SELFFAMILYSOCIETYHUMANITYEARTHUNIVERSEDIVINE

First brain-to-brain ‘telepathy’ communication via the Internet

The first brain-to-brain telepathy-like communication between two participants via the Internet has been performed by University of Washington researchers.*The experiment used a question-and-answer game. The goal is for the “inquirer” to determine which object the “respondent” is looking at from a list of possible objects. The inquirer sends a question (e.g., “Does it fly?) to the respondent, who answers “yes” or “no” by mentally focusing on one of two flashing LED lights attached to the

Songbird brain provides insight into human behavior

A research from UT Southwestern's Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute shows a bird's tune can be changed -- to the syllable -- by activating and deactivating a neuronal pathway in charge of assisting the mind determine whether a vocalization is performed properly. Previous study has proven that when a tune is done without perceived malfunction, certain neurons release dopamine into brain regions involved in motor control. The brand new study proves that by simply activating and controlling
Core Spirit

Brain-to-brain 'telepathic' communication achieved for first time

For the first time, scientists have been able to send a simple mental message from one person to another without any contact between the two, thousands of miles apart in India and France.Research led by experts at Harvard University shows technology can be used to transmit information from one person's brain to another's even, as in this case, if they are thousands of miles away."It is kind of technological realisation of the dream of telepathy, but it is definitely not magical," Giulio
Core Spirit

Biofeedback therapy offers a mind-body approach to improving health

What if you could ease chronic pain, lower your blood pressure and improve other health issues simply with the power of your mind?Proponents of an alternative therapy called biofeedback believe that you can train yourself to do just that, with the help of a physical therapist and electronic equipment that monitors breath rate, perspiration, skin temperature, blood pressure and heartbeat.The National Center of Complementary Medicine and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) considers biofeedback a
Core Spirit

Rewiring Your Brain: Neurofeedback Goes Mainstream

Imagine a treatment that involves sitting in a chair, with electrodes attached to your skull. The electrodes are attached to a computer that measure activity in your brain and then send feedback to regulate your brainwaves. Are you rolling your eyes at this weak sci-fi portrayal of futuristic mind-bending medicine?Though it may sound farfetched, neurofeedback has been around since the 1960s. The evidence is not definitive, but there’s growing research to suggest that neurofeedback could be used
Core Spirit

The Era of Pervasive Neurotechnology

Pervasive neurotechnology is a growing area of neuroscience, developed to enhance the brain’s performance and cognitive health. These technologies are non-invasive, meaning they do not involve surgical procedures or ingesting drugs and tend to be cost-effective. As digital health technology expands beyond hospitals and research facilities, cognitive digital tools are becoming more accessible to the general consumer.Praised for being safe with few negative side effects, the development of
Core Spirit

Holistic Neuroscience- A way to permanently help your child with ADD or ADHD without medications

Holistic and neuroscience are not two words that one would generally think go together. But, the revolution in technology and computers, along with greater research and new techniques in the last decade have allowed holistic clinical psychologists like myself to train the brain to organically, safely, and permanently, bring the brain more in balance. Recently researched understandings in neuroscience such as neuroplasticity-the brains ability to change-have brought forth a new body/mind/brain
Core Spirit

The Brain Tech to Merge Humans and AI Is Already Being Developed

Are you scared of artificial intelligence (AI)?Do you believe the warnings from folks like Prof. Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and others? Is AI the greatest tool humanity will ever create, or are we “summoning the demon”? To quote the head of AI at Singularity University, Neil Jacobstein, “It’s not artificial intelligence I’m worried about, it’s human stupidity.” In a recent Abundance 360 webinar, I interviewed Bryan Johnson, the founder of a new company called Kernel which he seeded with $100
Core Spirit

How New Tech Makes Hacking Human Brain a Reality

Your thoughts are your own, right? Perhaps not. New technology is bringing that day closer when the unscrupulous may actually be able to hack human thoughts.It raises a number of new ethical concerns for this brave new world we're entering with each rotation of the Earth. Mind Reading Everyone is familiar with the concept of hacking. It is why we all strive to protect our computers and smartphones from nefarious outside sources trying to break in to steal information, implant malware
Core Spirit

Quantum Hotline: Information 'Teleported' Across Cities

They’re teleporting through the streets. Physicists have teleported quantum information across the cities of Hefei, China and Calgary, Canada.While quantum teleportation – the remote transfer of quantum information from one location to another – has been achieved before, those previous works used purpose-built equipment secluded away in isolated labs.These new studies show that quantum technologies can work with standard communication networks – an important step towards mainstream quantum
Core Spirit

Telepathic Therapy: Brain Waves are Used to Remotely Control DNA-Based Nanobots

This is wild: a team of Israeli scientists developed a contraption that uses a person’s brain waves to remotely control DNA-based nanorobots — while the nanobots were inside a living cockroach. When prompted by a human thought, the clam shell-like robots opened up, revealing a drug-like molecule that tweaked the physiology of the cockroach’s cells.Though “merely a demonstration and proof of concept,” the technology represents a new era of brain-nanomachine interfaces that links a person’s
Core Spirit

We Have Virtual Reality. What’s Next is Straight Out of ‘The Matrix’

In 1999, The Matrix introduced your neighbor, your dad, and pretty much every hacky-sacking college kid in the country to the idea that the real world around us … might not be so real.In the film, our trenchcoated protagonist Neo discovers that the world as he knows it is only an illusion, piped into his brain while his body sits submerged in a gooey chemical broth. Trippy. The idea that we are not really here at all — that life is just an illusion – is as old as Plato’s Allegory of the Cave
Core Spirit