Olympic Gold for Brainwave Performance

Whether or not a competitor stands on the podium wearing an Olympic metal can depend on a thousandth of a second difference in finishing time.  Greater physical performance may not be what separate winners from losers when the margin is that close.  Instead, it can be something beyond the competitor’s will–brainwaves.

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From Mind to Movement.

Ted Chiang, one of science fiction’s preeminent writers, once imagined an interesting fictional device in his short story, “What’s expected of us”. Without fail, a device called a Predictor flashes a light one second before the user presses the button. Continue reading

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