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Author Topic: Mad Scientist Labs  (Read 1533 times)
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« on: December 28, 2009, 05:05:44 pm »

Gather here, mad scientists, and brainstorm all manner of infernal devices to aid humanity as we enter into the new century!

First up - a means for the transmission of thoughts. Tested on animals first, of course, followed by all manner of criminal scum before being implanted in civilised people. First, cut a small hole in the skull, allowing access to the brain. Then, slide in sterilized fine meal wires, preferably gold as it makes an excellent conductor and does not rust. Take care. Eventually, these wires will become entwined in the networks of the mind, and can be linked together to connect two brains. Mankinds dream of telepathy will finally have been realized by science! Later additions may include those new 'radio' thingies, permitting thoughts to be transmitted across distances, and a possible non-invasive version. Think of the applications!
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« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2009, 06:44:18 am »

* von Corax wanders in, and looks around at the emptiness

Hmm... I think you'll find that most of the mad scientists are already ensconced at The Prometheus Club.

* von Corax looks about once more, then wanders out
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By the power of caffeine do I set my mind in motion
By the Beans of Life do my thoughts acquire speed
My hands acquire a shaking
The shaking becomes a warning
By the power of caffeine do I set my mind in motion
The Leverkusen Institute of Paleocybernetics is 5838 km from Reading
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« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2010, 03:08:58 pm »

My god man!
You go too far!
Some things man was not meant to dabble in!
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