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Electromagnetic Weapons: As Powerful As The Atomic Bomb

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Electromagnetic Weapons:
As Powerful As The Atomic Bomb

I. A fifty year electromagnetic arms race between Russia and the U.S.: Russia & East Block say nonthermal electromagnetic biological effects used for new weapons, U.S. policy says emr nonthermal effects not proven.

10 July 1979 Committee on Disarmament 1-52, V.L. Issraelyan, Representative of the USSR to the Committee on Disarmament.

Physical Properties of Biological Matter: Some History, Principles, and Applications by Herman P. Schwan, 1982.

May 22, 1988, Barton Reppert Associated Press Writer, Washington AP, entitled Looking at the Moscow Signal, the Zapping of an Embassy 35 years later, The Mystery Lingers.

Neurological Research, Vol. 4, No 1/2, 1982, Dr. Ross Adey


Defense & Foreign Affairs. P.34(1983,July), "Scientific Advances Hold Dramatic Prospects for Psy-Strat", Possony, Stefan.

Defense & Foreign Affairs Daily", June 7, 1983
a. Fifty year of suppression of nonthermal emr research by US government and emr industry is documented.

Microwave Debate by Nicholas Steneck, 1984, MIT Press, page 84.

Zapping of America by Paul Brodeur,1977

Trial 8-90 page 32, Bruce H. DeBoskey, "Non-Ionizing Radiation: Hidden Hazards".

b. Fifty years later, nonthermal effects of emr are scientific basis for weapons and biological basis of brain function, human rights experts, military, civilian and top government science advisor say

International Review of the Red Cross 279, 1, Nov. 1990 entitled "The Development of New Antipersonnel Weapons by Louise Doswald-Beck and Gerald C. Cauderay.

US News & World Report, 7-7-97, "Wonder Weapons", Douglas Pasternak, page 40.

US News & World Report, Jan3/Jan 10 2000, Page 67,"Reading your mind and injecting smart thoughts", John Norseen

US News & World Report, Jan 3-10, 2000, Page 68, Rodolfo Llinas. "A grand unification theory of the brain".

Wired magazine, April 2000 by Bill Joy

Imagined Worlds, Dyson, Freeman,. President and Fellows of Harvard College, 1997.

c. US says Russia has mind control emr weapons.

The Associated Press, "Mind-Altering Microwaves, Soviets Studying Invisible Ray," Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 22 Nov. 1976, Sec A.

NBC Magazine with David Brinkley, July 16, 1981 No. 47592.

Military Review (official publication of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College), "The New Mental Battlefield", Lt. Col. John B. Alexander, U.S. Army, Ph.D. [He is a leading proponent of and spokesman for nonlethal weapons. Col. Alexander worked at Los Alamos Lab on nonlethal weapons.]

d. US government claims electromagnetic radiation (emr) mind control weapons are classified.

U.S. News and World Report, July 7, 1997, Wonder Weapons" page 38;

Bulletin of Atomic Scientist, Sept/Oct 1994, "The Soft-Kill Fallacy" by Steven Aftergood,

e. National security: why the public is in the dark about electromagnetic weapons

The Washington Post article by George Lardner, 4-27, 5-3-92, page 34

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientist article entitled, The Soft-Kill Fallacy, Sept/Oct 94, page 43 Steve Aftergood

Boston Globe, 7-7-89, Larry Collins

Open Verdict An account of 25 mysterious deaths in the defense industry, Tony Collins, Sphere Books Ltd., a division of MacDonald & Co. Publishers London, 1990

Hustler magazine, June 1989, "Who's Killing the Star Wars Scientists"

Trial 8-90,"Non-Ionizing Radiation: Hidden Hazards", Bruce H. DeBoskey, page 32

II. With the break up of the Soviet Union in 1989,the US promotes nonlethal emr weapons which have been classified since the 1960s. Several mainstream Soviet press articles claim Russian top secret and massive mind control technology program in chaos.

The Herald (Glasgow), No reporter listed. "Brainwash killers 'still in use'". , 26 May 1995, 8. "

Stolitsa, Myasnikov, Alexei. "MC-Ultra Program, Use of mind-control equipment by armed forces not ruled out by Moscow-based Foreign Policy Institute." , No.43, 2 Nov. 1992,

TV program, ZDF, "Geheimes Russland" ,TV-Tagestip, Der Dienstag im ZDF: Dec, 22, 1998

The Moscow Times July 11, 1995, "Report: Soviets Used Top-Secret 'Psychotronic' Weapons", Owen Matthews.

