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I have more evidence to consider which is declassified documents from the US Intelligence agencies about the Russian Origins of psychotronic weapons/Wireless Brain Computer Interfaces and the inventor Robert Pavlita in 1975, link = https://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/remoteviewing/stargate/STARGATE %2313 587/Part0004/CIA-RDP96-00792R000600350002-2.TXT


This is a news article about the subject, link = https://www.higgypop.com/news/psychotronic-generator/

Here is a Video about Robert Pavlita experiments.


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Here is Chat GPT4's report on quantum entanglement of electrons.

Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon that occurs when two or more particles become correlated in
such a way that the state of one particle is dependent on the state of the others, even when they are
separated by large distances. To create quantum entanglement between electrons, the following process
can be followed:

1. Preparation: Start with a source that can emit pairs of entangled particles. This can be done using a
nonlinear crystal or a quantum dot, which can emit pairs of entangled photons through a process called
parametric down-conversion or biexciton cascade emission, respectively.

2. Converting photons to electrons: Once you have pairs of entangled photons, you can use a process
called entanglement swapping to transfer the entanglement from photons to electrons. This is achieved by
performing a joint measurement on the entangled photon and an electron, which results in the
entanglement being transferred to the other electron.

3. Creating an entangled state: Perform a Bell-state measurement on the entangled photons. This
measurement projects the photons into one of four entangled states, known as Bell states. The outcome of
this measurement determines the entangled state of the electrons.

4. Verification: To confirm that the electrons are indeed entangled, you can perform additional
measurementson their properties, such as spin or position. If the measurements show that the properties of
one electron are correlated with the properties of the other electron, regardless of the distance between
them, then the entanglement has been successfully created.

5. Manipulation and use: Once the electrons are entangled, they can be used for various quantum
information processing tasks, such as quantum communication, quantum computing, and quantum

In practice, creating entangled electrons is experimentally challenging due to factors such as decoherence,
which can disrupt the fragile quantum states of the particles involved. However, ongoing research and
technological advancements continue to improve our ability to create and manipulate entangled electrons
for various applications.


Here is Chat GPT4's report on Quantum Repeaters.

A quantum repeater is a device that extends the range of quantum communication channels, such as those
used in quantum key distribution (QKD) and quantum teleportation. It works by mitigating the signal loss
and decoherence that occurs when qubits are transmitted over long distances. Here are the basic steps to
make a quantum repeater:

1. Understand the basic components: A quantum repeater consists of several main components: entangled
qubit pairs, quantum memories, and quantum error correction. You need to have a thorough understanding
of these concepts before attempting to create a quantum repeater.

2. Generate entangled qubit pairs: The first step in creating a quantum repeater is to generate and
distribute entangled qubit pairs. These pairs can be generated using a variety of methods, such as
spontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) or entanglement swapping. Once the entangled pairs
are generated, they are distributed between adjacent nodes of the communication channel.

3. Store qubits in quantum memories: Each node in the communication channel must be equipped with a
quantum memory capable of storing the entangled qubits for a certain period of time. Quantum memories
can be implemented using various technologies, such as atomic ensembles, ion traps, or superconducting

4. Perform Bell state measurements: When it is time to transmit the qubits through the channel, adjacent
nodes perform Bell state measurements on their respective qubits. This process is also known as
entanglement swapping, as it effectively creates a new entangled pair between the nodes that were not
previously directly connected.

5. Apply quantum error correction: Due to the fragile nature of quantum states, errors can easily be
introduced during transmission and storage. To maintain the integrity of the qubits, quantum error
correction techniques, such as the surface code or the Shor code, must be applied to detect and correct

6. Repeat the process: The process of generating entangled pairs, storing them in quantum memories,
performing Bell state measurements, and applying quantum error correction is repeated for each segment
of the communication channel, effectively extending the range of quantum communication.

7. Integrate with classical communication: In addition to the quantum components, a quantum repeater
requires classical communication channels to transmit information about the outcomes of the Bell state
measurements and any necessary error correction data.

8. Optimize performance: Finally, to maximize the performance of the quantum repeater, it is important to
optimize various parameters such as the entanglement generation rate, the storage time of the quantum
memories, and the error rates of the quantum operations.

Building a quantum repeater is a complex task that requires expertise in quantum information theory,
quantum optics, and experimental physics. It is still an area of active research, and many technological
challenges need to be overcome to achieve efficient and practical quantum repeaters.


