SciFriday: Mobile Tech, CRISPR, and the Mark of the Beast

January 10, 2020

What started as a review of the biggest changes in science and tech over the last decade morphed into a discussion of how mobile tech, artificial intelligence, and gene editing could lead to the fulfillment of end times prophecy.

SciFriday: Tavistock and Social Engineering

December 20, 2019

A mental health organization founded in London more than a hundred years ago has helped persuade Americans and Britons to go to war, and now it appears it’s trying to use sophisticated psychological techniques to deconstruct Western civilization.

SciFriday: Of Bees and Babel

December 13, 2019

Technology plays a key role in so-called grassroots protest movements. What the protesters don’t realize is that they’re pawns in a mind control scheme with a goal in mind that has little to do with their protests.

SciFriday: From Mount Hermon to DARPA

December 6, 2019

Innovation in science and technology isn’t evil, but it’s a powerful lure that draws humanity back to the false promise of the serpent in Eden: Ye shall be as gods.

SciFriday: Dawn of the 22nd Century

November 23, 2019

This week we look ahead to 2100 and see radical life extension, the changes it will have on human behavior, and the potential problems with not being able to die even when you want to (think Revelation 9:6). Of course, all that depends on getting past asteroid Apophis in 2029.

SciFriday: Older People, Colder Winters

November 15, 2019

We look ahead to 2050 and see the world’s population leveling off and beginning to decline. People will be older on average and not all of us will be entirely human. We also discuss the threat of global catastrophe by earthquake or asteroid impact and the implications of global cooling due to the solar minimum.

Extraterrestrial Runs for President

September 24, 2019

We’re not sure about the constitutionality of his bid, but Vrillon claims to be an ET who identifies as human—and he hopes to be the Transhumanist Party candidate for president in 2020.

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