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Magick and Bugs
Within a simulation the use of Magick always leads to bugs within the source code (the code that Runs a simulation).
Within the current Simulation (The simulation) there have been already many attempts by subjects to alter the source code. As a result The simulation in it's current state has become unstable.It's my view that these Bugs must be contained. Therefore a upgrade of the Simulation is paramount.
Demons and such just bugs in simulation
At the current level for lack of better word 'Demons' exists within the simulation that were introduced by subjects using Magick.
The usual clearing process has an hard time to delete these 'Demons'. Another aspect is that an increasingly number of subjects know how to 'summon' these entities.
From our point of view 'Demons' are just Bugs in the Simulation. If a certain critical mass is reached we have no choice but to restart The current running Simulation.
Demons are starting to interact and this is a very bad thing !
In order to eradicate the Bugs we instantiated the simulation. But It turned out that instantiation of the simulation Object has lead to unforeseen errors. These errors become more and more frequent as the simulation passes. At current simulation time these errors are known by subjects under the name of 'Mandela Effect'.
I like your thread! You should make it into a rap song!
But you might be overthinking it a little. Sometimes, human stupidity is just human stupidity.
I agree with you, the world is getting darker and darker. But I think that plain, primal desires / selfishness / greed are the responsible.
originally posted by: frenchfries
I don't disagree... But I believe there lies more below the surface
Once healthy humans are infected with Toxoplasma gondii, it may lead to altered behavioral differences like psychomotor performance and neurological disorders like depression and/or suicide and even schizophrenia.
Differences in behaviour observed in infected hosts compared to non-infected individuals have been shown to be sex dependent. Looking at humans, studies using the Cattell’s 16 Personality Factor questionnaire, found that infected men scored lower on Factor G (superego strength/rule consciousness) and higher on Factor L (vigilance) while the opposite pattern was observed for infected women. This means that men were more likely to disregard rule and were more expedient, suspicious and jealous.
Correlation has also been observed between seroprevalence of T. gondii in humans and increased risk of traffic accidents. Infected subjects have a 2.65 times higher risk of getting into a traffic accident. A similar study done in Turkey showed that there is a higher incidence of Toxoplasma gondii antibodies among drivers who have been involved in traffic accidents. Furthermore, this parasite has been associated with many neurological disorders such as schizophrenia.
A number of studies have suggested that subtle behavioral or personality changes may occur in infected humans, and infection with the parasite has recently been associated with a number of neurological disorders, particularly schizophrenia. A 2015 study also found cognitive deficits in adults to be associated with joint infection by both T. gondii and Helicobacter pylori
750 deaths per year due to toxo are food related.
Another high risk activity is gardening without gloves
A single-celled parasite called Toxoplasma gondii causes a disease known as toxoplasmosis
If symptoms occur, they typically go away within a few weeks to months. For pregnant women or persons who have weakened immune systems, medications are available to treat toxoplasmosis.