nonhocapito » November 24th, 2016, 7:53 am wrote:He is in fact so rhetorical, so full of the alleged weight of his otherwise empty words, he reminds me almost as a superimposition, as a glove, of Zuckerberg. Despite the vocal alteration the manner of speaking feels almost identical. I wonder if behind the digital face this is not the same actor. The excessive rhetorical stress of almost every sentence is probably also a result of the fact that the actual actor on whom the digital face is fit is probably reading or has otherwise learned a text he hasn't written and hasn't thought about that much.
Anders » Today, 12:51 wrote:Alex Jones says Facebook was created by the CIA or something like that. I haven't looked into it, but it surely looks like a deliberately launched company by powers who know what they are doing.
pov603 » November 24th, 2016, 10:58 am wrote:@Anders
You have the idea that: '...Microsoft and Google have been started by IBM...' but state: '...Could Facebook also be an IBM creation? (you) don't know...'
Please let the forum know how or what you base the first assumption on and why it doesn't [seemingly] apply to the second part of your 'idea' above.
I haven't looked into Facebook, so I don't know about ...
Kham » November 26th, 2016, 11:25 pm wrote:I haven't looked into Facebook, so I don't know about ...
Anders, many of your posts contain the following phrase "I haven't look into __________, so I don't know about __________"
What if you first go research what you don't know, then come back to Clues Forum and enlighten us all. Why would I want to read your post if you first start out with a statement of your ignorance on the subject?
The danger with researching too much beforehand about a new subject is that it tends to lead the mind into a fixed mindset. That's the mistake done in mainstream academia. The students become parrots of what they learn.
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