Bio-hacking: biopolitics in the 21st century

…After all is said and done, the danger is not unknown at all! It is known. The bio-info-security complex wants to “hack” the human immune system, to short-circuit it, to neutralize it, and to make permanent dependence on “artificial immunity” in its stead, that is, dependence on vaccines, drugs and its platforms! In this way it wants not only to permanently hike up its “turnover” (we will all be permanently ill…) but also a few things more…

In the meantime…

The technological warfare (war of technological supremacy) continues with undiminished intensity… And it’s not just the playful adventure of human thought lying on the counter. Neither we nor you (the majority, at least!) are ready for the next technological revolution that is already taking shape. We are not talking about the 4th – which will also be out of our imagination. We are talking about the 5th, the quantum!!

The candidate vaccines

The JAMA Network (the creator of the video) is the official website (and monthly journal) of the American Medical Association, with a special focus on “bio-technological” sciences. The A.M.A. is introduced as the largest medical association in the u.s (including medical students); therefore it is rather difficult to characterize it as “conspiracist” or “denier” (although you never know…).

Technical details…

Remember the “debate” last spring / summer about digital tracking techniques? When mobile phones would (supposedly) communicate with each other “informing” their users that they were “at a distance of infection” from someone “positive”? And that all this would be done “anonymously” and with “respect for privacy”? A few days ago, a u.s military (specifically its air force) research center signed a test contract for software developed by a technology company called SignalFrame, based in Washington. What does this software do? It works (if we can make the parallel) as a highly contagious virus! Once it “conquers” a smartphone, it …

where is your mind?

The inventor is an american, studied at Harvard. His name is Han Bicheng, and his start-up BrainCo. His invention is sensors that by resting on the forehead “catch electrical signals” of the frontal lobe, transforming them, through complex machine learning algorithms into other types of signals that allow the operation of electronic machines (such as robots) remotely. But the widespread application of his invention takes place (experimentally since last year) in classrooms in china. The “headbands” that the students wear, with a LED in front, “read” these signals and divide them into useful educational categories: close attention, less attention, indifference …