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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015

The Future: Telepathy via Gadgetry

In the future, we will be able to read each other's minds. It will be like making and receiving a phone call. At first, this technology will be very simple and only allow a limited vocabulary, and it requires no implants or surgery, just some electrodes placed on the head, perhaps in a hood or even a baseball cap, connected to a mobile phone.

"The Future of Telepathy" by Vexen Crabtree (2007), is my rewrite of what I wrote 1999 describing how, via, computers, Human brains could learn to communicate directly with each other. I no longer think this possible through natural means, but, with the aid of little on-the-scalp detectors or surgery, it will still be possible. You'll just need to plug yourself into your mobile, or something.

I will be adding more to this page later; in particular some notes from my neurology books on EEGs and brain activation patterns.

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I still remember some furs telling me that my physical presence was altering their feelings and emotions when I sat next to them..yay for the Dark Phoenix force..I guess~ :/

Mind Reading

You really believe this junk??? You cannot believe in a creator God, but you can believe you will be able to read someone else's mind??? Why would you want to be able to do such a thing in the first place?? People would want to kill each other because of what they are thinking. Remember man is completely depraved. Why would you want to know anyone's depraved thoughts? However, there is someone who DOES KNOW your EVERY thought, depraved or not. That would be God and you can't hide from Him, nor can you hide your thoughts from Him. There's something you should chew on for a while.

Er, you really didn't actually read the article did you?

The mind-reading I'm talking about is only as intrusive as they way a bionic prosthetic arm "reads" what its owner wants it to do.

I have no idea why this idea for the implementation of technology resulted in you ranting about God. Save it for church, dude.

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