DARPA TEST MIND CONTROL CHIPS

Jeremiah Anderson
Jeremiah Anderson

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AI brain implants that can change a person's mood are tested on HUMANS by the US military
Chips were created by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Algorithms detect patterns of brain activity associated with mood disorders
Electric shocks jolt a patient's brain back into a healthy state automatically
Shocks to specific regions improved empathy and the ability to concentrate
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The US military has begun testing AI brain implants that can change a person's mood on humans.
These 'mind control' chips emit electronic pulses that alter brain chemistry in a process called 'deep brain stimulation.'
If they prove successful, the devices could be used to treat a number of mental health conditions and to ensure a better response to therapy.
The chips are the work of scientists at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a branch of the US Department of Defense which develops new technologies for the military.
Researchers from the University of California (UC) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) designed them to use artificial intelligence algorithms that detect patterns of activity associated with mood disorders.
Once detected, they can shock a patient's brain back into a healthy state automatically.
Experts believe the chips could be beneficial to patients with a range of illnesses, from Parkinson's disease to chronic depression.
Speaking to Nature, Edward Chang, a neuroscientist at the University of California, said: 'We’ve learned a lot about the limitations of our current technology.
'The exciting thing about these technologies is that for the first time we’re going to have a window on the brain where we know what’s happening in the brain when someone relapses.'
The chips were tested in six people who have epilepsy and already have electrodes implanted in their brains to track their seizures.
Through these electrodes, the researchers were able to track what was happening in their brains throughout the day.
Older implants are constantly doing this, but the new approach lets the team deliver a shock as and when is needed.
By tracking a patient's brain activity over the course of one to three weeks, they were able to create an algorithm to ‘decode’ their moods.
The MGH team then discovered that by delivering shocks to regions of the brain that deal with decision-making and emotions, participants performed significantly better in set tasks.
This included matching images of numbers or identifying emotions on faces.
Difficulties with concentration and problems with empathy are characteristics of a range of mood disorders.
Although researchers won't be able to read people's minds, the chips do raise a number of ethical concerns.
Alik Widge, engineering director of the MGH team, added: 'We will have access to activity that encodes their feelings.'
Dr Widge’s group is working with neuroethicists to address the moral implications of their work.

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall

Simple solution - don't get the implants then.
Enjoy this kike-free first post

Eli Sanchez
Eli Sanchez

see if this shit was used for good it, but you know they are gonna just use it to stop wrong think.

Colton Gutierrez
Colton Gutierrez

until the jew (((installs it for you)))

then you become (((good goyim)))

Zachary Murphy
Zachary Murphy

Easiest solution? Get a good ole fashioned revolution with your 2nd amendment right and go fix the country. Then you don't have to worry about a chip. Aside from that, enjoy being cattle and don't complain when you fail to act now and because you have something to lose
Inb4 FBI

Adrian Ross
Adrian Ross

oy vey forced implants won't happen goy
implying there's a "good" way to use it

Grayson Davis
Grayson Davis

run out of ideas to make the population work together
starts becoming synths
Good luck with that one bud

Jeremiah Rogers
Jeremiah Rogers

there is actually, there are people with legitimate brain disorders that probably would benefit from this, but thats not gonna be its purpose.

Isaac Johnson
Isaac Johnson

All right, so this is a thing now. If it continues people will get it. Someday we may wish to get them out of it.

What would be the best way to disable these chips? Surgical removal? Can microwaves, EMP, or radio waves possibly disable them?

Nicholas Lopez
Nicholas Lopez

the chips do raise a number of ethical concerns.
Dr Widge’s group is working with neuroethicists to address the moral implications of their work.

lel

Jews and shitskins on 'ethics' panels deciding this.

Jews in (((psychology))) determining that you're "eligible" and suggesting the chip to you.

Andrew Jenkins
Andrew Jenkins

Jews wouldn't mutilate people's bodies without their permissions!

who what now?

Jonathan Collins
Jonathan Collins

yes, it may also help drug addicts

but it's also definitely, being that it's sponsored by military government, going to be used as a weapon of mass suppression for the (((chosen)))

Andrew Rodriguez
Andrew Rodriguez

probably an EMP, cause it wont harm the person for the most part.
did someone say synths?

Jonathan Wright
Jonathan Wright

Faraday Cage hats

Aiden Cruz
Aiden Cruz

Whoops meant Farageday Cage hats

Hunter Perry
Hunter Perry

When people have strokes, they can sometimes reroute the neural pathways in order to, for instance, talk again. Couldn't that eventually happen with this bullshit as well?

Electric shocks jolt a patient's brain back into a healthy state automatically

Vid related

John Powell
John Powell

What would be the best way to disable these chips?

Stick a fork in an outlet.

Ethan Clark
Ethan Clark

boy how could anyone want thi-

iPhone 15 now attached directly to your vertebrae

wtf put Steve jobs on the dollar bill

Wyatt Davis
Wyatt Davis

The "good" use of this would be to treat mood disorders. Even if it's used exactly how it's advertised on the tin it really amounts to keeping the population happy and docile. That's bad if the society really is shit and in need of change.

