Elon Musk Trying To Back Out of Twitter Deal

xioix

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Feb 20, 2005
31,254
So Cal
look how incompetent our ceo is every day!
Having a button to show millions of people nice things about Tesla, and bad things about your competitors help. And who knows if he has one to silence bad things about Tesla and his competitors too.
 

garbagemanlb

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Sep 8, 2005
150,697
Oregon


The rejection has not been previously reported. In explaining the decision to Neuralink, the agency outlined dozens of issues the company must address before human testing, a critical milestone on the path to final product approval, the staffers said. The agency’s major safety concerns involved the device’s lithium battery; the potential for the implant’s tiny wires to migrate to other areas of the brain; and questions over whether and how the device can be removed without damaging brain tissue, the employees said.
 

N8

The red eyes are just allergies.
Dec 27, 2001
45,947
Canada


The rejection has not been previously reported. In explaining the decision to Neuralink, the agency outlined dozens of issues the company must address before human testing, a critical milestone on the path to final product approval, the staffers said. The agency’s major safety concerns involved the device’s lithium battery; the potential for the implant’s tiny wires to migrate to other areas of the brain; and questions over whether and how the device can be removed without damaging brain tissue, the employees said.

No big deal, should be ready in about 2 weeks. Minor issues to sort out.
 

Hisma

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Apr 2, 2006
53,933
Reno, NV


The rejection has not been previously reported. In explaining the decision to Neuralink, the agency outlined dozens of issues the company must address before human testing, a critical milestone on the path to final product approval, the staffers said. The agency’s major safety concerns involved the device’s lithium battery; the potential for the implant’s tiny wires to migrate to other areas of the brain; and questions over whether and how the device can be removed without damaging brain tissue, the employees said.
imagine a lithium battery going into thermal runaway inside your skull
"neuralink side effects: your brain may melt into goo"
 

garbagemanlb

OT Supporter
Sep 8, 2005
150,697
Oregon
imagine a lithium battery going into thermal runaway inside your skull
"neuralink side effects: your brain may melt into goo"



Yeah, I have neuralink installed. Why do you ask?

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hootpie

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Oct 5, 2003
46,475
Northern California


The rejection has not been previously reported. In explaining the decision to Neuralink, the agency outlined dozens of issues the company must address before human testing, a critical milestone on the path to final product approval, the staffers said. The agency’s major safety concerns involved the device’s lithium battery; the potential for the implant’s tiny wires to migrate to other areas of the brain; and questions over whether and how the device can be removed without damaging brain tissue, the employees said.
Imagine the shoddy ass shit Tesla puts out on a regular basis (awful fit and finish, AP/FSD that has issues), but instead apply it to a chip in your brain :rofl:
 

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