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18 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Do you all cover up your webcam lens on the frame of your laptop/monitor with a sticker or whatever?....  
Just in case they're watching you?.....

Having a hand-shandy if nothing else...

 

If it's actually someone's job to watch me polishing the purple headed milkman I feel more sorry for them. 

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12 minutes ago, AndyJ said:

 

If it's actually someone's job to watch me polishing the purple headed milkman I feel more sorry for them. 


Heheh nice one Andy .. yeah,  it's not something I do anymore anyway (cough..ahem)  
I think I'm past indulging too much in this 'casual-self-delight' anyway ... and after the all too brief post-toss period of serenity, I  just decided I can't take the self-hatred, loathing and shame after glazing my knuckles after all these years.  My eyes have gone tit-shaped.

But...that stickers staying on that lens, just in-case.

 

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11 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

It's algorithms, but now I'm wondering what would happen if AI becomes sentient and what it would think of humans at their lowest moments. ?


They would just have to come round my house and have a peek at me when I was in my 20's,  that AI would have definately seen humanity at it's lowest moments.

At my house back then, there was always a serious shortage of tissue paper  - just like recently.


 

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4 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

It's algorithms, but now I'm wondering what would happen if AI becomes sentient and what it would think of humans at their lowest moments. ?

...wonder if it is sentient already?   In some DARPA facilty deep in some mountain...

 

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The day that shit becomes sentient is the day we are done.  I mean for real done.  It won't take a sentient AI more than half a millisecond to know what the Earth's greatest enemy is.  It will spend the other half of a millisecond figuring out how to get rid of us.

 

But, before that happens, our greatest threat from AI is that it becomes so well trusted, and touted as being infallible, unlike humans and all of their mistakes, that it becomes relied upon by the govt and the politicians in all of their decision-making.  I do not believe we are far from reaching that point, maybe 5 years, and these AI's will all be built and controlled by multi-national corporations and defence contractors who do not fall under the prudence of govt rules and law.  Nor do they have to adhere to FOIA requests or any other govt openness rules.

 

I spent half my career as a software engineer developing AI and data mining algorithms.  I have been telling people for 20 years to be ready for what's coming.

 

 

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Couple of new articles from the idiots in the MSM re this corona bs.

 

The northeast USA leads in mask wearing.

 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/26/politics/maskwearing-coronavirus-analysis/index.html

 

And now it's time to put fear into the younger people again. :classic_rolleyes:

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2020/06/26/covid-19-surge-featured-rapid-growth-among-younger-people/3258221001/

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51 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I don't have a webcam on my computer because I have a desktop, but I have these googly eye stickers that my niece gave me over the cameras on my phone. It's a converstation starter when people see them as it implies that cameras are watching. Obviously some people probably think it's weird, but other people being so comfortable with surveillance is weird too.

 

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(out of likes) but this is a great idea especially for phones, looking for some to put on mine too.

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OMG, that usatoday article is so full of complete crap.  Of course there's going to be more diagnoses when there's more testing and a widening of the symptom list.  But they never say just how many of these people actually have an illness, or how many actually have an illness and it's actually a cold being called Covid.  many fewer elderly are getting it because they're not being tested like they were before. jeebus!!

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I now know of two people who have not left the house once since the start of lockdown and will not "until a vaccine is found". 

 

I was informed they are "intelligent" people, normally. I asked in which sense? "they have well paying computer jobs" 

 

Again, may be able to punch some code into a computer but practically zero common sense. 

 

I live near a University and some of these Chinese wizz kids just step out onto the road without looking. Thick as fcuk. 

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2 hours ago, motleyhoo said:

Ok, just came back from grocery shopping.  Still a lot of people with masks.  All off the employees with masks.  The crazy "only drive carts in one direction" rule is gone.  I saw a lot of people not social distancing.

 

Stopped by the local auto parts dealer to get a new battery for my Jetta.  They had giant plastic screens up in front of the cash registers like most places.  $185 w/tax for a battery now!!

 

No way youre a VW guy.... I would have guessed a Chevy or Ford man. I was going to post the corona virus thread from VWVortex the other day, bunch of sheople posting over there.

 

I had to hit up the Vatozone :classic_biggrin: the other day to dump some oil and the kids behind the counter were masked and the plexi glass barriers were up.

 

https://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?9379713-Coronavirus-US-Declares-Public-Health-Emergency

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1 hour ago, motleyhoo said:

The day that shit becomes sentient is the day we are done.  I mean for real done.  It won't take a sentient AI more than half a millisecond to know what the Earth's greatest enemy is.  It will spend the other half of a millisecond figuring out how to get rid of us.

 

But, before that happens, our greatest threat from AI is that it becomes so well trusted, and touted as being infallible, unlike humans and all of their mistakes, that it becomes relied upon by the govt and the politicians in all of their decision-making.  I do not believe we are far from reaching that point, maybe 5 years, and these AI's will all be built and controlled by multi-national corporations and defence contractors who do not fall under the prudence of govt rules and law.  Nor do they have to adhere to FOIA requests or any other govt openness rules.