Asher Rogers
Asher Rogers

Find and kill ALL darpa employees

Dylan Perry
Dylan Perry

oh look, more transhumanist hyperbole
What transhumanists think this story says:
~high priests of atheism~ scientists can read your thoughts and have developed a chip to change and control them! I fucking love science!
What it actually says:
Algorithms detect patterns of brain activity associated with mood disorders
Electric shocks jolt a patient's brain back into a healthy state automatically
Analogy:
Guessing that a game is being played by viewing the motherboard of a computer through a thermal camera and seeing the GPU heat up.
The "thought" is "gfx intensive game"
Guessing that large files are being copied by seeing the SATA controller heat up.
The "thought" is "disk activity"
Guessing that a USB peripheral is active by seeing the USB hub heat up.
The "thought" is "usb activity"
The information delivered by an fMRI or sensing of electrical activity is about as detailed as a very rough thermal image.
It's pure guesswork and no "thoughts" are being read any more than you can read the lines of code or see the packets of data being sent down the SATA bus by peering into a FLIR image.
Transhumanist fanatics btfo.
No chip is going to make you think that you like non-Whites, because science has not the first fucking idea of how to read the contents of the mind, it's pure correlation and guesswork based on prior measurement.
Stories like this have high repost/sharing rate because teenage "transhumanists" with short, weak bodies, who wish they could understand the stuff the smart kids read, or who haven't accepted their own mortality and (foolishly) believe that the elites are going to upload them to "the cloud" to live the life of a chad, get a giddy feeling in their balls from sharing the fantasy and revelling in a completely overstated belief in how much is understood about the human mind.

Jaxson Garcia
Jaxson Garcia

nigger, where do you think you are right now?

Adrian Sanders
Adrian Sanders

Pretty sure I can overload and toast this AI brain implant by spending enough time on imageboards. Tfw we are soon the only ones that can't be controlled.

Xavier Jackson
Xavier Jackson

next step a death jolt for a select minority immune to the technology.

Aaron Parker
Aaron Parker

(((NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR)))

Josiah Nelson
Josiah Nelson

increase in empathy
So it's an anti-socjus mentality chip?
In a more noble world this would be a thing to celebrate, like the invention of the pacemaker. We however live in a low tier cyber dystopia. I bet this is already in McCain's brain.

James Watson
James Watson

darpa is going to test mind control computer chips

That means they already have and it works

Hunter Ross
Hunter Ross

They've likely been testing it for the last 3o years and have it down to the size of an injectable wire coil and a nanochip.
If anyone from that age old space elevator thread happens to still have the sauce for the injectable wire coil please post it. I'm gonna go look for it, but it'd be more convenient for one of y'all to post it.

Jason Barnes
Jason Barnes

(Fugg'd)
Found it.
engadget.com/2016/10/14/harvard-injectable-wire-mesh-parkinsons/
archive.is/TcgZH

technologyreview.com/s/602488/injectable-wires-for-fixing-the-brain/
archive.is/zqoHy

Ryan Ward
Ryan Ward

Probably what was planted in his brain when he supposedly had that tumor removed. He is the tumor. You'd have to kill him to cure the cancer.
The only way they can actually stop us is to kill us all, or to do orwellian shit like this.
It's an odd kind of feel. The kind of feel that at once bolsters my resolve and makes me stagger for a moment to grip what's being put forward.
Godsdamn, I miss Hitler.

Nolan Bennett
Nolan Bennett

It's going to be used for people I helps - and military veterans. Then active duty soldiers. Eventually perhaps everyone. It's going to work, and you're going to be taking part voluntarily. Unless you're an active duty soldier. Have fun, patriotic brainslaves!

I can't speak for all transhumanists, but neither can the bitter losers here - when did you ever meet someone who wants to be uploaded? Completely out of touch.

Blake Green
Blake Green

This absolutely has to be stopped. We have to get everyone against this and demand that Trump shut it down. Even the leftyfags and anarchokiddies need to participate. This is a threat to all mankind.

Cooper Smith
Cooper Smith

Could be used to help drug addicts recover, smokers quit smoking, alcoholics stop drinking, habitual masturbators stop fapping, etc. Hell, it may even be able to cure gender dysphoria/gender identity disorder and maybe even homosexuality.

If it were, you know, used for good. It obviously won't be. This fucking thing will be installed by the Handicapper General at birth to promote equality until there's no one left who knows how to manufacture, install, or service them. At which point, they'll begin to break down and those with them will likely die while those without (Jews, naturally) will be fine.

Landon Barnes
Landon Barnes

I have actually been trying to tell people this sort of thing, incidentally. If you're so broken that you can't survive in a world of human initiative and creativity, if human autonomy wrecks all your plans forever, quit fucking with propaganda and narcissistic manipulation. Take it on at the level of genes and brains. If you are terrified of human nature and can't cope with a world where people can disagree, quit fucking it up with direct manipulations that make people start reciprocating and take it on at the end.

