Author Topic: Two biomedical questions\ and these can be related to the transhumanism  (Read 1056 times)

Can someone^s heart be made stop wirelessly?

Can any image in someone^s mind be shown wirelessly?

Are these possible? Any idea?

According to my search and questions to an expert medical doctor who has 3 areas of specilazation, there are possible in today^s science.

like science fiction and sad but true.
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Offline Hydra009

Did the apostrophe button on your keyboard break?   :question:

Can someone's heart be made stop wirelessly?  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login and wireless computer networks exist, so the answer to the first one is yes.

Can an image in someone's mind be shown wirelessly?  You mean, a person picturing a butterfly and a brain-machine interface being able to detect that and relay that data to a device on a wireless network, like a projector?  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

So with questions answered, what do you want to talk about regarding transhumanism?
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Did the apostrophe button on your keyboard break?   :question:

Can someone's heart be made stop wirelessly?  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login and wireless computer networks exist, so the answer to the first one is yes.

Can an image in someone's mind be shown wirelessly?  You mean, a person picturing a butterfly and a brain-machine interface being able to detect that and relay that data to a device on a wireless network, like a projector?  You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

So with questions answered, what do you want to talk about regarding transhumanism?
Thanks for the sources.
Im writing from the smart tv with keyboard and mouse. and there is not some charackters

Offline Baruch

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As far as hearts without a pacemaker?  Can they be stopped wirelessly?  A strong enough energy discharge into the heart can stop the heart.  I am thinking perhaps a maser (microwave equivalent to a laser).  Basically damage the heart muscle.  Powerful radar transmitting antennas I understand, can also kill you.
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As far as hearts without a pacemaker?  Can the be stopped wirelessly?  A strong enough energy discharge into the heart can stop the heart.  I am thinking perhaps a maser (microwave equivalent to a laser).  Basically damage the heart muscle.  Powerful radar transmitting antennas I understand, can also kill you.

It then can be used for assasination making it look like a medical issue.

Offline Hydra009

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It then can be used for assasination making it look like a medical issue.
Death by electrical discharge (or some sort of energy weapon) would be pretty obvious upon even cursory inspection, let alone a coroner.

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Death by electrical discharge (or some sort of energy weapon) would be pretty obvious upon even cursory inspection, let alone a coroner.

I am sure a way have been found to not catch by them who have developed this sort of technology.

Offline Hydra009

What's your interest in this?  A fiction writing prompt?  Some sort of conspiracy theory?

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What's your interest in this?  A fiction writing prompt?  Some sort of conspiracy theory?

Just curiosity.

Some occurences happened to me that lead me to wonder that kind of information.

I'd be surprised if no one's hacked a pacemaker to kill someone yet. It'd be kinda hard to prove.
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Offline Baruch

Re: Two biomedical questions\ and these can be related to the transhumanism
« Reply #10 on: April 25, 2017, 06:44:52 AM »
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It then can be used for assasination making it look like a medical issue.

Of course.  Assassination has been routine since before Caesar.  One of the best ways to assassinate people, is thru their doctors (whom are barely competent anyway).  Malpractice aforethought.  This suspicion is why Alexander had Hephaestion's doctor executed, when his doctor failed to cure Hephaestion's illness.
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Offline Baruch

Re: Two biomedical questions\ and these can be related to the transhumanism
« Reply #11 on: April 25, 2017, 06:46:01 AM »
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I am sure a way have been found to not catch by them who have developed this sort of technology.

Are coroner's incorruptible?  What really happened to Justice Scalia?  Lots of smoke and mirrors there.
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Offline Baruch

Re: Two biomedical questions\ and these can be related to the transhumanism
« Reply #12 on: April 25, 2017, 06:47:24 AM »
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Just curiosity.

Some occurences happened to me that lead me to wonder that kind of information.

I believe that the death of FDR was ... assisted.  He was dying anyway, but he didn't die soon enough to save Hitler from Stalin.  My guess as to the culprit ... Churchill.
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Re: Two biomedical questions\ and these can be related to the transhumanism
« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2017, 12:36:07 PM »
Of course you can stop someones heart wirelessly.   A .45 calibre will stop a human heart, no wires required.

Images keep appearing in my head wirelessly all the time.    Some of the images even turn out to be real!
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