SevenCubed - 9:30 pm on Mar 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
"Reading about putting things in animals' brains and changing what they do, people rightly get nervous", envisioning battalions of animal soldiers — or even human soldiers — whose brains are remotely controlled by others. [thestar.com...]
Actually I read this and a nervous thought never crossed my mind because we have already been there for a long time. Only weak minds are easily influenced. For those who are able to continue to objectively think for themselves there is nothing to be concerned about. This is yet another useless waste of taxpayer money because it has no value beyond a desire to control.
That said, strong minds can be whittled down to become weak if we allow ourselves to become overly dependent on technology to manage our daily routines.
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