wanna watch my thoughts? ; ) (in Off-topic)

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] November 28 2009 11:06 PM EST


QBOddBird November 28 2009 11:12 PM EST

that's crazy.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] November 29 2009 12:28 PM EST

I'll be all over this the second the peer review is over. I want it now!

kevlar November 29 2009 12:34 PM EST

pretty cool stuff

Lochnivar November 29 2009 12:37 PM EST

I don't like this.... dreams should be like a Vegas weekend:
You know your dream was awesome but can't recall details (just like Vegas!)

Video evidence could ruin this image, or get you in trouble (just like Vegas again!!)

therefore, reading (and recording) thoughts is counter productive!

Peer review that!

(let's be honest though, this is crazy-cool stuff)

QBRanger November 29 2009 12:43 PM EST

In time there will be drugs one can administer to enhance the memory reliving process.

They are already in development.

Right now we have prosthetic limbs that "read" the users nerves to move.

Science is moving very fast and the world 20 years from now will not be the same.

But, there are some things that I would not want anyone to be able to extract from my brain. Mostly during college/medical school years.

The statute of limitations has not yet expired :)

Lochnivar November 29 2009 12:47 PM EST

+2 Ranger.... lol

I forgot all about that statute of limitations issue...

/me goes all Luddite on the brain readers.

kevlar November 29 2009 12:49 PM EST

"Right now we have prosthetic limbs that "read" the users nerves to move."

I saw a show about this, was absolutely fascinating.

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] November 29 2009 6:23 PM EST


The most fascinating was the geezer who has wired up a curcuit to his own nervous system, that wirelessly operates a prostectic hand.

Nah, we're getting into hacking wireless connections, wireless organs and 'Ghost Hacking'.

I hope to se it before I die! My Cyberpunk fantasies made flesh! (or rather metal!)

Dad watched a program a little while ago that wired a test subject up to some kind of nerual monitoring, and gave him the option to press either a 'left' or 'right' button, at random.

The controller sittign in a seperate room "guessed" his choices with 100% accuray 6 seconds before each choice was made. The study was to how there was an area of the brain that processed the random choice, and they could monitor the choice made seconds before you actually made it.

Very interesting.

I doubt it will be long now before we are able to copy memories, and then view/tranpose them.

Then we're into 'strange days' territoy, and ultimately immortality by transfering your memoris into a cloned body.

At least hopefully I'l be able to get myself downloaded into the internet before I die.

Then they better make some awesome MMO's I could lay without a meat body. ;)

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] November 29 2009 6:28 PM EST

"Then they better make some awesome MMO's I could lay without a meat body."

i think someone forgot to p! woot! ; )

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] November 29 2009 6:38 PM EST


Quite Freudian though. ;)

Play, lay. It's all good! ;)

AdminNightStrike November 29 2009 7:33 PM EST

Oh my.
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