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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 2 months ago

How do they link a brain to a supercomputer?

Some people are being linked to a supercomputer, their apartments are being transformed in an horror chamber.

-Things moving, falling.

-Scratches appering on the floor

-Voices insulting, obcenities etc

-Holograms

- Pain in their bodies, illnesses, burns

-Bottles opening.

- Artificial cold or hot

-People being pushed, having involuntary movements etc.

Can all that be explained by the microwaves? Where are the weapons placed?

One exemple is bread, fruits, clothes appearing with marks. An apple inside a plastic sack with a mark of a cut. How do the microwaves pass through the plastic sack and reach the fruit? How do they calculate to reach a point?

Some people say that come from the wifi and others that come from satellites, drones of from the neighbors.

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  • 2 months ago

    The current methods are the use of your fingers or maybe your voice.

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  • 2 months ago

    Tell your doctor that the medication is not working, and you need to double the dose.

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  • 2 months ago

    NO. They DO NOT hook a brain to a super computer. Just because you saw it on TV does not mean it is true.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    They work for the Cytherians. 

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  • Satan
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    2 months ago

    In response to the original part of your question, before you went off on a tangent, it's extremely difficult to connect a brain and computer, and currently impossible.

    The reason for this is very simple. The most complex structure known, is the human brain.  We have theories on how it works, how it stores information.  Potentially, it has unlimited power and abilities.

    Computers, even advanced ones, we know how they work.

    They are incompatible  - you would have to know how the brain works, fully.  Otherwise you're just shoving forks in electrical sockets

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  • 2 months ago

    It's fiction, in a book or a movie.

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