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A machine that's capable of inducing hallucinations? Sounds like something out of a science-fiction movie, or as if it's Steven Spielberg's upcoming film "Ready Player One".
Well as strange as it may sound, researchers at Sussex University's Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science have chosen a safer option, instead of dosing up volunteers with hallucinogenics, they're trying a method that puts out more reliable data - a virtual reality headset designed to hallucinate in the same way that the human brain does.
That's right: A headset that induces hallucinations. Seems silly right? What happens when the headset becomes an implantable device which alters your behavior?
Ameet Sarpatwari, an instructor in medicine at #Harvard Medical School, said the digital pill “has the potential to improve public health,” especially for patients who want to take their medication but forget. Patients who agree to take the digital medication, a version of the anti-psychotic Abilify, can sign consent forms allowing their doctors and up to four other people, including family members, to receive electronic data showing the date and time pills are ingested.
My point is this: They're using new and alternative forms of medicine to further disassociate us from reality.
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