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Ted Kennedy was beneath animal level. Ask Mary Jo Kopechne.

Maybe this awareness shows up during the teen years. That's why teens have a reputation for being difficult - they are trying to reconcile their past and current lives.

alfa, have you ever written anything in Labview?

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QUOTE(alfa @ Feb 26 2008, 08:47 AM)

No, I didn't read it, but I will read a bit.

Do you work there?

If you don't work there I'll tell you what I'm thinking about this kind of companies.

I don't "work there". My wife and I founded Zengar and I developed the software in LV. I'm somewhat intrigued by your thinking that we are one of "this kind of companies" when you haven't even read our website, don't know me, don't know our software and don't know the field of neurofeedback well enough to know that your understanding of EEG is at least 6 decades out of date!

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QUOTE(alfa @ Feb 27 2008, 11:27 PM)

I tried for couple hours an Oberon last year in November and I got headache; Oberon can't do a good diagnostic.

I'm going to start using that phrase as a generic assessment of people.

E.g. I tried for a couple hours a crelf last year in November and I got headache; crelf can't do a good diagnostic. :P

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QUOTE(Val Brown @ Feb 28 2008, 12:40 PM)

Shouldn't you, at least, buy me dinner first? :P

QUOTE(AnalogKid2DigitalMan @ Feb 28 2008, 02:26 PM)

We secretly replaced Ron's Mark Super VII Quantum E-meter with a 5KVAC Hi-Pot Tester. The results were of great 'potential'.

That pun was absolutley shocking.

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Talking about consciousness to 98% of people is not easy.

Roger Penrose didn't understand the mind (and the consciousness) and he wrote a book about it: The Emperor's New Mind

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QUOTE(alfa @ Feb 29 2008, 12:01 AM)

Val Brown,

doing only EEG is OK.

Working in this area is not easy, but here is the future.

Yes, that's why I've been involved in evolving the necessary technology over the last 35 years. For those who are interested, a number of my presentations on these topics over the years can be found on the iSNR website. I alos wrote an article for the Journal of Neurotherapy (in 95 I believe it was), which can serve as a bit of a historial reference. Again for those who are interested.

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