posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 01:04 PM
This looks great until it becomes involuntary, and when hacking a brain is a reality. Nobody says control feels good (I think it hurts really bad and
can make you go insane), and this could bring some cyborg slaves. And, in theory, if they have it wired they can do it wireless with some wifi and
implants. Honestly because the everyday person is reading this, you know a secret government project somewhere has already got the wireless, already
have the chip-less mind control. I think the US Navy has it but it's not being publicized. Those cell towers are on human brain frequency bands for
The poor little rat with the giant cybernetic hat. The scientists couldn't even make a stylish implant, they had to put LED horns on the rat, so they
could see it in a maze. What is this one's name, Namtar, after the Mesopotamian god of death? Could be a messenger too -- let me check my iRat, find
some rat-mail. Careful, the bluetooth-enambled ones (that's not a typo, enambled, amble/move, look I made a word) could give you rabies virus, a side
effect of government research on biological weaponry.
Quantum consciousness singularity my foot. There are already people with zero implants that can manipulate electronics with consciousness alone, and
brain-reading programs with external computer details. So why the need for prosthetics, reverse engineered from alien technology (the wormy aliens in
the grey-suits, they use chips to manipulate those engineered bodies - the satans) when you can do it yourself? This takes away free will.
Guaranteed it will have a "positive impact on human social behavior" as the article states. I imagine it can be used coupled with a mutant DSM book
to include future mental illnesses like "refusal to obey disorder"; out of nowhere you get alien hand sydrome and an implant tries to make you kill
yourself for thinking differently. Also a Faustian deal with the mark of the beast implant.
edit on 5-4-2013 by Sandalphon because: (no reason