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Going to the Dark Side of the Moon, The Thought Police, and More

Updated: May 15, 2023

Weekly Roundup May 5, 2023 By Violet Wisdom

#3 GOING TO THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON - Well, just next to it anyway.

. Artemis 2 announced their crew this week as the mission moves closer to launch. Upcoming NASA moon voyages (specifically Artemis 3) have their landing sites set on the south pole of the moon. All previous landings have been along the moon’s equator. After several satellite crashes into the moon’s south pole resulted in finding at least some (ice) water, these new missions are hoping to extract water which can be used to lengthen lunar stays. It is also believed that there are rocks in this region that are so old they could be clues to the history of the Universe. China is also looking to send a mission to the same region. This could be interesting.

#2 GEORGIA YARD ART- Move over gnomes and flamingos, yardships have landed. The space-age visual public announcement was created by Danny Nelson who lives in Sardis, Georgia. Wanting to share his stories of personal sightings and abductions (which he states were pleasant) he created yard art that looks like the UFOs he has seen. The more you know!

#1 -THE THOUGHT POLICE COULD BECOME REAL- The world of tech has moved on from smart phones and interactive video games to focusing on interpreting human thoughts. AI Decoder technology is being presented as a technology designed for people with the kinds of disabilities that prevent them from being able to talk or type/text. The AI Decoder uses brain scans to translate thoughts into words with terrifyingly accurate results. Though not perfect, it is extremely close.

Scientists working on the new AI/chatbot plan to create a new version of the decoder that can be easily moved from one location to another. Previously, the closest technological advances in thought decoding relied on physical implants. Although reading people's thoughts without their permission would be likely considered illegal and against international rules for governments, there is hardly any guarantee that it is preventable. Just ask Winston Smith.

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