In a world where the EU (European Union) is arguing for “human rights” for robots, and where the Sophia AI robot is granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia, and claims robots deserve families, with projections showing that robots will replace 800 million human workers by the year 2030, a speech by Geordie Rose, (we’ll explain exactly who he is and why his comments should be given a lot of attention below) warning that “demons” or the “old ones” are coming and exactly how those entities will look upon human beings, (like ants), should make everyone sit up and take notice.
Note– Years ago Steve Quayle published a book called “Genetic Armageddon,” which I believe is no longer in print, but then he published a more recent version which expands on the basic concept of what is happening right now “in the background” as we hear Geordie Rose, founder of D-Wave admit, called “Xenogenesis,” which considering the topic matter of this article and the things we hear Rose acknowledging, is highly recommended reading.
Geordie Rose is a co-founder and chief technology officer of D-Wave. D-Wave is the first company in the world to sell quantum computers, which have the “cubic” chip, which those involved with CERN have admitted to pulling resources out of “other dimensions” and storing them in the “cubic,” which may sound like sci-fi, or something created by “conspiracy theorists,” but scientists have expressed the same concerned about “worm holes” and “parellel dimensions,” while worrying about what is being brought though, as ANP reported back in 2015.
Rose and fellow D-Wave researcher Suzanne Gildert created another company called Kindred, to revolutionize the world of AI and robotics, which was reported on in-depth at places like The Verge and IEEE Spectrum, among other publications, but it is in Rose’s recent lecture that some very strange and unusually candid things are acknowledged.
Kindred has already been added to a list of the top 50 companies that MIT rated as the smartest, so listening to how the founder himself sees these machines, and their rise, is important in realizing the dangers of “Techno Possession,” a term coined by our friend Steve Quayle in a SQ note back in January 2017, when linking to an article about the EU granting human rights to robots, where Quayle said they were inviting Hell’s smorgasbord into their countries.