October 21, 2019

DARPA is implanting chips in soldiers’ brains

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*Editor’s Note* – I was once told that if I could imagine something regarding technology might some day exist, the chances were pretty good it already does, especially at the military level.

So, the Pentagon “hopes” to one day devise a “chip” for a brain that will not only “enhance performance” but can repair the brain once war has destroyed it. Don’t hold your breath on the repairing job. If nothing else consider that a man, not God, can make your brain “repaired” as he or she might so determine. What could possibly go wrong?

It doesn’t take much of an imagination to foresee something that is probably already taking place. We know that “chips” are tiny enough to be injected into the blood stream, therefore, you and I and everybody else might already have an implant IF we have had any kind of an injection.

Unless you already have a chip in your brain, consider that seldom – like never – is anything of technological progression, always and only used for good things. If the military is already going public with the idea that some day they hope a chip can “enhance performance,” it’s a solid assumption they already are doing it. And, if this chip can “enhance performance” it can, through the control of persons, do other things that are not very good. This is, in fact, the evil that men do.

In the 1895 book by H.G. Wells, The Time Machine, there were thoughts then, as portrayed in the movie of 1960, of the ease of mind control. We might just be kidding ourselves to think that today, it isn’t happening but might in the future.

For decades, DARPA, the secretive research arm of the Department of Defense, has dreamed of turning soldiers into cyborgs. And now it’s finally happening. The agency has funded projects that involve implanting chips into soldiers’ brains that they hope will enhance performance on the battlefield and repair traumatized brains once the fog of war has lifted.

Source: DARPA is implanting chips in soldiers’ brains, according to this new book | Fusion

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