Hendricus G. Loos

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Hendricus G. Loos
Born 18 December 1925(1925-12-18)
Died 29 January 2017 (91)
Laguna Beach, California
Alma mater Delft University of Technology
Workplace(s) Plasmadyne Corp.; Giannini Scientific Corp.; Douglas Aircraft Co., Advanced Research Labs; Univ. of California (Assoc. Pr., Physics)
Affiliations Laguna Research Laboratory; Cuewave Corporation (2003-2015)

Hendricus Gerardus Loos (December 18, 1925 - January 29, 2017) was a Dutch-born American research physicist and inventor who, beginning in 1999, patented a series of technologies relating to the manipulation of the human nervous system by electro-magnetic means, having formerly worked in industrial and defence research related to plasma technologies.

Selected Patents

  • US5899922A. Manipulation of nervous systems by electric fields. 4 May 1999, filed 14 Nov. 1997. "Apparatus and method for manipulating the nervous system of a subject through afferent nerves, modulated by an externally applied weak electric field. The field frequency is to be chosen such that the modulation causes excitation of a sensory resonance."
  • US6238333B1. Remote magnetic manipulation of nervous systems. 29 May 2001, filed 10 Aug. 1999. "Apparatus and method for remote manipulation of nervous systems by the magnetic dipole field of a rotating bar magnet. Reliance on modulation of spontaneous spiking patterns of sensory nerve receptors, and exploitation of a resonance mechanism of certain neural circuits, allows the use of very weak magnetic fields. This, together with the large magnetic moments that can be obtained with a permanent bar magnet, makes it possible to effectively manipulate the nervous system of a subject over a distance of several hundred meters, using a small portable battery-powered device."
  • US6506148B2. Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors. 14 Jan. 2003, filed 1 June 2001. "Physiological effects have been observed in a human subject in response to stimulation of the skin with weak electromagnetic fields that are pulsed with certain frequencies near ½Hz or 2.4 Hz, such as to excite a sensory resonance. Many computer monitors and TV tubes, when displaying pulsed images, emit pulsed electromagnetic fields of sufficient amplitudes to cause such excitation. It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a nearby computer monitor or TV set."

Selected Bibliography

Scientific Papers

  • Loos, Hendricus G. (Dec. 1958), The "Punch" Method of Compressing, Heating and Confining of a Plasma 
  • Loos, H. G. (Feb. 1959), Some Dynamics Problems of the Pinch Method of Heating and Acceleration of Plasmas 
  • Loos, H. G. (April 1959), "Heating and Confinement of Plasma by a Magnetic Field of External Origin and With a Short Rise Time", Phys. Rev. Ltrs. 2: 282-283 
  • Loos, H. G. (1959), Initial Breakdown Process of Gaseous Conductors  — presented at Second AFOSR Contractors meeting on Ion and Plasma Propulsion, North American Aviation, Inc., Rocketdyne Div., Canoga Park, CA
  • Loos, H. G. (Sep. 1967), "Gauge Field of a Point Charge", Journal of Mathematical Physics 8 (9): 870-877 
  • Loos, H. G. (May 1968), Research Communications No. 97.: Electromagnetic Part of the Free Yang-Mills Field, Huntington Beach, Calif.: Douglas Advanced Research Labs 
  • Loos, H. G. (July 1968), Research Communications No. 98.: Factorizability of Einstein's Field Equations, Huntington Beach, Calif.: Douglas Advanced Research Labs 
  • Loos, Hendricus G. (Dec. 1989), Quadratic Hadamard Memories, Fallbrook, CA: Laguna Research Lab., 
  • Loos, Hendricus G. (July 1990), Quadratic Hadamard Memories II, Fallbrook, CA: Laguna Research Lab.,