Things are beginning to get weird: Hello, mind control! Researchers at the University of Washington say they've created the first non-invasive brain interface between two humans--i.e., they've basically achieved telepathy. Previous work has allowed basic communication between two brains, but this is the first time it's been shown in two humans. In February, a Duke University team managed to link the brains of two rats, one in North Carolina and one in Brazil, to solve basic puzzles together. Then, earlier this summer, Harvard University researchers demonstrated a brain-to-brain interface between a human and a rat, allowing a man to control the rat's tail with his mind. Soon, forget media placement: we'll just beam the ads straight into your brain.