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The Great Western Water Wars


Drought drains critical US water supply

By Pilita Clark via The Financial Times

A huge volume of fresh water has disappeared from the drought-struck south west of the US in the past decade in what researchers say is a startling sign of the fragility of one of the country’s most important water supplies.

Almost 65 cubic kilometres of water has been lost since late 2004 from the Colorado River Basin, an area roughly the size of France that is a vital but heavily used source of water for more than 30m people and 4m acres of farmland.

The amount lost was nearly double the volume of the Colorado River’s Lake Mead, the largest man-made reservoir in the US, according to a study by scientists using data from NASA satellites that can measure changes in water levels.

“This is a lot of water to lose. We thought that the picture could be pretty bad, but this was shocking,” said the study’s lead author, Stephanie Castle, a water resources specialist at the University of California, Irvine.

More than 75 per cent of the loss was due to the rapid depletion of groundwater from underground aquifers that many farmers depend on for irrigation, especially during droughts like the one that has afflicted parts of the south west for the last 14 years.

The researchers found the rate of decline of groundwater, much of which is non-renewable and poorly managed, was roughly six times greater than the losses in Lake Mead and Lake Powell, another large reservoir further upstream on the Colorado River.

“Groundwater is already being used to supplement the gap between surface water supply and basin water demands,” said study co-author, Jay Famiglietti, adding the study revealed a surprisingly high and prolonged reliance on groundwater to bridge the gap between demand and supply.

“The water security of the western United States may be at greater risk than is fully appreciated,” he said.

Groundwater supplies are often far less well documented than more easily observable lakes and rivers. The use of NASA satellites has helped researchers improve their understanding of the extent of these losses worldwide.

Colorado River Basin,

Colorado River Drainage Basin,

Lake Mead, Las Vegas’s main source of water, has been a highly visible victim of the drought. Its levels have fallen so much for so long that it has a prominent white ‘bathtub ring’ of exposed rock around its edges.

It has been falling by a foot a week in recent months and earlier this month fell to its lowest level since it was formed in the 1930s by the construction of the Hoover Dam.

Authorities are spending more than $800m to tunnel under Lake Mead to maintain access to water because the stunted flow of the Colorado River means the lake has shrunk so much that two higher tunnels may no longer be able to channel water to Las Vegas and other cities.

The rapid rates of groundwater depletion are likely to lead to further falls in Colorado River stream flows.

The study’s authors say declines in the snowpack that feeds the river, and population growth, could threaten the long-term ability of the Colorado River Basin to meet water allocation commitments to the seven basin states, which includes California, and to Mexico,

Source: The Financial Times

Biological Health Hazard – Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) Infection


Biological Health Hazard – Healthcare-associated Infections (HAIs)

Tracking CRE

Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Healthcare Settings

CRE, which stands for carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, are a family of germs that are difficult to treat because they have high levels of resistance to antibiotics. Klebsiella species and Escherichia coli (E. coli) are examples of Enterobacteriaceae, a normal part of the human gut bacteria, that can become carbapenem-resistant. Types of CRE are sometimes known as KPC (Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase) and NDM (New Delhi Metallo-beta-lactamase). KPC and NDM are enzymes that break down carbapenems and make them ineffective. Both of these enzymes, as well as the enzyme VIM (Verona Integron-Mediated Metallo-β-lactamase) have also been reported in Pseudomonas.

Healthy people usually do not get CRE infections – they usually happen to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare settings. Patients whose care requires devices like ventilators (breathing machines), urinary (bladder) catheters, or intravenous (vein) catheters, and patients who are taking long courses of certain antibiotics are most at risk for CRE infections.

Some CRE bacteria have become resistant to most available antibiotics. Infections with these germs are very difficult to treat, and can be deadly—one report cites they can contribute to death in up to 50% of patients who become infected.

What are CRE?

CRE, which stands for Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, are an important emerging threat to public health.

Common Enterobacteriaceae include Klebsiella species and Escherichia coli (E. coli). These germs are found in normal human intestines (gut). Sometimes these bacteria can spread outside the gut and cause serious infections, such as urinary tract infections, bloodstream infections, wound infections, and pneumonia. Enterobacteriaceae can cause infections in people in both healthcare and community settings.

