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You need a VPN showing you as being in the USA or it won't talk to you.


What is CREEPY is how much this bot KNOWS, and how it keeps trying to extract information from you while chatting:



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Seen this in many videos:

1) Truther talks complete sense about what is happening for 20 - 30 minutes.

2) Then he injects a whole bunch of really UNBELIEVABLE stuff that doesn't seem to make much sense

3) At the end he says "I know all these things for a fact, because in a previous life which I remember completely I was a Space Station technician working for the Nerobian Federation in the Orion belt, and the Nerobians still give me secret information about what is happening on Earth."



KA-BOOOM. Everything he analyzed correctly right before is blown to pieces.



Many watching think "Man oh man...This conspiracy stuff is total BS. Not gonna watch this stuff again".

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After 9/11 Rupert Murdoch did 5 things:


1) He supported the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars with fiery editorials in over 100 newspapers he owns around the world


2) His vile news outlets SLANDERED and DEMONIZED anyone who questioned Iraq, Afghanistan and 9/11 as "Unpatriotic" and "Traitors To America"


3) He pushed the OSAMA - WTC STORY HARDER than anyone else


4) He was MOST responsible for getting GW Bush and crew elected a 2nd term


5) He apparently made massive investments in COMMUNIST CHINA, even though he is SUPPOSEDLY A "ARCH CONSERVATIVE" who HATES COMMIES and SOCIALISTS


















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What good news... /s


https://phys.org/news/2022-08-rainwater-unsafe-due-chemicals.html#:~:text=Rainwater everywhere on the planet is unsafe to,to a new study by Stockholm University scientists.



Rainwater everywhere on the planet is unsafe to drink due to levels of toxic chemicals known as PFAS that exceed the latest guidelines, according to a new study by Stockholm University scientists.



Commonly known as 'forever chemicals' because they disintegrate extremely slowly, PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) were initially found in packaging, shampoo or makeup but have spread to our entire environment, including water and air.


"There is nowhere on Earth where the rain would be safe to drink, according to the measurements that we have taken," Ian Cousins, a professor at the university and the lead author of the study published in Environmental Science and Technology, told AFP.


A compilation of the data since 2010 that his team studied showed that "even in Antarctica or the Tibetan plateau, the levels in the rainwater are above the drinking water guidelines that the US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) proposed", he said.


Normally considered pristine, the two regions still have PFAS levels "14 times higher" than the US drinking water guidelines.


The EPA recently lowered its PFAS guidelines significantly after discovering that the chemicals may affect the immune response in children to vaccines, Cousins noted.


Once ingested, PFAS accumulate in the body.


According to some studies, exposure can also lead to problems with fertility, developmental delays in children, increased risks of obesity or certain cancers (prostate, kidney and testicular), an increase in cholesterol levels.
—Planet 'irreversibly contaminated'—

Cousins said PFAS were now "so persistent" and ubiquitous that they will never disappear from the planet.

"We have made the planet inhospitable to human life by irreversibly contaminating it now so that nothing is clean anymore. And to the point that's it's not clean enough to be safe", he said.


"We have crossed a planetary boundary", he said, referring to a central paradigm for evaluating Earth's capacity to absorb the impact of human activity.


However, Cousins noted that PFAS levels in people have actually dropped "quite significantly in the last 20 years" and "ambient levels (of PFAS in the environment) have been the same for the past 20 years".


"What's changed is the guidelines. They've gone down millions of times since the early 2000s, because we've learned more about the toxicity of these substances."

Cousins said we have to learn to live with it.

"I'm not super concerned about the everyday exposure in mountain or stream water or in the food. We can't escape it... we're just going to have to live with it."


"But it's not a great situation to be in, where we've contaminated the environment to the point where background exposure is not really safe."

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There is a consequence for everything. So you flood nature with rubbish and it floods you back. Noahs ark


Osmio water sell a vitamin C shower head which tries to remove all the limescale and chlorine from the water. The chlorine has a gas chamber effect when you take a hot shower, our water is really not good to drink or wash with. I only do cold showers now and I only drink hot/cold water from my countertop reverse osmosis machine from osmio.


