Q: Ok so I have a question about my ex and my sister and brother and my ex's son stalking me with a illegal neural network.
They have it connected with a crystal radio and a loop antenna that is special order for my brainwave , they got is connected with no wires because they got a single acquisition with a microcontroller and have a signal amplifier and stabilizer, you can train a p300 with only one electrode, they use their antenna as this electrode, and they put it through several algorithms for a bci , like stroke patients and brain injury patients, they use these apps to help ppl but they have been using them to hurt me and sleep deprive me , they can talk to me through the p300 like for people in a coma that are locked in , I know where they all live and they hide and sneak around and get in different cars to hide where they are at , but a private investigator would be able to tell , I was wondering if there is any way of tracking them or maybe a parabolic mic and some hacking will prove it is on their phones and computers
A: I suggest meeting with a licensed mental health counselor of your choice to discuss your recent observations at the very least.
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