Scientists, even the great ones at MIT are now poking their greasy mechanic’s fingers through the Matrix into our very souls.
Memory today; who knows what tomorrow.
In a set of experiments carried out on mutant mice designed to have light-sensitive neurons, scientists at MIT were able to re-trigger a memory they’d previously created, by shooting a mouse’s brain with a carefully-aimed LAZOR.
Under these circumstances, the animal behaved as if it were Remembering the fear-condition they’d created earlier when they shocked it.
-What is it with those head-shrinkers btw, always electro-shocking other people; hrm…
It’s a long way off, but this is clearly a big step in scientists having a near mechanic’s-level knowledge of our most private inner-workings; bad diagnoses of expensive high-labor stealership parts like $300 coil-packs included.
-Not that breeding mutant humans with glow-in-the-dark brains is right around the corner, either.
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Photo Credits: “Diesel Mechanic”, by Hector Landaeta
• via: MITNews