Project MK-Ultra, the CIA’s infamous human mind control project, wasn’t the only thing that was going on in the ‘60s. In that decade, the U.S. government deployed nonhuman operatives–ravens, pigeons, even cats–to spy on Cold War adversaries. In our final part of this series we discuss a real project that can still be used by anyone today, real insects turned into insect cyborgs. Look out for RoboRoach!
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