In Wetumpka, AL.
The Wayback Machine will show this site is a 14 year investigation of Subliminal Distraction.
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Preventing Subliminal Distraction episodes, mistaken for mental illness, is simple and free.
Copyright 2003 Edit March 29, 2015
Copyright Contact page Demonstration of subliminal sight
If you reached this page from a search engine enter the site here,
or see other cases on the Disappearance and College Suicides pages.
If you clicked a link for the page,
it has not been transferred to the current compact site
The page can be accessed on the Wayback Machine before Oct 2012, here.
The facts of the design of a B52 without ailerons prevented it performing the low level turns attempted.
Previous stunts by the pilot showed he had a serious judgment problem.
Enter the new compact site here.
If this is your first visit, the explanation of the "mental break causing design mistake,"
that has caused problems on space missions, the Mars project,
and on scientific explorations for over a 100 years, begin with the first explanation page,
This explanation is the same given in first semester psychology lectures about,
how peripheral vision reflexes are created.
Other explanation pages are linked and include:
2) Mental Break Discovery 1964 3) Why they happen 4) Drugs 5) Spontaneous Remission
Pages which have examples of the design mistake are:
Home Computer Locations. Site Outline Mass Shootings The Jamison Family Disappearance Joe Morse Georgia Tech suicide
Foxconn-France Telecom suicides QiGong-Kundalini Mental Breaks Connie Tucker hospital record
The College Suicides page has the explanation for Subliminal Distraction caused suicides.
Perform my demonstration of subliminal sight and habituation in peripheral vision here.
The problem explained on this site is the only psychiatric symptom that has ever been correctly evaluated,
then PREVENTED, and without treatment !
But it was done by engineers, not doctors.