OVER FUTURE’S HORIZON
Just what is it that we are walking into? What will the future bring? Mankind has always sought answers to these questions, perhaps now more than ever. We are hurtling toward an ever-accelerating horizon that, it would seem, threatens to engulf us. We see it in so many fields. Computing technology, travel, medicine, diet and agriculture, the genetic and technological engineering of human and animal life, bio-technology, energy, the list goes on. It is inevitable that this dash into the future will have its influence on societal and cultural norms. It already has.
Consider just some of what is anticipated. An article from the World Economic Forum anticipates a 2030 scenario in which “A hot breakfast tailored to your specific nutritional needs (based on chemical analysis from your trips to the ‘smart toilet’) is waiting for you in the kitchen.”[i] Futurists paint a pretty radical picture of just where we may be heading. Computing speeds will continue to expand exponentially. According to Jim Tully, in charge of research for Gartner, “Chips will be assembled using individual atoms or molecules, a type of nanotechnology.” Now that’s a revolutionary leap from the assembly line technology of the 20th century. According to futurist Ray Kurzweil, “molecular computing technology,” will soon match the intellectually acuity of human beings. Soon it will be possible to control computer functions with your mind. And with brain implants you’ll be able to direct your internet surfing with just your thoughts. [The Pentagon has been working for years on brain implants to enhance the fighting capabilities of American combat personnel] According to Jordan Lewujaan at High Existence, “Nanotechnology is revolutionizing the health world. The awesome combination of a higher understanding of how DNA works and the ability to create very small cellular parts is painting a very bright future for medicine. Scientists are finding specific sequences of DNA that code for conditions like schizophrenia, autism and even aging. The cures are actually in sight.” In yet another development, one company has already produced a “3-D bio printer that builds custom organs cell-by-cell.” It will start by ‘printing’ veins and arteries and hopes to move on to livers and hearts within a decade.[ii]
Kurzweil again talks about the coming vertical agricultural revolution. As populations increase and demand rises, food will be grown in “AI-controlled vertical buildings rather than horizontal land.” We can expect to be eating hydroponically grown fruits and vegetables and “in-vitro cloned meat.” Other futurists have suggested that we may be eating insects in the near future.[iii] [I’d like to say ‘No thank you! Hydroponics aren’t bad but I’ll take my field-grown WNY tomatoes and some venison backstrap, thank you.]
The World Economic Forum offers some additional insights. We can look forward to “Light Field Displays” that project 4D images on to our retinas. No screens necessary. CRISPR will enable scientists to edit genes to produce specially designed pets –[and humans, I imagine]. They give the example of a tiger that’s the size of a housecat. And then there’s Biofacturing. Researches are busy preparing to – and already combing human DNA with animals. The eventual goal is to produce chimeras that can grow replacement organs for human beings.
The World Economic Forum surveyed 800 experts in the fields of information and communication technology. They found that an overwhelming majority of them – over 75% in each case were predicting massive change in our lifestyle landscape by 2025. By that date, they said: 10% of the population will be wearing clothes connected to the internet. 3D-printed cars will be in production. A tenth of all cars on America’s roads will be driverless. We will see the “first transplant of a 3D-printed liver.”[iv]
Then there is the very real technology of weather modification. Despite denials to the contrary, we know that meteorological manipulation is ‘a thing.’ China’s use of such technology is well documented. In 2018, Newsweek routinely reported that “China is developing a powerful weather-modification network—that’s more than twice the size of Texas—to bring much-needed rain to the Tibetan Plateau.” It then went on to describe the workings of the technology.[v] China’s has been working on influencing the weather since 1958 and used the technology to control conditions during the Beijing Olympics. The US used it as a military weapon during the Viet Nam War.[vi] And of course, there is the HAARP program which stands for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program. Professor Michel Chossudovsky describes it as “an appendage of the Strategic Defense Initiative – ‘Star Wars’. From a military standpoint, HAARP –which was officially abolished in 2014– is a weapon of mass destruction, operating from the outer atmosphere and capable of destabilising agricultural and ecological systems around the world.” From its array of antennas in Alaska, it operated as a giant weather modification experiment / factory. Dr Rosalie Bertell described its character and purpose. “It is related to fifty years of intensive and increasingly destructive programs to understand and control the upper atmosphere. … HAARP is an integral part of a long history of space research and development of a deliberate military nature. The military implications of combining these projects is alarming. … The ability of the HAARP / Spacelab/ rocket combination to deliver very large amounts of energy, comparable to a nuclear bomb, anywhere on earth via laser and particle beams, are frightening.” Writing some years ago, Bertell predicted that it would be sold to the public as a defensive weapon, “a space shield against incoming” missiles.[vii]
Since at least 1996, the US Air Force has been pursuing the strategic use of weather modification as an offensive and defensive weapon of war. It was that year that a report was published entitled: Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025. The abstract of the report began this way: “In 2025, US aerospace forces can ‘own the weather’ by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war fighting applications. Such a capability offers the war fighter tools to shape the battlespace in ways never before possible. It provides opportunities to impact operations across the full spectrum of conflict and is pertinent to all possible futures. The purpose of this paper is to outline a strategy for the use of a future weather modification system to achieve military objectives.”[viii]
It all fits the theme of the planned future. Total control by The Powers That Be. Our minds, our actions, our brains, our thoughts, our movements, our finances, our weather….everything!
[i]5 predictions for what life will be like in 2030, World Economic Forum, October 31, 2017
[ii] Jordan Lewujaan, 10 Ways the Next 10 Years Are Going To Be Mind-Blowing, High Existence, monitored August 13, 2019
[iii] What will life be like in 2035?, Sun Corp, November 20, 2015
[iv] 5 predictions for what life will be like in 2030, World Economic Forum, October 31, 2017
[v] Christina Zhao, CHINA MAKES IT RAIN WITH A WEATHER CONTROL NETWORK TWICE THE SIZE OF TEXAS,
Newsweek, May 11, 2018
[vii] Prof Michel Chossudovsky, The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction: “Owning the Weather” for Military Use, Global Research,
July 5, 2018
[viii] Corporate Author : AIR WAR COLL MAXWELL AFB AL, Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025,
DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER,