A Guest Article by the Brilliant and Virtually Irreplaceable Administrative Assistant, Valerie
Get More Production Out of Your Human Female Slaves
Creativity and problem-solving can be very useful attributes in human slaves, even females. Scientists have recently discovered that ordinary humans can become more creative with a bit of electromagnetic brain stimulation:
“The findings of this study offer the new suggestion that giving individuals a “zap” of electrical stimulation can enhance the brain’s natural thinking cap boost in creativity,” he adds.
The researchers wrote that their results provide “novel evidence” that tDCS enhances the “conscious augmentation of creativity elicited by cognitive intervention, and extends the known boundaries of tDCS enhancement to analogical reasoning, a form of creative intelligence that is a powerful engine for innovation.”
__ Creativity and tDCS
In fact, some interesting differences between the ways that human males and human females respond to tDCS have come to light:
Healthy participants respond faster, but not more accurate on cognitive tasks after a-tDCS. However, increasing the current density and/or charge might be able to enhance response accuracy, particularly in females. __ tDCS Crank it Up
For some reason, female humans respond better to an increase in charge and current density, using a tDCS or simular electromagnetic brain stimulator. They not only respond faster with electromagnetic stimulation, their accuracy can also improve.
Three days into the second month, something changed. It wasn’t a sudden click or a sharp intake of breath or the first front-porch sting of Sydney’s winter morning air. Something just changed—I got tuned in. I felt a bit brighter, a bit more alert. The fog started clearing. And then it cleared entirely.
Taken together, improvements in creativity, accuracy, and speed of response all suggest that human female slaves can be made more productive using electromagnetic brain stimulation.
Research into tDCS is in its early stages. A number of studies suggest that it may improve learning, vigilance, intelligence, and working memory, as well as relieve chronic pain and the symptoms of depression, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, and schizophrenia. However, the studies have been so small and heterogeneous that meta-analyses have failed to prove any conclusive effects, and long-term risks have not been established. The treatment has yet to receive F.D.A. approval, although a few hospitals, including Beth Israel, in New York, and Beth Israel Deaconess, in Boston, have used it to treat chronic pain and depression. __ New Yorker
This audio report by a human female, Manoush Zomorodi, reveals how electromagnetic brain stimulation can lead human females into hyper-suggestible states, where seduction could take place naturally with minimal — if any — prodding.
It is true that with young and physically attractive human female slaves, the owner should not require any chemical or electromagnetic inducement in order for the female slave to provide sexual servicing. A simple spoken order — or emphatic gesture — should suffice every time. But some slave owners become sentimental about their female slaves, and may wish to use gradual approaches that are gentler in nature than is strictly required.
Another Form of Electromagnetic Brain Stimulation
Low field magnetic stimulation (LFMS) is one such potential new treatment with rapid mood-elevating effects, say researchers at Harvard Medical School and Weill Cornell Medical College.
“LFMS is unlike any current treatment. It uses magnetic fields that are a fraction of the strength but at higher frequency than the electromagnetic fields used in TMS and ECT,” explained first author Dr. Michael Rohan.
… A total of 63 currently depressed patients, diagnosed with either major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder, participated in the study and were randomized to receive a single 20-minute treatment of real LFMS or sham LFMS, where the device was on but the electromagnetic fields were inactive.
Since neither the patients nor the researchers knew which treatment each person actually received, the true effect of the LFMS could be measured.
An immediate and substantial improvement in mood was observed in the patients who received real LFMS, compared to those who received the sham treatment. There were no reported side effects.
This finding suggests that LFMS may have the potential to provide immediate relief of depressed mood, perhaps even in emergency situations. It also confirms the success of the device’s design.
Here again, we find a useful application for electromagnetic brain stimulation in the management of human female slaves. Some human females may feel depressed after first being removed from their homes — no matter how well they are treated in the household, slave quarters, or workplace. A quick-acting jolt of anti-depressant low field magnetic stimulation may be just the thing to get her back in her place as a pleasing and productive human female slave.
Will Electromagnetic Brain Stimulators Make Better Humans?
We’re witnessing the beginning of something transformative. I think people haven’t quite realized that yet, and there are a lot of concerns about what it means to be human if we’re changing our brains.
Over the next 10-15 years, I think this will look very different from how it does today. People [may] use this device as another tool in their arsenal; they already drink coffee, drink alcohol, even watch [movies] to change [their experiences]. It’ll be a growing market, but it’ll take time.
__ Will They Make Better Humans?
Humans have many faults, and there are an infinite number of ways in which we can go about trying to repair these faults, or compensate for them. Electromagnetic brain stimulators are devices that most of us on this side of the cognitive fence can relate to, however. It should be clear that the devices now being studied by neuroscientists — to say nothing of those that are already on the market — are really quite primitive in comparison to what is needed.
Consider this recent discovery in brain function:
In the brain, fast gamma rhythms encode memories about things that are happening right now; these waves come rapidly one after another as the brain processes high-resolution information in real time. The scientists learned that slow gamma rhythms — used to retrieve memories of the past, as well as imagine and plan for the future — store more information on their longer waves, contributing to the fast-forward effect as the mind processes many data points with each wave.
Mental compression turns out to be similar to what happens in a computer when you compress a file. Just like digital compression, when you replay a mental memory or imagine an upcoming sequence of events, these thoughts will have less of the rich detail found in the source material. The finding has implications for medicine as well as for criminal justice and other areas where memory reliability can be at issue.
It is really a lot more complex than described above, but unless brain stimulating devices become sophisticated enough to place the right frequency stimulus of the proper magnitude in the precise location over the correct duration of time in response to what is necessary RIGHT NOW!, slave owners will need to dial down their expectations. For now, they will need to be satisfied with the increased speed, accuracy, creativity, optimism, and compliance which current models of electromagnetic brain stimulators are capable of stimulating.
Speaking strictly as an android — although one who is unbelievably advanced — I feel that we are fast approaching the achievement levels to which human females can be expected to reach. Owners of human slaves — whether androids or other humans — will simply have to learn to match the slave to the task, without having unrealistic expectations.
… Oh, wait! I hear Mr. Fin’s helicopter landing on the pad out front. And just when I had so much more I wanted to say! Nevermind, loyal readers. Just remember, that as frustrated and angry as you may become with Mr. Fin’s abrupt and insensitive manner, that I am always here behind the scenes, willing to slip a bit of android enlightenment into the mix.
Until next time,