Brain Pacemakers

Justus Verhagen justus.verhagen at psy.ox.ac.uk
Mon Sep 3 12:15:13 EST 2001


Interesting stuff!! Wow!

Their website is awfully boring though...presented like reading
patents....



On Sat, 1 Sep 2001 18:40:34 -0700, "Lars" <lars121 at pacbell.net> wrote:

>Brain Pacemakers? I've never heard that term before, however there is
>legitimate research and development of a "neural prosthetic". The Neural
>Prosthesis Program (NPP) of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders
>and Stroke is an NIH funded program to develop an implantable, wireless,
>system for stimulation of the cerebral cortex to control seizures and even
>function as a visual prosthetic.
>
>"Liar42" <liar42 at aol.com> wrote in message
>news:20010828054241.25654.00001087 at mb-cm.aol.com...
>> >obsessive-compulsive disorder;
>>
>> Are you nuts?
>>
>> So you try to disturb internal energy balances while calling orders
>disorders,
>> meanwhile not caring what are source sectors and why things are the way
>they
>> are, and if there are relevant functions to that, and rather mess around
>with
>> artificially generated energies in natural brain energy harmonies.
>>
>
>




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