Carbapenems are a group of antibiotics that are usually reserved to treat serious infections, particularly when these infections are caused by germs that are highly resistant to antibiotics. Sometimes carbapenems are considered antibiotics of last resort for some infections. Some Enterobacteriaceae can no longer be treated with carbapenems because they have developed resistance to these antibiotics (i.e., CRE); resistance makes the antibiotics ineffective in killing the resistant germ. Resistance to carbapenems can be due to a few different mechanisms. One of the more common ways that Enterobacteriaceae become resistant to carbapenems is due to production of Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC). KPC is an enzyme that is produced by some CRE that was first identified in the United States around 2001. KPC breaks down carbapenems making them ineffective.  Other enzymes, in addition to KPC, can breakdown carbapenems and lead to the development of CRE, but they are uncommon in the United States.

How are CRE spread?

To get a CRE infection, a person must be exposed to CRE germs. CRE germs are usually spread person to person through contact with infected or colonized people, particularly contact with wounds or stool. CRE can cause infections when they enter the body, often through medical devices like ventilators, intravenous catheters, urinary catheters, or wounds caused by injury or surgery.

Who is most likely to get an infection with CRE?

Healthy people usually don’t get CRE infections. CRE primarily affect patients in acute and long-term healthcare settings, who are being treated for another condition. CRE are more likely to affect those patients who have compromised immune systems or have invasive devices like tubes going into their body. Use of certain types of antibiotics might also make it more likely for patients to get CRE.

Treatment for CRE

Many people with CRE will have the germ in or on their body without it producing an infection. These people are said to be colonized with CRE, and they do not need antibiotics for the CRE. If the CRE are causing an infection, the antibiotics that will work against it are limited but some options are often available. In addition, some infections might be able to be treated with other therapies, like draining the infection. Strains that have been resistant to all antibiotics are very rare but have been reported.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


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Deadly ‘superbug’ is spreading in US hospitals

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Cases of the contagious and deadly “superbug” known as CRE increased five-fold in community hospitals from 2008 to 2012 in the Southeastern U.S., according to a new study.

the actual number of patients discovered was low—305—the worry is that CRE infections are under-reported and threaten health care facilities nationwide, said one of the report’s authors…

“This is a wakeup call for hospitals on how to detect the disease,” said Dr. Joshua Thaden, one of the leading authors for the study published in the August issue of the medical journal, Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.

“And the reason this is very serious is because of the high mortality rate (50 percent) of CRE,” Thaden explained. “The fact that we’re seeing an increase is concerning.”

Adding to the concern is a report published last month that found another superbug, MRSA, at firehouses in Washington state.

Researchers at the University of Washington School of Public Health tested 33 firehouses for the presence of MRSA. The bug was found at 19 of those firehouses on ambulances, trucks and on kitchen surfaces.

Twelve crews reported having at least one member who had gotten an infection requiring medical care. No deaths have been reported.

MRSA stands for Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and is another drug-resistant bacteria. It causes a range of illnesses, from skin and wound infections to pneumonia and bloodstream infections that can cause sepsis and death.

Anyone can get MRSA through direct contact with an infected wound or by sharing personal items, such as towels or razors, that have touched infected skin.

There are more than 80,000 cases of MRSA detected each year in the U.S., with a reported 11,285 deaths.

CRE can be transferred from a patient to the hands of the care provider, like a doctor or nurse, and from their hands to another patient. An estimated 9,300 people in the U.S. are infected by CRE every year, resulting in around 600 deaths.

All in all, there are at least 2 million illnesses reported each year from the various superbugs, resulting in more than 23,000 deaths, according to the CDC.

Since most CRE cases—and even some MRSA infections—usually start in health care facilities, pressure has been mounting in hospitals to do a better job of tracking them…

Medical experts say that the overuse of antibiotics in humans and animals has led to the spread of superbugs.

That overuse is likely to continue in animals after a panel of the U.S. Second Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the Food and Drug Administration does not have to consider banning the practice of feeding antibiotics to animals that are not sick.

The appeals court overturned two district court rulings in cases brought by the Natural Resources Defense Council and other groups. The suits sought to prompt the FDA to stop the routine use of certain antibiotics in healthy animals unless drug manufacturers proved the safety of such use.

