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Your internet posts are read by historians 1000 years in the future—

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posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:27 PM
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The internet exists 1000 years from today, and a log of whatever it contains has been collecting the whole time. Your internet posts are dug up, translated and read by historians in the distant future—

Knowing this, could you take pride in what you've previously expressed on the internet knowing that it will be read by historians?

Knowing this, would your current conduct change in any way?

Thank you,





posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:29 PM
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I mean what I say, and say what I mean.

If its posted on the internet its seen by potentially billions, and Cataloged by the government.

So whats it to me if 1000 years from now more people read what I've said here?



posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:32 PM
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Lets see, trying to get disclosure, not only on ufology but on the hidden sciences and equalize all people and free them, that they all have land and donate time as they wish to causes, but are not slaves. That the leaders stop harming and repent, and break their own contracts to dark side, and that we all progress.

That people stop giving their power away and take their spirituality within to improve self and never harm anyone.

Hmmm....would I change my posts. Nada.



posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:47 PM
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Yes, but they don't understand your humor.

(You mean they only had one brain and body? How'd they survive?)



posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:48 PM
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Listen here dear friend,If you must.Absolutely not!....Mainly because I don't pretend to be who I'm not and am not ashamed of who I am.......


Anyways,my fractals would be out of this world by then.



posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:49 PM
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If the NWO get's it way and destroys the majority of worlds population who will be digging up and translating our internet posts? Will there even be an internet or computers to translate? Nothing survives a nuke, whether detonated on the ground or in the atmosphere.

If there is no NWO and they don't get their way I'm hoping the internet will still be alive and well, especially for the kids to able to look up old websites on archive.org... (or whatever future websites evolve into).

With the speed of technology today and world wide conflicts who knows what our future will look like in 1000 years.

Ugh, bummer.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 12:14 AM
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Originally posted by LesMisanthrope
The internet exists 1000 years from today, and a log of whatever it contains has been collecting the whole time. Your internet posts are dug up, translated and read by historians in the distant future—

Knowing this, could you take pride in what you've previously expressed on the internet knowing that it will be read by historians?

Knowing this, would your current conduct change in any way?

Thank you,



Tomorrow I'll regret some of the things I've posted on the internet today. The thing is I'll be alive tomorrow, or so I hope, and I may have to answer for my actions.

If somebody a thousand years from now is so bored that he or she finds the need to read my ats comments then why should I care I'll be dead.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 12:40 AM
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I have thought about this allot actually. I think about it everyday believe it or not. I am convinced that they will look at us in a more intimate light than we think. I cant see the rate of free flowing of information as it is now being that way forever.

Either:

1. The internet will be very restricted and only an elite upper echelon will be privy to it, including logs of past usage.

or

2. It will be completely free the way it should be and the human condition will continue to change thanks to it. In this scenario people will look back to simpler times for inspiration about themselves.

Either way people then will look at us an think they know us very well because of the things we post now all over the internet. It is a way to taste our time if you will. For example....You can "taste" the early 90s in music, television, books, ect, from then. It is possible to get an idea of a people and a time from even one interview or a movie, or a song....

If in a thousand years people are able to see the inner workings of the minds of a global community for a period of at least 100 years, then I think they will know much about us, our time, and others who followed.

What is cool is that our time will be the most studied since we are the pioneer generation of internauts.
Some of us were on the net back when using it meant that no one could make a phone call.

I feel good about being one of the first people online. It really rocks in many ways.

Great topic sir. well done.


edit on 26-7-2013 by tadaman because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by LesMisanthrope
The internet exists 1000 years from today, and a log of whatever it contains has been collecting the whole time. Your internet posts are dug up, translated and read by historians in the distant future—

Knowing this, could you take pride in what you've previously expressed on the internet knowing that it will be read by historians?

Knowing this, would your current conduct change in any way?

Thank you,



I already feel anything that i express on the internet is etched into reality forever. As far as historians from the future are concerned i hope i am putting on a good show for them.
I do not care if they like it or not really since i will be dead by then and for all i know things may have changed so much in 1000 years, that what i thought was "utter trash" might well be the new "holy book" in the future.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 02:16 AM
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Unless you're specifically targeted for reasons out of our current sight,
by future... internet archeologists...? lol
I think there will be too much internet to sort through to come across your post or mine.
Hiding in plain sight.

Would I change my ways? Yes. Why not?
I'm not very internet saavy at all. Computers are not my forte' if you will.
I can barely type out these sentences coherently to the point I would like.
But if I can help humanity progress even slightly...



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 05:25 AM
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I require no pride, only contentment. I have never said something on ATS, which I regret. People, as always, are free to draw whatever conclusion about me that they wish to, from the comments I make. It is for others to ensure thier conclusions are accurate, not for me to carefully censor myself so that a desired appearance is achieved. Another way to look at it, is that although I respect members here, and people that I know, that doesnt mean that I give a God damn what folk think of me. People are welcome to thier opinions, wether they are formulated through interaction with me in life, or on the boards, or wether they are formed later in human history, by dusty folk in the future equivalent of a pith helmet and khaki shorts.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 05:31 AM
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1000 years into the future. The human race will either have become extinct or advanced so much that we will have created our own ancestory simulations that you are quite possibly living in now. Why read their posts when you can live their lives



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 05:38 AM
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They will make a new religion from mine

Behold the word of Monkey

(joke btw)



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 05:48 AM
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My grammar is very bad and I would do my best to make it look better. So future people can understand what I'm trying to say in my comments.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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Well ... a thousand years from now ... if the historians of that time period are anything like the people of today, they'll sell the movie/book rights to the information for big $$$.

Whatever version of 'movies' they have in the future, when the ATS Movie comes out, I hope they get someone very cool to play 'FlyersFan'.
Someone like Sarah Conner in the second Terminator movie.
I started out that way nine years ago. Now I"m just a shell of that due to health issues ... but I might as well dream big ...



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
They will make a new religion from mine

Behold the word of Monkey

(joke btw)


I was thinking along the same lines.


Kind of like finding the Dead Sea scrolls.

"OMG! The Gospel of Beezzer!"




posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 06:57 AM
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A monkey and a Rabbit based religion
I like it



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 07:15 AM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
A monkey and a Rabbit based religion
I like it

Peaceful lil' rabbit that likes procreating and a poo flinging fun monkey that lives in trees.

It would be a lot better than some of the other ones out there at the moment.



posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 07:27 AM
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Assuming that our version of the internet remains accessible (remembering the fate of VHS tapes), the language will have changed so much by then that nobody will be able to read our posts except for highly trained specialists.
So the future's knowledge of us will depend on what the specialists select for translation and comment.
Our posts will be full of unknown words or words which have changed their meanings, and we will be misunderstood- just as, even now, millions of English-speaking people around the world think "Wherefore art thou Romeo?" means "Where are you?"

Also, by that time, we will be unknown as individuals. Our descendants will not know that they are our descendants. For all practical purposes, we will be anonymous.
So there would not be much point in worrying what the people of the future might think.
We may as well express ourselves in the way that's right for the situation, and let the future take care of itself.


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posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 08:57 AM
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They going to assume we worshiped cats and are phonetically retarded.




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