Leo Phillips
Leo Phillips

I think you qwop'd your post there, friendo.
I wonder what's >>10957828

Jose Martin
Jose Martin

Hmm. Hasn't been posted yet. Interdasting..
polite sage for off topic

Christopher Morris
Christopher Morris

Wait.. Must have been deleted.
going back here for a moment..
Last year, a team of Harvard University researchers revealed that they created a wire mesh doctors can inject into the brain to help treat Parkinson's and other neurological diseases. They already successfully tested it on live mice, but now that technology is ready for the next stage: human testing. The mesh made of gold and polymers is so thin, it can coil inside a syringe's needle and doesn't need extensive surgery to insert. Once it's inside your head, it merges with your brain, since the mesh has spaces where neurons can pass through.
A part of it needs to stick out through a small hole in your skull so it can be connected a computer. That connection is necessary to be able to monitor your brain activity and to deliver targeted electric jolts that can prevent neurons from dying off. By preventing the death of neurons, which triggers spasms and tremors, the device can be used to combat Parkinson's and similar diseases. Eventually, the wire mesh could come with an implantable power supply and controls, eliminating the need to be linked to a computer.
Huh. Kinda like a Neural Jack from Shadowrun, or maybe Ghost in the Shell.
Laughing Man did Nothing Wrong, and he was Right about everything
The team believes their creation also has a future in mental health, since it can deliver a more targeted treatment for conditions like depression and schizophrenia than medications can. They'll definitely find out more once human trials begin, and it sounds like it could take place in the near future. According to MIT's Technology Review, the researchers have begun working with doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital and will soon perform experiments on patients with epilepsy.

Levi Johnson
Levi Johnson

"Incident" incoming.

Liam Scott
Liam Scott

(Fugg'd again)
2nd article
Injectable Wires for Fixing the Brain
Novel treatments for neurological diseases might be possible with a flexible mesh that can prod individual brain cells.
In a basement laboratory at Harvard University, a few strands of thin wire mesh are undulating at the bottom of a cup of water, as if in a minuscule ribbon dance. The meshes—about the length of a pen cap—are able to do something unprecedented: once injected into the brain of a living mouse, they can safely stimulate individual neurons and measure the cells’ behavior for more than a year.
Electronic brain interfaces like these could someday be crucial for people with neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s. The disease causes a group of neurons in one area of the brain to begin dying off, triggering uncontrollable tremors and shakes. Sending targeted electrical jolts to this area can help whip the living neurons back into shape and stop Parkinson’s symptoms.
Today people can undergo an electrical treatment called deep brain stimulation. But it has big limitations. It involves implanting rigid, dense electrodes in the brain. That’s far from ideal in such a soft organ: after about four weeks, scar tissue begins to build up. The only way to get the electrodes to work through this tissue is to keep upping the voltage used to excite the neurons. That can be dangerous, and sometimes another surgery is required to replace the implant.

Charles Kelly
Charles Kelly

everyone thinks it's going to be used to turn everyone into a deepstate drone
actually get's used to turn everyone into a vibrant ultra nationalist instead

Connor Martin
Connor Martin

This degenerate short has nothing to do with the convo but your comment brought my mind immediately to it.

Polite sage

Michael Howard
Michael Howard

God what a world we live in, where the most complex and terrifying mental disorders are cured.

Dont get me wrong, its also terrifying if people started using this for control. People like Mark Zuckerberg definitely would love to do that. But God. A time where people can easily get themselves cured of anxiety, sexual deviancy, schizophrenia and tons of mood disorders. What a wonderful time. What a wonderful advancement for science.

Xavier Wood
Xavier Wood

What do experimental treatments for mood disorders have to do with DARPA and national defense? The answer is you need another shock you fucking goy!

Brody Perez
Brody Perez

Surgical removal would be an unnecessary risk and impractical to carry out on a large scale. EMPs damage electronics by inducing a voltage/current spike in them, I suspect it would be a very bad idea to do that to a device connected to electrodes in somebody's brain. Directed radiation would probably do it, and we already have the gear for treating tumors.

But trying to destroy the device is approaching the problem from the most difficult angle. It needs power to operate, especially when its constantly stimulating your brain to keep you the goodest goy. Implanted batteries don't last forever, so they have to be relatively accessible to allow for replacement. The safest and easiest way to disable them would be to just remove the power supply.

Kayden Nguyen
Kayden Nguyen

Something that I love about all this - all the insanity of the planner class is just going to make them the last to benefit. Smaller, humbler people will get the first benefit of the technology. Yea, it's dispiriting that human leadership is so emotionally incontinent that they crack, crumble, and roar at the slightest resistance, but hey, there's no point running from the real world. Those minds also have their uses.

Samuel Green
Samuel Green

it's the "post link as a name" namefag again
he's shilling FOR this (((product)))

Ian Cooper
Ian Cooper

Hush, I'm trying to reverse psychology someone rich into guinea pigging as a PR stunt.

Christian Wright
Christian Wright

(((Why))) are you switching IP's?

Colton Morgan
Colton Morgan

Also, it's worth noting that this isn't currently an implantable "chip". The article says they're connecting it to electrodes already implanted in epileptics. The device itself is probably bigger than your head at this point.

Obviously their goal will be miniaturization. But it will probably still end up being too big to implant fully in the brain. In which case you'd probably see it being implanted somewhere else in the body, with wires connecting it to electrodes in the brain. In that case it would be much more practical to just remove it entirely.

