Either this one of these guys is Professor X or humanity just opened the door to being used like Wi-Fi puppets.
All this time, we've been tinkering with lie detectors and physical pressure to force people into telling the truth — all for nothing. A new study suggests that magnetic stimulation to a special part of the brain can force subjects to tell the truth.
Playing Wii and mind stimulation games like Brain Age aren't the only ways to keep your brain and body from rotting. NES and good ol' Bomberman works great too! Take it from 99-year-old Umeji Narisawa who's been playing Famicom (NES in U.S.) for 26-years to keep her brain sharp.
We've already seen how positioning magnets near the brain can influence brain function, but now researchers are experimenting with zapping the skull directly with a mild electric current, to help the brain operate at a higher level.