The Brain Chip Cometh

04/01/201761 Comments

Bill Kochevar just scooped a forkful of mashed potatoes into his own mouth. No cause for celebration, you say? Well, it is when you consider that Kochevar is a quadriplegic, paralyzed below his shoulders in a cycling accident eight years ago. He hasn't scooped a forkful of mashed potatoes or anything else into his own mouth since then.

So what changed? Just the two pill-sized, 96-channel electrode arrays implanted on the surface of his brain by a team of neurosurgeons. Well, that and the 36-electrode "muscle activation system" that helps translate Kochevar's thoughts into muscular activity.

As Case Western Reserve University, which directed the research leading to this momentous forkful, explains in their press release on the case: "The arrays record brain signals created when Kochevar imagines movement of his own arm and hand. The brain-computer interface extracts information from the brain signals about what movements he intends to make, then passes the information to command the electrical stimulation system."

It's hard to dispute that this is anything short of a modern medical miracle...

...which is exactly why we're going to be hearing a lot more about these "making quadriplegics walk again" stories in the near future, and a lot less about the truly horrific potential of the brain/computer interface technologies that are slowly being revealed to the public.

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  1. claudia.s says:

    Very scary. I hope people can react to this.

  2. alexiares says:

    Hi all,

    I have just recently in the month of March come across the Corbett Report after being quite an avid mainstream news reader for the past 6-7 years, (mostly the BBC) not in an obsessive sort of way, but I like to think of myself as a globally informed millennial who keeps up to date with current affairs. Boy did finding James and the Corbett Report turn that on its head.

    So over the past 10 days I’ve just been voraciously consuming videos and articles and I think it’s just a bit too much to take-in in such a small amount of time. Just two weeks earlier I still thought Barrack Obama was probably the most awesome president ever, mostly based on videos and pictures on social media of him being a witty, genuinely nice sort of family orientated guy. I was appalled that Trump got voted in when Hillary obviously was the better choice(yes, looking back, the ignorance was truly bliss). There are countless of other examples of just my truly misunderstood picture of the current state of the world we live in and the past that has brought us here.

    Anyway, in this particular article it mentions Elon Musk. As with Bill Gates, I thought of Elon Musk as a bastion of innovation, a techie who has the dream and vision to solve global issues through the technology he spearheads and incidentally he has a similar sort of story as my own. Elon, as I, was brought up and schooled in South Africa and at the age of 18 set out to make a mark on the world. I instead went to the East and ended up in Hong Kong where I currently reside, whereas, if you didn’t know, Elon went to the US.

    Through the Corbett Report and some other alternative outlets, I’ve learnt about people such David Rockefeller, the Rothschilds’, Kissinger and other such unscrupulous characters that have shaped the world. Though the thing I’m struggling to come to terms with is accepting that the Bill Gates, Elon Musks and the Google guys (Larry and Sergies) of the world are the same. These guys were like us at one stage, just the average Joe trying to make it in the world. Never in the history of the world was it possible for a young person not born into wealth, able to be a billionaire, this seems to be a game changer in equalising the playing field against the old money.

    Thus I would think that they would be different. They should know where the others are coming from, am I not correct? Is it just a human condition, that once great power is bestowed upon us we turn into calculating, self serving lunatics? Or are these guys the victims, targeted and manipulated by the Rockefellers, Clintons and Bilderbergers of our world as soon as they attain this great wealth? Is there anyone or group in the world who holds great wealth/ power that is not corrupted by it, or is the alternative side relegated to a number of one- man band shows that seem a little disconnected from each other?

    No disrespect meant, I for one am grateful for my “awakening”, and feel more empowered by not being under their spell, but how is the critical mass going to occur, where people say, ‘I’m sick and tired of being fed your bull shit and lies’ and actually do something about it. Easier said than done, I know, but is the possibility of that impossible because there are a lot more resources being utilised to ‘medicate us’, and we just don’t have the time needed to search as deep as James does, the majority of us finding life itself a hard enough endeavour?

    • Steve3 says:

      I can relate. If you have a chance go back 7-10 years to his early work. Glad you joined the right “team”. Be prepared for blank stares and uncomfortable holiday conversations.

      • Ragnar says:

        Lol, I get a lot less of those lately. As a matter of fact, recently I’ve had a number of side gazing people come to me and say “remember when you told me about such and such? Well I just saw where it’s true!”

