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Advances in technology requires more and more trust in Government

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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 04:37 AM
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As we make advancements in health care we have to ask ourselves “Can we trust the Government with this kind of knowledge and power?”
New technological advances are giving the powerful the opportunity to have complete rule over the planet. They will be able to manufacture diseases that will target and kill a certain type of the population. The latest advancement they are working on is called immuneML.
B and T cells in our immune system all have small receptors on the surface. There are millions of different receptors. From a blood sample, scientists and doctors will be able to diagnose if a person has a disease or not. On the individual receptor level they will see if one specific receptor is specific to corona or to something else. They will analyse these receptors using machine learning, then will be able to say what each of those receptors are specific for; what specific disease, what specific virus or bacteria, even cancer and autoimmunity.
They also want to analyse the whole collection of receptors someone has in their body, what is called the adaptive immune receptor repertoire (AIRR). The immune receptors, on the other hand, show responses to already ongoing disease processes. They do not merely tell you about an increased risk of a disease. They can tell you that a given disease is already developing in your body, and that you will probably notice the symptoms in a few years.
Also immuneML is an open source platform. Anyone can use it. It sounds great and all but that seems like in-depth knowledge of someone. Or will it be restricted to Doctor -Patient? Best case scenario is it becomes so that only the patient is involved in the process. But when you have Elites screaming about over population why would they allow machines to be made that add 20-30 years to everyone’s life span?

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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 05:26 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

So people can work and contribute to society for an additional 20-30 years springs to mind.

By 2100 the world population is projected to reach approximately 11 billion, with annual growth of less than 0.1% a steep decline from the current rate.

You don't destroy your work force because you simply cannot get blood out a stone, nor tax nether for that matter.

And if "they" dont have anyone to do the actual work thus facilitate there lifestyles, and maintain there way of life up there in those Ivory towers, they might have to come down and do some themselves.

I don't see them getting there paws dirty if im honest.
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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 06:29 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake



So people can work and contribute to society for an additional 20-30 years springs to mind.


Right now the problem isn't how long a person lives, it's how long they live in good health.

I'd gladly be part of the labor force for longer in exchange for ensuring that a higher percentage of my old age was spent not being crippled by arthritis or being a virtual vegetable with dementia.

I've seen elderly relatives live to an old age only to become housebound and unable to care for themselves. They weren't able to enjoy their lives.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 06:30 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

The alternative to a government that you can vote in or out is that this is surrendered to big business, over whom you have no power or control.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 06:37 AM
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a reply to: AaarghZombies

I cared for and watched my gran go with vascular dementia AaarghZombies.

No joke and then some.

Quality of life is indeed the ticket!

Even under perfect conditions and environment the life span of a human being is estimated to be around 160 years tops.

We simply are not built to last, here for a good time not a long time.

Our minds and bodies simply are not up to the task of existing for centuries, biologically speaking anyroad.

The problem is indeed our limited longevity all the same, as it seems to me most people are only just beginning to understand true knowledge and wisdom when ether death or senility comes along to ruin the day.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 06:43 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77




“Can we trust the Government with this kind of knowledge and power?”

No , trust is earned and no government that I can remember has ever earned that trust.
Can a sheep , pig , cow trust a farmer ?



But when you have Elites screaming about over population why would they allow machines to be made that add 20-30 years to everyone’s life span?

The longer we live the longer we can work , I think the idea is to cull the sick so they make way for more worker bees to make the farmers more honey (money).



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 07:02 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: mcsnacks77

The alternative to a government that you can vote in or out is that this is surrendered to big business, over whom you have no power or control.

AZ a good point. The problem we have now is big business has stomped out all competition by the Gov looking the other way and the Justice system avoiding making charges and allowing the checks and balances promised on that COTUS they use as toilet paper.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 07:42 AM
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a reply to: gortex

But isn’t technology also eliminating the need for worker bees? Robotics and autonomous are everywhere already. Imagine In 5 years.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 07:46 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

Who fixes the robots and automations when they breakdown?

Their will still be a need for man for the foreseeable.

They are not quite at the "I, Robot" level just yet.


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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 08:17 AM
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But isn’t technology also eliminating the need for worker bees?

