Sunday, October 14, 2012

So What Happened To That Sex Chip for Your Brain?


So What Happened To That Sex Chip for Your Brain?

The most powerful sex organ is not your penis or vagina, but your brain.
It is your brain that gives you your most intense sexual pleasure, because what causes ripples in your heart and tickles in your loins starts from your brain.
That is why I was not surprised when I read the report on the sex chip developed by scientists and was the buzzing news in 2008.

As reported then, the implementation could be risky, because of the complex nature of the Orbitofrontal Cortex the target of this so called sex chip. A wire has to be run from the chip in the brain to a heart pacemaker. Now that would be really risky.

Neurosurgery professor Tipu Aziz had noted:

"There is evidence that this chip will work. A few years ago a scientist implanted such a device into the brain of a woman with a low sex drive and turned her into a very sexually active woman. She didn't like the sudden change, so the wiring in her head was removed."

A woman making love with her robot man. Photo Credit: CURRENT.

Chris Irvine reported in the Telegraph that “the chip works by sending tiny shocks from implanted electrodes in the brain.” And the. technology has been used in the United States to treat Parkinson's disease.
The report also said an electronic machine, named the Orgasmatron, taken from the 1973 Woody Allen film Sleeper was already under development by a North Carolina doctor, who is modifying a spinal cord stimulator to produce pleasure in women.


~ By Orikinla Osinachi











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