Thursday, January 3, 2013

How the Computer Geeks Will Rule the World

[Warning: This post was written with a light and humorous tone... Sorry to you who took it too seriously and claimed it was another conspiracy theory...]

It is rightly said by Saul Alinsky in Rules for Radicals, "He who controls the language controls the masses."

So now a little cadre of Computer Geeks are going to rule the world.

My sons have this artificial intelligence app on their iPhones called Siri in which you speak to the computer (like in Star Trek and 2001: Space Odyssey) and the computer on your phone basically answers you. They'll ask it something like, "Where's my sister?" And it will reply, "Your sister Susan is at her office." Or, "How far is it to the moon?" and the computer will either display the answer or say it.

Ominous. Really.

Let's just say the next generation of children are raised in a "Siri" environment where all they have to do is speak to the computer and it answers. They will have to learn the language of the computer in order to interact with it. If the computer geeks want the word "research" to be used when asking the computer to look up a congressman's votes, then research it will be... not the phrase "look up" or "find out."

Yes, there will probably be a Siri program that allows for personal expressions to be used, but when dealing with the worldwide internet and public Siri programs, they will be forced to use the universal computer language. And there goes our world.


Because a public Siri language would have to be politically correct. Siri will not offend anyone. So Siri will use gender-inclusive language... eventually it will no longer allow familial language, moral language, religious language. There will be no censorship or language police, for no one will even realize that the language is being censored. Kids will grow up with computer language programmed into their hard drives without a memory of the days before tweets.

So, without our even realizing it, our kids will grow up in a world using computer language in order to interact with worldwide technology. And they, the programers, will dictate the language. And if they want your kids to be socialists, words favoring socialism will be used. If they want your kids to be atheists, positive words will be used for atheism and negative for anything about God.  I bet "sin" won't be included in the language unless it is referring to the acronym, "Social Insurance Number."

It's over people..... pray....

Monday, December 31, 2012


Dr. Edward C. Allred is one of the world's most notorious abortionists!
How can the SDA church allow the La Sierra School of Business allow this to happen.
Time for Adventists to protest this!!

Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business

Edward C. Allred Center for Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship

Edward C. Allred
Welcome to the Edward C. Allred Center for Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship. This Center, in the La Sierra University School of Business exists to promote free market economics through the education of students, with a focus on Seventh-day Adventist high schools.
Established in 2010, the Center provides high school students with interactive, online materials that teach them the principles and practices of financial literacy and personal finance. It also sponsors a lecture series on free market economics at Adventist high schools. In the summer, the Center offers a boot camp on entrepreneurship for selected high school students and a workshop on free market economics for high school instructors on the University campus. It also conducts annual award programs for high school students who submit essays on free market economics and for high school economics instructors who bring innovation and creativity to the teaching of free market economics.
Explore our webpages to learn more about the Edward C. Allred Center and please contact us if you have any questions or ideas. We would love to hear from you.
Director: Dr. John Thomas
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