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Researchers discover a previously unknown part of the brain, says the World Economic Forum
...and without missing a beat, they go straight back to how computers will read our minds
I keep saying it—to some people’s great surprise—but scientists seem to constantly be discovering new organs of the human body, new anatomical structures, new functionalities, etc. And yet, some of them—and their sponsors—keep simultaneously boasting that they can just program us like animated meat bags.
To that effect, please see this very real Biden’s Executive Order.
The latest discovery about the brain seems to be important enough for the World Economic Forum to write it up on their website.
To sum it up, the scientists have discovered a previously unknown anatomical structure that “segregates and helps control the flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in and around the brain. … The Subarachnoidal LYmphatic-like Membrane (SLYM) is vital to preventing outside immune cells from entering the brain.”
Here is the original study they cite:
The central nervous system is lined by meninges, classically known as dura, arachnoid, and pia mater. We show the existence of a fourth meningeal layer that compartmentalizes the subarachnoid space in the mouse and human brain, designated the subarachnoid lymphatic-like membrane (SLYM). SLYM is morpho- and immunophenotypically similar to the mesothelial membrane lining of peripheral organs and body cavities, and it encases blood vessels and harbors immune cells. Functionally, the close apposition of SLYM with the endothelial lining of the meningeal venous sinus permits direct exchange of small solutes between cerebrospinal fluid and venous blood, thus representing the mouse equivalent of the arachnoid granulations. The functional characterization of SLYM provides fundamental insights into brain immune barriers and fluid transport.
The World Economic Forum article explains the discovery in great detail, and then—without missing a beat—places this new discovery straight back into their rotten narrative about computers precisely reading our minds. I guess, never mind the fact that up until just recently, the scientists seemingly didn’t even know about this new part. Doesn’t matter. Reading our minds it is!
(Igor Chudov’s article does a great job at highlighting their “brain data sharing” hubris).
Also—on a side note—the WEF article cites the theory on Alzheimer’s disease that has been recently shown to be based on scientific fraud. Our overlords—or maybe their interns—are a little sloppy. But they want to program us anyway.
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