Paul Haeder, Author

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This is the new normal in S.T.E.M. these X & X chromosome warriors are on the move to supplant civil liberties, supplant mother nature, supplant privacy laws, to do the work of the star chamber elites. Beware of this big push, for Mothers and Females working on AI, this moral economy. Beware.

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Track and Trace — for financial markets.

Investing in tracking feces, tracking health, tracking the vaccine folk.

Blockchain, track and trace, trace and tokenize, track and trace and survellience data gathering tools.

From Alison McDowell —

While society was marching through its manufactured hysteria, we have James Bullard, CEO of the St. Louis Federal Reserve, telling CBS “Face the Nation” viewers that the economy will be there for them after it’s all over, but we should anticipate a world where universal daily testing is the norm. He doesn’t say “in-home” tests, but that is clearly the plan. Now we have dozens of app / QR enabled home “testing” kits. We know that based on the centrality of the Internet of Bodies to the Fourth Industrial Revolution this will evolve into biosensors data-mining our bodily fluids from swabs, finger pricks, and eventually smart toilets. I encourage you to spend some time going through the website of the Toilet Board Coalition, launched in 2015. You’ll learn a lot about the “sanitation economy” and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. (Source – “The US Federal Reserve Told Us in April 2020: Expect Universal Daily Testing If You Want to Participate in Society”)

Oh, Canada, err, GulagKlanada —

“You and I, as citizens of Canada, have the right to travel anywhere in Canada, and even leave Canada. That’s a right! Enshrined in the supreme law of Canada,” explained Peckford. “It’s amazing when you look at what’s going on now to think, that the government would even attempt to violate these things.” — The last surviving architect of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms condemned the “callous” and “unconstitutional” abuses of the 1982 Charter by Canadian governments in the name of the so-called COVID pandemic. Brian Peckford, the former premier of Newfoundland, spoke out strongly against the transgressions performed against each citizen’s Charter rights via vaccine mandates and other COVID-related measures, in a video seminar hosted by pro-freedom group Action4Canada Wednesday evening.

Remember how enthusiastic those parents were in the 1990s onward for thos robotics challenges for seventh graders? Oh, the Dystopia:

So, then, now, 2022, we are deep into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and we are nothing more than dirty species, useless breathers, breeders, eaters, defecating souls, terrible things, but wait? There’s oil in those bodies. Data. Digital gold. Amazing, the rapidity of this AI War on humanity, and nature.

Our food chain —

Above the fold of Symbotic’s website, the trademarked phrase “reinvent the warehouse, reimagine the supply chain” greets visitors. The robotics software company just completed a merger with a special purpose acquisition vehicle (SPV) created by Softbank to take it public in a $5.5 billion deal with Walmart, which partnered with Rick Cohen’s technology side business to roll out an “Industry-Leading Supply Chain Automation System” in July.

Born into the grocery business fortune established in 1918 by his grandfather, Israel, the third generation food distribution magnate is the sole proprietor of C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. – the largest wholesale grocery supplier in the world. Described as “the biggest company no one has ever heard of”, C&S presides over one of the single most important links in the global supply chain, distributing virtually everything found in your supermarket aisles to more than 7,700 stores through its 49 distribution centers across the country. 

Cohen keeps a very low profile. C&S doesn’t even put the company logo on its trucks and despite being one of the richest men in the world, he is usually left out of the wealth ranking lists put out by publications like Forbes. The last time any details about his personal fortune made it into the news back in 2013, his net worth was calculated at $11.2 billion. (Source)

And so here we are, first, vaccine passports, then the health data of billions of people, and that is the kernel of these fascists’ goal to scale up everything on the daashboard, the Internet of Things, Internet of Bodies, with the ultimate goald of financialization of the body x 7.2 billion x trillions of data bits. This is the happiness AI will give us — How (Artificial) Intelligence Will Lead to Our Happiness

From SoftBank, which is No Country-World for Unvaccinated/Unlinked. SoftBank.

Artificial intelligence is transforming every business, every aspect of our lives in much the same way the internet has over the past 25 years. And like the internet, AI is important not only on its own but also for how it enables so many other technologies. The centrality of AI to so many other technologies is why SoftBank Group Corp. (SBG) has made AI the core of its investment philosophy, including its strategy around the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pandemic has cast light on some of the needs that AI can help address. The pandemic has also sped up digitization and adoption of new technologies. For example, researchers around the world used AI to analyze data, significantly shortening design cycles for vaccine development. AI is being used in other areas of medicine, too, such as to find new treatments and speed up diagnoses for cancer. It can also improve the administrative side of healthcare by automating tasks, providing chatbots to help patients stay on track with medications or regimens, or getting information to doctors faster. It’s changes like these that SBG is working to accelerate.

SO, those Crytp Corrals! The Best Intentions of Sir Ronald Cohen: Building the Crypto-Corrals of Social Investment

And, finally, leaping from S.T.E.M. leaders, to the big picture, this one should take you time to read and to make the connections of how far back this concept of human control, human capitalization, human bioterror goes. On Cyberpunk, Sumer, Synagogues and Vending Machine Government

Institutionalized faith traditions can be viewed as among the oldest forms of “programming:” from chants to tablets to books to televangelism and now AI as intercessor between humans and their creator. Neal Stephenson’s 1992 cyberpunk novel SnowCrash, the book that coined the term Metaverse and brought the idea of avatars into popular use, goes into this concept in some detail. The plot revolves around a powerful Texan, L. Bob Rife, who made a fortune in telecommunications and intends to take hold of the consciousness of the world through faith-based viral programming.

