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Vital information for your current life

Filed in THE SIMULATION by on 22 July 2019 19 Comments
Vital information for your current life

It's time to step out of the dream world and start looking at the world around you for what it's worth. That will bring fundamental changes to your life. I would therefore like to point out the following presentation by Richard Thieme (at the very bottom of this article), a former priest who has transformed himself into […]

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How are we going to bring the big change if 99% is inanimate?

Filed in THE SIMULATION by on 15 July 2019 32 Comments
How are we going to bring the big change if 99% is inanimate?

Now that we have come to the conclusion that many around us are literally inanimate (see this article), I ask you to think again about that remark. I do not mean 'in a manner of speaking' or 'in metaphors', no I mean literally inanimate. "Go and multiply" is a well-known statement [...]

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"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 12 January 2018 9 Comments
"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

"All women are whores, except your own mother" is a much heard saying. Geenstijl wrote an article in 2012 with the title 'Women are whores. All of them'. In that article they referred to a survey highlighted by their sister company, de Telegraaf, via the website vrouw.nl. Yes, Geenstijl and De Telegraaf are both part of [...]

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Will man be a programmable biocomputer for science?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 22 November 2017 15 Comments
Will man be a programmable biocomputer for science?

Previously, I referred to the CISPR technology and the urge of the Dutch state to make experiments with embryos legally possible. With this, the Netherlands does not seem to want to lag behind in the development towards the programmable person. The CISPR technology basically means that every piece of DNA can be replaced [...]

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