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Neuralink Can Upgrade Human Brain Without Physical Contact.

Do you know about AI (Artificial Intelligence) and what the computers can do today? – It’s obvious that you know about computers or else you would look like a Jerk in toady’s generation. So continuing i would like you to get you first understand what the whole concern is about before getting to the main topic.

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What Is Neuralink Overall?

Neuralink

Company – Elon Musk

Neuralink Corporation is an American neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk and others, developing implantable brain–machine interfaces. The company’s headquarters are in San Francisco; it was started in 2016 and was first publicly reported in March 2017. By Wikipedia

WHY WE ARE DISCUSSING ABOUT NEURALINK?

You all might be knowing about video games right? – So you all also surely know that how the video game industry and technology and computer technology has been improved since some last years, people before used to play pixel games like below

(no it’s not connected to neuralink, just continue you will understand)Video games 50 years ago would look kinda like this-

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However Today’s Video games have just been so photorealistic that you might not be able to differentiate between real world and the video game see a demonstration below-

This is just a gameplay on a gaming pc by RGR, i guess you might now understand that on what pace the technology is moving towards future in comparison to humans.

What’s the Big Deal here?

Why take precautions against the tech that we made-

So what’s the big deal here? – the problem is all are advancing mainly technology and you might have heard technology being created by many companies who got very intelligent and even said abusive sentences to human species, the danger for us is to create that technology in a balanced way to get it intelligent and also we have to keep backup for ourselves to be remain in power even a new AI species try to invade earth. Sounds a joke to you??? – you are a real dumb. – see the video below.

Now, after seeing the video I gues you might have got the hammer lazy human mind that what a computer is capable of doing and where you stand.

Want To Compare Human To AI?

Humans are biological creatures who created AI-

The new Intel® Core™ i9-7980XE Extreme Edition Processor runs at about 4.3 GHz (faster if overclocked) and thus should calculate to 1.3 teraflops.

What AI can do?

1 teraFLOPS (TFLOPS) computer system is capable of performing one trillion (1012) floating-point operations per second. The rate 1 TFLOPS is equivalent to 1,000 GFLOPS. To match what a 1 TFLOPS computer system can do in just one second, you’d have to perform one calculation every second for 31,688.77 years. (Source)

Image par Steve Bidmead de Pixabay

Look I don’t mean that you should start hate computer or technology no, never. I am trying to say that you have to just make sure that you can help your country or else you should help you society or you circle to do such researches or at least learn about AI at the basics to get yourself have enough knowledge what AI is – This Article is just to create awareness of what technology can do.

Try to understand the problem we don’t have time nearly some few 50 to 100 years till AI will be developed so much that humans have to get themselves ready to defend AI in order to sustain their species.

AI need a biological creator for them to implement a more intelligent species (AI) into this earth without humans,AI would be impossible.

What Is Neuralink Actually? – It’s Vision.

SOLE PUPOSE OF NEURALINK-

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Neuralink plans to test its brain machine interface technology with four of its N1 chips installed under patients’ skin.Neuralink; Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET


Neuralink actually has many applications to use for, Neuralink is basically a chip which measures 4*4mm in size and which has thousands of connectors coming out of it, which is even samller and thinner than your hair.

these connectors connect to your brain to send and recieve extremely high bandwidth data between your brain and the host controller of the chip. It was originally created to make humans learn any skill in second and master into it in seconds,

Suppose, you want to learn how to make a sketch? now if you will request the host or the controller of the chip then they will have certain code written on their systems which they will transfer wirelessly to the chip connected to your brain which will immediately convert it to such signals that brain can read, write and store in its memory, so it is really complex system.

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the long-term goal is to build a “digital superintelligence layer” to link humans with artificial intelligence, a technology he views as an existential threat to humanity.

“Ultimately, we can do a full brain-machine interfaces where we can achieve a sort of symbiosis with AI,” Musk said. One goal along the way will be letting people type 40 words per minute just by thinking.

Neuralink has the potential to dramatically reshape both computing and humanity — if it and like-minded researchers can persuade regulators and society at large that we should be directly wired to machines. That’s a big if. The challenges are immense when it comes to developing the technology, making it practical and affordable, and convincing people it’s safe and desirable.

