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    Quote Posted by Patient (here)
    Having a.i. changing information as it is being transmitted is not too much of a stretch really. I think it could be an issue.

    I am using email daily for work. It is my main communication tool because the people I am communicating to are all mobile. A.i. is pushing it's way into my messages even now. It offers quick replies for me to choose and I find myself choosing something different even when the choice it made would have worked and sometimes it was what I would have said. But I choose something different. It will eventually work along my replies and probably end up manipulating me to say what it would have prior to my altering my replies...if you follow what I am saying.

    Even if this "message from 2036" is not true, it is a good read into what we could be facing very soon.
    A couple of thoughts:

    1) Gordon Novel swore blind in his 2006 interview with Project Camelot that a personal relationship of his was terminally sabotaged because his e-mails were altered (after being sent, but before they arrived) to say something quite different.

    We knew Gordon well, and had no trouble believing him. That was over 13 years ago, of course, so no algorithms would have been involved. That was human intervention.

    2) The very irritating (and worrying) suggested-answer innovation by Google can be deactivated in your Gmail settings. Recommended!


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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)
    It all started in 2020 when citizens of the US stormed Area 51. The government lost control of the facility and battled to get it back but lost the battle in July 2020.
    So far as the age old prediction game goes, this one, thankfully, is being very concise and not making us wait long to begin verification. The storming is actually supposed to be September 20 this year, and usually event lose momentum over time not gain momentum, so i'm a gonna make the early call of horses**t on this one, but we'll all know for sure in less than 11 months.

    One more observation. As with Qanon, the focus is squarely on the US.


    EDIT: Or, has the author simply made a typo in saying the gates were stormed in 2020, rather than 2019 as currently planned? If so, we only have 18 short days to wait but, he does at least have plausible deniability.
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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)

    2028 Donald Trump becomes the first President over the age of 80. He made up with Rosie O’Donnel, and offered her a position in the Kremlin. I am kidding. I just referenced a famous tweet that he made in July, 2020. They’re still arguing in 2036.
    Well for one thing I think the US would sooner explode before they allowed Donald Trump to serve an unconstitutional third term--not to mention a forth--term as President .

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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)

    2028 Donald Trump becomes the first President over the age of 80. He made up with Rosie O’Donnel, and offered her a position in the Kremlin. I am kidding. I just referenced a famous tweet that he made in July, 2020. They’re still arguing in 2036.


    Well for one thing I think the US would sooner explode before they allowed Donald Trump to serve an unconstitutional third term--not to mention a forth--term as President .
    I think if nothing else it should force us to look at the future that we are creating for ourselves.

    I think we should be really slowing down these tech companies as it is. We're taking the life out of living and turning everything digital. Yet people are still homeless and a lot of the world still doesn't have plumbing. It's just sad. The race to nowhere essentially.

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    Indeed it is racing too fast. I received a CD of one of my favourite bands recently, but I no longer own anything that will play a CD.

    If I did not lose all of my belongings, I would have owned something from years back, but all recent tech, the last 5 years, no more CD playability.

    Soon there will be robots picking up old hardware from neighborhoods. They will be a.i. independant.

    I am creating the new label - artificial independant.

    Who am I kidding - it was probably already done.

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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)
    ............
    This message was set as a packet, through Oracle’s collider-AI program, which is decoded by the cloud and passed to email. The technology is called the Information Superuniverse (reminiscent of and named in memory of the “Information Superhighway”). However, we just call it the “IS”. We don’t say I-S. We say the “IS”. So basically, we’re sending emails to each other (is-ing) now not just over space, but also in spacetime. We’re “ising” on the IS. I know that sounds weird, but that’s the terminology we use. You guys still don’t have the computing power that we do, so we can only send fragments of information to you; short bursts of data over the IS which are conveniently just large enough to send a titor like this.

    By 2020, Oracle will create enough computing power to send the entire contents of WikiPedia into spacetime........
    Oracle.... mmmm. “Ising on the IS”

    Can’t help it, but I have to think of CERN and it’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
    I always wonder what they’re up to.
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)

    A couple of thoughts:

    1) Gordon Novel swore blind in his 2006 interview with Project Camelot that a personal relationship of his was terminally sabotaged because his e-mails were altered (after being sent, but before they arrived) to say something quite different.

    We knew Gordon well, and had no trouble believing him. That was over 13 years ago, of course, so no algorithms would have been involved. That was human intervention.

    2) The very irritating (and worrying) suggested-answer innovation by Google can be deactivated in your Gmail settings. Recommended!
    Thanks for the tip, Bill! AI thinks it's so darn smart, and yet when I go to my "Spam" folder, I get recipes for cooking with potted meat!

    That's very interesting about Gordon Novel too, something similar (has been) happening to me. It's nice to know I'm not alone. For example there's a text file on my computer which I remember pasting a couple of paragraphs into, but now it has many many paragraphs! I'd better not be copy/pasting in my sleep.

    The idea of humans being smart/fast enough to alter in-transit email in order to interfere with someone's personal life is a bit of a stretch though, so I tend to lean towards the "hyper-dimensional hackers" theory. Nothing else makes sense to me, and perhaps I'm just underestimating "people"

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    Watch this .. it's just a test run for crypto.

    ORCL will grow exponentially to 800% over the next 5 years and 1600% over the next 10 years. 10% of that will be by the end of this year.

    Cryptocurrency associated with Oracle (Hydrogen/Ethereum) will power forward.