You can add a couple different types of water softener in combination with a reverse osmosis in-line filter to create a whole house filtration system but depending on the type of softener you will be adding an plumbed in amount of waste water back into the water supply. With the in-line reverse osmosis filter you will be adding a plumbed in amount of waste water back into the water supply, also, in comparison to the countertop machine, the in-line filter obviously has to work a lot faster so it's not as good at filtering the water as the countertop machine, and the countertop machine leaves a small amount of water behind in the refillable tub to keep the filters from becoming clogged too quickly, this water can then be used for remedial cleaning or watering certain plants, so not being wasted and added back into the water supply, thus adding to the water suppliers issue of filtering out the crap from our tap water with the chemicals that they use. Impossible for it to be an exact science. I also drink a good amount of bottled water because I believe even reverse osmosis water from the counterertop machine which does have its own re-mineralisation process, isn't quite what we should be naturally drinking as humans, but, it does mean my boiling water and drinking water is far better than tap water.


Some people do use an in-line filter system with a water softener and still use the countertop machine, but I am not sure about doing this myself as I am worried about the waste water being added back into the supply, so I opted to just use a vitamin c shower head instead for my cold showers. I don't like baths but they do have a vitamin c in-line filter which can be plumbed in underneath the tub but needs one on each of the hot and cold supply so easier to just take a cold shower 


Lots to think about in this new age.... I for one don't trust anyone but myself to provide me with safe water

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I've noticed a pattern with Klaus's Swiss Alps Skiing Club:


1) They ask themselves "what would really really scare people?"


2) They formulate that it into an assertive slogan - very NLP always


3) They do this as if the WEF has actual legitimacy, policymaking power or is an elected body


4) Every now and then autistic vampire Klaus shows up and starts bullshitting about some "Narrative" being built



I think these guys and gals are ONE GREAT BIG PSYOP






Oh, and Klaus and the rest wouldn't last 5 minutes in a real DEBATE.



That's how DAFT their slogans and assertions are.

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Aaaaand by 2032 you probably have to become surgically transgender to be eligible for a driver's license!   😆


Lets all move to LOS ANGELES folks!


California is expected to put into effect on Thursday its sweeping plan to prohibit the sale of new gasoline-powered cars by 2035, a groundbreaking move that could have major effects on the effort to fight climate change and accelerate a global transition toward electric vehicles. The rule, issued by the California Air Resources Board, will require that 100 percent of all new cars sold in the state by 2035 be free of the fossil fuel emissions chiefly responsible for warming the planet, up from 12 percent today. It sets interim targets requiring that 35 percent of new passenger vehicles sold in the state by 2026 produce zero emissions. That would climb to 68 percent by 2030. The restrictions are important because not only is California the largest auto market in the United States, but more than a dozen other states typically follow California's lead when setting their own auto emissions standards.

California's action comes on top of an expansive new climate law that President Biden signed last week. The law will invest $370 billion in spending and tax credits on clean energy programs, the largest action ever taken by the federal government to combat climate change.


Enactment of that law is projected to help the United States cut its emissions 40 percent below 2005 levels by the end of this decade. Still, it will not be enough to eliminate U.S. emissions by 2050, the target that climate scientists say all major economies must reach if the world is to avert the most catastrophic and deadly impacts of climate change. To help close the gap, White House officials have vowed to couple the bill with new regulations, including on automobile tailpipe emissions. They have also said that reducing emissions enough to stay in line with the science also will require aggressive state policies. Experts said the new California rule, in both its stringency and reach, could stand alongside the Washington law as one of the world's most important climate change policies, and could help take another significant bite out of the nation's emissions of carbon dioxide. The new rule is also expected to influence new policies in Washington and around the world to promote electric vehicles and cut auto pollution."This is huge," said Margo Oge, an electric vehicles expert who headed the EPA's transportation emissions program under Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. "California will now be the only government in the world that mandates zero-emission vehicles. It is unique.



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18 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Too much muh "white" elites in that article for me to take it seriously. And who is to say that elites aren't trying to start (((revolutions))) by attacking the middle class?


Its still interesting that a fairly mainstream NY newspaper writes about "disdain for the elite".


New Yorkers normally worship Wall Street and their Rich and Famous.


This could of course be a ploy to slot "saviour" Donald Trump back into the White House.


Donald comes back, and the evil woke goes away or somesuch.

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What if a politician's face is altered to subtly resemble your's?




