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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Scathingly Brilliant Idea

I have a million of them, folks! Hang onto your hats!

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could program our bodies like we do our computers?  Not as farfetched an idea as you might think. I mean, our brains are just super computers we haven’t quite figured out yet.

I know someone, somewhere must be working on this. I can’t be the only one who has thought of it. I mean how easy would it be to be able to just type out a bit of code and upload it into our brains?

I guess the problem would be figuring out what ‘language’ our brains speak…..Java, C+, Python, Ruby……  But other than that……lol.

Some examples: Pain issues? Addicted to opioids? Here, upload this code! Pain instantly gone forever!

Having ADHD issues? Trouble concentrating? Boom! Got a code for that!

Cancer? Here’s your code!

We could solve our medical issues, employ THOUSANDS (maybe even millions) of people to write the codes..... others to catalog and file them……code stores popping up all over the world.....(just like cell phone stores.....) I’m sure I’m missing other important facets of this idea but you see where I’m going with it, right?

And the marketing possibilities are endless…..just a matter of reusing some of the old catch phrases like:  “Got codes?”……. “There’s a code for that!”….. “A Code is forever”…… “Codes give you wings!”….. “Just Code it!”……..you get the idea.

We could solve ALL our problems!

Well, okay, maybe not ALL our problems …….and maybe we’d be creating new ones…..never mind…..I guess I haven’t thought this completely through yet………..

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain! LOL


  1. This sounds like a good idea and it sure is going to be reality some time in the future.
    I'd like to have a code that would give me inspiration to do something else than sitting on the coach and looking at TV.

  2. Scathingly brilliant idea, Hayley. Actually when I was a computer programmer my colleagues and I were waiting for the day we would be able to program from mind to disk. I think there was some sort of colander looking device to wear on your head, you'd think of the code you wanted and boom! Project done. And the program always ran perfectly from the get go. No debugging.


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