Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors
Effects have been observed in humans in response to stimulation of the skin with electromagnetic fields pulsed with frequencies near ½ Hz or 2.4 Hz. Many computer monitors, when displaying pulsed images, emit pulsed electromagnetic fields of sufficient amplitudes to cause such excitation. It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a monitor.
My wife has started a little seed factory by the window, a portable greenhouse. It’s my way to track the possibility of Spring. Oh, I know it’s coming but that macro-view (the season will change ... it’s a matter of time) is often in conflict with the micro-view (then why is there still snow and freezing rain this morning?). My wife’s nurturing of seedlings in a box — moisture collecting on the lid; hope growing in the soil — is a gentle reminder to be patient. Change will come. #smallstories
"Ben Bradshaw said Ms Caruana Galizia while investigating alleged corruption at Pilatus Bank was also investigating political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica."
Grab a pen, connect the dots and you'll see how depraved, corrupt and morally bankrupt the west has become. #CapitalismKills
ok, let s do the basic "finding friends" ... if any of these terms appeal to you, pls let me know:
cactus ... polnareff ... doom ... sirpa lane ... biking ... gibson sonex ... dorstenia ... peltier .... lorawan ... kora ..... socotra ....
on my mind? sheep.
neural network sheep. and such.
just checking in.
maybe CA will give momentum to this?