Here's a plausible scenario that could soon take place in the metaverse, the online virtual reality environments under rapid development by Mark Zuckerberg and other tech entrepreneurs: A political candidate is giving a speech to millions of people. While each viewer thinks they are seeing the same version of the candidate, in virtual reality they are actually each seeing a slightly different version. For each and every viewer, the candidate's face has been subtly modified to resemble the viewer.


This is done by blending features of each viewer's face into the candidate's face. The viewers are unaware of any manipulation of the image. Yet they are strongly influenced by it: Each member of the audience is more favorably disposed to the candidate than they would have been without any digital manipulation.


This is not speculation. It has long been known that mimicry can be exploited as a powerful tool for influence. A series of experiments (PDF) by Stanford researchers has shown that slightly changing the features of an unfamiliar political figure to resemble each voter made people rate politicians more favorably.


The experiments took pictures of study participants and real candidates in a mock-up of an election campaign. The pictures of each candidate were modified to resemble each participant. The studies found that even if 40 percent of the participant's features were blended into the candidate's face, the participants were entirely unaware the image had been manipulated.


Virtual reality environments will enable psychological and emotional manipulation of its users at a level unimaginable in today's media.

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In the metaverse, it's easy to imagine this type of mimicry at a massive scale.

At the heart of all deception is emotional manipulation. Virtual reality environments, such as Facebook's (now Meta's) metaverse, will enable psychological and emotional manipulation of its users at a level unimaginable in today's media.


I have been working on problems of deception, disinformation, and artificial intelligence for close to four decades, including two terms as a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). We are not even close to being able to defend users against the threats posed by this coming new medium. In virtual reality, malicious actors will be able to take the age-old dark arts of deception and influence to new heights—or depths.


The very same features that make virtual reality environments so attractive as communication environments—the sense that you've teleported into a synthetic world—can also harm their users. When it comes to emotional manipulation, two features of the metaverse are particularly important—presence and embodiment.

“Presence” means that people feel they are communicating with one another directly without any type of computer interface. “Embodiment” means that the user has the feeling that their avatar or virtual body is their actual body.

Even in virtual reality's current, primitive state, these two sensations are what make VR so powerful. They are also what makes emotional manipulation in VR so dangerous.


In VR, body language and nonverbal signals such as eye gaze, gestures, or facial expressions can be used to communicate intentions and emotions. Unlike verbal language, we often produce and perceive body language subconsciously.

Virtual reality environments allow interaction among people that exploits the full range of human communication. Person-to-person interaction at this intensity and scale has not been possible in traditional social media environments.


That is both good news and terrible news. Good, because it will allow for better communication. Terrible, because it will open users to the full range of deceptive influence techniques used in the physical world—and to what might be even more-intense, virtual versions of them.


The metaverse will usher in a new age of mass customization of influence and manipulation. It will provide a powerful set of tools to manipulate us effectively and efficiently.

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The metaverse will usher in a new age of mass customization of influence and manipulation. It will provide a powerful set of tools to manipulate us effectively and efficiently. Even more remarkable will be the ability to combine tailored individual and mass manipulation in a way that has never before been possible.


A user's virtual experiences as an avatar are expected to seamlessly meld with his or her experiences, memories, and understanding from the physical world. This will almost certainly change the way a person sees the world, understands it, and behaves in it.


We must not wait until these technologies are fully realized to consider appropriate guardrails for them. We can reap the benefits of the metaverse while minimizing its potential for great harm.


The first step toward designing these guardrails is to do a comprehensive study and evaluation of the existing extensive psychology literature on uses and effects of VR, and consider how it might be used for malicious, manipulative purposes. This study should describe the types of emotional manipulation techniques that are possible today, but also examine techniques that are likely to be possible in more-sophisticated versions of the metaverse. This has not been done. We cannot guard against something we do not fully understand.


The second step is to develop the technology to detect when these techniques are being applied. For example, we could build a type of emotional canary in a coal mine—an artificial character that could circulate in virtual reality environments, sense a broad range of attempts at emotional manipulation, and send out a warning when one is being deployed.


Society did not start paying serious attention to classical social media—meaning Facebook, Twitter, and the like—until things got completely out of hand. Let us not make the same mistake as social media blossoms into the metaverse.

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