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The world has completely changed since the invention of the microchip from silicon. Some people claim that it wasn't invented at all but was in fact copied from a crashed alien craft in rosewell!

I don't think that's what happened. I think 'rose-well' is a vortex point on the earths telluric energy field and that the US deep state accessed another realm of consciousness through rosewell from which they brought back the knowledge of microchips.

If you listen to this industry insider at 37 minutes he says they are bringing an intelligence from a quantum dimension into our reality

The Truth About 5G - Dr Graham Downing

 
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So what is this artificial intelligence going to do that is being brought from another dimension? It's going to administer the 'internet of things' where all electrical appliances and many things that are currently not electrical will all be made 'smart' which is to mean they will have microchips implanted in them so that they will communicate constantly with 'the cloud' which will be managed through 5G

Vehicles will become autonomous, all military hardware will become autonomous, healthcare and education will all be automated along with most jobs and it will all be controlled by the artificial intelligence

As the otherworld is the place where 'gods' of the past came from this intelligence that is going to soon have control over all of our technology through the internet of things is a god of sorts.
 
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Currency is going to be made digital so that it too can be monitored and controlled through the smart grid and cities are going to be made smart which means that people will not own anything. They will have to book the use of flats to sleep in which they will have to share with others and they will have to book autonomous cars to drive them places.
 
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i can't seem to post except in small broken little posts? it keeps saying 'oops there is a problem'

there isn't a problem
 
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So i guess i'd like to ask people how they feel about these devleopments in society?

apologies for the multi-posts but it kept preventing me from posting so i had to keep splitting my post up into little chunks that it would let me post!
 

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I grant you a silicon microchip is a pretty impressive invention – but it's not as impressive as requiring alien intervention to come into existence. A silicon chip is just a bunch of logic gates implemented electronically. Von Neumann designed the same sort of logic gates but he used vacuum tubes instead. So the big leap wasn't making an electronic CPU but rather coming up with the idea of doing computation by means of logic gates. In that case, the better theory would be that Von Neumann worked with aliens (as did Alan Turing, presumably, and everyone else who pioneered computers & computation).

Things become less enigmatic (and as a consequence – less likely subject to conspiratorial and metaphysical theories) when you track their history
 
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I grant you a silicon microchip is a pretty impressive invention – but it's not as impressive as requiring alien intervention to come into existence. A silicon chip is just a bunch of logic gates implemented electronically. Von Neumann designed the same sort of logic gates but he used vacuum tubes instead. So the big leap wasn't making an electronic CPU but rather coming up with the idea of doing computation by means of logic gates. In that case, the better theory would be that Von Neumann worked with aliens (as did Alan Turing, presumably, and everyone else who pioneered computers & computation).
i wouldn't call them 'aliens'

they got information from the otherworld, for example it's a well known fact that many inventions came to scientists in dreams
 

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I grant you a silicon microchip is a pretty impressive invention – but it's not as impressive as requiring alien intervention to come into existence. A silicon chip is just a bunch of logic gates implemented electronically. Von Neumann designed the same sort of logic gates but he used vacuum tubes instead. So the big leap wasn't making an electronic CPU but rather coming up with the idea of doing computation by means of logic gates. In that case, the better theory would be that Von Neumann worked with aliens (as did Alan Turing, presumably, and everyone else who pioneered computers & computation).
i wouldn't call them 'aliens'

they got information from the otherworld, for example it's a well known fact that many inventions came to scientists in dreams
I can sympathize with your view of these things – sometimes I read academic papers and think to myself: "how in the fuck did they come up with that". But to me it's just a result of very smart and creative people directing their focus and effort, over many years and many generations, to specific problems and coming up with solutions. You don't need anything more than the powers of the human intellect to explain it.
 
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I can sympathize with your view of these things – sometimes I read academic papers and think to myself: "how in the fuck did they come up with that". But to me it's just a result of very smart and creative people directing their focus and effort, over many years and many generations, to specific problems and coming up with solutions. You don't need anything more than the powers of the human intellect to explain it.
they've been doing it for thousands of years. the celts called it the 'otherworld' and the egyptians called it the amdwat

''My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which “We” obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but i know it exists.'' – Nikola Tesla
 

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I don't see the IoT revolution happening, I'm a pretty tech savvy person, I like to embrace new things, but I neither need nor want my toaster using my bandwidth to install updates and upload my toasting habits to The Cloud.
 