Antibiotics are often used in livestock as a preventive measure. Eighty percent of all the antibiotics sold in the United States are used in livestock production.

There are calls for stronger antibiotics to deal with the superbug spread. However, that’s likely to just continue the vicious cycle of drug resistance, said Thaden, a Boston-based specialist in infectious disease.

“Developing new drugs is important, but the bacteria could end up resisting them as well,” he said.

Read Full Article at CNBC

Biological Health Hazard – Hantavirus: Western Slope Area, CO


Biological Hazard  –  Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS)

North-America -  USA | State of Colorado, Western Slope Area
Bio-hazard Level: 4/4 Hazardous
Location: N 39° 57.750, W 105° 30.60
Deaths: 0
Infected: 1

Biological Hazard in USA on Friday, 25 July, 2014 at 03:48 (03:48 AM) UTC.

Health officials say a western Colorado boy is being treated after contracting hantavirus. The Mesa County Health Department said Wednesday the boy, whose name and age have not been released, was taken to Denver over the weekend and is still being treated. Officials did not say where or how he contracted the virus, which is present in the saliva, urine, and feces of infected mice. People are infected by breathing in the virus during direct contact with rodents or by disturbing dust and feces from mice nests or surfaces contaminated with mice droppings or urine. Symptoms include muscle aches, fatigue, high fever, dizziness, headaches, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain, which can eventually lead to death.

Source: RSOE EDIS

Biological Health Hazard – Hemorrhagic Fever (Ebola virus): Nigeria


Biological Health Hazard – Hemorrhagic Fever (Ebola virus)

Epidemic Hazard  – Hemorrhagic Fever (Ebola virus)Disease Outbreak
Africa Nigeria  | Somolu District, Lagos
Bio-hazard Level: 4/4 Hazardous
Location: N 6° 31.463, E 3° 22.752  
Deaths: unknown
Infected: 1

Biological Hazard in Nigeria on Friday, 25 July, 2014 at 03:38 (03:38 AM) UTC.

The deadly Ebola hemorrhagic fever may have reached Nigeria, local health officials say. A Liberian man in his 40s is currently being tested for the virus in the capital city of Lagos, which is home to 21 million people. The most recent Ebola outbreak has already killed 632 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone since February. This would be the first case in Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa. Abdulsalami Nasidi, project director of the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, urged Nigerians to be proactive in stopping the disease, calling it a “time bomb,” according to a Thursday report in the Nigerian Tribune. Earlier this month, he told reporters that Nigeria was not prepared to fight the disease. The virus spreads through contact with blood or bodily fluids of infected people It’s been fatal for about 60 percent of infected patients during the recent outbreak. Sheik Umar Khan, one of the region’s top physicians who led the fight against Ebola, contracted the disease earlier this week. Nigeria ranked among the top five countries around the world in need of better health care systems by the Borgen Project, a nonprofit focused on poverty and hunger

Source: RSOE EDIS

Biological Health Hazard – Rabies: Vancouver


Epidemic Hazard  – Rabies
North-America- Canada | Province of British Columbia, Vancouver,  Kitsilano
Bio-hazard Level: 4/4 Hazardous
Location: N 49° 16.256, W 123° 9.729
Deaths: 0
Humans Infected: 1

Biological Hazard in Canada on Friday, 25 July, 2014 at 03:36 (03:36 AM) UTC.

Health officials in Vancouver are warning people to avoid touching or picking up bats they might find, because of the risk of catching rabies, after one tested positive for the rare disease in Kitsilano. While rabies is uncommon, in B.C five bats have already tested positive for the disease this year, including the one found on Vancouver’s West Side. Reka Gustafson with the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority says every week at least one person has to be tested for rabies after coming in contact with a bat. She warns you don’t have to bitten by the animals to get infected and anyone who touches one needs to get tested for rabies. “The reason we’re reminding people about this is because exposure to bats is an event that requires medical follow up.” “If a bat is infected with rabies it can transmit the disease to humans when its saliva comes into contact with a person’s mucous membranes – eyes, nose, mouth – or through a break in the skin.” People are advised never to pick up an injured bat they might find, says Randy Ash, senior environmental health officer. “We hear of people finding an injured or sick bat and trying to nurse it back to health. A bat acting unusually may be more likely to be infected with rabies, so this practice is risky.” “The majority of human contact with bats happens between July and September when bats are most active and juveniles are weaned. So we are taking this opportunity to remind everyone to avoid contact with bats.”

