Of course I thought the article was simply the AP’s take on the matters discussed on my earlier post today on Pentagon shenanigans involving pharmaceuticals and mind control.
Then, to my amazement, I discovered this is something entirely different.
It seems the Pentagon is paying $4 million to researchers at the University of California, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Maryland to learn how to decipher what a person is thinking and how to direct the message.
"To have a person think in a free manner and then figure out what that is, we're years away from that," lead researcher Michael D'Zmura, who heads UC Irvine's cognitive sciences department, told the AP. "This will never be used in a way without somebody's real, active cooperation.”
Click here for the AP article.