Elon Musk About to Start Human Trials for Neuralink Brain Chip

Number one anti-Elon YouTuber Thunderf00t has done infinity videos about how Elon Musk’s Starlink cannot possibly be used for normal internet usage.

That’s a series of satellites he’s putting into the sky, saying it will be used to bring the internet to like, African villagers or something.

Here’s a funny video about it.

But what if… track with me here… what if the goal of this satellite system is NOT consumer internet use, but is instead to link up to the brain chips he wants to implant in people?

That would make sense, no?

People with brain chips are going to need a constant internet connection, but they’re not going to need the bandwidth of say, watching YouTube.

Right now, Starlink makes no sense at all. It is totally impossible, under the current model he’s working with. However, the brain chip thing – that makes perfect sense.


Neuralink, the US neurotechnology firm co-founded by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, has begun recruiting key employees to run its clinical trials, signaling that it’s inching closer to starting human testing of its brain implants.

The company has posted advertisements to hire a clinical trial director and a clinical trial coordinator. The ads note that the staffers will “work closely with some of the most innovative doctors and top engineers, as well as working with Neuralink’s first clinical trial participants.” Neuralink said the director will lead and help build its clinical research team and will develop “regulatory interactions that come with a fast-paced and ever-evolving environment.”

Musk, who ranks as the world’s richest person with a fortune estimated at $256 billion, said last month that he expects to have Neuralink brain chips implanted in humans sometime in 2022, pending approval for testing plans by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Imagine thinking that the brain chips are being developed to improve your life.