Tracking Brainwaves and Possible Connection to Erin Valenti’s Death

By Fred

Revisiting the 2019 Mysterious Death of Erin Valenti raised several scenarios as to the cause of death.

The seminar she attended “might have provoked the manic episode or exacerbated an emerging mental illness.”

Or “she might have been a victim of brain-machine interfaces.”

Or “she died, as stated in the official autopsy report, of a sudden, fatal descent into mental illness, and within an hour, death by natural causes.”

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Did something happen at that seminar? Will Ontocore discuss it, if for instance Valenti had some reaction?

Were certain facts revealed to participants?

For instance, that modern “leaders” routinely scan the brainwaves of their employees, the way the World Economic Forum [WEF] recently proposed? That every facet of your behavior will be scanned, tracked, recorded and analyzed, maybe to come and arrest you at the workplace?

This is not a secret, the WEF is publicizing and pushing it as hard as possible.

The following video may disturb you or not, but I think something like this information may have destabilized Erin Valenti. At the end of this video, the WEF presenter Nita Farahany says of this brainwave-scanning technology, which she hopes society’s response won’t be, “Let’s ban this.”

The cartoon begins by promoting the benefits of having your brainwaves monitored, like detecting when you’re distracted
The viewer is left to determine for themselves whether having their brainwaves subpoenaed in a criminal investigation is scary or reassuring one
Nita A. Farahany speaks about the ethical, legal, and social implications of emerging technologies. She is a professor of law at Duke University.
[Host] So first off a video uh it’s going to make you see the future and understand a wonderful future where we can use brain waves to fight crime be more productive and find love. Let’s roll.
[Narrator] You’re in the zone even you can’t believe how productive you’ve been. Your memo is finished, your inbox is under control, and you’re feeling sharper than you have in a decade. Sensing your joy, your playlist shifts to your favorite song, sending chills up your spine as the music begins to play. You glance at the program running in the background on your computer screen, and notice a now familiar site that appears whenever you’re overloaded with pleasure.
Your Theta brainwave activity is decreasing in the temporal regions of your brain. You mentally move the cursor to the left and scroll through your brain data over the past few hours. You can see your stress levels rising as the deadline to finish your memo approached, causing a peak in your beta brainwave activity right before an alert popped up telling you to take a brain break, but what’s that unusual change in your brain activity when you’re asleep? It started earlier in the month. You send a text message to your doctor with a mental swipe of your cursor. “Could you take a quick look at my brain data, anything to worry about?”
Your mind starts to wander to the new colleague on your team whom you know you shouldn’t be daydreaming about, given the policy against intra-office romance, but you can’t help fantasizing just a little.
But then you start to worry that your boss will notice your amorous feelings when she checks your brain activity and shift your attention back to the present.
You breathe a sigh of relief when the email she sends you later that day congratulates you on your brain metrics from the past quarter, which have earned you another performance bonus.
You head home jamming to the music with your work-issued brain-sensing earbuds still in. When you arrive at work the next day, a somber cloud has fallen over the office.
Along with emails, text messages, and GPS location data, the government has subpoenaed employees’ brainwave data from the past year. They have compelling evidence that one of your co-workers has committed massive wire fraud. Now they’re looking for his co-conspirators.
You discover they are looking for synchronized brain activity between your co-worker and the people he has been working with. While you know you’re innocent of any crime, you’ve been secretly working with him on a new startup venture. Shaking you remove your earbuds.
[Nita Farahany] “What do you think? Is it a future you’re ready for?
You may be surprised to learn that it’s a future that has already arrived… technology that is already here today, artificial intelligence, has enabled advances in decoding brain activity in ways that we never before thought possible.
After all, what you think, what you feel, it’s all just data.
Data, that in large patterns, can be decoded using artificial intelligence. We’re not talking about implanted devices of the future, I’m talking about wearable devices that are like fitbits for your brain.”
Watch the full video:

What do you think?

My immediate response was cold and straightforward: just for making the suggestion of scanning people’s brainwaves in the workplace, these WEF creeps should be put down on the spot like rabid dogs.

Brainwaves May Be Misleading

I hesitate to mention Rudolf Steiner, because his revelations often seem crazy. But he said something of relevance in trying to “reverse-engineer” human beings by reading their brainwaves.

