How To Survive The 21st Century – From the Davos Economic Forum

The British Astronomer Royale apparently has offered up that there is only a 50/50 chance of surviving the 21st Century.

This is a 45 minute video, which outlines the “coming ecological tragedies” among other issues. Three challenges are facing humanity: Nuclear War, Ecological Collapse, Psychological Disruption. The last of these is so far a much newer problem, but overwhelmingly  terrible for many humans.

This is because our leaders are on a path to quickly develop AI to take over every facet of our lives. COVID is an element that has brought our societies into lockdown mode. (Aside: although there is a lot of scorn that has been heaped on Alex Jones it is important to notice  he coined the notion of “Prison Planet,” and everyone needs to become aware that “lockdown is prison terminology.”)

My latest copy of AARP’s monthly magazine already has cheerfully pointed out that to allow workers to stay home during the pandemic, robotic housekeepers are being used in many hotel chains. Thee AI maids can bring towels to the room, and of course, Roomba’s can vacuum to rooms.

Visiting my rural county’s largest pharmacy a few weeks ago, i was startled to realzie I was the just about the only one in the store. usually Sunday the place is full of people. But there were almost no other custoemrs, and there were self service scanner rather than humans when I needed to check out.

Under the guise of COVID, we are about to witness a major downsizing of almost all aspects of society’s worker bees. Even doctors are about to be replaced by first virtual visits with real flesh and blood doctors, but then gradually there will be only AI doctors to see us.

Other questions arise as well. Will a  self driving car be programmed to chose to drive into a useless eater’s car rather than a vehicle housing a human with a higher “social credit score” if an accident is unavoidable?

How will we transform into a society with self driving cars? Gas is already on its way to being unaffordable: Biden as been in office a mere 5 weeks, and yet a barrel of oil has gone from 26 bucks to 62! Thre is once again a major emphasis on the news that the lockdowns have helped re-generate the planet, and so perhaps being at home for another year or two is necessary. This requirement will be acceptable to many, as after all, isn’t the alternative the complete and utter destruction of the planet in 11 more years?

One of the speakers admits that we as human beings will be “hacked.” His candid admission  totally supports the notion proposed by Catherine Austin Fitts and others that the COVID vaccines are nothing more than a computer operating system that is injected into each of us and operates by nano particles. The electrical grid that will be made possible by 5G can continually assess our body’s temperature, our pulse rate, our respiration process and more. In order for this grid to work, it most likely will be necessary to have the social distancing measures become the new normal.

I am interested in what people here have to say on this extremely frightening situation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR2PmTQxj7uOoLPvrzcf570c2uhnsdBI5T0RD-h9xNQQq9su_-1V8xEkzOU&v=eOsKFOrW5h8&feature=youtu.be

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  1. I honestly doubt that the current vaccines have nano-computers, but the self-driving cars thing can be excused through worsening of traffic patterns thereby necessitating AI to redirect traffic flows.And banking chips in the web of the thumb are certainly being considered.What actually will be the fate of humanity when computers do everything, 99% of people are unemployed, and all money is digital.  Hint: I think I know the answer but it is perhaps best left unsaid.

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  2. It is easy to dismiss the idea that a computer operating system can be uploaded into a  human being for individuals who  were educated in the era of micro technology.
    However that is so 20th Century. The 21st Century is not about “micro” anything but about nano technology. remember, micro means “millionth. While nano means billionth.
    If this is not about the insertion of a nano driven computer operating system, why did the Trump- supported vaccine rely so much on the research of the top world’s nano particle computer operating system expert, whose stated goal for years has been to aid those in the “health field” and “business world” who wish to have this nano-inserted particle able to operate inside  the human body?
     

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  3. What we were being told about miniaturization of nano technology driven computer chips inside living cells – from eleven years ago!
    https://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=15292.php

    Posted: Mar 15, 2010Future bio-nanotechnology will use computer chips inside living cells(Nanowerk Spotlight)

    Continuing miniaturization has moved the semiconductor industry well into the nano realm with leading chip manufacturers on their way to CMOS using 22nm process technology. With transistors the size of tens of nanometers, researchers in the field of nanobiotechnology have begun to explore the interface of biology and electronics by integrating nanoelectronic components and living cells.

    While researchers have already experimented with integrating living cells into semiconductor materials (see “Scientists integrate living brain cells into organic semiconductors”) other research is exploring the opposite way, i.e. integrating nanoelectronics into living cells.The study of individual cells is of great importance in biomedicine. Many biological processes incur inside cells and these processes can differ from cell to cell. The development of micro- and nanoscale tools smaller than cells will help in understanding the cellular machinery at the single cell level. All kinds of mechanical, biochemical, electrochemical and thermal processes could be studied using these devices.A typical human cell is the size of about 10 square micrometers which means that hundreds of today’s smallest transistors could fit inside a single cell. If the current rate of miniaturization continues, by 2020 approximately 2.500 transistors – equivalent to microprocessors of the first generation of personal computers – could fit into the area of a typical living cell.

