posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:08 AM
reply to post by bottleslingguy
Let me know when they can focus light on your brain after going through your skull.
It IS possible to affect the brain functions using various wavelengths of light. There have been many studies empirically proving this. And every
epileptic knows that rapidly flashing lights can cause seizures. I posted a link.
Yes, you did, but it isn't related to the OP. At all. Did you read either paper?
Of COURSE you affect some sort of brain function with light, or you wouldn't be able to see. Quite a bit of your brain is tied up with visual
processing. That has both diddly and zip to do with genetically altering brain cells so that you can read their state and trigger them with a laser
shone through a fiber optic port in the skull.
You can't say "this paper, therefore, the thing in THIS paper which is totally non related other than the words 'brain' and 'light' are co-equal
and can be syncretized". It just doesn't work that way. Unless, of course, you can show me how genetically altering retinal neurons can control the
Seriously, "Looker" was a movie. Not an instruction manual.