    • CQ says:

      Like Steve3, I, too, can relate. I was an oblivious journalist who lapped up the lies my sources fed me. All that changed in 2010.

      Though I’ve been following The Corbett Report since 2013, only a few days ago did I decide to go back to its beginnings. At the same time that you’ve been voraciously consuming articles and videos, I’ve been downloading and devouring many of TCR’s early audios to fill the gaps in my knowledge. (Click on podcasts under the “Audio” tab to find all 316 episodes James has done to date.)

      Speaking of Bill Gates, have you come across this Corbett episode on Gates’ eugenicist roots?

      Or how about this one?

      Be sure to do a search of “technocracy” if you’re not yet familiar with that term. (I’ve found Patrick Wood — Corbett interviews #1046 and #1111 plus Corbett Radio #083 — to be the expert in that area.)

      After another 30 days of study, you’ll have found answers to a lot of your questions. But you’ll also discover that it’s a never-ending search.

      So welcome to the Corbett Club (made that term up just now) consisting of wide-awake humans who are no longer satisfied with nice-sounding words, appearances, titles, degrees, and positions of so-called authority and power, but who demand proof of the veracity of every claim about every event that’s ever happened in history.

      I hope you enjoy the feeling of freedom that comes from questioning, from thinking for yourself, from finding the truth (or at least recognizing and disbelieving the lies), and from opening the eyes of your friends and family members and associates who are ready and willing to wake up alongside you!

    • VoltaicDude says:


      Nice account of your journey so far. Thanks for sharing it.

      You time your “awakening” as having started “just recently in the month of March” – wow, that’s like…yesterday.

      After writing the above sentence I realize it could be misunderstood as a dig, but it was meant more plainly and as a very positive and wondrous feeling towards what you were expressing.

      Do you realize how far you’ve come since…March? I can definitely say it took longer than that for me, although it’s also now a path I started over nine years ago. And of course it’s also an ongoing process.

      A lot of this “alternate info” (for lack of a better term) can seem a bit depressing and certainly disorienting and disheartening, but probably most here would agree with your sentiment: “I for one am grateful for my ‘awakening’, and feel more empowered by not being under their spell…”

      911 Truth; all the nefarious Rockefeller institutions (both overt and covert); the bogus mainstream binary political shams, and the socially engineered outcomes they are designed to both drive and hide; and all the disinformation, including that originating from Operation Mockingbird for instance – all that, and everything else covered at this venue, are so important, and on a certain level it’s simply fascinating that those of us here now were all so duped for so long. It’s really an amazing thing to reckon with (pardon my syntax).

      The odd thing is the power of the deception simultaneously with the ease with which it can melt away! I’d say that would be the personal experience of it for any one of us. That’s how we experience going through the change. Afterwards it’s easy to wonder, “How could I have been deceived?” But again, still, ironically, it remains so difficult to reach out to a greater mass of people. It’s a strange juxtaposition. It is a king of puzzling and dumbfounding thing to sit with.

      Your question on how a new generation of “nefarious ones” becomes corrupted was actually posed even in prior generations, before the popularization of what I’ll refer to as our new esoteric knowledge on the hidden structures of shadow government and the mendacious narratives they use to control society. It was in fact often observed that one’s station in life dictated ones allegiances – indeed, a pretty disheartening view of people. But again, the unfortunate paradigm also has exceptions, and those are the heartening things we need to explore as well.

      Don’t know if you’ve come across these yet:
      …but they cover very interesting points of core relevance to this conversation.

      We all also have to deal with the balancing act of everyday life. That’s why for instance Corbett & Pilato also cover “good news” on their New World Next Week podcasts. This is a good place for that sort of thing too:

    • mkey says:

      Good morning. Not a pretty sight, is it?

      Nort sure about others you mentioned, but Bill William Gates is actually the fourth William Gates in the row. His father was William, his grandfather was William, his grand grandfather was a William too. He is not the same as you and I.

      This site fetures a few videos regarding Bill Gates and his innovations* obsessed mind.

      *innovations = eugenics

    • Mishelle says:

      Welcome alexiares! Your question: “Is it just a human condition, that once great power is bestowed upon us we turn into calculating, self serving lunatics?” reminds me of a few studies I’ve heard about over the years, here’s one good one: TED talk, ‘Does Money Make You Mean?’
      People get hooked on power like a drug addict. It’s a certain kind of person who seeks superiority over others and clings to the power their status gives them in controlling and influencing others. Whereas the more humble among us realize the truth in the quote ‘the more you learn, the more you know you don’t know’. Good luck in your journey, glad you found some great company!

  3. PeaceFroggs says:

    “…truly horrific potential of the brain/computer interface technologies…”

    — Of course there is potential to do evil, that is the duality of man, however this doesn’t mean that we as a society shouldn’t embrace such technology.

    I’m gonna approach the argument from the Mark of the Beast religious perspective, meaning I find it hard to believe that G-d would want people to remain paralyzed for the rest of their lives!?

  4. mkey says:

    FBI restores link to 9/11 Pentagon photos after glitch

    As most of the info regarding the 9/11 fiasco this information is coming out in different versions from various outlets.

    • mkey says:

      BTW, does anyone have a link to a video showing the pentagon wall wavering under a water jet while firefighters are putting out the fire? I’ve seen it on youtube a while back, hopefully it hasn’t sunk into the memory hole.

  5. Octium says:

    The following DIY project could be handy if you have some uninvited chipped guests…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Electromagnetic Disruptors.
      Octium, That is interesting. Very interesting really.
      Once, lightening hit the front porch of our house. The EMF created by the lightening fried all kinds of electronics in the house. Not only computers, some TV’s and cell phones, but even battery only clocks.

      Ha! EMF could really mess with someone’s head if they had an implant. Errh…uh…I guess it already does with cell phone radiation, “Smart Meters”, fluorescent lights causing seizures, even hearing the radio via a tooth, etc.

      In the early 1960’s, I remember making the non-battery powered “crystal radio”. I was surprised by how well they worked without direct power, just by using the atmospheric electromagnetic wave frequencies.

  6. Rain says:

    Very informative article with many new leads to research. Also a great rebuttal to the prophetic and even Messianic stature that Musk has obtained among young people today.

  7. Pablo de Boer says:

    Not so long ago there was another science’s dirty Secret called Human ZOO, which was also a sick invention of the eugenics with their Narcissistic Personality Disorder. A lot humans (the elite and their sheeple) visited those horrible exhibitions. Maybe in the future earth will be one big Techno Zoo and it will be common. And where only the oligarchy will be the visitors and manipulators..

    Eugenics and Human Zoos: The Case of Ota Benga

    Past Lives: The Horrifying History of Human Zoos

    The Human Zoo: Science’s Dirty Little Secret

    The history of human zoos

    Human zoos were 19th and 20th century public exhibits of people – mostly non-Europeans. Africans, Asians, Indigenous people and many others were often caged and displayed in a makeshift ‘natural habitat’. These human displays were very popular and shown at world fairs where they drew Europeans and Americans in their tens of millions – from Paris to Hamburg, London to New York, Moscow to Barcelona.

    The notion of the human curiosity had a history at least as long as colonialism and Columbus brought indigenous Americans from his voyages in the New World to the Spanish court in 1493.

    Human zoos and exhibitions of exotic populations became common in the 1870s in the midst of the New Imperialism period. They could be found in many places including Hamburg, Antwerp, Barcelona, London, Milan, New York, and Warsaw, and hundreds of thousands visited these exhibitions.

  8. Neo says:

    digging too much in Musks (hi-)story may be life-threatening.

  9. Pablo de Boer says:

    When humans become cyborgs, maybe in the (near) future the government will impose a tax on trans-humans, because Eugenicist Bill Gates wants to tax Robots:

    Bill Gates Says Robots Should Be Taxed Like Workers

    Here’s how Bill Gates’ plan to tax robots could actually happen

    • PeaceFroggs says:

      Robots Should Be Taxed Like Workers….

      I believe in the near future, the upper class will “own” robots, kinda like how pre-1863 upper class people owned slaves. However, this time around instead of owning blacks, robots will be their slaves. Soon however, us common folks will one day too be able to afford robots, it won’t just be the upper class.

      As sure as Bill Gates helped us all have our own personal pc’s, he probably foresees us all having our own personal robots as well, so in a way he’s just trying to speed things up a little and skip the evolutionary slavery phase and go straight to the industrial phase by taxing all robots.

      No longer having to rely on people to do physical labor, the state will need to collect taxes from robots in order to sustain our social programs.

      Questions is, how many robots will we be allowed to own, and how will we deploy and employ them? Some robots will be for personal use only. These will be used to help us clean around the house, mow the lawn, cook our meals etc, while others will by employable, the bread winners so to speak, these robots will be the paycheck earners, meaning we’re all gonna become entrepreneurs in one way or another, and these employable robots will be taxable.

      Either that or corporations and their robots will become the state only source of revenue, thereby rendering us obsolete.

  10. dobsy says:

    I wonder if when any of us might apply for a job in a Musk-owned or affiliated-with company that under the new legislation passed by Congress some algorithm devised to summarize our character might label us a conspiracy theory nut with affinities towards fake news based on our browsing history with the Corbett report and summarily reject our application? I suppose you wouldn’t want to work for such a company anyway, but just sayin’.

  11. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Mr. Corbett,
    I have to commend you! This is an excellent article written in a tone that most people can easily grasp. And it does not have a “conspiratorial bite” to it — just facts as they are. Hopefully, some “unawakened” folks will read this and start their journey.

    On a positive note of technology…
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    One of my Doctors offers this…
    Ondamed™ Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (similar to Rife Technology) –
    Some of the medical conditions that have been successfully treated with Ondamed™ are…

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  12. Ragnar says:

    I’ve seen a few reports on “new” medical technology, where they put these micro sensors in medicine to ensure people take their required medicine as well as warning if someone takes more then their required dose. It seems like devices capable of getting into someone’s body could well be used to suicide a troublesome individual as well as stop someone from talking if they say too much.. Not to mention their being perfect tracking/locating systems. And this could be done in so many ways that it’s near impossible to ensure you don’t fall victim to them.

    I really hope that alternative inventors will come up with ways of detecting and disabling such technology as it gets released.

  13. bazanted says:

    James, I congratulate you on yet another succinct report delivered with your usual ironic humour.
    However, although Banks’ Culture (a benign despotism) use a neural lace and various drugs as enhancements of life, a better example would be Stephen F Donaldson’s Gap Series character Angus Thermopyle.
    Although initially an unscrupulous and ruthless individual, Angus is constrained to act against his own will and consciousness until his redemption at the end of the books.
    I also recently watched an interview with Slavoj Zizek on this very subject:
    “Who will control this digital space merged with our brain? – Slavoj Zizek on Elon Musk’s AI venture”

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Meet The Cyborg Neil Harbisson (1 minute)

  15. Pablo de Boer says:

    Obama’s BAM (Brain Activity Map) Project.

    — BAM! Obama Backs Brain Mapping Project —

    The Obama administration has revealed plans for an ambitious decade-long brain mapping project, similar in scope to the Human Genome Project.

    President Obama’s Announcement of the BRAIN Initiative

    — BRAIN Initiative —

    The White House BRAIN Initiative (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies), is a collaborative, public-private research initiative announced by the Obama administration on April 2, 2013, with the goal of supporting the development and application of innovative technologies that can create a dynamic understanding of brain function

    And see how they promoted BAM

    — A $4.5 Billion Price Tag for the BRAIN Initiative? —

    Now, after more than a year of meetings and deliberations, an NIH-convened working group has fleshed out some of the goals and aspirations of BRAIN and tried to offer a more realistic appraisal of the funding needed for the agency’s share of the project: $4.5 billion over the course of a decade.

    Neuroscientist Cornelia Bargmann, of Rockefeller University in New York City, who led the working group, sought to put that cost in perspective at a press conference today, saying it amounted to “about one six-pack of beer for each American over the entire 12 years of the program.”

    — Why Obama’s Brain-Mapping Project Matters —

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      And this is the European project

      Human Brain Project

      The Human Brain Project (HBP) is a large ten-year scientific research project that aims to build a collaborative ICT-based scientific research infrastructure to allow researchers across the globe to advance knowledge in the fields of neuroscience, computing, and brain-related medicine.[1] The Project, which started on 1 October 2013, is a European Commission Future and Emerging Technologies Flagship. The HBP is coordinated by the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and is largely funded by the European Union.[2] The project is based in Geneva, Switzerland.

