Vgap plan to cultivate human brains in artificial bodies

November 25, 2017
Professor Sergio Canavero Professor Sergio Canavero

Sergio Cannavero, a neurosurgeon from Italy, has announced an innovative plan called Vgap, which involves human brain implants in artificial bodies, believing it will give them an eternal life.

Cannaviero said his project was contrary to another head transplant project in the United States and China, showing that his plan was based on the possibility of renewing old neurons from human brains without risking the immune system.

In the view of the professor that the cultivation of the human brain in an artificial body, will change the physical physical bodies of humans, which would allow them to travel between the stars, and adapt quickly to the different conditions on other planets.

According to the newspaper The micetimes.asia of Singapore, the project will enter into force within 3-5 years, after the approval of Russian experts to cooperate with the Italian world.

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