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Debera Harward
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Debera Harward   8/15/2014 6:10:01 AM
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Its a very big issue that treatment for cancer destroys other cells as well if this technology helps to cure cancer by just destroying the harmfull cells will be an excellent approach . 

Debera Harward
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Debera Harward   8/15/2014 6:02:33 AM
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Developing an artificial brain will be a great acheivement for scientist. Because it is not necessary that they will be successfull in developing virtual brain they in dong so tthey will come across differen t functions and neurons of the brain which will help increase there understanding .

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Debera Harward   8/15/2014 5:59:26 AM
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Thanks Elizebeth for such an interesting post , Brain to brain interface is a very good thing. It can help in many ways like controllig thr brains of the other not only this but also in controlling the actions of others as well. This technology can be very usefull in crime department to control the crime of the suspected people as well  This is what i beleive and it is just a assumption maybe i am wrong 

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Pubudu   5/31/2014 1:30:49 AM
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Elizabath personally I do not like the idea of an others mind reading, Cause that I feels it will lead to lose the privacy and will lead unexpected problems. I do like to know the ideas of others also. 

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Pubudu   5/31/2014 1:23:10 AM
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Elizabath thanks for sharing the photo of a Rudolf Jaenish's  I am sure that many of us has not seen evan thou we have heard about him as a great innovator. 

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Pubudu   5/31/2014 1:04:21 AM
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a.saji my comments based on the knowledge, I have not experience this cause that this is still not available in my country. 

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a.saji   5/30/2014 1:27:14 AM
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@Pubudu: Have you tried this before ? Or are you expressing your comments based on the feedback of others ? 

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Greg M. Jung   5/29/2014 3:24:20 PM
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Yes, the cargo mover was cool (especially when Ripley used it to fight the Alien with it).

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Pubudu   5/29/2014 2:27:44 PM
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Yes Greg I also personally like the innovation of tissue regeneration technology, It will help many peoples and also it will stop of having a second wound in order to treat the first wound. 

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Mr. Wirtel   5/29/2014 1:29:52 PM
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@Cabe: I do not think the intent of the military has changed a great deal since when I was discharged in 1970. If it has, I apologise. At that time the majority of military weaponry wass not designed to kill, but rather to maim and wound. That is more damaging logisticly. It is also more effective in damaging enemy morale. War is very nasty and the goal is to win. Hopefully to win without even firing a shot, but win none the less.

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