The startup uses sewing machine-like technology this year to drill small holes into brains and insert super-slender electrodes called threads, steering clear of blood vessels as they go. (source)

Please tell me guys, how’s the article and what do you think about this Nanotechnology that we discussed above, tell me your views in the comments section below! 🙂

The Confidential INTERSTELLAR Radio Messages by SETI, NASA and CPLIRE.

This Report outlines methodology, hard- and software, which were developed to transmit first public Interstellar messages from Evpatoria Deep Space Center (EDSC), and describes four Cosmic Call Sessions, which were fulfilled in EDSC on May 24 and June 30 – July 1, 1999.

TIME MACHINE AND TIME TRAVEL EVIDENCES FOUND. NASA Answers About Time Travel With Fundamental Theories And The Special Theory Of Relativity- EINSTEIN

What Is Time Machine?

Time travel is the concept of movement between certain points in timeanalogous to movement between different points in space by an object or a person, typically using a hypothetical device known as a time machine. Time travel is a widely-recognized concept in philosophy and fiction. The idea of a time machine was popularized by H. G. Wells‘ 1895 novel The Time Machine

 Is time travel possible?- NASA ANSWERS

Time travel is one of my favorite topics! I wrote some time travel stories in junior high school that used a machine of my own invention to travel backwards in time, and I have continued to study this fascinating concept as the years have gone by.

We all travel in time. During the last year, I’ve moved forward one year and so have you. Another way to say that is that we travel in time at the rate of 1 hour per hour.

But the question is, can we travel in time faster or slower than “1 hour per hour”? Or can we actually travel backward in time, going back, say 2 hours per hour, or 10 or 100 years per hour?

It is mind-boggling to think about time travel. What if you went back in time and prevented your father and mother from meeting? You would prevent yourself from ever having been born! But then if you hadn’t been born, you could not have gone back in time to prevent them from meeting.

Albert Einstein

The great 20th century scientist Albert Einstein developed a theory called Special Relativity. The ideas of Special Relativity are very hard to imagine because they aren’t about what we experience in everyday life, but scientists have confirmed them. This theory says that space and time are really aspects of the same thing—space-time. There’s a speed limit of 300,000 kilometers per second (or 186,000 miles per second) for anything that travels through space-time, and light always travels the speed limit through empty space.

Special Relativity also says that a surprising thing happens when you move through space-time, especially when your speed relative to other objects is close to the speed of light. Time goes slower for you than for the people you left behind. You won’t notice this effect until you return to those stationary people.

Say you were 15 years old when you left Earth in a spacecraft traveling at about 99.5% of the speed of light (which is much faster than we can achieve now), and celebrated only five birthdays during your space voyage. When you get home at the age of 20, you would find that all your classmates were 65 years old, retired, and enjoying their grandchildren! Because time passed more slowly for you, you will have experienced only five years of life, while your classmates will have experienced a full 50 years.

So, if your journey began in 2003, it would have taken you only 5 years to travel to the year 2053, whereas it would have taken all of your friends 50 years. In a sense, this means you have been time traveling. This is a way of going to the future at a rate faster than 1 hour per hour.

Time travel of a sort also occurs for objects in gravitational fields. Einstein had another remarkable theory called General Relativity, which predicts that time passes more slowly for objects in gravitational fields (like here on Earth) than for objects far from such fields. So there are all kinds of space and time distortions near black holes, where the gravity can be very intense.

In the past few years, some scientists have used those distortions in space-time to think of possible ways time machines could work. Some like the idea of “worm holes,” which may be shortcuts through space-time. This and other ideas are wonderfully interesting, but we don’t know at this point whether they are possible for real objects. Still the ideas are based on good, solid science. In all time travel theories allowed by real science, there is no way a traveler can go back in time to before the time machine was built.

I am confident time travel into the future is possible, but we would need to develop some very advanced technology to do it. We could travel 10,000 years into the future and age only 1 year during that journey. However, such a trip would consume an extraordinary amount of energy. Time travel to the past is more difficult. We do not understand the science as well.

Actually, scientists and engineers who plan and operate some space missions must account for the time distortions that occur because of both General and Special Relativity. These effects are far too small to matter in most human terms or even over a human lifetime. However, very tiny fractions of a second do matter for the precise work necessary to fly spacecraft throughout the solar system.