 

I spent half my career as a software engineer developing AI and data mining algorithms.  I have been telling people for 20 years to be ready for what's coming.

 

 

I have been trying to warn people for years but most shrug and laugh or pull the conspiracy theorist card.

 

 

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6 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yep, biometric terminals and turnstiles everywhere, that is the future. Corona will no doubt last as long as it takes for the elites to build a prison around us. bt.jpg.643201e317ce6fc6a4acfd9337142529.jpg

 

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Do you think if men wore a Bhurka, it will be still recognisable?

You'll be covered up from head to toe so it really don't matter if you are a man or woman....

You are more likely to be treated better by muslim people as well because they will think you are one of them.

 

5 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Yep, didn't take long for them to announce that facial recognition can identify people with masks.

 

There is already an industry for anti-surveillance clothing that confuses the facial recognition too, but I doubt it will be long before that kind of stuff is outlawed.

 

Surely they won't ban Bhurka in the UK.....

 

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12 minutes ago, chocomel said:

 

Do you think if men wore a Bhurka, it will be still recognisable?

You'll be covered up head to toe so it really don't matter if you are a man or woman....

You more likely to be treated better by muslim people as well because they will think you are one of them.

 

 

It might get around basic biometric systems, but I have seen info on stuff like thermal imaging of face vein patterns that could possibly see unique heat signatures through clothing. There is also cardiac signatures that could be detected by infrared lasers.

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I watched this coversation between Miles Johnston and Piers Corbyn. Piers makes some very interesting points. Please do consider taking part in StandUpX meetings and protests. We need to reach out to people locally, up and down the country. If people start questioning the narrative, it will weaken the control of their minds.

I truly think that the next six months could make history.

 

 

 

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Time to buy Darth Vader masks and start doing the opposite of all advice form the government. 

 

Did you know on Monday Boris in the house of commons  said football is ok behind closed doors said cricket outdoors is not allowed because the cricket ball is highly infectious. I was furious with that.  

 

BLM shouting and chanting in protests is ok but singing in pubs, churches, outdoors is not ok even with distancing. Wedding receptions is not ok even outdoors. 

 

Also that day in the house of commons it was almost admitted that 16,000 people were murdered in care homes. 

 

Schools still dont have clear guidance about September and the numbers of kids etc

 

Pubs need 3 staff just to manage the new arrangements. 

 

Cinemas are ok with distancing but why are football games not ok and they are more outdoors than cinemas?

 

Im sickened by  all of this at the moment. Double standards on every corner. We are deliberately being kept in a semi hell situation until the vaccine is ready it seems. 

 

Do the opposite of what they say. Those things are the things they dont want, so sing out loud in public as much as you can and we have to keep keeping on, but as usual the double standards speak volumes. I will find more, i seem to be good at that. 

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There were highly advanced civilizations living over 12,000 years ago that were decimated by the solar event of 12,000 years ago.  The societies that eventually rose up after that just adopted these ancient cities, or were given credit for those ancient monuments.  When I went to Giza in Egypt, what I was struck by was how little the Egyptians knew about it and how disconnected they were from it.  They even destroyed a lot of it, tearing off the exteriors to build parts of Cairo.  The Pyramids were built 1,000's of years before Egyptian Pharaohs came along.  Anyone who knows what water erosion looks like will see immediately that the Sphinx was eroded by water many 1,000's of years ago before the Egyptians were there.  It likely happened after that solar event when the glaciers suddenly melted.

 

We're actually due for the 12,000-year cycle solar event.  Looking at the world right now, maybe it wouldn't be such a bad thing.

 

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The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine estimates that as many as a million people in Yemen may have been infected with the coronavirus.

 

I think that's the least of their worries!

 

Four in five Yemeni children, 12.3 million, are in desperate need of aid. Some 10.2 million children do not have access to basic healthcare. And over the course of the civil war, drug-preventable diseases like diphtheria, cholera and malaria - are all rife.

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1 hour ago, Messenger said:

Motley, my point though was those are obviously some serious structures and I doubt those people were pushing vaccines on their civilization.

i agree

 

imo those civilization/s were interstellar civilizations.....they were aware of the universe and tryed to explor it as much as possible

 

mars was inhabited in the past,for me question is was mars and earth were inhabited simultaneously or did mars people fle to earth when mars was destroyed 

 

and how did they get to mars,probably from some constelation that are mentioned in all the myths,legends,teachings ect.

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i read a channelling a lady receieved, and she said that the coronavirus was lab created and was intended to cull a lot of the population but the 'light' neutralised it, and the lockdown was necessary for those with spiritual abilities to recharge as the rest of the year is going to be spiritual-hectic.

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