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Should we release potentially dangerous code?

With the discovery of a simple code that unlocks, and locks, any past or present memory, voluntarily or covertly, one question is; should we treat the masses for 'Memory Trauma'? A 'Memory Trauma' is any event situation and/or circumstance that is outside the scope of our usual life experiences.  These types of 'Memory Trauma' can lead to depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal ideation.
And, should this code be open source?

Mind you, this information is extremely powerful to anyone wanting to change the decision making process in individuals, small groups, communities, nations and globally.  Delivery systems are simple; print, radio, TV and internet.

Once a memory hierarchy has been altered, in a process called 'back end unloading', it will not go back to its originally formed structure. The code can also be used to form strong hierarchical memories in the process called 'front end loading'. 'Front End' or 'Back End' loading changes a persons decision making, which can create predictability outcomes, when they're designed properly.  With either, 'Front End' or 'Back End', memory manipulations can not be detected with advanced covert delivery utilizing the code discovered by noted scientist Matthew D Dovel.  

Quite the dilemma if agenda driven people in political parties, radical groups, religious leaders and the just plain greedy were to gain control of this code?

This is a sample 'Memory Bomb' that can alter a belief.
(Warning; do not look at this photo unless you are willing to have 'Memories Altered')


Contact Information:
Matthew D Dovel
Nu-Rekall.com
A new industry: Mind Science Technologies
702 743 4340
MDD@nu-rekall.com

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What would you do? Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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