NEW YORK (Reuters) - The scientists call it
a "brain link," and it is the closest anyone has gotten to a real-life "mind
meld": the thoughts of a rat romping around a lab in Brazil were captured by
electronic sensors and sent via Internet to the brain of a rat in the United
States. The result: the second rat received the thoughts of the first, mimicking
its behavior, researchers reported on Thursday in Scientific Reports, a journal
of the Nature Publishing Group. ...