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What is Anton Vaino's mysterious 'nooscope' ?

Posted on Wednesday, 24 August, 2016 | Comment icon 9 comments

Even in Russia, nobody seems to know what the device is. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Asguskov
Vladimir Putin's new chief of staff Anton Vaino has come up with a very strange invention indeed.
With a master's degree in economics and many years of experience as a world class diplomat, the Estonian-born politician was unexpectedly assigned one of the Russian government's top jobs earlier this month when former chief of staff Sergei Ivanov was suddenly removed from the position without explanation after years as a member of Putin's inner circle in Moscow.

The mystery over what might have taken place within the Russian government to prompt Putin to take such steps however seems to have been somewhat glossed over in the mainstream press in favor of an even more pressing matter, that of Vaino's peculiar invention - the 'nooscope'.

In a 2012 article in a journal entitled 'Economics and Law', Vaino described a strange new device capable of "detecting and registering changes in the biosphere and in human activity" by somehow tapping in to the global consciousness of the human race.
When quizzed about the invention by the BBC, co-author Viktor Sarayev maintained that the device was of equivalent significance to the invention of the microscope and telescope and that it "scans transactions between people, things and money."

His explanation, which doesn't really seem to have helped shed any light on the device at all, has left journalists and scientists the world over scratching their heads.

As it stands, the exact nature and purpose of the 'nooscope' continues to remain a total mystery.

Source: BBC News | Comments (9)

Tags: Nooscope, Russia, Anton Vaino

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by MisterSuperGod on 24 August, 2016, 18:35
Sounds like alot buzzword mumbo jumbo.
Comment icon #2 Posted by seeder on 24 August, 2016, 18:36
It seems its a nothing story  
Comment icon #3 Posted by Nnicolette on 24 August, 2016, 19:13
I don't know it sounds fascinating it would indeed be equivilant to a microscope but im curious how such a thing would be interpreted or viewed.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Gecks on 24 August, 2016, 19:53
It sounds like Russia making stuff up. And are spying on peoples transactions online. How else do you take
Comment icon #5 Posted by BeastieRunner on 24 August, 2016, 21:52
Yeah ... I read it that way, too. That they spent money on more skullduggery.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Zero Fox FK on 24 August, 2016, 21:54
Someone should 360 NoScope them...Illiminati Confirmed
Comment icon #7 Posted by atom2084 on 25 August, 2016, 0:03
The Russians have historically shown to ha e fabricated stories like this and pumped them into the mainstream media for obvious reasons. Anyone can claim to have created any device their imagination can come up with, but only select few can actually prove it.
Comment icon #8 Posted by eddword on 25 August, 2016, 19:51
I think I have solved the mystery..... It is not really a nooscope. but, A Newscope! He just reads a lot of newspapers and watches the news on TV and online. All the while,scoping out what is going on in the world. Thus
Comment icon #9 Posted by cerberusxp on 26 August, 2016, 2:59
A very useful tool indeed.

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