Articles written by ordinary citizens

“Ordinary” means in this case that they have no doctor degree and they are not the press.

Contents

  1. Articles written by Carole Smith
  2. Articles written by Eleanor White
  3. Articles written by Harlan Girard
  4. Articles written by John McMurtrey
  5. Articles written by other citizens

Articles written by Carole Smith

Carole Smith is a psychotherapist from the UK. She’s a member of The College of Psychoanalysts. She’s an accredited member of the UK Register of Psychotherapists. She trained at the Institute of Psychotherapy and Social Studies. She currently serves on the Ethics Committee of this institute.

She published a paper about mind invasive technology.

PDF file icon On the need for new criteria of diagnosis of psychosis in the light of mind invasive technology by Carole Smith (231.1 K, 12 pages).

She sent this paper to the parliament.

PDF file icon Written evidence by Carole Smith (26.4 K, 2 pages).

Articles written by Eleanor White

Eleanor White

Eleanor White has a Professional Engineer License (P.Eng.). She used to work for the U.S. Army. She has worked as a security guard.

PDF file icon New devices that ‘talk’ to the human mind need debate and controls (64.9 K, 9 pages).

PDF file icon Speech to doctors (158.4 K, 12 pages).

Articles written by Harlan Girard

PDF file icon Bio-electromagnetic weapons (117.9 K, 4 pages).

PDF file icon Effects of GHz radiation on the human nervous system: recent developments in the technology of political control (26.5 K, 12 pages).

Articles written by John McMurtrey

John McMurtrey

These articles are so difficult that I recommend that you don’t try to read them. He tries to impress you but it won’t impress a scientist because it’s not peer reviewed. If it’s not readable for everyone, then it doesn’t make sense. I hope that you learn from this mistake.

It’s just too many facts and names.

PDF file icon A simulated hallucination mechanism compared to hallucination brain response studies (46.1 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon Microwave bioeffect congruence with schizophrenia (174.7 K, 27 pages).

PDF file icon Project Bizarre weapons implications (75.0 K, 17 pages).

PDF file icon Recording microwave hearing effects (31.1 K, 8 pages).

PDF file icon Remote behavioral influence technology evidence (2003) (148.7 K, 26 pages).

PDF file icon Remote behavioral influence technology evidence (2005) (216.1 K, 23 pages).

PDF file icon Remote EEG discussion (14.9 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Technological simulation of hallucination (227.1 K, 28 pages).

PDF file icon Thought reading capacity (98.7 K, 20 pages).

Articles written by other citizens

PDF file icon 20 reasons why the paper by Sheridan and James is shoddy research by Richard Griesinger www.GangStalkingDrSheridanDrJamesComplaintsGroupStalkingCriticize.com (122.2 K, 13 pages). PDF file icon Richard Griesinger by Richard Griesinger (487.9 K, 6 pages).

PDF file icon A history of secret human experimentation by † www.HealthNewsNet.com (407.5 K, 5 pages).

PDF file icon Army yanks ‘voice-to-skull devices’ site by Sharon Weinberger (51.0 K, 2 pages). This article appeared on www.wired.com

PDF file icon Brain waves & human activities by Gary from † www.GBPPR.org (36.4 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Dutch flag Explosie in mijn hoofd by Michael Segalov (156.3 K, 4 pages). Michael Segalov visited a professor who confirmed gang stalking and electronic harassment.

PDF file icon Gang stalking by AV News-talk (425.1 K, 12 pages).

PDF file icon Gang stalking - new name, same old problem by General Practice Law Firm (85.2 K, 1 page). www.GeneralPracticeLF.com

PDF file icon Human auditory perception of pulsed radiofrequency energy by † www.GBPPR.org (34.0 K, 2 pages).

PDF file icon Predatory gang stalking by www.whale.to (59.3 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon Radio frequency hearing effect by media analyst Mark Dice (31.9 K, 2 pages). See also the PDF file icon biography of Mark Dice (502.0 K, 2 pages) and see PDF file icon Mark Dice by Wikipedia (70.3 K, 3 pages).

PDF file icon Sony seeks thought control by ultrasound by www.global1power.com (22.9 K, 1 page).

PDF file icon Synthetic telepathy by Richard Miller (262.5 K, 59 pages).

PDF file icon The microwave scream inside your skull by David Hambling (134.6 K, 2 pages). David Hambling is a reporter of ABC News. This article appeared on www.wired.com

PDF file icon The Pentagon’s quest for nonlethal arms is amazing - but is it smart? by Douglas Pasternak (494.9 K, 10 pages).

PDF file icon What is gang stalking? by private investigator Daniel Toresen (270.9 K, 7 pages).

PDF file icon What is gang stalking? by www.NoBullying.com (138.2 K, 3 pages).

 

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