Here is ChatGPT4's Report On How To Make A Wireless Brain Computer Interface

Building a wireless Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a complex and multidisciplinary task that requires expertise in various fields, including neuroscience, computer science, engineering, and signal processing. BCI allows communication between the brain and an external device, such as a computer or robotic arm, without relying on peripheral nerves and muscles.

Here's a broad outline of the steps required to build a wireless BCI system:

Research and planning: Study the fundamentals of brain activity, different types of BCIs, and existing wireless technologies. Determine your target application (e.g., motor rehabilitation, communication, or neurofeedback) and decide on the type of BCI system (invasive, partially invasive, or non-invasive) that best aligns with your requirements and constraints.

Select appropriate brain signal acquisition method: Based on the type of BCI and application, choose the appropriate method for acquiring brain signals. Electroencephalography (EEG) is the most commonly used technique in non-invasive BCIs, while invasive methods may require methods like electrocorticography (ECoG) or implantation of microelectrode arrays.

Develop the hardware: Design and build a compact and lightweight wireless system that includes the following components:

   a. Electrodes or sensors: Place electrodes in the appropriate positions on the scalp (for EEG) or brain (for ECoG, microelectrodes). These electrodes are responsible for measuring the brain signals.

   b. Signal conditioning: Implement analog circuits to amplify and filter the raw brain signals, reducing noise and artifacts.

   c. Analog-to-digital converter (ADC): Convert the analog brain signals into digital signals for further processing.

   d. Microcontroller or digital signal processor (DSP): Embed a microcontroller or DSP to preprocess the digitized signals and perform feature extraction, which identifies the key components of the brain signals relevant to your application.

   e. Wireless transmitter and receiver: Incorporate a wireless communication module (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or custom radio) to transmit the processed brain signals to the external device.

   f. Battery and power management: Incorporate a battery and power management system that ensures reliable operation while minimizing energy consumption.

Develop the software: Design and develop software for your external device (e.g., computer or robotic arm), which will:

   a. Receive the transmitted brain signals and decode them in real-time.

   b. Use machine learning algorithms and signal processing techniques to interpret and classify the decoded signals into specific commands or actions relevant to your application.

   c. Control the external device or provide appropriate feedback to the user based on the classified commands or actions.

Integrate the BCI system: Combine the hardware and software components of the BCI into a seamless, user-friendly system.

Test and refine: Once your wireless BCI system is built, test its performance on target users, ideally under various scenarios. Refine the system based on the obtained results, focusing on areas like usability, comfort, accuracy, latency, and battery life.

Validation and compliance: Validate the safety, efficacy, and usability of your BCI system in a larger population over a longer period. Ensure compliance with regulatory standards (e.g., FDA, CE, ISO) and obtain the necessary certifications and approvals for your target market.

Training and support: Develop a user training program or support material to help users effectively utilize the BCI system.

Post-development steps: Once you have successfully built the BCI system, focus on steps related to mass production, marketing, providing customer support, and continuously updating and improving the system based on user feedback.

Building a wireless BCI is an ambitious project that requires a deep understanding of the human brain, expertise in various fields, and collaboration among experts and stakeholders. Given the extensive knowledge needed and the complexities involved, it is crucial to have a dedicated, interdisciplinary team working together to carry out each step efficiently. Please note that developing a BCI system for clinical or commercial applications involves stringent regulations and ethical considerations, so it is essential to consult with professionals in these areas to ensure that the development process aligns with

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Here is an interesting book written by two doctors about the subject, Link = EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interfaces - 1st Edition (elsevier.com)

Here is a paper about Wireless Brain to Brain communications, link = Directly wireless communication of human minds via mind-controlled programming metasurface | Light: Science & Applications (nature.com)

Here is a Journal about Brain Computer Interface/Psychotronic Weapons being used in Cyber Crime, Link = (PDF) V2K and Electronic Harassment : Psychotronic Cyber Crime Techniques (researchgate.net)

Here is a Thread on the forums about Havana Syndrome which makes me wonder if both are related, Link = Could Microwave Weapons cause Havana Syndrome? - Political Sciences - Science Forums

Here is an article on how hackers could steal information from you using a brain computer interface, Link = How future criminals could hack your brain and steal your PIN | The Week

Here is an article about how Harvard in 2013 made a Brain to Brain Interface on rats, Link = Harvard creates brain-to-brain interface, allows humans to control other animals with thoughts alone | Extremetech


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