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    Just love how they can watch welding with bare eyes, I can't even look into a fluro without getting flashed!!

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    The brainwave interface is setting off major red flags for me. That is highly suspect. Researchers have been trying to crack that nut for decades. If this guy figured it out he would be insanely rich overnight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nova_robotics View Post
    The brainwave interface is setting off major red flags for me. That is highly suspect. Researchers have been trying to crack that nut for decades. If this guy figured it out he would be insanely rich overnight.
    The biggest problem with the career researchers is is money. As long as the money flows like milk out of a Holstein there is no incentive to actually produce anything.
    remove the teat from the researchers pocket and watch them have a sudden influx of miracle break throughs.
    Cochlear implants to assist the deaf to hear has been around for years. basically all the device is in simple terms is a batch of tiny wires and a tone transmitter connected to the brain the varying tones are interpreted by the brain and with training become understandable sounds.
    Sticky pad sensors of an EKG do the same thing in reverse though non invasive they convert signals from the body into electrical impulses which it turn are converted into readable waves or digits by the computer then displayed on a screen or printed out.
    So no real red flag but amazing perception and intuitive thinking from a person so young with supposedly only high school electronics back ground. But then and again schools in other parts of the world actually do teach things as apposed to the public school system of today in the USA



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