Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D
January 21, 2016
Ms. M.W. shared this bit of technological news, and I find it so disturbing and rich with “high octane speculative implications” that I have to bring it to your attention; the U.K.’s Daily Mail is reporting a story about a new computer technology that can read the specific brain waves that appear before certain words are even spoken:
Note the statements at the beginning of the article, for they form the basis of my high octane speculations today:
A ‘mind-reading’ device that can decipher words from brainwaves without them being spoken has been developed by Japanese scientists, raising the prospect of ‘telepathic’ communication.
Researchers have found the electrical activity in the brain is the same when words are spoken and when they are left unsaid.