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A Possible Mechanism for Neurophonic Action

The Neurophone is a new electronic invention that may enable us to hear by a completely new information channel to the brain. Ordinary hearing is the result of the stimulation of bones in the inner ear by means of vibration. Sound waves may reach these bones through ear canal via the ear drum, or by bone conduction in which sound waves are conducted to the inner ear vibrations in the crainial bones.

When the sound waves reach the inner ear, a vibration is set up in the cochlea which then converts the waves into nerve inpulses that travel up the 8th Crainial Nerve to the sound recognition centers of the brain.

In 1958, Dr Flanagan, then a child of 14 developed a radio transmitter that made the brain into a radio reciever. This device transmits acoustic information to the brain by means of radio waves into the skin, bypassing the 8th Crainial Nerve. When he applied for a patent on the device, the patent examiner rejected the whole thing saying that such a device would go against all known laws of science. Over the following years, Dr Flanagan fought against insurmontable odds to prove that the device did indeed work. In the meantime, LIFE magazine ran a major article on Flanagan and the Neurophone, naming him as one of the top ten scientists in the US at the age of 17! In a final desperate move Flanagan flew to the patent office with a model of his invention and successfully demonstrated the device on a deaf employee in the patent examiner's office. The deaf man heard music for the first time in 15 years and broke down into tears. The examiner declared that the Neurophone was indeed a basic patentable device and approved the patent for release. Patent # 3,393,279 dated 16 July 1968..........

In the years that Dr Flanagan fought to recieve deserved recognition by the patent office, he grew into manhood and was working on Man- dolphin Communications for the US Navy when the patent was finally issued. While involved in Man-Dolphin research, he became interested in nerve signal information encoding, and began to develop electronic circuits that duplicated the process of pattern recognition observed in the human nervous system. This work led to research in Cryptography. During that period he developed a top secret sound scrambler that was virtually impossible to decode. Part of the scrambler was based on his research into nerve encoding.

Dr Flanagan believed that the pattern of nerve encoding used in the human speech recognition system could be used to make a better Neurophone. He succeeded in perfecting an electronic curcuit that he believes duplicates the precise encoding of the Cochlea and 8th Crainial Nerve. When he applied for a patent on the new circuit, the patent aplication was immediately placed under top secrecy by the National Security Agency. The only explnation given at the time was that the circuit had potential uses in the defense of the country. Dr Flanagan was happy that the government considered that his device could be used in his country's defense. The only problem was that the government wanted the device free, and he spent 14 years on it.

He hired attorneys and challenged the secrecy order for over five years. At the end of that period, the patent was released from secrecy and was approved for issue by the patent office. Patent # 3,647,970 dated 7 Mar 1972.

Dr Flanagan then perfected the circuit for another five years. This circuit recognizes time-relationships in the signal waveform, and generates a square wave that is time encoded. Dr Flanagan believes that the nervous system uses a complex delay line time recognition computational system that recognises time information. (50KHZ square wave pulse width audio modulation with double differentiator output)

In July of 1978, he successfully applied the Time Recognition Processor to his Neurophone. When an audio signal is processed through his circuit, it is converted into a form which he believes is an electronic analog of the nerve signal released from the human cochlea, but with one major difference; in the cochlea hundreds of nerves carry the time-encoded signal to the brain. In the case of the Neurophone, the full signal processing is complete and may be carried to the brain by alternate pathways. Through the skin itself.

In the original Neurophone, a 3000 volt amplitude modulated radio wave carried the signal to a pair of insulated electrodes that were placed on the head of the subject. In the present Neurophone, the voltage has been reduced to a 50 volt (maximum) square wave. This signal is applied to the body by means of ceramic disks. (zirconium titanate) The ceramic disks allow the energy field to affect the skin without a current flow. The small electric field causes the skin to vibrate internally in rhythym with the stimulation. The intra-dermal vibration can be heard by others if they place their own ears near the point of electrode skin contact. The vibration is not powerful enough however, to vibrate the bone below the skin surface.

For the past year, Dr Flanagan has been developing a theory which would explain how the Neurophone actually works in the body. Some mechanism must exist that transmits the information from skin to the brain.

The Neurophone has been out now for nearly five months, and we are starting to get reports back from layman and professional users. The inital results are exciting. Several people have reported that their ability to remember data is increasing. People who could not remember telephone numbers are becoming walking phone books!

The first professional research report has been written by Dr Sheldon Deal, D.C., N.D.; of Tucson, Az. Dr Deal is director of the Swan Clinic, and is current President of the International College of Applied Kinesiology.

Dr Deal's preliminary Neurophone research paper was recently presented at the I.C.A.K. convention in Detroit. With Dr Deal's permission, we are publishing his entire paper in INNERGY NEWS.


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