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Interchange Labs : Mind Machine Interface Processor (MMIP)

 
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Interchange Laboratories, Inc. is a California Corporation located in Chatsworth. The purpose of Interchange Laboratories is to develop and continually improve a non-invasive, non-contact mind-machine interface technology as well as related control and training methods.

Interchange Laboratories, Inc. has developed a quantum domain-based mind-machine interface technology to a level where airplanes on a flight simulator program are flown “hands free” and “sensor free” on a regular basis, exclusively by mental intent. This is a completely non-contact system that does not use brain waves or other physiological signals.

The Mind-Machine Interface Processor system is Patent Pending with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Hardware

The hardware that responds to quantum thought field energy is the Mind-Machine Interface Processor (MMIP). The MMIP is an electronic device that responds to human mental intention. The MMIP produces a quantum electrical behavior with which the mind interfaces. Resonance of this quantum behavior is compared by the MMIP’s digital signal processor.
The signal is sent to a National Instruments high-speed digital acquisition board with buffered memory. Additional hardware includes a standard IBM compatible computer with monitor.

"The technology simply reproduces the randomness of our universe and is able to then detect any changes in that randomness from task directed human influence. The device thus responds to the organizational ability (order from chaos) of the human intention (mind)." ~Ted

[link to www.interchangelab.com]
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A Step Toward the Practical Application of Thought Field Energy

Revolution

Throughout human history, major technological breakthroughs have enhanced our civilization. First we had the Industrial Revolution, followed by the Electronics Revolution and the Information Revolution. What is next? Our world is on the verge of the Mind-Machine Revolution.

Technologies throughout recorded history have progressed from crude stone tools used by small groups of people to high-speed microprocessors that drive massive amounts of data to billions of people throughout the global information-based community. Whether it is a flint knife, a steam locomotive or a telecommunications satellite, every tool or machine invented shares a commonality in that it extends and amplifies physical human influence.

Until recently, human beings have had to use their bodies to control machines. Pressing a button to activate a sequence of preset functions or moving levers and steering wheels to alter the functions of devices or their subcomponents are just a few of many examples. These tools serve as effective, yet limited, extensions of the physical body. Mainstream scientists and researchers are presently striving to bypass mechanistic interaction. They are attempting to directly control devices using thought processes. These brain-device interfaces have thus far fallen into two main categories.

The first category consists of direct measurement and computer processing of electrical signals associated with biological life forms. This methodology encompasses either brainwave detectors attached to the skull (EEG) or the use of electrodes being connected directly to nerves within the brain.

The second category is the direct mind influence on matter and energy. Extensive research has been done on the mind’s influence on physical behavior. Examples include the manipulation of random event generators (REG) and chemical reactions. REGs have been used extensively by Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) at Princeton University with statistical results clearly validating the theory that humans can mentally influence the physical world beyond their biological bodies.

PEAR’s ground-breaking research sets the stage for the development of non-contact nonlocal mind-machine interface technologies. In order to develop an effective mind-machine interface technology that can stand on its own, operate consistently, and improve the human condition, scientists must look to where mind and matter intersect and access their common domain.

On the surface, the physical world appears to be stable in that matter and energy interact in fairly predictable ways. It may also seem preposterous that a person could override the laws of physics with thought or emotional intent and control matter at anything more than subtle, and nearly undetectable levels. The interactions of mental intent on the physical world, as defined by the laws of classical physics, are no longer restrained in the subatomic realm where quantum interactions occur arbitrarily and the immutable laws of cause and effect as we know them no longer hold. The connection between the mind and the physical world has strong support in quantum theory. In other words, the quantum world is where mind and matter intersect outside of time and space.

Matter at the macro level, as it is commonly understood in our western society, cannot be influenced directly by the mind. However, there is strong theoretical support for the mind’s influence at the quantum level. At the quantum level, matter can be either a particle or a wave. Kaku (2005) describes how matter is intimately connected to the mind when matter is evaluated as a quantum wave, stating, “The wave function only tells you the probability that the electron is located here or there. If the wave function is large at a certain point, it means that there is a high likelihood that the electron is located there… This also means that the wave function of a tree can tell you the probability that it is either standing or falling, but it cannot definitively tell you in which state it actually is. But common sense tells us that objects are in definite states. When you look at a tree, the tree is definitely in front of you - it is either standing or fallen, but not both. To resolve the discrepancy between waves of probability and our commonsense notion of existence, Bohr and Heisenberg assumed that after a measurement is made by an outside observer, the wave function magically “collapses,” and the electron falls into a definite state - that is, after looking at the tree, we see that it istruly standing. In other words, the process of observation determines the final state of the electron.”

