How related are you to the natural world? Try a little experiment. Draw a bee, then find one (or one picture) and see how similar what you drew looks like the real thing. Do honeybees have two wings or four? Is it narrow-waisted or thick-waisted? Is it yellow or brown? Is the tip of the abdomen round or pointed? Can you see the stinging thorn?
If you get it wrong, you won’t be alone. Most people cannot draw an accurate picture of a bee (regardless of drawing skills) because there are far fewer bees in our environment today, and because Most people have become detached from nature.
“Bees are the batteries and guards of orchards and gardens.” – Carol Ann Duffy, The Bee
separation from nature
Separation from nature, according to the English philosopher Jeremy Neidler, is a symptom of today’s Internet-based electronic world. We lose our souls and our connection to nature because of our dependence on electricity and wireless communications.
With the Internet, we have reached, for the first time in human history, a point where computers operate independently of human supervision. It is also a world where people are spending more and more time online, indoors, away from nature. With 5G, we are preparing ourselves for a world where artificial intelligence will take over the planet – and us.
It will be a world in which the lines between what is real and what is virtual become blurred, perhaps so blurry that many people will not be able to determine what is real and what is computer generated.
The 5G network will make virtual and augmented reality accessible to everyone. This will “intensify this tendency in people to lose themselves, and further weaken their relationship with nature…” The computer-generated virtual world will capture people’s attention, manage their emotions and loyalties, attack their imagination and determine their thought patterns, and erode their inner lives, says Neidler. And keep them away from nature.
Virtual reality will be used to lure people into believing that the electronic world is a better place than the real world.
With 5G, Neidler says, they aim to create a “5G ecosystem.” This “will enable intelligent machines, or machine hybrids, to usurp natural living beings. The technological revolution … aims to replace nature with an entirely technological planet.”
Robot bees to pollinate crops
One example of this provided by Niedler was the creation of robotic bees to pollinate crops. We kill real bees, which are very sensitive to electricity, With electromagnetic radiation from wireless communication. But what will happen to wild plants when bees and other pollinators disappear? Would anyone notice, if we spent our lives online instead of outdoors in the real world?
The Internet already operates with a large degree of computer independence, but 5G is needed to create a global artificial intelligence network that can operate independently of us. The Internet of Things, says Neidler, will only be a precursor to the Internet of Thought.
This will be active everywhere in the environment, and we will have to interact with it to do the simplest thing. And that, of course, is the purpose of the 20,000 satellites broadcasting 5G on this planet from outer space, and the purpose of the hundreds of millions of tiny 5G cells all over our towns and cities.
To create the internet of thought, the Earth’s surface must be completely surrounded by electromagnetic radiation, no matter the cost to nature or to us.
5G is not about improving communications, says Neidler. That’s how they sell it, but that’s not really what 5G is about. It’s about creating an electronic ecosystem, the internet for thinking, which is truly the “Infrastructure of Electronic Inclusiveness”.
If we do not want to belong to the electronic ecosystem, a citizen of the electronic dictatorial world, what can we do about it? “object!” Naidler says. Break the spell of our dependence on the wireless world, on the Internet, on electricity, and re-establish our relationship with natural light, nature and our essential humanity.
We must not allow electronic tyranny to control our lives. Get off the internet, get out – and protest. And go find a bee to look at, while you still can.
– Reprinted Courtesy of the natural activist
Radiation, Robot Bees, and 5G: The Nightmare Unfolds: Creating a New Electronic System
(See footnotes and references in the writings of Jeremy Neidler over here.)
Jeremy Neidler wrote,
“Today you can walk in the fields for miles on end in the UK and you probably wouldn’t set your eyes on a farmer or farm worker actually standing on the soil. Within the agricultural community, with the exception of small organic and organic farms, the relationship to the land, to the soil as a ‘maternal force’, seems to have Finally lost. 5G ecosystem It will carry this tendency to the extreme of alienation, because it is not an ecosystem of living organisms: it is It is an ecosystem of intelligent machines and robots. At the Smart Agriculture conference in the Netherlands, there was a discussion about how to respond to the alarming decline in bees. Nobody mentioned that bees are very sensitive to electricity, a fact that has been known for more than forty years, as several recent studies have confirmed their hypersensitivity.
Researchers have repeatedly argued the relationship between colony collapse disorder and exposure to radiofrequency and microwave radiation.
… But at the Smart Agriculture conference, a new “smart” way forward was presented as a perfect solution to the problem: a new pollinator drone called “APIS”. An acronym that stands for self-pollination and imaging system. It is a completely autonomous “miniature air vehicle” designed for the greenhouse – one of several vehicles currently being developed at various research institutions around the world. Technological advances in indoor navigation, miniaturization and precision vision-based control support the design’s applicability. If our bees are being killed by the new electronic ecosystem, don’t worry. The new ecosystem enables them to be replaced by robot bees. In this one example The deeper purpose of the 5G ecosystem has been revealed. It is to enable intelligent machines, or machine hybrids, to usurp natural organisms. The technological revolution we are currently experiencing extends beyond our control over nature: it aims to replace nature with an entire planet with technology.
A great cry is coming out of the earth today. How do we open our ears to this cry, and wake up from the illusion that everything will be fine because so far we have avoided a complete catastrophe? The consciousness of the spectator has now reached a critical point; It should turn around, fall to the ground, and change if we It must again relate in a respectful manner to the fundamental reality of the earth and the living creatures that inhabit the earth.
Goethe Talk about the human being as the most powerful and accurate scientific tool possible, insofar as we make use of our healthy senses. He understood that only when we humanly communicate with the world of natural phenomena, without the medium of technology, is it possible to truly participate in the mystery of the process of nature. Otherwise we remain strangers – stare, investigate, provoke. To the extent that we live in a world conditioned by our intelligent technologies and dominated by our intelligent technological thinking, the same technological mindset prevents us from opening up to the deeper mystery of existence.
What Goethe was proposing can only be achieved through deliberate determination and application of will and repeated efforts on our part. At its core is a moral step that we must take to overcome our own alienation and self-centeredness – to overcome the collective habits of centuries.
We must disarm ourselves from our tools and devices
To meet this challenge, we have to disarm ourselves from our gadgets and devices for a more realistic knowledge experience. Only then do we have the opportunity to perceive things in their spiritual identity, inwardly enlightened by the focused and reverent awareness we can offer them, and by which we can hold them in our consciousness. In such redemptive acts of cognition lies the hope of nature and our hope for the future.
Dispel the illusion that humanity’s future depends on building a technological paradise
But it does need us to put our smartphones, tablets, and multiple devices aside — to leave them indoors, if only for a short time each day — better to pay attention to “the sun, the moon, and the stars, the waving of weeds, the flowing streams, and the whispering wind.” We can thus effectively begin to confront the illusion that the future of humanity depends on building a technological paradise, and engage in the real task of restoring both nature and ourselves to the “great mystery” that is our true ecosystem.” — Jeremy Neidler
Read Jeremy Neidler’s article over here.
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