posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 08:21 PM
For those of you unfamiliar with Ingress
, it is an augmented reality game currently in closed testing by google.
The premise of the game is that certain areas such as monuments and works of art have clusters of exotic matter which creates portals. Players go out
into the world to gather exotic matter and fight over portals.
The story behind the game is deeply steeped in conspiracy theory, and is very well done. It hits all the right conspiracy theory buttons. THere are
too many Ingress videos online for me to pick a good one, but the story is pretty engrossing for those who appreciate a good conspiracy.
Now it's confusing enough that the game is based on a conspiracy it's self. but last night on Coast
to Coast AM
, the author Thomas Greanias who writes a series of fictional books based on this game made an appearance. I've listened to his
segment over and over, but I swear he's suggesting that this so called exotic matter mapped out by the game is in actuality a real thing. He even
claims it's having an effect on the players.
So here's my question: Is there any validity to the idea that this game is mapping something real? Or did I misunderstand and he's talking about his
new book or something?
As Thomas Greanias describes exotic matter found an sacred and artistic sites, it sounds an awful lot what would be expected from the Torsion physics
model. Is Google mapping these locations around the globe and experimenting with them through unwitting gamers?
It's really difficult to research this subject when the game it's self is based on conspiracy. If anyone could shed some light on this, I'd really
edit on 24-8-2013 by The Cusp because: (no reason given)
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