Brain-to-Brain Communication

America’s Harvard University has created the world’s first successful telepathy experiment from 4,000 miles away. Experts at Harvard University claim that technology can be used to transmit information from one person’s brain to another.

During the experiment, a person in India was connected to a sensitive headset that was connected to the Internet and linked to another person in Paris with a similar headset. When the person from India thought of a simple message to send like “hello,” the other person in France got the message. While the person that received the message did not see the word itself, she/he could see flashes of light at the exact moment that the word “hello” was thought.

“It’s kind of a technological realization of the dream of telepathy, but it is definitely not magical.” Said Giulio Ruffini, a theoretical physicist. Studies will continue to be made with this unfinished experiment.