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Virtual Reality Humanity’s Last Invention By: Ryan Sanders
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Areas to be Affected: Societal Interaction Methods of Persuasion Personality Control
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Alienation Automobile Virtual Reality
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Methods of Persuasion Torture Suggested Realities Phobias Greatest Fears
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Personality Control Currently Unknown Lead to fighting
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Conclusion Alienation Degradation of Society Torture Personality Control Loss of human rights Conflict
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Bibliography “Wolf Spider.” < prometheus.med.utah.edu/.../index.html >. “Funnel Web Spider.” < www.virginmedia.com/.../spiders.php?ssid=6 >. “Computer Vortex.” < http://3d-metropolis.com/digital/autodesk-3ds-max >.
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