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The Global Education Futures Forum foresees "a future where by 2028 there would be a cohort of Peoplenaires whose portfolios were valued by quality of human capital held.  It is conceivable that Peoplenaires won’t even be human.  They could be Decentralized Autonomous Organizations set up to automate 'charitable investments.'

Read full post here.



He's basically letting us know that, vaxxed or not, we'll still be getting colds and flu ... and remember, OMICRON spells MORONIC!










Here is Dr. Seneff at M.I.T. in 1969 in front of one of the world's first computers




Dr. Stephanie Seneff of M.I.T. explains simply and clearly what happens when Covid vax spike proteins circulate in the body before she is cut short by reporter Laura Ingraham (unfortunately there is an ad that plays first!)

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About 100 years ago, the poet Robinson Jeffers built Tor House and the lookout tower beside it by himself, using huge stones rolled up from the beach below in Carmel, California.  Read more here, and click photo to enlarge.

Set across the flower garden from Tor House, the tower is constructed with what Jeffers called “heavy sea-orphaned stone,” and stands forty feet tall. Jeffers built it himself, rolling rocks (some weighing four hundred pounds) up from the coast. “I hung / Stones in the sky,” he wrote, and he did, first using ramps, later hoisting them into place with block and tackle.  (Harper's magazine, September 2020)




An East Indian presents his view of changing North America