• Can you look at my human memory erasing machine idea on Quora, and tell me if you think it could work.?

    If you type in Nicholas Lee profile Quora in a search engine you can see my idea on Quora. The idea is in my profile. It has diagrams, so I cannot show the answer on yahoo answers. Look ata the idea on Quora, and get back to me on yahoo answers to tell me what you thought about it.
    If you type in Nicholas Lee profile Quora in a search engine you can see my idea on Quora. The idea is in my profile. It has diagrams, so I cannot show the answer on yahoo answers. Look ata the idea on Quora, and get back to me on yahoo answers to tell me what you thought about it.
    2 answers · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Is there always a shell level the electron can get to in any atomic element, and in human tissue, and bone, that will not absorb, any visi?

    -ible light. So using heat, thermal heat, possibly microwaves, electromotive force, and magnetism. work.
    -ible light. So using heat, thermal heat, possibly microwaves, electromotive force, and magnetism. work.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Can the absorption, and emission process of the electron happen at a slower rate.?

    When the electron moves to a higher shell, is there a way to make this process happen more slowly, rather than instantly. To possibly make the electron stay in a higher shell level that transmissions all visible light. Something kind of happens like this in illuminous objects I think. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    When the electron moves to a higher shell, is there a way to make this process happen more slowly, rather than instantly. To possibly make the electron stay in a higher shell level that transmissions all visible light. Something kind of happens like this in illuminous objects I think. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • How small can a gamma wave, or gamma knife beam be collimated. If you have two gamma knife beams, and the beams could be adjusted in width?

    ... How thin could the gamma knife beams become, to ionize a cubic area as small as 20 microns. Is there ball lens technology that allows you to do this. If it cannot be done with gamma waves, what about X- rays, or other EM waves that ionize brain cells. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    ... How thin could the gamma knife beams become, to ionize a cubic area as small as 20 microns. Is there ball lens technology that allows you to do this. If it cannot be done with gamma waves, what about X- rays, or other EM waves that ionize brain cells. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Do you not need to find, and ionize EVERY neuron in the brain to erase a human memory, with a modified gamma knife machine.?

    You do not need to find EVERY group of neurons in the brain that holds a specific memory. Ionizing SOME of the groups of neurons is enough to disrupt a specific memory. And here is how you do it. You look for the groups of neurons that hold the bad memory on the INUMAC MRI, and FMRI, CT EEG, and MEG technology. You find the bad memories, by asking... show more
    You do not need to find EVERY group of neurons in the brain that holds a specific memory. Ionizing SOME of the groups of neurons is enough to disrupt a specific memory. And here is how you do it. You look for the groups of neurons that hold the bad memory on the INUMAC MRI, and FMRI, CT EEG, and MEG technology. You find the bad memories, by asking the person to recollect the bad memory. When you have identified which groups of neurons could hold the bad memories. You ask the person to recollect the bad memory, as you ionize the neurons associated with the bad memory, you keep asking the person to recollect the bad memory, the more you ionize, the more hazy the bad memory becomes to the person, as you ask him to recollect it. So gradually the bad memory should be erased, but the point is you did not need to find, and ionize EVERY group of neurons in the brain to erase the bad memory. Which would be like finding a needle in a forest. So what you have done here is you have stopped the neurons from communication with each other to make a complete working bad memory to the person. By ionizing SOME of the neurons you have disrupted the neurons communication process with each other that forms the bad memory to the person. Is it better the person leaves confused, and things in his mind not making a little sense, or the person being severely depressed with PTSD.
    2 answers · Psychology · 1 year ago
  • Is FMRI, PET, CT scanners, MEG, and EEG at the most advanced level, or is the cost to push them to the highest level too much money.?

    Are these current neuroimaging technologies, at their most advanced level, or is the cost to make them more advanced just too much money, and there is not enough funding. It would help a lot with neurons disease, if these technologies were at the most advanced level. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    Are these current neuroimaging technologies, at their most advanced level, or is the cost to make them more advanced just too much money, and there is not enough funding. It would help a lot with neurons disease, if these technologies were at the most advanced level. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    3 answers · Engineering · 1 year ago
  • Can you build a human memory erasing machine in these 4 steps, with current technology.?

