Soldiers Can Control Up To Three Warplanes With BRAIN Implant

What's the new threat posed by someone around the world which would warrant the need for Jets to be piloted by "anyone" but with their mind?



You don't have to be in the military to have one of these implants put inside your head. You just need the person wanting it to have a lot of money.






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How much does terrorists have right now? How many scientists are working on this and other "crazy stuff we don't need" that flies in the face of humanity?

We do need technology for people with disabilities which is where this technology is from (pretty much).

Allowing disabled, less able bodied people to gain actions and movements is amazing and should be further along than where it is now.












But what I have a deep suspicion about is, the military industrial complex with all it's leaks and selling to the highest bidder - having their scientists twist it and use it for using the brain to telepathically control stealth Jets to drop bombs on another human being. Pro life.




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It's not sophisticated technology, it's not a leap in advanced technology - let's call it what it is!

It's underhanded, it's manipulation of soldiers and it's evil. Calling it sophisticated or advanced technology legitimises it.

It's not legitimate, it's telepathic powers been misused. That's how I feel about this.





It's just not what humans were put on this Earth for. To use our brains to steer bombs on to people?




Here's one of the stories:

The Star:

The US military's Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is launching a new generation of warplanes which are flown by a pilot sitting hundreds of miles away with an implant in their brain.












Using sophisticated brain-computer interfaces (BCI), soldiers will be able to pilot up to three jets at once with just their thoughts.


New MIND-CONTROL jets mean soldiers can control up to three warplanes with BRAIN implant.

A STUNNING breakthrough in new war weapons has been announced - one which will see soldiers control military planes with their minds. 



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Top US scientists have been working on the scheme since 2015.

Back in 2016, a pilot hooked up to a neural implant was able to pilot an aircraft in a flight simulator while keeping two other planes in formation.

In 2017, a pilot steered a plane through another simulation, this time by receiving haptic feedback - meaning the implant created a tingling sensation in their hands.

A spokesman for DARPA explained to US media how the technology works.

The BCI uses electrodes which have been implanted in and on the brain's sensory and motor cortices. Because of this, so far the experiments have been restricted to pilots with at least some degree of paralysis.


That means the pilots already had brain electrodes installed or were about to undergo surgery anyway. Justin Sanchez, director of DARPA's Biological Technologies Office, unveiled the project at DARPA's 60th-anniversary event this month.

"As of today, signals from the brain can be used to command and control not just one aircraft but three simultaneous types of aircraft," he said.

DARPA has recently launched a new Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3) program to make a cap which will sit on top of the pilot's head and won't involve brain implants.




Al Emondi, head of the N3 program, said:


"The envisioned N3 system would be a tool that the user could wield for the duration of a task or mission, then put aside.

A groundbreaking device has been created that could allow soldiers to control military equipment and vehicles with just their thoughts.

Scientists from several universities in the US have created a new “brain-computer interface strip”.

The device is connected to the upper neck, picks up on brain signals and converts them to digital information.

These signals could be used to steer vehicle or control other computers.












Typically, these devices need to be connected to other machines and often require conductive jelly to work.

An example of flying a plane with your brain:




Guys, i'd like to hear your thoughts on this as you've heard mine, cheers.

Source The Star Mind Control.
Source The Star Brain Chip.
Source Getty.
Source DARPA.
Source Reference Wired YouTube.

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