Method to maintain peace through electromagnetic energy targeted to the brain

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World peace and resolution of conflicts depends upon methods to deter use of weapons of mass destruction. Negotiations are the primary method to resolve conflicts. Pain, especially non-tissue sources of pain, is ubiquitous in the minds of humans and is an impediment to successful conflict resolution. It is proposed that leaders who are at peace with themselves are more likely to negotiate win-win resolutions of conflicts. When negotiations fail and deployment of weapons of mass destruction by a country is imminent, targeting the brain of its leaders to change their intentions may be reasonable and necessary. Concentrated extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic waves can penetrate the cranium in the most conductive portion of the skull, the pterion-temporal lobe intersection, and produce effects in the anterior temporal lobe that contains the amygdala. Remote stimulation of the temporal lobe may cause lethal or incapacitating seizures. Stimulation of the amygdala produces fear in a high percentage of humans and in some instances respiratory depression. Using the Belousov-Zhabotinsky (B-Z) reaction as a model of brain activity, an early prototype of this weapon was developed. In order to prevent another arms race this technology should be assigned to the United Nations.