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Message Subject Scientists create 'sixth sense' brain implant
Poster Handle Rinty
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Augmenting an atrophied, decayed species won't save it - but will only more quickly hasten its demise. To the junkyard you go...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34607000


Imagine if you will, such an implant thing becoming sophisticated enough that you can read webpages with it. Imagine if you will, being able to read and post on GLP simply by thinking about it. Being able to send/receive texts just by thinking about it. Being able to store your personal data inside your own head, instead of on some corporate owned cloud or home PC

Being able to access all the knowledge of the world just by thinking about it. Details step by step instructions for anything and everything instantly available to your brain.

That would be a pretty big bootstrap augmentation for many many people!

Well these things have been in sci-fi novels for decades, not much more sinister than the comm-pads that did all this stuff, such as in star trek, which have now come to life in the form of the tablet pc

1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 904314

There have been experiments in Russia using complete darkness. Complete darkness is very hard to obtain. It has there been noticed that all life, from plant to ant, put out light. It was also noticed that if any life form is threatened it puts out more light. It also can quickly learn if the threat is just threat or if there is full intent to harm.

We know. It is more important in learning not to know. We limit what we allow ourselves to know. The best definition of wisdom is the knowledge of what to reveal and what to conceal.

That's a pretty fucking lazy existence.
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