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Scientists Control One Person’s Body With Another Person’s Brain

Sit down for this one. Researchers at the University of Washington have figured out how to send commands from one person's brain to control a different person's muscle movement. In technical terms, it's the world's first noninvasive human to human brain interface. How'd they do it? Vulcan mind meld? Nope, just the regular ol' internet. What the hell? Read More >>