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(Cosmos Magazine)   Advances in neuroscience may help us weaponize the brain. Allons-y   (cosmosmagazine.com) divider line 3
    More: Cool, Neuroscience, military base, Journal of Neuroscience, military organisations, Rand Corporation, Queen Mary, imaging science, UC Santa Barbara  
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2013-01-22 11:12:18 AM  
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wildcardjack: Remember that any modifications made to a soldier have to carry over to their civilian life. Making unstoppable superweapons who can set fire to people with their mind is not going to be popular with the media when they catch on the only use for them is as one way suicide troops.


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"Sgt. Todd... what's it like? What's it like being a soldier? What do you think about?"
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2013-01-22 10:49:17 AM  
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Just imagine it.. you're an enemy soldier, approaching a position.. you've got the infidel pinned down, and it's only a matter of minutes until your glorious jihad overruns them.

Then suddenly, you take a fully weaponized brain in the face. SPLAT.

Battle over. Game, set, match AMERICA!
2013-01-22 09:47:21 AM  
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