Monday, November 21, 2011

Future wars may be fought by synapses (US Science News)

Instead of the indiscriminate destruction of the atom bomb or napalm, the signature weapon of future wars may be precise, unprecedented control over the human brain. As global conflicts become murkier, technologies based on infiltrating brains may soon enter countries’ arsenals, neuroethicists claim in a paper published online October 31 in Synesis. Such “neuroweapons” have the capacity to profoundly change the way war is fought.   Click on the link for full articles on US Science News web
(http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/336028/title/Future_wars_may_be_fought_by_synapses)

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