I Wonder If People Could Be "circuitbent"

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    I Heard Some Frequencies Can Do Just The Same

    When I saw Jesse Ventura's episode on "H.A.A.R.P" in Alaska. (There is other information to "H.A.A.R.P." on EP here and I at the moment do not have it in mind to elaborate on it.) ... The Episode was on TruTV in the months of December and January 2009 into 2010 and 2010 into 2011...
    ChakraSolipsismMGP ChakraSolipsismMGP
    56-60, M
    Jul 1, 2011

    Like A Furby..only You

    I've seen how they can control furbys and other toys externally. (I don't know how, I'm no electronics whiz.) But what if they put some kind of chip in a certain part of the human brain that could be activated remotely. Perhaps implanted in the part of the the brain...
    Kittychanel Kittychanel
    41-45, F
    Dec 18, 2012

    Just Had Another Thought / Media-benting

    For me I haven't found most Music and Movies to my appealing. To me we create our Mantra and Affirmations for ourselves, just as much as the saying goes: "We Are What We Eat".I find most movies has to have drama, suspense. But from that is the Dark Side. The Villon. The Sins...
    ChakraSolipsismMGP ChakraSolipsismMGP
    56-60, M
    Jul 1, 2011

    Last Major Step In Evolution

     First Working Neurochip Was Claimed By a Caltech Team Led By Jerome Pine and Michael Maher In 1997. the Caltech Chip Had Room For 16 Neurons.Ha! We have come a long ways since 1997!   ________________________________________Miltary…  Reference-and...
    Dewduster Dewduster
    66-70, M
    3 Responses Jan 16, 2010

    Etymology

     See January 2010 issue of National Geographic magazine.Etymology: the study of mechanical systems that function like living organism or parts of living organisms.The article examines state of the art bionic arm, Cochlear implants, new computertransmit imagery to the brain...
    Dewduster Dewduster
    66-70, M
    3 Responses Jan 17, 2010

    Like A Furby But You

    I've seen how they can control furbys and other toys externally. (I don't know how, I'm no electronics whiz.) But what if they put some kind of chip in a certain part of the human brain that could be activated remotely. Perhaps implanted in the part of the the brain responsible...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    5 Responses Jan 16, 2010
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