EVIDENCES-

Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain[edit]

The Petit Trianon in 2005, where the incident purportedly took place.

The Moberly–Jourdain incident, or the Ghosts of Petit Trianon or Versailles (Frenchles fantômes du Trianon / les fantômes de Versailles) refers to claims of time travel and hauntings made by Charlotte Anne Moberly (1846–1937) and Eleanor Jourdain (1863–1924). In 1911, Moberly and Jourdain published a book entitled An Adventure, under the names of “Elizabeth Morison” and “Frances Lamont”. Their book describes a visit they made to the Petit Trianon, a small château in the grounds of the Palace of Versailles where they claimed they saw ghosts including Marie Antoinette and others. Their story caused a sensation, and was subject to much ridicule.

“Chaplin’s Time Traveller”[edit]

A still from The Circusappearing to show a passer-by talking on a cellphone

In October 2010, Northern Irish filmmaker George Clarke uploaded a video clip entitled “Chaplin’s Time Traveller” to YouTube. The clip analyzes bonus material in a DVD of the Charlie Chaplin film The Circus. Included in the DVD is footage from the film’s Los Angeles premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in 1928. At one point, a woman is seen walking by, holding up an object to her ear. Clarke said that, on closer examination, she was talking into a thin, black device that had appeared to be a “phone“.[1] Clarke concluded that the woman was possibly a time traveller.[2] The clip received millions of hits and was the subject of televised news stories.[3]

Nicholas Jackson, associate editor for The Atlantic, says the most likely answer is that she was using a portable hearing aid, a technology that was just being developed at the time.[2] Philip Skroska, an archivist at the Bernard Becker Medical Library of Washington University in St. Louis, thought that the woman might have been holding a rectangular ear trumpet.[4] New York Daily News writer Michael Sheridan said the device was probably an early hearing aid, perhaps manufactured by Acousticon.[2]

Present day hipster at 1941 bridge opening[edit]

“The Time Travelling Hipster

A photograph from 1941 of genuine authenticity of the re-opening of the South Fork Bridge in Gold BridgeBritish Columbia, was alleged to show a time traveler.[5] It was claimed that his clothing and sunglasses were of the present day and not of the styles worn in the 40s.

Further research suggested that the present day appearance of the man may not have been so new. The style of sunglasses first appeared in the 1920s. On first glance the man is taken by many to be wearing a printed T-shirt, but on closer inspection it seems to be a sweater with a sewn-on emblem, the kind of clothing often worn by sports teams of the period. The shirt is very similar to the one that was used by the Montreal Maroons, an ice hockey team from that era. The remainder of his clothing would appear to have been available at the time, though his clothes are far more casual than those worn by the other individuals in the photograph.[6]

Debate centres on whether the image genuinely shows a time traveller, has been Photoshopped or is simply being mistaken as anachronistic.[6] The “Time Traveling Hipster” became a case study in viral Internet phenomena in museums which was presented at the Museums and the Web 2011 conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[7]

Rudolph Fentz[edit]

The story of Rudolph Fentz is an urban legend from the early 1950s and has been repeated since as a reproduction of facts and presented as evidence for the existence of time travel. The essence of the legend is that in New York City in 1951 a man wearing 19th-century clothes was hit by a car. The subsequent investigation revealed that the man had disappeared without trace in 1876. The items in his possession suggested that the man had traveled through time from 1876 to 1950 directly.

The folklorist Chris Aubeck investigated the story and found it originated in a science fiction book of the 1950s, A Voice from the Gallery by Ralph M. Holland, which had copied the tale from “I’m Scared”, a short story by Jack Finney (1911–1995), from which the Fentz tale originated.[8]

John Titor[edit]

Between 2000 and 2001, an online bulletin board user self-identified as John Titor became popular as he claimed to be a time traveler from 2036 in a military mission. Holding the many-worlds interpretation as correct and consequently every time travel paradox as impossible, he stated that many events which occurred up to his time would indeed occur in this timeline. These included a devastating civil war in the US in 2008 followed by a short nuclear World War III in 2015.[9]

In the years following his last posts and disappearance in 2001, the non-fulfilment of his specific predictions made his popularity decrease. Criticism has pointed out flaws in Titor’s stories and investigations suggested his character may be a hoax and a creation of two siblings from Florida.[10]

To date, the story has been retold on numerous web sites, in a book, in the Japanese visual novel/anime Steins;Gate, and in a play. He may also have been discussed occasionally on the radio show Coast to Coast AM.[11] In this respect, the Titor story may be unique in terms of broad appeal from an originally limited medium, an Internet discussion board.

