As so many people do, they fall asleep in front of the television. Some even choose to sleep with the boob tube on all night.
Dedicated nocturnal viewers say they need the tv on in order to sleep.
But nighttime listening can negatively influence behavioral patterns.
"External noises disrupt natural REM cycles," stresses Mind Control researcher SkewsMe, "from incoming text messages to alarm clocks."
"Occasionally television programming invades rememberable dreams. Acceptance of the commercial product within the context of a dream realm may hold no ground in conscious rational thought."
After World War Two, American and imported Nazi Project Paperclip scientists experimented with hypnopaedia, that is the repeating of phrases during sleep to alter human behavior.
The term coined by Aldous Huxley in his Brave New World describes experiments helping subjects to learn languages and break bad habits.
The founder of both the World and American Psychiatric Associations, CIA Mind Control psychiatrist Dr Donald Ewen Cameron used "the Cerebrophone, renamed the Dormaphone, as part of a technique he called 'psychic driving,' according to the Guardian Unlimited.
"Cameron, notorious for his cold and often unethical approach, became a key figure in the CIA's MK-Ultra investigation into brainwashing and mind control, where psychic driving was used to 'reprogramme' subjects."
"If subconscious reprogramming of sleeping minds isn't enough," says SkewsMe, "but some unwitting listeners insist on subjecting their apartment neighbors to their drone."
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