An Australian primary school predicted “microchips in student’s brains” within 10 years before subsequently deleting the newsletter that contained the creepy prophecy.
In a recent newsletter, Preston West, a primary school in Australia, mentioned that they imagine children having microchips in their brains in the next ten years.
In the Principal’s Note, Cheryl Bondeson, head of the school wrote:
In 10 years we imagine education Preston West Primary will: • Have more buildings and development. • Technological advances for teachers and students. Far more learning will be on a screen. • Microchips in students brains to promote intelligence and memory. • More mental health awareness and different styles for learning
Subsequently all the newsletters have been deleted from the school’s website. proof it was originally posted can be seen via the Google search cache below.
Clinical trials of the first commercial Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) system, developed by Synchron, have started in the United States. If the trials are deemed successful, the system could be used everywhere, and patients with paralysis could once again be in contact with the outside world.
When implanted, Stentrode electrodes travel through the blood vessels to the brain (in Neuralink they are implanted directly into the skull), and the system begins to translate brain activity into electrical signals, allowing you to work with text messages, email, online shopping or other relatively simple tasks.
So far, Synchron said, such projects have received only permits for short-term series of experiments in the laboratory. However, if the new series of trials is successful, the program will be expanded to allow patients to use the systems on a long-term basis. The next step on the path toward approval would be a wider trial to test for efficacy. If the trials succeed, it will likely be several years before the Stentrode is available for sale.
Nueralink nears human testing of brain chip
Neuralink, the US neurotechnology firm co-founded by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, has begun recruiting key employees to run its clinical trials, signaling that it’s inching closer to starting human testing of its brain implants.
The company has posted advertisements to hire a clinical trial director and a clinical trial coordinator. The ads note that the staffers will “work closely with some of the most innovative doctors and top engineers, as well as working with Neuralink’s first clinical trial participants.” Neuralink said the director will lead and help build its clinical research team and will develop “regulatory interactions that come with a fast-paced and ever-evolving environment.”
Neuralink has already tested its chips in the brains of a macaque monkey and a pig. The company raised eyebrows last April, when it posted footage purporting to show a monkey playing a video game with its mind.
The first human test subjects will be people with severe spinal injuries, such as quadriplegics, Musk said at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council summit. “We have a chance with Neuralink to restore full-body functionality to someone who has a spinal cord injury,” he said.
As per DR (?) Flores: An objective analysis proposes as a possible explanation for the so-called neuroscientific boom the suspicion that transnational technological companies, in illegal association with the US government, the European Community, China and some Latin American governments, are developing, in Latin America, illegal and forced secret neuroscientific human experimentation with brain implants and nanotechnology. This illegal human experimentation would probably have the involvement and confidence of the press, which continually promotes it through reports about the use of brain implants in humans. Suspiciously, scientific magazines of repute, such as Science, Nature, and Scientific American among others, have accepted these surprising neuroscientific research studies.
Facebook, Google, IBM and Elon Musk have all heavily invested in projects related to human brain research and brain-computer interfaces. These tech companies have also made major moves to communist China.
Given the history of secret human experiments by governments around the world, we shouldn’t be surprised at the possibility of this scenario.