In a series of lectures given in 1915, – the early days of World War I –  Steiner mentioned a German professor who maintained that the side with the “stronger nerves” would win the war.

As Steiner paraphrased it, “purely physical nerve strands are, in other words, supposed to provide moral resilience.”

So Steiner asked: what actually happens in these nerve strands when a moral impulse passes through a human being? The exact sort of moral impulse the WEF is trying to track in the workplace, to see who should be arrested in the office for thought crimes?

Rudolph Steiner in 1915

Steiner insists that a moral impulse always corresponds to a process of elimination. You can think of a moral impulse as having a purifying effect:

Steiner said: Consider the process of digestion. It consists in some of the food stock becoming part of the organism while the rest is eliminated.
If it were not possible for a certain part of our food to be eliminated, digestion would be impossible. The process of elimination has to be a very regular one. Yet no one would get it into their heads to say we obtain nourishment from the part of the food we eliminate.
The processes going on in our nervous system when we develop moral Power within us are like processes of elimination, genuine processes of elimination in relation to what is fruitful for us, what really lies within us as our true human nature.
The assertion of a specific moral impulse in the soul is connected with a process of elimination.
The process of elimination — the part which drops out as it were, the waste material we produce—that is the process in the nervous system. This relates to what we are actually doing in the same way as the process of elimination relates to the process by which foods are assimilated in our digestion.
People who refer to the spiritual process in which moral impulses are formed as a process in nervous system are really saying—with reference to another sphere — that human nutrition consists in elimination, and they then examine the products of elimination in order to establish what is particularly beneficial to man.

In other words, Steiner literally says: looking at brainwaves and trying to understand the moral impulses that underlie them is like studying only excrement when trying to understand the entire digestive system.

Studying brainwaves may be similar.  You cannot understand or judge morality based on the sole data of brainwaves.

Which brings us back to Erin Valenti. Something strange happened to Erin Valenti.

Someone at Ontocore may know something; but will they talk about it? There is possibly a hidden story in the death of Erin Valenti, which completes the picture of a woman without any evidence of any mental health issues – out of the blue – during a time of apparent happiness – dying suddenly of a manic episode.



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  • Did you know about something called “VX”? It stands for “venomous agent X”.

    A handful of people running the world today are something called, “technocrats”. They’re mostly good people. They’re also very smart people. Smarter than Keith Raniere.

    Some of technocrats know the earth is a small planet with limited resources. Some technocrats think there are too many people on this planet. Some technocrats think if we don’t do something about so many people on such a small planet, this world will eventually inevitably experience a world-wide disaster.

    In this situation, is it ethical to create world-wide disasters to prevent a world-wide disaster that would end the world?

    Most “little people” don’t think such big and horrible thoughts. That’s why it’s up to the big, smart people to plan the future of the world. Some think our planet can only hold 500 million people. We’re at about 8 billion.

    What kind of world leaders would create and use “VX”?

    What would happen if the wrong kind of world leaders use 5G for control or harm? Why do world leaders today lead with war?

    Was Apple’s bite-out-of-the-apple logo so funny, so brilliant or dangerously ignorant?

    Two very smart, very good, very misguided lectures at Harvard:

    If you had to choose between (1) killing one person to save the lives of five others and (2) doing nothing even though you knew that five people would die right before your eyes if you did nothing—what would you do? What would be the right thing to do? Thats the hypothetical scenario Professor Michael Sandel uses to launch his course on moral reasoning. After the majority of students votes for killing the one person in order to save the lives of five others, Sandel presents three similar moral conundrums—each one artfully designed to make the decision more difficult. As students stand up to defend their conflicting choices, it becomes clear that the assumptions behind our moral reasoning are often contradictory, and the question of what is right and what is wrong is not always black and white.


    Sandel introduces the principles of utilitarian philosopher, Jeremy Bentham, with a famous nineteenth century legal case involving a shipwrecked crew of four. After nineteen days lost at sea, the captain decides to kill the weakest amongst them, the young cabin boy, so that the rest can feed on his blood and body to survive. The case sets up a classroom debate about the moral validity of utilitarianism—and its doctrine that the right thing to do is whatever produces “the greatest good for the greatest number.”

