Monday, November 26, 2007

OCD Today, CRIME Tomorrow?

They’re already using brain scans to id the specific formations in the brains of those with or likely to develop obsessive-compulsive disorder, and they’re hoping to use the results to pinpoint folks to do future genetic studies with. This sounds like the kind of profiling precedent that could eventually be applied to brains of sex offenders or violent types as well. Seems like just a matter of time before making the connections with TECHNOCORRECTIONS . . . poetry at no additional charge.

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