At the core of the novel is the nam-shub of Enki, a Sumerian incantation with magical force. According to legend, the trickster Enki, god of water and creation, let a mind virus loose on humanity. Before that time, all beings of the universe shared a common language. When the nam-shub came into the world that universal language was lost, like the Tower of Babel. Also lost was the spiritual programming that came through Asherah, one of the three goddess of the Canaanites and mother of all living things whose worship was closely associated with trees and wooded groves. Humanity was forced to develop its own intellect and capacities beyond what was offered by Asherah through the priests. (Source)

What does this all mean, this going back four thousand or more years to bring us up to speed on how Mossad and Jewish elites and Catholics and the like are ramping up control of the sheep, or cattle? Minds and bodies remade for militarizing thinking, being, nature. Yes, it seems like the good intentions of healing poverty, sickeness and environmental degradation, but it is not! Again, a very narrow group of people — billionaires, millionaires — are deciding the fate of our own spiritual reckoning, our physical and biological movements. This was anticipated a long time ago, and a guy like SnowCrush cyberpunk novelist Neal Stephenson seems surprised his Dystopia was taken to heart and taken as a template for things to come. That was 1992 — But now? It’s all about millions. Movies. Speilberg, whomever. He’s just another pawn.

Way back in 1992, author Neal Stephenson published his breakthrough novel, Snow Crash, a cyberpunk exploration of then-futuristic technologies: mobile computing, virtual reality, wireless Internet, digital currency, smartphones, and augmented-reality headsets. The book famously opens with a breakneck car chase as the main character, Hiro Protagonist (it’s something of a satire), races to deliver a pizza on time. It’s a literal life-or-death scene as our harried gig-economy driver races his GPS-enabled electric car through the streets of Los Angeles before he runs out the clock and risks angering the mob. TaskRabbit “independent contractors” can surely relate.

Twenty-five years later, Stephenson’s cult classic has become canon in Silicon Valley, where a host of engineers, entrepreneurs, futurists, and assorted computer geeks (including Amazon C.E.O. Jeff Bezos) still revere Snow Crash as a remarkably prescient vision of today’s tech landscape. Among the the more prophetic inventions in the book is something Stephenson called “the Metaverse”—the same sort of wireless, online virtual-reality experience that Facebook, Google, Samsung, and practically every other major tech company are now competing to commercialize.

In an interview, Stephenson told Vanity Fair that he was just “making shit up.” But the Metaverse isn’t the only element of Snow Crash that has earned him a reputation as a tech Nostradamus. He’s credited with predicting everything from our addiction to portable technology to the digitization of, well, everything, and you can thank him, not James Cameron, for bringing the Hindu concept of “avatar” into the everyday language. Google Earth designer Avi Bar-Zeev has said he was inspired by Stephenson’s ideas, and even tried to get the author to visit his office when he was working on Keyhole, an app suite that later served as a basis for Google’s mapping technology. “He wasn’t interested in visiting Keyhole, or didn’t have time. My best guess is that he was somewhat tired of hearing us engineering geeks rave about Snow Crash as a grand vision for the future. That may have something to do with Snow Crash being a dystopian vision.”

Dystopian or no, Stephenson’s vision of the future is almost here, and at least one tech company virtual-reality start-up Magic Leap, has snapped up Stephenson in an official capacity—he became its Chief Futurist in 2014. Here, with the benefit of 25 years of hindsight, Stephenson talked to the Hive about the differences between augmented and virtual reality, how to create a convincing Metaverse, and why social media is driving us apart.

And, of course, Vanity Fair, another pawn reader, and never ever take it to the next level. Confront this guy with his milquetoast responses. Ahh, the hipsters — “Dystopian or no . . . he talked about the differences between augmented and virtual reality, how to creat a convincing Metavers and why social media is driving us apart.” These guys are not in the biz to do anything but what, write, fictionalize? Nah, he is Chief Futurist of 2014. He is the slippery conduit for what has been taken place. And, alas, he did not build the systems we are now at — fingerprint toilets tracking your every biological dump — but he will not speak out against these wonder boys and girls. He just accepts this as progress.


smart toilet graphic
There’s a new disease-detecting technology in the lab of Sanjiv “Sam” Gambhir, MD PhD, and its No. 1 source of data is number one. And number two.

It’s a smart toilet. But not the kind that lifts its own lid in preparation for use; this toilet is fitted with technology that can detect a range of disease markers in stool and urine, including those of some cancers, such as colorectal or urologic cancers. The device could be particularly appealing to individuals who are genetically predisposed to certain conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome, prostate cancer or kidney failure, and want to keep on top of their health.

“Our concept dates back well over 15 years,” said Gambhir, professor and chair of radiology. “When I’d bring it up, people would sort of laugh because it seemed like an interesting idea, but also a bit odd.” With a pilot study of 21 participants now completed, Gambhir and his team have made their vision of a precision health-focused smart toilet a reality.

Gambhir’s toilet is an ordinary toilet outfitted with gadgets inside the bowl. These tools, a suite of different technologies, use motion sensing to deploy a mixture of tests that assess the health of any deposits. Urine samples undergo physical and molecular analysis; stool assessment is based on physical characteristics.

Of course, this is the CoV2 OmegaCron test. This is the test that will determine how many Twinkies gulped, how many cigs smoked, how much bad this or that is going into your body. And the data? Gold, digital gold man!

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