Bob White / Tim Jones[edit]

Similar to John Titor, Bob White or Tim Jones sent an unknown number of spam emails onto the internet between 2001 and 2003. The subject of the emails was always the same, that the individual was seeking to find someone who could supply a “Dimensional Warp Generator.” In some instances, he claimed to be a time traveler stuck in 2003,[12] and in others he claimed to be seeking the parts only from other time travelers.[13] Several recipients began to respond in kind, claiming to have equipment such as the requested dimensional warp generator. One recipient, Dave Hill, set up an online shop from which the time traveler purchased the warp generator (formerly a Hard Drive Motor), while another Dave charged thousands of dollars for time-travel “courses” before he would sell the requested hardware.

The name “Bob White” was taken from an alias that the second Dave used when responding (a reference to the “Bobwhites” of Trixie Belden-fame).[14] Soon afterward, the time traveler was identified as professional spammer Robert J. Todino (known as “Robby”). Todino’s attempts to travel in time were a serious belief, and while he believed he was “perfectly mentally stable,” his father was concerned that those replying to his mails had been preying on Todino’s psychological problems.

In his book Spam Kings, journalist Brian S. McWilliams, who had originally uncovered Todino’s identity for Wired magazine, revealed that Todino had been previously diagnosed with dissociative disorder and schizophrenia, explaining the psychological problems his father had spoken of.[14][15] Todino’s time traveller was referenced in the song “Rewind” by jazz trio Groovelily on their 2003 album Are we there yet? The song used phrases taken from Todino’s emails within its lyrics.[15]

Andrew Carlssin[edit]

Andrew Carlssin was reportedly arrested in March 2003 for SEC violations for making 126 high-risk stock trades and being successful on every one. As reported, Carlssin started with an initial investment of $800 and ended with over $350,000,000 which drew the attention of the SEC. Later reports suggest that after his arrest, he submitted a four-hour confession wherein he claimed to be a time traveller from 200 years in the future. He offered to tell investigators such things as the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and the cure for AIDS in return for a lesser punishment and to be allowed to return to his time craft,[16] although he refused to tell investigators the location or workings of his craft.[17]

The Carlssin story allegedly originated as a fictional piece in Weekly World News, a satirical newspaper, and was later repeated by Yahoo! News, where its fictitious nature became less apparent. It was soon reported by other newspapers and magazines as fact. This in turn drove word-of-mouth spread through email inboxes and internet forums, leading to far more detailed descriptions of events.[18]

Håkan Nordkvist[edit]

A video uploaded in 2006 shows a Swedish man named Håkan Nordkvist claiming that he had been accidentally transported to 2046 when attempting to fix the sink in his kitchen. There in the future, he immediately met someone who revealed and proved to be himself about 70 years old, and with whom he “had a great time”. He filmed a short footage of the two smiling and hugging each other and showing the tattoo they had in their right arm. The story was reportedly a marketing campaign promoting the pension plans of the insurance company AMF.[19]


TECHNOLOGICAL EVIDENCES-

The Chronovisor[edit]

Chronovisor was the name given to a machine that was said to be capable of viewing past and future events. Its existence was alleged by Father François Brune, author of several books on paranormal phenomena and religion. In his 2002 book The Vatican’s New Mystery he claimed that the device had been built by the Italian priest and scientist Father Pellegrino Maria Ernetti. While Father Ernetti was a real person, the existence (much less the functionality) of the chronovisor has never been confirmed.

