Cultocracy note :
The basis of optogenetics is the genetic insertion of a fluorescent protein into a target cell group . The cell group can then be ‘activated’ by the application of an external light source , including infrared frequencies .
Similar effects can be produced by the insertion of metallic compound nano particles or modified D.N.A / R.N.A which are responsive to frequencies such as microwaves or other specific RF frequencies .
Individual tissue groups can be targeted using these methods , such as neuronal cells . Advanced targeting can insert modified D.N.A into the calcium signaling pathways in neuronal cells .
Rare Earth Metals have unique electromagnetic and luminescent properties . They are particularly suited to bio-sensing applications similar to optogenetics .
A recent article in ARS Technica described how a research team based at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have used optogenetics to stimulate the prefrontal cortex of a mouse brain to turn the mouse into an aggressive ‘super soldier’ .
The experiment used a standard ‘tube test’ where two mice are pitted against each other in a tube , the ‘winner’ mouse will always push the ‘loser’ mouse to the opposite end of the tube . In this particular experiment the dominant mouse is not necessarily the strongest , but is the most aggressive and tenacious because the section of the brain controlling aggression has been stimulated using light .
The experiment also suggested that the behaviour of a ‘winner’ mouse could be permanently altered to be more aggressive simply by stimulating the required brain region several times . Essentially the stimulated mouse brain undergoes a synaptic reconfiguration and aggression becomes hardwired into the mouse , forming a new ‘winner’ behaviour pattern . The mouse continues to win the tube test without the need for further external stimulation .
The research findings are not new . Similar research has found that optogenetic techniques can be used to inhibit pain , control reward seeking bahaviour and even ‘switch off’ the brain completely . You can safely assume that many other physiological & psychological functions guided by brain patterns have also been mapped in the same manner . You can also safely assume that optogenetic research is far more advanced than what is actually reported .
Like most bioscience the research can be used for therapeutic or diagnostic medical purposes . Or it can be subverted and used as a sophisticated tool of control which can map and therefore invoke a neural or biological process .
These findings could shine a new light (no pun intended) on the seemingly inexplicable ‘shootings’ and ‘random terror attacks’ that plague the modern world .
Is there a link between mind control technologies and ‘mass shootings’ ?
Optogenetics uses light sensitive molecules or proteins that are stimulated using a variety of visible or invisible light frequencies . The light sensitive molecules are genetically introduced to the targeted neuronal cells which are not light sensitive . The genetically modified neuronal cells can then be ‘activated’ using light to excite the modified neuronal cells which re-emit the light at a different wavelength . This process allows precision monitoring or control of the target cells .
The basic proteins used in optogenetics are called channelrhodopsins and are found in green algae where they function as photoreceptors .
A similar protein is the Green Fluorescent Proteins (GFP) which was was first extracted from a jellyfish , this original protein has since been further modified into several variants . Other fluorescent proteins are found in bacteria , specifically the small ultra red fluorescent protein (smURFP) which was cultivated from Cyanobacteria . Variants of the smURFP protein have been evolved which can covalently bond to biliverdin which is formed in the human body when red blood cells break down .
In biological terms a channelrhodopsin protein acts as a light-gated ion channel . When exposed to visible or IR light the protein opens allowing charged ions into the cells , this electrical charge causes the channelrhodopsin protein to fluoresce .
When a fluorescent protein is genetically spliced to a neuronal cell , visible or IR frequencies can ‘activate’ the modified neuronal cell . The cellular response is reversed when the light stimulation is stopped . In some cases the modified neuronal cell can also be ‘deactivated’ using a different wavelength of light .
Transgenic DNA needs to penetrate three biological barriers to successfully integrate itself into a cell . These are the cellular membrane , nuclear membrane and the chromosomal structure . There are a variety of methods for achieving gene transfer which can be classified into two broad groups , viral and non-viral .
Transfection introduces a foreign nucleic acid (D.N.A or R.N.A) to the target cells . The process uses chemical reagents to create a positively charged DNA / RNA complex or soup . This complex is then attracted to a negatively charged target cell , it then enters the cell and forms the new genetically modified hybrid cell .
Electroporation uses an electric or laser pulse to disrupt the membrane of the target cells . This then allows a foreign nucleic acid to pass through the cell wall and form the new hybrid cell . The equipment used in electroporation is termed a ‘gene gun’ .
Transduction uses a virus or bacteria to introduce the foreign nucleic acid to the target cells also known as horizontal transfer . In this process a portion of the DNA / RNA in a virus is replaced with foreign DNA / RNA , the process takes advantage of the fact that a virus naturally incorporates certain portions of a hosts DNA in it’s natural cycle . The virus is then introduced to a subject where the virus inserts the foreign DNA into the target cells . Certain virus types such as adeno-associated virus (AAV) are perfectly suited for transduction in humans as they are not thought to cause any disease .
