"Radium" <glucegen at excite.com> wrote in message
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> I have read about the neurophone which claims to produce auditory
> perception through nerve stimulation. Something to do with electric
> signals of certain frequencies being sensed as sound by the brain.
>> Science proves that temporal bone vibration can be used to cause
> auditory pseudohallucinations.
>> As far as direct electric nerve stimulation the only sound you could
> possibly hear is the frying of nerves and other tissues by the
> electrically-generated heat. Along with that maybe paralysis,
> numbness, and death. Music is totally out of the question.
So the problem is in the heat generated by electrical components.
I wonder if it'd be possible to use some kind of liquid to cool the
components down..liquid helium, for example.