Part 2: Bits and Bytes of Digital Twins ~ Taking a Bite out of Humanity

Part 2 of the Series, “Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots

We are living in an increasingly digitalized, sensor-laden environment, inside our homes, in our outdoor environment, and within living things, including our human bodies.

One emerging framework within the massive scope of digital transformation — riding in on the crowned Trojan horse of the Fourth Industrial Revolution — is Digital Twins (DTs). In June 2017, Ben Rossi of Raconteur, defined digital twinning as “the mapping of a physical asset to a digital platform.” In its simplest explanation, digital twins digitize the physical world. The approach of using a digital replica of its original physical representation can be applied to nearly any sector of business and society, and integrates big data (captured via embedded sensors), machine-to-machine communication, and machine-learning technology. 

Digital twin technology has been practiced since the 1960s, first gaining ground by NASA in space programming. The actual terminology of “digital twin” was reportedly first mentioned in 1998, referring to a digital copy of actor Alan Alda’s voice. 

In this essay, I am focusing on one small element in the field of digital twinning, involving healthcare and bioinformatics, and the merging of these two domains within the context of purported epidemics. 

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Ringing in a Resonant New Year

There is innate wisdom in Nature that sings and dances to the infinite rhythm of the Universe. Aligning with this sacred pattern of movement and growth returns us to balance and harmony. As we emulate Nature, we amplify our true Selves. 

~ Stephers

Here’s a stream of consciousness, as I reflect on these trying times, and ponder what is to come as we enter 2021 . . . 

As a full-time mom, wife, and homesteader, I don’t have much time to work in other capabilities — including wellness consulting and empowerment coaching. As a part-time writer and member here at POM, today I am sharing in a capacity that encompasses many of the hats I wear — as a dedicated mom, healer, coach, researcher, and budding blogger. 

For the past 10 years or so, I have been compelled to observe the knowing (and unknowing) minions of a hyper-militarized and hyper-occulted ruling system. Parallel to this “investigation,” I have explored modes of resisting and combatting this octupus-like network. I have continually fallen short. However, in my personal life, I have developed a self-empowerment tool (see Exhibit A) incorporating multiple forms of energy expressions in this sphere of life we inhabit and navigate. The method I created has enabled me to overcome personal life obstacles, even those which seemed unnavigable, and treading into what some may perceive as “evildoings” by “evildoers.” Regardless of whether these experiences were placed in my path for spiritual growth or to distract me from spiritual growth, one thing I have noticed is that when I apply this technique — an alchemical method of transformation and transmutation — rather than my previous default of resistance, I achieve a better result.

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Part 1: A Star is Born ~ Ascent of the Techno-S’pore and the Descent of Man

Part 1 of the Series, “Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots

Governments should prepare for the “biodigital convergence”

~ Tse Hao Guang, Strategist at the Centre for Strategic Futures (CSF) in Singapore

As stated on September 10, 2020, in the article, “Bio-surveillance in the Era of COVID-19,” by Tse Hao Guang, “Canadian think-tank Policy Horizons has recently articulated the potential for a ‘biodigital convergence,’ where biological and digital systems interpenetrate to change the way we live, work, and even define what is natural or human. The rise of bio-surveillance, accelerated by COVID-19, is undoubtedly one undercurrent of this driving force. The need to ensure safety and order through more direct and fine-grained monitoring of human bodies has led to these new methods of sensemaking.”

What we are experiencing is a sporogenesis of technocracy, and more specifically, the augmentation of nature and humanity utilizing biodigital convergence — with the intention of propelling civilization into a post-nature and post-human existence. While the roots of technocracy trace back to the 16th century with Francis Bacon, who is recognized as the father of technocracy, there is a tiny 55 year-old country that has dispersed its techno-progeny spores across the world — that which is S’pore, or Singapore. 

Most researchers (including myself) have been focusing efforts on revealing the central role of The World Economic Forum as framing and influencing (with potential forethought) this plandemic scenario and its seemingly correlated world re-ordering. There are additional players afoot deserving of exploration and attention. 

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Thanks a bunch, Pogie

I am linking to a site I rarely visit, The Montana Post, run by award-winning high school English teacher Don Pogreba. “Pogie,” as he is known, is famous for the following exemplary form of argumentation … this a conversation I am making up but have experienced nonetheless:

Anyone anywhere: “But Pogie, I’ve got it right here that you’re wrong.”
Pogie: “What’s your source?”
AA: “It’s some research done from a book that was cited on a blog, Piece of Mindful.”
Pogie: That’s not reliable. I want the New York Times, Washington Post, CBS News, otherwise I don’t believe it.”
AA: But Pogie, that’s not the point. You’ve got to look at the material and judge it using your own brain.”
Pogie: “Get real. Give me a reliable source.”

This has long been my beef with Pogie, and maybe with modern education in general – he does not teach thinking. He teaches students to use other people’s brains instead of their own. The result is seen all around us, the masked masses, clueless as to why they are in such garb.

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Of Monkeys, Mice and Men: From Natural Bodies to Digitized Bots

Prologue — Emerging From the Rabbit Hole

Biotechnology is the new digital.

 ~ Nicholas Negroponte, founder and chairman Emeritus of MIT’s Media Lab

This post is a prologue to a new series I am launching here at POM . . .

