This could be the beginning of something big. Students and researchers at the University of Washington have possibly achieved something amazing, human brain-to-brain control. As shared recently in Science World Report, here's what the researchers did:

In order to actually accomplish this feat, the scientists used electrical brain recordings and a form of magnetic stimulation. One researcher, Rajesh Rao, wore a cap with electrodes hooked up to an electroencephalography machine, which reads electrical activity in the brain. The other researcher, Andrea Stocco, remained in a lab across campus wearing a purple swim cap marked with the stimulation site for the transcranial magnetic stimulation coil that was placed directly over his left motor cortex, which controls hand movement.


You will be astounded by this study of direct brain-to-brain communication in humans, done by Andrea Stocco, Rajesh Rao and colleagues at the University of Washington. Watch the video and you'll first see a researcher play a computer game with his head...just in his mind. His thoughts actually caused the right index finger of the second researcher wearing the coil to move involuntarily and hit the “fire” button on the game controller. Amazing!

The aim of this project is to take knowledge and transmit it directly from brain to brain. Do you believe this is possible or are we being brainwashed?

[Read the full Science World Report article]