    • During the introduction, the narrator says: “Additional funding provided by …”

      After a few names we see: “The Margot and Thomas Pritzker Family Foundation”

      Did anyone from the Pritzker family know they funded a lecture called “The Moral Side of Murder“? 🤔

      “According to her LinkedIn page, Valenti was a volunteer for Not for Sale, described as an “advocate for anti-human trafficking initiatives. Participated in humanitarian mission to Uganda 2008. She also was a volunteer in economic empowerment for the International Rescue Commuttee. She ‘participated in mentoring refugee entrepreneurs.’ …”

      What does American “Intelligence” in Jeffrey Epstein’s “Intelligence” Team think about the moral side of Epstein’s blackmail and human trafficking? Do they think the horrible things ESP/NXIVM did was for the ultimate good of the world? Do they think it was okay for the Dalai Lama to ask a little boy to suck his tongue?

      What’s the religion of those who gained such control over this small world?

      The May 4, 2023 Wall Street Journal Exclusive article headline says … “Bill Gates, Leon Black, Thomas Pritzker: ​One​ Day in the Life of Jeffrey Epstein: The disgraced financier’s calendar for Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, details his planned meetings with some of the country’s richest men

      WSJ writers Khadeeja Safdar, David Benoit and Kara Dapena reported:
      “On Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, Jeffrey Epstein had a full calendar. He was scheduled to meet that day with Bill Gates, Thomas Pritzker, Leon Black and Mortimer Zuckerman, four of the richest men in the country, according to schedules and emails reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Epstein also planned meetings that day with a former top White House lawyer, a college president and a philanthropic adviser, three of the dozens of meetings the Journal reported he had with each of them …”

      Was the “philanthropy” discussed at those meetings about “the moral side of murder”?

      They probably didn’t plan to murder a tech executive or sabotage an anti-trafficking group, but if they’re fine with Epstein’s human trafficking, what else does that group think and do? They seem to be insane.

      If anyone is going to have access to anyone else’s thoughts, we should know what our leaders are thinking.

  • Here’s one comment — of many — online:

    “Everyone needs to check the meetings she was attending. CEOs don’t waste time at seminars and that’s how covert operations meet and mingle. Whether you’re CIA, Silicone Valley or the elite-you go to network and then after the strain of meetings she attended. Who was she with? Who was there and what were they really working on?

    There are a string of deaths that fit the Assassin handbook “leapt or fell out Of window…[with bullet wound in back of head]” car wrapped around a tree but they were dead and driving. San Jose is a hot spot for tech-missing information and people all the time …

    She wasn’t a rocket scientist. She was part of something big, that she got moral about, and the time was coming … 5g? A virus that isn’t a virus? A matrix?

    The girl in the elevator scene at stay on main designed military grade camoflauge and was fine until the “breaking” moment she found her way into a water tank on a building that the janitor couldn’t lift and cameras clearly saw her talk and go with someone under the influence of something like LSD.

    Erin’s family has been hushed for the safety of their lives and country.

    And anyone who doesn’t dig in; is speculating – get me a list of her Meetings, Her cell phone records, who was she with, why did the cop let her off the phone … would you? That’s not protocol what do cops follow – protocol.

    This is sleeping for a reason.”

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    — Blake Lemoine, former Google engineer and AI ethicist

  • This is a boatload of bs. Trying to scare us. The girl died of her own mentally unstable condition. Don’t blame the good people at Ontocore.

    • Seems like a glitch would be more likely in the CTRL-Labs output — unless Ontocore used Neurolinguistic Programming in their seminars. How many human test subjects from ESP/NXIVM have breakdowns that sounded a lot like what Erin experienced?

      Did Ontocore use Neurolinguistic Programming? Were any other attendees ever affected in the way Erin was affected?

      Reardon seems like a super nice, down to earth, very smart guy — all great qualities that can’t predict or prevent a glitch in the matrix.

      “Thomas Reardon, the CEO and co-founder of neuroscience startup CTRL-Labs, does not want to hear about brain implants. … Founded in 2015, CTRL-Labs makes brain-machine interfaces, which are devices that translate mental activity into digital action. Lots of companies are interested in this technology; Facebook, for instance, revealed an experimental thought-typing system last year. For many of them, the ultimate goal is a direct line to the human brain, which is still technically difficult and potentially dangerous. CTRL-Labs is trying to perform the same functions with a simple electrode-studded wristband.”