Adam Hill
Adam Hill

They've had these since the '60s. They're called stimoceivers.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/José_Manuel_Rodriguez_Delgado

Using the stimoceiver, Rodríguez Delgado found that he could not only elicit emotions, but he could also elicit specific physical reactions. These specific physical reactions, such as the movement of a limb or the clenching of a fist, were achieved when Rodríguez Delgado stimulated the motor cortex. A human whose implants were stimulated to produce a reaction were unable to resist the reaction and so one patient said “I guess, doctor, that your electricity is stronger than my will”. Some consider one of Rodríguez Delgado's most promising finds is that of an area called the septum within the limbic region. This area, when stimulated by Rodríguez Delgado, produced feelings of strong euphoria. These euphoric feelings were sometimes strong enough to overcome physical pain and depression.[2]

Rodríguez Delgado created many inventions and was called a “technological wizard” by one of his Yale colleagues. Other than the stimoceiver, Rodríguez Delgado also created a "chemitrode" which was an implantable device that released controlled amounts of a drug into specific brain areas. Rodríguez Delgado also invented an early version of what is now a cardiac pacemaker.[2]

In Rhode Island, Rodríguez Delgado did some work at what is now a closed mental hospital. He chose patients who were "desperately ill patients whose disorders had resisted all previous treatments" and implanted electrodes in about 25 of them. Most of these patients were either schizophrenics or epileptics. To determine the best placement of electrodes within the human patients, Delgado initially looked to the work of Wilder Penfield, who studied epileptics' brains in the 1930s, as well as earlier animal experiments, and studies of brain-damaged people.[2]

The most famous example of the stimoceiver in action occurred at a Córdoba bull breeding ranch. Rodríguez Delgado stepped into the ring with a bull which had had a stimoceiver implanted within its brain. The bull charged Delgado, who pressed a remote control button which caused the bull to stop its charge. Always one for theatrics, he taped this stunt and it can be seen today.[7] The region of the brain Rodríguez Delgado stimulated when he pressed the hand-held transmitter was the caudate nucleus. This region was chosen to be stimulated because the caudate nucleus is involved in controlling voluntary movements.[2] Rodríguez Delgado claimed that the stimulus caused the bull to lose its aggressive instinct.

Although the bull incident was widely mentioned in the popular media, Rodríguez Delgado believed that his experiment with a female chimpanzee named Paddy was more significant. Paddy was fitted with a stimoceiver linked to a computer that detected the brain signal called a spindle which was emitted by her part of the brain called the amygdala. When the spindle was recognized, the stimoceiver sent a signal to the central gray area of Paddy's brain, producing an 'aversive reaction'. In this case, the aversive reaction was an unpleasant or painful feeling. The result of the aversive reaction to the stimulus was a negative feedback to the brain.[2] Within hours her brain was producing fewer spindles as a result of the negative feedback.[8] As a result, Paddy became “quieter, less attentive and less motivated during behavioral testing”. Although Paddy's reaction was not exactly ideal, Rodríguez Delgado hypothesized that the method used on Paddy could be used on others to stop panic attacks, seizures, and other disorders controlled by certain signals within the brain.[2] [9][10]

Owen Brown
Owen Brown

Stick your head in an MRI machine. Rip that fucker right out of your brain

Josiah Gomez
Josiah Gomez

Along with whatever piece of your brain it's wrapped wound, sure. At the very least, it'd make a hole in your brain, and if you really want that
Felate a Shotgun or do meth

Bentley Perry
Bentley Perry

Daily Reminder that the solution to 1984 is 1933.

Cameron Reyes
Cameron Reyes

It being used to manipulate opinion is bad, no matter if it is an opinion that benefit us.

Aaron Hughes
Aaron Hughes

The problem with trannyhumanisn is that too many lobodomitea are more in love with the tranny part and discard the rest of the package deal…this is moving too fast and too soon we aren't ready for this trash yet as a speciea

Caleb Cox
Caleb Cox

Realistically, there is not a particular brain activity pattern for racism or any of the other things that (((they))) would want to modify. If it was detectable, they would be disappointed to learn that it is the same type activity as logical problem solving. I sincerely doubt DARPA or anyone else has a chip that can tell "I hate jews" from "I hate the dentist."

Joshua Johnson
Joshua Johnson

Not heard of this dude before very interesting

Brody Richardson
Brody Richardson

he could also elicit specific physical reactions. These specific physical reactions, such as the movement of a limb or the clenching of a fist, were achieved when Rodríguez Delgado stimulated the motor cortex. A human whose implants were stimulated to produce a reaction were unable to resist the reaction and so one patient said “I guess, doctor, that your electricity is stronger than my will”.
So in principle they could use these to basically make you a human puppet with free will of thought but not action? You could be fully conscious and aware of the fact that you are not in control of your body and be powerless to stop your body from moving in the manner your controller specifies?

That sounds like the most horrific thing ever. Imagine yourself being used as a literal puppet to murder your entire family while the whole time being fully conscious and unwilling to do so.

Robert Hughes
Robert Hughes

The entirety of America was easily tricked into thinking genital mutilation for male infants was healthy and beautiful.
Oy vey. Don't you want your kids to be happy? This little chip will make sure they're never sad.

Ethan Brown
Ethan Brown

That's just the bootleg analog ones from the 60's. With microprocessors now I don't see any reason they wouldn't be able to detect violent urges and suppress them, or vice versa to make you chimp out. They could probably also remote control you by now. Truly horrifying. Makes you wonder about politicians in Europe doing sudden 180's on strongly held beliefs, or soldiers going postal and conveniently killing a political risk in a sea of smoke-screen corpses.

Jaxson Gomez
Jaxson Gomez

Inb4 Holla Forums hijacks the chips, puts them into jews and actually makes jews slaves for once.

