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Right: 1 year internet worldwide
Male, 30s - 60s, British Accent, Professor/scientist type — can convey a sense of authority, intelligence, speaking articulately but casually
The Read should be like a scientist presenting at a conference.
Please do two reads: one clean one and one with em’s and breathers in it.
Please read alternative lines as well. 2015-06-14 03:33:28 GMT 2015-06-17 20:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 12 8 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 12 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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This footage is from one of our first mind transfer experiments in 2003. As you can see here, prior to the experiment, the dog demonstrates normal canine fetching behavior.
The procedure to neuroelectrically transfer a dogs mind into a flower horn fish takes just under ninety minutes, — relatively quick for such a complicated task as you can imagine.
This is 30 minutes after the transfer procedure, and the mind is already adapting to the new body.
ALT: This is 30 minutes after the transfer procedure. The mind is already adapting to the new body and seems to have no difficulty breathing with gills.
The fish is exhibiting doglike behaviors, responding to its owner, wanting to play and be pet — obviously not behaviors known to occur in flowerhorn fish.
But the real moment of truth was the retrieval test.
ALT: Now what you're about to see is a successful retrieval test.
He goes right for the toy and returns to the owner.
As you can hear from our excitement, this was our first evidence that the mind transfer — or shedding†—was successful.
These results were very encouraging as we prepared to attempt a humantohuman transfer in subsequent months.
This is footage from shedding procedure 9. The transfer of a bird’s mind into a cat’s body posed some
Specifically, we were concerned the bird’s relatively simplistic neurocircuitry
wouldn’t be able to override a cat’s instinctual predatory impulses.
Given these uncertainties, we built an artificial bird habitat to fully control the environment and record our observations.
As you can see, almost immediately, the animal began exhibiting foraging behavior. After some initial difficulties, the animal was able to construct a surprisingly sturdy nest.
This second phase of the experiment raised some ethical concerns, but we felt it was important to test the limits of the mind transfer technology fully before risking human trials.
As you can see here, the cat’s predatory instinct was replaced with a maternal behavior. This provided key evidence as we move forward with human trials.
ALT Astoundingly the cat’s predatory instinct was replaced with a maternal feeding behavior. This
Provided key evidence as we move forward with human trials.
ALT As you can see, the results where astounding. The cat’s predatory instinct was replaced with a
Maternal feeding behavior. After the success of this experiment, we feel ready to move forward with
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