Have you ever met a person who had plastic surgery? If so, did he/she have only one plastic surgery? From my experience, many individuals who undergo plastic surgery for one body part, progress to enhance other body parts. Body augmentation seems addictive, and could potentially go on ad infinitum — that is, if the person has unlimited finances, and if doctors don’t issue restrictions. Epitomizing this obsessive undertaking is the account of the individual known as the “Human Ken Doll” (recently transitioned to a woman), who has willingly submitted to more than 100 cosmetic procedures. This phenomenon also reminds me of a Brady Bunch episode in which Carol Brady is inspired to paint one room of the house, and Mike Brady is highly reluctant, as he is concerned that once she paints one room of the house, she will feel the urge to paint another, and another . . . You get the point. Of course, in the fictional land of Brady Bunch, Mike Brady was both a professional architect, and a husband, and he aptly perceived where Carol could potentially get carried away with her house augmentation endeavor. 

A “renovation” theme is apropos given where my series is heading, as well as suited to the goals of the “Reset,” in which the central planners have delineated the retrofitting of humanity. In this particular instance, I am discussing augmentation of humans on the nano scale, in which the alterations may not be readily and immediately apparent. I plan to shed more light on this aspect, which may encompass a string of subtopics such as vaccines, gene therapies, gene editing (i.e., CRISPR), digital gene sequencing, digital twinning, biohacking, bioprinting, human-computer interaction (HCI), microelectronics, bio-MEMS, nanotechnology, Internet of Bodies (IoB), Internet of nano-things, transgenic mice, chimeric organisms, bio-surveillance (i.e., embedded watermarks), and programmable matter. 

The technocratic engineers seem intoxicated with an insatiable desire to augment society, including our genomics. As of now, there are very little regulations in place by which to tame them. COVID may be the the most significant catalyst to their global venture, which may result in the evolution or devolution of humans — depending on the angle from which it is being viewed. 

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Awaiting deliverance

The movie “Deliverance” was famous for its rape scene, which seems appropriate in our current mass hysterical Covid-19 climate. The banjo-playing kid Lonnie, played by Billy Redden, appeared autistic, but since he was a backwoods boy, it is unlikely he was vaxxed. Perhaps he was just inbred.

1. We went to Walgreen over the weekend to get some photos made into Christmas cards. On the front door was a notice that the vaccine is not yet available. Apparently people are anxiously awaiting deliverance and hounding drug stores.

2. Montana has undergone a major change of governance, all major office now held by Republicans. The new governor is Greg Gianforte. He replaces Steve Bullock, who has been a Covid nightmare for everyone, locking down the entire state for months, enforcing rigid mask and social distancing requirements. You know … a fascist. Here’s Gianforte, taken from this source:

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A silent film for your enjoyment

Hat tip to Alexie for supplying this video, which I have downloaded in case YouTube censors it for violation of community standards (the “community” in question probably Langley, Virginia). In it Stefan Scoglio, an Italian researcher and Nobel nominee, describes the nitty gritty of virology and how they “isolate” … a word gutted of any real meaning in that profession. It is subtitled, so turn off the sound. I think we on this blog and elsewhere have come a long way in understanding the nuts and bolts of the pandemic, and this simply adds to our body of knowledge. Fortunately, Oregon Matt supplied an English version of the paper that Scoglio refers to here. (While the body of the paper has been translated, all of the references are in Italian.)
 
I also watched Dr. Andy Kaufman give an address at the Red Pill forum on Jekyll Island, Georgia recently. It is titled The Pandemic Fraud Runs Deeper Than You Think. (I don’t think that title applies to me.) He and Scoglio are on the same page.
 

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My Beef with Elmo: Elmo’s World Order?

Today is the 51st birthday of Sesame Street. The show first aired on November 10, 1969.

As a child growing up in the 1970s, I occasionally watched Sesame Street (produced by Sesame Workshop). The Electric Company captured my interest much more, as did Captain Kangaroo, Land of the Lost, and re-runs of Lost in Space. I didn’t watch much TV though. 

Before I proceed with my general grievances with Sesame Street, I just want to air my personal beef with the show — and with Elmo, in particular.

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The Defense is Rwaawwng

Since this pandemic narrative began, I have imagined a scenario in which the alleged virus had its day in court. In this instance, I pondered that the case of a novel virus causing a widespread disease did not “hold water.”

When I watched this recent discussion from October 14 between Dr. Tom Cowan and Sally Fallon regarding the sloppy science and trickery amidst this pandemic myth, I had a “positraction” moment. I could not help but envision the iconic film clip from “My Cousin Vinny,” that made the word “positraction” famous. (1) I suggest watching Dr. Cowan first (from the 7:30 timestamp to the 12:25 timestamp), and then for fun, watch Marisa Tomei as Mona Lisa Vito (see the linked video above). So classic.

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Medical fascists attack skiers for having way too much fun.

Exploring the steep and deep.

Nerd/nərd/noun: a foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious.

There must be no real joy in the fields of medicine or medical research. I have expressed my gut feeling before that the fascist nerds controlling this psyop seek revenge on the non-nerd population for being hazed and belittled in school and in homes with multiple siblings. Sports and music events and other popular social gathering places like bars, restaurants, and political rallies seem to piss off the “white-coats” more than other activities. Skiing in now in the cross-hairs. Not many nerds out on the slopes craving that sensation of floating in bottomless powder (pow) or feeling “the need for speed.” How insensitive? How long should this bullshit go on?

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