  16. Pablo de Boer says:

    Mind Control Documentary: The Golden Dream of the World’s Masters (Daniel Estulin & Magnus Olsson)

  17. L. says:

    Related Story Published Yesterday:

    The “convenience” of implanted-chip-based payments and access to public property & services coming soon to a dystopian REALITY near you!

  18. Pablo de Boer says:

    Swedish company offers employees microchip implants

  19. Pablo de Boer says:

    The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

    Just as many aspects of human behavior are impossible to explain in detail, perhaps it won’t be possible for AI to explain everything it does. “Even if somebody can give you a reasonable-sounding explanation [for his or her actions], it probably is incomplete, and the same could very well be true for AI,” says Clune, of the University of Wyoming. “It might just be part of the nature of intelligence that only part of it is exposed to rational explanation. Some of it is just instinctual, or subconscious, or inscrutable.”

    If that’s so, then at some stage we may have to simply trust AI’s judgment or do without using it. Likewise, that judgment will have to incorporate social intelligence. Just as society is built upon a contract of expected behavior, we will need to design AI systems to respect and fit with our social norms. If we are to create robot tanks and other killing machines, it is important that their decision-making be consistent with our ethical judgments.

    • mkey says:

      Pardon me, but to which ethical judgments are you referring to? We’re living in an ethical judgement wasteland, the only thing about AI that’s somewhat frightening to me is that it would probably take about 2.4 nanoseconds for the AI to figure out humans are best neutralized.

      It would be a chore for sure, but it ought to be done. If we take the current situation into account, it would probably be ethical to do so lol

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        Hola aloha mkey,

        For me the whole article is unethical and very eerie and that’s why I consider the professors whom are mentioned in the article as nutty and dangerous. Just like this segment of he article.

        “There’s already an argument that being able to interrogate an AI system about how it reached its conclusions is a fundamental legal right. Starting in the summer of 2018, the European Union may require that companies be able to give users an explanation for decisions that automated systems reach. This might be impossible, even for systems that seem relatively simple on the surface, such as the apps and websites that use deep learning to serve ads or recommend songs. The computers that run those services have programmed themselves, and they have done it in ways we cannot understand. Even the engineers who build these apps cannot fully explain their behavior.”

      • Pablo de Boer says:

        The stock trading is already automated and controlled by algorithms and this created the May 6th 2010 flash crash.

        Money and Speed: Inside the Black Box HD VPRO Backlight (English Subtitled) 2013

        • mkey says:

          Max Keiser has been harping on this issue for years now, but the masses are oblivious to the fact.

          Machine trading is an interesting concept, when you think about it. It’s like a videogame playing itself. TV show Elementary had an interesting episode on the subject where an interested party planned to install a delaying device on the path of the international transatlantic fiber optic cable. Brilliant!

        • Pablo de Boer says:

          The Wall Street Code Full Documentary

          From the makers of the much-praised Quants: the Alchemists of Wall Street and Money & Speed: Inside the Black Box. Now the long-awaited final episode of a trilogy in search of the winners and losers of the tech revolution on Wall Street. Could mankind lose control of this increasingly complex system?

  20. Pablo de Boer says:

    A.I. is Progressing Faster Than You Think!

  21. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Transcranial electrical stimulation or transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS)
    Pablo mentions it here about the 9 volts “making a person honest”.

    Military testing of Transcranial Electrical Stimulation
    Developed for elite athletes, the headset purports to work by stimulating the brain to enter a state of hyper-elasticity, allowing users to learn better and more efficiently. In physical training, he said, the technology has proven useful in developing explosive power for athletes whose sports require vertical leaps or sudden starts.

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      Hola aloha HMR,

      The nutty professors of our society are just like the Banksters and the other members of the powers that shouldn’t be are sick and evil minded. And these fellow human beings whom have completely gotten off track (nutty professors) invent the most disgusting novelties like a digital gate to a human brain aka BrainGate.

      BrainGate™ Company’s unique technology is able to simultaneously sense the electrical activity of many individual neurons. The sensor consists of a silicon array about the size of a baby aspirin that contains one hundred electrodes, each thinner than a human hair. The array is implanted on the surface of the brain. In the BrainGate™ Neural Interface System, the array is implanted in the area of the brain responsible for limb movement. While not currently approved for use, in other future applications, the array may be implanted in areas of the brain responsible for other body processes. While our company is focused on technology innovation and intellectual property, a number of leading academic, governmental, and health organizations are offering our BrainGate technology and related neural interfaces through clinical trials.

