Just turn off the offensive parts of your brain with a strong magnet. (H/T Steve Sailer.)
The Independent Online
Disabling parts of the brain with magnets can weaken faith in God and change attitudes to immigrants, study finds
By Doug Bolton
A joint team of American and British scientists have discovered that powerful magnetic pulses to the brain can temporarily change people’s feelings on a variety of subjects – from their belief in God, to their attitude to immigration.
The study, published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, saw scientists use a metal coil to create strong magnetic fields around certain parts of the brain.
The non-invasive practice is called trancranial magnetic stimulation, and has can be used to treat depression.
However, researchers have now found that by targeting the part of the brain that deals with threats, they can temporarily change people’s beliefs and views.
Amongst those who received the strong magnetic dose, 32.8 per cent fewer had decreased beliefs in God, angels and heaven compared to the control group who received no dose.
And 25.8 per cent more of those who had received TMS had a more positive response to the immigrant who had written a negative letter about their country.
Scientists are undoubtedly seeking a way to turn off the oppressively patriarchal occipital lobe, because it’s just logical that such a reactionary, archaic tool would be the source of all evil. Onward, progress!
I want this in a pill on my desk by tomorrow morning. We’re already in discussions with the FDA to determine the safest way to release it into the water supply.