• Terrence Aym
Scientists at the University of Sydney's Center for the Mind in Australia have created a real-life thinking cap. They did it by jolting the brain with electricity flowing from a strange headpiece with rubber straps and twisted tubes. Although to get a real brainstorm users must wear the bizarre device on their heads, researchers insist its worth it. They believe it will help people boost their creativity and insight.
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