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    Back then there isn't

    Books nonreality didn't exist back then

    Sometime between 2139 and 2257, timekeeping concepts went uninsured, Local Times remain important, but you'll have to adapt, Bonobo, to understand this story from the morning. 


    First of all, it should be mentioned that:

    The climate thing

    got out of hand.

    On the one hand, we owe it a not too tragic but complex sequence of highly technological city states. Ecocracies under the flag of the United Nations Better Cities, but on the other hand, palm trees in Greenland and a blooming Siberia are of course not something you just eat, right?

    THE early 21st century mind refuses to make mentally and emotionally comprehensible what could hardly be saved into the smartphone and internet, let alone AI age

    Yes, there were many winners and many more losers and that is why every global initiative was ultimately a farce to distract. Things were really stupid for the Asians, China controlled itself to death, so to speak. You can't robotize 1.2.3 billion people with consumption. Maybe if they had pushed the Individual Mass Printer more quickly, but even then freedom would probably have been expressed more easily.

    NO WAY.

    Implo etchings, beta states, that was what was described in Pot. Storylines of Reconstruction. Doubt about the Beeing. From whatever perspective you look at titles.

    Like those 3D pictures from the 1980s, you know them, you can see different parts of a scenery depending on how you hold it and the angle of view.

    That was fascinating for a pre-digital youngster. Model trains were also cool, which comes to mind.


    And now, we have arrived in brave new worlds, perfect eco-islands in the middle of tropical paradises, a little less diversity, but it's seething and the whole planet is like a rainforest. Although the sea is a bit more complicated, its point of no return ultimately turned everything around through Climatewolf.


    Anyway, I'm sipping cocktails at the North Pole, who would stop that. Arctica is mostly free territory, a colorful, courageous people.

    The real America, the real land of freedom, because we didn't have to exterminate anyone for it is one of the nasty slogans here that makes you smile.

    And before you get too excited and happily book the next flight to New Mallorca, despite the great ending, the suffering beforehand wasn't worth it. This terraforming could have been designed a little more planned.  


    My daughter is playing in the sand next to me with her immortal baby kittens, hardly any bigger than a house mouse and so damn adorable that they beam a permanent grin into my face while I pontificate about some kind of end of the world. Well, Armageddon has always been a subjective experience.

    Humans and Inhumans now have everything under control again

    , so you hear, lol, every year new mostly privately financed spaceships and arks set off to develop interplanetary ideas or even new solar systems.

    OUR OWN IS VERY SEXY ORGANIZED, BUT MORE ON THAT LATER. ALWAYS THESE ADVENTURE-ADUDICTED HOLLYWOOD JUNKIES, NO, I'M SITTING ON A POLAR PALM BEACH AND IT HAS BECOME NEITHER A DYSTOPIAN NOR A UTOPIA.  


    If I need adrenaline or dopamine or whatever, I simply ask my Medical Assist to change the dosage of my daily food/drink or/and switch reality, my Hololenses and implants reliably transport me into some of the best artwork ever.

    Here on Gaia you should stop acting like a prosimian and enjoy celebrating a thousand or more years of life. Power structures and ideologues may look for other earths, everything has become very decent and nice, without fears and with basic needs satisfied, even the typical greedy is only a pale marginal figure.

    True too:

    Even if you can have, feel and experience everything without harming others, then someone will still want to be Hitler in some parallel surreality, but for the most part such madness hardly affects and we live balanced lives, we surf out into the Megaverse on an incomprehensible flow. 


    Well, nothing happened but it would be untrue, there were very scary times, the overview was lost, there will never be one again. If I said earlier that a kind of eco-technocracy had prevailed and yes, today the most likely crime is against the environment, but it is usually clear that as part of the biosphere we respect and protect it, then that is just MY reality.

    So many soups everywhere, I would suggest viewing my reports as subjective journalism, I don't hold back on my opinions, but what the heck, once you realize that the beauty of chaos, the Kali Yuga is a wonderful exploded Pandora's box, that we will become our own mythology beyond good and evil, and in some cases already have, then you are reading me correctly.


    I'm not a chronicler, all chroniclers are liars, I prefer to be an entheogenic drunk who dreams. 

    And these goddamn cute kittens would never have been allowed in the regulatory castles of the bureaucrats who were too stupid to control change intelligently, even though they usually had all the tools to do so. In the long run, anarchy can lead to something balanced. And we were actually always and always anarchic, our addiction to control was the biggest fake of all.


    What is worrying is whether they finally know what they are doing with their quantum Kis. Doubts are appropriate.

    WHAT THE FUCK NEVER MET A KINKER DUCK

    like I always say. 


    My daughter calls me something, when I look at her I feel like I've made the right choices for a long time.

    Welcome to

    NONREALITY 

    The pandemonium. Let us praise the day before the evening. It is finished.  

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