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Not so much a thought experiment as a single neuron misfire.
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As a college student I find that I have trouble getting out
of bed, especially when I'm so groggy. However, once
body gets into the rhythm of being awake I'm all fine and
dandy, so the question is "how can I bring my body from
to 60 as fast as possible?".
The answer: electricity and
The ultimate alarm clock couples the sharp, agonizing
of a medium to powerful electric shock with the mind
quickening screech of a primal predator that historically
The sounds played would vary from day to day, perhaps
including species such as the tiger, grizzly bear, even a
baboon or a howler monkey, the calls of which can be
hair raising. By combining this direct pathway to the
reptilian flight or fight response with a sharp pain
delivered by two electrodes stuck anywhere on the body
the subject will find themselves awaking with a jolt more
powerful than any imbibed chemical stimulant.
||absolute radio works fine for me thanks.
||You may not want to sell these in places where actual animal incursions may occur..."Oh why the f&^% is my alarm going off at 2am...man there was a time when the sound of a hungry grizzly scared m....
||//stuck anywhere on the body the subject //
||There are places where people pay good money for that sort of thing ...