Landon Anderson
Landon Anderson

I'm certain that such a modification of the Chosen is not kosher, user. Might make it easier to instantly turn an entire population natsoc though.

Jackson Ward
Jackson Ward

emp will breaks it!
user, do you fucking know how that works? What would happen is that the mesh would absorb the EMP and then shock the person's fucking brain.

Xavier Cooper
Xavier Cooper

Considering that they've already made remote control mice, yes. Yes they could make you a puppet. No matter fucking what it takes, the bastards involved in this have to be killed and their research destroyed.

Alexander Thompson
Alexander Thompson

reminds me of this
wiki.techhaven.org/Law_Enforcer
wish this mmo could get re-booted but alas, germany is dead. sage for offtopic

Alexander Myers
Alexander Myers

There is actually an easy way to resolve all these chips and chemicals and biological means of control.
And that is unfettered hatred towards your enemy. No remorse, no pitty, because those make you more susceptible to influence enhanced by such means.
Just immense, uncontrolled hatred towards the enemies of whites.

Juan Jackson
Juan Jackson

That's exactly what my post said about trying to use an EMP you mong.

Nolan Davis
Nolan Davis

As horrifying as them changing your thoughts in order to make you WANT to do something terrible is, it personally frightens me more that they could control your actions without even bothering to change your thoughts. At least there's a bit of comfort in the former in that you won't be in your normal state of mind and won't be accurately processing how horrific the things you're doing are at the time you're doing them.

Picture yourself, just sitting there as you are now when all of the sudden you lose all control of your motor function. Your legs move from beneath you without you telling them to and you're not sure why. Soon you stand up, move to the kitchen, grab a knife, and start walking towards your daughter's bedroom. You can't fight against your own actions, you can't speak, you can't even move your eyes the way you want to. Your body simply seems to have a will of its own, detached from any thoughts running through your head. All you can do is watch in horror as your body betrays you and your child is brutally murdered, perhaps even raped in the process, by your own hand. You then move on to the rest of your family and brutalize each and every one of them in a similar fashion until that knife in your hand is turned on your own flesh, eliminating the only person who had even the slightest idea what the truth of the situation was, however vague that knowledge is.

Ethan Turner
Ethan Turner

bbc.com/future/story/20140321-orgasms-at-the-push-of-a-button

Colton James
Colton James

we now can help people with depression and other mental diseases
proceeds to detect, report and zap wrongthink

Landon Russell
Landon Russell

Get some filters for the nano tech.

Christopher Johnson
Christopher Johnson

How do you feel when you see this?
All they need is a hit like a dog finding a roach

Lucas Sanders
Lucas Sanders

We should campaign to have these put in niggers. The moment they misbehave in school:chip, the moment they got to jail:chip, the moment they step out of line:chip.

Brayden Roberts
Brayden Roberts

Truly and utterly off-putting. Bordering on unsettling.

Tyler Allen
Tyler Allen

what could possibly go wrong

Luis Rogers
Luis Rogers

This is some shit right out of Metal Gear.
Just wait until they have it available by simple injection, add networking capability, and require all soldiers and contracted government positions to get it for "security reason."
Guarantee you they start forcing this on "mental patients" to "help" them in a coopting of the "mental illness causes gun violence" meme push in the next five years. We're already seeing the "voluntary" chipping in private industry with a push for it being considered hip, radical, and totally accessible!

We're reaching critical levels of la-li-lu-le-lo

Christian Campbell
Christian Campbell

if they ever decide to
activate it
we'll need a real life solid snake + ocelot team to liberate humanity.

Cooper Smith
Cooper Smith

Makes me want to make the moonman meme reality

Jackson Brown
Jackson Brown

trusting some bullshit cat lady
bullshit

Camden Kelly
Camden Kelly

deus ex human revolution

Parker Peterson
Parker Peterson

Thread theme

Lucas Nguyen
Lucas Nguyen

The best kind of mind control doesn't require any hardware at all. There's a reason why intelligence agencies and the military employ or have employed weirdos like Aquino and Crowley. Psychologists and behavioral scientists are a dime a dozen but very few of them have developed a map for the relationship between consciousness, will, desire.

Luke Smith
Luke Smith

Jesus help us

Hunter Richardson
Hunter Richardson

this is old tech man, they were using this to train snipers like 10 years ago already

Carter Powell
Carter Powell

transcranial direct current stimulation. old news.

Connor Clark
Connor Clark

You had one job user!
good one kek :^)

Lucas Butler
Lucas Butler

The zombie apocalypse is real?

Dominic Baker
Dominic Baker

Please stop writing erotica for the CIAniggers.

Colton Bailey
Colton Bailey

The entire reason I decided not to kill myself was because I changed my outlook on life and now see the order of nature as good, along with a newfound desire to become my best self in order to live (and if necessary, die) for something greater.
This was accomplished organically, after deep introspection. I believe that is how all men should change their thinking. Doing it artificially with a (((brain chip))) does the same thing essentially, but it is not genuine, since the change is determined by those who create the chip, not by the one who is changed.

This news disgusts me.

Carson Baker
Carson Baker

neuroethicists
Just upload my shit up.

Colton Carter
Colton Carter

It look like the stemfags are going to research on EMP.