It will do eventually but in the UK at the moment there are over I million unfilled job vacancies so worker bees are still needed.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:08 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake
All this is true.
What if I told you about a place created in perfection, where there was no death of any kind. People and animals all lived in harmony, feeding on fruits and vegetation. The spherical place they lived spun on its axis perfectly at a speed that made all living things on this sphere experience a gravity of 1/3 of their weight. This type of weightlessness allowed trees to grow as far up as they could see and it was impossible for them to fall so they never died and grew bigger than any building could be built. This type of gravity made it possible for the people to be able to build pyramids and structures that weighed thousands of tons. They spoke to the creator and they spoke back. Words were never spoken they didn’t exist. All consciousness was connected to the other by their alpha waves and were in a state of constant connection. Then one day a comet came and struck the planet. This slowed down the earths spin o. It’s axis, caused it to have a tilt, and a permanent wobble. The planet grew dark, tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanoes covered the planet. A few of the people were able to get into caves on mountain tops before the once green and blue planet turned cold and started to freeze from the sun being blocked out for many days. The oceans and lakes, rivers and streams were polluted and poison by the rotting fish and animals.Fires burned, almost all the vegetation was burned or frozen. The people and animals that survived became starved as famine took over the planet. The bigger animals were the first to start eating on the carcasses left. Then the people began. After awhile the carcasses became scarce and thus having a taste for meat the animals started killing and eating the weaker ones. People soon followed. Perfection was now hell. Evil was inside all of the survivors permanently. They had chosen to take others lives than lose their own. They had broken their covenant with the the One. And could never hear his voice again. They were fallen angels.Once perfect light beings, but now imprisoned by the darkness they allowed in. Their light will never go out but is dimmed, keeping their consciousness in a state of amnesia until their release from punishment.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:13 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

Well to start with i would ask for some paragraphs.

I'm dyslexic mcsnacks77, that big body of text just hurts my old skyballs and puggles my brain somewhat more than usual.


I ken all about fallen angels and their offspring's stories.

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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:16 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake

They have a few that can now fix each other. In 5 years how are 8.3 billion people going to have jobs? They have trucks that are ready to deliver goods autonomously. Trains can. Ships are were they only require 2 men crews now. Technology advances at a pace of 25years to 1 year. Meaning we get done in one year what used to take us 25 to accomplish. And it’s going up every year exponentially.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:19 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

Humans adapt and overcome mcsnacks77.

We will be required to find alternative employment in different industries for the most part.

However if all of what you predict comes to pass colonisation where the likes of low Earth orbit and our Moon wont be far behind.

And that's a new golden age for both Man and machine right there.

Then the sky really is the limit.


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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:47 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake

But the moon isn’t going to be gone soon. You know since it’s moving further and further away. As the magnetic poles drift and if they do flip like predicted that could cause the moon to drift faster and far enough that it can’t become magnetically locked again.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 09:50 AM
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Oh and what if the only way to adapt is by using Bill Gates plan? You know exterminating 6.5 billion people, you know for the good of the planet. The need for group survival outweigh the the need of the individual. 😂



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 10:00 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

Define soon?


One day humanity will be gone mcsnacks77.

Same as our Sun, and all the rest of the stars.

For the time being the Moon will serve her purpose, which is rather interesting in itself really.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 10:03 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

If we don't adapt im sure nature will fill the gap as she abhors a vacuum.

The need for group survival has always outweighed the need of the individual, or do you disagree?

As to Gates wanting to exterminating 6.5 billion people, well im not quite sure about that if im honest, makes great doom porn all the same.
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posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 10:03 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake

My bad. Didn’t expect you to read to far into it. That’s the story my grandmother told me when I was little. It was her Bible she said that she had been taught.
It’s comes from the oldest Native American tribe in North America. A tribe that built the largest burial mounds in the world. A tribe that had never been taught math but built the mounds in a perfect Pythagorean theorem angle. A tribe who told a of a people they called moon people, that fell from the sky.And lived in the caves, had golden hair and eyes of water(blue). A tribe who drew pictures like the ones found on the scrolls in the caves of the the Middle East called Revelations. Lots of strange history that adds up but it shouldn’t add up.



posted on Jan, 29 2022 @ 10:11 AM
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a reply to: mcsnacks77

Sounds like creation stories to me.

Those are always of interest.

You did not expect me to read to far into it, why may i ask?

Loads of word of mouth legends and oral accounts passed along about ancient races kicking around the Panamint mountain range seem to spring to mind. "Hav'mu'suvs" Ant people, and silver disks, im maybe not remembering the name correctly.

Seem to recall reading about the likes of those once upon a time, and many others.
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