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Scientist Claims to Have Performed Brain Surgery on Himself in His Living Room


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A controversial Russian scientist claims to have implanted an electrode into his brain to control his dreams by performing brain surgery on himself, in the comfort of his living room.

Michael Raduga, a Russian researcher with no neurosurgery qualifications whatsoever, reportedly lost more than a ‘liter of blood’ while performing brain surgery on himself in his home in Kazahstan, in order to implant an electrode that one day has the potential to control lucid dreams. 

 

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In Mother Russia... Brain Surgery's YOU!

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I thought there are already technics existent, to induce Lucid dreaming 

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"Scientist Claims to Have Performed Brain Surgery on Himself in His Living Room"

He discovered his upper room was empty.

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