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Old Apr 20th 2016, 12:55 PM   #1
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Lightbulb How close in todays technology of building a human memory erasing machine. Could it b

How close in todays technology of building a human memory erasing machine. Could it be done in these three steps.?
To make human tissue translucent, maybe you could make invisible EM waves pass through a solid object, while combining the EM waves with other types of EM waves to make electrons absorb the invisible EM waves, and move to higher shell levels.
So you move electrons to shell levels that do not absorb visible light.
So as you mix EM waves together, the EM waves pass through the solid object while exciting the electrons to higher shell levels.
Then use red light to pass through the solid object, while the electrons are in shell levels that do not absorb visible light.
Thus making the solid object translucent, by a certain percentage.
Then combine this technique with the INUMAC MRI machine, that can see the BOLD signal up to 1000 microns small.
So you are getting a general idea of where brain activity is happening.
Then combine this technique with the latest MEG, machine, and EEG machine, to locate neuronal activity, in the brain.
Now to ionize the neurons modify a gamma knife machine, to be able to ionize neurons at micron scales, or smaller.
This is completely doable because a gamma beam can pass through something as small as a atom.
Just the ball lenses have to maybe be worked on to collimate the beams.
But it should be completely doable.
Do you think it could work.
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