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CIA experimented with mind-controlled dogs

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pallidin

I love my dog  :wub:

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aztek

i wonder how many dogs they  killed and made suffer.

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Nnicolette

Oh it didnt end there they now zero in on your unique signature and remotely stimulate human brains for different responses. I saw it when i was abducted and then i found the patent online. The government owns the patent for this i saw it. No they didnt stop with dogs.

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Jon the frog

Anybody can mind-control a dog with bacon !

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Stiff

This was the next project and hasn't yet been declassified...

 

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And it wasn't just dogs either

 

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Robotic Jew
22 hours ago, NicoletteS said:

Oh it didnt end there they now zero in on your unique signature and remotely stimulate human brains for different responses. I saw it when i was abducted and then i found the patent online. The government owns the patent for this i saw it. No they didnt stop with dogs.

Can you link to the patent? That sounds fascinating.

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Nnicolette
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To be honest i didnt keep track of the url but there are many related patents. I just searched and linked to a couple pages that might be of interest but there are many more.
https://patents.google.com/patent/US3014477

https://patents.google.com/patent/US20040087868A1/en?q=~patent%2fUS6506148B2

https://patents.google.com/patent/US6081744A/en?q=~patent%2fUS6506148B2

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