I have often wondered why a simple solution, kind of like this one, was never thought of. From the article;
Imagine being able to go to the doctor and having any plaque that had built up in your arteries removed in an afternoon.
It sounds pretty high-tech, but researchers have come up with a conceptual device that could do just that – possibly saving lives in the process.
The technology is still just an idea for now, but the video above shows how it might work. Let’s hope someone decides to develop this one further.
Follow the link, and look at the video. For all its complexity and wonder, the human body is nothing but another machine, albeit a biological one, and it doesn’t seem to be too far fetched to think that some common real world solutions that apply to mechanical machines couldn’t be adapted for our bodies.
I remember when I was doing work on my EE masters degree, shiz, more than 20 years ago, when I actually worked with a professor that went on to use the then new and emerging MRI technology to implement an idea I had brought up in class after talking to a couple of friends in the medical field: use an MRI machine to create a 3-D image of a human, and then, use VR to let doctors do test operations or analysis before doing actual invasive work. I recently read an article that this was now a capability being marketed to the real world.
Now if we could just come up with something that would allow us to find those poor people infected by the collectivist mental disorder and cure them of that horrible affliction.