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E, dude, that sounds like Terminator 3. I just watched that yesterday with one of my roommates and the whole thing is so cheesy and so strikingly possible that it's eerily funny... One of my classmates is doing his bio-ethics thesis on this science fiction movement (spearheaded by a guy at Cambridge, maybe?) but to try and insert computer chips in the brain and record thoughts onto computers. The intent is that some day we could be directly uplinked to computers and they could learn our "thought patterns" so that when we die, all our memories and our 'personality' would be saved on a computer that would keep us "immortal". :)


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