C.H. Smith nailed it: “There is no avenue left for advocacy, grievances or redress in a system dominated by global corporations.” In the old feudal days, peasants with pitchforks and torches could assault the lord’s castle on a hill. Today, there is no castle nor is there even a hill. Yet, we still have the same grievances, angst and desires for peace, safety and prosperity.
July 6, 2016
TN Note: Since robots are made by humans, it follows that robots will be created to do what humans do, including the dark side of hunting and killing. Governments and terrorists will love this technology.
TN Note: Workers? Who needs workers any more? The Technocrat mindset deals much better with inanimate objects like machines and robots, rather than people. With machines, efficiency can be hammered out to the last degree.
The world is crazed on virtual reality technology, where you put a view-finder device on your head and immerse yourself in a 3-D world of… whatever: computer games, role play, modeling systems, pornography. Because the experiences are so very realistic, they are certain to produce memories that will seem to be very real. Plus, if the programmer so desires, such memories might be created without any knowledge or understanding by the recipient.