    1. The yet to be built INUMAC MRI machine can see the BOLD signal up to 1000 neurons, and see changes occuring as fast as one-tenth of a second. 2. Combine the INUMAC with the latest MEG, EEG and CT to see the electro, and chemical signals. Now you have both BOLD, and electro and chemical signals to deduce what neurons hold which specific spatial... show more
    1. The yet to be built INUMAC MRI machine can see the BOLD signal up to 1000 neurons, and see changes occuring as fast as one-tenth of a second. 2. Combine the INUMAC with the latest MEG, EEG and CT to see the electro, and chemical signals. Now you have both BOLD, and electro and chemical signals to deduce what neurons hold which specific spatial memory. 3. Modify a Gamma Knife machine, currently the ball lenses need to be worked on to ionize micron sized groups of neurons, in cubic areas in the brain. Remember a gamma wave can pass through something as small as an atom. 4. You do not need to find EVERY group of neurons in the brain that holds a specific memory. Ionizing SOME of the groups of neurons is enough to disrupt a specific memory. You ask the person to recollect the bad memory, as you ionize the neurons associated with the bad memory, you keep asking the person to recollect the bad memory, the more you ionize, the more hazy the bad memory becomes to the person, as you ask him to recollect it. So gradually the bad memory should be erased,but you did not need to find, and ionize every neuron to erase the bad memory. This is a lot more safer than electroshock treatment, which can cause coma, 1. The yet to be built INUMAC MRI machine can see the BOLD signal up to 1000 neurons, and see changes occuring as fast as one-tenth of a second. 2. Combine the INUMAC with the latest MEG, EEG and CT to see the electro, and chemical signals. Gonna continue this on a separate page.
    1 answer · Psychology · 1 year ago
  • In absortion, and emission process of light. Is it the emission process that stops us from seeing through a object.?

    The electron just absorbs a specific wavelength of light in electron volts, so what happens to the rest of the light that is not the right wavelength to be absorbed by the atom does this light transmission, but emission of the photon stops us from seeing through the object. Or does light get dispersed, and lost as the material get thicker. I am... show more
    The electron just absorbs a specific wavelength of light in electron volts, so what happens to the rest of the light that is not the right wavelength to be absorbed by the atom does this light transmission, but emission of the photon stops us from seeing through the object. Or does light get dispersed, and lost as the material get thicker. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Can visible lights electron voltage, be changed to increase, or decrease. Red light has 1.8 eV, and blue light has 3.1eV can these numbers?

    ..be changed to increase, or decrease. Electron voltage requirement, in electrons is different in every single atom, and molecule. The electrons, electron voltage requirment seems fixed, and cannot be changed, unless the electron moves away from the nucleus to a higher shell. So if lights electron voltage, can be changed to increase, or decrease,... show more
    ..be changed to increase, or decrease. Electron voltage requirement, in electrons is different in every single atom, and molecule. The electrons, electron voltage requirment seems fixed, and cannot be changed, unless the electron moves away from the nucleus to a higher shell. So if lights electron voltage, can be changed to increase, or decrease, transmission should occur in the electron. Could opaque objects be made translucent. Its like light is getting transmission, without being absorbed, and you can see through the opaque object. Electrons absorb 1 photon per 1 electron, so you cannot play around with mixing EM waves. The electron will choose to absorb 1 photon then ignore the other photon of another EM wave that is not visible light. There are so many ways to play around with light, slow it down, play around with wavelength, and frequency, there must be a way to do this. I am grateful for your help, anything helps, even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Is the only way to get the answer to this electron experiment is in a light lab, can the answer not be gotten from forums?

    Can you move the electron to higher shell level temporarily, using heat, thermal heat, microwaves, electromotive force, magnetism, or another way. To make the electron stay in a higher shell level that does not have a electron voltage requirement to visible light just ultraviolet. Which would be around 3.5 eV, so the electron would need to be in a... show more
    Can you move the electron to higher shell level temporarily, using heat, thermal heat, microwaves, electromotive force, magnetism, or another way. To make the electron stay in a higher shell level that does not have a electron voltage requirement to visible light just ultraviolet. Which would be around 3.5 eV, so the electron would need to be in a shell level, that can transmission this amount of energy from light 3.5 eV. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    2 answers · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Will electrons transmission visible light every time if their electron voltage requirement is over 3.5 electron volts. To just absorb ultrav?

