Mind control could be future of warfare

New Scientist | Feb 7, 2012

By Andy Coghlan

Wars of the future might be decided through manipulation of people’s minds, concludes a report this week from the UK’s Royal Society. It warns that the potential military applications of neuroscience breakthroughs need to be regulated more closely.

“New imaging technology will allow new targets in the brain to be identified, and while some will be vital for medicine, others might be used to incapacitate people,” says Rod Flower of Queen Mary, University of London, who chairs the panel that wrote the report.

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1 Comment on "Mind control could be future of warfare"

  1. Yet again, more wickedness from the carnal imaginations of humanity! Mind manipulation and control technologies have been developed, have been in use for quite a few years, and new technologies are being introduced. There are many patents! Nothing “good” about these developments!

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