Neuralink - Elon Musk Unveils New Implant Which Enables The Brain to Control Devices

It will let you control your fridge, in return the elite can punish you if you type the wrong kind of words on your handheld or say something non-PC. Sounds like a good deal. I know that Cyberpunk romanticized that whole implant stuff, but the reality is that it wouldn't be really independent and dominated by street-wise programmers. The corporations can have backdoors included in everything. Who is sporting an independently produced mobile phone now? Only big corporations can afford the tech and it will be game over once enough people accept the implant. Then they make it mandatory.
 

Deepdiver

Crow
Gold Member
Paracelsus said:
Let's hope these Musk inventions don't explode with the same regularity that his cars and rockets do.

In a way I hope every Tesla Driving Musk loving silicon valley loving liberal gets one of these Neuralblink tesla battery powered implants - then we can all experiment with Red Pill memes to A/B test which of the memes make most of their heads explode at the same time.
 

Cortés

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Mark of the beast anyone?

Technology like this is only a few small steps away from being able to directly control your thoughts, experiences and senses.
 

Garuda

Kingfisher
And the first thing the Neuralinked person said was "Orange Man bad!"

If someone set off an EMP near implanted people or found a way to upload something like Stuxnet into the thing, they're all screwed. They might regret getting that mind reading ability before that though if we congregated around them and used our inner voices to shout "Trump is great!"

The apocalypse though is when the government decides to mandate installation of these things.
 

CaptainS

Hummingbird
In a few years, you'll be able to track the same impulses the implant reads from outside the head. I'll wait.

If all goes as planned, Hodak says, post-op patients will be able to input words into a text message or email simply by thinking them, and to move a cursor with a mouse and navigate web pages mentally, too

Seems like a lot of risk to avoid typing a text message.

How about an implant to stop fat people from overeating or to motivate people to exercise. Instead we're looking for ways to avoid having to move our fingers a little.
 
joost said:
Elon Musk is so full of shit.

- Tesla is unsustainable. It’s burning cash since inception. There’s no enough Lithium to substitute internal combustion engines. And Musk bought Tesla.
- Solar tiles are nice in theory. In practice, waaaay more expensive than the normal panels. Economies of scale won’t help. Elon used Tesla money to buy his cousin’s company (Solar City) before going bankrupt.
- The vacuum tunnel with a maglev train inside is an (at least 10yo) idea by ET3.com. Chinese government was interested but I imagine they realized it’s not feasible after years of testing. Elon stole the idea and made a contest expecting engineers to solve it.

Those “journalists” who praise Musk thinking he’s the real Tony Stark love to make such articles only useful to play with people's imaginations. I wonder if they even talked to a neurologist about the feasibility.


To give Musk some credit, SpaceX is doing a good job. Like always, the private sector being more efficient than governments.

I'm not too familiar with the space industry. Any chance you could elaborate on why you think SpaceX is doing a good job?
 

Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
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In comparison to US government whose space shuttles explode with astronauts inside or get scrapped so a bunch of cucks can spend more on climate change propaganda, it's hard to not do a wonderful job.
 

Arado

Pelican
Gold Member
There's a lot of skepticism on this thread - no one is denying that this tech is risky, but are you sure that it won't work? Maybe not next year, but what about a decade from now?

And if it works, wouldn't those that use it gain a competitive advantage over others (in work, dating, warfare, athletics, negotiations, etc) that those who don't use it will be at a huge disadvantage?
 

joost

Kingfisher
Genghis Khan said:
I'm not too familiar with the space industry. Any chance you could elaborate on why you think SpaceX is doing a good job?

SpaceX is able to send payloads to space cheaper than the competition. So they were able to close a contract with NASA.

I have no idea about SpaceX accounting though.
 
pitbullowner said:
This is how we get skynet....NO THANK YOU

Actually this is far worse than Skynet as the latter relied solely on external robots.

This is how we get The Matrix, replete with humans sleeping in incubators, as the AI will be plugged directly into our brains, modulating our very perception of reality.

If I was a conspiracy nut, I would say that the movie The Matrix was actually predictive programming. Interesting how the two brothers who directed that movie eventually both transitioned from male to female - almost as if they themselves were under some form of mind control, with their very lives used as a negative meme for fanboys. I wonder now if they even wrote and directed the movie or if they were merely front men (or front women!)
 
Arado said:
There's a lot of skepticism on this thread - no one is denying that this tech is risky, but are you sure that it won't work? Maybe not next year, but what about a decade from now?

And if it works, wouldn't those that use it gain a competitive advantage over others (in work, dating, warfare, athletics, negotiations, etc) that those who don't use it will be at a huge disadvantage?

It's not clear whether it will be possible to do anything truly useful. By that I mean downloading and learning languages, entire study courses within a few hours like in the Matrix. Obviously when you can become a doctor, nuclear physicist and engineer within a week or a month with the tech, then the advantages will be tremendous. But that is pure future-talk and only science fiction.

Currently any chipping used and applied is utterly ridiculous and is planned to open doors and have your personal data, bank details on it. And that is frankly the main idea they had for it. Honestly I don't even think that they would want humans to have such tremendous learning capability or anything expanding the mental capacity. That would make the poeple less controllable by far.

Nah - the use is for them to fully control and oversee you, have your banking details on it and maybe a punishment/manipulation switch so that they can manipulate you.
 
