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Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could make it mandatory for members of Congress and civil servants to wear a device like this? Talk about accountability!

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Source: US Intel Agency Funding Research Into Wildly Accurate Mind Reading Technology

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  • If they are guessing, they can’t know about accuracy.
    Content can’t be extrapolated from brain waves.

  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    “….accurately GUESS what you are thinking”……Soo, at least they admit it is premature to announce, and most likely PURE BULLSHIT. Look, the subjects of ESP/telepathy/telekinesis, etc. are older than Hitlery’s favorite unwashed grannypanties in Sci-Fi circles. One of the most compelling arguments against the very possibility of telepathy is this: Just HOW does one filter out the ungodly amount of white noise, in this case being the constant drone of random thoughts of everyone else that is not telepathic, on the planet?? The idea is that telepaths would have to learn out of necessity (to maintain their sanity) to put up a wall around their own thoughts to protect them from ESPrying, but non-telepaths would naturally remain blissfully unaware that they are broadcasting their every thought, no matter how miniscule, like a 500kw Mexican Radio station at midnight, just on a very different frequency, naturally. Writers like A.E. Van Vogt explored and extrapolated these very ideas in many stories&novels in the FORTIES. And I believe ”Slan”, his tour-de-force novel of telepathic ‘mutants’ that suggested several possibilities like these and more, came out in the 30s! Yes Virginia, there might be a Sanity Clause, but there ain’t nothin’ THAT new under THIS sun……

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Many non-telepaths broadcast wildly. Luckily, there are also many who are so headblind that they can’t broadcast either.

      Telepaths do have to learn to raise shields (or, in my case, wear shielded jewelry – because my natural shields suck).

      That’s why I can’t go shopping during Christmas Season – the barrage of thoughts from the Servants of Mammon, “Stuff! Gotta get more stuff! NEDE MOAR STUFF!” makes my head hurt.

      The Wizard in Spite of Himself, a book (and the name of the series) by Christopher Stasheff has an interesting take on telepaths. . .

      • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

        Wow! I’d completely forgotten about that book! But, it’s “The WARLOCK In Spite…….”, innit? I heard about it as a teen when I was heavy into pulp-fiction monthly mags like ‘Galaxy’, ‘Worlds Of If’, ‘Analog’/’Astounding’, etc. One of those mags did a book review of it when it was new, prob’ly around ’70/’71 or so. It struck me as a ‘must read’ then; can’t for the life of me think of why I never did. Thanx mon! I gotta find a copy of that sucker……That said, I wish I still had some of those pulps around today; $ome of ’em are worth big worthle$$ $crip……

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          Yup, Warlock.

          I read so many books that it gets hard to keep track of them, sometimes.
          There are days, when I have nothing better to do, that I’ll read 2 paperback novels – at 50-70 pages an hour, it doesn’t take long.
          Read both hardcover volumes of Shogun in a day-and-a-half with nothing but bathroom breaks.

          I remember hearing about the Evelyn Wood Speed Reading Course, and wondered if anyone would ever come up with a way to help me read slower. Still haven’t found a way. . .