“Excited researchers anticipate using the helmets to gain insight into brain aging, mental disorders, concussions, strokes, and the mechanics behind previously metaphysical experiences such as meditation and psychedelic trips. ‘To make progress on all the fronts that we need to as a society, we have to bring the brain online,’ says Bryan Johnson, who’s spent more than five years and raised about $110 million—half of it his own money—to develop the helmets.” Ashlee Vance in Businessweek: Can a $110 Million Helmet Unlock the Secrets of the Mind? (I’m sure the people who believe the vaccines have magnets and tracking beacons will be more than willing to wear a helmet that brings their brains online.)