Thanks to a computer interface linking his brain and arm, a paralyzed man has become the first quadriplegic in history to regain the ability to perform complex hand and finger movements. Ian Burkhart was paralyzed in a diving accident in 2010, which left him with only limited use of his arms but no movement in his hands and legs. Doctors implanted Burkhart’s brain with a chip in 2014, and with NeuroLink’s help and continuous practice, Burkhart can control his hand and finger movements finely enough to pick up a bottle and pour it out, swipe a credit card and even play a videogame with the movements of individual fingers. Did you notice something? That's correct you read that right, the doctors simply implanted a microchip in his brain. Do you smell that smell of an RFID being used in this case. This is exactly how they will push the masses into accepting a microchip into their bodies, they will make it sound useful by helping the handicapped out with medical conditions. They will simply start making it seem like it will be used to better the lives of the whole of human kind. The thing is these microchips are controlled by computers, which could probably allow anyone with microchips in their brain, to only become easily controlled by anyone behind the computer. They are slowly incorporating these chips into society, first though they have to use these in the medical field to make them look good to the general public. Once they start airing these devices in the media the masses will all want one of these chips lodged into their brain, when the dirty secret is that this microchip could be used for mass mind control. You think people are sheep now, just wait till they want these in their heads.
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