Electromagnetic Mind Control: Fact or Fiction? A Scientific View

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Author: V.N. Binhi (General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)

Although there are many publications in newspapers and popular magazines discussing “Electromagnetic Mind Control” and “Electromagnetic Weapons,” it is almost impossible to find reliable information on these issues, particularly where relatively weak electromagnetic (EM) radiations are of concern. This book fills the gap. Written for a general audience, it discusses the physics of and related scientific information on brain control using EM fields. It provides a balanced scientific viewpoint on the possibility of the effects of EM on the human brain and mind.

The book considers
–current methods of EM information extracting from and delivery into the human brain
–general theoretical principles of EM field interactions with living objects
–modern experiments, including neurological ones
–the microwave hearing effect and technical limitations of the targeted exposure of humans to EM fields
–methodological limitations regarding EM mind control

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Table of Contents

Preface pp. i-xii

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction pp.1-11
Mind control
Mind reading
EM weapons pp.
Neurotechnologies
Selecting literature

Historical overview pp.13-24
USA
Russia

Brain control pp.25-48
Functional magnetic resonance imaging
Magnetoencephalography
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Standard magnetic stimulation
Microwave auditory effect
Brain wave monitoring
Brain-machine interface

Experimental grounds for EM mind control pp.49-62
ELF MFs
Geomagnetic fluctuations
Microwave EMFs
Neurological effects of EMFs

Can superweak EM fields affect organisms? pp.63-74
Submicron level of magnetoreception
Magnetic field interaction with molecular target
Non-equilibrium states and biological sensitivity to EMFs

Discussion pp.75-82
EM targeting
Con arguments
Pro arguments

Beyond Science pp.83-90
Limitations of the scientific method
Reproducibility

Conclusion pp.91-94

Bibliography pp.95-116

Index pp. 117-132

List of Figures

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