The Phaserl


Smart Phones – Stupid People

from Zen Gardner:

Surely no one can have failed to notice: engineered electronic intelligence in pocket sized parameters is a formidable little weapon of potential mass destruction.

However, one must not make assumptions, since most of humanity has so far failed to notice that atmospheric aerosol geoengineering is a weapon of mass destruction, I guess it should come as no surprise that ‘smart’ cell phones remain largely unrecognized as the little mind-bombs that they are.

Not the sort of bombs that cause vast explosions – that form of destruction may be close to past its sell-by date for those who would engineer our futures. No need, after all, to blow us all to hell if we are perfectly happy to go there quietly, of our own accord. And many millions seem ready to do just that; led by the Pied Piper of convenience technology.

For there is a strange world out there, a virtual world to which literally billions of people are now addicted, finding it indispensable to their daily routines.

The madness of geoengineering our climate and smart phone engineering our brains, is linked. Put superficially, the more you look down at your flickering gizmo the less likely you are to look up to witness the engineered cloud formations grid-lining our once blue skies. Or for that matter, the beauty and subtlety of nature or the grace and dignity of fine architecture.

In fact, a disposition towards ‘not seeing’ has been on the rise for at least two or three decades now. It applies to vaccinations, GMO’s, food additives, radiation, electro smog and so many more creeping weapons of the ‘silent wars’ assailing our planet and our physiological and mental capacities.

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