Capra (1991) clearly explicates the link between observation and quantum behavior, stating, “The human observer constitutes the final link in the chain of observational processes, and the properties of any atomic object can only be understood in terms of the object’s interaction with the observer. This means that the classical ideal of an objective description of nature is no longer valid. The Cartesian partition between I and the world, between the observer and the observed, cannot be made when dealing with atomic matter. In atomic physics, we can never speak about nature without, at the same time, speaking about ourselves.” Chopra(2003) nicely sums up the relationship between observation and physical effect stating, “Because observation is the key to defining the wave-particle as a single entity, Niels Bohr and other physicists believed that consciousness alone was responsible for the collapse of the wave-particle. It might be said, then, that without consciousness, everything would exist only as undefined, potential packets of energy, or pure potential.”

The above mentioned authors provide strong support for a quantum theory explanation of this human ability. A large body of research has validated the use of consciousness in general and mental intention in particular to influence physical behavior. McTaggart (2003)provided insight into Robert G. Jahn’s PEAR experimental validation of mental influence over matter, stating, “It seemed that we had an ability to extend our own coherence out into our environment. By a simple act of wishing, we could create order. This represented an almost unimaginable amount of power… Jahn had his evidence that human consciousness had the power to order random electronic devices. The question now before him was what else might be possible.”

Advances in electronics, computers, data acquisition hardware, and sophisticated data analysis software, have made possible the development of a reliable mind-machine interface technology (Mind-Machine Interface Processor, hereafter referred to as “MMIP”). This technology does not require brain or nerve signal connections or the need to sense body physiology.

This research study is predicated on a responder rather than sensor/detector technology. Instead of detecting physiological energy from the brain, nerves or body, the MMIP responds to mind’s influence in the quantum domain.

While the findings of many researchers statistically prove that the mind can affect the physical world, the differences between the control and mind-influenced trials are too small for practical application. Furthermore, the effectiveness of a mind-machine interface system lies in its ability to gather and process large amounts of mind-influenced data in near-real time.

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Very interesting.

But... Mind Machine Interfacing already happens. You don't need a patent for it. It's natural.

But, very interesting nonetheless.

Thank you.

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[link to www.youtube.com]

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Very interesting...




Glad to see that the Science community is finally realizing that we can't stand apart from Life...
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When I contacted Ted concerning Neurosky this was his response...

Neurosky is a company I contacted last year. I spoke with several of their top people about a possible joint venture. They were interested because they do not have the fidelity we have. They are running up against a brick wall because of the limitations of brain waves. Apparently, they are going forward with marketing their product despite its limitations.

...if they want to stick with brain waves (as in horse and buggy technology), we will proceed to market high fidelity non-local quantum-based technologies without them.
~Ted

Neurosky Thread: lucifer gaming toys coming next year
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There was a Psychologist in Texas during last decade or so - was named Constance Clear; was down in San Antonio area, cool lady that rode a Harley and worked with helping the Hopi Indians, etc. This lady discreetely worked with many high-profile clients suffering paranoia & trauma from ET/Mi-Lab abductions ... some of her cases were big name politcos, corporate CEO's - etc. She got many referrals from the now-deceased Dr. John E Mack MD of Harvard Medical School (Chief of Psychiatry) who wrote many books on the ET aduction phenomena (such as "ABDUCTION"). Go put her name and word book into GOOGLE and see all the hits... she was friends with Strieber and did many lectures & seminars on national scale. Rumors are that the ptb or ETs or ??? took her out = dead after mysterious freak accident on the bike, about 4 years ago or so, apparently after she got too close to truth in researching the bigger picture behind chemtrails and exactly who/ what/ why - etc.

Anyhow, in her book "REACHING FOR REALITY" she documented the cases of some of her clients - especially those that strongly felt it was extremely important to get the word out about what was *really* going on and being covered up. Like maybe not only our planet & species but our whole reality is being hijacked by some alien lifeform or was terraformed to begin with (as Sitchin suggests per Anunnaki) or God only knows... ?????????

The main point trying to make here is that one of the big topics she documented was how several of the clients had terrible experiences while abducted... horrifying!! Like being fully immersed in tall glass tubes of fluid then having their awareness of self (consciousness or ???) undergoing transfer into some form like BINARY CODE that was then digitalized or ??? into a machine (or something like Darth Vader) --- can't recall exactly but if you get the book, then you can get more accurate details and even see sketches of the devices that her clients drew up from memories, etc.

