NSA’S DOMESTIC ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE NETWORK
As of the early 1960s, the most advanced computers in the world were at the NSA, Ft Meade. Research breakthroughs with these computers were kept for the NSA.
At the present time the NSA has nanotechnology computers that are 15 years ahead of present computer technology. The NSA obtains blanket coverage of information in the US by using advanced computers that use artificial intelligence to screen all communications, regardless of medium, for key words that should be brought to the attention of NSA agents/cryptologists.
These computers monitor all communications at the transmitting and receiving ends.
This blanket coverage of the US is a result of the NSA’s Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) mission. The NSA’s electronic surveillance network is based on a cellular arrangement of devices that can monitor the entire EMF (electromagnetic frequency) spectrum.
This equipment was developed, implemented and kept secret in the same manner as other electronic warfare programs.
• Detecting EMF Fields in Humans for Surveillance
A subject’s bioelectric field can be remotely detected, so subjects can be monitored anywhere they are.
With special EMF equipment NSA cryptologists can remotely read evoked potentials (from EEGs). These can be decoded into a person’s brain-states and thoughts. The subject is then perfectly monitored from a distance. NSA personnel can dial up any individual in the country on the Signals Intelligence EMF scanning network and the NSA’s computers will then pinpoint and track that person 24 hours a day.
The NSA can pick out and track anyone in the US.
• Signals Intelligence Remote Computer Tampering
The NSA keeps track of all PCs and other computers sold in the US.
This is an integral part of the Domestic Intelligence network. The NSA’s EMF equipment can tune in RF (remote frequency) emissions from personal computer circuit boards (while filtering out emissions from monitors and power sup- plies).
The RF emission from PC circuit boards contains digital information in the PC. Coded RF waves from the NSA’s equipment can resonate PC circuits and change data in the PCs. Thus the NSA can gain wireless modem-style entry into any computer in the country for surveillance or anti-terrorist electronic warfare.
As members of the Chicago Quantum Exchange, the University of New South Wales and QuTech join the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Northwestern University. The Chicago Quantum Exchange also includes seven industry partners – IBM, Boeing, Applied Materials, Inc., ColdQuanta, Inc., HRL Laboratories LLC, Quantum Opus LLC, and Rigetti Computing.
“The quest to build a quantum computer has always been an international endeavor,” said Michelle Simmons, Laureate Fellow and Director of the Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology