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Scientists Extract Images Directly From Brain


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Sergio
- 3389 days ago - takefreetime.com
Researchers from Japan's ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories have developed new brain analysis technology that can reconstruct the images inside a person's mind and display them on a computer monitor, it was announced on December 11. According...



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Past Member (0)
Thursday February 12, 2009, 8:50 pm
Well, you see it so amazing that any fool can laugh at it. Do we have any technology to understand what bad effects brain gets from such studies? We are studying as if a God. Our nature is demolishing and we are enjoying our toys-it is such a mockery of human wisdom that we as a human need to be ashamed of it. We have many other ways to analyze the human, if we have no equipment, what are we going to do? The Japan is one of best original thinking country, which surpassed even USA in the entire human race, but now the Japanese Abacus seems a fool's tool. Let us think why. It is not offensive, but defensive for all those, who are undergoing such inhuman experimentations. Thanks!
 

Amena Andersson (187)
Saturday February 14, 2009, 7:23 am
I see all sorts of potentially horrendous possibilities for use by military. And, isn't that,historically, where most advancements go first? Truth machines, weapons for getting info during war, you get my drift. Dear Goddess, is in not bad enough alrteady. We should not be learning this stuff until we have gone through some huge evolutionary change that renders us harmless (and, wise?).
 
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