Spread the message of external expansion, not internal. As humans we were designed by the creator to walk 40 miles a day and hunt wild game, whether it be a woman for breeding or an animal for eating. All of this internal shit is going in the wrong direction. Everything technological that comes out is one step backwards from our inherent progress.

Everything is just people becoming lazier and dumber. Plenty of dead Greeks and Romans who could build a civilization in the sand and dirt better than any one of these globohomo think tank proponents could do with the culmination of human technology (in this age however).

Mandated or not, tell the NWO Soycialists to fuck off, and their gubmint lackeys too. Too much fearmongering, I would rather be dead that put plastic or metal circuitry in my body to connect to something inherently worthless and spiritually evil.
 

Arado

Pelican
Gold Member
Simeon_Strangelight said:
Arado said:
There's a lot of skepticism on this thread - no one is denying that this tech is risky, but are you sure that it won't work? Maybe not next year, but what about a decade from now?

And if it works, wouldn't those that use it gain a competitive advantage over others (in work, dating, warfare, athletics, negotiations, etc) that those who don't use it will be at a huge disadvantage?

It's not clear whether it will be possible to do anything truly useful. By that I mean downloading and learning languages, entire study courses within a few hours like in the Matrix. Obviously when you can become a doctor, nuclear physicist and engineer within a week or a month with the tech, then the advantages will be tremendous. But that is pure future-talk and only science fiction.

Currently any chipping used and applied is utterly ridiculous and is planned to open doors and have your personal data, bank details on it. And that is frankly the main idea they had for it. Honestly I don't even think that they would want humans to have such tremendous learning capability or anything expanding the mental capacity. That would make the poeple less controllable by far.

Nah - the use is for them to fully control and oversee you, have your banking details on it and maybe a punishment/manipulation switch so that they can manipulate you.

For now, it will allow the disabled to walk again, which is pretty amazing. If I was missing my legs I wouldn't care about globalists, I would want to walk again!

Think a bit further in the future - a team involved in a negotiation, or fighting a battle, or playing a sport, could communicate instantaneously and seamlessly through thought alone - that's what I see this technology eventually achieving. If Western nations reject it, super soldiers from China may not.

As an individual you wouldn't have to check your phone to look up a fact or do any type of calculation. Imagine not only being linked to the internet, but to superintelligent AI as well.

There will be little need to even study any fact-based subject like medicine - a doctor could just look up studies and obscure medical references on the spot without the patient even knowing.

Or if you are on a date you can hook yourself up to an AI dating advisor which will analyze body language and voice tone to advise you what strategies to take, the date being none the wiser.

The possibilities are endless if you look at how this evolves a decade or two down the road. I don't think we should dismiss this out of hand just because of "globalist control" or blind hatred of Elon Musk.

These types of transhumanist technology will just create an uber elite of the .1% who can afford it and the masses who can't. Don't be left behind - your guns and cabin in the woods aren't going to protect you.
 
Simeon_Strangelight said:
< External expansion was rejected by the globalists. They preferred to establish a prison-planet with a controllable limited population that they can rule over for millennia.

Of course, so that's why we must spread it with fervor. Anything globalist turds reject is something to be embraced. Everything they cherish is something to crush, the same way they view us. They become emotional when faced with the inherent manifest destiny in each race, especially Europeans, so our difference is that our spreading of external expansion should be encouraged from all angles. Whatever globohomo comes up with will be denied from me with extreme prejudice. All in-step, it is by nature that we must oppose them. It's Hegelian dialectics, not personal animosity.
 

Thomas More

Hummingbird
Genghis Khan said:
joost said:
Elon Musk is so full of shit.

- Tesla is unsustainable. It’s burning cash since inception. There’s no enough Lithium to substitute internal combustion engines. And Musk bought Tesla.
- Solar tiles are nice in theory. In practice, waaaay more expensive than the normal panels. Economies of scale won’t help. Elon used Tesla money to buy his cousin’s company (Solar City) before going bankrupt.
- The vacuum tunnel with a maglev train inside is an (at least 10yo) idea by ET3.com. Chinese government was interested but I imagine they realized it’s not feasible after years of testing. Elon stole the idea and made a contest expecting engineers to solve it.

Those “journalists” who praise Musk thinking he’s the real Tony Stark love to make such articles only useful to play with people's imaginations. I wonder if they even talked to a neurologist about the feasibility.


To give Musk some credit, SpaceX is doing a good job. Like always, the private sector being more efficient than governments.

I'm not too familiar with the space industry. Any chance you could elaborate on why you think SpaceX is doing a good job?

They have reduced the self landing, reusable first stage to practice, which greatly lowers the cost of launch. In addition, as a private company actually trying to be efficient, they are far cheaper than any other legacy launch systems, such as those by Lockheed Martin, Boeing, or Eurospace. They are already making significant progress on the next generation of launcher that will reduce launch costs still further. It's likely this will finally include the long dreamed of capability for sub-orbital airline flights that can go from New York to Tokyo in an hour.

The legacy space launch manufacturers are still stuck in the mode of doing government contracts for Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) for their launchers, and can't even begin to compete. SpaceX is at least 15 years ahead of these others, even if they apply themselves to simply copy what he's already done.

So, SpaceX is way ahead on launch technology, and they also have an efficient, private-enterprise-based approach that runs circles around the government contractor based launch systems (everybody else).
 
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