May 242018
 

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  1. So I read the newsletter. I fell into a Alice in Wonderland rabbit hole of links and theories and am returning only as of now from this exciting adventure. I’m just blown away honestly.

    AI already seems to have a mind of its own. It’s advancing quickly despite numerous people warning the dangers of its unregulated power. I don’t really know what we can do to stop this? Too much, too fast, it’s like we’re on a slip-side to whatever future is heading our way. I’m at a loss, but take comfort in knowing Google employees aren’t exactly listening to whatever their company is handing them. By the way, Google receives funding from who now?! The CIA? I’m not even surprised anymore… The statement used to reassure everyone that Project Maven won’t be used to hurt anyone is bs. We’re talking about the military here, for crying aloud.

    Elon Musk continues to impress me, even though my first instinct is to be suspicious of anyone who has power and money. I know, I know, I shouldn’t just blindly follow my instincts. I’m working on that.

    I want to point out what caught my attention most of all out of the entire newsletter. Nibiru. Or Planet X. Or Planet 9. Whatever you want to call it, it’s a very interesting topic. Maybe my memory is failing me (yeah it probably is) but I don’t recall ever hearing about this before? The idea of a planet that orbits around the sun every… 3000 years? I tried to do some independent research outside of the newsletter but the first search results were all articles debunking it and drawing attention away from it. But we know it ‘does’ exist, right? The smarty-pants admit that at the very least. So????? What kind of effect does that have on our solar system? Will all the planets align?

    And then there’s solar sun simulators, chemtrails that cloak the skies, and a pending pole shift. Huh.

    I try to keep away from doomsday theories. Call it denial, but I want to believe the world will get better one day instead of worse. One thing is for sure, though. An irreversible change is going to happen.

    Thanks for the read :)

  2. Michele, thanks for the info. The Google employee protest ahas been catching headlines a lot in the past week!