    • Taking a further look at Ontocore, I don’t see any sign of hi-tech mind-control information, just endless word-salad of the most suspect type. From their Facebook page, I find the following:

      “The Create Powerful Course is a transformative 3-day course rooted in Ontocore’s highly effective model of leadership….

      “The ontological and phenomenological approaches utilized in the course prepare participants to leave the course with the power to create whatever future they desire and to do so as a person who exercises leadership as their natural self-expression.”

      Wow. That’s pretty impressive for three days, no matter how intense.

      Now: are there “ontological” secrets (learnable in three days) that will grant people “the power to create whatever future they desire”?

      Ontology: the study of existence.

      Do you think that Ontocore has discovered the essence of all human and physical existence? And this essence is: whoever pays us the money for a three-day intensive, will become a person who “exercises leadership as their natural self-expression” with “the power to create whatever future they desire”?

      Where are the courses on being good followers? Is the essence of being a “natural leader” that you pay money and attend leadership courses? If attendees are activating their “natural self-expression” as leaders, are they thereby activating their employees’ “natural self-expression” as followers?

      All of these enterprises are based on the notion that there are simple secrets to unlocking your power. In an artificial setting, where sophisticated group mechanisms can be used, it’s very easy to give people an overwhelming rush of feeling and emotion. I’ve experienced this in certain quite sophisticated education workshops.

      There’s a definite origin for these exercises. It lies in “group dynamics” as originally developed at the infamous Tavistock Institute in Britain and brought to the USA in a big way. You can read about it from the horse’s mouth here:

      Basically, group and peer pressure is indirectly applied to get people to change their behavior.

      Tavistock has been in the news recently for their appalling abuses (as reported by internal whistleblowers) of their transgender programs, enthusiastically recruiting thousands of children to change their gender through highly questionable means. Children as young as eight years were put on hormone treatments after just two consultations and no follow-up:

      The Tavistock-type group techniques are extremely effective and have been refined over the decades. You can see basic Tavistock-type group control in any talk-show studio audience, where the crowd is prompted to boo or cheer or clap or laugh in unison, to trigger a similar response in the people viewing this on TV.

      I am not in any way saying that Ontocore (does the “Onto” refer to “ontological”, I wonder?) and their courses were directly responsible for what happened to Erin Valenti. I said “someone” at Ontocore — and it may well have been a participant, rather than a course leader — seems to have gotten under her skin with something they said.

      Yes, people do die of mania. You can die from simply not sleeping. But this behavior was entirely out of character, and her husband is actually a psychologist, so I think we can trust his judgment.

      No drugs were found in her body, although her behavior sounds like it could have been drug-induced.

      I have written extensively on Frank Report about mind control via microwave radiation. I met and travelled with Mr Barrie Trower, the UK government’s top scientific expert on microwave warfare, now retired, and I know for a fact that pulsed microwave radiation can cause mania, depression, confusion, memory loss and a wide range of other effects. From Mr Trower’s public talks, I know some of the frequencies that will achieve these ends.

      Mr Trower debriefed Soviet-bloc victims of microwave radiation who were attacked in their homes. He says the most lethal pattern of attack is to alternate periods of mania with periods of intense depression, going through the night. He said more than once that “no one” can withstand that for more than 48 hours.

      The mystery of Havana Syndrome has become even more opaque, but it’s clear that people around the world have fallen victim to some form of radiation or sonic attack that has absolutely crippled them and damaged their brains irreparably. Something like this may have been involved, perhaps completely coincidentally. Who knows what microwave fields you are exposed to in California.

      If I were a cop: I would track back and interview every single person who interacted with Erin Valenti at that workshop. Someone there, I am certain, would reveal some kind of clue as to what really happened with her.

