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Scientists wire brains together to form singular "superbrain" computer in ominous step towards total mind control


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(NaturalNews) The convergence of real life with controlled virtual reality has moved one step closer to fruition. Scientists from North Carolina have figured out a way to network the brains of multiple animals to form what they call "living computers" capable of performing advanced tasks and solving complex problems, of which a single brain on its own would be incapable.

Researchers from Duke University Medical Center in Durham say they've successfully harnessed the power of three monkey brains to create a "superhuman" brain, of sorts, with the capacity to process and interpret abstract thoughts and experiences. Individuals will one day have access to this brain-machine interface, say researchers, allowing them to control machines and prosthetic limbs using just their thoughts.

When Miguel Nicolelis and his team linked the brains of the three monkeys together and hooked them up to an animated screen portraying a robotic arm, he discovered that they could collectively control the arm to reach a predetermined target using just their minds. Despite the fact that monkeys lack the same level of cognition as humans, they were able to think together to reach this desired outcome.

"They synchronize their brains and they achieve the task by creating a superbrain - a structure that is the combination of three brains," stated Nicolelis, describing the artificial brain structure as a "brainet."

Connecting the brain to a computer to establish "hive mind" control system

In this first experiment, Nicolelis and his team connected the monkeys' individual brains directly to the computer, but not to one another, producing the aforementioned results. They also conducted a second experiment with four rats, the brains of which were connected not only to a computer but also to one another.

Each rat had two sets of electrodes placed in the regions of its brain that control movement, one for brain stimulation and the other for recording brain activity. Electrical pulses were then sent to these electrodes to promote synchronous brain activity among all the rats, an experiment that further revealed the immense power of this type of mind control.

"We send a message to the brains, the brains incorporate that message, and we can retrieve the message later," explained Nicolelis.

Eliminating individual thought: Your brain is just one part of the collective "superbrain"

In other words, through various electrical stimuli, the collective brain power of the four rats was able to be harnessed and used to perform predetermined tasks much in the same way that computers utilize parallel processing power. It's the amalgamation of mind and machine - and if they can do it with rats and monkeys, you can be sure they're developing it for use on humans.

Here's how Iyad Rahwan from the Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, who was not involved in the study, describes the concept:

"In order to synchronise, the brains are responding to each other. So you end up with an input, some kind of computation, and an output - what a computer does ... It will change the way humans cooperate."

Of course it will, because what Rahwan is describing here represents the annihilation of individual thought in favor of collective thought-computing - the extraction of individual brain power for use in the creation of a single "superbrain." It's the globalists' dream come true because it provisions for mass mind control on a global scale.

"The human brain is seen as a computer where information can be downloaded and from where information can be uploaded," warns MindTech Sweden about the true hive-mind agenda.

"Cloning the individual's brain and nervous system is the only hope today's scientists have to understand the human brain and develop advanced artificial intelligence and synthetic telepathy, allowing people to communicate by thought, not speech."




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