"maxwell" <mmmaxwell at hotmail.com> skrev i melding
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>> Brian <zhil at online.no> wrote in message
> news:7XbT6.6787$lM3.133493 at news1.oke.nextra.no...> > "yan king yin" <y.k.y(at)lycos(dot)com> skrev i melding
> > news:9fgrg0$jht2 at imsp212.netvigator.com...> <big snip>
> but I have one question.
> > Extended vision from the ultra-violet to the infra-red zone.
> > Is it possible to "train" the brain to adapt to such vision by
> > the Extended visual zone into what we have now (normal visual zone) ?
>> I haven't the foggiest notion what this "Extended" vision you've dreamed
> about is supposed to be.
Did I ask you ? No.
And why respond and waste your time ?
I was thinking of 'retraining' the visual parts in the brain, adapting them
information from visual stimulus; ie CCD's or other light-receiving devices.
Think of it as connecting the video-camera directly to your brain, but gives
information than we're capable of today.
> The constraint is at the level of the retina, specifically, at the level
> absorption of pigments, i.e., of the rhodopsin molecules.
Did I mention anything when the question is about connecting electronics to
the brain ? No, so you are flawed in your reasoning.
> Meanwhile, there have been attempts to modify the absorption
> of visual pigments.
> ...a recent paper:
Yes yes, boring !!!!
That is nothing NEW.
> > I suspect there would be modifications to such a 'crackpot' idea.
>> A fair start would be disposal.
Disposal of you by *plonking* you came to my mind right now.
> > Basically there is no limits to what could be done.
>> As long as you need not root your ideas in actual structures, sure !
R.I.P in my killfile, moron.
> > Just my thoughts...
> > Sincerely,
> > Brian
>> Have fun !