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I don't see the IoT revolution happening, I'm a pretty tech savvy person, I like to embrace new things, but I neither need nor want my toaster using my bandwidth to install updates and upload my toasting habits to The Cloud.
you have a smart phone right? so you are already participating in the internet of things. All your data is being sent back to the corporations and the NSA and stored

Maybe you have accepted a smart meter in your home and perhaps you have a smart TV hanging on your wall. maybe you have alexa or siri? If so then everything you say is being recorded. Your smart phone is also listening to you at all times

also you make payments using a contactless card right? maybe you are already making payments using your smart phone

So what they are going to do is make currency digital and get rid of physical cash. This will mean that all of your transactions can be monitored at all times and your currency taken off you at anytime. You will not be able to store cash under your mattress

The whole purpose of 5G is to handle the data from the smart appliances so once they have rolled out 5G which they intend to do over the next couple of years then they will be able to roll out the internet of things

5G tech is ‘crime under international law’
 

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All currency is fiat currency, hiding it under your bed won't stop a government siphoning off its value through inflation.

I don't watch tv at all, I find it insulting.

My favourite kind of porn is anthropomorphized artificial intelligences, that there might be AIs spying on me only makes it better :D

I'd be offended if someone told me the NSA wasn't spying on me.
 
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All currency is fiat currency, hiding it under your bed won't stop a government siphoning off its value through inflation.
sure but while there is physical cash you are able to transact anonymously

Also if all currency is digital and you have lost your job to automation then they will offer you 'universal basic income' in the form of digital currency

But in order to receive that UBI you will have to agree to having an RF microchip implanted into your hand

Once you are dependent on the state for that digital currency you will have to ensure that your 'social cedit score' remains high or they can simply cut off your UBI. Your microchip will also be your passport and your ID card and your access key to public transport and goods and services

So in China at the moment everyone is given a social credit score and if your score falls too low then you are blocked from using transport and other services. This ensures that you are never critical of the government

In what way does that not make you a complete slave?

I don't watch tv at all, I find it insulting.
Neither do i. TV puts people into an alpha brainwave state which is a hypnogogic and suggestive state

My favourite kind of porn is anthropomorphized artificial intelligences, that there might be AIs spying on me only makes it better :D
It could be anyone spying on you. Anyone able to hack or access that tech can spy on you

Autonomous cars can be hacked and if someone wants you dead they can simply smash your car at high speed into a tree

If you have a neural implant someone can hack your brain for fun and walk you off a cliff

I'd be offended if someone told me the NSA wasn't spying on me.
ok but if they introduce a social credit score and some voices in the democratic party have called for that then all that data being stored can be used to shape your credit score

If you are not free to speak your mind then what are you? How are you different to a slave?
 
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Interesting
Its the biggest issue facing us today

The green deal seems to be a trojan horse for a technocratic government

It would require a centralised, planned economy based around micro-managing peoples energy useage through the use of SMART technology and the internet of things which would all in turn be managed by artificial intelligence

It would take all decision making out of the hands of individuals who would become helpless pawns in the system. One definition of slavery is to be a helpless slave of a dominating influence and that is what people would become

The Privacyless, Freedomless Smart City of 2030 the Elite Are Engineering


The internet and technology is being used to mine our data and prepare for a world run by artificial intelligence:

A Talking Cricket, a Self-Writing Quill, and the Coming Hive Mind

 

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The Minds of Men
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Yes, I watched the entirety of it.
Nice one AK

So what do you make of it all?

The minds of men traces the whole process through cybernetics and upto the current push for smart cities run by AI

It also explains the history of 'psychosurgery' where the CIA has been involved for decades in trying to interface computers with the human brain

Now we see Elon Musk telling us that we all need 'neural laces' so that the AI won't destroy us and yet we know that the CIA has been working on that tech for a long time

So who does it benefit to have us all interfaced with the SMART grid?

Anyone see any potential problems here with this tech?
 

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do these people not realize that people would accept the risk of brain cancer in a heartbeat if they could stream entertainment and participate in social media at 5G speeds?

I view it like this: electromagnetic waves obviously does things to the human body, so the less the better. It can have effects which show up after multiple generations and are hard to detect in lab experiments. I would prefer to not being blasted wit 5G radiation, especially when the rationale for it is a bunch of millennials and gen-Z fuckwits having faster access to reddit and snapchat.

LAN cables 4 life.
 
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do these people not realize that people would accept the risk of brain cancer in a heartbeat if they could stream entertainment and participate in social media at 5G speeds?
yeah that's the kool aid

People won't drink the poison if you give it to them straight so you have to put it in kool aid and then hand it to them and then they'll drink it back and thank you for the refreshing drink, right before they keel over and die

I view it like this: electromagnetic waves obviously does things to the human body, so the less the better. It can have effects which show up after multiple generations and are hard to detect in lab experiments. I would prefer to not being blasted wit 5G radiation, especially when the rationale for it is a bunch of millennials and gen-Z fuckwits having faster access to reddit and snapchat.

