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    Re: Brain Scans Reveal What You've Seen

    Think how much porn we could watch if we could scan GeronimusClones's head.



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    Re: Brain Scans Reveal What You've Seen

    Quote Originally Posted by 2020cy View Post
    Think how much porn we could watch if we could scan GeronimusClones's head.
    Luckily, it'd only be the good parts.

    I saw this CNN article yesterday and was quite amazed. Its only a matter of time before the plot from the movie The Sixth Day comes to fruition.



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    Re: Brain Scans Reveal What You've Seen

    Maybe I've watched to many sci-fi films but I see little good and lots of bad coming from something like this. It's like DNA decoding...this and "mind reading" violate the few remaining bastions of privacy we have.


    There was one?

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