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Man Uses Brain Implant To Make Rock Album Requests

The first patient to communicate through a brain implant took the opportunity to ask to be played an album by the rock band Tool. The man in Germany was able to share dozens of thoughts, including “I love my cool son” and “I’d love to hear Tool’s album out loud.” Melanie Fried-Oken, who studies the brain-computer interface at Oregon Health & Science University, was excited about the development. “It’s so cool,” she told Science.org.

Commons employees said they should stop sleeping in offices while drunk

Sir Charles Walker, the Conservative MP and leader of Parliament’s Administration Committee, says MPs’ staff sleeping drunk in the office after missing their train home poses a fire and safety hazard. He urged MPs to “be vigilant to ensure passport holders, be they our staff or others, behave to the highest standards at all times”. Parliament staff could be banned from drinking alcohol in the office unless it is a specific work-related function.

Farts research explains the mystery of the shower

Farts smell worse in the shower, but it’s not their fault, an expert said. Hussain Abdeh, a clinical director and chief pharmacist, told the Daily Star, “There is no evidence that farts are actually more severe in the shower than elsewhere,” but “certain practical factors in showering make the odor much more noticeable.” Factors range from not having enough clothes to protect your nostrils from the worst, to being in a small, warm, and steamy room.

https://www.theweek.co.uk/news/world-news/956204/man-uses-brain-implant-to-make-rock-album-request Man Uses Brain Implant To Make Rock Album Requests

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