LAN cables 4 life.
We are electrical beings so of course electromagnetic fields will impact us

One thing 5G does at the 60GigaHertz range is affect how our bodies absorb oxygen and it also affects the production of vitamin D. Vitamin D helps us to fight cancer so if 5G reduces peoples ability to produce Vitamin D then obviously that is going to lead to more cancer in society. It also affects water molecules in your body and we are 70% water

But it goes much deeper than affecting peoples health because it allows the people in power to build a SMART grid which can be used to control individuals

But it goes much deeper than enslaving people because it also ties into artificial intelligence and the creation of a technologically based sub reality into which people will be encouraged to hook their brains. That then of course hands over the control of your brain and body, thoughts, feelings and actions to the people who control the technology

The way they will sell this nightmare to people is by saying that 5G will give them faster internet. But fiber cables could do the same without all the health implications
 
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5G Is The “Stupidest Idea In The History of The World”- Washington State Biochemistry/Medical Science Prof
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  • The Facts:
    Martin L. Pall, PhD and Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University outlines in a new report the many health risks associated with 5G technology and wireless radiation in general.
  • Reflect On:
    5G is gaining attention, and it might make us a little fearful of the effects, but we must observe this fear and bring things back to awareness of the issue so we can make better choices, but not be fearful. Check out our CE Protocol for this.
 

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It's light pollution, sends signals, not just visible light, into space and the sky, so in the future when it builds up, it makes astronomy harder for professionals. Adds more signals they have to weed through.
 
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It's light pollution, sends signals, not just visible light, into space and the sky, so in the future when it builds up, it makes astronomy harder for professionals. Adds more signals they have to weed through.
I think that will be the least of our concerns as the 5G network works by sending focussed beams of militarised frequencies from your smart phone to cell towers and also to satellites which in turn send focussed beams back to your phone

If you are inbetween your phone and the cell towers and/or satellite then those focussed beams will pass right through your body

Also if you are in between anyone elses phone and a cell tower or satellite you will get their beams passing through your body

if you are in a public place or a crowd then you will get many beams passing through your body

Its also not just phones that will be doing this as all appliances will be communicating through the SMART grid 'internet of things'
 

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How much battery power does a smartphone have?
For the iPhone 8 that's 1,821mAh, lets round that up to 2000mAh for argument's sake.

Now assuming that's a 5V battery (it's probably 3.3V but again lets round up for argument's sake) that means there's V x Ah "Volt-Amp-hours" so 5x2 which is 10, these are also called Watt-hours and 1Wh equals 3600 Joules, there's about 7900 Joules in a single Orange Tic Tac.

So a 10Wh battery has 36kJ (Kilojoues) which about the energy density of 4-5 Orange Tic Tacs.

Humans are terrifyingly energy dense (our daily intake is something like 8700kJ, or 2416Wh) and if your could somehow capture all the heat radiated by the human body (at rest) that amount of energy would easily power several iPhones (heck the brain alone uses about 20W continuously) by comparison the amount of heat produced by the transmission of radiowaves by any number of iPhones is simply trivial, you're comparing an amount of heat so small it's practically undetectable to the ever raging inferno of the human metabolism.

I think that will be the least of our concerns as the 5G network works by sending focussed beams of militarised frequencies from your smart phone to cell towers and also to satellites which in turn send focussed beams back to your phone
5G to space, with the power output of a 5v supply?
These are some amazing satellites if they can hear that whisper over the background noise of solar radiation and distinguish an individual signal from billions of competing signals, absolutely incredible.
 
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How much battery power does a smartphone have?
For the iPhone 8 that's 1,821mAh, lets round that up to 2000mAh for argument's sake.

Now assuming that's a 5V battery (it's probably 3.3V but again lets round up for argument's sake) that means there's V x Ah "Volt-Amp-hours" so 5x2 which is 10, these are also called Watt-hours and 1Wh equals 3600 Joules, there's about 7900 Joules in a single Orange Tic Tac.

So a 10Wh battery has 36kJ (Kilojoues) which about the energy density of 4-5 Orange Tic Tacs.

Humans are terrifyingly energy dense (our daily intake is something like 8700kJ, or 2416Wh) and if your could somehow capture all the heat radiated by the human body (at rest) that amount of energy would easily power several iPhones (heck the brain alone uses about 20W continuously) by comparison the amount of heat produced by the transmission of radiowaves by any number of iPhones is simply trivial, you're comparing an amount of heat so small it's practically undetectable to the ever raging inferno of the human metabolism.
well you need to consider the role of Brillouin precursors:

Deep penetration into the body

Another important fact about radiation from phased array antennas is this: it penetrates much deeper into the human body and the assumptions that the FCC’s exposure limits are based on do not apply. This was brought to everyone’s attention by Dr. Richard Albanese of Brooks Air Force Base in connection with PAVE PAWS and was reported on in Microwave News in 2002. When an ordinary electromagnetic field enters the body, it causes charges to move and currents to flow. But when extremely short electromagnetic pulses enter the body, something else happens: the moving charges themselves become little antennas that re-radiate the electromagnetic field and send it deeper into the body. These re-radiated waves are called Brillouin precursors. They become significant when either the power or the phase of the waves changes rapidly enough. 5G will probably satisfy both requirements. This means that the reassurance we are being given—that these millimeter waves are too short to penetrate far into the body—is not true.


