Near Infrared Light & Neural Monitoring

More & more articles are reaching the mainstream media that provide proof of neural technologies that can assist in remote neural monitoring & the subtle control of an individuals brain responses & reactions . As usual the technology is promoted as being able to aid people who have serious health conditions , in this case ‘locked in syndrome’ . There is a definite & concerted attempt to introduce the technologies into the public consciousness . The technology has been researched by shadow elements in the military industrial complex for decades , much of it under a blanket of utmost secrecy . Some of the biggest names in the private and public sector have been involved , as well as private & public ‘security’ contractors . Unwitting targeted individuals have been sequestered to ‘test drive’ the various elements , this involves military abduction & the covert secretion to various underground ‘facilities’ . Non consensual surgical procedures are then carried out & the TI is then monitored & evaluated over a prolonged period , often for the rest of their lives .

Functional Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy (fNIR)

What is FNIR ?

To understand FNIR it is important to understand the physics of infrared light . Near-infra red light exists on a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between infrared light & ultra violet light .


A few properties of NIR light :

  • NIR light can be imagined as a stream of protons , it behaves both like a wave & a proton .
  • NIR light is invisible , although it has been shown that it can be detected by the human eye , usually as colours .
  • The wavelength of NIR light is between 650 and 1200 nm .
  • High power NIR light can penetrate several centimetres into human tissue .
  • The longer a subject is exposed to NIR light = deeper tissue penetration .
  • Certain NIR wavelengths can pass through glass & other materials .
  • When NIR wavelengths are absorbed by a material they can be re-emitted as NIR radiation .
  • NIR wavelengths like most EM waves carry radiant energy , this energy is absorbed & converted to heat by the human body .
  • NIR wavelengths striking a photoelectric material causes it to emit electrons (electricity) .
  • NIR light can be subject to scattering inside a human body .

Biological effects of NIR light :

  • The Near-infrared window in biology describes the interaction & penetration of NIR wavelengths on tissue .
  • The NIR wavelength window is approximately between 650 & 1200nm .
  • Tissue absorption & scattering of NIR wavelengths depends on the chemical & physical structure of the specific tissue .
  • Autofluorescence is the natural emission of light from biological tissue .
  • NIR wavelengths significantly eliminate autofluorescence from cell tissue .
  • Within the NIR window , blood , water & melanin all have a low absorption coefficient . Because the NIR light is not absorbed it is scattered deeper into the tissue .
  • The human brain is composed of approximately 75% water .
  • Melanin is found primarily in the skin , also the inner ear & hair .

Near-infrared spectroscopy

  • Near-infrared spectroscopy is a process which uses NIR wavelengths to form an image of brain activity .
  • The response of tissue to NIR stimulation is thought to be a photochemical reaction .
  • When a specific section of the brain is stimulated blood levels in the particular section change rapidly .
  • NIR spectroscopy therefore measures the efffects of tissue oxygenation & absorbtion , otherwise known as the haemodynamic response or the BOLD response .
  • Absorption coefficients of the blood can be measured in real time using this method .
  • The stimulation can be internal , i.e. any bodily process which affects the brain blood chemistry . Examples include seeing an object , raising an arm or speech , including subvocalization .
  • External stimulation can also be applied to specific parts of the brain  .
  • fNIR has been successfully implemented as a control signal for BCI systems.
  • fNIR systems are portable and can be operated on a wireless system , thus allowing the monitoring of a freely moving subject .
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    Wearable fNIRS & transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)

Effluorescenct technology , Nano-Particles & Implants

  • The remote sensing capabilities of fNIR can be improved using several methods .
  • Flourescent compounds such as Indocyanine green can be introduced to a subject , either covertly as in the case of targeted individuals , or overtly in medical applications .
  • Wireless implants using photo detectors & EEG monitoring circuitry can be implanted under the scalp of a targeted individual .
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  • Quantum dots (QD’s) are synthetic nano-particle sized semiconductors which possess unique optical properties . A QD acts as a Fluorophore , that is a quantum dot absorbs energy of a specific wavelength and emits this energy at different wavelength .
  • Carbon nanotubes or nano wires can be implanted to perform the same function as the above implants . Most targeted individuals will have one or all of these implants , possibly a few more .


Several large , well known defence contractors are heavily implicated in the research , development & covert testing of the technology on targeted individuals .

Related :

  1. Discovering brain activity with Near Infrared Spectroscopy
  2. Can a near infrared (NIR) light penetrate the human body?
  3. Probing brain oxygenation with near infrared spectroscopy (PDF)
  4. Multiplexing with Multispectral Imaging: From Mice to Microscopy
  5. Illuminating Cell Signaling with Near-Infrared Light-Responsive Nanomaterials
  6. Near-Infrared SERS Nanoprobes with Plasmonic Au/Ag Hollow-Shell Assemblies for In Vivo Multiplex Detection
  7. Remote activation of biomolecules in deep tissues using near-infrared (PDF)
  8. Why image with near-infrared wavelengths?
  9. Hyperspectral imaging
  10. Near infrared light induces post-translational modifications of human red blood
  11. Functional near infrared spectroscopy as a probe of brain function
  12. Multi-channel functional near-IR spectroscopy
  13. Spectral signature
  14. Non-Traditional Surveillance Systems
  15. What is terahertz science?
  16. Behaviour of near-infrared light in the adult human head (PDF)
  17. Near-infrared oximetry of the brain

Also related :


  1. Nanowire implants offer remote-controlled drug delivery
  2. Nanotube implants show diagnostic potential
  3. Carbon nanotube fibers make superior links to brain
  4. Nano-tech links
  5. Wire free retina implants
  6. Efficient near-infrared up-conversion photoluminescence in carbon nanotubes
  7. Structure-inherent targeting of near-infrared fluorophores
  8. Near-Infrared Light Detection using CMOS Silicon Avalanche Photodiodes (SiAPDs)
  9. Efficient near-infrared up-conversion photoluminescence in carbon nanotubes

Further related :


  2. The Underpinnings of the BOLD Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Signal

Most targeted individuals will have seen these before :

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