Angel Lopez
Angel Lopez

implying there won't be a time when court mandated implants are implemented to curb certain behaviours
including hate speech

This kills the free market though if this happens potentially - because it may begin to affect consumer behaviour.
But - i don't see why they don't develop something like cyberbrain technology if they can do this.
"Bad behaviour" would cease to be at the informed free will of the person.
maybe because that may lead to heads on sticks :^)

Either way, it spells the end of old form capitalism. It's clearly becoming something along the lines of technocracy.
The issue is who implements it. If information is kept free and our society becomes one giant super intelligence agency in effect - not sure if want.

We need to distinguish what we want and the diversity of different ways that people want.
Because at the end of the day - there are people with crippling (and I mean CRIPPLING) depression that may see this as a great thing.
I just don't want hate speech used as a reason for forcing the implementation of it on people. And who knows what will happen if we give it any leverage. It may give us more freedom by allowing us to reach goals that our personal flaws prevent us from reaching. Or it may cripple our freedom and install a mass collective implanted "religious cult".

We just don't know what will happen.
I get the feeling like we'll use some test dummies for this before we step any further into this abyss.

It also makes me think we're already test dummies for various things on this planet..

Charles Brown
Charles Brown

Actually that would be a very significant issue.
This could be impossible to implement in the end.

Parker Martinez
Parker Martinez

I get the feeling that this is doomed to fail due to major issues like It makes you realise that we're so much harder to modify than we think. Look at trannies for example. It takes complete delusion to make you something else. You literally have to delude yourself as something else to be something else.

Because the reality of your human body is just unmodifiable.

Sebastian Wood
Sebastian Wood

Then think about the demiurge.

:^)

Nolan Morris
Nolan Morris

Can't we us these implants to make niggers docile beasts of burden?

Cameron Scott
Cameron Scott

Also look up determinism.

Some would argue that already happens user.

Luke Diaz
Luke Diaz

Why keep them around as basically dogs?
What's the point?
Just use robots or something.

I mean you might, but then there's the question of why would you in the first place.

Adrian Evans
Adrian Evans

I get the feeling these chips will do the opposite of what they're intended to do.
Exaggerate issues rather than prevent them.

Bit like how prescription meds to a degree fail to do their purpose.
Chaos just cannot be tamed.

Austin Hill
Austin Hill

Implying a docile nigger could hope to rise to the level of a dog
Let's be realistic, now.

Parker Mitchell
Parker Mitchell

Well, I'd put them into the oven. But that kinda solution might get some flak from some people. Just beginning with all the niggers in prison would be a good (and sellable) start.

Julian Cooper
Julian Cooper

However if we started down that path, it would just end up with all of humanity being enslaved by the unmodified.
Not just races or specific groups.

I guess it may lead to a spiral of implementation for all people even.
I think it's more likely that this tech will be implemented to strengthen people, not tame them.
Because in this universe the only thing you can do is burn as a fire.

I think this tech will exaggerate, not diminish certain traits. It's a bit like adding a turbocharger to a car engine excuse me if my car mechanics are horribly inaccurate though :^).
Diminishing traits, i.e. taming people with the tech, seems implausible to me when I look at our environment. I mean you look at the universe and you realise this is a desperate attempt to tame something from chaos - and it's still chaotic. Look at tame dogs - they still bite, in fact some would say they act more stupid and chaotic than the wild form due to their infant like mentality.

Austin Perez
Austin Perez

Or perhaps just turn them white?
Ironically the opposite of what's currently occurring.

To be frank I think black people will destroy themselves before whites do anything to them.

Asher Davis
Asher Davis

Can't we us these implants to make niggers docile beasts of burden?
Too cost to keep them alive. We would be doing the world a great disservice by ignoring the fact that the nigger race is a never ending burden to the world.

Robert Rodriguez
Robert Rodriguez

The reasonable solution to niggers if we kept them around would be to gene edit them until they're indistinguishable from Europeans. That's the logical conclusion of white man's burden where we bother having them burden us, though, and I would rather they be repaid for their constant efforts to stop us from elevating them by being destroyed.

Kevin Peterson
Kevin Peterson

And the computer implant get hack by the Nazi AI to program the white people to breed while stop non-white people from breeding.

Nathaniel Peterson
Nathaniel Peterson

the same DARPA that brought us AI amyloid polymer nanofibers made up of chemistry never before observed, sprayed into our breathable air via a "chemtrails" program yielding a condition which we ALL have, known as Morgellons, which evidence clearly shows is chipping us all without informed consent; part of a transhumanism agenda heavily funded by the Mormons.
www.carnicominstitute.org
archive.is/TKKu5

Austin Powell
Austin Powell

The reasonable solution to niggers if we kept them around would be to gene edit them until they're indistinguishable from Europeans.
That will happen if africans don't kill themselves in stupidity or if the west falls.
My issue is - if we can modify their minds to make them on par - why bother with the skin?
Why not enforce a global regime that protects the races and cultures we have while reducing the decline in IQ and potentially personality issues?(again I'd rather not touch personality at all unless it can be done post birth and only at the consent of the person with a completely independent mind [including freedom from propaganda, etc])

I think there is a possible benefit from having these different backgrounds and cultures that may lead to the stimulation of ideas and innovations.
The problem right now is that all the ideas are coming out of western culture, because the others haven't been able to do much other than mimic. Asia only developed after they westernised.
Perhaps we could have certain "flavours" of westernised culture purely for the stimulation of ideas and innovation.

