Mind control device available for only $299

There's a new product called Thync, which is a patch that you can put on someone's forehead that will control his mind.

A newly-released headset hopes to wake people up or calm them down by manipulating the electricity  in their brain.

Thync costs $299 and has just been released to the public. It provides “calm or energy on demand”, the company  says, by using “neurosignalling” to activate nerves and change people’s state of mind.

The Thync looks like a small, white plastic triangle that is placed on the forehead. Its then fed with “Vibes” — specially-formulated zaps that either wake people up or calm them down.

The whole thing is controlled by phones . The zapping lasts an hour but the effects can go on for long after that, the company claims.

Unfortunately, the Thync is powered by a battery that must be charged.  That means while you're controlling someone's mind you're also contributing to global warming.  To be truly socially responsible, they really should develop a product that comes with solar panels you can put on top of your head to power the device.

The device works by giving off a tingling sensation in your scalp, and then, from what I expect, the placebo and suggestion effects take over.  You know something is being done to you, because you feel tingling, and you are told you will feel calm or energized, and, because you expect to, you do.  It's a self-fulfilling prophecy.

But there are much better forms of mind control than the Thync.  One is called the Liberal Media.  The Liberal Media can control your mind and make you think the weather is unusually hot, even when it's not.  That's called global warming.  It can make you think the weather is unusually cold even if it is not unusually cold.  That's called global cooling, and in the 1970s we were all told it would happen.  The Liberal Media can make you think that big government is benevolent, while big business, which produces products and services, is evil.  The Liberal Media can also brainwash people into trying homosexuality, through its unceasing promotion of it.

All that's necessary is control over most television news stations, most newspapers, the movie studios, the book publishing houses, and of course the schools.  Working together, they can play variations on the same messages, over and over, until people are brainwashed to believe whatever they want them to.

So why pay $299 for Thync when you can turn on TV or read the news online for free, and feel whatever – anger, guilt, fear, or envy – you are told to feel?

This article was produced by NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.

There's a new product called Thync, which is a patch that you can put on someone's forehead that will control his mind.

A newly-released headset hopes to wake people up or calm them down by manipulating the electricity  in their brain.

Thync costs $299 and has just been released to the public. It provides “calm or energy on demand”, the company  says, by using “neurosignalling” to activate nerves and change people’s state of mind.

The Thync looks like a small, white plastic triangle that is placed on the forehead. Its then fed with “Vibes” — specially-formulated zaps that either wake people up or calm them down.

The whole thing is controlled by phones . The zapping lasts an hour but the effects can go on for long after that, the company claims.

Unfortunately, the Thync is powered by a battery that must be charged.  That means while you're controlling someone's mind you're also contributing to global warming.  To be truly socially responsible, they really should develop a product that comes with solar panels you can put on top of your head to power the device.

The device works by giving off a tingling sensation in your scalp, and then, from what I expect, the placebo and suggestion effects take over.  You know something is being done to you, because you feel tingling, and you are told you will feel calm or energized, and, because you expect to, you do.  It's a self-fulfilling prophecy.

But there are much better forms of mind control than the Thync.  One is called the Liberal Media.  The Liberal Media can control your mind and make you think the weather is unusually hot, even when it's not.  That's called global warming.  It can make you think the weather is unusually cold even if it is not unusually cold.  That's called global cooling, and in the 1970s we were all told it would happen.  The Liberal Media can make you think that big government is benevolent, while big business, which produces products and services, is evil.  The Liberal Media can also brainwash people into trying homosexuality, through its unceasing promotion of it.

All that's necessary is control over most television news stations, most newspapers, the movie studios, the book publishing houses, and of course the schools.  Working together, they can play variations on the same messages, over and over, until people are brainwashed to believe whatever they want them to.

So why pay $299 for Thync when you can turn on TV or read the news online for free, and feel whatever – anger, guilt, fear, or envy – you are told to feel?

This article was produced by NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.