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Scientists create 'sixth sense' brain implant
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 904314:MV8yMTQzMDE2XzM2MTkxOTgxX0NGNTVFQjND] [quote:Anonymous Coward 34230921:MV8yMTQzMDE2XzM2MTkxOTIwXzQyQkQzMzIw] Freak? Normal? You already judge by looks. I don't know about you but i worry about having something inside my body which wasn't originally part of me from birth. [/quote] Right, well you enjoy looking like a cyborg from a cheap 1980's flic, while everyone else just looks human! And btw.. not one single atom in your body remains from when you were born, you're completely made up of stuff which weren't originally part of you. Everything you've learned is also not originally part of you. Everything you eat and drink. The clothing you wear, all that hair, etc, etc [/quote]
Scientists have created a "sixth sense" by creating a brain implant through which infrared light can be detected.
Although the light could not be seen lab rats were able to detect it via electrodes in the part of the brain responsible for their sense of touch.
Similar devices have previously been used to make up for lost capabilities, for example giving paralysed patients the ability to move a cursor around the screen with their thoughts.
link to www.telegraph.co.uk
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