|MadSci Network: Anatomy|
Hello, just a small question from a mad scientist in the making. I decided to test out this site for one of my less thought about ideas. It is about making waves in the human brain. I am no biologist, but say i wanted to introduce something totally new to the human body. I've seen some things on artificial limbs and organs..but those are all normal. Say i wanted to attach something to my back (just for arguement) and gain control over it. A simple object to bend at a joint..no muscles or such, mostly mechanical. So, I would run a series of cloned (from my own body) nerve endings down from a neural receptor and down through the foreign device and all throughout it. Obviously you would need nerve endings to consciously control something with your brain. Now, i would also need to relay a series of electonic pulses from my brain to the device..where they would be picked up by receptors and move the mechanical parts. But, the question mainly is.. how can you create new brain waves..there must be some way..to feel things you havent ever felt before.. i hope you understand what i mean. I would appreciate any help. If i get some i might just share some other ideas..muahaha.
Re: BioMechanical Human alterations and New Brain waves?
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Anatomy.