#4
Just print it out and take it to a store that sells all of those electronics. I'd be surprised if it actually worked though.
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#6
what do you connect that too? the ones that monitor heart rate and galvinic skin response aren't even that good, I can't imagine that one working very well.
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#7
take a G capacitor and attach it to an oogle. then just add a com or two and you're good to go!
#8
plug it into a flux capacitor
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You realize that polygraph tests aren't taken very seriously in the medical field, right? The physiological signs that they measures aren't strongly correlated with lying. The false positive/negative rate is ridiculously high.
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#10
yeah less than like 20% accurate is a figure I've heard
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#11
Yeah good luck with that....
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#12
3 2N2222 transistors should work just fine. Or the cheaper equivalant is NTE123.
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