There is an urban legend that says that signals transmitted to the human brain can be stopped by wearing a tin foil hat. It is theoretically possible for tachyonic emissions to be absorbed by water to create a frequency that resembles brain wave patterns. Our bodies are made mostly of water and our skull could act like a tachyon detector. These waves can be absorbed by a good conductor like tin foil. This allows it to become possible for someone to wear a tin foil hat to then become immune to this happening. It seems like it could be possible to scramble someone’s brains through time, even though they are wearing a tin foil hat. One could send a deconstructive tachyonic wave to join the tachyon wave just at the moment it hits the tin foil hat. The wave could have deconstructive interference just long enough for it to pass through the tin foil. It could be cancelled out just long enough to pass by to then enter the subject’s brain.