stage_directions t1_ix26n2s wrote

No, you don't. And no, it isn't.

But let's play.

What's your noise floor in the gamma band at the finest spatial resolution you can achieve, and what is that resolution?

What is the most prominent source of noise in the data you collect?

Typically, to achieve measurable retransmission of RF waves you need to get a lot of particles spin-aligned, otherwise the fields generated by their randomly distributed spins cancel each other out. How do you overcome this without imposing an incredibly strong field? Typically the field required is strong enough to rip incompatible implants straight out of the body, and generating it requires the use of superconductors - and neither of these things would likely go unnoticed by those being measured.

...I've just got so many questions for you, but will leave you these three to see if you can/will actually play ball.