“Putting a Chip in Your Brain Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god)”

Why do ideas as bad as this sound so smart to some people?

From Marcia Settles’ blog, “A Mom Looking Up” (Finally found the “Reblog” button!)

A Mom Looking Up

It is very likely I’ve shared this before, but it deserves to be posted every so often.

If you have been paying attention, you have undoubtedly arrived at the conclusion that not only will the mark of the beast involve technology, but it will fundamentally change its bearer at the genetic level. DNA will be manipulated.

Here’s how I see it unfolding: at some point in the not-too-distant future, alien disclosure will occur. Very likely this will be after the bride of Christ and the Restrainer are removed. The world will be in shock and turmoil from countless people suddenly missing. When the natural disasters hit at never-before-seen levels, the anti-christ will emerge promising a solution to all the problems and ushering in the NWO the globalists have been yapping about for decades. He may or may not claim an ET origin. The “aliens” will either be heralded as saviors…

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I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

2 responses to ““Putting a Chip in Your Brain Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god)”

  • unknowable2

    The idea of putting chips in our head is a pipe dream. It can’t be done: period! For one thing, chips use electricity. For another thing, they make heat and a busy microprocessor can produce a lot of heat. How much? The building I had servers in was heated by the computers within the building. If I came to work and it was a bit frosty, I could turn off the A/C for a few minutes and the building would warm up quickly. We air conditioned 365 days a year and if the A/C went off, the building would get up to 122 degrees in no time. Once it got that hot, devices would shut off of their own, so it rarely got hotter than that.

    No, chips inside your head would literally cook your brain. A chip of any size would kill you in no time, plus how would it be powered?

    They have implanted electrodes to stimulate certain nerves, as part of pain management or some other medical treatment, but we are no closer to being able to interface a chip to a brain than we were at the dawn of time. These are sensationalist stories which are carried in the news.

    I do agree that AI has some inherent dangers. I don’t think it is literally demonic, but I am convinced that many of the leaders in the tech industry have some ethical shortcomings, IMO.


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