Maybe drones can be used against governments. They can’t be that hard to build. From Karen Hunt aka KH Mezek at khmezek.substack.com:
Imagine our world as a giant petri dish and we are all inside of it. Experiments can be conducted on our “wetware.” There will be no escape from the drones.
While researching my piece, The Truth about Luciferase, I came across a patent that blew my mind and I absolutely had to write about it.
The patent is described as “Systems and Methods for Mobile Sample Collection” and it has to do with drones.
We’re talking armies of drones of all shapes and sizes, down to the smallest gnat, working together in a “swarm” to take samples, administer drugs and regulate the health and behavior of ordinary citizens. The promise is that these drones will be deployed to make our lives easier—for our health and safety.
Embarking on this read, I would like to start with some important words:
metaverse, meatverse, wetware, software, hardware
Metaverse: a virtual-reality space in which users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users.
Meatverse: you will not find this word defined anywhere on the internet. It is the word technocrats derisively use when describing the real world.
In June 2018, Oculus executive Jason Rubin sent an email to Facebook board member Marc Andreessen with the subject line “The Metaverse.” This paper was like the first page in the history of a new world, written by one of the gods.
Ruben described the Metaverse as a place where users “float through a digital universe of virtual ads, filled with virtual goods that people buy. There would be virtual people that they marry, while spending as little time as possible in the so-called ‘MEATVERSE’ — referring to the real world because humans are flesh and blood.”