no need for keystrokes or voices. I created this tweet just by thinking it. #helloworldbci
— Thomas Oxley (@tomoxl) December 23, 2021
A company that implants neural computer interfaces into the brain says a patient with a nervous system disease that left him motionless was able to share a post on social media by just thinking it.
A 62-year-old man in Australia diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – a disease that causes paralysis – is now able to communicate thoughts with others with no muscle activity involved. On Thursday, he published a post on social media “using only direct thought,” the company that enabled him to do so, Synchron, announced.
“I created this tweet just by thinking it” – the tweet read, said to be posted by Philip O’Keefe to the account of Synchron CEO Thomas Oxley.
The ‘first direct-thought tweet’ was created wirelessly from O’Keefe’s brain, according to the company. Following progressive paralysis caused by ALS, the man had a brain computer interface called ‘Stentrode’ installed last year. The implant, “designed to enable patients to wirelessly control digital devices through thought,” was inserted via the jugular vein to avoid drilling into the skull.
There’s a lot to say about this. I’ve said a lot about it over the years.
The most obvious thing is that people are going to be able to hack your brain if you have one of these neural implants. If you were a conspiracy theorist, you might wonder if that wasn’t in fact the plan of the people creating these devices.
Elon Musk just came out and said that Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta idea is retarded because those headsets make people sick and can harm your eyes. So it’s much better to get a brain implant.
Musk: I don’t know if it is necessary to believe in # ‘meta universe’. He also pointed out that wearing virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) headsets can harm the body and even seriously harm the eyes. pic.twitter.com/WLqpWE62Mb
— Louise Amy🇺🇸 (@Amy89513) December 23, 2021
In a new interview with ‘The Babylon Bee,’ Elon Musk criticized the concept of Metaverse. . . .
— TechGalena (@techgalena) December 25, 2021
Given Musk’s track record, the implant would probably explode inside of your head.
But also knowing Musk, this is probably never going to actually be developed.
Elon Musk says the Metaverse is closer than we think. The digital age will have everyone slowly turning into a cyborg 🤖 pic.twitter.com/gxBxRmlHQw
— MetaTech (@meta_tech_) December 21, 2021
The brain tweet is for sure creepy, but it’s a long way away from a Matrix style brain plug into virtual reality.
Ultimately, it is obvious that the entire global homo Western order is going to collapse long before any technology like this exists. That’s why Musk is so frustrated with the way the Democrats and the whole WEF cartel is running the world.
- Go Off, King: Elon Musk Condemns Lunatic Spending of The Brandon Entity
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We’re going to remain human.
Some of us.
The vax really is the first part of this transhumanist agenda, as it is a genetic engineering program on a massive scale, which they are trying to force everyone to participate in.
The Musk interview with the Babylon Bee is kinda okay though.
It’s very funny to me that I have pretty much the diametric opposite vision of the future, and yet share virtually all of the same criticisms of the system.