Whatever, this is some damned FREAKY shite and fits in perfectly with what is being discussed in this thread.
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How can you BS flag this? I bet you didn't even read it!
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This technology is real and real scientists are perfecting it, but Interchange Labs doesn't actually make anything or do any science. They merely attract venture capital...
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Currently the technology is still in its prototype phase.
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Revolution
>snip<

Capra (1991) clearly explicates the link between observation and quantum behavior, stating, “The human observer constitutes the final link in the chain of observational processes, and the properties of any atomic object can only be understood in terms of the object’s interaction with the observer. This means that the classical ideal of an objective description of nature is no longer valid. The Cartesian partition between I and the world, between the observer and the observed, cannot be made when dealing with atomic matter. In atomic physics, we can never speak about nature without, at the same time, speaking about ourselves.” Chopra(2003) nicely sums up the relationship between observation and physical effect stating, “Because observation is the key to defining the wave-particle as a single entity, Niels Bohr and other physicists believed that consciousness alone was responsible for the collapse of the wave-particle. It might be said, then, that without consciousness, everything would exist only as undefined, potential packets of energy, or pure potential.”
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In the Journal for Scientific Exploration (I'm not sure which volume), they explain quite well about the fact that there really is no manifested world outside of us. I wish I could tell it as eloquently as they do, but the crux is that EVERYTHING, including our brain, is energy packets in the wave form until it is observed by consciousness. There is NOTHING outside of consciousness; that the very idea of touching or seeing something solid is really an energy packet in and of itself that the brain (an energy packet in a wave/particle position/non-position) allows to appear. In other words, its energy energizing itself, neither of which can be detected outside itself. Like the brain doing research on itself. It takes the brain to research itself; it takes consciousness to be conscious of itself.


The above mentioned authors provide strong support for a quantum theory explanation of this human ability. A large body of research has validated the use of consciousness in general and mental intention in particular to influence physical behavior. McTaggart (2003)provided insight into Robert G. Jahn’s PEAR experimental validation of mental influence over matter, stating, “It seemed that we had an ability to extend our own coherence out into our environment. By a simple act of wishing, we could create order. This represented an almost unimaginable amount of power… Jahn had his evidence that human consciousness had the power to order random electronic devices. The question now before him was what else might be possible.”

Advances in electronics, computers, data acquisition hardware, and sophisticated data analysis software, have made possible the development of a reliable mind-machine interface technology (Mind-Machine Interface Processor, hereafter referred to as “MMIP”). This technology does not require brain or nerve signal connections or the need to sense body physiology.

This research study is predicated on a responder rather than sensor/detector technology. Instead of detecting physiological energy from the brain, nerves or body, the MMIP responds to mind’s influence in the quantum domain.


Mind's influence, or intentions? Might these be based on beliefs? Beliefs are non-tangible, but they produce "energy" nonetheless. And at the sub-atomic quantum level, there is nothing tangible, just a lot of probabilities. Wavey, ghost-like energy awaiting a command (a belief) in order to show itself as you, the observer, have pre-determined. The energy itself has no preference, as it is the same energy everywhere. The funny thing is that at the sub-atomic, quantum level, we are ALSO this same energy. Hmmm...???

This is a fascinating subject. Thanks for posting it.
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This technology is real and real scientists are perfecting it, but Interchange Labs doesn't actually make anything or do any science. They merely attract venture capital...
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"Thanatos sans cookies has an open invitation to visit our lab to see for himself that we actually do make things and that we do real science. If Anonymous Coward wants to accompany him, he is more than welcome. During his visit, Thanatos may also come to realize that while some of the other principals in our company are willing to deal with typical venture capitalists, I have a serious attitude problem with venture capitalists, (not all of them...just the 99.999% with sticks up their asses). As with every research lab, we need a continuous inflow of capital but I do not feel comfortable divulging where we get our funding or our plans for future funding sources." ~Ted Klouzal
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A Step Toward the Practical Application of Thought Field Energy

Revolution

Throughout human history, major technological breakthroughs have enhanced our civilization. First we had the Industrial Revolution, followed by the Electronics Revolution and the Information Revolution. What is next? Our world is on the verge of the Mind-Machine Revolution.

Technologies throughout recorded history have progressed from crude stone tools used by small groups of people to high-speed microprocessors that drive massive amounts of data to billions of people throughout the global information-based community. Whether it is a flint knife, a steam locomotive or a telecommunications satellite, every tool or machine invented shares a commonality in that it extends and amplifies physical human influence.

