Nanotechnology seeks to make everything "safer" and more "sustainable." These are word tricks, actually -- at the core of the current COVID crisis.
The famous L train in Manhattan ... Shot in 16mm Kodakchrome by documentary maker D.A. Pennebaker, and set to a piece of music by Duke Ellington by the same title. Notice the correlations between the visuals and Ellington's composition. Really well done -- a piece of history!
Shot in black and white for dramatic effect, this is the story of two drunk young men (Martin Sheen's acting debut) who menace a subway car full of passengers at 2 a.m. in New York City. The beginning is nasty, so just get through it and watch the whole thing. Makes you think about why so many people aren't protesting Covid ... Directed by Larry Peerce; also starring Beau Bridges.
Excellent tying together of where we're headed. Subtitled: What the 1% Has to Gain and the Rest of Us Are About to Lose
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India is anxious to keep abreast of and embrace developments in A.I. and nanotechnology
They're telling us we have to get used to major changes to face new "global challenges." The Covid vaccine is the start of synthetic biology running in our bodies -- i.e., the transhuman agenda.
Total common sense here ... Click image for video