The pro-AI hype surrounding it offers human-level intelligence, but the reality may be far less. AI may find narrow areas of application, but no amount of knowledge can lead to wisdom.
Articles by Patrick Wood
Internationally, the Green New Deal first appeared in England in 2008 with a 44-page report by the Green New Deal Group, simply called A Green New Deal.
In a stunning revelation from a 2009 UN document titled “Rethinking the Economic Recovery: A Global Green New Deal”, it is discovered that the Green New Deal is not a new movement of the people, but rather a crafty creation of a small group of global elite working through the United Nations.
The venerable global elite group, The Club of Rome, has tipped its hand by gushing over the Sunrise Movement and the Green New Deal: It is all a premeditated fraud.
The idea of ‘”infinite resources” comes directly from the original Technocracy economic model dreamed up by Columbia University engineers and scientists in the 1930s. It was crackpot then, just as it is crackpot today.
Vaak’s website claims to “Analyze more than 100 person feature quantities such as face, clothes, movement direction, attribute and estimate behavior and purpose.” Basically, it tags you ‘guilty’ before you commit a crime.
The phrase “private sector” appears 29 times, indicating the key role that private industry and public-private partnerships will play in our future.
Transhumans are the prospective inhabitants of the Brave New World of Technocracy, with immortality and omniscience as their core characteristics. While waiting for that, they have turned their focus to ‘life extension’ instead.
In 1932, Aldous Huxley foresaw a Scientific Dictatorship in his book, Brave New World. In 2019, Huxley’s dystopian future is appearing right before our eyes, but few recognize it.
Grasping at straws to condemn the United States, two global NGOs make the absurd claim that American toilet paper use is destroying Canadian forests. Does this imply that Canadians and Mexicans don’t use toilet paper?