Betreff: Zimmerman and Norseen
Von: susan
Datum: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 12:49:13 -0800 (PST)

Cheryl Welsh <> wrote:
From Cheryl Welsh Tue Jan 11 08:47:18 2005
From: "Cheryl Welsh"
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 08:47:18 -0800
Subject: Zimmerman and Norseen

I am waiting for Ed to post a new 2005 update article on my website, I think
he got flooded out, may take a week or more to post.  But I am still not
done with remote sensing, targeting article, may take another month.  But I
went to UCD library about Jack's post on Becker's book and the meg work.
Found articles on the scientists and Zimmerman too.  The LA Times article is
actually 1976, the one on my website under facts, and victims section.  They
were all collaborating with Cohen at MIT.  Anyway, going to work, no time to
give complete cites now, I don't have Computer world cite or article.

I spoke with Zimmerman years ago, not open to mind control back then, and
like Dr. Rauscher, etc. he just wouldn't deal directly with the issue.  Plus
the money, I couldn't afford it.  He had a sleep lab in Nev.  Don't know
anymore where he is.

I agree about Norseen, excerpt from my soon to be posted article on him,
Sorry about long email.

...For decades, few breakthroughs for electromagnetic weapons or mind
have been reported and promising research seems to go 'black'.  Accidental
rare glimpses of classified mind control research have occurred, such as the
scandal of 1950s and 60s CIA Mkultra mind control programs exposed in 1970s
congressional hearings.  The CIA mind control programs have continued in
another 1970s supersecret program, according to the Washington Post.  One
conclude that Mkultra was successful since experiments continued, despite
CIA's half truths that MKultra had ended.
The 1970s Darpa's Richard Cesaro's public claims of success with microwave
radiation mind control on monkeys for Project Pandora were never followed up
and contradicted the Project Pandora official findings of no nonthermal
bioeffects.  Lockheed Martin's John Norseen and his 1990s electromagnetic
brain signals demonstrations for airport terrorist mind-reading with no
up research by NASA also illustrate how successful mind control research for
national security is moving into classified or 'black' government programs.
This long-term government involvement and mind control research going 'black
points to an extensive mind control program, and indicates mind control is
of the deepest secrets of the nation.

John Norseen's mind control research

Most people are unaware of the extent of government control in national
security matters of, 1) research funding and 2) available public
This is true for mind control research.  In 2001, John Norseen, a Lockheed
Martin neuroscientist, demonstrated promising mind control research,
to US News, which was subsequently described as promising future defense
research in a 2002 major government report and after 2002 just disappeared.
Norseen's research is a rare glimpse into government neuroscience/mind
research and the process of government funding and secrecy.
Research on human mind control for national security is seldom addressed by
neuroscientists and unclassified scientific literature on military mind
control is scarce.  Most neuroscientists describe mind control as
The following articles report that Norseen's research is funded by the
Pentagon, is classified in part, has actually been demonstrated and is
recommended for future research by major government defense agencies.
US News & World Report January 3-10, 2000, John Norseen Reading your
injecting smart thoughts, Douglas Pasternak described Norseen's work;  "The
key is finding 'brain prints'." "Think of your hand touching a mirror,"
explains Norseen. "It leaves a fingerprint." BioFusion would reveal the
fingerprints of the brain by using mathematical models. "Just like you can
find one person in a million through fingerprints," he says, "you can find
thought in a million."

Signal Magazine, Decoding Minds, October, 2001 by Dr. John D. Norseen of
Lockheed Martin reported; "We are at the point where this database has been
developed enough that we can use a single electrode or something like an
airport security system where there is a dome above our head to get enough
information that we can know the number you're thinking,"

14.  Dr. Norseen's demonstration of mind reading.
In the New York Times December 9, 2001,The Year in Ideas: A TO Z.; The Lie
Detector That Scans Your Brain, Clive Thompson reported; "John Norseen, a
scientist with Lockheed Martin, is often able to discern when subjects are
thinking of particular numbers.  He predicts that by 2005, brain mappers
be able to automatically scan the skulls of everyone going through airports
search for potential hijackers.  ...But after the Sept. 11 attacks, the FBI
and CIA are taking a closer look at brain mapping.  And the Department of
Defense is helping finance Norseen's research."
The Washington Times, August 17, 2002, NASA plans to read terrorist's minds
airport by Frank J. Murray;

Airport security screeners may soon try to read the minds of
travelers to identify terrorists. Officials of the National
Aeronautics and Space Administration have told Northwest Airlines
security specialists that the agency is developing
brain-monitoring devices in cooperation with a commercial firm,
which it did not identify.  Space technology would be adapted to
receive and analyze brain-wave and heartbeat patterns, then feed
that data into computerized programs 'to detect passengers who
potentially might pose a threat,' according to briefing documents
obtained by The Washington Times.
NASA wants to use 'noninvasive neuro-electric sensors,' imbedded
in gates, to collect tiny electric signals that all brains and
hearts transmit.  Computers would apply statistical algorithms to
correlate physiologic patterns with computerized data on travel
routines, criminal background and credit information from
'hundreds to thousands of data sources,' NASA documents say.
The 2002 NSF Converging Technologies report included a description matching
Norseen's research.  Dr. Robert Asher of federal government Sandia
Laboratories endorsed funding of nonthermal effects research and the last
lines of the description below sounds very similar to Dr. Norseen's
Page 356-8;
Develop a program that will explore the use of electromagnetics
for enhancement of human performance.  This program will be
multidisciplinary in orientation, utilizing, ...
information technology in that the pulses need to be so shaped as
to cause desired interconnected cell electromagnetic responses of
cognition by external fields.  ...
Nano.  The brain-machine effort will require nanotechnologies in
order to make the required experimental measurements and to
implement the devices for both receiving brain electromagnetic
signals and transmitting signals back into the brain.  ...
Bio.  This is a highly biological, neuroscience effort, which
requires detailed understanding and measurements of the brain's
electromagnetic activity.  It requires a significant measurement
protocol.  ...
Cogno.  This effort by its very nature will directly affect the
cognitive aspects of the individual by externally applied
electromagnetic fields by implanting information for the
individual. Thus, this effort can lead to increased learning and
other cognitive results.
Like most government reports on subjects involving classified research or
weapons, there is seldom hard evidence.  Dr. Asher likewise describes future
military research with no citations.  No further information on Norseen's
research has been reported in the news after the 2002 article.  The NASA
public affairs office has subsequently reported they do not have plans to
pursue airport neurosensing technologies and do not have mind reading
capabilities.  Norseen's research was described as futuristic and promising,
according to the US News account.  For the research to just disappear after
2002 is an indication that Norseen's mind reading and electromagnetic
radiation bioeffects research went 'black' or became classified.  In this
the government keeps national security-related mind control research almost
completely out of the public eye.   ...