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The article Mind Control with Electromagnetic Frequency by Soleilmavis Liu claims:

It can be seen that mind control weapons are well developed and they are being used secretly to torture and harass innocent citizens.

The article details several examples, including Nazi wonder drugs, Mk-ultra, implantable nanotechnologies, neuro-electric voice to skull technologies, satellites that can read minds and ultrasound manipulation of brain waves.

Do weapons that control the minds of others exist?

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    This feels like an unfalsifiable claim, especially given how hard it is to prove a negative. If someone were to say "No", what's to stop you from just dismissing them with, "Well, the government/the Jews/the Illuminati/Bill Gates/whoever is using mind control on you to make you blind to the truth!", regardless of how compelling their evidence might be?
    – F1Krazy
    Jan 16 at 14:11
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    Unless I'm mistaken, MK-ultra was openly admitted as having happened. Do you want to pick a particular example of one (presumably not that one) for us to test and give the claim as it specifically relates. Jan 16 at 14:55
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    I think the question should focus on one example, and then potentially cover the others in other questions. The more specific, the better. For example, we already have a question debunking a specific MKUltra conspiracy theory
    – Laurel
    Jan 16 at 15:44
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    This could also be a straightforward yes - propaganda, military deceptions etc are all designed to make your enemy think something and are common in any conflict and the former also outside conflicts. Are these weapons that control the minds of others? Maybe, it depends on definition. So it would be better to have a more specific question.
    – Jack B
    Jan 17 at 13:37
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    Maybe a corollary question - does a weapon have to work to exist? I would say dowsing rods exist, but they don't work.
    – CJR
    Jan 17 at 18:27

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