Mind Control Is a Terrible Thing to Waste

As the cold war defrosts, Americans and Russians are discovering common interests: rock music, fast food and . . . MIND-CONTROL TECHNOLOGY. Former KGB General George Kotov has told American visitors about Russian research into "acoustic psycho-correction." The process involves transmitting commands into the subconscious through static or white-noise bands. The U.S. Army says it's "looking into" these reports.


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