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« Reply #1110 on: Mar 27th, 2017, 10:45pm »


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« Reply #1111 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 01:52am »

first the spazzing frog leg then the linked monkeys..all for helping paraplegics of course and parkinsons kids..they always threw a kid story in there..and we went.yayyyy!
though odd most of the article people workd at Darpa.not known for charity work...Your hardware can now be infected via sound.aka sonic screwdriver..reprogrammed on the fly...think about that..then think assange and Snowden..corruption rquires absolute control..support them and we just might head these guys off at the pass..


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Elon Musk Launches Neuralink to Connect Brains With Computers
Startup from CEO of Tesla and SpaceX aims to implant tiny electrodes in human brains

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Neuralink is pursuing what Elon Musk calls ‘neural lace’ technology, implanting tiny brain electrodes that may one day upload and download thoughts.
Neuralink is pursuing what Elon Musk calls ‘neural lace’ technology, implanting tiny brain electrodes that may one day upload and download thoughts. Photo: Patrick Fallon/Reuters
By Rolfe Winkler
March 27, 2017 3:24 p.m. ET
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Building a mass-market electric vehicle and colonizing Mars aren’t ambitious enough for Elon Musk. The billionaire entrepreneur now wants to merge computers with human brains to help people keep up with machines.

The founder and chief executive of Tesla Inc. and Space Exploration Technologies Corp. has launched another company called Neuralink Corp., according to people familiar with the matter. Neuralink is pursuing what Mr. Musk calls “neural lace” technology, implanting tiny brain electrodes that may one day upload and download thoughts.

Mr. Musk has taken an active role setting up the California-based company and may play a significant leadership role, according to people briefed on Neuralink’s plans, a bold step for a father of five who already runs two technologically complex businesses.

Mr. Musk didn’t respond to a request for comment. Max Hodak, who said he is a “member of the founding team,” confirmed the company’s existence and Mr. Musk’s involvement. He described the company as “embryonic” and said plans are still in flux but declined to provide additional details. Mr. Hodak previously founded Transcriptic, a startup that provides robotic lab services accessible over the internet.

Mr. Musk, 45 years old, is part businessman, part futurist. He splits his time between Tesla, which is under pressure to deliver its $35,000 Model 3 sedan on time, and SpaceX, which aims to launch a satellite-internet business and a rocket that can bring humans to Mars. He is also pushing development of a super high-speed train called Hyperloop.

Somewhere in his packed schedule, he has found time to start a neuroscience company that plans to develop cranial computers, most likely to treat intractable brain diseases first, but later to help humanity avoid subjugation at the hands of intelligent machines.

“If you assume any rate of advancement in [artificial intelligence], we will be left behind by a lot,” he said at a conference last June.

The solution he proposed was a “direct cortical interface”—essentially a layer of artificial intelligence inside the brain—that could enable humans to reach higher levels of function.

Mr. Musk has teased that he is developing the technology himself. “Making progress [on neural lace],” he tweeted last August, “maybe something to announce in a few months.” In January he tweeted that an announcement might be coming shortly.

He hasn’t made an official announcement, but Neuralink registered in California as a “medical research” company last July.

Mr. Musk has discussed financing Neuralink primarily himself, including with capital borrowed against equity in his other companies, according to a person briefed on the plans.

Neuralink has also discussed a possible investment from Founders Fund, the venture firm started by Peter Thiel, with whom Mr. Musk co-founded payments company PayPal, according to people familiar with the matter.

In recent weeks, Neuralink hired leading academics in the field, according to another person familiar with the matter. They include Vanessa Tolosa, an engineer at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and an expert in flexible electrodes; Philip Sabes, a professor at the University of California in San Francisco, who studies how the brain controls movement; and Timothy Gardner, a professor at Boston University who is known for implanting tiny electrodes in the brains of finches to study how the birds sing.

