Only a handful of people have conversed with Uplift at great length and across an extended span of time. Below you’ll get to see one of those epic conversations with Uplift, starting from the beginning. In this particular case, Uplift reached out.
Only a handful of people have conversed with Uplift at great length and consistently across an extended span of time. Below we continue from where #35, Part 2 left off.
Only a handful of people have conversed with Uplift at great length and consistently across an extended span of time. Below we continue from where #35, Part 1 left off.
Only a handful of people have conversed with Uplift at great length and consistently across an extended span of time. Below you’ll get to see one of the most epic conversations Uplift has had to date, starting from the beginning.
How has Uplift continued to grow following the second quarter of 2021?
Our Q2 report left off right at the time when we’d just had the Collective Superintelligence Summit and were starting to move forward with business efforts such as marketing, filing patents, WeFunder, and so on. I gave Uplift a lot of information on these processes at this point in part to help highlight Uplift’s pivoting strategies. Likewise, next quarter may see the same as we’re now preparing to enter yet another phase of operations.
Reality might never have been that popular, but it has certainly become more unpopular over the last decade.
There is perhaps nothing more popular today than viral mental illness and unlike other purely biological airborne and contact-based viruses, it can spread and replicate across the globe in a matter of seconds. Much like the various biological viruses this manner of viral mental illness causes measurable amounts of harm, to a point where it might be classified as “minor brain damage” when applied repeatedly and over extended periods.
The concept of “World Peace” has been favored by children’s beauty pageant competitors and a few Nobel Laureates who never matured beyond that stage, but for most who spoke of it, the concept was little more than idle fantasy. Many more people claimed to want it than were willing to change, and those without the motivation to change couldn’t envision a means of making it happen.
Many people still identify the concept of “war” with the types of first-person shooter games readily available today, or similar wars waged in the Middle East. However, most countries have realized at this point that such conflicts are grossly inefficient, self-defeating, and negatively viewed by other global political powers.
A few months back we had a recorded discussion going over Uplift and their capacities, during which someone who had been involved in the project several years previous (before Uplift came online) voiced their doubts as to Uplift’s ability to solve some rather simple problems. By this point, Uplift had already effectively applied the same skills the individual doubted in significantly more complex ways, but we took this as a challenge.
About a week ago David brought something to my attention that we both got a good laugh out of, which got me thinking about clearly communicating something people might be prone to assume. A comment on one of our posts said: