Monday, February 23, 2009

Not for peer review.

Dr T.M. Chambers
TN 1920 W05

Case Background:
Subject 339 Zulu was programmed with a chronologically and psychometrically coherent false personae. The tangible result being a high resistance to conventional interrogation techniques and lie detection. Confronted with a subject embedded with deeply ingrained memory walls designed to rebuke interrogation techniques it is essential to efficiently discriminate programmed responses from spontaneous one.

Psychomotor responses of the subject were overridden by the programming, so that traditional methods of detection such as a polygraph or electroencephalography would loose diagnostic relevance. So effective is the programming of the test subject that responses are spontaneous and the barrier between truth and lie is probably opaque for the subject himself. Observation of Subject 339 Zulu revealed asymmetry in mental processes of programmed versus experienced events. Cognitive chronometry could therefore be useful for preliminary discrimination. Axial Tomography and magnetic imaging would most likely prove limited in sequestering valid responses however real-time functional magnetic imaging and Magnetoencepholagraphy may yield substantive results. An adjuvant for the imaging should be possible using chemical architecture. By pharmaceutically binding certain neurotransmitter receptors, we may have heightened resolution.

Diagnostic Approach:
The primary vector for data collection would be the fMRI with Coaxial MEG. Optical and verbal response metrics can insure cognitive chronometry. A variety or SSRIs, SNRIs, both adrenaline and non adreno-dopanine as well as benzodiazepine drugs should prove highly effective as diagnostic markers.

Diagnostic Apparatus:
The diagnostic tool should be encapsulated in a negative stimuli environment. An auditory programme can be incorporated into the device to induce stress responses and sleep deprivation to accelerate breakdown. This will also provide us with indirect contact of the interrogated subject as dissociative stimulus has been found to significantly affect mental capitulation.

By using such an approach, it is likely we can significantly undermine the evasive nature of the programmed responses to external interrogation. In effect, we will be able to more quickly and more accurately detect dissembling and fantasy from what the subject believed to be true and what his programming tells him to believe is true.

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