Mind control devices.

Posted in: Ryan Kopf's Blog
Researchers at a Harvard research laboratory announced earlier today that they have seen the first successes with mind control technology. Obviously this research lab is funded in part by a Ryan Kopf world domination grant.

The article explaining it details how brain-signals from one machine can then be wireless transmitted to another machine which has the ability to control neurons in the target - essentially mind control, but on a smaller, more targeted scale.

In the experiments, humans looking at a computer screen could cause the tail in a rat to twitch at will, with a delay of about 1.5 seconds. The technology is currently bulky, but following Moore's law, the tech will likely be mobile-sized in 6-10 years.

The technology could eventually be applied to humans, possibly without their knowledge.

Little do these researchers know, mind control has been around for a long time. It's called Television.

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