Human Connectome Project: The American Fraud

  • David Salinas Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos- Faculty of Medicine-Lima -Perú
Keywords: Connectome , nanotechnology, crime, National Institutes of Health (U.S.), Peru


Recently, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), the world’s largest source of biomedical research funding has announced a neuroscientific mega project to discover the human connectome. The connectome refers to the interconnected network of neurons in the human brain. This project is using a combination of non-invasive imaging neuro technologies, being the main neurotechnology, the  functional magnetic resonance. It should be emphasized that NIH only mentions noninvasive technology to reach your utopic objective, however this NIH's objective contrast to the existing capacity of the current non-invasive technology. Recent researches give evidences that Human Connectome Project would be carried out based on illegal human experiments performed in university and hospitals of Latin America with invasive neurotechnology such as brain nanobots.  The main evidences are: The discovery of nanomafias in Latin america,  the own declarations of NIH's  scientists and the discovery of other brain mapping projects performed illicitly with brain nanobots such as BRAIN initiative and the cerebral internet. In the world, there is a long history of antiethical human experimentation by economic powers, projects that are promoted as licit, but that over time a hidden illicit human experimentation is discovered, Human Connectome Project is one of them


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Salinas, D. (2018). Human Connectome Project: The American Fraud. Journal of Medical Practice and Review, 2(12). Retrieved from