1. #47201
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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="SEC105"]

    LOL does'nt it look just like the bass drum player just threw it@ him? Perhaps he was a Keith ["Moon The Lune"}Moon from "The Who" type</p>[/quote]

    yeah it does, someone needs anger management!!!

  2. #47202

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bansaw"]420...http://www.gifbin.com/bin/1234525327...ls_a_joint.gif
    [/quote]
    That is funny as hell. I love the heiney bottle. lol

  3. #47203

    Re: Asian giant for HC



    (CNN) -- Adam Wilson posted two messages on Twitter on April
    15. The first one, "GO BADGERS," might have been sent by any University
    of Wisconsin-Madison student cheering for the school team.</p>

























































































































    <div class="cnnStoryPhotoBox"><div id="cnnImgChngr" class="cnnImgChngr"><div class="cnnWireBoxFooter">His second post, 20 minutes later, was a little more unusual: "SPELLING WITH MY BRAIN."</div></div></div>










    Wilson, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, was confirming an
    announcement he had made two weeks earlier -- his lab had developed a
    way to post messages on Twitter using electrical impulses generated by
    thought.</p>

    That's right, no keyboards, just a red cap fitted with
    electrodes that monitor brain activity, hooked up to a computer
    flashing letters on a screen. Wilson sent the messages by concentrating
    on the letters he wanted to "type," then focusing on the word "twit" at
    the bottom of the screen to post the message.</p>

    The development
    could be a lifeline for people with "locked-in syndrome" -- whose
    brains function normally but who cannot speak or move because of injury
    or disease.</p>

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>

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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    (CNN) -- Adam Wilson posted two messages on Twitter on April
    15. The first one, "GO BADGERS," might have been sent by any University
    of Wisconsin-Madison student cheering for the school team.</p>

























































































































    <div class="cnnStoryPhotoBox"><div id="cnnImgChngr" class="cnnImgChngr"><div class="cnnWireBoxFooter">His second post, 20 minutes later, was a little more unusual: "SPELLING WITH MY BRAIN."</div></div></div>










    Wilson, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, was confirming an
    announcement he had made two weeks earlier -- his lab had developed a
    way to post messages on Twitter using electrical impulses generated by
    thought.</p>

    That's right, no keyboards, just a red cap fitted with
    electrodes that monitor brain activity, hooked up to a computer
    flashing letters on a screen. Wilson sent the messages by concentrating
    on the letters he wanted to "type," then focusing on the word "twit" at
    the bottom of the screen to post the message.</p>

    The development
    could be a lifeline for people with "locked-in syndrome" -- whose
    brains function normally but who cannot speak or move because of injury
    or disease.</p>

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>[/quote]

    wow that's just crazy!!!

    how far can we push technology!!


  5. #47205

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="bigblue4417"]

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>[/quote]

    wow that's just crazy!!!

    how far can we push technology!!

    [/quote]
    Maybe we can do this on GMB someday???

    I can't imagine what things will be like when we are 80.....

  6. #47206

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]


    (CNN) -- Adam Wilson posted two messages on Twitter on April 15. The first one, "GO BADGERS," might have been sent by any University of Wisconsin-Madison student cheering for the school team.</P>
    <DIV class=cnnStoryPhotoBox>
    <DIV class=cnnImgChngr id=cnnImgChngr>
    <DIV class=cnnWireBoxFooter>His second post, 20 minutes later, was a little more unusual: "SPELLING WITH MY BRAIN."</DIV></DIV></DIV>


    Wilson, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, was confirming an announcement he had made two weeks earlier -- his lab had developed a way to post messages on Twitter using electrical impulses generated by thought.</P>


    That's right, no keyboards, just a red cap fitted with electrodes that monitor brain activity, hooked up to a computer flashing letters on a screen. Wilson sent the messages by concentrating on the letters he wanted to "type," then focusing on the word "twit" at the bottom of the screen to post the message.</P>


    The development could be a lifeline for people with "locked-in syndrome" -- whose brains function normally but who cannot speak or move because of injury or disease.</P>


    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </P>


    [/quote]</P>


    Whoa</P>

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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="bigblue4417"]

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>[/quote]

    wow that's just crazy!!!

    how far can we push technology!!

