AVATAR Not Just stay In Movie

Most of people feel magic as long as they has watched AVATAR that’s direct by  James Cameron.

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Recently, scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how we move. During tests they moved the arm of one monkey using the brain of another.

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It may sound like the kind of mind control seen in sci-fi film Avatar, but scientists working on a cure for paralysis have successfully used the thoughts of one monkey to control the movement of another.

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Using technology fictionalized in James Cameron’s 2009 film, scientists from California wired the brain of one Rhesus monkey to the spinal cord of another which had been placed in a state of artificial paralysis.

Using mind control technology fictionalised in the 2009 film Avatar, pictured, scientists working on a cure for paralysis have successfully used the thoughts of one monkey to control the movement of another

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The discovery ‘could have the potential to help paralysed patients regain control of their own limbs,

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University of Warwick bio-medical engineering professor Christopher James added the findings had ‘profound implications… for controlling limbs in spinal cord injury, or controlling prosthetic limbs with limb amputees.

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Maybe one day, human will go to the Pandora and make friends with Na’vi.

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Source: James Cameron’s AVATAR and BBC