Joyanna Adams

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The “Genuis” of NOT Repeating History

Nobody Cares

Tonight I watched the end of the “Genius” series about Albert Einstein.

In fact, I just wrote what I considered to be one of my best blogs…I saved it in Word, and it’s gone.

This happens to me. More than I liked. And I have NO explanation for it whatsoever. Except to say…

I can’t repeat it, sadly, I’m tired, it was a long day…but here’s the main points:

The last episode in the series explained how Albert Einstein was upset because his work lead to the creation of nuclear weapons. In fact, Time Magazine put him on the cover with a mushroom cloud.He was a pacifist, and the question we must ask of genius is: Do they not ever THINK of the repercussions of their inventions? You can’t tell me, as smart as Einstein was, that he didn’t know of how his research could be used. His mind just wouldn’t stop, it was simply too much fun.

Most genius do what they do for the sheer joy of discovery. But, nevertheless, because of Einstein, we now live in a world of nuclear fear. And the geniuses of OUR time, think it’s a sure thing that we will destroy ourselves.

They insist we get off the planet. Stephen Hawkins and Elton Musk, being the two driving this line of thinking.

Now, Elton has big plans. He thinks he can get about a million people to Mars. In fact, he hopes to live there one day. And he is doing this for the world, of course.

But don’t worry, he plans to make it cheap enough.

Now if you leave in Arizona now, Mars might not be too much of a change. Elton says there will be video games, and fun stuff to do.

Which brings me to the famous quote of Albert’s, which basically says that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results.

Take globalization for instance. How’s that working out? The top 1 percent have as much wealth as the rest of the planet. But they STILL continue to try to make the whole world a towering Babel of idiots.

The new mantra is: AI robots will take our jobs. And SOON.? Tell me, what’s the point of that?

The top 1 percent will have even MORE money? How cheap will robots be?

How many Detroit’s can you fit on the end of a robots head?

(Are you listening democrats?)

Anyway…back to the program:

The usual liberal themes were placed cleverly throughout the series. Einstein did not endorse monogamy, his first wife sacrificed her career for him, he was not upset by communists, and he thought a global government could control nuclear weapons. At the end, he was teaching math to a girl, a sweet ending to tell young girls they could DO math.

And we can thank Ron Howard for leaving out the obligatory puke scene.

Nobody had a say in the development of the nuclear bomb.

And nobody will have a say in the development of the new AI world.

But SOMEBODY should care, that while individual geniuses should be encouraged and applauded, that doesn’t mean the rest of humanity should be sacrificed to their ‘visions’ of controlling the human race.

People of the planet should have a say in what THEY want to do with their lives.

Is there ‘compassion’ in wanting to send humanity to Mars? Wouldn’t it be better to try to work on our problems here? Wouldn’t there be the SAME problems on Mars?

Is there morality in replacing people’s jobs with robots? Whose going to pay for everyone to eat? Will Microsoft send me dinner?

Shouldn’t we be asking these questions?

Or, does Nobody Care?

(Sorry, the first one was SO much better.)

 

June 21, 2017 Posted by | Global Government, Globalization, Uncategorized | , | 3 Comments

   

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