Seeking info on human brain wave patterns ( EEG )

Ron Blue rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Thu Jan 4 21:43:00 EST 1996


On Thu, 28 Dec 1995, JOHN PARRISH THOMPSON wrote:
>>>>CUT>>>
>     My central question revolves around whether it is possible with 
> todays technology for a trained neurobiologist or neuropsychologist to 
> examine an electroencephalagram of the above listed subjects and 
> determine from the patterns only if the subject is human?  For example, 
> is to possible to look only at the EEG of a human fetus and conclusively 
> differentiate it from that of a chimpanzee?  Or say the EEG of a comatose 
> human opposed to that of a chimpanzee?
>>>>CUT>>
I have had discussions with a specialist in EEG that help developed
weapons systems guided by thought.  He said the system was 100%
reliable.  This suggest to me that the answer to your question is
in the affirmative.  Ron Blue




More information about the Neur-sci mailing list