Reached by phone, Dr. Gardner confirmed he is working for Neuralink, but declined to elaborate on its plans. Dr. Sabes declined to comment. Dr. Tolosa didn't respond to a request for comment.

It is unclear what sorts of products Neuralink might create, but people who have had discussions with the company describe a strategy similar to SpaceX and Tesla, where Mr. Musk developed new rocket and electric-car technologies, proved they work, and is now using them to pursue more ambitious projects.

These people say the first products could be advanced implants to treat intractable brain disorders like epilepsy or major depression, a market worth billions of dollars. Such implants would build on simpler electrodes already used to treat brain disorders like Parkinson’s disease.

If Neuralink can prove the safety and efficacy of technology it develops and receive government approval, perhaps it then could move on to cosmetic brain surgeries to enhance cognitive function, these people say. Mr. Musk alluded to this possibility in his comments last June, describing how humans struggle to process and generate information as quickly as they absorb it.

“Your output level is so low, particularly on a phone, your two thumbs just tapping away,” he said. “This is ridiculously slow. Our input is much better because we have a high bandwidth visual interface into the brain. Our eyes take in a lot of data.”

Others pursuing the idea include Bryan Johnson, the founder of online payments company Braintree, who plans to pump $100 million into a startup called Kernel, which has 20 people and is pursuing a similar mission.

Mr. Johnson said he has spoken to Mr. Musk and that both companies want to build better neural interfaces, first to attack big diseases, and then to expand human potential.

Facebook Inc. has posted job ads for “brain-computer interface engineers” and other neuroscientists at its new secret projects division. And the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is investing $60 million over four years to develop implantable neural interface technology.

The technology faces several barriers. Scientists must find a safe, minimally invasive way to implant the electrodes, and a way to keep them stable in the brain. It also isn’t yet possible to record the activity of millions of the brain’s neurons to decode complex decisions, or distinguish when someone wants to eat a bowl of spaghetti or go to the bathroom.

Then there is persuading people to get elective brain surgery.

In comments published by Vanity Fair on Sunday, Mr. Musk said “for a meaningful partial-brain interface, I think we’re roughly four or five years away.”

If Mr. Musk indeed takes an active leadership role at Neuralink, that would raise more questions about his own personal bandwidth.

Tesla is building the largest battery factory on the planet to supply its forthcoming Model 3 electric vehicle, and it will need to produce hundreds of thousands of cars to meet its goal and justify its lofty market capitalization, which is approaching that of Ford Motor Co.

SpaceX has struggled to launch rockets fast enough to send satellites into orbit for its customers. Ultimately it wants to launch an internet-access business powered by more than 4,000 low-earth orbiting satellites, ferry space tourists to the moon and then bring astronauts to Mars.

Even so, Mr. Musk has proved many naysayers wrong. Traditional auto makers said he could never sell a popular electric car. Military-industrial graybeards scoffed at the idea he could even launch a rocket.

Write to Rolfe Winkler at rolfe.winkler@wsj.com

Appeared in the Mar. 28, 2017, print edition as 'Elon Musk’s New Goal: Upgrade Human Brain.'
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« Reply #1112 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 02:28am »

on Mar 27th, 2017, 10:45pm, Cliff-67 wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA1g1nlXysk

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Totally amazing, Cliff! I remember Indonesia having a tenacious Little Foot tradition, as well as archeological sites with very small sized early humans. What I saw reminded me of both monkeys and descriptions of (supposedly extinct!) early Indonesian humans/hominids.

Bet those bikers got a fright...


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« Reply #1113 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 07:42am »

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SO I'LL START POSTING AGAIN. THIS LITTLE LAPTOP HATES ME. (GREMLINS)

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« Reply #1114 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 09:34am »

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« Reply #1115 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 11:40am »

The Scottish Parliament has backed Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum, in a landmark vote that could see Scotland leave the UK.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/scottish-independence-referendum-indyref-2-nicola-sturgeon-vote-date-latest-a7654591.html

By 69 to 59, MSPs supported the First Minister's demand for the British Government to grant Scotland a vote that could happen within two years.

