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I don't think they would want to read my brain.
if they developed mind reading abilities, I would just think of goatse 24/7 . They would get pwned.
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post #12 of 21
heard about this on tigerdirect.
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PROTIP: Don't use [Digg] as a source. Use the source as a source.
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post #14 of 21
You could totally rick roll someone with your mind. Just think of Rick Astley.
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post #15 of 21
No more of a need for a million dollar movie set, just dream your new action flick for free...
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post #16 of 21
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can i get one machine to record my dream at home? That's pretty cool.
I'd pay top dollar for that.
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post #17 of 21
no no no no on no no. BAD. BAD. VERY VERY BAD.

I can see this used by police officers to determine whether someone is telling the truth or lying, based on "recollection" gathering. Who is to say what is a dream and what is real? Even worse yet... lets say they cam extract image data from your head... who is to say they won't reverse that and put images INTO your head? I can see a lot of messed up people trying to do this.

This is REALLY bad news guys. Leave my head alone, its my last bastion of privacy that I have left in this world and I don't need it to be invaded like everything else.

./sigh
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Solertia View Post
PROTIP: Don't use [Digg] as a source. Use the source as a source.
I put the source address on there as well. The only reason I posted Digg is because Pink Tentacle would have taken up the entire line and nobody would know what PT meant.
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post #19 of 21
1. Repost
2. It's fake



If you had half a brain you'd realize that the two "brain image" N's are exactly alike, it's obviously shopped.
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post #20 of 21
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1. Repost
2. It's fake



If you had half a brain you'd realize that the two "brain image" N's are exactly alike, it's obviously shopped.
Sounds like somebody needs their brain scanned./sarcasm

Well the tech isn't perfect, and we already had the repost notified so chill.

Either way, that tech will be badass!
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