Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Using Technology For Artificial (Synthetic) Telepathy

RFID Chip compared to grain of rice
Whilst true genuine telepathic ability is currently seen as nothing more than pseudoscience by the mainstream scientific community, the possibility of "artificial" telepathy has already been scientifically proven.

DARPA had actually began testing such technology, which has become known as synthetic telepathy using Direct Neural Interface (DNI) devices, as early as the 1970's. According to Wikipedia, such technology creates a " direct communication pathway between the brain and an external device."

Such devices are often used to assist or repair cognitive functioning and sensory-motor functions. During experiments people were able to control the mouse cursor on a computer screen simply by thinking about it and without having to move a muscle. In other words, the technology, which had been integrated with the patient's brain, was reading his thoughts then decoding and transmitting the data to the computer.

RFID chips, many of which are manufactured by a company called Alien Technology, allow this data to be sent wirelessly to other devices capable of transmitting and receiving data in the same way and anyone with the technology installed would be able to share thoughts between each other.

This means that it has already been proven that we are capable of communicating telepathically by integrating technology with our brains - i.e. artificial (or synthetic) telepathy.

[ Image: Light Warrior - Public Domain - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File%3AMicrochip_rfid_rice.jpg ]

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