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xx Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Thread started on: Jun 24th, 2015, 11:30am »

People who have been abducted have suffered injury to their parietal lobe of the brain.

Dr. Russo claims proof of this.

http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net/2015/06/what-neurologist-discovered-with-alien-abductions-victims.html
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xx Re: Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Reply #1 on: Jun 24th, 2015, 12:24pm »

JJ Flash posted something similar to this recently in a thread here. I think we can all agree that some abduction experiences are a result of brain problems and or mental instability but are they all due to a medical model?
Or are some truly strange and a result of unknown 'forces'?
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xx Re: Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Reply #2 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 03:22am »

Wu, I suspect Silver is considering the possibility of abduction procedures CAUSING such brainwave abnormalities!

Googled some (here's a readable version of the story), and Russo is not quite unequivocal on whether it's a Parietal Lobe problem causing patients to have abduction-type hallucinations, and brainwave activity normally associated with victims of brain injury. OR the other way round: it's the Alien Abduction messing (for instance due to an alien 'implant') up Parietal Lobe function, resulting in the anomalous, injury related dEEG measurements.

I get an anomalous vibe from this story. Weird to mention dr. Russo's dEEG machine is "worth" $200,000. My fam worked in a hospital where medical devices routinely cost millions apiece. Is this a scam to sell, say... sumtin high-tech electronic (see all the wires coming out?) delivering that surefire proof you yes you've been abducted, offered at a discount price, if you call within 10 minutes, WELL BELOW the $200,000 advertised? Mmmmm.. smiley I want one, always known my parietal lobe is a total clunker!!

But maybe I'm just being paranoid... laugh


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P.S. ...then again, it could be legit, as this article in the Hawaiitribune-Herald seems to suggest. Here dr. Russo more clearly leans toward saying the brain problem is causing 'unwanted transmissions', as experienced by patients, some suffer from headaches too, both of which he treats with medication, although the doctor wishes to 'validate' patients' experiences, rather than judge them.
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xx Re: Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Reply #3 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 10:39am »

on Jun 25th, 2015, 03:22am, purr wrote:
P.S. ...then again, it could be legit, as this article in the Hawaiitribune-Herald seems to suggest. Here dr. Russo more clearly leans toward saying the brain problem is causing 'unwanted transmissions', as experienced by patients, some suffer from headaches too, both of which he treats with medication, although the doctor wishes to 'validate' patients' experiences, rather than judge them.


on Jun 17th, 2015, 8:32pm, jjflash wrote:
I think it worth mentioning that the work Dr. Russo, the neurologist in the article I posted, is conducting is an excellent example of professionally treating the patient rather than conducting advocacy. Remember I cited the work of psychologist Dr. Morgan who warned of the dangers? Well, Russo is treating symptoms that can be observed and measured, with minimal concern of their origin. The content of the stories is beside the point. Rather than advocate for the reality or lack thereof of alien abduction, Russo is practicing medicine, circumstances that are within his field of expertise, as compared to trying to establish the extents of validity of any given person's statements.
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xx Re: Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Reply #4 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 8:20pm »

Going to wikipedia to fiqure this out, the parietal lobe allows you to feel temperature, touch, feel, taste, and perception and cognition.

Damage can also destroy understanding math, a person's writing, drawing, and washing.

Damage to the parietal lobe can cause memory loss, and recall.

This must be why aliens abducting people, go for the parietal lobe, to destroy memory, recall, and cognition.

This is why at first I was shaken with powerful flashbacks for a while.

My brain was trying to reconnect my parietal lobe.

This is just my educated opinion.



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« Reply #5 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 8:45pm »

on Jun 25th, 2015, 8:20pm, ghostofsilver wrote:
Going to wikipedia to fiqure this out, the parietal lobe allows you to feel temperature, touch, feel, taste, and perception and cognition.

Damage can also destroy understanding math, a person's writing, drawing, and washing.

Damage to the parietal lobe can cause memory loss, and recall.

This must be why aliens abducting people, go for the parietal lobe, to destroy memory, recall, and cognition.

This is why at first I was shaken with powerful flashbacks for a while.

My brain was trying to reconnect my parietal lobe.

This is just my educated opinion.


Dunno 'bout all that and if aliens cause such symptoms in human beings, but experiencing emotional trauma certainly does.

on Jun 17th, 2015, 9:24pm, jjflash wrote:
I'm suggesting that a high percentage of self-described alien abductees suffer from untreated emotional trauma which contributes to their confusion about events that did not include extraterrestrials. That does not have to mean that none of the reports are of interest or that all of them have the same explanation, but to fail to acknowledge that witness confusion accounts for a large number of reports is ignoring the reality of the situation, in my confident opinion.

It has been cited in this thread (and readers can certainly conduct research on their own and establish) that studies now show emotional trauma literally alters the physiology of the brain. That can particularly be the case in children.

Key points here, please: Parts of the brain altered and stunted are those that account for such functions as critical thinking, memory and putting events in chronological order. In other words, traumatized individuals may experience a great deal of difficulty identifying details of traumatic events, including when they happened and what happened. It is common that they fail to understand the reasons their narrations may not make sense or even be logistically possible. Fragmented memories are common, as is the misunderstanding that the event is recurring. The extent of trauma is not dependent on the event, but how the event is perceived, and the condition and resulting symptoms are not unusual by any means.


Simple Internet searches using relevant terms provides much more information - and from credible sites.

For example:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3181836/
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xx Re: Dr.Russo claims brain injury in the abducted
« Reply #6 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 10:16pm »

on Jun 25th, 2015, 8:45pm, jjflash wrote:
Dunno 'bout all that and if aliens cause such symptoms in human beings, but experiencing emotional trauma certainly does.



Simple Internet searches using relevant terms provides much more information - and from credible sites.

For example:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3181836/


There ya go again...gettin' all sciency and rational on us.
Ain't gonna earn any friends that way.
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« Reply #7 on: Jun 25th, 2015, 10:47pm »

on Jun 25th, 2015, 10:16pm, drwu23 wrote:
There ya go again...gettin' all sciency and rational on us.
Ain't gonna earn any friends that way.
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True enough, true enough.
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