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Offline GoonansClub44

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The Thought Detector Machine
« on: August 25, 2008, 10:14:14 am »
There is a device called the Thought Detector Machine that can read your mind and thoughts and detect what your thinking and send electrical and wave signals to your brain to implant dreams and thoughts that are not your own.

They use it on subjects that could either be criminals or just on innocent people they that use the Thought Detector Machine to turn into criminals to cover up the truth of what the Operator of the Thought Detector Machine has done.

Military has purchased the Thought Detector Machine and even the Police uses them.  I got this information from a source on the Internet.

The Operator of the Thought Detector Machine make to try and drive you mad and feel like your insane and you may hear sounds that can be put right into your brain without coming through your ears.

Then they make it out to others that your insane and psychopath.  

They tell your family that it's for punishment when the member of your family doesn't realise what it is really doing to you and they try to find out your weaknesses first and then they use methods to make you paranoid and crazy.

Such as getting there where your going fast and speaking to you through ventriloquist means and pretending they don't know anything about it and that it never happened.

Making it out like your on something then to find out they get at you for say the way you talk or your disability then they laugh about it and make it sound like your on something when not.  When they ask you why do you talk like that then that shows they don't know what their talking nor laughing about.

Then them doing that to you is a crime against humanity and diverting the course of justice and if you did that you'd be treated like a criminal for it.

They're fools.



 

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Re: The Thought Detector Machine
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2008, 10:40:30 am »
welcome to this site GoonansClub44 most people on this site know about this type of stuff but it is a nice clip next time post the web site that you got your info from so we all can read it.
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Re: The Thought Detector Machine
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2008, 11:05:08 am »
 
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I got this information from a source on the Internet.

Well then, it simply HAS to be true!

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Re: The Thought Detector Machine
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2008, 11:13:03 am »

Well then, it simply HAS to be true!

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now that got me to bust out laughing
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Re: The Thought Detector Machine
« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2008, 05:08:58 am »
'Pre-crime' detector shows promise 
Published on 23-09-2008

Last year, New Scientist revealed that the US Department of Homeland Security is developing a system designed to detect "hostile thoughts" in people walking through border posts, airports and public places. The DHS says recent tests prove it works.

Project Hostile Intent as it was called aimed to help security staff choose who to pull over for a gently probing interview - or more.

Commentators slated the idea that sensors could spot people up to no good from their pulse rate, breathing, skin temperature, or fleeting facial expressions. One likened it to the "pre-crime" units that predict criminal behaviour in the movie Minority Report.

However, last week, the DHS science unit gave an update on the project, now dubbed the less-hostile-sounding Future Attribute Screening Technologies (FAST) programme. And, if DHS claims are to be believed, the research appears to be getting somewhere.
At an equestrian centre in Maryland, 140 paid volunteers walked through a pair of trailers kitted out with a battery of FAST sensors, including cameras, infrared heat sensors and an eyesafe laser radar, called a Bio-Lidar, that measures pulse and breathing rate from a distance.

Some subjects were told to act shifty, be evasive, deceptive and hostile. And many were detected. "We're still very early on in this research, but it is looking very promising," says DHS science spokesman John Verrico. "We are running at about 78% accuracy on mal-intent detection, and 80% on deception."

That sounds incredibly high at such an early stage in the research - but only tests on vast quantities of real people, rather than eager volunteers, will present any real test.

Questions remain, however, as to how secure the system is. The machines could reveal health conditions like heart murmurs and breathing problems as well as stress levels - which would be an invasion of privacy.

But Verrico says FAST has been through stringent privacy controls (pdf) and that the data is never matched to a name. It is only used to make decisions about whether to question someone, and then discarded.

The trial technology was installed in a trailer because it is planned to be easily transportable, so that FAST trucks can appear at any sports or music event as required. They look set to become as regular a sight at such events as mobile toilets and catering trucks.

But is going to make a real difference? Or will bad guys learn to play the system and render it another piece of what expert Bruce Schneier dubs "security theatre".

Given that the FAST approach is not much different to the long established - and long established as unreliable - polygraph, that certainly seems plausible.

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