Future biotechnology could make prisoners think they are in jail for 1,000 years

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Manipulations of a neurotransmitter could give criminals more prison time within a shorter-length sentence.

Oxford University’s Rebecca Roache has some thoughts about how we could treat our criminals differently. She envisions a future where we can use chemicals to manipulate an inmates sense of time. Through these chemicals, a criminal could be made to feel like she or he is spending 1,000 years in jail, even though the person might only be in jail for days or months or a year.

 

 

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