  22. Pablo de Boer says:

    Using Electronic Signals to Create Super Soldiers, Control Behavior, and Talk to Dolphins

  23. Pablo de Boer says:

    John McAfee Warns that AI Could Hack Itself

    The cybersecurity expert, John McAfee, recently wrote an opinion piece in which he claims that it wouldn’t unfeasible for AI to hack itself.

  24. keith.k says:

    Hello Mr Corbett,

    I respect your work greatly, but the “brain chip” was here a long, long time ago see Jose Delgado, and before even the telepathy science talks and literal mind control, there were people talking to “spirits” (or the “gray” in front of them via their mind w/ no soundwaves [maybe not so crazy after all, eh?]) and UFO sightings of chariots of fire, wheels in the sky, vimanas and halos (em signatures) around peoples’ heads.;-)

    MK Ultra was spawned in earnest when people in the CIA realized they were infiltrated by people who shouldn’t know what they knew, and blamed it on drugs and the Russians. Those UFO’s have also shut down nuclear silos, fyi, see Robert Salas. Also, those UFOs were doing manoeuvers still impossible to traditional, man made, air craft today, like zig-zagging at high speed and going from 0 (hovering stationary)-3000+ mph in a second or less.

  25. Pablo de Boer says:

    DARPA’s Ex-Leader’s Speculative Dream of Mind-Melding Empathy

    Arati Prabhakar imagines a neurologically enhanced future where everyone’s brains are connected.

  26. Pablo de Boer says:

    Max Igan “The Coming 5G Roll-out & AI Will Transform Human Society By 2025!”

    Max Igan joins Richie Allen to give his dystopian take on the imminent roll-out of the 5G wireless communication network.

    He explains 5G isn’t an evolution or an improvement upon the previous cellular network technologies, it’s a whole new form of communication that can be used in military applications. 5G is all about the Internet of Things; about everything talking to everything else. As Former FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler said, “From pill bottles to plant waterers.” Everything will have an IP address. Everything will be categorized, everything will be digitized. It’s about self-driving cars and connecting everything up to a “smart” infrastructure; smart appliances, broadband everywhere.

    Everything will become a node on the Smart Control Grid. The 5G frequency band is also used for crowd dispersal guns called Active Denial Systems. 5G can see through walls, it can see through your clothes and it can see if you’re carrying a weapon. Igan says it could be used to target you with a millimeter-band wave and disable you in your house while the police arrive. The potential for abuse of this system is hair-raising.

    Dr. Devra Lee Davis is one of the leading voices against the 5G roll-out. She asserts that the frequencies to be used haven’t been tested for safety. Prior to his departure from the FCC, Tom Wheeler was very forceful in his opinion that no time should be wasted on such testing, so that the US could be first in a market which he said was going to create billions and billions of dollars in new wealth.

    Davis is very highly-credentialed physician, as the Founding Director of the Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology of the US National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Founding Director of the Center for Environmental Oncology, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. She’s taught at numerous top-level universities and has had articles published in the Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association to Scientific American and the New York Times. She has said:

    • Pablo de Boer says:

      “Israeli research studies presented at an international conference reveal that [5G uses] the same electromagnetic frequencies used for crowd control weapons…[the 5G network] will tie together more than 50 billion devices as part of the Internet of Things…Verizon just announced that 5G networks will be tested in 11 U.S. cities. 5G Networks will involve the deployment of millions of antennas nationwide, thousands in each city, because millimeter waves cannot easily travel through buildings or other obstacles. Proposed installations have led to public outcry in residential areas where homeowners do not want antennas mounted at their yards or near schools.”

      Igan continues, the roll-out of the Smart Grid begins this year 2017, with plans to have it fully online by 2022. Then he says there’s a 15-year plan to hand everything over to Artificial Intelligence. They’re saying that by 2025, AI will become self-aware and it will start running things, which is a very disturbing proposition.

      Igan ventures that in a world “Where everybody is given an economic value and everything is run by AI then it becomes…very dehumanized. Everything will be run according to economic parameters. Humanity becomes completely expendable at that point.”

  27. Pablo de Boer says:

    Smart Phones to Send Data Through Your Bones with Bioacoustic Signals

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