EM RF Weapon Brief


EM RF Weapons, also known as Directed Energy Weapons (DEW), include less sophisticated pulsed attack equipment as well as highly advanced accurate and precise neuroweapons. Neuroweapons are an advanced technology that can disrupt an organization, government or individual with accuracy and precision. The spectral ranges vary based upon intent. The technology can induce human auditory response by modulating electromagnetic energy as well as be combined with frequency and waveforms to stimulate muscles in the human body, while being subject to human auditory response on a localized per person basis.

Multiple Element Antenna – Typical in EM RW Neuroweapon Signature Identification, also used in radiolocation

Examples of EM RF Neuroweapon influence on humans:

  • Making a person hear a voice in their head that the person next to them can not hear.
  • Influencing a weak minded person to complete tasks, such as asking people questions with intent to extract information in audible format for a laser mic to log and record. This tactic involves two people, one with the information and the other being influenced with EM RF neuroweapons. The person being influenced by EM RF neuroweapons interacts with the person having “information” of interest to extract the information.
  • Slowing down a competitor by deployment of EM RF neurotech and tech.
  • Influencing votes, this use-case/example one should significantly shake the foundations of anyone in a democracy.

EM RF Neuroscience can either be used for good or evil. The use of EM RF for nefarious purposes, is considered an evil use case, and the basis of the creation of foolserrand.io to develop a toolkit for countermeasures to effectively nullify the use of EM RF neuroweapons for national security.

EM RF tech originally as a “hardware” attack vector for signal leakage data extraction

The original basis for EM RF technology came from data exfiltration of communication systems, known as “hardware” attacks through emission leakage. The countermeasures associated with computer and communication “hardware” defense is well defined under TEMPEST standards and specifications.

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EM RF Neuroweapons are a “wetware” attack vector, that has no existing supportive countermeasure toolkit readily available

EM RF technology has evolved over time, such that it is now able to be deployed within urban environments on a precise and accurate basis through use of phased array MIMO metamaterial antennas or directional antennas in a multi-element (nodal analysis).

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Foolserrand.io was created to serve as an open source repository for building awareness on and around EM RF Neuroweapons as well as EM RF Neuroweapon countermeasures. EM RF Neuroweapons were previously nation state level technology, but now there has been leakage, no pun intended, into nefarious bad-actors operating independently.

References:

  • “Human Auditory System Response To Modulated Electromagnetic Energy” Allan H. Frey, General Electric Advanced Electronics Center, Cornell University Ithaca, New York 1961.
  • The Auditory Effect in Volunteers, some who had an audiogram notch (a significant hearing loss) around 5 kHz 1962.
  • Elastic-wave Theory of Sound Generation from Thermal Expansion Due to Transient Surface Heating. White. 1963.
  • Further human studies on the RFR-auditory effect. Frey and Messenger 1973.
  • Further confirmation of the elastic theory of sound generation by RFR pulses. Foster and Finch. 1974.
  • Transduction of RFR pulses into sound at the surfaces of RFR-absorbers. Sharp et al. 1974.
  • RFR-auditory power-density thresholds and modulation characteristics. Guy et al. 1975
  • Analysis of equations of spherical models of human and animal heads of brain-equivalent material for acoustic resonance frequencies. Lin 1977.
  • Experimental study of RFR-auditory effect in 2 cats, 2 chinchillas, 1 beagle, 8 humans. Cain and Rissman 1978.
  • The qualities of the sounds perceived by humans from exposure to RFR pulses. Small hollow tubes from a speaker to the ears were used to present audiofrequency sounds without concurrent with the RFR. Tyazhelov et al. 1979.
  • Neider, P.C. and W.D. Neff. Science 133: 1010, 1961.
  • Frey, A.H. Aero Space Med. 32: 1140, 1961.
  • Zwislocki, J. Noise Control 4:42, 1958.
  • Von Gierke, H. Noise Control 2:37, 1956.
  • Nifset, R., Pinneo R. Baus J. Fleming, & R. McAfee. Ann. Rept. USAF Rome Air Development Command, TR-61-65, 1961.
  • Burr, H., & J. Seipel, J. Wash Acad. Sci. 21: 455, 1949.
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  • Jones, R.C., S.S. Stevens, & M.H. Laurie. J. Acoust. Sci. Am. 12: 281, 1940.
  • https://phys.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Astronomy__Cosmology/Big_Ideas_in_Cosmology_(Coble_et_al.)/02:_Light/2.03:_The_Electromagnetic_Spectrum
  • Reverse-Engineering the Human Auditory Pathway, Lloyd Watts
  • https://www.nutsvolts.com/magazine/article/how-phased-array-antennas-work

This repository is for organizations and individuals that value mental clarity and peace of mind for privacy within their own minds. EM RF neuroweapons directly affect the subconscious process, when selectively deployed. EM RF neuroweapons when brashly deployed result in a “buzz” sound in the ear or surrounding cochlea, dizziness, brain-fog and localized heating when deployed in such a manner to deter, in scenarios where crowd control is intended.

This repository focuses on EM RF spectrum associated with neurotechnology, first to counter neuroweapons with countermeasures, enabled by an open source toolkit.