Winning the Battle to Control Your Mind

In this week’s edition of Mind Hack, Jeff DeRiso looks at an achievement by Japanese researchers using brain waves to decode human speech.  He also examines a US Defense Industry insider’s view of advances in neuroscience and bioweaponry.  Also, we’ll examine how the dynamics of power can act as a control mechanism of human behavior, and the ways to connect with other humans despite our cognitive biases toward self-preservation.

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Show notes

Japanese scientists know what you are about to say

Weaponizing the Brain: Neuroscience Advancements Spark Debate

Flashback: Stanford Prison Experiment

The Problem of Psychological Asymmetry

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  1. Thanks, Jeff. It’s always reassuring to hear the latest from the Dept of Mengele. I think they’ve been good at scrambling their own minds so far. Not sure how successful it would be on the general population. But hey, they gotta waste their money on something, right?

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