      I’ve tried checking out Ontocore, finding reviews etc. I can find almost nothing. In the only written review I can find, one Brandon Craig says:
      “Count your blessings…
      “This is a coaching firm that can be counted on. Whether it be for their public leadership training course called Create Powerful, or for their intimate corporate client relationships, there is no other firm like this one on the planet.”
      Date of experience: January 21, 2019

      Sorry, but that does not sound like a very organic review to me. Especially not when I do a quick search and find on Brandon Lee’s LinkedIn page that he is the “founder and principal” of Ontocore. You can see a video of him here:

      Watching him operate, you can see classical Tavistock techniques at work. He says, you’re going to meet unfamiliar things that “you might not agree with at first” … but with time and with the insight of the group…

      Lots of very intense soul-searching at the microphone in front of the group, you can see participants revealing very deep things about themselves, emotions registering on their faces, things you wouldn’t normally say to other people…

      Lots of hugging and emotional bonding also going on in that video. And of course glowing testimonials from people in the video (identified): the course did more for me than everything else in my life put together…

      This kind of love-bombing can go very astray in susceptible people.

      Brandon Craig looks very, very weird to me, to be honest, those sanpaku eyes are a bit much. I do not see any evidence of any great existential, ontological or phenomenological wisdom in any of this puffery: just the overpowering effects of group-think and “truth telling” in a group.

      All in the name of authentically being authentic, in an absolutely contrived and manipulated situation.

      Ramtha does the same thing. As reported by at least two participants, JZ Knight’s sidekick, the disgraced Irish Catholic theologian Micheal Ledwith, who featured prominently in Mark Vicente’s movie “What the Bleep”, apparently boasts in “truth-telling” sessions at the Ramtha ranch that he has raped young boys. This is meant to loosen you up and get you to confess to some of your own darker doings. This all makes the participants bond in an atmosphere of shared secrets.

      I could only find one other review of Ontocore. Scamadviser told me:
      “The owner of the website is hiding his identity. Spammers use this information to promote services to website owners. Some website owners therefor chose to hide their contact details. However, it can also be misused by scammers. Our algorithm gives a high rating if the identity of the website owner is shown.”

  • Technocratic Oath, Hippocratic Oath ... sociopaths controlling this world with war couldn’t care less. says:

    “Any technology that records or interferes with brain activity is defined as Neurotechnology. Neurotechnology, especially brain-computer interfaces, has the potential to foundationally alter society. In the coming years, it will be possible to decode thought from neural activity or enhance cognitive ability by linking the brain directly to digital networks. Such innovations could challenge the very notion of what it means to be human. …

    … The NeuroRights Foundation’s second goal is to pre-empt and reduce the risk of the misuse or abuse of neurotechnology.

    We are drafting an ethical framework for entrepreneurs, scientists, companies, and investors, and others developing neurotechnology called the Technocratic Oath. Much as doctors must follow the Hippocratic oath, those who develop and administer neurotechnology would be urged to support the “technocratic oath.” — The NeuroRights Foundation

  • So I guess the idea here is that this unfortunate woman was murdered by some speculative futuristic tech, some sort of deadly brainwave beam? Have I got this right?

    Doesn’t seem very plausible.

    The medical examiner, perhaps because he or she lacks a sufficiently vivid imagination, determined this a case of death by natural causes.

    Now which explanation seems more likely?

    Granted, the murder by brainwave death ray idea is more entertaining. It would make a good story for a TV show. Like maybe one of the humorous episodes of The X-Files. Y’know, rational Scully rolling her eyes as Mulder expounded on how it could happen…

    But this is reality, not TV.

    In reality, sometimes people suddenly die. Even people in their 30s, healthy athletic people. Like just happened to Tori Bowie.

    But, you say, isn’t it suspicious that the medical examiner didn’t list a specific cause of death? No, it isn’t suspicious. It’s not even unusual.

    As an active scuba diver, I read the accident reports put out by Divers Alert Network, a dive safety and medicine organization out of Duke University. Their statisticians are frustrated by the skimpy medical examiner reports that almost always list the cause of death in diving fatalities as drowning. Which doesn’t tell you very much and leaves unexplained the reason why they drowned, or how.

    So the San Jose medical examiner’s report on Valenti is typical. The woman died of natural causes. They established that it wasn’t homicide, suicide, accident or mischance. That leaves natural causes.

    What specific natural cause? On TV the dogged ME doesn’t stop until they know. That’s because it’s fantasyland, and they have unlimited resources and knowledge. In the real world, not so much.

