Neurochips detect brain's reaction to learning

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  1. Porfiry Nomad Staff Member

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  3. kmguru Staff Member

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    Growing new synapses may be like adding more hard drive space. Sooner or later you may run out of space in the cranium. Then what???

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    What usually occurs is a course of Neural Supressants while your pathways and cells slowly die off.

    The Increased brain power you might consider as some sort of incredible feat, but in snowballs to a form of intellectual insanety where your trying to work out what is going on.

    The spawn of growth makes a person lose some of their older memories, because cells are replaced and memories aren't respawned.

    I would never volunteer for that again. (Because Chlorpromazine causes more than a Neurological waste)
     
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  7. Rick Valued Senior Member

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    I thought memories are never lost.they all are present permanently and can be revived by hypnosis.


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