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Researchers Develop Wireless Networks That Allow Brain Circuits to Be Controlled Remotely Through the Internet



Northern Flash

Let's go Brandon!
Oh yea, this is gonna end well.

It will start out as voluntary, then become mandatory for elderly, then the age requirements will drop, and eventually children from 5-11 years old will be forced to get it.
Sound familiar?


On a final dispatch, do not get anymore tomorrows.
No I think it will be marketed as some form of vice. sez sells for example. Then once tens of millions are on it fire em up.

Something like this would be over my dead body. Anyone coming around with the damn thing will have a risk of being killed.


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The wireless ecosystem only requires a mini-computer that can be purchased for under $45, which connects to the internet and communicates with wireless multifunctional brain probes or other types of conventional laboratory equipment using IoT control modules. By optimally integrating the versatility and modular construction of both unique IoT hardware and software within a single ecosystem, this wireless technology offers new applications that have not been demonstrated before by a single standalone technology. This includes, but is not limited to minimalistic hardware, global remote access, selective and scheduled experiments, customizable automation, and high-throughput scalability.

“As long as researchers have internet access, they are able to trigger, customize, stop, validate, and store the outcomes of large experiments at any time and from anywhere in the world. They can remotely perform large-scale neuroscience experiments in animals deployed in multiple countries,” said one of the lead authors, Dr. Raza Qazi, a researcher with KAIST and the University of Colorado, Boulder. “The low cost of this system allows it to be easily adopted and can further fuel innovation across many laboratories,” Dr. Qazi added.


US Gov Hears Foreign Corps More Than Nonunions
It's the reason for vaccine mandates according to some...the "conspiracy theories" say that graphine oxide and maybe the metals and these "things" a role...along with 5G.



On a final dispatch, do not get anymore tomorrows.
Usually you need very cold temperatures to store live organisms aka parasites in vials. there has been a constant drip of reports about that. Ivermectin happens to be anti parasitical.

A giggling child in pre school can move two blocks and say the answer is two. Therefore it must be right. Things add up.

I view and visit this site in Bing. They actually tried to block the video specifically from playing. Mozilla allows it because the host site Rumble is it's own outfit and served the video nicely.