posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 09:59 AM
Hi all... this isn't really a conspiracy just some speculation and curiosity about what other people think. I recently started playing Call of
Duty, Modern Warfare. I've been playing for about 2 months now and am really surprised how addictive the game is. I understand there are many video
games that are addictive like this, I was just surprised personally, because I've never been into the whole 1st person shooter games. I got turned
onto it by watching my husband play all the time, (ALL the time) finally I was like, if you can't beat em, join em.
I realize there are millions of people who play this game world wide, and I got to wondering if this might have some kind of effect on global
consciousness. Here are a few things that come to mind, they are a little out there so bear with me.
#1 World War prophecies.
Do you think it's possible prophets like Nostradamus and others were merely picing up on the massive amount of call of duty playing? Causing them to
have these apocalyptic war prophecies?
#2 An outlet for our savage nature
We humans are savage creatures. Inside most of us is an almost instinctual blood lust, this urge for battle, challenge, whatever you might want to
call it. This blood lust has caused us many problems in the past. I know that there has been a debate that graphic video games cause people to
become more violent, but I haven's seen evidence of this personally, though I'm not saying it doesn't happen. However, perhaps we could use games
like call of duty to satisfy that craving without actually causing real bodily harm to people. The Iroquois used to use lacrosse to settle disputes
instead of war, I heard that on a radio show just the other day, that got me thinking about this subject in regards to call of duty.
#3 Or is it something more sinister?
If you've ever played call of duty, you'll remember the intro when they show all these green points on the globe being connected to all these other
points on the globe by web-like lines until the whole thing is covered. It has me thinking about the 100 monkey theory, given the massive amount of
people who play this game, what kind of global consequences could it have?
That's all for now, what do you guys think?