Until recently, human beings have had to use their bodies to control machines. Pressing a button to activate a sequence of preset functions or moving levers and steering wheels to alter the functions of devices or their subcomponents are just a few of many examples. These tools serve as effective, yet limited, extensions of the physical body. Mainstream scientists and researchers are presently striving to bypass mechanistic interaction. They are attempting to directly control devices using thought processes. These brain-device interfaces have thus far fallen into two main categories.

The first category consists of direct measurement and computer processing of electrical signals associated with biological life forms. This methodology encompasses either brainwave detectors attached to the skull (EEG) or the use of electrodes being connected directly to nerves within the brain.

The second category is the direct mind influence on matter and energy. Extensive research has been done on the mind’s influence on physical behavior. Examples include the manipulation of random event generators (REG) and chemical reactions. REGs have been used extensively by Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) at Princeton University with statistical results clearly validating the theory that humans can mentally influence the physical world beyond their biological bodies.

PEAR’s ground-breaking research sets the stage for the development of non-contact nonlocal mind-machine interface technologies. In order to develop an effective mind-machine interface technology that can stand on its own, operate consistently, and improve the human condition, scientists must look to where mind and matter intersect and access their common domain.

On the surface, the physical world appears to be stable in that matter and energy interact in fairly predictable ways. It may also seem preposterous that a person could override the laws of physics with thought or emotional intent and control matter at anything more than subtle, and nearly undetectable levels. The interactions of mental intent on the physical world, as defined by the laws of classical physics, are no longer restrained in the subatomic realm where quantum interactions occur arbitrarily and the immutable laws of cause and effect as we know them no longer hold. The connection between the mind and the physical world has strong support in quantum theory. In other words, the quantum world is where mind and matter intersect outside of time and space.

Matter at the macro level, as it is commonly understood in our western society, cannot be influenced directly by the mind. However, there is strong theoretical support for the mind’s influence at the quantum level. At the quantum level, matter can be either a particle or a wave. Kaku (2005) describes how matter is intimately connected to the mind when matter is evaluated as a quantum wave, stating, “The wave function only tells you the probability that the electron is located here or there. If the wave function is large at a certain point, it means that there is a high likelihood that the electron is located there… This also means that the wave function of a tree can tell you the probability that it is either standing or falling, but it cannot definitively tell you in which state it actually is. But common sense tells us that objects are in definite states. When you look at a tree, the tree is definitely in front of you - it is either standing or fallen, but not both. To resolve the discrepancy between waves of probability and our commonsense notion of existence, Bohr and Heisenberg assumed that after a measurement is made by an outside observer, the wave function magically “collapses,” and the electron falls into a definite state - that is, after looking at the tree, we see that it istruly standing. In other words, the process of observation determines the final state of the electron.”

Capra (1991) clearly explicates the link between observation and quantum behavior, stating, “The human observer constitutes the final link in the chain of observational processes, and the properties of any atomic object can only be understood in terms of the object’s interaction with the observer. This means that the classical ideal of an objective description of nature is no longer valid. The Cartesian partition between I and the world, between the observer and the observed, cannot be made when dealing with atomic matter. In atomic physics, we can never speak about nature without, at the same time, speaking about ourselves.” Chopra(2003) nicely sums up the relationship between observation and physical effect stating, “Because observation is the key to defining the wave-particle as a single entity, Niels Bohr and other physicists believed that consciousness alone was responsible for the collapse of the wave-particle. It might be said, then, that without consciousness, everything would exist only as undefined, potential packets of energy, or pure potential.”

The above mentioned authors provide strong support for a quantum theory explanation of this human ability. A large body of research has validated the use of consciousness in general and mental intention in particular to influence physical behavior. McTaggart (2003)provided insight into Robert G. Jahn’s PEAR experimental validation of mental influence over matter, stating, “It seemed that we had an ability to extend our own coherence out into our environment. By a simple act of wishing, we could create order. This represented an almost unimaginable amount of power… Jahn had his evidence that human consciousness had the power to order random electronic devices. The question now before him was what else might be possible.”

Advances in electronics, computers, data acquisition hardware, and sophisticated data analysis software, have made possible the development of a reliable mind-machine interface technology (Mind-Machine Interface Processor, hereafter referred to as “MMIP”). This technology does not require brain or nerve signal connections or the need to sense body physiology.

This research study is predicated on a responder rather than sensor/detector technology. Instead of detecting physiological energy from the brain, nerves or body, the MMIP responds to mind’s influence in the quantum domain.

While the findings of many researchers statistically prove that the mind can affect the physical world, the differences between the control and mind-influenced trials are too small for practical application. Furthermore, the effectiveness of a mind-machine interface system lies in its ability to gather and process large amounts of mind-influenced data in near-real time.

Excerpt from:
[link to www.interchangelab.com]
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