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A scientist who was experimenting to eliminate Parkinson's problems in his patients by surgically implanting an electrode in the brain found that the device served to combat drug addiction.The detection occurred when he implanted an electrode on the motor cortex, and by means of a computer program integrated in the device, he determined when the vicious person's brain was stimulated and modified the anxiety to prevent him from craving drugs.The device reduced stimulation when it identified the brain activity of uncontrolled cravings in individuals for drugs and diverted the brain's perception…mehr

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A scientist who was experimenting to eliminate Parkinson's problems in his patients by surgically implanting an electrode in the brain found that the device served to combat drug addiction.The detection occurred when he implanted an electrode on the motor cortex, and by means of a computer program integrated in the device, he determined when the vicious person's brain was stimulated and modified the anxiety to prevent him from craving drugs.The device reduced stimulation when it identified the brain activity of uncontrolled cravings in individuals for drugs and diverted the brain's perception to eliminate the symptoms of addiction. For his invention, Chiptin was the object of a criminal attack perpetrated by groups of drug traffickers when he managed to dismantle this multimillion-dollar business.Fortunately, he managed to get out alive and proceeded to make other important contributions to humanity.Thus begins this story that is not a story and that will come true at some point.
Autorenporträt
Camargo Hernández, David FranciscoDavid Francisco Camargo Hernandez. Colombian nationality. Writer, humanist and economist with specialization, masters and doctorate. Plastic artist. Inventor. Scriptwriter. Scholarship holder at European universities. Director of Sueños de Escritor Foundation and Dafra editions. Literary and academic awards in the years 2001-2005-2008-2008-2010-2016-2016-2017