Nanoparticles Enable Remote Control Brains Via Magnetic Field

A couple of years ago, a story emerged about scientists working on “Smart Dust” – nanoparticles that could be employed as sensor networks for a range of security and environmental applications. This was followed by the more literal version of Smart Dust, which was designed to open pathways to establish a human brain-computer interface. The brain system was labeled “Neural Dust” and was intended to “monitor the brain from the inside.” Inventors speculated that a network of nanoparticles injected into the brain could measure electrical activity in neurons, then use ultrasound to form a two-way transfer of data. This theoretically would lead to the reading, generation, or alteration of information – i.e., mind control. Most disturbingly, at the time, is that their theories had entered the testing phase and showed some success, albeit on a beetle. New research released by Florida International University indicates that this area of testing […] Read More

2014: VR Interface Allows You to ‘Touch’ Holograms!

Like an elaborate version of the famous Pepper’s Ghost effect where a projection appears to interact with a real-world person, this incredible floating haptic interface will absolutely blow your mind… Because unlike Pepper’s Ghost? You’re actually able to physically feel and interact with said projection! During the video, several scientists working on the project show how it works by giving quick demonstrations to illustrate what’s actually happening. What’s actually happening is nothing short of witchcraft or sorcery or the future kissing your eyeballs and saying, “I’m finally here, guys! Jetpacks and hoverboards due out next week!” Sure it’s overkill instead of just touching an actual monitor but think about doctors ‘feeling’ their way through a replicated cadaver to learn about the body or perform practice surgeries without it being detrimental to an actual living being? But what we’re all really thinking is, “When do we get a Danger Room […] Read More


Here’s a suggestion for “scalar” experiments from a conversation with John Bedini.� Mr. Bedini encourages everyone to try this experiment, but warns us that this device is patent applied for, so you should only build a single unit for your own use.� – Bill Beaty, 1/21/95 …………………….uuuu / oo uuuu………………………… William Beaty voice:206-781-3320 bbs:206-789-0775 cserv:71241,3623 EE/Programmer/Science exhibit designer – Seattle, WA 98117 -email- – SCIENCE HOBBYIST webpage ****************************************************************** EXPERIMENTING WITH SCALAR FIELDS ****************************************************************** ________ | | | | _______ S | | Obtain two Radio Shack ceramic magnets and |_______| N glue their north pole faces together. | | N |_______| S ________ Wind the magnets with about 50 turns | of #30 magnet wire. Wire gauge is not | critical. | | ___ | |||| | |__||||_| | |||| | |__||||_| | ________ | | [ small, ] | —–[ noisy ]———-o | [_motor__] 6v to 12v […] Read More