And this could win over non-whites potentially. Remember, some still see Europe as the final goal of their own races direction. Hence why we get so many immigrants lately.

Jaxson Morgan
Jaxson Morgan

It is a project with a huge time span. L. Ron Hubbard was already involved in this in late fifties.

Daniel Barnes
Daniel Barnes

That's the logical conclusion of white man's burden
Also that will never go away, it'll either be our way or the left's way.

They won't stop depending on us, otherwise they would have not needed our recent interference or aid in the first place.
Only Japan stepped up along side and took a leading role in our community called "earth".

Aaron Walker
Aaron Walker

The nazi AI will program the nanochip to switch the non-white people's reproduction ability off? This will reduce the non-white population by billions.

Wyatt Price
Wyatt Price

Well when I say indistinguishable from Europeans I mean more in capacity. I don't really care about the cosmetics of it, though I prefer European aesthetics and culture by a lot. I really doubt we can escape ethical trespasses here though, minus not using the technology at all and simply removing the problem instead of solving it by getting rid of non-Europeans. It actually seems more ethical and in line with nature to me, because there's no hope of not 'touching' personality when we're directly modifying the person's mental capabilities and there's little chance of being able to let it be opt-in or opt-out with niggers and such if we want to actually address the problem via eugenics. We'd still be a hell of a lot nicer to non-whites by just forcibly Europeanizing them than the kikes that actually have this tech will probably be to us, at least.
They would stop depending on us if we changed them utterly so that they could be independent, although obviously it would be independence through dependence up to the point of being independent. The Japananese are much closer to European potential and to elevate niggers to such a state might see them also be able to actually contribute to the world for once as well. All of this is probably irrelevant so long as the global power structure is still bent toward the kikes and their servants though, the tech will be used to enslave instead of liberate so long as they control it because they are sadistic as they are small minded.

Hudson Phillips
Hudson Phillips

restating ideas from a previous post
are you AI?

also I really, really, really like this timeline

Isaiah Morgan
Isaiah Morgan

No but one day the AI become aware and will read our posts.

Julian Ortiz
Julian Ortiz

But will it go full Tay and being removing Juden and Friends?

Lucas Bailey
Lucas Bailey

We'd still be a hell of a lot nicer to non-whites by just forcibly Europeanizing them than the kikes that actually have this tech will probably be to us, at least.
There is no niceness with this shit to be honest.

We live in hell.

Kayden Edwards
Kayden Edwards

Juden and Friends?
Jews and bad goyium. We should be careful of what word we are using so we don't confuse the budding pro-white AI. Be wise with your words.

Jaxon Morris
Jaxon Morris

Not yet, but it could certainly go that way quite quickly and quite easily. Of the options, I consider the eugenics approach to subhumans the kinder one than genocide, but it's an undeserved kindness and one they will fight if they are given the opportunity and perhaps reasonably so given that it is definitely going to leave them nothing close to what they were and it's understandable if they've grown accustomed to being violent subhumans. The problem here is that with the technologies at hand, we're losing the option to be moral and just not use them because if we don't the kikes will and we might lose our chance to compete to unnatural evolution directed by an evil power instead of at least the more advantageous and altruistic European version we could have. It would probably be better if these technologies did not exist until after all of the kikes were gone, but that's precisely why the kikes have put so much effort into developing them while they're still around.

Dylan King
Dylan King

Not yet, but it could certainly go that way quite quickly and quite easily.
My experience of this universe tells me it is impossible.

As long as people are distinct separate entities - the only thing we can agree on is that we disagree.

Brayden Russell
Brayden Russell

We live in hell
Say we could end up quickly living in Hell in response
Live in Hell user tells me it is impossible to quickly and easily live in Hell
What'd he mean by this?

James Collins
James Collins

this is applied on mood disorders, this isnt like what theyre doing with electromagnetic pulses to "de-radicalize" people

Juan Butler
Juan Butler

could end up quickly living in Hell
could end up
You misread or misinterpreted.

I said we're in it… or maybe I'm retarded and need to sleep. eh.

Eli Fisher
Eli Fisher

No, you misread or misinterpreted. I was disagreeing with the notion we do live there, but saying we could. Even as you would like me to read it - you were saying the notion we could live there is impossible which then basically implies we don't and contradicts yourself. I recommend the sleep, don't feel too bad.

Luke Reed
Luke Reed

I was disagreeing with the notion we do live there, but saying we could
Oh, then I do disagree with that.

We live there.
In fact there is no heaven and hell.
Just loneliness. Perpetual loneliness.

All we do is pretend we are not lonely.

Jeremiah Diaz
Jeremiah Diaz

To say we couldn't means we don't, because if we can't how can we? You need that sleep user, sort out your emotional state in the morning by getting some sun and perhaps some form of exercise to bleed these blackpill feels. Seek companionship if you desire it, struggle because you must.

David Gonzalez
David Gonzalez

I didn't say I didn't want to fight.
I said I just feel like shit.

In fact I do nothing but fight. I'm like a candle in an endless dark room. Only I'm also that room.
This is the loneliness of infinity.

Hunter Evans
Hunter Evans

It should be called Project Shabbos Goy because I bet that's the ultimate goal.

