I'll never forget. 903 is when summer turns into fall this year. I wish I could find the "old internet". I wish the pond was bigger. The world will keep growing smaller. In the end, perhaps the only righteous pursuit is math. I can't think of anything more abstract and truthful. Is there a way of thinking that is more objectively accurate than math? Anyhow, I'm not there yet . I feel like we can all see very well into the future at this point- by all I mean nearly 30% of global population. The rest are so passive that you can't really take them into consideration; on a conscious level, they are nonparticipating. But 30% of global population (still a subjective #) is a lot. I'm seeing things that deviate that are soon to be forgotten. I'm anxious about what needs to be done. I'm anxious because it has to be a group effort.
I'll admit I don't know the lingo, how they all work exactly, but like a lot of people I understand the gist of it. But holy hell, I don't think a lot of people realize how many botnets are out there today. I really used to laugh at the idea that we all live in a simulation. That was the idea that we were already living in a simulation. No, not yet, but we're definitely heading toward that direction. We WILL live in a simulation. The threads and articles I've witnessed in the past days were eye opening. The botnets are AGGRESSIVELY expanding, I mean truly at an alarming rate. I would go so far as to say that >50% of all content on open platforms is generated by AI. I just very recently found out how good that AI was. All the syntax studies weren't for nothing. What is going to happen once that majority becomes absolute? I feel like the advanced, elaborate botnets are there not to briefly capture our attention or maintain status quo, some day something is