Author: Chaideftos Chaideftos
Abstract: Safe ultra low-power nanoantennas could be used in order to analyze the biological material of the brain, & to receive the electrical signals of neurons as & to consign electrical signals to neurons for Brain-Computer Interface.
Keywords: Curie temperature, Electromagnetic spectrum, Glucose & bio-ionic liquid hydrogels, Nasal Sprays & olfactory nerve, Photons by screens, Polyimide coating, Ultra low-power wireless nanoscale antennas.
Safe ultra low-power nanoantennas could be used in order to analyze the biological material of the brain, & to receive the electrical signals of neurons as & to consign electrical signals to neurons for Brain-Computer Interface.
We should create ultra low-power wireless nanoscale antennas which will be from 100% pure gold, which must lost all of its magnetic properties in Curie temperature or other temperature or with other safe technique & which must be coated by polyimide for biocompatible implantation reasons. Direct consignation of these nano-antennas into the brain is possible through biodegradable glucose & bio-ionic liquid coated hydrogels through nasal sprays which will send the nanites-nanomachines-molecular machines-nanoantennas into the brain from olfactory nerve. Finally, the nanoantennas should bind with a safe manual way into the hippocampus after their trip into the circulatory system of the brain through orders-mandates from the internal/external antennas (wireless waves) or/and with an automated way into the hippocampus after their trip into the circulatory system of the brain through the identification of the specific electromagnetism, electrochemistry & biochemistry of the hippocampus (memory) for inflow & outflow of informations at/from the brain.
The light (photons, beams & etc) which is being emitted by screens, & the electromagnetic spectrum which is being emitted by antennas & satellites can charge-load the nanoscale implants, they can help with the interconnection-connection between the safe nano-antennas & brain hippocampus & they can help with the receivement & consignation of informations from/to brain (brain implants – nano-antennas). The nano-antennas by gold (which will be coated by polyimide for biocompatible reasons) can be nano-biosensors for all the biological material (except only of electromagnetic nano-biosensors of neurons-axons).
I want to thank all the scientists of the World for their excellent scientific achievements.
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