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Robert Deutch has predicted more severe rains for Qld, and Sydney, and most of Australia, and it’s started already at Emerald where I live. Bother, no sunshine for my solar panels for another week. Pretty soon I will count the sunshine days on a single hand this year. Sick of this cloudy smog and chemical haze and all this chemical bombing they do causing headaches and a lack of plant growth. It’s world wide too.

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

@thecanine@twtxt.net Thks Bro, Opera is a Linux OP application, not a browser for Windows OP, is that correct? What do you advise for oldies stuck on WIndows and File management systems, my own Internet Website is based on Text Files, and I use PHP to create the HTML webpages.

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

@thecanine@twtxt.net What extreme measures? What about going back to XP as a program software platform, one that cannot run many things in Internet Explorer, or what about Windows 98, now there is a Internet Explorer, that will not allow much. Can you build Internet Explorer machines that have reduced features, like unable to run video content for instance? If you want to run a video, you click on allow, and than switch the ability off? Does this stop anything? Or do I still get download expenses?

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

Thanks for the video link bro, I watched i t for a while, over an hour !! Question, why do IPads listen to people, collecting every conversation we say, and the ads come to our phones based on that conversation. What do they do with all the content, stored digitally for ever? Allow robotic AI machines to talk local talk, like humans do?
Are we humans losing our abilities to be unique? Are machines so to take over? I see this as a real threat.

I suspect the end of humans as a species is near, and soon robotic AI machines will speak and talk just like humans can.

But for now, how does one protect the words we speak and write from machines that steal our intellectual property? Google claims it helps more people search and read our stuff? Hmm? If we forget what we speak after a week, than our words should die with us. I can read what I wrote from aged 17, I have diaries, and my words should remain there, in my books. How does reading a 17 yr old way back in 1970 help a 17 yr old living in a different world?

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

I think it’s time to go back to the hard printed words on paper, with images on paper. Cannot be easily copied that way?

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

Thanks bro, are you telling me humans look at the images and trained the AI program how to scan the images for text and various links? After that the program may work on it’s own?

I had a thought, what about creating images of tiny size for each letter, a set that is created by a program, and thus when you write a letter, the program stores this letter and compiles the images for that word. Every day the images change slightly, making it near impossible for AI to read the letters, hence cannot read the words.

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This would be too hard for public to read, example the word “bee”. Hmm? not easy to stop AI stealing your words and using the words against you.

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In-reply-to » Media I repurpose the original steps to lead into the new verandah floor level, the concrete pad is still to be placed underneath.

Lyse, that is the camera quality, the timber is hardwood Eucalyptus, either Yellow StringyBark, or IronBark, both very long enduring timbers commonly used in steps.

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

wow, I am so surprised this site reads images and words in images easily !!!

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In-reply-to » They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

Thanks Bro for the link. I uploaded a few images, and find the website rather strange cross referencing other images.

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I see nothing similar in the images, except the first image.

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They say AI is now filling up the content of the Internet with gaslighting posts from humans who do not exist and tweets from machines who make up stuff. Nowadays we discuss things with bots, not humans.

Question: How can I stop bots and AI machines stealing my content and using this info in a twisted fashion against humans, so the confusion continues?

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The chemical bombs begin as a square because the planes travel in straight lines, and people report dozens of planes flying off Sydney coast, on their IPad videos. So the evidence is documented and shown by Robert Deutch.

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Robert Deutch spends all day investigating these weather modifications and shows us the deployment of metals and toxic chemicals dumped over us all the time. Acid rain, barium chloride, and now lithium with barium and strontium, all toxic metals. I love the science proof he proves from time to time, and very , very convincing.

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In-reply-to » Does anybody notice the acid rain falling over Australia last week, many of Facebook measured the water with a PH of 4.0. Now that's really very acidic, enough to kill off my tomatoes, which it has.

@prologic@twtxt.net What’s with the beard Son? The Government is planning a total lockdown soon, so you need to be ready for this. Enough food in the house for 30 days would be a good start.

Give the kids and Kate a big hug for me. It’s one of those lovely sunny days beginning here.

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To remove these, purchase or make charcoal power, and add the small particles, of say 5mm size to the soil as well. This causes the microbes to be stuck on the carbon, as well as feed the fruit trees.

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Barium sulphate is insoluble in soil, so cannot move into roots etc, so you have immobilized the problem.

I intend to purchase lots of Epsom salts and spread around the fruit trees over the weeks and years, to prevent barium toxicity.

As for microbes with cancer engineering also dumped on us.

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Joseph Spencer commissioned in 1970 and died in 1989 was brain programmed to be a man in black,, and work “killing people and forgetting”, became a perfect killing machine. His video of 14 minutes speaks of the greys, an alien race with hybrid humans also as men in black.

Now sure if all this info is real, but the implications are interesting.

They plan a world invasion with holograms to force a one world government soon.

I was interested in his comments with chem trails, where toxic chemicals are dumped on us daily.

You can see the chemical fog all the time, its not fog, its not dust and its not fire haze. Its a chemical fog, and the Gov admits to allowing geo engineering weather modification, etc.

They use barium chloride. A toxic substance. Gets into soil and plants and we humans ingest it.

I found a possible solution, praise God, magnesium sulphate. Or Epsom salts.

When sprinkled over your soil, the Barium chloride reacts with magnesium sulphate making Barium sulphate and magnesium chloride.

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