Biological responses upon conditions of ion magnetic resonance and ion cyclotron resonance - The ion forced oscillation hypothesis

Biological responses upon ELF and ELF-modulated fields - Interpretation based on hypothesis of ion resonance frequencies

Biological responses upon modulation of carrier waves with certain extremely low frequencies (ELF)

 

Certain low frequencies induce strong biological responses either on their own or when used to modulate electromagnetic waves. This may be due to resonance.

In 1975, Bawin and Adey discovered the "calcium efflux effect" which consisted of the efflux of calcium ions from chick brains irradiated with 147 MHz modulated within a certain "window of frequencies" having a maximum at 16 Hz. Other biological responses were induced upon modulation of 450 MHz or 2.45 GHz carrier waves with 16 Hz.

An interpretation has been provided by the ion cyclotron hypothesis based on the fact that 16 Hz is the cyclotron resonance frequency of potassium. 

In general, biological responses upon ELF and ELF-modulated fields may be interpreted based on ion resonance frequencies.

Ion cyclotron resonance

 

Details on electron

cyclotron resonance 

 

 

Ion-forced oscillation 

 

 

Ion magnetic resonance 

 

 

MR frequencies

(spreadsheet)

 

 

 

Brain entrainment upon modulation of carrier waves with certain extremely low frequencies (ELF) - (cf. hypothesis of ion resonance frequencies)

Brain entrainment with ELF modulation

Brain waves can follow the ELF modulation on a radio signal - Initial demonstration by R. Adey group

 

 

Impression on the brain of fields at ELF frequencies

Selected brain rhythms (e.g. 13 Hz in caudate nucleus) manipulated by ELF-modulated VHF

(R. Adey group)

 

 

Ross Adey on mind control reseach

Ross Adey, prominent EM bioeffect researcher, director of Space Lab who performed EEG telemetry of astronauts from space, speaks to CNN (1985)

 

 

LIDA ELF pulse generator

Soviet generator inducing a hypnosis effect used for therapy or interrogation

 

 

PAVE PAWS RADAR

Disputes in 1976-77 over Air Force RADAR operating near frequency shown by R. Adey to induce maximal calcium efflux from chick brains

 

 

CNN Special Assignment (1985) "Weapons of War, Is there an RF Gap?"

RF weapons, electromagnetic mind control research

State Department  reply to CNN on RF weapons

State Department responds to CNN in 1985 that "RF weapons is a subject too sensitive to discuss"

 

 

Dr. Delgado's experiments with magnetic fields

Yale professor Delgado, following famous implant experiments, proceeded to magnetic field experiments

 

 

CNN reproduction of Soviet RF mind-interference experiments 

CNN reporter asks scientists to reproduce RF mind-interference machine from data found in Soviet scientific literature and test it on him

 

Dr. Becker comments on CNN experiment

CNN requests opinion of Dr. Becker on mind-interference experiment

 

 

Mind control weapons

 

Proposals/projects by Navy, Air Force, National Labs, Woodpecker and Soviet research