The Western scholars have ideas to resurrect people after death

December 18, 2012 23:34

The human brain is still in a vain attempt to try to solve the scientists from around the world. While not even close to possible to get closer to solving the mystery of why the brain is perfectly healthy person can give seemingly catastrophic failure that can lead to the appearance of unexplained aggression. Scientists are trying to unravel the mysteries of brain activity through a series of different tests. Eysenck test number one, allowing people to know the level of IQ can be attributed to such tests.


Some success in terms of the human brain functional clues have U.S. researchers. In their view, the human brain on the basis of his work is virtually no different from conventional computer storage media. And if the normal brain is not very different drive, then the contents of the brain at a certain point can be transferred to other media. So, a full range of human thoughts, all the corners of memory can be copied as a standard computer hard drive and transfer to another person or unit.

In particular, such a method of American scientists propose to use a kind of resurrection people. Only when this "resurrected" is not the person, and the information content of the human brain. The process would look something like this: after the physical death of the brain (not yet had time to die) is removed from the skull and a special laser cut blades on subtle stripes. Then other knives share these strips into small pieces, each of which will be scanned. In other words, all the chemical data will be copied to the computer's memory, a special program that converts them into bits. That will have an original copy of the computer brain of a man who recently died. Thanks to new software features, the program should be fully simulate human on screen. If you recreate the impulses of the brain, it can be expected that the person in the form of a computer model will live to try a new dimension.

Naturally, such a realization of the "resurrection" mass drawbacks: it is unclear whether the resulting digital copy rights to produce certain actions that were characteristic of a real person before his death. Not only that, it is not clear, and how will these virtual people interact with each other, whether they search for contacts via computer networks. In general, the idea seems daunting, but so far to its full implementation so far.

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