project did for genetics. The project, which the administration has been looking to unveil as early as March, will include federal agencies, private foundations and teams of neuroscientists and nanoscientists in a concerted effort to advance the knowledge of the brain’s billions of neurons and gain greater insights into perception, actions and, ultimately, consciousness.

Scientists with the highest hopes for the project also see it as a way to develop the technology essential to understanding diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, as well as to find new therapies for a variety of mental illnesses.

Moreover, the project holds the potential of paving the way for advances in artificial intelligence.

The project, which could ultimately cost billions of dollars, is expected to be part of the president’s budget proposal next month. And, four scientists and representatives of research institutions said they had participated in planning for what is being called the Brain Activity Map project.

The details are not final, and it is not clear how much federal money would be proposed or approved for the project in a time of fiscal constraint or how far the research would be able to get without significant federal financing.

In his State of the Union address, President Obama cited brain research as an example of how the government should “invest in the best ideas.”

“Every dollar we invested to map the human genome returned $140 to our economy — every dollar,” he said. “Today our scientists are mapping the human brain to unlock the answers to Alzheimer’s. They’re developing drugs to regenerate damaged organs, devising new materials to make batteries 10 times more powerful. Now is not the time to gut these job-creating investments in science and innovation.”

Story C. Landis, the director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, said that when she heard Mr. Obama’s speech, she thought he was referring to an existing National Institutes of Health project to map the static human brain. “But he wasn’t,” she said. “He was referring to a new project to map the active human brain that the N.I.H. hopes to fund next year.”

Indeed, after the speech, Francis S. Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, may have inadvertently confirmed the plan when he wrote in a Twitter message: “Obama mentions the #NIH Brain Activity Map in #SOTU.”

A spokesman for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy declined to comment about the project.

The initiative, if successful, could provide a lift for the economy. “The Human Genome Project was on the order of about $300 million a year for a decade,” said George M. Church, a Harvard University molecular biologist who helped create that project and said he was helping to plan the Brain Activity Map project. “If you look at the total spending in neuroscience and nanoscience that might be relative to this today, we are already spending more than that. We probably won’t spend less money, but we will probably get a lot more bang for the buck.”

Scientists involved in the planning said they hoped that federal financing for the project would be more than $300 million a year, which if approved by Congress would amount to at least $3 billion over the 10 years.

The Human Genome Project cost $3.8 billion. It was begun in 1990 and its goal, the mapping of the complete human genome, or all the genes in human DNA, was achieved ahead of schedule, in April 2003. A federal government study of the impact of the project indicated that it returned $800 billion by 2010 [in new drug sales]. GMO crops were also developed with government grants aka corporate welfare, as was the GMO salmon. Pssst! Has anyone else noticed that McDonald’s and Del Taco are promoting new ‘fish’ products and the CEO of McDonalds sits on the BoD at Monsanto. Read Memoirs or continue to drink Obama’s kool-aid. This is America, the choice is yours, so far.

The advent of new technology that allows scientists to identify firing neurons in the brain has led to numerous brain research projects around the world. Yet the brain remains one of the greatest scientific mysteries.

Composed of roughly 100 billion neurons that each electrically “spike” in response to outside stimuli, as well as in vast ensembles based on conscious and unconscious activity, the human brain is so complex that scientists have not yet found a way to record the activity of more than a small number of neurons at once, and in most cases that is done invasively with physical probes.

But a group of nanotechnologists and neuroscientists say they believe that technologies are at hand to make it possible to observe and gain a more complete understanding of the brain, and to do it less intrusively. [Read Monsanto for who and Memoirs for how]

In June in the journal Neuron, six leading scientists proposed pursuing a number of new approaches for mapping the brain.

One possibility is to build a complete model map of brain activity by creating fleets of molecule-size machines to noninvasively act as sensors to measure and store brain activity at the cellular level. The proposal envisions using synthetic [or GMO’d] DNA as a storage mechanism for brain activity.

“Not least, we might expect novel understanding and therapies for diseases such as schizophrenia and autism,” wrote the scientists, who include Dr. Church; Ralph J. Greenspan, the associate director of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at the University of California, San Diego; A. Paul Alivisatos, the director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Miyoung Chun, a molecular geneticist who is the vice president for science programs at the Kavli Foundation; Michael L. Roukes, a physicist at the California Institute of Technology; and Rafael Yuste, a neuroscientist at Columbia University.
The Obama Initiative is markedly different from a recently announced European project that will invest 1 billion euros in a Swiss-led effort to build a silicon-based “brain.” The project seeks to construct a supercomputer simulation using the best research about the inner workings of the brain. Critics, however, say the simulation will be built on knowledge that is still theoretical, incomplete or inaccurate. (See Colossus, The Forbin Project for how things could turn out)

The Obama proposal seems to have evolved in a manner similar to the Human Genome Project, scientists said. “The genome project arguably began in 1984, where there were a dozen of us who were kind of independently moving in that direction but didn’t really realize there were other people who were as weird as we were,” Dr. Church said.

However, a number of scientists said that mapping and understanding the human brain presented a drastically more significant challenge than mapping the genome.

“It’s different in that the nature of the question is a much more intricate question,” said Dr. Greenspan, who said he is involved in the brain project. “It was very easy to define what the genome project’s goal was. In this case, we have a more difficult and fascinating question of what are brain-wide activity patterns and ultimately how do they make things happen?”

The initiative will be organized by the Office of Science and Technology Policy, according to scientists who have participated in planning meetings.

The National Institutes of Health, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA] and the National Science Foundation will also participate in the project, the scientists said, as will private foundations like the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Chevy Chase, Md., and the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle.

A meeting held on Jan. 17 at the California Institute of Technology was attended by the three government agencies, as well as neuroscientists, nanoscientists and representatives from Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm. According to a summary of the meeting, it was held to determine whether computing facilities existed to capture and analyze the vast amounts of data that would come from the project. The scientists and technologists concluded that they did. They also said that a series of national brain “observatories” should be created as part of the project, like astronomical observatories.  

To order your copy now of Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, go here. To become an Eloi, just do nothing; your happy future is assured by Monsanto. Don’t believe me, then go here.

(All emphasis - Ed; additional news source, The New York Times)

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