A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

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  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 02:53pm

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    westcoastjan

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

https://horizons.gc.ca/en/2020/02/11/exploring-biodigital-convergence/

“… I wake up to the sunlight and salty coastal air of the Adriatic sea. I don’t live anywhere near the Mediterranean, but my AI, which is also my health advisor, has prescribed a specific air quality, scent, and solar intensity to manage my energy levels in the morning, and has programmed my bedroom to mimic this climate.

The fresh bed sheets grown in my building from regenerating fungi are better than I imagined; I feel rested and ready for the day. I need to check a few things before I get up. I send a brain message to open the app that controls my insulin levels and make sure my pancreas is optimally supported. I can’t imagine having to inject myself with needles like my mother did when she was a child. Now it’s a microbe transplant that auto adjusts and reports on my levels.

Everything looks all right, so I check my brain’s digital interface to read the dream data that was recorded and processed in real time last night. My therapy app analyzes the emotional responses I expressed while I slept. It suggests I take time to be in nature this week to reflect on my recurring trapped-in-a-box dream and enhance helpful subconscious neural activity. My AI recommends a “forest day”. I think “okay”, and my AI and neural implant do the rest.

The summary of my bugbot surveillance footage shows that my apartment was safe from intruders (including other bugbots) last night, but it does notify me that my herd of little cyber-dragonflies are hungry. They’ve been working hard collecting data and monitoring the outside environment all night, but the number of mosquitoes and lyme-carrying ticks they normally hunt to replenish their energy was smaller than expected. With a thought, I order some nutrient support for them. …”

There is a downloadable PDF of 58 pages for those interested.

No question our boy Justin is up to his eyeballs with the WEF cabal. I wonder what they promised him for his loyalty and obedience?

 

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 04:27pm

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    Susan7

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

This was horrifying to read. Because it wasn’t science fiction but a production of the Canadian government. Our collective  technology will first enslave humanity and then destroy humanity. I’m so grateful to be old.

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 04:51pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

I opened and skimmed the first 20 pages or so until my stomach was continually turning over and I had to stop.

I truly believe this whole concept is an abomination, and I do not think I have ever used that word before. What a horror show.

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 05:16pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

A few questions…

  • Where is all the energy for this future supposed to come from?
  • How are these fragile “just-in-time” supply chains supposed to work under a reduced energy scenario?
  • Take away a significant percentage of the population in fairly rapid fashion and which way will the winds of social cohesion blow?

When does all of this run off the rails?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forrester/2021/05/06/the-global-chip-shortage-wont-ease-soon

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 05:22pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

Some have tried to identify the transgender (political) movement as a subset of the trans-humanist movement.  As can be seen in the document, these are truly crazy people who have come to identify themselves as a consciousness out to actualize a perfect self by “correcting” the “mistakes” of nature, especially where they are expressed in their own bodies (which they dream of disowning entirely).

One of the downsides of the internet is that it allows people with real mental health problems to congregate in ways that re-enforce their own pathologies in a community of like minded people.

I expect that Justin’s only real interest in this is that it can be used as yet another destabilizing force: It can help weaken whats left of the existing social fabric so that it can be remolded in some way.

Canada is actually so multicultural now, that I sometimes think that some of the non-western immigrant community may the only ones available to make a last stand against this stuff and that they might be “intact” enough as a culture to to it.

There is  a park near me where I used to walk in the summer on weekends (pre-covid) and every large area was typically booked for an extended afternoon get-together of some large East Indian or Middle Eastern family.  Like 30 – 1oo people.

I would imagine there must be a few doctors, lawyers, carpenters, laborers and plumbers in the mix.  And they have the sort of group solidarity that will come in handy as the supply chains grind to a halt.  Compare them to some Gen-X(er) alone in his highrise condo navigating a sea of propaganda online or some Gen-Y type lives far from their family and who’s handy with social media trying to cope with a Texas style grid collapse.

I didn’t want to veer too far into immigrant politics in Canada but I leave that park thinking about the photos of my European ancestors in their Sunday best in that same part back in the day.

If it was gonna be someone else’s turn now I wouldn’t feel too bad about it, especially if they could stop the madness in that linked document.

 

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 05:28pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

I too felt ill after reading much of it – especially the part about the daughter growing liver cells for a puppy for her school ’empathy initiative’.

While it all sounds so bizarre and frightening, I too had the exact same thought as you, T2h – where the heck is all the energy going to come for this? Unless they already have cold fusion or some other new massive, scalable energy source, I just cannot fathom how this would work. Gail Tverberg has time and again pointed out it is energy problems that will lead to collapse.

It is all so nuts, but for sure they are going to try mightily, if this article is any indication. And the jabs are part of it!

I too am glad I am older…

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 05:41pm   (Reply to #6)

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

I too am glad I am older…

Me too. Not only will I miss out on the biodigital future, I’ll also miss the worst effects of climate change. And if there is a mass extinction event in 5 or 10 years from delayed side effects of covid vaccines, at least I’ll have had 60+ good years.

Just think of the opportunities for hackers as this stuff is developed and implemented! Taking down a pipeline or a power grid will seem like small potatoes. We better develop much better approaches to computer/network security before we get too far down this road.

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 05:55pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

I find this terrifying. The “clean meat” initiative allegedly for food supplies sounds more like a way to make muscle for the borgs. I have seen some truly horrific and absolutely useless animal experiments in my reading (psychology studies like Harlow’s baby monkeys come to mind, torturing baby monkeys for no good reason, to prove that babies need their moms).

The carnage that led to this technology, and worse, the carnage necessary to adapt this to humans is frightening and sickening. It is insane, right up there with chimera research blending human and animal cells. What happens to the bad outcomes of these studies? Who is doing the lab research to test this out in humans???

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 06:20pm

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    With AI “forest days” who needs actual nature?

Might as well just turn it into one big mine for all of the electronic crap this scenario will require!

I love that word hubris these days, so I’ll use it again.

What hubris to think we’re so smart that we can replace the beautiful, complex, intricate, resilient, self-correcting, inter-related, no-waste living community of life with “AI” and other technologies.

  • Mon, May 10, 2021 - 06:26pm

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    A View of Our Biodigital Future – Courtesy of the Govt of Canada

Some of it sounds okay to me. And Justin Trudeau has no control over this.  Politics is the shadow cast by big business. Focus on those behind the scenes. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to refrain from demonizing anybody, as we don’t know for sure, how it will all play out, nor the intent behind it.

If products are created based on Facebook and Google data, who is driving this phenomenon? If you go down the rabbit hole far enough, looking to lay blame, you’ll eventually come to a mirror.

Technology appears to have taken on a life of its own, but it can’t drive major change if we’re not in the economic driver’s seat supplying it with data.

If the scenario in Jan’s post scares you to death, don’t use Facebook and stay offline.

The Reset is about governments trying to do an end run around, or stand up to the excesses of corporate greed.  The oligarchs don’t want to raise minimum wage or pay higher corporate tax or personal income tax.

Be careful about how this issue is twisted, otherwise it’s like grabbing torches and pitchforks and lighting your own hair on fire.

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