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Human mind control experiment a success


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Researchers at the University of Washington have built a working human-to-human mind control system.

Previous mind control research has enabled brain-to-brain communication between rats but it is believed that this is the first time such a system has been successful with human subjects. The remarkable experiment was conducted by Rajesh Rao and Andrea Stocco who captured the whole thing on video.

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Posted (IP: Staff) ·

It's not a case of laziness, imagine the potential of this type of technology for people who are disabled or paralyzed.

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This will probably lead to mental texting, ja?

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Wow. Hopefully, they'll be able to keep politics out of it--and the military.

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the possibilities for this technology are as exciting as they are disturbing to me as it could be used for bad as well as good. I'd definetly like it in my house as maybe I'll finally understand what my wife's wants !

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This ^^ :)

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oh wow like this is going to be used for good

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