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The personal toys we call “computers” are not real computers.  The “apps” we are allowed to use on our toy computers are social and mind control devices, designed for governmental surveillance and “dumbing down” members of “the masses”.  If the real potential power of computing technology were applied to creating prosperity and intelligence instead of war, subservience and scarcity, the human race could travel to the stars and beyond at speeds exceeding light, and create a literal paradise on Earth .  As it is, we’re going nowhere fast.



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Here’s a photo of the Milky Way Galaxy.  If you look carefully, you may be able to locate the star you came from before being dumped on Earth.  Or, perhaps you didn’t come from the Milky Way Galaxy?  If you came to Earth from another galaxy, or universe, you’ll have to find your own photo.  Good Luck!



This  striking view of the central parts of the Milky Way was obtained with  the VISTA survey telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile. This  huge picture is 108 500 by 81 500 pixels and contains nearly nine billion  pixels. It was created by combining thousands of individual images from  VISTA, taken through three different infrared filters, into a single  monumental mosaic. These data form part of the VVV public survey and  have been used to study a much larger number of individual stars in the  central parts of the Milky Way than ever before. Because VISTA has a  camera sensitive to infrared light it can see through much of the dust  blocking the view for optical telescopes, although many more opaque dust  filaments still show up well in this picture. This image is too large to be easily displayed at full resolution and is best appreciated using the zoom tool.