Latest Mind control Stories

2014-01-17 23:23:13

Individuals seeking relief from drug and alcohol addiction can now receive no-cost consultations. Call 581-333-0846 for an appointment at Drug Addiction Treatment Centers. Saguenay, Canada (PRWEB) January 17, 2014 A Saguenay alcohol and drug rehab center is launching a program to help adolescents stop LSD addiction through services available at Drug Addiction Treatment Centers. Information from a Government of Canada website indicates that LSD "is a hallucinogen that is commonly...

'Horror Stories' Surfacing of Deadly Columbian Mind-Control Drug
2012-05-14 04:23:50

Experts are warning about a dangerous drug currently being dealt in Colombia that can reportedly rob an individual of their free will, making them vulnerable to criminals and attackers, or erase their memories. The drug is known as scopolamine, and according to Gizmodo reporter Sam Biddle, the substance, which is derived from plants like cocaine, "will turn you into an insane zombie and probably kill you." Scopolamine, otherwise known as "The Devil's Breath," was tested by the CIA as a...

How Does Shock Therapy Really Help Depressed Patients?
2012-03-20 13:54:01

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) has been an effective yet controversial tool to treat severe depression for more than 70 years, and now Scottish researchers for the first time say they have discovered why the procedure often works the way it does. ECT works by altering how different parts of the brain involved in depression communicate with each other. The University of Aberdeen and University of Dundee researchers, reporting in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences...

LSD Being Reexamined For Treatment Of Alcoholism
2012-03-09 09:22:16

Aside from its popular 1960s and 70s-era reputation as a mind-expanding recreational drug, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) was also extensively studied as a treatment for schizophrenia, anxiety and alcoholism. Several of the studies seeking to aid alcoholics overcome their dependence met with varying degrees of success, reports Nick Collins for the Telegraph. The supervisors of one trial noted, “It was rather common for patients to claim significant insights into their problems, to...

2011-10-26 13:15:16

The British appetite for zombies is becoming a growing trend. From computer games and films to organized zombie walks though Britain´s cities, the proliferation of zombies seems to be everywhere.  Yet, this high interest in zombies enables researchers to link zombie-like behaviors to current models of public attitudes and actions. Researcher Dr Nick Pearce will present findings from his new study of Britain´s zombie phenomenon at an event organized as part of the Economic...

2010-10-06 19:23:09

It's an experience shared by everyone: You run into someone you know, but his or her name escapes you. Now, Temple psychologist Ingrid Olson has found a way to improve the recall of proper names. Olson dedicates her research to understanding human memory. In a recent study, she found that electric stimulation of the right anterior temporal lobe of the brain improved the recall of proper names in young adults by 11 percent. Her study appears this month in the journal Neuropsychologia. "We know...

Word of the Day
  • A cloth or covering, more or less ornamented, laid over the saddle or furniture of a horse, especially of a sumpter-horse or horse of state.
  • Clothing, especially sumptuous clothing; equipment; outfit.
  • To cover with a caparison, as a horse.
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This word ultimately comes from the Medieval Latin 'cappa,' cloak.