    Anyway, there are a million ways for the human organism to die. Sometimes, things just stop functioning. Who knows why?

    Again, it’s not unheard of for some seemingly healthy adult to just die. That’s a lot more plausible explanation of the Valenti case than some nonexistent technology and a nefarious plot.

  • “… A senior software engineer at Google jumped to his death from the search giant’s headquarters in Chelsea late Thursday, according to authorities and police sources.

    The 31-year-old man — whose name is being withheld pending family notification — plunged from the 14th floor of 111 Eighth Ave. around 11:30 p.m., cops said.

    Police responded to multiple 911 calls of an unconscious person lying on the ground near a building on West 15th Street, opposite the 2.9 million-square-foot, 15-story Art Deco building, authorities said. …

    … The employee’s death comes months after Jacob Pratt, a 33-year-old Google employee who also worked at the Manhattan headquarters, was found dead of an apparent suicide.

    Pratt appeared to have hanged himself in an apartment at the corner of West 26th Street and 6th Avenue in Chelsea just before 6 p.m. Feb. 16. …”

  • Years ago I ran across a book titled “Tuxedo Park”.
    It was about a small town along the Hudson River and an eccentric scientist named Alfred Lee Loomis.
    Loomis was a lawyer, stock broker and amateur scientist.
    Loomis also was an inventor of radar during World War 2.
    Loomis’ great grandson is Reed Hastings, the founder of Netflix.
    Loomis worked with brain waves, discovering a new form of brain wave.

    One of the scientists who worked with Loomis committed suicide after writing a science fiction book about building an atomic bomb.
    The title of this science fiction book was “Brain Waves and Death”.

    Alfred Lee Loomis (November 4, 1887 – August 11, 1975) was an American attorney, investment banker, philanthropist, scientist, physicist, inventor of the LORAN Long Range Navigation System and a lifelong patron of scientific research. He established the Loomis Laboratory in Tuxedo Park, New York, and his role in the development of radar and the atomic bomb contributed to the Allied victory in World War II.[1] He invented the Aberdeen Chronograph for measuring muzzle velocities,[2] contributed significantly (perhaps critically, according to Luis Alvarez[3]) to the development of a ground-controlled approach technology for aircraft, and participated in preliminary meetings of the Manhattan Project.

    Loomis also made contributions to biological instrumentation. Working with Edmund Newton Harvey he co-invented the microscope centrifuge,[4] and pioneered techniques for electroencephalography.[5] In 1937, he discovered the sleep K-complex brainwave.[6][7] During the Great Depression, Loomis anonymously paid the Physical Review journal’s fees for authors who could not afford them.[8]

    Loomis also financed many European scientists who fled Europe during World War 2 and settled in America.
    Alfred Lee Loomis

    • “We tear ourselves down atom by atom,
      till electron and positron,
      we become our own transcendent annihilation.“

  • Not that this applies, but I had a best friend who drank heavily from ages 17-28. Was a very fun drinker, never mean, just laughing, dancing, etc. At 28 he decided to quit alcohol cold-turkey. He felt he had wasted good years, hated waking up feeling rotten , etc. Within two weeks of quitting he was institutionalized with severe psychiatric issues. After six months he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Turns out, the alcohol suppressed almost all the symptoms of his disorder.

    Moral of the story is all sorts of things can trigger weird metal issues. Kristin Snyder, Erin Valenti and others.

    I wonder what techniques Ontocore uses that may have triggered this? Is this company NXIVM 2.0?

    • HINT: How was Sarah suddenly a Libyan politician hobnobbing with Senator Lieberman? says:

      From Laurence Easeman on Twitter :

      “… @Easeman_EWO
      To get you caught up:

      – A.I.
      – Eugenics
      – Trans agenda
      – 15-minute cities
      – Transhumanism
      – The Great Reset

      Are ALL a grand design of the banking cartel.

      Its the “4th Industrial Revolution”

      Wake up Neo.
      7:59 AM · May 5, 2023 …

    • Ontocore is one of the best executive coaching programs ever. It is better than Executive Success Programs.

