The Inconsistency

The torture sounds intense right? Because it’s torture. Because you can’t escape it. Because no on is trying to stop it. Well have you wondered how victims manage to bear it all by themself? It’s because the torture technologies are flawed and the torture shows these flaws in the torture victims are receiving.

The torture technologies aren’t weapons. They are a glorified virtual reality system and an anomaly. Two technologies are communications systems, the visual and audio. One of the technologies is a touch technology which can only create false signals of being touched when used on the human body. The fourth, final and rarely used in full technology can control a human body through the muscles. Still they’re not weapons. And the torture done shows us why.

All of the technologies have flaws. But none as powerful as the torture group’s misuse of them. No not as weapons, as badly implemented tools. They couldn’t organise the technologies into the form they use them as and find the way to overcome their inherent problems. They instead tried to work with the flaws. Which makes the torture erratic.

The biggest flaw of the torture group’s technological tools is in the reliance on the weak sensation technology as the main weapon. It runs intermittently. It flickers on and off. It can’t be used in one location on the victim’s body for more than a few seconds before it has to move. Something about the technology or the machinery is weak.

With problems within with their torture process and problems with what tools they’re using its no wonder the torture can’t achieve anything. Of course people think the torture isn’t real. They can’t see how its affecting anything.

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