The transduction method can be further divided into generalized & specialized transduction .
Impalefection uses nano-fibres or nano-tubes which carry the foreign DNA / RNA . The nano-fibres attach themselves to a cell and then penetrate the cell wall , the DNA / RNA is then introduced to the target cells . Cell penetration can be enhanced by the application of electromagnetic radiation .
Each of the above methods of gene transfer has it’s advantages & disadvantages . Once gene transfer has occurred the genetic properties of the hybrid cell are inherited in future cell divisions .
In recent years the non-viral ‘Sleeping Beauty’ (SB) transposon system has been developed and is now considered a ‘safer’ and more efficient method for human subjects due to the accuracy in targeting specific tissue or cells.
A transposon is a mobile segment of DNA that can replicate within the genome and is found in almost all living organisms , they are thought to constitute around 2-3% of the total human genome .
In simplistic terms the transposon can be visualized as a transporter carrying the foreign ‘DNA package’ which needs to be inserted into the DNA of biological tissue , such as the brain . The transposase is an enzyme which binds to the transposon & then homes in and ‘cuts out’ a section of target DNA . The ‘DNA package’ from the transposon is then ‘pasted’ into the gap in the target chromosome (DNA molecule) .
CRIPR (Clustered Regularly Interspersed Palindromic Repeats) is a relatively new gene editing technique which is very similar to the ‘Sleeping Beauty’ method . Just like the SB method , CRISPR uses an RNA molecule to ‘home in’ on a specific DNA sequence . Attached to the RNA molecule is an enzyme called Cas9 , this enzyme then ‘cuts out’ the required portion of DNA .
Unlike SB , CRISPR does not carry a DNA payload , which in SB is ‘pasted’ into the gap . In the CRISPR method the Cas9 enzyme can lie dormant at the ‘cut’ or gene gap , inhibiting or silencing gene expression . Alternatively a protein (for example a green fluorescent protein) can be attached to the dormant Cas9 enzyme , the enzyme can then act as ‘switch’ , activating the specific section of DNA where the Cas9 enzyme lies . In the case of an attached GFP protein the switch is activated by IR or NIR light .
Tissue / Brain Penetration & Interaction by infrared (IR) Laser
So we have now established how transgenic DNA can be introduced to neuronal tissue , the result being a subject that can potentially be stimulated by visible & IR light focused on the brain . But can IR or NIR (near infrared) light penetrate the skull and the brain tissue to activate the neuronal cells ?
In short , yes it can .
The penetration depth depends largely on the power , frequency & wavelength of the IR laser . Many low power infrared (or NIR lasers) cannot penetrate bone or skin tissue . Higher power lasers can penetrate the surface tissue but will damage the brain tissue . This problem is solved by rapidly pulsing the laser at specific wavelengths which can both penetrate surface tissue & not cause obvious damage to the underlying brain tissue .
The issue is further complicated by the fact that certain tissue types absorb light whilst other types scatter the light , the scattering effect can serve to increase the depth of tissue penetration as the reflected light spreads out . NIR light is weakly absorbed by most tissue and the scatter effect is prominent , allowing deeper tissue penetration than other light wavelengths . The near infrared window describes the optimum wavelengths at which light can penetrate tissue most effectively .
Recent studies have shown that NIR lasers operating at a power level of 10-15w and at a wavelength of 800-1000nm can penetrate brain tissue to a depth of around 3cm or more . Although these figures relate to a therapeutic laser operating in close range to the subject .
The penetration depth into biological tissue can be greatly enhanced by the surgical surgical insertion of optical probes , which function in much the same way as fiber-optic cables . The polymer probes are flexible and mimic natural tissue , therefore allowing D.N.A to be fused to the probe .
The probes can also be dosed with modified D.N.A proteins such as GFP , which react to a certain frequency or chemical compound . Furthermore , modified proteins bonded to the hydrogel can be engineered to release certain natural biological proteins when stimulated , the released proteins could then alter or accelerate a natural bodily response . Genetic markers in the human body that produce a hormonal response could be replicated using this method .
The probes can also be used to monitor cellular activity and emit light when faced with a particular metabolic response . For example a probe could be bonded to genetically modified receptors which are activated when the calcium signaling pathways between individual neurons are activated .
Neural probes could further be placed under an opaque surgically implanted ‘skull cap’ which would allow light to enter the cranium directly for the stimulation of neural cells .
In the example shown on the left a small hole is made in the skull and then ‘patched’ with a small disc of nano formed zirconia , allowing a directed beam to be targeted at a specific region of the brain . A small array of implanted discs would allow access to the major sensory regions of the brain .
Other slightly more sophisticated probes allow light activation , gene delivery and also the monitoring of a biological response at the cellular level .