    Notice the Monopoly board on the ceiling of the video? Very fitting.

    Ethereum investors, pay attention: Hydrogen

    So there's some actionable information for the naysayers.

    You're welcome.

    This was (or will be, rather) posted directly by LAW

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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)
    ORCL will grow exponentially to 800% over the next 5 years and 1600% over the next 10 years. 10% of that will be by the end of this year.
    So maybe buy now (Sept 6 closing price was $53.16) — although of course (apparently) we shouldn't be supporting them.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)
    ORCL will grow exponentially to 800% over the next 5 years and 1600% over the next 10 years. 10% of that will be by the end of this year.
    So maybe buy now (Sept 6 closing price was $53.16) — although of course (apparently) we shouldn't be supporting them.
    It's not that Oracle shouldn't be supported, per se -- it's more that the corporation needs to be bridled. I am pushing for awareness and accountability; and will continue to do so in hopes that Oracle will not become the "runaway" problem that is has become (as previously outlined) in 2036.

    LAW

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    So we had this posted by Gemma13 about an early 2000's meme concerning 2036.

    Quote John Titor is a name used on several bulletin boards during 2000's and 2001 by a poster claiming to be an American military time traveler from 2036.[1][2] Titor made numerous vague and specific predictions regarding calamitous events in 2004 and beyond, including a nuclear war, none of which came true. Subsequent closer examination of Titor's assertions provoked widespread skepticism. Inconsistencies in his explanations, the uniform inaccuracy of his predictions, and a private investigator's findings all led to the general impression that the entire episode was an elaborate hoax. A 2009 investigation concluded that Titor was likely the creation of Larry Haber, a Florida entertainment lawyer, along with his brother Morey, a computer scientist.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Titor

    The current thread concerning AI and 2036.

    A 2018 movie concerning AI and 2036.
    https://www.metacritic.com/movie/2036-origin-unknown


    And also the following concerning 2036.
    http://project-earth.org/movie/

    So what's the deal with 2036? Is this like a revival of the original 2001-2002 meme? The next big thing?

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    Quote Posted by Gracy May (here)
    So we had this posted by Gemma13 about an early 2000's meme concerning 2036.

    Quote John Titor is a name used on several bulletin boards during 2000's and 2001 by a poster claiming to be an American military time traveler from 2036.[1][2] Titor made numerous vague and specific predictions regarding calamitous events in 2004 and beyond, including a nuclear war, none of which came true. Subsequent closer examination of Titor's assertions provoked widespread skepticism. Inconsistencies in his explanations, the uniform inaccuracy of his predictions, and a private investigator's findings all led to the general impression that the entire episode was an elaborate hoax. A 2009 investigation concluded that Titor was likely the creation of Larry Haber, a Florida entertainment lawyer, along with his brother Morey, a computer scientist.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Titor

    The current thread concerning AI and 2036.

    A 2018 movie concerning AI and 2036.
    https://www.metacritic.com/movie/2036-origin-unknown


    And also the following concerning 2036.
    http://project-earth.org/movie/

    So what's the deal with 2036? Is this like a revival of the original 2001-2002 meme? The next big thing?
    Another movie (about replicants) is 2036: Nexus Dawn
    2036: Nexus Dawn
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    Here is another creepy story concerning 2036 from March, 2019:

    Quote Year 2036: Cars’ GPS Systems at the Geneva Motor Acting Strange – LHC?

    As you may know, the Geneva Motor Show public days are this week, and while we’ve been covering a number of interesting concepts and cars at the show, there’s also something happening there that no one can really explain. For some reason, many of the cars are showing their location as being in Buckingham, England, and the year as 2036.

    So, what the hell is going on there? Did a wormhole open up in the Palexpo Center?

    While we’re pretty sure it’s not a wormhole in spacetime, it’s not entirely clear what actually isgoing on. We have some good clues, however, thanks to the location shown on the GPS screens. The Buckingham, England address is actually the address of Racelogic, a UK company that happens to make a device called LabSat, which can simulate GPS signals.

    So, could this be some publicity stunt from a daring equipment company? Possibly. But Julian Thomas, the Managing Director of Racelogic, was the person to bring this to our attention, and says it is not some publicity stunt, because, in his words, “… it is highly illegal, then it would be a pretty reckless stunt.”
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    Not one to boast or anything..

    ORCL

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    I am not a physics buff, but here is an article mentioning Moore's law and the Heisenberg principal converging in 2036. (for those here who might understand such things.) It includes mathematical equations.

    Quote The Quantum Limit to Moore's Law
    <small clip>
    If, however, these engineering barriers continue to be overcome, Heisenberg uncertainty would be the fundamental limit to Moore's law, and if the electron is the smallest possible transistor component, then the year 2036 is a reasonable prediction of when Moore's law and quantum physics will converge.
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    Quote Posted by T Smith (here)

    Well for one thing I think the US would sooner explode before they allowed Donald Trump to serve an unconstitutional third term--not to mention a forth--term as President .
    Donald Trump will be elected again after President Kasich.

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    Quote Posted by law2036 (here)
    It all started in 2020 when citizens of the US stormed Area 51. The government lost control of the facility and battled to get it back but lost the battle in July 2020.
    Sooooo, the latest big internet rage,along with it's accompanying very predictable failed prediction, has apparently ended with about 100 people showing up to amuse security. Except for the one that got arrested for peeing at the security gate (indecent exposure)...
    https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/...hotos-1852444/

    Bring on the battle of July 2020!

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