    -violet waves. But how do you keep the electron permanently in a higher shell, for its eV requirement to stay in a range that does not absorb visible light. Red photons carry about 1.8 eV of electron volts, of energy, while each blue photon transmits about 3.1 eV. So you just need to place the electron permanently in a higher shell that does not... show more
    -violet waves. But how do you keep the electron permanently in a higher shell, for its eV requirement to stay in a range that does not absorb visible light. Red photons carry about 1.8 eV of electron volts, of energy, while each blue photon transmits about 3.1 eV. So you just need to place the electron permanently in a higher shell that does not absorb these wavelengths, for transmission to happen every time. To make objects translucent. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • What is the best place to get a answer to my questions, because on yahoo I am not getting enough answers to my questions, its like there is?

    .... nobody on yahoo answers at all. So what is the best forum, or place in physics, chemistry where there is a lot of put people answering. I am grateful for your help, anything helps, even a few words
    .... nobody on yahoo answers at all. So what is the best forum, or place in physics, chemistry where there is a lot of put people answering. I am grateful for your help, anything helps, even a few words
    1 answer · Yahoo Answers · 1 year ago
  • Is a modified gamma knife machine, safer than erasing memories, than electro shock treatment in humans?

    The Gamma knife could be modified to be able to ionize neurons at smaller then micron scales, just the ball lenses would have to be worked on. Remember a gamma wave can pass through something as small as an atom. So ionizing a group of neurons at micron, or smaller levels should be no problem. I realized the you do not have to ionize ALL the neurons... show more
    The Gamma knife could be modified to be able to ionize neurons at smaller then micron scales, just the ball lenses would have to be worked on. Remember a gamma wave can pass through something as small as an atom. So ionizing a group of neurons at micron, or smaller levels should be no problem. I realized the you do not have to ionize ALL the neurons that hold a specific memory, and it does not matter how much the specific memory is distributed around the brain, with some neurons holding part of the whole memory in one place in the brain, and another part of the memory in another place in the brain. Just ionizing SOME of the neurons that hold the memory is enough to disrupt the whole memory. You do not need to ionize ALL the neurons that hold the bad memory. Which is good news, because trying to find all the neurons in the brain that hold that specific memory would be a VERY difficult task, almost like finding a needle in a forest difficult. With a modified gamma knife machine you would be ionizing small groups of neurons, in smaller than micron areas, so as you ask the person to recollect the specific memory, you see where it is located in the brain in the neuronal connections, and you would just keep ionizing small amounts of groups of neurons, with the modified gamma knife, and just keep asking the person to keep recollecting the memory, and eventually the memory will become hazy, and he won't be able to recall the bad memory anymore, thus the bad memory has been erased.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • What are all the electron energy level, electron volt requirement ranges a electron can be in.?

    In hydrogen the energy level requirement is 13.6 eV to move the electron to the next shell level. But is it possible to know all the energy level electron voltage requirements in all atoms, and molecules. Or is this too discernable to get. I just want to know the ranges in electron volts that will make the electron transmission all visible light. I... show more
    In hydrogen the energy level requirement is 13.6 eV to move the electron to the next shell level. But is it possible to know all the energy level electron voltage requirements in all atoms, and molecules. Or is this too discernable to get. I just want to know the ranges in electron volts that will make the electron transmission all visible light. I think it is around 3.5 eV, and up that does not absorb visible light, just ultraviolet wavelengths of around 450nm get absorbed. Just like in glass material, glass electron significantly start absorbing light at 450nm, which is 3.5 eV. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Can you tell me about some facts, about electron energy levels, not much info on the internet.?

    It seems like a mystery how energy levels change in different atoms, and as atoms form covalent bonds to make molecules, electron energy levels change also. As I see it there is three ways that make the electron change energy levels: 1. Energy levels are different in each atom, so is the amount of protons, neutrons a factor in the electrons energy... show more
    It seems like a mystery how energy levels change in different atoms, and as atoms form covalent bonds to make molecules, electron energy levels change also. As I see it there is three ways that make the electron change energy levels: 1. Energy levels are different in each atom, so is the amount of protons, neutrons a factor in the electrons energy levels. 2. As atoms form covalent bonds to form molecules, energy levels change also. 3. The further away the electron is from the nucleus, changes energy levels of the electron, as the electron is in higher shell levels. So am I correct that distance from the nucleus, the amount of protons, and neutrons, and atoms forming molecules are all factors in electron energy levels changes. But can you explain why, or is electron energy levels changing in electron voltage requirement just a mystery that cannot be explained. Is it just a behavior of electrons that is observed. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    2 answers · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • Can you help with this simple hydrogen atom question, nobody day can give me a simple to the point answer.?

