Here we go into the void of the fringe once more and find one of many seemingly separate dots that once connected make a much bigger picture. Its people like us @ the EMP and others who have a high curiously about what's next for mankind's technological advancements and have said the next major leap aside from 3D printing is direct biological integration with digital technologies and even quantum computing.
As the founder and main article poster @ EMP I will briefly say man kind seems motivated to be a boot loader for something else even if we don't even collectively realise this. Imagine if an ET race was passing by earth merely to observe ,these ET's will most likely conclude that these weird primate creatures who are at the top of the food chain as far as the land goes are building something and they may not even know it themselves and its competition on that's driving it to one singular point of a leap in evolution if its done properly. or devolution and extinction if its not. like some ironic unconsiounss but colletive self test for the human existance.
DARPA is the Defence And Research Projects Agency who work on solutions for the U.S. military, They are now revealing to the public information that has previously been highly classified and this involves microchipping the human brain to remotely control more than 1 air craft/drone at one time. And nope we are not kidding. Some of you will prefer to hide in skeptical denial that this is even possible. While it is possible DARPA are using a misdirection tactic for some national security reasoning , perhaps to drive potential hacktivist of the track. (although that hypothesis on its own Beggs another article on the slim chance of such tech being hacked anyway.) ,regardless, We still believe that the The technology's to do this exist .Anyone who thinks it don't exist should understand once you know enough about biology and current technology that it is highly possible regardless of existing or not.
Of course there is always a moral argument from some that claim it would never be done because of immoral testing on animal subjects with chipped brains ect. Sorry we don't think any military let moral debate stand in the way much when it comes to protecting a whole country. Acording to reports and information direct from darpa a person with a brain chip can now pilot a swarm of drones — or even advanced fighter jets, Yes we know this sounds very Sci Fi to the layman, but in truth its more Sci than Fi. The White House announced the BRAIN initiative in April 2013. this same initiative is supported by several federal agencies and dozens of technology firms, academic institutions, scientists and other key contributors to neuroscience research. DARPA is supporting the BRAIN initiative through a number of programs, this research actually dates way back in its origins to the 1970ts if not before..
DARPA announced that it has sucessfully demonstrated the use of 'telepathic' thought from a human brain embedded with a specific kind of computer chip that allows a person to command and control simultaneously three types of drone aircraft by mental thoughts while watching the drones on a screen,this has been demonstrated in a DARPA simulator. The work also appears to build on publicly known research in 2015, back then this allowed a paralyzed woman to steer a virtual F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with only a small, surgically-implantable microchip. officials said that they have basically scaled up the technology to allow a user to steer multiple jets at once.
To quote Justin Sanchez who directs DARPA's biological technology office
“As of today, signals from the brain can be used to command and control … not just one aircraft but three simultaneous types of aircraft,”
More importantly, DARPA was able to improve the interaction between the pilot and the simulated jet to allow an operator, a paralyzed man named Nathan in this case, to not only send but receive signals from the craft.
“The signals from those aircraft can be delivered directly back to the brain so that the brain of that user [or pilot] can also perceive the environment,” said Sanchez. “It’s taken a number of years to try and figure this out.”