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Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Blogs turn ten

In 1997 the first blog was written. It has been interesting. Now ten years later there are more than 100 million active bloggers.

As we move into the future it will be possible to create new media for very little money. The old tech of broadcast television will be replaced by TV over IP.

It will be interesting to see the changes that blogging will bring. :)

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Brain vs. Keyboard

They say that in the future you will kiss you keyboard goodbye. Yes, the prediction is that people will use brain waves to surf the internet.

Imagine that - no mouse in the house. A new high tech world where you can access information using brain waves. It will be interesting to see the future.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

The Last Mimzy

There is a new show out called - The Last Mimzy about a time travel movie rabbit that comes from the future to warn two children about what is on the edge of the horizon. It helps them become more intelligent and deal with the difficult days that lie ahead.

Unlike most novies this one tries to send a message of hope. That we make it and build a stunning civilization in the future. The people of that far tomorrow are differnt than us. They do not have an appendix.

Strange story, but one this is interesting. Not the first time travel rabbit. In the movie Donnie Darko, FRANK was a rabbit with a message from the future...

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Remote Viewing the Dow

Is Remote Viewing DOW possible? Can we look ahead? See what tomorrow will bring?

There are many new promising technologies; perhaps remote viewing is one of them. We can look ahead to see where the stock market will go, but what we see is probabalistic space. Nothing is 100% certain. We might see a scenario, but there is still a degree of random event as well as free will.

What we see is a potential future. We are creating our future - RIGHT NOW!

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Future People

What will people in the future be like? Will the future people be like us? We can imagine a far tommorow quite unlike now, but it is hard to see how the children of that far day will become.

What little we see now is that people spend money on plastic surgery to look good. However, in the far future, all look great, perfect flawless even. Better than the super models almost like living scultures - walking works of art.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Halliburton moves HQ to Dubai

The oil giant Hallibuton who has been under investigation over the no bid contracts in Iraq. It is now moving its headquarters and jobs fron the US to the muslim region of Dubai. A congressional probe into tax evasion is underway.

Current VP Cheney was Halliburton CEO from 1995-2000. Bushco has been accused of giving the giant megaconglomerate massive sweet no-bid contracts in Iraq. And will probably do so again when the US invades Iran.

There are many questions about overcharging with Halliburton contractors in Iraq. Also questions about safety of these contractors working for Halliburton in Iraq for the massive no-bid military contracts.

The war in Iraq and soon Iran has been most profitable for the oil giant. Cheney reminds me of Thurston Howell. Perhaps we can now see why we went to war in Iraq. Billionaires for Bush are no doubt quite happy.

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Parallel Timelines

My guess is that there are many parallel timelines out there some close to what we have here and other are no so close. In terms of timeline divergence the earlier a change is made the greater the divergence of the two chronologies.

Perhaps we wonder what might happen in the future. We face a fork in the road and must decide which way to turn. Do we go left of right?

Using astral time travel to the future we can see the consquences of our actions.

Friday, March 02, 2007

Different names in other timelines

Names in other timelines sound a bit off. A city called South Starhapcourt West Wellingtonham. A man names Congrant Chesterfarm. Chesterfield I know, but Chesterfarm? Conrad I know, but Congrant or Congrew?

The more the percent divergence tha weirder things get. John Titor said that the more divergence you had the stranger everything looked. How true. A small percent divergence and the "wrong" team wins the superbowl, but big percent divergence and people do not speak English.

John Titor was right about things looking strange on other timelines. In fact, we might as well admit thar our world would seem quite strange to a steam world where there is not electricity. All those power poles and wires everywhere looking like a spider web. I wonder if they would think we are all a bunch of spiders that live on the web.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

The Grandfather Paradox

Many debunkers use the Grandfather Paradox to attack time travel. The idea is that if you went back and shot gramps then how could you ever be born? If you were not born then how did gramps die?

First off, there is no Grandfather Paradox. It is very hard to land on your original timeline and if you did the timeline would split. So that one line A gramps dies and on line B gramps lives. So there is no Grandfather Paradox anymore. Time travel is still possible.

The question is, why is this hidden from people?