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  • The links between the younger and elder Holmes and U.S. government
    research on creating super-soldiers, human brain-machine interfaces,
    and human-like robots beg the question: "Was James Holmes engaged
    in a real-life Jason Bourne TREADSTONE project that broke down and
    resulted in deadly consequences in Aurora, Colorado?" In any event,
    if the Batman movies are now serving as a newer version of J.D.
    Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye" subliminal messaging triggering
    mechanism, -- Salinger's novel was of interest to a number of American
    political assassins -- keep in mind that August 10 is the opening date of
    The Bourne Legacy. It may be wise to skip that film in the theater for a while.

    Wayne Madsen



    Oh, the plot thickens! Now we learn that there are significant, ongoing connections with US Government research.

    In 2006, James Holmes served as an intern at the Salk Institute in La Jolla:

    "The research was part of a larger DARPA program known as the "Peak Soldier Performance Program," which involved creating brain-machine interfaces for battlefield use, including human-robotic bionics for legs, arms, and eyes. DARPA works closely with the Defense Science Office on projects that include the medical research community. Fitzsimons was at the forefront of DARPA research on the use of brain-connected "neuroprosthetic" limbs for soldiers amputated or paralyzed in combat."

    Peak. Soldier. Performance. Program. This gets interestinger and interestinger.


    Breaking news.... Stay tuned...

    MORE TK





    (Photograph by Alex in Virtual Urban Decay, in the 3-D world of Second Life)

    http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1060956973
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