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High Praise for Delgado,
This review is from: Physical Control of the Mind -- Toward a Psychocivilized Society (Harper Colophon books) (Paperback)
Dr. Delgado should be commended for making his research public. Jose Delgado has several other books, including "emotions" and "Behavioral Neurochemistry". I found "emotions" to be excellent. If you are looking into research in the interest of microchip integration into humans and animals, psychiatry through the means of direct manipulation of the brain or, possibly, the merging of remote electrical devices into biotechnology, then meet the founding father. Delgado is brilliant. If you are interested in mind control, this is the place to begin. Surfing the internet on this subject will bring up useless, paranoid garbage and books by other authors emphasize conspiracies that draw people into paranoid delusions. This is a summary of research through direct manipulation of the brain using electrodes, remote stimulation and biomedical telemetry. I cannot emphasize the value of this book, it is a MUST HAVE!!!
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Initial post: Feb 27, 2014 7:21:34 AM PST
Mercedes Mcvey says:
I enjoyed your review of the book, actually I was just about to put this book up for sale, a 1st edition, when I thumbed through and started reading it. At first I thought, of the stuff in this book is probably ancient history, since we have made so much progress re: the study of the brain. The hot topic seems to be brain research, etc. and even many books re: the brain & change, & quantum physics, and books that are now talking about the new found discovery that the brain is much more "elastic," than we thought. But, then I realized that although this is a "older," book, the supposedly "new," information out there was obviously known by perhaps a few ingenious individuals. Since you wrote this review a quite a few years ago, I'd be interested to see how you view the book and it's author contributions now. thanks great review. now I think I may keep this book.
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