Africans should not participate in Elon Musk’s Neuralink Brain Chips experiment.

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Elon Musk Neuralink brain chip
Elon Musk Neuralink brain chip

Elon Musk’s Neuralink is currently seeking volunteers to enroll in the company’s brain chip experiment, and it has its eyes set on Africa.

The Musk brainchild was founded in 2016 with a goal of helping people recover from traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, curing depression and other mental health disorders, and connecting humans to the internet for everything from music streaming to near-telepathic communication.

The company is getting ready to start its human trial in Africa but there are many who believe that the chips are just not at that stage as yet. Out of a total of 23 monkeys implanted with Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain chips at the University of California Davis between 2017 and 2020, at least 15 reportedly died. This is according to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, an animal-rights group that viewed over 700 pages of documents, veterinary records, and necropsy reports through a public records request at the university.

“Pretty much every single monkey that had had implants put in their head suffered from pretty debilitating health effects,” said the PCRM’s research advocacy director Jeremy Beckham. “They were, frankly, maiming and killing the animals.”
Neuralink chips were implanted by drilling holes into the monkeys’ skulls. One primate developed a bloody skin infection and had to be euthanized. Another was discovered missing fingers and toes, “possibly from self-mutilation or some other unspecified trauma,” and had to be put down. A third began uncontrollably vomiting shortly after surgery, and days later “appeared to collapse from exhaustion/fatigue.” An autopsy revealed the animal suffered from a brain hemorrhage.

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Despite these results Neuralink believes they could find enough human guinea pigs in Africa as poor Africans could be enticed to partake in the study for a small fee.

While Neuralink claims that they have had very successful trials in pigs and other beings, the PRCM is not buying it. In fact, The PCRM filed a complaint with the the US Department of Agriculture on Thursday, accusing UC Davis and Neuralink of nine violations of the Animal Welfare Act. “Many, if not all, of the monkeys experienced extreme suffering as a result of inadequate animal care and the highly invasive experimental head implants during the experiments, which were performed in pursuit of developing what Neuralink and Elon Musk have publicly described as a ‘brain-machine interface,’” the group wrote in the complaint.

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“These highly invasive implants and their associated hardware, which are inserted in the brain after drilling holes in the animals’ skulls, have produced recurring infections in the animals, significantly compromising their health, as well as the integrity of the research.”

A spokesperson for UC Davis responded to the complaint, saying, “We strive to provide the best possible care to animals in our charge. Animal research is strictly regulated, and UC Davis follows all applicable laws and regulations including those of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.”

The spokesperson added that the university stopped working with Neuralink in 2020. This has not stopped Musk and company from pushing for full human trial in Africa. Rapper Lil Uzi Vert as come out in full support of the chip, a move that some believe could be a paid ploy by Neuralink in order to get young Blacks to volunteer for the testing of the brain chips.

The post “Extreme Suffering”: 15 of 23 Monkeys with Elon Musk’s Neuralink Brain Chips Reportedly Died appeared first on Consequence.

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