Cyborg Pigeon Makes Debut in China

Chinese scientists have made a remote controlled pigeon. By planting micro electrodes in the pigeon’s brain, the scientists can make the bird fly up, down, left or right.

“I’m looking for a boy named John Conner. Have you seen him?”

Chief scientist Su Xuecheng explains, “”The implants stimulated different areas of the pigeon’s brain according to electronic signals sent by the scientists via computer, mirroring natural signals generated by the brain.”

Whether or not the pigeon is going to defend the city of Detroit from a gang of criminal masterminds, who are headquartered in a toxic waste dump and push a new highly addictive drug known as ‘nuke’ on the public is “yet-to-be determined,” said Xuecheng.