Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The Magnets Made Me Do It

Scientists discover moral compass in the brain which can be controlled by magnets | Mail Online: "Scientists have discovered a real-life 'moral compass' in the brain that controls how we judge other people's behaviour.

The region, which lies just behind the right ear, becomes more active when we think about other people's misdemeanours or good works.

In an extraordinary experiment, researchers were able to use powerful magnets to disrupt this area of the brain and make people temporarily less moral."


Terrill Lankford said...

I think someone has been slipping magnets into my drinks.

Seepy Benton said...

I bet those magnets could also make me more attractive!