5G to space, with the power output of a 5v supply?
These are some amazing satellites if they can hear that whisper over the background noise of solar radiation and distinguish an individual signal from billions of competing signals, absolutely incredible.
they are using a phased array to focus the beam

Directed beams


5G is going to be at a much higher frequency range, which means the antennas are going to be much smaller—small enough to fit inside a smartphone—but like in PAVE PAWS they are going to work together in a phased array, and like in PAVE PAWS they are going to concentrate their energy in narrow, steerable high power beams. The arrays are going to track each other, so that wherever you are, a beam from your smartphone is going to be aimed directly at the base station (cell tower), and a beam from the base station is going to be aimed directly at you. If you walk between someone’s phone and the base station, both beams will go right through your body. The beam from the tower will hit you even if you are standing near someone who is on a smartphone. And if you are in a crowd, multiple beams will overlap and be unavoidable.


At present, smartphones emit a maximum of about two watts, and usually operate at a power of less than a watt. That will still be true of 5G phones, however inside a 5G phone there may be 8 tiny arrays of 8 tiny antennas each, all working together to track the nearest cell tower and aim a narrowly focused beam at it. The FCC has recently adopted rules allowing the effective power of those beams to be as much as 20 watts. Now if a handheld smartphone sent a 20-watt beam through your body, it would far exceed the exposure limit set by the FCC. What the FCC is counting on is that there is going to be a metal shield between the display side of a 5G phone and the side with all the circuitry and antennas. That shield will be there to protect the circuitry from electronic interference that would otherwise be caused by the display and make the phone useless. But it will also function to keep most of the radiation from traveling directly into your head or body, and therefore the FCC is allowing 5G phones to come to market that will have an effective radiated power that is ten times as high as for 4G phones. What this will do to the user’s hands, the FCC does not say. And who is going to make sure that when you stick a phone in your pocket, the correct side is facing your body? And who is going to protect all the bystanders from radiation that is coming in their direction that is ten times as strong as it used to be?


And what about all the other 5G equipment that is going to be installed in all your computers, appliances, and automobiles? The FCC calls handheld phones “mobile stations.” Transmitters in cars are also “mobile stations.” But the FCC has also issued rules for what it calls ”transportable stations,” which it defines as transmitting equipment that is used in stationary locations and not in motion, such as local hubs for wireless broadband in your home or business. The FCC’s new rules allow an effective radiated power of 300 watts for such equipment.
 
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Wi-Fi in Schools: Experimenting With the Next Generation

Commercial wireless systems expose children to nation's highest radiation levels
By Conan Milner, Epoch Times

February 28, 2019 Updated: February 28, 2019
The internet has unleashed human knowledge. Never before has it been so easy to learn so much. Of course, it has also drowned us in distraction and created a breeding ground for trolls and misinformation, but if the internet is redeemed by anything, it is its liberation of education.


When it comes to accessing this ocean of information, we have two basic choices: wired or Wi-Fi. The vast majority of schools have embraced the wireless revolution. It’s easy to see why. Compared to wired internet, wireless is simpler, cheaper, and faster for schools to install.


Today, students are trading notebooks and textbooks for laptops, cellphones, iPads, and all manner of “smart” devices connected to a potent wireless infrastructure that lets them be used virtually anywhere on school grounds.


But that wireless web comes with a devastating downside. Doctors and scientists say that the students and teachers who attend these schools are risking their health.

Radiation Dangers


Dr. Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus of biochemistry and basic medical sciences at Washington State University made a grave case about the dangers involved in his paper, “Wi-Fi is An Important Threat to Human Health,” published in the July 2018 issue of Environmental Research.


“The placement of Wi-Fi into schools around the country may well be a high-level threat to the health of our children as well being a threat to teachers and any very sensitive fetuses teachers may be carrying, as well,” Pall writes.


Since Wi-Fi is found everywhere from private homes to public spaces, Pall’s alarming claim seems hard to fathom. And yet his evidence is compelling: 23 controlled scientific studies demonstrating numerous adverse effects to Wi-Fi radiation exposure. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg—there are dozens more studies on Wi-Fi harms which were not included in the paper.


Wireless radiation has become commonplace despite well-documented evidence of its harm, with thousands of studies going back several decades demonstrating health problems associated with exposure. Some of the strongest evidence came last year from the final report of a $30 million, 19-year study funded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It was conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP)—the federal agency tasked with testing toxins—and was designed to be the final word on whether wireless radiation was harmful. It showed clear evidence of cancer and DNA damage linked to cellphone use.
 
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