Labour Party Supporter Anti-fascist Having Brain Stored For Future Cyborg

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Left-wing politically correct anti-fascist is paying to have her Brain stored in fluid so that she can come back in the future as a Politically Correct Robot !

Prototype 114 Politically Correct Robot

Prototype 114 Politically Correct Robot

Imagined image of the future politically correct Robotic left-wing sicko

You just could not make this up !

A Left-wing anti-fascist politically correct fruitcake and all round weirdo is to have her brain preserved in fluid so that in the future it can be transplanted into an anti-fascist Robot and she can continue to spread hatred and division amongst future generations with politically correct garbage.

Sharon Caslon, 26, an alleged member of the UAF anti-fascist organisation and an alleged Labour Party supporter is determined to have her brain preserved in solution after her death.

She wants to have it transplanted into a future politically correct left-wing UAF Cyborg and continue where she left off here to spread her message of Marxist hatred and name calling, by labelling future generations and offspring of present day right-wing respectable Nationalists and Patriots as ‘Fascists’ and ‘Racists’

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Left-wing politically correct fruitcake Caslon is paying for the storage of her brain by saving all her benefit money throughout her lifetime and then hopefully living long enough to be able to pay for the storage of her twisted left-wing politically correct brain with the taxpayers money she has managed to save by the time of her death.

Caslon says she has no intention of working for what she sees as a Capitalist State and that all that matters to her is political correctness and left-wing Communist Marxism.

Caslon to have her Brain stored to be transplanted into a future Left-wing Cyborg

Caslon to have her Brain stored to be transplanted into a future Left-wing Cyborg

Scientists do actually believe that Caslon may be on to something, albeit with taxpayers money, but it may be possible in the future for human brains to survive death in robotic bodies. but would we want to ? especially alongside left-wing politically correct Cyborg weirdos and sickos.

We have had enough of the left-wing sick twisted politically correct fruitcakes, weirdos and sickos in our own time zone, would we really want to have left-wing anti-fascist politically correct Cyborgs running around like they do now shouting about the rights of foreign criminals and rapists, or smashing and defacing war memorials as they do now?

No we don’t think so, we do not want them now in our society, and we are less likely to want them then in the future, causing untold misery and racial division amongst our offspring.

The Scientific possibilities of transplanting a left-wing sickos brain into a Marxist leftist Cyborg

Three renowned scientists discussed whether it’s possible to remove a human brain from a body, even a left-wing twisted warped one we ask ? and put it in a tank, and give it a robotic body.

This wasn’t some bizarre late-night bar discussion: The conversation was a serious talk conducted on stage at a conference at New York’s Lincoln Center.

The University of Southern California’s Theodore Berger, Duke University’s Mikhail Lebedev, and Alexander Kaplan of Moscow University, all believe it’s possible for the brain to survive body-death inside a cybernetic shell.

In their panel at the Global Future 2045 conference, the trio discussed a future that sounds like a combination of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the recent mouse inception, and Krang, the brain-in-a-box villain of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

The talk, which took place in a mixture of Russian and English, focused on making it possible in our lifetime to conduct brain transplants, harvesting human parts from the body for cybernetic integration, and making self-aware brains comfortable in their new robot homes. It was just another Saturday afternoon, in other words.

Notably absent from the conversation was what the quality of life would be for human brains harvested into robotic bodies.

Although all three researchers come from impeccable neurology backgrounds, the talk centered on mostly whether it would be possible to make the technology work.

Whether it would be wise, or what the experience would be like for both patients and loved ones, wasn’t discussed as much.

The three researchers believe brain transplants are possible because the human brain is the last organ in the body to cease function after death.
Because the death process includes a short window where the brain functions without support from other organs, Berger, Kaplan, and Lebedev all believe there is precedent to have the human brain functioning indefinitely in a non-human carrier—as long as the appropriate support system is there for the brain.
They also stress the fact that nerve cells age slowly compared to other organs.

This brain-in-a-robot would be supported by biological blood substitutes (with “the necessary hormonal-biochemical and energetic substrate”) multi-channel brain-computer interfaces with two-way information exchange, neural prostheses, artificially re-grown human organs, and other biotech tools that we can’t even imagine.

Because there is no precedent for the human brain surviving and functioning outside of a human body, degrees of consciousness, intelligence, comprehension, and a million other existential quandaries that would or wouldn’t exist in a robo-brain simply aren’t evaluated.

The data points aren’t there for us to understand, even if it’s possible to transplant a human brain into a robot, what it’s like to be a human brain transplanted into a robot, even a sick twisted politically correct left-wing brain.

There are even interim holding facilities where living human brains could hypothetically be stored before transplantation.

While their roundtable discussion admittedly sounded like a master’s exercise in strange science, the kicker is that all three are engaged in preliminary efforts to make this happen.
Last year, at the resolutely mainstream MIT Media Lab,
Dr. Berger spoke about hacking the memories of rats.
Berger’s lab at USC is actively working on prosthetic brain implants that both falsify memories and stimulate brain function in damaged neurons.
The lab’s work recently received media attention when it successfully generated new memories in a rat that had its hippocampus chemically disabled.
In literature, Berger emphasizes his technology’s potential for treating Alzheimer’s and dementia through the possibility of “building spare parts for the brain;” on-stage in New York, he said it could also lead in the future to full-on brain transplants.

This would work in tandem with Kaplan’s and Lebedev’s specialties.

The two Russian scientists research brain-computer interfaces (BCIs)—plug-in interfaces which meld the human brain and nervous system to computer operating systems.

While BCIs are most commonly found in toys that read brainwaves to detect stress or concentration, they have revolutionary potential to change the lives of stroke victims and the disabled.

When combined, brain prosthetics and brain-computer interfaces could lead to brain transplants decades from now.

Would you want to spend decades or even a century living inside a robotic body at the mercy of a software interface to navigate the world or listening to even more left-wing garbage from politically correct anti-fascist Cyborgs ?

We’re just beginning to grasp the ethical, philosophical, and scientific implications. But with the right amount of funding, research, and cooperation, it’s entirely possible.

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