I’ve spent my adult life in dread of it. These guys are awaiting it like hyperchristians awaiting the second coming. Or so it would appear. Actually, I didn’t spend a lot of time at their site because it’s so unreadable. One would think that techoidolators would at least make a passable attempt at using technology to promote their point of view. Oh well.
I only heard about this guy after my book was written, so he’s really not the model for Monty Meekman, the mad-scientist cartoon-villain of Acts of the Apostles. However it is odd (creepy?) that everything he does seems to have been done first by Monty.
And oddly enough I find a lot of what he has to say very compelling. Maybe I should check my brain frequencies. . . maybe I’m just one more happy Feynman Nine customer?
My friend Rick sends this link to a site that deals with UFOs and biblical prophecy. The section on the Mark of the Beast reminded me of Acts of the Apostles (the one I wrote, that is, not the earlier version by Luke. . .). Some good, wacky, scary stuff.
Well so this here is the new, bloggish, look to Wetmachine.com.
The idea is that our carefully selected board of wetmachiners will actually post interesting links and posts about the whole technosocial emergence. We’ll see how it goes.
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