Personally, I love the Wisdom Of Crowds theories and all things releated to global consciousness theories, in particular the Random Event Generator.But I keep hearing more about the Web Bot project and it starts to get interesting the closer we are getting to 2012.
The Web Bot bases its prediction on internet searches, it taps digitally into the cosmic mind or our collective mind if you prefer the expression. The Web Bot has predicted the Coastal Phenomena, and event thats largely seen as the kick of for the soon to follow 2012 world changing event. Their method captures changes in language patterns within Internet forums. This aggregated data is then processed with software to determine various keywords, which they interpret in a predictive fashion.
Remember the converstation Dan Brown described in “The Lost Symbol”: …”Your house is amazing,” Katherine said.
“Thanks, I got lucky in college and licensed some software I’d written.”
“A precursor to metasystems. Following 9/11, the government was intercepting and crunching enormous data fields-civilian email, cell phone, fax, text, web sites – sniffing for keywords associated associated with terrorist communications. So I wrote a piece of software…
“Essentially, my software let them take America’s temperature.”
…”It offered a kind of cosmic consciousness barometer, if you will…”
(From The Lost Symbol, a conversation of Katherine Solomon and Trish Dunne)
And now the Web Bot project has measured the global temperature and predicts unusual movements of the moon brought on by Anomalies in the magnetosphere could cause sever coastal disruptions. Sea level countries may experience the worst catastrophies.
The Web Bot also forecasted problems in 2009, The Web Bot foresee that the winter in the Northeast will be very cold, causing some schools to close, and then later to reopen as shelters for people who can’t heat their homes. Language suggests that the shortages will be caused by a lack of supplies, cost of fuel, or both.
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