When looking at the possibility of Hetlau we have found the EARTH methodology and wormation effective tools in trying to understand what their ETA is designed to look and function like here on Earth. One of the easiest things to see yet most difficult to comprehend is the possibility of the concept of Mind Control. When EA hear that term they immediately think of the sci-fi image of beams of energy being projected into someones head to place them under mind control.
Mind Control Image
The possibility of mind control is actually a lot easier than it sounds. The problem is when the subject is non-complicit it can get quite messy. The first thing to see is using wormation where the word mind control appears on Earth. If we look at the word Government:GOVERNMENTGOVERN = TO CONTROLMENT = MENTAL = MINDGOVERNMENT = MIND CONTROLSo you can see how the possibility exists the word Government can easily be translated into mind control. The more difficult part is trying to understand how the possibility exists that the Government is mind controlling the public.The key is to first realize the possibility you can have two types of mind control.
Active Mind Control
Passive Mind Control
The possibility of active mind control is the one most people are familiar with. Slavery is probably the easiest example to give of it. The key to active mind control is force is going to be used to motivate the subject to comply with the desired demands. The subject is given two choices: either perform the desired tasks or face physical and/or psychological punishment which usually involves some sort of pain. The pain is usually enough motivation to control the subject's mind and/or decision making process and get them to perform the tasks without further resistance. Thus the subject is under active mind control. The possibility of passive mind control is much more subjective and difficult to discern. Basically, passive mind control uses physical or psychological methods to motivate the subject and there is usually pleasure, not pain, as a reward for completing desired demands. The reason it is so subjective is unlike active mind control, most times the subject is unaware they are completing any desired demands and therefore do not think they are under mind control.To see the possibility of mind control and how the government would be behind it, you have to look at a spectrum and measure everything from the ends of the spectrum. So if the ends of the spectrum are pain and pleasure you can then look at the options the Government gives you and see the possibility of the mind control realm. The possibility then exists that depending on how much the government wants to achieve, they employ a risk-reward strategy as to how much freedom they are willing to give the subjects in order to try to accomplish as many goals as possible. Note free subjects tend to accomplish more than imprisoned subjects. They feel the freedom is a form of pleasure and are willing to voluntarily accomplish more than subjects who are imprisoned either physically such as being in jail or psychologically such as being in more restrictive governments such as socialism or communism.The risk is that by giving the subjects too much freedom in order to achieve more goals, the subjects may just choose to do nothing as it's their right since they are free and/or they may decide they don't like their freedom for whatever reason and choose to revolt. So the government that risks more to achieve more may risk their system as well.Back to the spectrum concept. What it all boils down to is the possibility exists the subjects have two choices. They can live their lives under the social structure the government has provided for them and receive the benefits and/or pleasure depending on how they perceive it. An example of pleasure would be life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Fail to comply with the concept and risk imprisonment or death by use of force from the government which would be an example of pain.The possibility exists the only part the subjects (public) don't pick up on is the concept of their freedom is the passive portion of the mind control and as such they don't draw the connection of the use of force as the other side of the spectrum of the possibility of an active/passive mind control system being implemented right in front of them of which they are the subjects.The other concept that alludes them though not directly connected to the Government but still part of the possibility of the mind control scheme is the concept of free will. Most EA living in societies with governments who proclaim the subjects are free believe they have free will. What they don't understand is the concept of the extra terrestrial monkey in a cage.The extra terrestrial monkey in a cage concept uses the typical monkey you might find at a zoo. In the monkey's cage, in order to demonstrate the monkey has free will, they give him 196 bowls with different meals in them and allow the monkey to eat whichever bowl he wants. Then the zookeeper proclaims "see, the monkey has free will." Obviously to any EA the monkey does not have free will he is merely a pawn undergoing physical and psychological suffering as he is being held in a cage for the benefit of the zookeeper.
Move over Syfy channel, Netflix is moving at light speed. For science fiction fans, Netflix is a destination point for great content. Whether you are watching your favorite film for the 100th time or looking for something new to binge watch, Netflix has an enormous pool of sci-fi movies and TV shows to choose from. Netflix is incredibly popular with the demanding sci-fi fanbase. Boasting a wide selection of science fiction oldies, cult favorites, and new picks, Netflix takes you down a deep rabbit hole. After the introduction of original content, Netflix firmly established itself both as studio and distributor. Sense8 took original science fiction programming to a new level, and the BBC's Black Mirror gave the millennials their own version of The Twilight Zone. The list is sure to generate debate amongst die hard sci-fi fans.
One day we will clone a woolly mammoth. A discovered gene that kept mammoths warm in their arctic habitat could be the answer to cloning the animal today. Although there have been other clones such as Dolly the Sheep, the clone of a woolly mammoth is especially spectacular because it is an extinct animal that no human has ever come in contact with before. While it is unsure when the cloning will take place, it is inevitable. As with a great deal of science, it is derived by the pursuit of science fiction. Perhaps geneticists will one day turn to Hollywood to inspire them in their pursuit of genetic cloning in the best clone movies.
Everyone knows Halo and Call of Duty but they don’t get your creative juices flowing! We compiled a list of the most creative video games. These games are unique, and develop your creativity far more than other video games. Some of the games allow you to create anything you want, while other games just have a unique gameplay and plot.
Science fiction artist and illustrator Vincent Di Fate is a master of unseen worlds. With each illustration depicting a voyage of the imagination, Di Fate skillfully crafts the worlds of tomorrow with the ideas of the future. From space adventures to futuristic creatures, artificial intelligence, and extraterrestrial invasions, Hugo Award-winner Vincent Di Fate has advanced the realms of science fiction, fantasy, and art through his many achievements.
Genetic modification is the foundation of evolution. All species change and are altered because the planet is exposed to radiation. Radiation causes DNA to break down; the damage is repaired and is often followed by mutation. This mutation is what creates variety in individual species and the world as a whole. Genetic modification movies have reached across all sub-genres including comedy, horror, thriller, and mystery; but they will always belong under the heading of science fiction. Science is not at the same level that is portrayed in these films, giving them a somewhat magical element that viewers are more than ready to embrace. From Sharktopus to X-Men, here are our top genetic modification movies.
James Randi is a skeptic, well known for challenges to paranormal claims, false invention, religious claims and the pseudosciences. Randi started as a magician stage named "The Amazing Randi", he retired to devote his time to investigating the occult, and other supernatural claims. Randi became famous in 1972 when he openly questioned the claims of Uri Geller. He said Geller used plain magic tricks to accomplish his allegedly supernatural feats. Randi wrote about his claims in The Truth About Uri Geller one of a number of great books on debunking charlatans.