MIT Scientists Stoked about Commercial Applications for New Laser Which Remotely Transmits Audio Into People’s Ears
By B.N. Frank
It’s bad enough that tech companies have been hiring psychologists to help them deliberately design software and video games to be more addictive – even to kids – for over a decade now. Then again, we have a long history of businesses hiring psychologists to increase sales. Now it’s scientists at MIT who want to cash in on influencing our thoughts and behavior with their new laser which can remotely transmit audio signals directly into our ears:
“We hope that this will eventually become a commercial technology,” researcher Ryan M. Sullenberger said. “There are a lot of exciting possibilities, and we want to develop the communication technology in ways that are useful.”
Even though MIT’s laser is new – the ability to remotely transmit audio into human ears has been around since the 1970s. It also seems to have been used on some Americans without their knowledge or consent. In 1995, then President Bill Clinton apologized for involuntary experiments performed on adults and children – many of which involved radiation and/or mind control. Scary, right?
Regardless, MIT scientists are still celebrating the “exciting possibilities” offered by their new laser – despite all the ways its use could be abused as well as backfire. Let’s not forget that this laser will also be used to deliberately aim harmful radiation at our heads. What the hell kind of scientists are these?
Truthstream Media provides more details about MIT’s “commercial technology” in their latest video. Heaven help us all.