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Brain in a Jar by Esther Susslestodge - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 14:19:42 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.37096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> In fact, making a brain isn’t as difficult as you might expect. With a few simple ingredients – and an unquenchable enthusiasm for drenching things in alcohol – you too could have a miniature brain in a matter of months.

> Finally, the developing brains are enveloped in a blanket of jelly. “It’s the opposite of normal jelly – it starts off as a liquid which you pour on and it jellifies as it warms up in the incubator,” she says.

> The man-made brains are already transforming our understanding of the brain, its disorders and what makes humans special.

> So what does the future hold? Several groups are working on improving the brains, introducing a blood supply so that they can grow larger

> For many scientists, the ultimate goal is for the brains to function like normal brains

Not sure if /n/ or /wc/
Edward Pebberweck - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 15:08:46 EST ID:CjmR05YA No.37098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
is this what the main stream is claiming as Vault 7 to beat the leak or what?
Doris Fenkindet - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 23:37:16 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.37109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought there would be more discussion and interest in brain research a forum centered around people taking mind-altering medications.

Anyone want to speculate when we can start surgically implanting bits of specially grown designer brains into our brain and what effect it might have?

Would you upgrade your brain bit by bit?
Jarvis Wirryfield - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 10:53:11 EST ID:5cwUO16+ No.37110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Given this chan is nearly entirely centered around causing damage to your brain for short term pleasure I doubt it. Half the users here will probably go through with a self-lobotomy performed at home by 12 gauge as well.
Wesley Blatherson - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:39:06 EST ID:65LRY6V6 No.37141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We've all seen this stuff before and have speculated and researched about "upgrading our brains" to no end. This place is slow because there are not a lot of people here and those that are here can only have the same conversation so many times. When something new happens we will talk about it.
Thomas Greenfuck - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 17:02:55 EST ID:fokVD8qA No.37142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Homie, there's nothing stopping you from cracking open your cranium right now and wiring all kinds of technological gadgets into it, which would certainly have all kinds of effects! The problem is most of the knowledge we have about head-wiring are for repairing injuries, not enhancing capabilities, and generally you need a doctor willing to perform a procedure, which they won't do if it's elective and potentially life threatening (all brain surgery is.)

As for vat grown designer brains, that's just a short matter of time. They've cultured fully functional liver tissue at a small scale. Neuronal tissue is, I'm sure, being researched at several places right now, and once they make an initial batch it will just be a matter of scaling up (for reference, even making as much tissue as a meatball out of stem cells still costs like a quarter of a million bucks, so it will be some time until making six pounds of brain tissue becomes affordable.)
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 20:23:47 EST ID:+JcBotFh No.37158 Report Quick Reply
>Would you upgrade your brain bit by bit?
Not biologically.
Martha Pemblestotch - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 06:45:51 EST ID:CjmR05YA No.37159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah but not directly and with cybernetics and CPUs capable of high speed. The brain is you, don't fuck with it too much or you'll lose your self.
Lillian Dushhood - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:20:20 EST ID:13ajt4aF No.37192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Given this chan is nearly entirely centered around causing damage to your brain for short term pleasure
yeah, wrestling is retarded
Albert Dridgesteck - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 15:46:35 EST ID:fokVD8qA No.37193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You know this just made me realize something pretty horrifying. Even in the singularity, people will like wrestling. So I guess 'battle bots' will become a global pastime? People will probably make NASCAR with hover-cars, too. My point is that no matter how much awesome technology you have, someone will find a way to use it that's 100% cringe-worthy.
Esther Crapperlog - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 10:38:17 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.37200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Robot Wrestling make me imagine /wooo/ and /vg/ having a kid.
Isabella Wombleman - Wed, 24 May 2017 23:50:33 EST ID:8/XZCEYq No.37218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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related to brain mods: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/04/worlds-first-cyborg-human-evolution-science/

things to do with fully functioning blank human brains:
  1. fill brain with specific stuff, replace someone's current brain with it
  2. humanoids capable of human features
  3. artificial industrial monitors with no salary and minimal upkeep, being the replacement for biologically human overseers who will need to oversee AI for a while. each brain comes printed with functions/goals.

cant think of anymore (im sick) but in the end im squicked out by the long term goal of creating something that fully emulates the human brain. pic related i keep thinking of an inverted version of battle angel alita...
Ernest Fondlewill - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:07:15 EST ID:7awjNs3h No.37243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's gonna be humans controlling robot gladiators via direct neural link and fucking each other up.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 17:01:41 EST ID:orY2/W17 No.37247 Report Quick Reply
That's for pussies. I want to see cyborgs with crazy fighting augmentations in actual gladiator matches. Niggas will be literally completely destroying or ripping off their opponents body parts and it'll be okay, just expensive to repair.

How is that not awesome?
Cedric Chiblingridge - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 12:56:52 EST ID:Fhvy4FkY No.37258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, but will you use copper cables to re route your fear of pain or will you just have nerves of steel?
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 20:41:02 EST ID:1dd4reS9 No.37261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That is left to personal preference, as long as it's a good show.
Hugh Bozzlefield - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 13:41:42 EST ID:Fhvy4FkY No.37264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Missing the reference.
What a shame.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 14:21:17 EST ID:2feL1BLa No.37265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im sorry. Idk how I could forget a reference like that.
Alice Sillerwell - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 16:28:04 EST ID:N2FTDK17 No.37302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
should the dynamics of brain composure in the dna be capable within the ranges of structural composure , sounds like a why not idea to specify and speculate on the emergence of it itself

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