Kristan T. Harris | The Rundown Live
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been awarded the task of creating a ‘black box’ for your brain through its Defense Sciences department. Much like the black box used in airplanes the microchip brain implant will record your every moment and make it possible to obtain information of your final moments.
The University of Utah has already developed a similar chip. The brain chip delivers signals from an external source directly into the brain for interpretation. DARPA’s unit will undoubtedly be far more advanced.
MIT touts they can now implant memories in your brain. In recent news an American Navy vet woke up in a motel 6 without any memories of his life and only could speak Swedish. However, all his identification and evidence provided proved he was American.
The black box is being lobbied as a great tool that will help restore memories for wounded soldiers who experience brain damage. If the soldier has a black box implanted in their brain, then it may be possible to overcome memory loss quickly and easily.
Science magazine Geek.com boasts in favor of the trans-humanist technology stating that “research is important well beyond use in soldiers, and could become a key “upgrade” for humans in the coming decades.”
The implant will begin with military personnel, however, it wont be long until this technology is extended to citizens in coming decades. Will humans be ready to integrate machines with their body and even download all their thoughts? Will there be a kill switch put into these black box chips destroying the soldier and information?
Subsequently, technology growth in this area is exploding. We are close to seeing a break away society where only the elite will be able to afford to live forever. Science now has the ability to clone you a new body, implant your thoughts and memories into it and keep your information alive.
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