Image via: University of Washington

Science! It Can Hack Your Brain!

on Thursday, Aug. 29th

Researchers at the University of Washington have demonstrated the ability to create direct brain to brain communication.

The video by itself is a little nondescript, so here's what's going on: one guy is thinking about pushing a button and the other guy is doing the actual button pushing.

Now I'm off to go dust off a bunch of film pitches I wrote up years ago and filed away under "too far fetched."

via: BoingBoing

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