Watchman: Absolute Evil: the Startup for Brain Implants Founded by Elon Musk Has Received Approval. Neuralink Is Approved to Begin Recruiting People for a Brain-Chip Trial. The False God Has Arrived

HNewsWire: False hope and demonic activity,end times! An independent review board has authorized Elon Musk’s demonic brain implant business to start seeking paralyzed victims to test its cutting-edge brain chip.An experimental medical device trial for Neuralink’s completely implantable, wireless brain-computer interface (BCI) is called the PRIME Study, or Precise Robotically Implanted Brain-Computer Interface, and it attempts to assess the safety of both the BCI and the surgical robot. The BCI will be implanted during the trial in a part of the brain that governs movement intention. The BCI is designed to capture and wireless transmit brain signals to an app that decodes movement intention while remaining aesthetically undetectable once it is implanted. The objective is for paralyzed individuals to operate a computer mouse or keyboard solely with their thoughts. The Food and Drug Administration turned down Neuralink’s request to hasten…

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Watchman: Musk Often Talks in a Way That Is Both Exaggerated and Hard to Understand. He Also Gives His Failure to Be Normal in Public a Scary, Dystopian Evil Tone

HNewsWire: Early Tuesday morning, as Israeli rockets struck Gaza in retaliation for Hamas’s devastating attacks over the previous weekend, X owner Elon Musk took a victory lap. “If successful, X will evolve to be the collective consciousness of humanity or, more accurately, the human-machine collective,” Musk tweeted in response to a verified user praising what has been a disastrous stewardship of the company formerly known as Twitter as a “civilization critical purchase.” The mix of hyperbole and inscrutability is a hallmark of most of Musk’s utterances—as is the sinister, dystopian edge he lends to his inability to be publicly normal. Deducing what he means precisely, on just about any subject, is difficult to do: Musk posts a lot, but he posts badly, his tweets a sort of recorded refutation of Malcolm Gladwell’s (absurd) “10,000 hour rule.” Nevertheless, Musk is nothing…

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