An “example of putting brain waves into practice in a practical way is Brain Fingerprinting.
In Brain Fingerprinting, it is believed that when someone commits a crime, the event is stored as a memory. When the perpetrator is presented with evidence of the crime, the memory is triggered, creating a neurological response.
If the perpetrator is attached to a machine similar to an EEG, then this response can be recorded.
Brain Fingerprinting is still in its early stages, but is being seriously evaluated by the FBI as part of deception detection and profiling.
If this technique is perfected and coupled with Clark’s sensor technology, individuals such as criminals, and even spies could be easily identified.
Taking this technology a step further, it is conceivable that technology such as this could be used by a government to monitor the brain wave activity of its people or to detect espionage. Intelligence agents could use the technology to spy on foreign diplomats or scientists.”
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