    The absorption, and emission process can only move electrons to higher shell levels, as well as atomic high speed collisions. But if the electron could be forced to stay in shell 2 with a energy requirement of 1.5 electron volts. Would ALL wavelengths of light get transmission, and only ultra violet wavelengths would absorb. I know its impossible... show more
    The absorption, and emission process can only move electrons to higher shell levels, as well as atomic high speed collisions. But if the electron could be forced to stay in shell 2 with a energy requirement of 1.5 electron volts. Would ALL wavelengths of light get transmission, and only ultra violet wavelengths would absorb. I know its impossible to make the electron stay in the shell 2 region, because its wants to emission the extra energy it has, and go back to the ground state. So if the electron can be kept in shell 2 area, would ALL visible light transmission, because the electron does not have a energy requirement to visible light anymore, just to ultraviolet wavelengths. I think all visible light will transmission as long as the electrons energy level requirement is around 3.5 electron volts, which is wavelengths of around 300 to 150nm. Is this correct. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago
  • Of all the elements in the period table, which atoms have electrons in higher shell levels that do not absorb visible light.?

    Or you could say which atoms have electron with energy levels that transmission ALL visible light. I know that glass does only absorb ultra violet wavelengths of around 350 to 200nm. So basically any electron in a higher shell in any single atom, that is not in the ground state, that has a electron energy level requirment of around 3.5 to 1.5... show more
    Or you could say which atoms have electron with energy levels that transmission ALL visible light. I know that glass does only absorb ultra violet wavelengths of around 350 to 200nm. So basically any electron in a higher shell in any single atom, that is not in the ground state, that has a electron energy level requirment of around 3.5 to 1.5 electron volts. Hydrogen shell 2 energy level requirement is 1.5 electron volts. Also very high purity fused quartz is transparent down to 200nm, which is 6.2 electron volts. I am trying to figure out what electrons can be in shell levels, in certain atoms, that transmission visible light automatically. Like in glass. I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
    2 answers · Physics · 1 year ago
  • This is my top 10 Baseball computer games ever.?

    1. Baseball Superstars 2013. 2. Baseball Superstars 2012. 3. Mario Baseball 4. Some online baseball game. 5. Tanrei Stadium, Online. 6. Japanese Baseball, Online 7. Some Korean game like Home run battle 8. Home run battle 2. 9. Baseball Star. 10. Big Hit Baseball. 11. Baseball Hero. 12. Going going gone. 13. Fives 2015. 14. Some Korean 3D baseball... show more
    1. Baseball Superstars 2013. 2. Baseball Superstars 2012. 3. Mario Baseball 4. Some online baseball game. 5. Tanrei Stadium, Online. 6. Japanese Baseball, Online 7. Some Korean game like Home run battle 8. Home run battle 2. 9. Baseball Star. 10. Big Hit Baseball. 11. Baseball Hero. 12. Going going gone. 13. Fives 2015. 14. Some Korean 3D baseball game forgot what its called. Whats your favorite.
    2 answers · Other - Games & Gear · 1 year ago
  • These are my top 10 of all time favourite tower defence games, are any of them your favorite.?

    My top 10 tower defense games ever: 1. Plants Vs Zombies 2. 2. Plant Vs Zombies 1 3. Radiant Defence. 4. Zombie defense, on miniclip. 5. Zoiks, on miniclip. 6.Tower defence. 7.Canyon defence, on miniclip. 8. Kingdom rush. 9.... show more
    My top 10 tower defense games ever: 1. Plants Vs Zombies 2. 2. Plant Vs Zombies 1 3. Radiant Defence. 4. Zombie defense, on miniclip. 5. Zoiks, on miniclip. 6.Tower defence. 7.Canyon defence, on miniclip. 8. Kingdom rush. 9. Empire defence 2. 10.Canyon defence 2, on miniclip Any of these on your top 10 list.
    3 answers · Video & Online Games · 1 year ago