Harvard Researchers on the Road to Achieving Telepathy
A brain-to-brain interface between a human and a rat enables a human to control the rat’s tail simply by thinking.
A brain-to-brain interface between a human and a rat enables a human to control the rat’s tail simply by thinking. Researchers at Harvard University believe this is an important step toward achieving telepathic brain-to-brain interfaces.
So is telepathy actually possible?
Some have proposed the idea of using quantum entanglement (the invisible umbilical cord that exists between objects) as a form of telepathy. But as Dr. Michio Kaku points out in the video below, there are much more practical ways of achieving telepathy that already exist.
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