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ZetaTalk: Bill Gates
Note: written Sep 15, 1996. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.
Speculation on Bill Gates runs rampant, as he is an inordinately successful man. Though naturally endowed with outstanding intelligence and coming from a family
with financial resources and connections, he has skyrocketed to heights unusual even for those with these advantages. Becoming the richest man in the world in the
years leading into the millennium, he also has achieved a power position as the leader of Microsoft, the dominant personal computer software. Speculation runs the
gamut - that he is the AntiChrist, that he is going to be president or even rule the world, that he is a savior of some kind. None of this is true, but the situation does
warrant watching for several reasons.
- Computers will become an increasingly important factor in linking the world into a communications network. Today, satellites are central to this linking,
replacing an expensive lattice of lines spread over land and along sea beds. But as the 12th Planet approaches and magnetic confusion increases, these
satellites will begin to mis-perform. Satellites use magnets for alignment of their internal mechanisms, and if pointing in wrong directions, communications are
halted. What good is a message intended for the Earth's surface when it is sent into outer space? A lattice of computer controlled communication dishes
along the surface of the Earth and bounced along by ships positioned in the oceans will replace today's overweening reliance on satellites.
- Internet access is moving into the average home, with the advent of new technology that allows the TV to act as a web browser. Thus, when recovering from
a disaster such as the coming pole shift, it is conceivable that this route will be used by the government, should it survive, to address the nation. Certainly
those parts of the government planning to survive are looking to such a solution. Technology that is dominant in the average household could then with the
addition of a single new product link communities across a nation. Thus members in the government have reason to desire dominance in the personal
computer arena, and to pave the way for this to occur.
Where the above points sound like solutions, if in the wrong hands they can become a tool for domination and control. Any network should have more than one
support system, and this is the point to watch and guard against. What is the backup should the software from Microsoft fail?
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