20 [Brainwave patterning analysis]: the generic brainwave pattern might cause you the disease

It is difficult to analyze the electromagnetic wave digitally, which also means it is hard to control the brain or body by the digital wave. Considering these difficulties, it had better analyze the brainwave as an analog frequency pattern.

 

The brain generates only an ultra-long wave, hence the frequency range is limited, while it is unknown how many frequencies are irradiated simultaneously. For example, when you feel a headache, the characteristic brainwave is irradiated for its symptom. The wave can be captured as it is in analog, though it is difficult to conclude what frequencies are irradiated simultaneously.

 

Although, the similar wave pattern can be reproduced from the random mix of frequencies. If you feel a headache when the specific wave is irradiated to your brain, it is the target pattern of the wave to cause the synchronization.

 

Or, the brainwave itself is recorded to create the targeted frequency pattern. There are many people suffering from the brain disease, such as a depression, emotional disorder or other types of symptoms. Their brainwaves can be used to affect others when their recorded brainwave is irradiated to the subject’s brain which can be synchronized to cause the same symptoms.

 

If accumulating pathological brainwaves for specific symptoms, each pathological frequency pattern can be generalized as a result. In this methodology, there is no need to analyze each digitally. It is insufficient as a scientific verification, though practical enough to affect the brain externally.

 

The issue here is an individuality how distinctive each brain works. If the difference is negligible, the generalized wave can create the symptom for a wider range of the people. The necessary task is to gather the frequency pattern according to each brain disease, whose generalized pattern can create a corresponding symptom to the subject’s brain. On the other hand, if the individuality plays a distinctive role, it is hard generally to affect the brain externally.

 

Considering the reality that the brain is affected by the outside frequency, the simple symptom can be composed of the simple wave pattern. For example, the aggression can be caused by the single frequency or simple patterns, hence the generalized radiowave can affect many people to become more aggressive.

 

However, it is just an aggressiveness, not necessarily provoking any aggressive actions. It is necessary to eliminate the reason and to urge the action, separately. The aggressive emotion is not the only decisive factor to cause an attack, but it is necessary to restrain the sociality. It is functioned to contain the aggression in the normal life, which is compelled to be dysfunctioned by another brainwave or physical manipulation.

 

There is another associated issue how to choose a target for the assault. The indiscriminate attack might be easier as it can be created just inside the brain, while it is more difficult for the brain to justify its action than the aggressiveness against the specific target. The brain manipulation is always complicated to achieve the specific goal, as it is highly affected also by the individuality of each person and brain.

 

The complexity does not necessarily lie at the behavioral process, but often at the brain process itself, such as thinking. If you think 1,000 words, the electromagnetic wave should contain the whole content for the manipulation. It apparently implies it is not easy to create the wave pattern holding that amount of information, and at the same time, it is not easy to understand its meaning just by the patterning analysis.

 

This consideration indicates that the patterning is really used for the radiowave control, especially effective to generate the simple emotion, and the pain in the brain or each organ can be reproduced by the digital analysis, however, these methodologies are useless to read the brain. It is necessary to develop the technique more than the patterning to read what you think and to move your hand. That is actually what the current technology can do to you.

 

19 [Brainwave digital analysis]: the wave can be digitally analyzed, though still many obstacles

The electromagnetic wave is analyzed through the Fourier transformation, though it has a limitation of the resolution.

 

The Fourier transforms the wave to a mathematical formula, whose methodology is imperfect, though the mathematical approach is the only way to resolve it. When the wave consists of the sole frequency, it is unnecessary to be cracked, though when composed of the multiple frequencies, each frequency cannot be identified until transformed in this way.

 

This is a critical issue to the brainwave, as it is quite less likely composed by the single frequency, rather created by the multiple chemical changes and frequencies, which requires the Fourier transformation. However, its methodology has a limitation at the resolution and sampling rate. If the wave is necessary to be analyzed at the exact frequency, the original wave should be recorded in a long time, otherwise the analysis becomes quite rough. It means the wave can be analyzed at 10Hz unit frequency for the shorter recorded wave, which is quite problematic to the brainwave, as it originally just irradiates up to 100Hz wavelength.

 

If the brainwave keeps the same frequency pattern for a long time, the analysis gets deeper into the minute. When the certain stimulus is given to the subject for a long time without any other stimulation and thinking, the brainwave is resolved to the minute frequencies, but it is apparently not a normal condition. It is not impossible to experiment in this way, but impractical to the brainwave control on the normal occasion.

 

Fast Fourier Transformation is its extension to solve an issue of the resolution, which also requires the wave with a longer time, though it can define the frequency irradiated at each segmented time. This is one of the solutions but still limited at the level of its resolution. It can be analyzed at 1Hz unit, but maybe hard to analyze the level at the second decimal.

 

There is another practical issue to this methodology, which is a difficulty at the feedback to use the outcome to affect the subject. The past data or recorded brainwave can be analyzed in this manner, though it requires many calculations with many variables. It means it is impossible to solve it instantaneously for the feedback even with the super computer.

 

All in all, the digital analysis of the brainwave is not progressed that much due to its limitation. The difficulty is not at an external replication of the brainwave by digital, but at the digital analysis.

 

However, there is a way to understand the meaning of the brainwave without these analyses.