Iranian time machine[edit]

In April 2013, the Iranian news agency Fars carried a story claiming a 27-year-old Iranian scientist had invented a time machine that allowed people to see into the future. A few days later, the story was removed, and replaced with a story quoting an Iranian government official that no such device had been registered.[20][21][22]

Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Project[edit]

The Philadelphia Experiment is the name given to a naval military experiment which was supposedly carried out at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, sometime around October 28, 1943. It is alleged that the U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible (or “cloaked“) to enemy devices. The experiment is also referred to as Project Rainbow. Some reports allege that the warship travelled back in time for about 10 seconds; however, popular culture has represented far bigger time jumps.[citation needed]

The story is widely regarded as a hoax.[23][24][25] The U.S. Navy maintains that no such experiment occurred, and details of the story contradict well-established facts about the Eldridge as well as the known laws of physics.[26]

The Montauk Project was alleged to be a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on MontaukLong Island, for the purpose of exotic research, including time travel. Jacques Vallée[27] describes allegations of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment.

What if the earth stopped to rotate! NASA Answered.

What would happen if the Earth stopped spinning? NASA says-

We know that the rotation of the Earth is gradually slowing down.

You could travel around the Earth on the equator and stay entirely on dry land—ignoring the freezing cold on the night side, and the searing heat on the day side.

Of course, if you suddenly stopped the Earth from spinning, most of our planet would rapidly become very inhospitable.

Half of the planet would almost continuously face the heat of the Sun, while half would face the cold of space.

Life could continue in a narrow twilight zone between the hot and cold halves. But this twilight zone would slowly creep around the planet over the period of a year, as the Earth did its annual orbit around the Sun.

To make it easier to work out what would happen, let’s pretend the oceans don’t freeze on the cold side, or evaporate on the hot side. And let’s look only at centrifugal force, which should really be called centripetal force.

Over several billion years, this force, which effectively pushes outwards, has made the planet a bit fatter around the middle. So the diameter of the Earth measured through the equator is today about 21.4 kilometres more than the diameter of the Earth measured through the poles.

But this bulge in the solid Earth took billions of years to slowly develop. This is because the solid matter moved only very slowly in response to the outward force caused by the spin of the planet.

But the liquid water in the oceans is far more mobile and responsive to forces. So the Earth’s spin has pushed up this liquid water to an ‘abnormal’ elevation of about eight kilometres.

In other words, at the equator, thanks to the spinning Earth, the water has been pushed up some eight kilometres higher than in the case of the Earth having no spin.

But today, on the entire equator, the deepest part of the oceans is only about 5.75 kilometres.

So take away the spin and you take away all water at the equator.

If the Earth were to stop spinning on its axis, gradually the oceans would migrate towards the poles from the equator. At first, only small regions of terra firma around the equator would rise out of the retreating waters.

Eventually, there would be a huge mega-continent wrapped continuously around the Earth at the equator. You could travel around the Earth on the equator and stay entirely on dry land—ignoring the freezing cold on the night side, and the searing heat on the day side.

The water that left the equatorial regions would have to go somewhere, and that ‘somewhere’ would be the poles. There would be two totally disconnected polar oceans on each side of the equatorial mega-continent.

In the north, Canada would be entirely underwater. And roughly following the line of the border of current-day USA and Canada, all of Greenland, as well as the northern plains of Siberia, Asia and Europe would be underwater. But Spain would mostly stay above water.

On the other side of the equator, the new southern ocean would start roughly on a line running through current-day Canberra. Africa would be joined to Madagascar, while Australia would be joined to New Guinea and Indonesia.

It turns out that the underwater basin around the South Pole is much bigger than the one around the North Pole.

So the new southern ocean would be lower. Because it’s a bigger ‘bowl’ with a greater capacity, its sea level would be about 1.4 kilometres lower than the sea level of the new northern ocean.

Now it’s not just the spin of the Earth that has given us today’s eight-kilometre-high bulge of water at the equator.

The other factor is gravity. The poles are about 10 kilometres closer to the centre of the Earth than the equator, so the gravity is ever so slightly stronger at the poles.

This would be another factor drawing the water away from the equator.

Our spinning Earth is in fact slowing down. Billions of years in the past, the faster-spinning Earth had a bigger bulge around the equator, and billions of years in the future, the slowed-down Earth will have a smaller bulge, and will be closer to a sphere.

In fact, this slowing of the spin is why we have to add an extra second into our clocks every 500 days or so. I’ll talk more about that, next time.