A national Free newspaper in the UK, given out in cities and at stations within the rail and bus network had an appalling feature today. I never read it, but my wife handed it to me today as she picked one up. It's a 3 page article with not one negative comment, it's all literally pro-transhumanism, pro-cyborg. Here are few quotes:
...we are on an evolutionary path that that by 2050 will see an entirely new fusion of man and machine he calls homo optimus
For tech incubator Epicentre in Sweden, work really gets under their skin after RFID chips the size of a grain of rice were inserted into their hands, this allows them to open doors and interact with their smartphones and computers, store security information and even make payments, all with a wave of their arm
....a radical transformation of the human race in as little as 35 years
...will choose to replace their biological heart with a wi-fi connected mechanical one to help stave off heart attacks
other nonsense goes on about smart make up, that has tiny implants between skin cells that interact with a phone app to instantly add and change make up. Scary to think i have 2 young children growing up into this.
Forgive me while I ramble now, but this has been bothering me for a few weeks, it seems right to bring it up now! off topic but ties in.
We got married in the Cook Islands in 2007 towards the end of a 9 month world trip. My wife and I had some weird things happen very recently that relate to the trip.
I was looking (very optimistic) for houses for sale in the Cook Islands one day, just out of interest, didn't spend long but i looked. The next day, my wife rang to tell me a large picture had fallen on the wall of our house. The picture was taken whilst on the same trip in which we got married (only a few days earlier, my 6 yr old asked where the picture was taken). A day or so after my wife was then given a New Zealand dollar as change in error, instead of a £1 (Cook Islands being part of NZ territory). Also on the same world trip I recall seeing a book for sale which took my interest (The Traveler), I first saw in Australia and had never seen anywhere since then, until a couple of days after the picture fell off the wall when it appeared at a popup charity used book stall in a local supermarket.
I spent ages trying to work out what it all meant, possible signs we really should work to move away I'm not sure. We were away for 9 months and this year is 9 years since we returned (also 2007 = 2+7=9). I never thought about the 9's until just now actually. Knowing what I've been reading on here the past few weeks i am not sure southern hemisphere would be good, wouldn't it be slung off into the south pole?!?!?
Ha I have also had a few clock times of 11:11 recently,I know there's something........