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Computers SEE What Humans Are Thinking? Well, Maybe...

Posted on the 23 September 2011 by Freeplanet @CUST0D1AN
Scientists, for the first time ever, used brain imaging to determined what moving images a person is seeing. What enabled this breakthrough was a brain imaging technique called functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which tracks the fluctuations of the brain’s blood oxygen levels.
The fMRI technique has long been used to help researchers see what static images a subject was looking at. However, it was always thought impossible to use the technology to reconstruct moving images.

Here's the video NO ONE ELSE is showing...

So, what we're REALLY looking at here is, "An estimate of what a brain is thinking based on some random comparison to a youtube database. YOU ARE THE INTERNET, I told you so, "You now exist on youtube, as organic pattern finding devices that aid inorganic pattern finding devices."
Note: the rules of cinema/graphics are also of PRIME IMPORTANCE to your receptivity to the Mind Machine - you've been TAUGHT to think that way by years of 'broadcast programming', and they know it.

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