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Being Microchip is mainstream for Citizens Now!

serfserf Member Posts: 9,217 ✭✭✭✭
edited April 2022 in Politics

It's optional for now but one day soon mandatory for all.just watch.Big brother is watching us more and more and nobody seems to care.

Of course many will say it all voluntary and you can get added incentives from retailers. Kind'a like loading up on those phone grocery apps on your cell phones now so you can be tracked by the all those retailers.

Just think soon Elon Musk will have your augmented Brain Bio-chip ready to be installed this year with a free twitter account. Soon cell phones will be obsolete from yesterday gadgets and they will be able to program your brain cells to learn more exciting new things they have set up for you!


"This technology has been used in animals for years," he argues. "They are very small, inert objects. There are no risks."

The Government is working feverishly to help US all use this Technology for health reasons only. Just make sure you don't have a Brain disorder that needs attention to function in their new world order society however and just use Elon's Twitter system instead of CNN or Fox network for all your needs and wants.😁


BRAIN Initiative NIH funding in Fiscal Year 2014. These areas of priority are reflected in this report and, ultimately, will be incorporated into the working group’s broader scientific plan detailing a larger vision, timelines and milestones.The goals voiced in the charge from the President and from the NIH Director are bold and ambitious. The working group agreed that in its initial stages, the best way to enable these goals is to accelerate technology development, as reflected in the name of the BRAIN Initiative: “Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies.” The focus is not on technology per se, but on the development and use of tools for acquiring fundamental insight about how the nervous system functions in health and disease. In addition, since this initiative is only one part of the NIH’s substantial investment in basic and translational neuroscience, these technologies were evaluated for their potential to accelerate and advance other areas of neuroscience as well.In analyzing these goals and the current state of neuroscience, the working group identified the analysis of circuits of interacting neurons as being particularly rich in opportunity, with potential for revolutionary advances. Truly understanding a circuit requires identifying and characterizing the component cells, defining their synaptic connections with one another, observing their dynamic patterns of activity in vivo during behavior, and perturbing these patterns to test their significance. It also requires an understanding of the algorithms that govern information processing within a circuit, and between interacting circuits in the brain as a whole. With these considerations in mind, the working group consulted extensively with the scientific community to evaluate challenges and opportunities in the field. Over the past four months, the working group met seven times and held workshops with invited experts to discuss technologies in chemistry and molecular biology; electrophysiology and optics; structural neurobiology; computation, theory, and data analysis; and human neuroscience


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