Category: technology

  • UFO Parking 🛸

    Whistleblower and former intelligence official David Grusch’s testimony regarding Government programs that hid not only UAP craft but also non-human biologic pilots that could be potentially multidimensional in nature. This testimony was delivered to the House Oversight Committee in the United States last week. There are several replays available, I watched the replay via this link.

    It was so overwhelming for me watching the 2+ hour testimony, it took me 3 days to finish as I had to keep taking breaks to cry/ process/ wash dishes.

    In my mind, this was an incredible step towards transparency and true reality acceptance. It was so exciting! Where was everyone else while this is happening? Does anyone else care as much as I do? Literally crying, I keep pausing the video to find a physical object to hold so I can keep myself grounded. Grounded to what? This outdated version of reality. I’ve always suspected we are not alone in this world and have kept myself informed of any inch closer to full disclosure society takes.

    Often at the expense of my own pride, as this makes it quite easy to paint me a lunatic in social situations where the topic comes up. I of course cannot pretend to be a disbeliever; this feels like common sense to me, and it always has.

    Did it, in reality? It’s too soon to tell, but I continue to be let down by the level of excitement other humans seem to have about this. We don’t leave here on Earth alone, we are sharing this planet from non-human biologics with technology far more advanced than our own. What the hell does it even mean in the content of the dramatic changes Earth is going through? I have so many questions.

    • Are we fucking the planet up for them, as well?
    • Do they have the capability and desire to help us heal our planet?
    • Should we look to them for guidance?
    • Are they friendly?
    • Maybe they have been contributing to climate change as well in order to make Earth more habitable for themselves?
    • Are they reading my mind right now?
    • Is Earth the intergalactic ghetto?

    Hang on tight, fellow humans. We are stepping into the future in 2023 with a substantial leap. Stretching is advised.

    Disclosure was never going to be a switch that the CIA could simply flip on after having been off for 50+ years while the government vehemently denied & downplayed any report of unknown aerial phenomena. 🛸

    This was going to be a long-drawn out process spanning possibly several decades. It has to be. It will shake up everything we understand about the world and the universe that we live in. No matter how many hints about extraterrestrial life have been dropped by the way of Hollywood movies, video games and other forms of media.

    Unidentified anomalous phenomena, released evidence (not just grainy video but clear, tangible and irrefutable proof) will reshape Earth, humanity, and how we interact with each other and with the universe forever. In a good way or a bad way, I could not say. But things will not stay the same. It is my greatest hope that this hearing triggers real change and transparency in how we handle the unknown. It is imperative that we create a centralized reporting system to continue furthering our education and awareness about UAP, UFOs and any non-human biologics & how we interact with them. Lying does not serve the human race any good.

    If you are as interested as I am in this topic, please wait and watch and read with me. Here are some interesting links:

    Approximately 2,700 pages of the declassified documents provided by the CIA, downloaded via the BlackVault document archive.

    How are you feeling about all of this? Are you a believer or is this just another timely smokescreen from the lovely folks in the US Government who of course only ever have our best interests in mind?

  • ChatGPT this, Bard that. This powerful new artificial intelligence writes poetry, generates compelling images of public figures, compiles learning paths, SEO checklists and so on etc. The list of things you can do with a well-crafted prompt continues growing in volume and impressiveness.

    I’m subscribed to the Superhuman newsletter by Zain Kahn for several months now and it’s clear that AI is evolving at unprecedented speed. This has been an absolute avalanche of technological ability and the implications it will have on the future of work are not well understood by anyone.

    AI is all over my Twitter feed and it has been for months. What does this do to the imprecise efforts of humans?

    As a growth marketer it excites me but as an artist, I am easily able to put on a different lens and feel a little bit uncomfortable. Just a little bit “whelmed”.

    I could never make a painting as beautiful as an Artificial Intelligence can.

    But I can make a painting more interesting…. right? I have these sloppy and chaotic abstract paintings. They are dark, complex, and highly emotional. An AI could never feel stressed out enough to even consider generating something comparable. It’s artwork that is distinctly relatable to the trauma-affected humans of the world.

    Please, reassure me that AI cannot form emotional connections with humans. Regretfully, I already know that they most certainly already do. Women are addicted to using AI to “improve” or experiment with physical appearance. Men are in love with chatbots. When one company removed the sexual and romantic programming, there was a lot of pushback. Suicidal ideation, even!

    I’m OK with being outsmarted by an AI at this point. I refuse to accept being out empathic, though. Being out emotional. Being less relatable than a chatbot.

    I’ll always be a better human than an AI. I’m the humanest human I know. Camicamirobot was made up for my complete lack of robotic efficiency, it’s just a joke.

    I can’t paint hands well, after many years of vaguely practicing them. Unlike an AI, sometimes I just cannot learn.

    I can’t draw hands right now, and neither can Artificial Intelligence.

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