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Elon Musk’s monkey-guinea pigs die in ‘high pain’

Of the 23 animals that received neuralgic brain implants between 2017 and 2020, the animal rights group alleges that many of them died in the worst possible condition.

In all, at least nine U.S. animal welfare laws are said to have been destroyed by Elon Musk during Neuroling’s testing. Launched in 2016, the project aims to establish one Device directly to the brain : Elon Musk’s company aims to help people recover from head injuries, cure depression and combat some form of mental illness, in addition to stepping out of inhumanity. In the long run, the goal is to succeed Connect to the Internet only by the power of the brain.

After praising the progress of his project, especially during last year’s dating force, we were able to find out Pong plays the game on a monkey thinking, Elon Musk will have to wait before carrying out his first experiments on humans. Whereas The millionaire plans to match his human chips this yearAn Animal Rights Group, the Committee on Physicians for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), today warned of the effects of neuralgia: “All monkeys fitted to the head suffered terribly debilitating effects on their health.” In a long file of more than 700 pages, compiling autopsy and veterinary reports, we learn that too. Of the 23 monkeys used as guinea pigs, 15 monkeys died after the experiment.

To match its brain chips, the neuralink first had to pierce directly into the animal’s skull, causing skin infections, uncontrolled vomiting, loss of limbs and cerebral hemorrhage.

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Complaint of abuse

Last Thursday, February 10, PCRM filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The organization specifically alleges that the University of California at Davis and Neuralg was involved in nine violations of the Animal Welfare Act. “Serious Suffering” And many other problems that can occur: “These highly invasive implants, which are implanted in the skull of animals and injected into their brains, and the associated hardware, create recurrent infections in animals and significantly compromise their health and the integrity of their research.”

For its part, the University of California responded immediately. Institution containing Ceased its collaboration with Neuroling in 2020 He relieved himself of all responsibility and simply said: “We strive to provide the best possible care for the animals in our care. Animal research is strictly regulated and UC Davis adheres to all applicable laws and regulations, including the United States Department of Agriculture.”. Elon Musk’s company has not yet spoken.