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I want to do a short thread, because I feel there are folks out there who are intentionally misrepresenting my position about pandemic policies and genocide / eugenics. They are doing this to smear and marginalize me. No one has to agree with my analysis, but you can't erase it.
In the fall of 2018, I was in Vancouver waiting for a bus. The weather enclosure had an advertisement for Internet of Things agriculture and livestock management. I knew what it portended. Vancouver is a hot bed of disruptive tech and impact investing.
At the time I was in touch with James Kilgore, research associate at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign on e-carceration. I remember telling him several times that IoT tracked "free-range" livestock was the new open-air prison model. challengingecarceration.org/author/jjincu/
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Ok - so I am going to do a thread here pointing out a few bits related to the Alice dot si "blockchain for good" social impact investment scheme. I wrote about it first in June of 2019. My opposition to blockchain is not new! wrenchinthegears.com/2019/06/19/ali…
Alice dot si is one of over 200 members of "Blockchain for Social Impact" based in Brooklyn, managed by Consensys. The group partners with the World Bank - see 2018 conference. Projects align with UN SDGs and hinge on digital ID and sensor networks. blockchainforsocialimpact.com
Alice dot si tokenizes private donations on blockchain. Tokens support achievement of identified social outcomes as tasks and sub-tasks tracked via impact data on leaderboards. The first pilot in 2017 was homelessness in London - St. Mungo's SIB. blockchainforsocialimpact.com/members/alices…
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Here's a thread on a topic TPTB DON'T want folks paying attention to - #IoB wearables with #Graphene tied to impact markets and data harvest towards the #Singularity, linking Sweden, Spain, and Stanford University. I did a podcast on it a few months back.
A goal of the mad scientists working on #IoBNT (see Ian Akyildiz at Georgia Tech, a University Affiliate Research Center for the DoD) that humans merge with a ubiquitous computing environment - bio-data and thoughts transmit in a suffused way using nano. futurecomresearch.eu/previous/2017/…
Right now they don't have the technology for all of those "dots" of sensor data to float out in an uncontrolled manner. They need to aggregate the data and send it out to interact with 5/6G+ "smart" environments in the spatial web. Hence the need for #graphene #wearables.
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