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  1. The Phenomena is more complex and weirder than aliens coming from another solar system. The parts of the government that are honest acknowledge this by now using the term 'non-human intelligence.' Leslie Kean, the journalist who brought the issue into the mainstream in 2017 through her NYT article, believes there's a connection between the phenomenon and consciousness. Reality is stranger than fiction. Keep an open mind, everything we 'know' will come undone in the coming years.
  2. I grew up in Seattle, not the suburbs but the city itself, so I have the somewhat unique perspective of growing up in a green dominated environment. Only after moving out of Seattle did I realize how much of a bubble I was living in. One example of it being green is that every city policy is evaluated according to some framework to understand how it might impact minorities.
  3. For the record, Lex did not attend MIT but Drexel. He is so status obsessed though that he conceals this and gives off the appearance of going to MIT. His own relationship to MIT is as some loosely associated lecturer.
  4. California's courts and its Supreme Court are all very liberal. The quasi affirmative action programs practiced in California - which still produce low levels of black students- had the benefit of those liberal courts as well as the fact affirmative action was legal at the federal level. Now lawsuits can bypass the state courts and go directly to the federal level.
  5. I don't see how affirmative action is not stage yellow. What's disgusting to me is not colleges and professional skills seeking out minority candidates, it's the grossly unfair advantages they give to connected kids.
  6. The Los Vegas incident is not credible, and many people think it's a fabricated event and the publicity around it is to distract and discredit from the whistleblower. The whistleblower conducted a 7 hour interview which is supposed to air tonight.
  7. https://thedebrief.org/intelligence-officials-say-u-s-has-retrieved-non-human-craft/ The guy used to prepare intelligence briefings for the president. more info:
  8. It's not a great theory, but I struggle to understand what else explains it. How can beings so advanced their craft defy the known laws of physics unintentionally crash? Maybe they are from another dimension and something about entering our dimension causes accidents.
  9. My guess is they’re crashing for the same reason they’re allowing us to pick them up through radar and other instruments. They want to expose themselves to us, their technologies and their biologies (at least assumed biology).
  10. NyMag picks up the story: https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2023/06/ex-intel-official-government-hiding-alien-tech.html
  11. Gary Nolan, a highly respected Stanford professor, often talks about the practical usefulness of knowing they are real and also with us on our planet. He mentions how the discovery of silicon transformed human civilization, serving as everything from a useful building material to the backbone of modern electronics and advanced computers and artificial intelligence softwares such as ChatGPT. if we, through reverse engineering, can even understand even a spec of the technologies used in these crafts we could potentially unleash incredible benefits for our species. This is not lost on governments. The article I linked to alleges their has been a secret Cold War between the U.S and peer advanced counties to recover and study these crafts.
  12. @Blackhawk the evidence is currently in the hands of elements of the U.S government who have concealed it from Congress and have done so for many years. right now the only evidence available to the public is this news and strong hints by many other senior officials, but the overton window on this topic is shifting quickly and we might have something more substantial available to us soon
  13. @Danioover9000 Reports of UFO sightings are not new. They’ve been going on for decades, if not centuries. What’s new is public acknowledgement of them starting in 2017 by elements of the U.S government, and now explicit acknowledgement they are non-human by a senior intelligence official. I have no idea what’s prompted this shift if they’ve been covering this up for this long.
  14. Is it worth buying this course? I bought the book recommendation list and it was just whatever. Nothing I couldn't find on Goodreads myself and seemed more like Leo's personal taste in books at the moment rather than anything life changing.
  15. See if you want to get into futures trading. I'd recommend "The Day Trader next door" on YouTube. Just type that in. There's also another guy on youtube whose name I forget who sometimes does futures. Type in something like "futures trading with 1k account" and you should find him. Younger guy out in California. Not a phony or trying to sell you some sort of discord server membership. You can start with any amount and futures trading is basically 24 hours.
  16. War is part of the great balance of the universe. Until we become Gods, and God-like in goodness, we will always need war. But war doesn't need to mean WW1 style trench warfare or nuclear bombs. We can also do social war and that works too.
  17. Biden aint shit unless he does something house. As a working millennial, I can't afford a house in places I want to live i.e. places with good jobs.
  18. When Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, reality became a joke for me. Anyone else feel the same way?
  19. Used to support now not against yet but disturbed by reports of people in Canadian hospitals being reminded repeatedly and without solicitation of their option to die by doctor if their medical care is costly.
  20. Used it this morning at work when drafting a pretty extensive message on new product features. What would have taken me about 40 minutes (with editing) took 15 and the notes were really good. It can also write usable code and even re-create a form of the internet (see twitter). Add on top of it its ability to make poetry, speak about some complicated financial and science topics with nuance mind-blowing even some experts...this is pretty extraordinary. What's even more shocking is that an even more powerful version will be released in the next few months according to OpenAI.
  21. Is this unique to red? I feel this is common across all humans yellow and below.
  22. People who don't mind immigrants don't make internet posts mentioning immigrants who are "casually dressed" who speak English "so terrible" that makes you think why on earth they are here while admitting you do hold "a personal grudge." One thinks of a Trump supporter in Trump regalia at a literal Trump rally saying "I'm not racist or nothing but..."
  23. Ok. You are definitely European. There's something snotty I sense here. Americans only: do you think our country would be greater if we had a "snotty" attitude toward immigrants?
  24. I can accept stealing as somehow related to red. Although I notice they typical won't blantly steal from friends. Maybe a weak punk or those they want to dominate, but there's also an honor culture on the street. Blatant stealing is not red. As for emotional immaturity, you need to go further an define that more. I find that many stage red people are broadly aware of the ethics of their community and won't go against that. They don't spend hours on personal introspection and reflecting on their emotions, but is that the same as emotional immaturity? Personally I think a lot of stage yellow people can also fall into the category of emotional immaturity. This ugly stereotype of red as a feeling less brute who impulsively does violence is not helpful to this enlightening model.
  25. Stealing from others, drinking alcohol and using drugs, and the other things you describe are not defining of stage red. This could very easily be state orange. Red is violent, and impressed by displays of power and desires power over others it deems weaker. You can have someone at that stage who never drinks easily. I know many stage red Muslims for instance.