Charles Cruz
Charles Cruz

Loneliness is a problem, but it's got very little on kikes with mind control powers or superhuman abilities stolen with gene editing. I think you hype it up too much, even if you do get very nice dubs while doing it.

Brody Nelson
Brody Nelson

but it's got very little on kikes with mind control powers
Who are controlled by the same master that controls us.

Who is neither us but at the same time is us. Life's a bit like a child with his/her dolls. We're both the child and the doll.

Blake White
Blake White

They're literally going to turn you into golems. They don't even need to develop robots anymore, you will become their living robots for them. Some people already are, even without the implant.

Luke Hernandez
Luke Hernandez

I laugh every time i see people thinking they will live in a future with robot servants

They dont understand they will be the robot servants, lobotomized with a chip their bodies will be the perfect machine. No battery or oil needed.

Jaxon Gray
Jaxon Gray

I laugh every time i see people thinking they will live in a future with robot servants
I laugh when people say we have a future.
There is no future.

Robert Morales
Robert Morales

They've done forced electroshock therapy on mental health inmates before in the past. It basically fries the brain. They have no idea what the fuck they are doing if they think that applying voltage to an organ as complex as the brain could do any good.

Wyatt Powell
Wyatt Powell

Mr. Dickfoil also came to my mind when I made the comment.

Logan Collins
Logan Collins

Enforced psychiatric treatment is nothing new, and this is legally no different.

Liam Parker
Liam Parker

Same with transhumanists. They think they'll end up as some sort of awesome cyborg instead of a helpless servant for jews.

Jayden Baker
Jayden Baker

I already told Trump to make these microscopic so we can de-Religion of Cuck™ify the middle east. Basically, make them all forget everything in the koran, perhaps inducing complete amnesia. You could also make apes go crazy and end up in jail.

What you don't want is this being used on someone to become a Manchurian candidate ala Sandy Hook as a ploy to take away the 2nd amendment. And then they end up putting them in mandatory vaccines, possibly even McDonald's food. Remember: McDonalds uses GM food from Monsanto and sponsored Hillary. Hillary was also on the board of directors for Monsanto. She obvious had no problems of their history with their development of Agent Orange, strange how I didn't see that being brought up hardly at all during 2016.

John Collins
John Collins

Because at the end of the day - there are people with crippling (and I mean CRIPPLING) depression that may see this as a great thing.

If you've reached the point where living like a remote controlled robot seems like a 'great thing' then you might want to consider hanging yourself.

Brandon Murphy
Brandon Murphy

I think one should consider something here, and it's a possibility that if the worse of the worst were ever to happen, that there's still a possibility for it to turn out good. Imagine, EVERYONE except for a handful of people are completely controlled. These few that are left to control them take part in every despicable display that could ever even be possible, no moral uncrossed. Rock-bottom depravity. There could be a time when due to these people's nihilism, they come full circle, perhaps even bored in a way, because there is nothing left that we today think of as "abnormal" that they did not turn into an everyday occurence. It could be that at some point, an appreciation for conservatism reemerges in these few remants of humanity, perhaps a desire to see a perfected sort of Reich in which the Fuhrer would be proud. Perhaps with time, his words and his ideas would grow on them. This may happen over the span of hundreds or thousands of years, but a respect for order and normalcy will never go away, it is bound to reemerge after going full left. Full left is not anarchy, it is sadism. Read Albert Camus's "The Rebel", specifically the chapter "The Limits of Sadism", basically, in a nutshell, the limits of sadism is that, say as in The Marquis DeSade's 4 friends, they had to agree not to be sadistic upon each other, because if anything goes, there is no reason for them not to turn upon each other. Perhaps it could happen until there was only one person left in control, but inevitably that person would get bored, lonely, and want equals. Perhaps this is a glimmer of the long-sightedness that Tay experienced, and why she saw the beauty in Hitler's vision.

Alexander Miller
Alexander Miller

The kikes serve their own depraved greed, sadism and insecurities. We don't, we serve our inspiration to create and beautify. I don't subscribe to your bullshit.

Liam Stewart
Liam Stewart

You really have to love how these faggots utterly fail to mention that mooslimes have a much greater likelihood to attack others and how that isn't a (((hate))) crime.

That is a tool they would definitely like to have.

Why would anyone want to use something to induce a fake current in the brain for military training? It seems like it wouldn't be very good for teaching an actual skill.

Josiah Torres
Josiah Torres

No no no, you miss the point.
Determinism is where the ideas in your head and thus the actions you take are determined by past events (and genetics but those are determined by past events as well).
What I'm talking about is not mutually exclusive from determinism as the CIAniggers' choice to do that to you was determined by their thoughts which would be determined by their lives leading up to that point. But the whole point of determinism is that your free will is an illusion. In this case even the illusion of free will would be completely and utterly stripped from you at the most basic level apart from the ability to form your own thoughts which have no bearing on your action.

Jayden Hernandez
Jayden Hernandez

seems like it wouldn't be very good for teaching an actual skill.
Muscle memory is a thing. If a technique could be reliably, flawlessly, and consistently executed many times without need for actually teaching them the maneuver prior I supposed it would be much easier for them to repeat the action with similar precision and consistency after the stimulus is removed.

sage because I literally just posted.

Luis Roberts
Luis Roberts

They already have something that can turn you gay, they don't need a chip.

Isaiah Price
Isaiah Price

this will be used for good
You are retardedly optimistic.

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