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It just occurred to me that with this new technology baboons would no longer have to climb in through bedroom windows and crack the skulls of infants to enjoy the taste of human brains. Now, thanks to the work of American scientists, they can just sit back and think about human brains while their robot minions go about harvesting wheelbarrows full of them. (To understand any of that, you will have to read not only the last post, in which I talk about a Duke University experiment in which monkeys have been able to operate robotic devices through impulses picked up by brain implants, but something I mentioned a few months ago about a baboon in South America that stole a baby’s brain, took it to the top of a telephone pole and ate it while the baby’s mother watched… I’m sorry if that’s too complicated.)

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