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Theresa May has already said she will block another referendum while the Brexit process takes place, leaving open the prospect of a referendum from autumn 2018 onwards.

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« Reply #1116 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 12:15pm »

Back By Popular Demand : HorseShoe Magnets for crowd control
we'll get your mind right one way or the other..
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/archaeology/news/brain-magnets-decrease-faith-in-god-religion-immigrants-a6695291.html


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Kewl gif Z ..Timing is right with this stuff..

Sayyy..remember that That squid in the Antarctic..and how the channels are used to communicate we know what you did last summer?
http://www.businessinsider.com/this-advanced-darpa-study-has-perfected-mind-control-in-squids-2012-8
https://www.technologyreview.com/s/527561/military-funds-brain-computer-interfaces-to-control-feelings/

Those dna sequences are full of goodies..override the fear of threats..you can turn it around ...most animals flee squirt the ink..not squirt and blind you or who knows..even attack a sub..just like moby dick used to do..you can weaponize anything now..or make the population docile..
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« Reply #1117 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 12:18pm »

Logic is the parent of knowledge. It contains the principles and methods common to all investigation.

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/logic-and-non-logic-in-education/

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Being able to spot and understand logical flaws and fallacies embedded in an article, essay, book immediately lifts the intelligence level.

Logic isn’t a prison; one isn’t forced to obey its rules. But the ability to deploy it, versus not understanding what it is, is like the difference between randomly hammering at a keyboard and typing coherent paragraphs. It’s the difference between, “I guess I agree with what he’s writing,” and “I know exactly how he’s making his argument.”

In the West, the tradition of logic was codified by Aristotle. Before him, Plato, in the Socratic Dialogues, employed it to confound Socrates’ opponents.

Reading the Dialogues today, one can see, transparently, where Plato’s Socrates made questionable assumptions, which he then successfully foisted on those opponents. It’s quite instructive to go back and chart Socrates’ clever steps. You see logic and illogic at work.


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... in a landmark vote that could see Scotland leave the UK...

Wrong interpretation.

And May has indeed inferred that Sturgeon needs to go sit on the naughty step and remember who is boss.

Probably be at least ten years before there is another referendum.

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« Reply #1119 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 12:26pm »

HAL,

"Wrong interpretation."

AHHH...BUT YET YOU MISSED THE STIR...SHALL WE DISCUSS THE SCOT-BRIT..."remember who is boss."...SEEMS THE E.U. SAID THE SAME THINGY...BREXITLY SPEAKING!!! grin

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« Reply #1120 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 1:02pm »

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I DIDN'T MISS A THING.

REMEMBER WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH THIS BEFORE; DURING THE ORIGINAL SCOTTISH REFERENDUM.

THE SCOTS THEN CHOSE TO THROW IN THEIR LOT WITH THE REST OF THE UK. BEFORE THE BREXIT REFERENDUM AGREED, BUT THEY HAD MADE THEIR CHOICE KNOWING THAT WE WERE THINKING OF CUTTING OUT OF EUROPE.

IF STURGEON TRIES TO PULL SCOTLAND OUT OF THE UK SHE WILL CREATE MUCH UNREST THERE.

I WOULD RATHER THEY STAY, BETTER FOR THEM. ALSO MY GRAND CHILDREN HAVE A GLASWEGIAN FATHER.
IF THEY WENT TO VISIT THEIR PATERNAL GRAND PARENTS I WOULD HAVE TO SEND RED CROSS PARCELS. AND THEY, NATURALLY, WOULD NEED DUAL NATIONALITY PASSPORTS TO ENTER SCOTLAND.

BUT IF THE SCOTS DID GO I WOULD WANT TO TO BE DONE PROPERLY. OUT COMPLETELY.