    [/quote]
    Maybe we can do this on GMB someday???

    I can't imagine what things will be like when we are 80.....
    [/quote]

    We'll be in the Matrix.

    We'll just have our bodies in a tube and live virtually on the internet....

    Imagine for older people in their 80's that want to look young and run around, we can probably simulate dreams and they can do whatever they think they can....

    Of course the gov't will secretly record all their actions so they know which ones are the perv's, if you know what I mean...

    =)



  8. #47208

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]


    (CNN) -- Adam Wilson posted two messages on Twitter on April 15. The first one, "GO BADGERS," might have been sent by any University of Wisconsin-Madison student cheering for the school team.</P>
    <DIV class=cnnStoryPhotoBox>
    <DIV class=cnnImgChngr id=cnnImgChngr>
    <DIV class=cnnWireBoxFooter>His second post, 20 minutes later, was a little more unusual: "SPELLING WITH MY BRAIN."</DIV></DIV></DIV>


    Wilson, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, was confirming an announcement he had made two weeks earlier -- his lab had developed a way to post messages on Twitter using electrical impulses generated by thought.</P>


    That's right, no keyboards, just a red cap fitted with electrodes that monitor brain activity, hooked up to a computer flashing letters on a screen. Wilson sent the messages by concentrating on the letters he wanted to "type," then focusing on the word "twit" at the bottom of the screen to post the message.</P>


    The development could be a lifeline for people with "locked-in syndrome" -- whose brains function normally but who cannot speak or move because of injury or disease.</P>


    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </P>


    [/quote]</P>


    Wow Just a little skeptical on that until it's definitely proven. Not that I don't doubt technology willcome to this at some point if it hasn't already. Sounds somewhat like a Ouija board where 1 person is leading the 3others to spell something consciously or unconsciously. The medical possibilities for those whocan't communicate is fantastic though</P>

  9. #47209

    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    (CNN) -- Adam Wilson posted two messages on Twitter on April
    15. The first one, "GO BADGERS," might have been sent by any University
    of Wisconsin-Madison student cheering for the school team.</p>

























































































































    <div class="cnnStoryPhotoBox"><div id="cnnImgChngr" class="cnnImgChngr"><div class="cnnWireBoxFooter">His second post, 20 minutes later, was a little more unusual: "SPELLING WITH MY BRAIN."</div></div></div>










    Wilson, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, was confirming an
    announcement he had made two weeks earlier -- his lab had developed a
    way to post messages on Twitter using electrical impulses generated by
    thought.</p>

    That's right, no keyboards, just a red cap fitted with
    electrodes that monitor brain activity, hooked up to a computer
    flashing letters on a screen. Wilson sent the messages by concentrating
    on the letters he wanted to "type," then focusing on the word "twit" at
    the bottom of the screen to post the message.</p>

    The development
    could be a lifeline for people with "locked-in syndrome" -- whose
    brains function normally but who cannot speak or move because of injury
    or disease.</p>

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>[/quote]

    Wow.........

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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="bigblue4417"]

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/22...ef=mpstoryview
    </p>[/quote]

    wow that's just crazy!!!

    how far can we push technology!!

    [/quote]
    Maybe we can do this on GMB someday???

    I can't imagine what things will be like when we are 80.....
    [/quote]

    We'll be in the Matrix.

    We'll just have our bodies in a tube and live virtually on the internet....

    Imagine for older people in their 80's that want to look young and run around, we can probably simulate dreams and they can do whatever they think they can....

    Of course the gov't will secretly record all their actions so they know which ones are the perv's, if you know what I mean...

    =)


    [/quote] []

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