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Using radio devices to put voices in peoples' heads

  1. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    So I recently doxxed a bunch of people on a certain website not many people know about, it doesn't really have that many members. Most of the members are actually alts, but I think some of these people would be useful for a psychological experiment I want to conduct.

    https://www.biggerthansnowden.com/v2k.html

    So I was wondering, if anyone has any ideas as to what phrases I should put in their heads remotely? Anyone have experience with this sort of thing?
  2. Ghost Black Hole
    doxxing people is what the NSA does
  3. AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    The plan parts list shows 0 ohm "resisters" for .01 cents?
    I smell bullshit.
  4. mashlehash victim of incest
    Originally posted by Ghost doxxing people is what the NSA does

    This.
  5. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by AngryOnion The plan parts list shows 0 ohm "resisters" for .01 cents?
    I smell bullshit.

    Probably a typo. Like meant 10 cents. Resistors aren't expensive, and if you buy a shit-ton of them, you're going to get a much better price. Anyway, it's just an example. If you google the V2K patent, you'll notice it isn't very difficult to build circuits for it. Anyways, the technology is real.

    https://www.mouser.com/Search/Refine?Keyword=0+ohm+resistor

    EDIT: also, this can be done with a smartphone, or by modifying certain radios. Keep in mind a smartphone is a radio and because of how the technology works, a lot of different wavelengths can be used. It's mostly the pulse width that matters, so there's already a lot of radio frequency devices around that can be used.

    In the early 1970s, Dr. Joseph Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research used a computer to control a radar transmitter such that for each time a human voice waveform changed from a peak to a valley, the radar transmitter sent out a single pulse, causing a single click to be heard by the test subject. Because these clicks were timed according to the human voice waveform, the test subject heard a voice, rather than a string of clicks. This has not been pursued, at least publicly, due to concerns about the effect of microwave signals aimed at a person’s skull, but it does work.
  6. AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    I didn't have a problem with price it was the 0 ohm "resistor" a 0 ohm "resistor" would be at best a piece of silver wire.
    Again I smell shit.
  7. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by AngryOnion I didn't have a problem with price it was the 0 ohm "resistor" a 0 ohm "resistor" would be at best a piece of silver wire.
    Again I smell shit.

    At best? Silver is a super-conductor, a resistor is not meant to be overly conductive. Yes, they are easy to make, carbon resistors, thin or thick film. That's why they're cheap compared to a lot of components.

    Here's a good place to start if you want to understand why your reasoning on this is flawed: https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Basic-Electronics-Softcover-ARRL/dp/0872590828/ref=asc_df_0872590828/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312111868559&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4777736069300785321&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9028064&hvtargid=pla-433873606205&psc=1


    Anyway, this is something we, as a community here at niggas in space, could work on, together. A community project. It could certainly be profitable.


    https://hackaday.com/2016/12/03/the-zero-ohm-resistor/

    EDIT: http://www.eucach.org/targeted_individuals_association_video_channel.html

    https://rense.com/general37/skull.htm
  8. AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    Dude a 0 ohm resistor would not be a resistor.
    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/ohmlaw.html
  9. AngryOnion Big Wig [the nightly self-effacing broadsheet]
    OK just clicked through your links I guess 0 oms are a thing just smells weird.
  10. Soyboy IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life African Astronaut [the oppositely able-bodied hop-step-and-jump]
    You'd kinda need software to run on the Arduino.

    And why an Arduino?

    And where do the microwaves come from, I don't see any GHz circuitry in the diagram
  11. Narc African Astronaut [connect my yokel-like scolytidae]
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers Anyway, this is something we, as a community here at niggas in space, could work on, together. A community project. It could certainly be profitable.

    lol


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  12. esbity African Astronaut
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers So I was wondering, if anyone has any ideas as to what phrases I should put in their heads remotely?

    "Buy gun"

    "Kill yourself"
  13. ill shove radios up your ass,
  14. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by MORALLY SUPERIOR BEING IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life You'd kinda need software to run on the Arduino.

    And why an Arduino?

    And where do the microwaves come from, I don't see any GHz circuitry in the diagram

    It doesn't have to be microwave frequency as it can be under 300 MHz. Being able to talk through it while aiming the device at the person's head and sound like their dead relatives might be useful. Or voice duplicate their co-workers or relatives and make it sound like they're saying negative or unusual things..

    All this can also be done with a raspberry pi and a couple other cheap components.

    Beyond the patent there isn't a whole lot of information on this stuff, so I'm just guessing it may be possible to get a DIY EEG and listen to a recording of someone speaking a simple phrase, then use a radio device to induce that same electrical response, fine-tuning it based on the patent. With an EEG it should be simple to get this fairly precise, although it's going to sound somewhat different for each person. An oscilloscope could give you an idea of the timing of pulses required but an EEG might make it more precise.
  15. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Thought I should also mention, "Audio Spotlight" which uses ultrasound to create audible sounds near the target's head that are unlikely to be heard by anyone else. Costs a couple thousand $ but a homemade version is likely to be somewhat cheaper.
  16. Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers Thought I should also mention, "Audio Spotlight" which uses ultrasound to create audible sounds near the target's head that are unlikely to be heard by anyone else. Costs a couple thousand $ but a homemade version is likely to be somewhat cheaper.

    but it will get picked up by phone. i use a sound oscilloscope app to scan ambient noises all the time for anomalies.
  17. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny but it will get picked up by phone. i use a sound oscilloscope app to scan ambient noises all the time for anomalies.

    It may, but the trick of it is, it's a narrow beam of sound which intersects at the point where it becomes audible, so it may actually not be picked up unless your phone is close enough to it. Ultrasound is funny, they've been using it since smartphones do pick up a lot of ultrasound frequencies, for tracking purposes.
  18. Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers It may, but the trick of it is, it's a narrow beam of sound which i

    sound waves just dont roll that a way.
  19. aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by AngryOnion I didn't have a problem with price it was the 0 ohm "resistor" a 0 ohm "resistor" would be at best a piece of silver wire.
    Again I smell shit.

    it's probably because the board is just a standard rf transmitter, not designed for this specific purpose, where you use different resistance values for different applications and this one just doesn't call for any resistance at those points
  20. aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    looking at the schematics I'd doubt this would actually do anything worthwhile, especially not running at 3-5v with an SMD transmitter-antenna complex. links to the documentation and software are timing out.
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
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