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    Well, I was thinking, would it be possible to inject something or implant something into the spinal cord that would intercept brainwaves but also send them through so you would tell your body to move your arm up then that knowledge would hit the machine and move your arm up in ether a VR or an exoskeleton's arm would be moved but your arm would be moved to (the brainwaves would be fully intercepted for a VR so you could use it without actually moving.) I was just wondering if this was humanly possible to put something in a spinal cord without paralyzing the person. If anyone is interested/has an answer, I would love a response.


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    I remember that some crazy scientist did an experiment where he wore a spinal implant that recorded his brainwaves for a year and after a year he was going to take that recording and "implant" his experiences into another person.


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    So it is possible?
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