Comments on Soldiers Trained To Obey Odors With Scent Delivery Device
Soldiers must obey their odors - yes, that's right, odors. Maybe they should call them 'oders'. (Read
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|"this device stinks"
(oswald 1/16/2006 10:14:27 AM)
|"if someone sent the soldier the smell of manure would that be an order to go take a dump? "
(sandramella 1/16/2006 10:15:01 AM)
|"I'm more interested in what type of psychological conditioning would have to occur in order to obtain a specific response to a given odor; would you have to break the mind in order to obtain the proper result?"
(Pinecliffe, CO 1/17/2006 4:22:08 AM)
|"My wife is the inventor of the 'scent collar'. A small part of the patent application for the device has been taken out of context by the media and, as usual, has been blown out of proportions. It was expressly made for virtual environment simulations. Anything else that was mentioned in the patent was included to prevent anyone else from using (stealing) it to their own purpose. (a CYA situation) It doesn't even look like the picture any more."
(Rob 1/17/2006 8:47:47 PM)
|"And what if a solider had a cold and his nose was stuffed?"
(mighty1 1/20/2006 5:33:32 AM)
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