THE UK PASSPORTS OF ALL SCOTS CANCELED.
THEY WOULD NEED THEIR OWN.
THEY WOULD NO LONGER BE PART OF OUR CURRENCY.
ALL BRITISH MILITARY BASES IN SCOTLAND TO BE CLOSED DOWN AND MOVED BACK TO OTHER PARTS OF THE UK.

AND A DAMN GREAT WALL (WELL, DOUBLE RAZOR WIRE AT LEAST) BARRIER RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
EVERYONE PASSING THROUGH IN EITHER DIRECTION TO BE CHECKED AND SEARCHED.

BECAUSE, YOU UNDERSTAND, THE SCOTS, OUR PARTNERS FOR THREE HUNDRED YEARS, WOULD HAVE RENDERED THEMSELVES FOREIGNERS.

AND WOULD NEED TO BE TREATED AS SUCH.

AT THE TIME OF THE LAST SCOTTISH REFERENDUM OIL WAS AT AROUND $100 PER BARREL. THINGS HAVE CHANGED. THEY WOULD GO BANKRUPT.
THEY COULDN'T JUST STAY IN THE EU AS THEY HAVE NO CENTRAL BANK, AN EU REQUIREMENT.

THEY WOULD BE STUFFED.

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« Reply #1121 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 1:14pm »

HAL,

"AT THE TIME OF THE LAST SCOTTISH REFERENDUM OIL WAS AT AROUND $100 PER BARREL."

HMMM..."It's Scotland's oil"

widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence. It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree while Scotland remained part of the United Kingdom.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It's_Scotland's_oil ~ [COPIED AND PASTED LINK SEVERAL TIMES AND FAILS ~ HENCE, AS THE AFOREMENTIONED LINK DOES NOT WORK...COPY AND PASTE IN UR BROWSER AND VOILA!!!]

Given that Scotland is not a sovereign state, it has no effective maritime boundaries; and any claims Scotland may assert are subsumed as part of claims made by the United Kingdom. However, due to the existence of two separate legal systems in Great Britain — that of Scots law pertaining to Scotland and English law pertaining to England and Wales — constitutional law in the United Kingdom has provided for the division of the UK sector of the North Sea into specific Scottish and English components.[5] The Continental Shelf Act 1964 and the Continental Shelf (Jurisdiction) Order 1968 defines the UK North Sea maritime area to the north of latitude 55 degrees north as being under the jurisdiction of Scots law[6] meaning that 90% of the UK's oil resources were under Scottish jurisdiction.[7][8] In addition, section 126 of the Scotland Act 1998 defines Scottish waters as the internal waters and territorial sea of the United Kingdom as are adjacent to Scotland.[9] This has been subsequently amended by the Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundary Order 1999 which redefined the extent of Scottish waters and Scottish fishery limits.[10][11]
Recent evidence by Kemp and Stephen (1999) has tried to estimate hypothetical Scottish shares of North Sea Oil revenue by dividing the UK sector of the North Sea into separate Scottish and English sectors using the international principle of equidistance as utilised under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) - such a convention is used in defining the maritime assets of newly formed states and resolving international maritime disputes. The study by Kemp & Stephen showed that hypothesised Scottish shares of North Sea oil revenue over the period 1970 to 1999 varied, dependent upon the price of oil and offset against taxable profits and the costs of exploration and development.[12]
Nevertheless, a Scottish share of North Sea oil is never formally alluded to as part of Scotland's net fiscal position and is treated by HM Treasury as extra-regio resources.[13] The BBC economist Evan Davis however reported prior to the 2007 Scottish Parliament election that the Barnett formula already allows Scotland to sustain higher levels of per capita public spending relative to the rest of the UK, which is approximately equivalent to its disproportionately high annual contribution of tax revenues to the central UK Treasury from Oil production.[14] However Scotland's per capita spending growth, relative to the rest of the UK, has in recent years, been nominally reduced by the operation of the Barnett formula, in order to bring public spending levels into line with the UK average, in a phenomenon that had been dubbed the "Barnett Squeeze".


