My assessment of 'neurohacking' is that it is a bit wrong-headed. Go off
and read some of Steve Bressler's, Walter Freeman's, and Francisco
Varela's (plus others...) papers to get some idea of what the
neuroscientists are doing. The patterns seen in EEGs are non-invariant and
(per Freeman and Paul Rapp) chaotic, which makes decoding them difficult.
Internet: herwin at gmu.edu or erwin at trwacs.fp.trw.com
Working on Katchalsky networks....