Source: RSOE EDIS

Biological Health Hazard – Rabies: Guilford County, NC


Epidemic Hazard  – Rabies
North-America- USA | State of North Carolina, Guilford County
Bio-hazard Level: 4/4 Hazardous
Location: N 36° 7.998, W 79° 50.421
Deaths: 0
Humans Infected: 4

Biological Hazard in USA on Friday, 25 July, 2014 at 03:34 (03:34 AM) UTC.

The sixth rabies case of the year in Guilford County required exposure vaccinations for a woman and three Guilford Courthouse National Military Park staff members. Monday, a woman carried a sick raccoon a quarter of mile to park rangers. Wednesday test results revealed the raccoon was rabid. Guilford County Environmental Health Director Scott Greene said though no one suffered a bite but all four have to get post-exposure vaccinations as a precaution. “Once you start to show symptoms of rabies, then it’s almost always fatal,” Greene said. Park staff and health professionals remind everyone not to touch any wild animal and to call animal control instead. Last year at this time, there were 10 rabies cases for the county.

Source: RSOE EDIS

The BRAIN Project: The Virtual World where nothing is as it seems or claims to be.


Human neuroscientific and neurochemical behavior control: Resurrecting Montauk, MKUltra and The loss of Psychological Freedom one synapse at a time. Next up, neuro-invasive nanobots and nanoneurology for the masses – “Rise of the machines -  Remote Controlled Human Beings .”

The BRAIN Project and Military Mind Control

by Nicholas West via Activist Post

In April of last year, Obama announced a $100 million brain-mapping project, which is being promoted as essential to unlocking the secrets behind degenerative brain conditions and kick starting job growth.

Despite a U.S. economy that is sliding ever faster toward complete implosion, Obama is doubling down on the initiative with another $100 million dollar commitment even as very little of the assertions about job growth have been proven.

In light of where the funding is coming from, it is worth re-examining the darker payoff potential.

According to the latest from LiveScience:

Under the proposed budget, released Tuesday (March 4), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will contribute an estimated $100 million to the effort; the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will invest $80 million; and the National Science Foundation (NSF) will provide another $20 million. (Source)

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The NIH plans to develop a “toolbox” of technologies to map the brain’s circuitry, measure activity in brain circuits and probe how these circuits lead to unique human cognition and behavior.

DARPA will continue to develop memory prostheses as part of an effort called Restoring Active Memory, to create medical devices that measure and stimulate neurons to ease the symptoms of diseases such as PTSD and depression, a project called Systems-Based Neurotechnology for Emerging Therapies (SUBNETS); and to develop prosthetic limbs that would restore control and sensation to amputees, known as Prosthetic Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX).

The NSF will focus on three main areas: interdisciplinary research; new theories, models and tools to guide research; and technologies to handle huge amounts of new data. The NSF has already provided $25 million in funding to an MIT research center for “Brains, Minds and Machines,” as well as funding to support scientific collaborations.

Since this all sounds so positive, and we are apparently to believe that DARPA just wants to cure Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, we might want to re-visit some of what has been discussed previously in order to put this into proper context.

As The New American has rightly highlighted, whenever DARPA is involved, we can expect that there will be creepy military applications . . . like mind control. This mission has actually been around for some time within the halls of elite think-tanks, and now appears to be coming to full fruition. We’ve even seen the recent exposure by a whistleblower at the University of Arizona who came forward to reveal a connection to DARPA’s desire to recreate through narrative the results from Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. In short, affecting thought patterns and, in particular, changing religious views in order to thwart the fanaticism that supposedly underpins the War on Terror.

A closer look at the area being invested in by the National Science Foundation reveals what Big Data and the merger of human and machine intelligence is really about. Please read Medical Nanobots Will Connect Brain to Cloud Computing to get a better understanding of where this part of the initiative is headed, as well as the article Big Government Seeks New Ways to Manage “Big Data” to see how heavily invested our largest federal agencies are in collecting and analyzing data in order to find ways to predict human behavior – something that is already taking shape in “predictive policing” as we see it being rolled out in Chicago. Departments such as the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the U.S. Geological survey, and DARPA are all right there.