See CAHRA [now Mind Justice] website, [updated 2-04], entry 11, chapter 5 for list of over 25 Russian articles.
a. Electromagnetic weapons: more powerful than the atomic bomb, scientists say

May 22, 1988 by Barton Reppert Associated Press Writer, Washington AP, entitled Looking at the Moscow Signal, the Zapping of an Embassy 35 years later, The Mystery Lingers

New York Times, Dec. 29, 1965 p.28 covered speakers at an American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting. Entitled "Controlling the Mind", Professor David Krech of the University of California

Defense Electronics, July 1993, "DOD, Intel Agencies Look at Russian Mind Control Technology, Claims FBI considered Testing on Koresh", by Mark Tapscott

The Guardian "The Future Art of War", May 25, 1995. Nic Lewer, peace researcher at the University of Bradford

b. Gorbachev concerns never reach U.S. mainstream press

1986 Press Conference on Gorbachev's Nuclear Arms Elimination Proposals. BBC "Weapons based on new physical principles would include, ... beam, radio-wave, infrasonic, geophysical and genetic weapons. In their strike characteristics these types of weapons might be no less dangerous than mass strike weapons. The Soviet Union considers it necessary to establish a ban on the development of arms of this kind."

c. U.S. wins electromagnetic arms race

Defense News, Jan.11-17, 1993 U.S. Explores Russian Mind-Control Technology by Barbara Opall

III. A serious public issue: Control of your mind is a classified military capability

a. Electromagnetic weapons: concerns and warnings by human rights experts

British Medical Journal Vol. 315, 7-12-97 page 78. Robin M. Coupland, Surgeon, International Committee of the Red Cross

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Dr. Barbara Hatch Rosenberg Sept/Oct 1994, page 45

International Review of the Red Cross 279, 1, Nov. 1990 entitled The Development of New Antipersonnel Weapons by Louise Doswald-Beck and Gerald C. Cauderay.

Aviation Week and SpaceTechnology,144(25)1996,June17,Mann,Paul, "Mass Weapons Threat Deepens Worldwide"

b. Allegations of nonconsensual experimentation, illegal foreign and domestic intelligence operations and illegal military use of new weapons of mass destruction

World Organization Against Torture, 1998 report entitled "Torture in the United States"

The European Parliament Resolution A4-005/99, Environment, Security and Foreign policy passed on Jan 29, 1999.

A preliminary Dr. Bertell Study of medical claims of victims is now underway.

Dr. Alan Scheflin, law professor at Santa Clara Law School and author of the 1978 Paddington Press book, Mind Manipulators and Dr. Colin Ross, psychiatrist appeared on the History Channel, Fall, 2000 on "Mind Control: America's Secret War"

See CAHRA [now Mind Justice] website for further examples. [updated 2-04].

c. Nonconsensual experimentation and electromagnetic weapons, no codification of the Nuremberg Code or penalties under U.S. law. No laws or treaties to control use of emr weapons. .

Ethicist, Jonathan Moreno wrote Undue Risk Secret State Experiments on Humans, 1999, W.H. Freeman and Co.

Lawyer-ethicist, George Annas, Boston University author of Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code
1. Recognizing victims

New York Times Magazine, 8-31-97, page 38

Los Angeles Times, 3-28-88, A classic case of a whistleblower targeted with emr weapons: Rex Niles, FBI informant on kickbacks by defense contractors. His aluminum foil hat has tiny holes in it, says Rex Niles, proof that the government is bombarding him with microwaves in an attempt to kill him. "They were aggravating my conscious as well as my subconscious mind," he stated. He reported noise campaigns to cause stress and circling helicopters. Witnesses document the harassment, high microwave levels, etc. Niles, a formerly successful defense contractor, after informant role has ended, faced retaliation and is labeled mentally ill.

Such Things are Known, a book by victim Dorothy Burdick, 1981.

Kansas City Pitch Weekly, April 13-19, 1995, Ex-engineer Against Adverse Energyby Mike Taylor

The Star Beacon, October 1996 page 2 by Carole

Pennsylvania Inquirer, 199?

2. Unclassified information supports victim claims

US News & World Report, 7-7-97, "Wonder Weapons", Douglas Pasternak, page 40.

Los Angeles Times, March 29th 1976 "Mind Reading Machine Tells Secrets of the Brain Sci-Fi Comes True" by Norman Kempster

New York Times Magazine, Sept 29, 1996, on magnetic therapy World News Tonight with Peter Jennings March 19, 1998 "A Closer Look, Magnetic Therapy for Depression

CNN news broadcast, Special Assignment, Nov.-1985, by Chuck DeCaro, "Weapons of War, Is there an RF Gap?" Ultrascience, Weapons of War" on the Learning Channel on September 21, 1997 featured Dr. Michael Persinger of Laurentian University, Canada. Ultrascience, "War 2020", Beyond Productions, Learning Channel, 1998, Dr. Michael Persinger, Laurentian University Ultrascience III, "Spies are us" Featured Dr. James C. Lin, PhD. biomedical and electrical engineer, educator, author of Microwave Auditory Effects and Applications, 1978 International Defense Review, 3-1-93, "Special Operations Survives Pentagon budget Constraints", Ramon Lopez Margo Cherney FOIA request for complete NASA abstract Report Number: AD-A090426.,June 1, 1980. Brooks Air Force Base, Jan.25, 2000. Microwave News, editor, Louis Slesin, Jan/Feb 1997 p 14. "U.S. Air Force Looks to the Battlefields of the Future: Electromagnetic Fields That Might "Boggle the Mind" Federal Times, Dec. 13, 1976 "Microwave Weapons Study by Soviets Cited. CIA FOIA search for documents on 'Auditory' listed the following document."F80-0547, 1974-12-02 untitled BBC News Online Oct 11, 1999, "Looking Through Cats' Eyes Fuzzy But Recognizable"

IV. Conclusion

For further information, contact CAHRA [now Mind Justice], Citizens Against Human Rights Abuse, a nonprofit 501(c)3 group for information, research, networking, projects. [updated 2-04].