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  4. And let’ s not discount the importance of Klaus Schwab’s statements:

    https://humansarefree.com/2020/11/klaus-schwab-great-reset-implantable-microchips.html

    From the article: The agenda is primarily based around dismantling the current capitalist system in favor of greater centralized technocrat rule which will lead to lower living standards, less fuel consumption, fewer civil liberties and the accelerated automation of jobs.

    However, another key aspect to “The Great Reset,” or the “fourth industrial revolution” as Schwab calls it, is merging man with machine.“What the fourth industrial revolution will lead to is a fusion of our physical, digital and biological identity,” Schwab told the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

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  5. To your Post, here’s a question that I ponder and don’t have an answer for, and I’ll ask it of you.  Hypothetically, if a few years from now you have the choice of taking a vaccine or having all your finances frozen, which would you choose?  And why?(This is not so far fetched.  Biden has reinstituted Operation Choke Point, and while I was typing this my wife said that a woman was fired from I think a literary agency for having Parler and Gab accounts.)

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  6. Duplicate post because WordPress sux.

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  7. There are two enduring truths about AI:
    1. It’s always just around the corner but never quite arrives.
    2. Lots of pedestrian things are dubbed AI to lessen the disappointment caused by truth #1.
    There are examples of both truths here. Self-driving cars have been on the brink of taking over the highways for about ten years. Instead, some players have dropped out and there have been setbacks. Roombas are not AI in any meaningful sense; they’re dumb as a bag of rocks. Self-checkout at the supermarket isn’t much better. If a simple algorithm is AI, the term has lost all meaning.

    To appreciate the difficulty of duplicating or imitating human intelligence, consider that a microprocessor’s clock speed is at least 100 million times faster than the human brain’s yet can do pattern recognition much less well. Clearly, brute force is not doing the trick; something is missing. Never underestimate the ability of AI boosters to underestimate the human brain.

    Nanotechnology has been similarly overhyped. We live in a world of propaganda and it seems to be getting more intense, perhaps because the political class fears they are losing their grip on the populace.

    The biggest threat to your liberty, privacy, and security is in your pocket or purse. This surveillance device has been lovingly embraced by almost everyone; no one forced it on you. The next biggest threat is the surveillance device you may have installed in your home: Amazon Echo or similar. “Alexa, please spy on me.” Rounding out the invasive technology leader board is all the other IoT you may have, from ‘smart’ toasters to smart door locks.

    Self-driving cars will probably work eventually but not as soon as anyone expects. And when they do burst on the scene, most folks will get in line to buy them. The same goes for all the other scary monsters on the dystopian horizon because they offer comfort and convenience. Neither Klaus Schwab nor any other of the usual suspects are going to force them on anyone, just like they never had to force you to buy that smart phone.

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  8. And let me add that on another forum someone wrote a post asking if people worship the economy as a god.  I think that this is a moot question, because if predictions are correct the “economy” will no longer exist.  Schwab (I believe) among others intend that there will be one world currency, most people will be unemployed and receiving (if they are true to their word) a living stipend.  AI will pacify everyone through psychological techniques and knowing each of us better than we know ourselves.  And “riches” (that he nebulously calls “profits”) will be accumulated, but he doesn’t say by whom or in what form. I ask myself, who will buy anything, and what will be the profit if the corporations are just giving everyone money for nothing and receiving it back from those they are subsidizing in return for providing food, housing and entertainment?  I do not think this will be an economy in any recognizable sense of the word.The world, it seems, will be just a single company store, and currency will just be nothing more than the old company chits.

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  9. True, drlorentz.  If a person with an IQ of 80 can drive a car all his life without having an accident (and they do) how smart can an AI program be if it can’t drive across town without failing to stay in its lane, speeding up into bridge abutment, and exploding into flames, killing the driver?

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  10. I agree with Doc, that AI is overhyped. Especially as we do not have the infrastructure to do it. I think way too many elites love their theories. They make up great presentations that they can show their elites counterparts and they all applaud and pat themselves on the back and try to implement them but then reality smacks them in the face. Not saying they don’t do great damage but they don’t understand practicalities. Look at what just happened in Texas last week. It was an excellent example as to how impractical renewable energy is. What the heck do you do when the wind turbine freezes, or there is snow on the solar panels? None of this AI crap works without energy, and these dunces don’t know how you actually make energy. We need to get back to basics. First of all learn a skill. If you have a skill that someone may need, if Klaus Schwab does decide to cut off anyone financially you could always barter. Build your community and get to know people. I think that is the biggest lesson that this pandemic has taught us, is that people need to stick together cause the state will fail us.  

