February 10, 2010 at 8:22 pm #33270
Seriously, you can move objects with your mind with
this device. Unbelievable. This could revolutionize
the world!!! Discuss.
StevenFebruary 11, 2010 at 12:15 pm #33271
Looks like more of the same, just another level of it. Bio tech is where it is at.February 11, 2010 at 6:46 pm #33273
More of the same?
I didn’t know you were telekinetic already 🙂
Moving and controlling objects in the physical
world with your mind, if developed, could really
change society. Suddenly the TV show Heroes,
your movie Sphere, etc. become possible scenarios.
Internalized mind/spirit power as in through
neigong is one thing; externalized mind/spirit
power could be a game-changer.March 5, 2010 at 1:59 pm #33275
You are jumping to conclusions. This device links your brains waves to a computer. Then that computer controls something. It only shows that we know how to read brain waves and distinguish certain states that can be used to trigger something.
That is not at all like moving an object with your mind.
It is a computer linked remote control. Nothing else.
But it is cool.March 5, 2010 at 4:45 pm #33277
A physical force is manifested as a result of pure thinking
and no application of physical force on my part . . .
seems like that qualifies as telekinesis to me.
If you restrict yourself to induced motion only due to
non-scientific means, I concede . . . BUT it is a gray area.
Suppose the machine reading the brain waves becomes more
advanced and becomes wireless (i.e. you don’t need to wear a
headset), then does it count? Suppose the object itself
has such wireless receivers built-into the object along
with activated anima-tronics, then does it count? Suppose
the technology proliferates and it becomes standard procedure
to embed such technology into all common household items, etc.
My point is that this becomes a gray area through further development.
Centuries ago, the idea of talking into a handheld device that
is not connected to anything, and being able to communicate with
someone else possibly thousands of miles away (i.e. cell phone)
would be labeled as “magic”. Now it is “science”.
And I find it interesting that such things can change over time . . .
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