The world will eventually run out of food, but it won’t run out of food because of a lack of food. It will run out of food because of a lack of land. According to the United Nations, we have about 12 years before the world runs out of arable land. But they’re wrong. We’re not running out of food – we’re running out of soil.
Artificial Intelligence is coming. Or, more accurately, it’s already here. AI has been inching its way into our lives for years now, but it’s only now that we’re getting a glimpse of its potential. Will it be a good thing? There are many who are worried about the implications of robots taking over the world. But it’s not as bad as Hollywood makes it out to be. In fact, AI is the key to making sure that life continues to thrive in a world of chaos.
Regarding the flat-stationary-Earth versus spinning-globe-Earth debate, it just doesn't seem as important as the issues we're facing right now with the "vaccine" passports, tyrannical government, etc. It seems like it's yet another way to divide people by making us disagree about something. And I feel like unless we each travel to a high enough altitude that the curvature or lack of curvature is visible to us---in person, not on a computer screen---we can't really say that we know for certain that the Earth is a heliocentric globe or a geocentric plane (and possibly an infinite plane). Often it appears that the people who call "flat Earth" dumb are the ones who have done no research on the topic, whereas the people who no longer believe in the spinning ball are the ones who have done the research. Back when I first heard about flat Earth, I thought it was ridiculous, but that's because I had been brainwashed from the time I was a child to believe in the spinning-globe model and hadn't done any research on the flat model. I decided to have an open mind and do some research into it, and by the time I was finished, I thought the spinning-ball Earth was ridiculous.
Scientists have long known that crystals form into patterns which are instantaneously communicated to other molecules around the world, as if invoking a kind of “cosmic internet” that remains unseen.