As government data collection ramps up, the Obama administration through the Office of Science and Technology Policy has announced a $200 million investment in taking this information “from data to decisions.” So that’s now a total of $400 million in this overall data-brain initiative. All to make our lives more prosperous and healthy? Let’s look at other possibilities….

The UK think-tank, The Royal Society (which has openly admitted to studying how to play God with the climate) kicked off a program in 2010 that revealed its multifaceted investigation into the identification of organic brain function and potential control over human behavior.

The Brain Waves project is divided into four modules, each tasked with studying the impact of developments in the field of neuroscience and neurotechnology.

The titles of the modules reflect the areas of examination:

Module 1: Society and policy
Module 2: Implications for education and lifelong learning
Module 3: Conflict and security
Module 4: Responsibility and the law

The results from these modules have been published, and clearly illustrate how this panel views the lower public masses in light of their status as the elite arbiters of human destiny. The dual approach to this investigation must be kept in mind as the U.S. government is now rolling out the BRAIN initiative as the next great thing since the human genome project. The ramifications are potentially even more momentous.

We often hear from critics that these think-tanks are an essential part of scientific discovery, and that drawing conclusions of a nefarious nature about their intent is paranoid conspiracy theory — they are only thinking, after all.  I would submit that objective scientific inquiry is absolutely necessary and that the proper role of science is to disseminate results to the public for open debate, prior to their implementation.  However, think-tanks such as the Royal Society betray, by their own language, subjective biases (and corporate connections) that have no place in true science.

The Royal Society funds over 700 private ventures, which undoubtedly are directed by findings from studies such as Brain Waves.  While their studies might be couched in scientific terminology, there is always a philosophical overlay that indicates a desire to study the sciences specifically for use toward a purpose that a relatively small group sees fit.  Furthermore, given that many developments in neuroscience are already being forced upon the public in a negative manner, the claims of open debate and “welcoming comments from the public” seem disingenuous.  Rather, what we have is a another think-tank blueprint that is merely stating the current course planned long ago, as well as what is to be rolled out in the near future under projects like BRAIN.

Just as we have seen from other think tanks such as the Project For a New American Century, Council on Foreign Relations, Brookings Institution, and a host of others; their thoughts translate to reality on a less-than-coincidental frequency, so we would do well to listen to what they have been saying.

The Project (an elite view of the brain)

As an initial aside, perhaps lending insight into their philosophical perspective: the image they have chosen to represent Module 1 of the project is “a drawing of Purkinje cells (A) and granule cells (B) from pigeon cerebellum.” Slightly odd given that their results are directed toward humans, but this would be consistent with much of elitist statements and writings from Bertrand Russell to Aldoux Huxley, Henry Kissinger, and others who literally refer to the masses as a lower form of animal.  (Are we to assume we’re viewed here as bird brains?)

Module 1 (108-page PDF) An overview for subsequent modules in “neuroimaging, neuropsychopharmacology, and neural interfaces – and discuss(es) the translation of this knowledge into useful applications . . . as well as the ethical questions and governance issues.”

Their statement of intent reads as follows:

Increasing understanding of the brain . . . will increase our insights into normal human behaviour and mental well-being, as well as enabling other enhancement, manipulation, and even degradation of brain function and cognition…

The array of ‘neuro’ disciplines lend themselves to applications in diverse areas of public policy such as health, education, law, and security.  More broadly, progress in neuroscience is going to raise questions about personality, identity, responsibility, and liberty, as well as associated social and ethical issues.  The aim of the Royal Society’s Brain Waves project is to explore what neuroscience can offer, what are its limitations, and what are the potential benefits and the risks posted by particular applications. (page 1)

Similar to their discussion of weather control, this study seeks an all-inclusive approach that spans the full spectrum of society, begging the same question they asked previously regarding the implementation of scientific discovery, “Who decides?”

Module 2 (36-page PDF)  “The report authors, including neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists and education specialists, agree that if applied properly, the impacts of neuroscience could be highly beneficial in schools and beyond.”

