Elon Musk Demonstrates Working Brain Chip, Asks For Volunteers

“It’s like a Fitbit in your skull.”

Billionaire tech CEO Elon Musk demonstrated a micro chip called ‘Neuralink’ Friday, showing how it works on pigs, and then asking for human volunteers to have the chip inserted into their brains.

Musk claimed that the chip had been implanted in a pig while showing video of the animal’s brain activity, complete with neurons firing in real-time.

Musk announced that the device is “like a Fitbit in your skull”, explaining that it is attached to tiny flexible threads ‘stitched’ into the brain by a ‘sewing-machine-like’ robot.

“It goes flush on your skull. I could have a Link right now and you wouldn’t know. Maybe I do.” the SpaceX founder said.

The tech head claims that eventually the device will allow humans to control computers and smartphones with their mind, by connecting brain signals to a bluetooth receiver worn on the ear.

“Getting a link requires opening a piece of skull, removing a coin size piece of skull, robot insets electrodes and the device replaces the portion of skull that is closed up with super glue,” Musk noted.

Musk added that the brain chip will be ready for humans in one year, but will take 25 years to fully develop, at which point he expects it to be able to allow humans to communicate without speaking, and to ‘cure depression’ by ‘re-training the brain’.

“The future is going to be weird,” Musk declared, before claiming that “In the future you will be able to save and replay memories.”

“You could basically store your memories as a backup and restore the memories. You could potentially download them into a new body or into a robot body.”

Watch the full presentation below (from 48 mins):

With Musk’s technology, elites will finally have the capability to see their transhumanism dreams come true.

In a previous appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience Musk confirmed many of the same claims persistently forecast by Alex Jones, including the elite’s desire to merge with AI machines and Google’s real purpose of functioning as a techno-biological interface using humans as nodes to program its AI learning.

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  1. So where do I sign up to volunteer? I’m 67, with a family history of Alzheimer’s and I’m already experiencing early signs of dementia. At this point I have nothing to lose.

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