Astral Combat Warrior Reveals Super Soldier Secrets
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 at 11 pm EDT, the genial prolocutor and voice of California MUFON Radio, Lorien Fenton invites self-proclaimed Super Solider Tyler Clark, aka PsiTracker, to share the secret behind his powers that allows him to astral project into multiple points of time and space. Lorien is also joined by UFO Researcher Plutronus to provide technical expertise on military government uses of Super Soldiers.
Tyler Clark, aka Psi Tracker, believes he is being used in the astral as a super soldier with special skills.
What is a Super Soldier?
Super soldiers are, literally, soldiers who are super. Whether it is because of genetic enhancements, cybernetic implants, surgical procedures, or perhaps just because of the equipment they wear, they have been artificially rendered much more than they were originally. They are also more powerful, stronger, tougher, smarter, deadlier as a result. They are usually given the biggest and best toys as so should not be messed with under any circumstances.
Super soldiers do not include soldiers gifted with supernatural abilities (ie. superheroes), but soldiers who have been artificially enhanced to be as good as they are.
US and British Military Goverments Plans to Create Super Soldiers
The controversial program from the States’ armed forces will see them create software which could be uploaded directly to the brain to give their soldiers heightened senses while also attempting to cure ailments such as blindness, paralysis and speech disorders.
Research arm, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), will look at the role neural networks play in operating the brains in order to decipher how it processes sensory input.
They will then hopefully create technologies and algorithms which can interpret and generate signals in the brain.
A statement from DARPA said the programme, known as the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD), “aims to develop an implantable neural interface able to provide advanced signal resolution and data-transfer bandwidth between the brain and electronics”.
The statement continued: “The program stands to dramatically enhance research capabilities in neurotechnology and provide a foundation for new therapies.
“Among the program’s potential applications are devices that could compensate for deficits in sight or hearing by inputting digital auditory or visual information into the brain at a resolution and experiential quality far higher than is possible with current technology.” – credit: express.co.uk
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