12-12-2018 | News
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New Revelation Says CIA Once Implanted Mind Control Devices in Dogs’ Brains
Dogs while highly trainable have minds of their own. But can they be manipulated much like robots, too? Or be made to follow instructions as if they are remote-controlled toys? Freshly declassified documents reveal the somewhat shocking truth that the CIA once created remote-controlled dogs by operating on their brains in what was described as a bizarre “mind-control experiment.”
The project happened more than five decades ago, however. It was a top-secret experiment in 1963 when researchers implanted a device inside the skulls of six dogs then guided them through an open field.
The dogs under experiment were then made to run, turn, and stop as scientists zapped the reward center of their brains with electrical currents.
It was revealed in the documents that the specific aim of the research program was to examine the feasibility “of controlling the behavior of a dog, in an open field, by means of remotely stimulated electrical stimulation of the brain.”
The new revelation came from documents posted on The Black Vault, a website focused on declassified government records.
The documents also reveal more of the method used then: “Such a system depends for its effectiveness on two properties of electrical stimulation delivered to certain deep-lying structures of the dog brain: the well-known reward effect, and a tendency for such stimulation to initiate and maintain locomotion in a direction which is accompanied by the continued delivery of stimulation.”
The CIA later also tried another method wherein they “embedded the electrode entirely with a mound of dental cement on the skull.”
The said dog experiment was part of what was regarded as a notorious MKUltra project where the CIA fed humans psychotropic drugs and shocked them in order to learn more about mind control.
Some of the dogs involved in the said experiment suffered side effects, including infections caused by a head wound that failed to properly heal.
Of course, the experiment happened more than 50 years ago, where animal rights and ethical concerns regarding experiments are far from being as strong as they are today.
Social media users disapprove with the idea, regardless of the experiment was done so long ago.
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