Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Human Memories To Be Erased Like a Computer Hard Drive?

There's some really crazy stuff going on with brain altering drugs in so far as scientists now foresee a day when a commercial drug will actually erase a person's memories forever.  According to the article Pharma Researchers Working on Drug to Erase Your Memories  the commercial use of the drug remains far off, but that doesn't mean the government won't be using it sooner.

This scientific progress in erasing human memories reminds me (no pun intended)  of when I was at a computer conference a few weeks ago in San Francisco.  There I spoke with Brian Nichols, a rep for Garner Products, Inc. about their data elimination technology.

Brian explained that when an old computer's replaced at a company of an executive, it's often necessary to completely wipe out memory, otherwise intellectual property could be stolen.  Much like a computer hard drive can be erased, it's really scary to think of how the government could possibly exploit the opportunity of drug killing memories for diabolical insidious purposes.  One can clearly see the potential for such memory altering drugs abuse.

I actually already believe the government has private drugs capable of at least temporarily erasing memories.  We've seen it in movies and it's been suggested certain patsy alleged assassins have been drugged to remove their memories in order to implant "guilty" ones.  Psychopaths are already on the loose trying to alter reality in any way shape or form, and now they want the ability to destroy a thereby control people's memories?  This is scary stuff.

A commercial drug remains far off — and its use would be subject to many ethical and practical questions. But scientists have laid a foundation with their discovery that proteins can be removed from the brain’s fear center to erase memories forever.
“When a traumatic event occurs, it creates a fearful memory that can last a lifetime and have a debilitating effect on a person’s life,” says Richard L. Huganir, professor and chair of neuroscience in the Hopkins School of Medicine. He said his finding on the molecular process “raises the possibility of manipulating those mechanisms with drugs to enhance behavioral therapy for such conditions as post-traumatic stress disorder.” - Vigilent Citizen
I think the world's humanity is being threatened by those who want to turn us into their Star Trek Borgs to use as they so please.  If they can scan our bodies into a data base against our will, control our thoughts and memories and chip us one day like robots, humanity is doomed to being converted over into some god awful conduit for tyranny.

Then of course you know what the next stage is after they erase people's memories. A tyrannical government will replace memories with some propaganda to their benefit!   I see the trends of what's up ahead, and that is for the powerful psychopaths who want us to step up to the next stage of bondage and slavery.  They want total submission of our thoughts and memories to them and envision us all being part of a collective "Borg" they can program at will.  Humans make far better robots then the ones we have today.   It's far easier for the tyrants to strip a human being of their basic instincts, thoughts, memories and soul and reprogram them, then it is to build a robot that is anywhere near as capable.

I know this all sounds like a Twlight episode on some level but the evidence speaks for itself of where it's all heading.  There are those high up in world governments and corporations who want to turn us all into mindless zombies!  Many of us already are from watching too much television, but that's beside the point!  At least we can choose when the turn the TV off.  With the drugs, we wouldn't have a choice if tyrannical governments take over.