    • Schizophrenia is an autoimmune disease, and alcohol suppresses the immune system. Consequently, when he stopped drinking alcohol, the symptoms of schizophrenia appeared. And from these articles it is not at all clear what thyroid disease she had and whether it could have caused the manic episode and sudden death (due to atrial fibrillation for example).

  • 💪🏻💪🏼💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿 Infighting, sarcasm and jokes would surely stop corporations from trying to control America. says:

    By Yifan Wang, Shen Hong and Crystal Tai
    Oct. 24, 2019 (four years ago)

    These days, many students at Jinhua Xiaoshun Primary School in eastern China begin their lessons not by opening textbooks, but by putting on headbands.

    After a two-minute meditation in which children are encouraged to feel their “inner universe,” they enter into a contest to see who can focus the best—as measured by their headwear.

    The competition plays out in the form of a simulated rocket race on a screen at the front of the classroom. The headwear measures electric signals from neurons in the brain and translates that into an attention score using an algorithm. The more focused a student is, the higher the score gets, and the higher his or her rocket flies. If the score falls—meaning the student’s attention is waning—the rocket slows.

    The two exercises are intended to prepare the students for optimal learning, and the headbands stay on as they proceed through their usual lesson, measuring how focused they are throughout the class.

    “It’s like a psychological hint,” Zhang Yiwei, a language teacher, says of the new technology in her classroom. Students “feel as if they are being monitored and feel the need to read louder, to pay attention.”

  • Wouldn’t there have been the strongest oder of a rotting body? A dead woman inside of a vehicle only 800 meters away from the phone ping? No signs of rape? Was she literally scared to death maybe?

  • Thanks, Fred. Very interesting piece.

    There a re a whole myriad of technologies coming down the tracks following recent advances in AI. These, coupled with ongoing neuroscientific research, certainly are paving the way for possible increased Orwellian control down the line. Other advances in authoritarian control measures include the widespread use of facial and numberplate recognition and technology. Not only is Big Brother watching you, Big Brother will be able to potentially read your thoughts too. Governments will be able to arrest you, not for things you have done, but for things they believe you might be about to do. Of course, those prediction may not always be entirely accurate.

    The backdrop to all this is the erosion of personal freedoms and rights all across the planet. The Chinese especially are adopting security systems that can see inside every building in an urban area in real time in 3D. They can see who is in there, what they’re doing, and using this kind of technology, perhaps predict what they’re about to do. The trade off between security and freedom is a commonly understood dichotomy.

    The question that we need to ask ourselves as we move forward is which one we value most. In the West we are indeed fortunate to live in societies where we have some say in what’s going on. We can still hold our leaders to account and impose curbs on what governments can get away with. This has never been as important as it is right now because of the incredibly rapid and unprecedented changes going on in our technology abilities. And this at a time when our basic freedoms have never been under such an increasingly sophisticated attack using that very technology.

    A day of reckoning is fast approaching. We need to make sure we’re on the right side.

  • I had a manic episode and I felt like great then super bad like everything was gonna end. I could have died.
    I’ve had them most of my adult life. Nothing strange about this at all.

    • Omg like you never died during a manic episode? Totally cool 😎 you live to write and go about life.

      • Yeah I lived but I could have died. I almost did. I know what it was like for poor Erin. When I had it I felt so happy and speedy then I had this crash and so sad. I was diagnosed with it who years ago. So I know what happened to Erin.

      • Worry more that the car was in a place that had been previously searched, and the volunteers who were looking for it never saw it, so the manic episodes also prevented it from being found in a previously searched area?

    • Interesting and the plunge after being elated is understandable. So what actually kills a person having this mania? The heart just stops with no trace of a proper cause of death? I don’t really understand the death side of it.

      • Why so much plunging? First it was natural doctors, then bankers, now AI experts. Very strange. says:

        “… A senior software engineer at Google jumped to his death from the search giant’s headquarters in Chelsea late Thursday, according to authorities and police sources.

        The 31-year-old man — whose name is being withheld pending family notification — plunged from the 14th floor of 111 Eighth Ave. around 11:30 p.m., cops said.

        Police responded to multiple 911 calls of an unconscious person lying on the ground near a building on West 15th Street, opposite the 2.9 million-square-foot, 15-story Art Deco building, authorities said. …”

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