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I heard there were new cell phones with front facing
specifically track eye movement so that content could be
scrolled for the reader. I think similar eye tracking could be
used for psych ops to intentionally put the
reader in a state of mental imbalance.
For example if one knew
but the readers browsing history
that they were paranoid about some thing certain words or
images could be imbedded with in websites they view.
The images or words would remain on the page only until
the person has seen them , then they would instantly vanish
the person would barely be aware they saw the words, and
think their minds had played a trick on them, as frequency
reader think they hallucinated the words. the words send to
encourage frustrate, or frighten the person would become
real self doubt and paranoia, and the person ability to do
the tasks they had originally set out to do would be
[JesusHChrist, Jun 11 2014]
||bigsleep; yeah this would be specifically to freak
people out. Not everyone, but as a way of further
stressing the minds of adversaries in the hope it
would hobble them.
||I believe most of they people who have launched
attacks on america and elsewhere were a few fruit
loops short of a bowl. Their weakest point is their
minds, so causing their brains to doubt itself might
be highly beneficial.
||Who needs paranoia? What profiteth a baker to freak out the easily freakoutable, but sell no more widgets to them?
||No, this scheme is best suited for subliminal advertising: the erotic sales pitch barely noted by the conscious mind but seized upon an savored by the greedy reptilian brain.
||Would fail miserably when the software
misinterpreted the person's browser history. For
instance, Jinni.com is currently recommending that I
watch "Smurfs 2" based on my interest in "Back to the
||Go ahead and watch it. You will love it. Smurfette turns bad!