The New York Times, Thursday, May 29, 2008, Page 1 on the Web:
By BENEDICT CAREY
The report in the journal Nature is the most striking demonstration of brain-machine interface technology.
(Click the headline which is a link to the original article.)
Clearly, the Bush administration has been doing this for years. Dubbya, the monkey, without being aware of exactly what he is doing, has been controlling members of his staff, the "robot arms," with his brain for almost eight years. Apparently Scott McClellan has somehow broken free.— Wesli Court
I strongly object to this, Lew: it's unfair to the monkeys.