An array of these probes could be used to activate a region of the brain and read the resulting neural signal . These arrays are often termed scaffolds .
When attached to a computer running software that is able to decode the invoked neural firing patterns , the probes could literally read your mind .
Hydrogel can also be loaded with quantum dots (QD’s) .
QD’s have semiconducting properties and can be ‘tuned’ so that they react to a specific frequency .
QD’s can be bonded to the hydrogel along with other biological enzymes . The enzymes can be genetically engineered to activate when faced with a specific metabolic reaction , the enzyme then starts a domino effect which causes the QD to fluoresce . For example , an enzyme that reacts with calcium could detect the calcium signaling of a firing neuron , this then causes the QD to fluoresce , thereby creating a pattern of neural activity that can be transmitted to the hydrogel probe .
Magnetic nano particles can also be fused to the hydrogel along with QD’s . The magnetic particles can be activated by an external electromagnetic frequency which causes the QD’s to fluoresce , which in turn activates the modified enzymes , which in turn causes the synthetic firing of neuronal cells .
Another domino effect .
Mind the Terahertz Gap
Terahertz (THz) frequencies , also known as submillimeter waves or T-Rays , occupy the gap on the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and infrared light . Terahertz frequencies seem to share both the optical properties of light and the wavelike properties of low frequency RF waves .
A few facts about THz waves :
- Unlike X-rays , T-rays are non-ionizing which means that they are considered less harmful to biological tissue .
- Just like X-rays , T-rays can be used for biological imaging .
- T-rays are absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere , including fog and clouds .
- T-rays can penetrate many common materials such as clothing , wood , masonry , plastic and ceramics . The penetration depth of T-rays is generally less than microwaves .
- T-rays can penetrate biological tissue to a depth of only a few millimeters .
- T-rays can be absorbed by biological proteins and many other materials .
- T-rays are easily absorbed by a liquid such as water .
- Electrons in semiconductors resonate at THz frequencies .
- Carbon nano tubes can be formed to both absorb and emit THz frequencies .
- Graphene and THz frequencies have been described as the future of electronic communications .
- Biological proteins and D.N.A vibrate at THz frequencies in the picosecond range . This vibration is thought to form part of the process of cellular communication and also facilitates cellular interaction with other compounds .
- Specific proteins , D.N.A and other compounds are thought to have their own unique ‘THz fingerprint’ at which they vibrate . In fact most objects and materials are known to emit faint T-rays .
- The application of a THz wavelength to a protein , which matches the THz ‘fingerprint’ of the protein , can enhance the reaction rate of the protein . Theoretically this could speed up a specific biological process , depending on which proteins are targeted .
- Terahertz radiation can be generated from engineered metamaterials , specifically nano scale split ring resonators . These materials resonate in the terahertz frequency band when an external laser pulse is applied . Applications of split ring based metamaterials include radomes and superlens . Quantum dots are frequently used in superlens imaging .
- THz frequencies are used for security scanners in airports etc .
- Research has found that THz frequencies can ‘unzip’ and damage the double helix structure of D.N.A.
At first glance it would seem that infrared , THz and other similar bands of the electromagnetic spectrum are useful in biosensing applications , but only at close range because the frequencies are absorbed or attenuated by atmospheric effects and have low penetration depths in biological tissue .
This is not entirely true .
Cultocracy note :
Debris in above diagram = Human Target
Advanced tunable laser systems have now been developed . The beams can be directed using filament propagation which acts as a waveguide . The system can be enhanced with atmospheric compounds . An ‘atmospheric lens’ can also be created using charged particle beams , the ‘lens’ that is created can be used to converge or diverge a separate laser beam .
Do you think that deep state organisations would never conduct covert testing on random human targets ?
Do you think that advances in genetics are being tested only on mice and rats and would never be tested on targeted individuals ?
Do you think that nano technology and genetics will never replace traditional military hardware ?
Do you think that slavery and control of individuals has been abolished ?
Do you think that a large underground network of research and development facilities are a myth ?
Do you think that the technology does not exist and is far from being developed ?
Think again .
The military corporate complex is at the forefront of the development of the technology described in this article .
Coming soon : Mad Mice & the Monte Carlo Method – Part 2
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- ‘Optogenetics’ used to control reward-seeking behavior
- Optogenetics and Deep Brain Stimulation Neurotechnologies (PDF)
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- Pulsed infrared light alters neural activity in rat somatosensory cortex in vivo (PDF)
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- Near-infrared fluorophores for biomedical imaging
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- Bose–Einstein condensation (network theory)
- Quantum coherent-like state observed in a biological protein for the first time
- Weak, strong, and coherent regimes of Fröhlich condensation and their applications to terahertz medicine and quantum consciousness
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