The channel dives deep into close ups of the surface, initially declaring that there is 'clearly' an ape hominid skull among other items including a space helmet (which suspiciously looks like a rock). Channels like this reject debunking and dismissals of their findings as Pareidolia, and use markers and other techniques to persuade viewers that what they're looking at is indeed the remains of an ancient civilisation that once walked the red planet...
But if that's not wild enough, Clif High decided to take things up a notch, declaring on twitter that he has seen more than the mere remnants of apes in the images, but living bees buzzing over the dunes.
Although, Clif later disappointed his followers later saying that he now believes the bees were actually artefacts produced by the stitched gigapan images.
Regardless, some of these wild assertions make the famous 'face on Mars' theory look tame and needless to say, there is no basis of truth in these 'discoveries'.
Gaia was founded in 1988 in Boulder Colorado by Jirka Rysavy. It’s move into the modern media era was set in motion in 2005 when it acquired assets of GoodTimes Entertainment and Jetlag productions and in 2007 Lime TV and Zaadz, players in the new age arena featuring mainly yoga, meditation and healthy living content.
The success of Cosmic Disclosure with David Wilcock and Corey Goode under the content direction of Jay Weidner pushed Gaia’s content out into the woosphere, reaching the limits of conspiracy fringe.
Out-there testimonies and experiences are one thing, but Gaia has most definitely followed the trend of all modern media, editing their content to suit analytics - not solely in the best interest of the audience. Generally we see this in the mainstream media as sensationalized articles, or biases that reflect socially acceptable views on partisan issues, fracturing brands in certain directions.
For Gaia, I see a trend beyond Cosmic Disclosure where the company could have returned to its core recipe of spirituality & well-being but chose to dive deeper into dangerous elements of deep conspiracies.
The question as far as editorial direction should be at some point, where is the line in the sand for the ethical choice of discerning fact and science fiction.
If the company didn’t already cross that line with Cosmic Disclosure, perhaps presenting and relentlessly advertising fantastical cosmic episodes as factual truths. What do you think?
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I was browsing reddit when I came across this post
here is an excerpt
There is a website called SCPwiki, http://www.scpwiki.com
where since over 20 years now different writers from every where have been contributing to, with SCIENCE FICTION stories, plot ideas, it’s openly stated that all stories (or entries) are sci-fi written by amateur sci-fi writers, there are forums there where people offer changes or improvements to submitted stories, and the writers do take the Implementations and resubmit stories to get a higher rank from readers. The entire storyline of all entries and submissions are shout anomalies and a purely fictional world wide foundation called “SCP” foundation that tries to contain and sometimes use these anomalies to benefit humanity and of course this is all so secretly bring done, since the normality of society is their first priority,. Again this is all a collection of pure science fiction stories, that are online, they are all GNU licensed and every one can use this site an “theme pool” for movies, shows,.... there has been movies written directly on the basis of SCP stories,. I follow Mr. Wilcock for a couple of years now, he used to be a spiritual guy,....... but ever since he introduced Mr. Goode and the entire sphere being story, I got alert,.
The majority of “briefings” or “disclosures” Mr. Wilcock has been updating on his site are unfortunately “copies” of various SCP entries, that certainly predate the time line Mr. Wilcock published them as “secret space briefings”.
The website is a compendium of amateur stories set within a loose mythology and framework, I have tried searching through the site using the search function but so far it has proven hard to pin down
The post goes on to say in the comment section
"Sure just look up blue (metslic) spheres in SCP, global occult coalition, and in particular the Marshal cartel and dark as well as church of the broken god in the SCP database, the description Wilcock did of his purely made up “secret government” is the exact match with these. As I said Wilcock did copy and mix a lot of parts of a lot of stories to make this thing up,. I have paid actually lawyers to investigate this and soon there is trial,.
Wilcock also uses statements and phrases in his videos and shows that are the same as phrases in use in the scp stories,. That’s gonna be acceptable in court,."
It’s not the matter of that, it’s a guy that made money from mixing copies of open access sci-fi stories to present another guy who used to be as poor as homeless people and about to divorce his wife, into a cosmic whistleblower! This is actually legally pursuable and is being done! They sell books, comics, conference tickets, shows,.....
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Twitter will ban users who spread misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic and covid-19 vaccines under a new five-strike system, according to a new blog post from the social media company. Twitter bans all medical information that’s “demonstrably false or misleading and may lead to significant risk of harm.”
“Through the use of the strike system, we hope to educate people on why certain content breaks our rules so they have the opportunity to further consider their behavior and their impact on the public conversation,” Twitter’s Safety Team wrote on Monday.
“Individuals will be notified directly when a label or required Tweet removal results in additional account-level enforcement. Repeated violations of the COVID-19 policy are enforced against on the basis of the number of strikes an account has accrued for violations of the policy,” the blog post continued.
Twitter’s five-strike policy will be enforced starting today, as the company explains:
- One strike: no account-level action
- Two strikes: 12-hour account lock
- Three strikes: 12-hour account lock
- Four strikes: 7-day account lock
- Five or more strikes: permanent suspension
Twitter’s new five-strike policy comes after the company announced in December that it would be taking new actions to “protect the public conversation” around covid-19, a disease that has infected over 28.6 million Americans and killed more than 516,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.