Rats’ Brains Connected Via Internet

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VERONA, WI—Having waited until everyone at the table had finished their dinner Monday, a knowing grin reportedly spread across local mother Angela Hopkins’ face as she announced to her family that the mashed potatoes had in fact been made using cauliflower as a healthier alternative.
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Rats’ Brains Connected Via Internet

Creating the first ever brain-to-brain interface, scientists have connected the brains of lab rats via Internet cables, allowing the animals to communicate motor information to one another even when they’re thousands of miles apart. What do you think?

  • “Wow! That sounds incredibly inhumane and amazing.”

    Bernie Alonzo
    Cemetery Worker
  • “Boy, this should really improve the rat experience.”

    Linda Christian
    Fish Cleaner
  • “Don’t those rats have anything better to do than surf the web all day?”

    Joel Beesley
    Shingle Trimmer