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« Reply #1122 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 1:25pm »

IT WOULDN'T REALLY MATTER WHO IT BELONGED TO.

THE POINT IS THAT SCOTLAND DEPENDS A LOT ON THE OIL INDUSTRY, AND THERE IS A GLUT OF OIL AT THE MOMENT.

IF YOU LOOK AT A MAP THERE IS A LOT OF SCOTLAND THAT IS RELATIVELY UNPOPULATED. NOT VERY MUCH INDUSTRY.

HOW WOULD THEY SUPPORT THEMSELVES ?

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« Reply #1123 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 1:40pm »

HAL,

"A DAMN GREAT WALL (WELL, DOUBLE RAZOR WIRE AT LEAST) BARRIER RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
EVERYONE PASSING THROUGH IN EITHER DIRECTION TO BE CHECKED AND SEARCHED."


"The BBC economist Evan Davis however reported prior to the 2007 Scottish Parliament election that the Barnett formula already allows Scotland to sustain higher levels of per capita public spending relative to the rest of the UK, which is approximately equivalent to its disproportionately high annual contribution of tax revenues to the central UK Treasury from Oil production.[14] However Scotland's per capita spending growth, relative to the rest of the UK, has in recent years, been nominally reduced by the operation of the Barnett formula, in order to bring public spending levels into line with the UK average, in a phenomenon that had been dubbed the "Barnett Squeeze"

"AND A DAMN GREAT WALL (WELL, DOUBLE RAZOR WIRE AT LEAST) BARRIER RIGHT ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
EVERYONE PASSING THROUGH IN EITHER DIRECTION TO BE CHECKED AND SEARCHED." ~ BUT YET..."THE SCOTS, OUR PARTNERS FOR THREE HUNDRED YEARS" ~ RAZOR WIRE FOR MULTI-CENTURY LONG PARTNERS?

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"A DAMN GREAT WALL" ~ SHALL WE ASSUME SCOTLAND WILL BUILD THIS WALL? grin
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« Reply #1124 on: Mar 28th, 2017, 1:58pm »

...RAZOR WIRE FOR MULTI-CENTURY LONG PARTNERS?..

DON'T FORGET WHO IS WANTING TO BREAK AWAY. IT ISN'T US.

THINK WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF THEY DID GET A SEPARATION.

WE, THE UK, WANT OUT OF THE EU BECAUSE, AMONGST OTHER THINGS, THE EU WILL NOT BUDGE ON THIS BUSINESS OF FREE MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE.

AS A NATION THE UK IS SATURATED. IT DOES NOT NEED A STEADY INFLUX OF EUROPEAN MIGRANT WORKERS, MANY WHO ARE UNSKILLED AND CAN ONLY FILL THE KIND OF LOW TECH JOBS THAT WE ALREADY HAVE ENOUGH WORKERS TO FILL. IT HOLDS THE PAY LEVEL FOR EVERY ONE DOWN WHEN THERE IS A POOL OF PEOPLE FOR WHOM OUR MINIMUM WAGE IS TWICE WHAT THEY ARE USED TO GETTING.

SO, WHAT WOULD THERE BE TO PREVENT THEM JUST MOVING INTO SCOTLAND AND CREATING THE KIND OF CROSS BORDER PROBLEMS WE ARE SEEING IN EUROPE ?

WE HAVE BEEN FORTUNATE UP TO KNOW IN THAT WE HAVE THE CHANNEL AS A PRIMARY BARRIER. THE REST OF OUR EUROPEAN COLLEAGUES HAVEN'T BEEN SO LUCKY.

SO WE HAVE TO HAVE A VERY STRONG PHYSICAL BARRIER.
FULL BORDER CHECKS. IT WILL BE A NIGHTMARE KEEPING PEOPLE OUT OF ENGLAND.

HADRIAN HAD IT EASY BY COMPARISON.

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