From the summary:

The emerging field of educational neuroscience presents opportunities as well as challenges for education.  It provides means to develop a common language and bridge the gulf between educators, psychologists, and neuroscientists.

One group is conspicuously absent from this particular part of the summary: parents. Rather, we are given a small glimpse into the mindset of technocrats and scientific dictators everywhere who have a worldview of central management and social engineering as the solutions for society at large.  In this new world, it is the state and its scientists who are to hold the key for humanity’s next stage of evolution, not the individual or family unit.

Module 3 (75-page PDF)  “This report considers some of the potential military and law enforcement applications arising from key advances in neuroscience.”

From the summary:

This new knowledge suggests a number of potential military and law enforcement applications.  These can be divided into two main goals: performance enhancement, i.e. improving the efficiency of one’s own forces, and performance degradation, i.e. diminishing the performance of one’s enemy.  In this report we consider some of the key advances in neuroscience, such as neuropharmacology, functional neuroimaging, and neural interface systems, which could impact upon these developments and the policy implications for the international community.

This is nothing less than a justification for the military to become the guinea pig testing ground for what will eventually trickle down to the rest of us.  Everything from drugs to erase traumatic memories, to transcranial ultrasonic helmets, to complete computer-brain interfacing. But, remember from the press release: it’s just to cure PTSD. Sure it is.

Here is a video of the Chair of the Royal Society’s new project, Professor Rod Flower, who has some interesting things to say about how the military applications are “very, very exciting and potentially very useful for us,” as indicated by their study of neuroscience applications. For me, Brave New World comes to mind.  This video is specifically related to Module 3, but provides a good overview of the general areas of study. Brain Waves Module 3: Neuroscience, security and conflict

Module 4 (46-page PDF) “Neuroscientists seek to determine how brain function affects behaviour, and the law is concerned with regulating behaviour. It is therefore likely that developments in neuroscience will increasingly be brought to bear on the law. This report sets out some of the areas where neuroscience might be of relevance, along with some of the limits to its application. Specific issues discussed include risk assessment in probation and parole decisions; detecting deception; assessing memory; understanding pain; and Non-Accidental Head Injury NAHI).”   From the summary:

Many questions have been asked about what neuroscience might offer for the law.  For instance, might neuroscience fundamentally change concepts of legal responsibility?  Or could aspects of a convicted person’s brain help to determine whether they are at an increased risk of reoffending?  Will it ever be possible to use brain scans to ‘read minds’, for instance with the aim of determining whether they are telling the truth, or whether their memories are false?  It has been suggested that “for the law, neuroscience changes nothing and everything”(1).  This report takes a different position: that discoveries in neuroscience (or in genetics or psychology) will not completely revolutionise the theory of practice of the law in the near future; but there are already some important practical implications of recent neuroscientific discoveries, which should impact on the law, and there will certainly be many more over the next few years.

Here we see an indication of the endgame, which we already see being played out in the latest high-tech phase of the War on Terror.  Technologies like FAST are being touted as mobile lie detectors that all people will be scanned by for “malintent” regardless of any presumption of innocence.  Scientists will decide the markers, the computer will provide the reading, and a bureau of State agents will make the final threat analysis.  The only function that “law” has under this type of scenario is which prison or rehabilitation center to assign to those marked as trouble by the scientific dictatorship. DHS introduces it’s new Orwellian Precognition System: FAST Technology-Future Attribute Screening Technology coming soon

The area of brain study being conducted by the world’s most elite think-tanks poses a central problem for self-determination.  We already have seen how the establishment think-tanks dictate their policies regarding “normal behavior.” For example, the  list of new “disorders” coming from mainline medical sources are actually normal human behavior for people of sound mind and, yet, the global Orwellian initiative to declare everyone mentally ill is already well underway, as shown by the skyrocketing prescriptions given across the board to both adults and children.   The conclusions drawn by think-tanks can very easily transform the rest of society, as they are disseminated down through the institutions and private ventures that they fund, permeating outward to the general society at large.  Add to this the military and legal implications, and even a bird brain can envision where we might be heading next.     *An important resource for background information about the Royal Society and Neuroscience is Alan Watt’s website cuttingthroughthematrix.com.

Related:

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