Last week, with electrode-studded headbands strapped to their scalps, three percussionists banged out a cacophony of sound and rythm at a performance/neuroscience experiment titled “trio for percussion and brain waves.” As a rapt audience watched, sounds issued fro three laptops connected to the drummers by Bluetooth technology. The musicians’ brainwaves travelled through the air, triggering tones from the computers before leaping to life on the 12-foot-high screen hanging behind them. The performance was part of an experiment designed by David Sulzer, a neuroscientist at New York’s Columbia University. It demonstrated his idea that thinking about an action could stimulate the brain in much the same way as carrying it out.” Source: TheScientist.com

David Sulzer’s idea?   I think it’s a bit older than that.

“He that looketh on a woman to lust after her, hath committed adultery already in his heart. “  (Matt. 5:28, 3 Nephi 12:18, D&C 63:16.)