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  11. I think way too many elites love their theories. They make up great presentations that they can show their elites counterparts and they all applaud and pat themselves on the back and try to implement them but then reality smacks them in the face. 

    The “elites” are mostly midwits, which explains why their fantasies rarely become reality. If there’s any hope of avoiding the technocratic dystopia, it’s the midwittery of the political class. They are getting stupider every year. Just compare the current crop of Congress-critters and White House denizens with what there was as recently as the Bill Clinton era. 
    In this sense, the trend is your friend.

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  12. >First of all learn a skill. If you have a skill that someone may need, if Klaus Schwab does decide to cut off anyone financially you could always barter. Build your community and get to know people. I think that is the biggest lesson that this pandemic has taught us, is that people need to stick together cause the state will fail us.

    Absolutely. Lefty used to constantly say, “Think globally, act locally.” At least they were half right.

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  13. That assumes that an individual does not live in a repressive place like California, when next week or next month we might be told we must stay in our homes or face a huge fine. Already The LA Times has this story of some new strain of COVID which might require even more extreme measures in the  coming months.
    Most free thinkers, and people who have small businesses on the verge of being wiped out know that this is not about a virus. It is about the Great Reset, that will ensure the UN has its way in terms of placing 350 million “economic, war, and climate change” refuges within the borders of Europe, Gr Britain and Scotland & Ireland, Canada, USA and Australia.
    Combine that policy with the emerging COVID economic mitigation policies which offer monies and solace foremost to people of color., and you can see the coming decade will not only be the “decade of vaccines” as Gates has named it, but the “decade of the elimination of whites.”

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  14. It is about the Great Reset…

    The Davos bugmen are midwits. Furthermore, they are soulless, hollow men with no real purpose in life. They don’t believe in anything. With all these limitations, they’ll have a tough time.
    Their stuff is mostly hype. The AI, self-driving car dystopia won’t come to pass because they lack the ability to bring it to fruition. That’s the silver lining to the dark cloud of declining cognitive ability and the disintegration of liberal democracy.
    You should be thinking about what comes next. No one knows but I’m pretty sure it won’t be what most people think.

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  15. Flicker says:February 25, 2021 at 07:19To your Post, here’s a question that I ponder and don’t have an answer for, and I’ll ask it of you.  Hypothetically, if a few years from now you have the choice of taking a vaccine or having all your finances frozen, which would you choose?  And why?(This is not so far fetched.  Biden has reinstituted Operation Choke Point, and while I was typing this my wife said that a woman was fired from I think a literary agency for having Parler and Gab accounts.)

    Your last statements first: did Biden use an Executive Order to re-institute Operation Choke Point? I thought that in 2017 a bill went through Congress that stopped that operation dead in its tracks?

    Of course the cancel culture’s grip over employment, educational opportunities and more makes it unsurprising that someone was fired for their involvement with Parler and Gab. After all, it’s obvious the point of those two social media platforms is so Trump supporters can keep up a dialogue with one another, without being censored or put in twitter or FB jail.

    Since the snowflakes think the conservatives are White Supremacists, as is their Hitlerian leader, Donald, it makes sense that a person can be fired for belonging to alt social media. (Or at least it make  sense to snowflakes.)

    Anyway if I had to choose between not having my money or not having my health, I’d probably take a powder. It was proven in animal trials that the original corona virus vaccine killed off the trial animals, not at the time of their being jabbed, but due to the enhancement of susceptibility to the other corona viruses in existence. So you get the vaccine, and then when you encounter a corona virus, you get a serious case of it and then die.(Even if the virus is just the plain old common cold.)

    The cover story is already being fleshed out for when this happens to the vaccinated segment of the population — headlines will be promulgated that a “New Corona Virus – More Deadly Than COVID – Has Shown Up On Our Shores.”

    I realize this sounds nuts to most people here. However if I had held prescient knowledge 15 months ago that a virus was going to make its way throughout the world, that it was not really going to be much worse than a bad outbreak of a seasonal influenza a or influenza b, but that due to our health officials refusing to allow the actual treatment for it to come about inside the industrialized nations, 450,000 people died, the middle class was locked down off and on over a year, mom and pop businesses were shuttered, with at least 13 million of them now gone for good, an election would be decided perhaps solely  due to 80 million mail in ballots being sent out unrequested, suicides would outpace COVID deaths but this fact would be left mostly unmentioned, and on and on, everyone here – including me, The Prescient Psychic Dreamer – would have seriously wondered what funny cigarettes I was smoking.  

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