US Army scientist Emery Smith confessed in video to flying in an alien spacecraft

Emery Smith is one of the most interesting individuals to have ever lived on this planet as he’s had the opportunity to do some amazing discoveries in his life, to say the least.

He told us through the interview that through his groundbreaking discoveries many of the diseases we have cured today were all thanks to the technology he scanned in the past

While working for the United States Air Force, for example, he has had the opportunity to study organic materials that were by all accounts considered to be alien, belonging to alien spacecraft, and he’s even had the chance to fly in one of these spacecraft and even test the aliens out in exchange for money and resources.

He talks about his experiences in life as it all started when he was 18-year-old.

Even back then he was a part of the United States Air Force, and through his experienced self he managed to study materials unknown to mankind prior to him. He studied the material from over 3,000 alien species, even going as far as to expose them to anti-gravity, zero-point energy, and even 3d holographic imaging.

Harvard-Astronom vermutet außerirdische Besucher in unserem Sonnensystem

We all know by now that the government is on the hunt for alien spacecraft, but who is in charge of actually studying them?

Emery claims that he was one of these men. He told us through the interview that through his groundbreaking discoveries many of the diseases we have cured today were all thanks to the technology he scanned in the past.

This alien technology is definitely what is helping the world evolve at such a rapid rate, as he even mentioned the fact that Elon Musk’s own obsolete technology is at hand here.

 

Elon Musk’s brain chip firm Neuralink lines up clinical trials in humans

The billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s brain chip startup is preparing to launch clinical trials in humans.

Musk, who co-founded Neuralink in 2016, has promised that the technology “will enable someone with paralysis to use a smartphone with their mind faster than someone using thumbs”.

The Silicon Valley company, which has already successfully implanted artificial intelligence microchips in the brains of a macaque monkey named Pager and a pig named Gertrude, is now recruiting for a “clinical trial director” to run tests of the technology in humans.

 

“As the clinical trial director, you’ll work closely with some of the most innovative doctors and top engineers, as well as working with Neuralink’s first clinical trial participants,” the advert for the role in Fremont, California, says. “You will lead and help build the team responsible for enabling Neuralink’s clinical research activities and developing the regulatory interactions that come with a fast-paced and ever-evolving environment.”

Musk, the world’s richest person with an estimated $256bn fortune, said last month he was cautiously optimistic that the implants could allow tetraplegic people to walk.

“We hope to have this in our first humans, which will be people that have severe spinal cord injuries like tetraplegics, quadriplegics, next year, pending FDA [Food and Drug Administration] approval,” he told the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council summit.

“I think we have a chance with Neuralink to restore full-body functionality to someone who has a spinal cord injury. Neuralink’s working well in monkeys, and we’re actually doing just a lot of testing and just confirming that it’s very safe and reliable and the Neuralink device can be removed safely.”

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