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April 25, 2024

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Yesterday Elon Musk took to the stage to showcase the advances and vision of Neuralink. The conference featured animal test subjects that have had the implant installed in their brains doing remarkable feats. There were monkeys playing video games, using the English language properly, and navigating computer technology efficiently. As the presentation was completed, Musk stated he expects the FDA will approve human trials within the next six months.

The vision of Neuralink is to revolutionize the human condition in ways that have never been possible. If you are unable to walk, Neuralink believes it will restore spinal communication and enable bipedal motion again. Those that are born blind can expect that vision will be granted for the first time in their lives. All neurological conditions where neurons and nerve fibers need to communicate may be restored in the future.

This leads to an unpopular question in a society obsessed with benchmarks in the name of progress. At what point will scientists decide some things in life are part of the human experience?

We are developing vaccines and therapeutics at warp speed. We are learning that drugs that have been prescribed for four decades do not work as we once thought. Science changes daily. New revelations write new understandings. Do we understand what it means to be human?

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  • Greg Boulden

    Greg Boulden is an objective critical thinker, licensed school teacher, and recipient of multiple awards in both industry and his personal life. Greg is the host and managing editor of the podcast, “America Emboldened with Greg Boulden,” which is a part of the America Out Loud network. His podcast focuses on understanding individual sovereignty and critically thinking in an immersive news cycle full of slant and distraction. For almost 25 years, Boulden has worked extensively in the industries of TV/Film, Music, Photography, Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Youth Ministry. He currently works at Thomas McKean High School in Wilmington, DE, where he runs a career technology education pathway to help teens build skills and find jobs in Audio, Radio, and Video Broadcasting. He was a sound designer for Dorian Gray the Musical, which was awarded Best New Show at the New York Music Festival.
 Boulden is a graduate of DeSales University. He is annually recognized as a highly effective teacher, and students seem to think he’s a good dude. And don’t get him started on his affinity for Mrs. Robino’s Restaurant. 
 Distinguished Graduate Award from the Diocese of Wilmington. Best New Show Award at the New York Music Festival for Sound Design And many awards and acknowledgments for his volunteer efforts with Habitat for Humanity, working in community outreach efforts, and offering his time to build a better future for our youth.

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