As long as we control the power, we can turn them off.
I remember an episode of "NCIS," where Abby and McGee were working on a computer and some kind of virus was opening hundreds of windows and deleting stuff. They were in a tizzy trying to type stuff to make it stop. Gibbs walked around back of the computer and pulled out the power cord. That stopped it. Almost a jaw drop for Abby and McGee.
I believe it's a lot of people with really bad memories. I am the opposite and remember almost everything. Occasionally, I check things and find that I'm correct. For example, I remember the local taxi phone number I learned back in 1959. A few years ago, I check to see what it was, and it was the same as what I remembered. I can remember anything I choose to, plus a ton of irrelevant trivia that just gets stashed in the memory banks. I know the words to thousands of commercials, tens of thousands of popular and country songs, and more.
Also, a lot of people are easily influenced by suggestion. You quote one of these made up things, and they say "Oh I thought that too." But they probably didn't until that very moment.
Jif peanut butter has always been Jif, never Jiffy. The TV ad said "Choosy mothers choose Jif." Skippy is the one ending in "y."
Mandela never died a long time ago. He just wasn't in the TV headlines for a few years, so some people just assumed he was gone and were surprised when he died later.
BTW, as an example, Dick Van Dyke is still alive, so don't be surprised when you hear of him dying in a year or so. He looks pretty good, but he recently plowed his car into a wall.
So far, what I've seen of quantum computers is that they are almost the size of tube type lame computers from the 50s. Refrigeration is the biggest part of them. They have a ways to go yet.
I remember four, because there were four, JFK, Jackie, Gov. Connally of TX, and the governor's wife. I saw them. The governor was hit as well. That presidential limo has fold down seats for two extra occupants, which is where the Connally's were sitting. I know what I saw at the time.
Before 1913, the federal government did just fine with tariffs and a few other things that us peons probably never worried about. 95% of the federal government is unconstitutional, so it could operate on a whole lot less.
SS, etc. are unconstitutional anyway and should be abolished. With no income tax, people will have more money to support the elderly and the unfortunate in other ways. Also, it will be easier for a worker to save enough to support themselves a bit when they're too old to work. If work is not like a prison, more people will love their jobs enough to work until they can't. I know an attorney who is well off. He worked every day well into his 80s because he loved his job.
The data tapes exist, but NASA no longer had the computer equipment to read them. Somebody had equipment, and a group bought an abandoned McDonald's and set up shop with the equipment to copy the tapes, process them, and retrieve usable data.
Every big news story back then had a pamphlet written about it or a recording made about it.
Here's information about this crime and the hangings:
His great-grandfather was Nicola DeSantis, who was born March 12, 1898 in Cansano, Abruzzo, Italy. He was an immigrant to Pennsylvania.
Ron's grandmother's father was also born in Italy.
So Ron does have Italian ancestry.
I have seen this all the way back to when jet airliners were rare. There were zero before I was born. So nothing to do with "chem trails." It's ice crystals way up high.
I like how so many younger people there are, who see uncommon things in the sky and think they've never happened before. So many people ignore the sky most of the time, and then they're surprised when they see it.
If not for doxxing, I could help, as I'm an expert and have been working on genealogy for over 50 years. Do you know your birth parents? If not, you might find some connections by getting a DNA test. Ancestry connects to more people. Others connect their results to Gedmatch for comparisons. If you were male, Y-DNA would help even more. I hope you find what you're looking for.
If you're into that kind of thing, I have some interesting books in my library that you might want to find and read.
One is "The Holy Place" by Henry Lincoln from 1991. A lot of what it covers is the geometry connecting a lot of French villages.
Another is "The Templars' Secret Island: The Knights, the Priest and the Treasure" by Erling Haagensen and Henry Lincoln from 2000. It talks about an island and the geometry of church locations there.
Henry Lincoln was one of the authors of "Holy Blood, Holy Grail." I have been through that book, which is fascinating, but I have found a number of provably incorrect assertions, especially in the genealogy charts. As a genealogist, I went through those with a fine tooth comb.
I have a whole shelf of books in that vein. BTW, everyone should have a personal library of real books of all kinds, but more of your favorite types.
It was tried back in the 80s, and those guys went bust. I sold a handful of change I'd swapped out of the cash register and a class ring I'd found, and I got about $250. For junk silver, they were paying 20 times face value, so a dime sold for $2, which is less than the current price of silver. I wish I still had that silver, but it was an offer I couldn't refuse at the time.
I tried another AI that was an offshoot that could access the internet. I asked it to find a number of things that I knew were out there, but it couldn't find what I wanted. So it just made up something. It still needs a lot of work.