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Sensetech and Real-Life Superpowers

Sensory substitution may be the key to becoming superhuman

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Imagine being brought into a room with twelve people and your tasked to diagnose which ones have Parkinson’s disease and which ones didn’t. There’s no tricks. Half of them have been officially diagnosed, and half of them do not have any diagnosis. You’re just a regular human being and this an experiment…




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