Twitter Thread Questioning Blockchain, The Spatial Web, and Digital Health

While more people are starting to talk about geo-fencing and medical passports, not enough grasp how blockchain identity and digital currency will interface with social impact investing to create an augmented reality prison-planet structure to profit the global elite. Their transhumanist “game” intends to harvest natural life forces as data in a misguided quest to trigger the singularity and turn us into cyborgs. The inability of people active in the blockchain space to engage on the topic of the spatial web and the environmental and psychic costs associated with the roll out of Internet of Bodies and the 5/6G infrastructure that will fuel it continues to be a source of frustration for me. I know I need to be more patient as everyone gets up to speed; but please, I’m asking folks to put in some serious time so you, too, can understand their game.

Below are excerpts from two documents put out by The Institute for the Futures’ Blockchain Futures Lab in 2016 and 2017. This organization was spun out of RAND in the late 1960s. The first document is an infographic positioned as  a ten year blockchain map for the years 2017 to 2027. The second is a white paper submitted as part of a Blockchain Healthcare Ideation Challenge for Medicaid hosted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in partnership with the Chamber of Digital Commerce. I hope the commentary I provide in the tweets that follow will spark some questions in your mind about blockchain and what role, if any, it should play in our quest to maintain bodily autonomy, personal agency, communal care, and to strive to heal the planet and mend our social relations.

I have spoken on the topic of augmented reality in several interviews: a three-hour webinar with Joseph Gonzalez, an hour interview with Tom Cowan, and another one-hour program with Bonnie Faulker of Guns and Butter (audio only).




Short Story – The Domestic Front, Van Diamondfinger, Oxford American Summer of 2017








8 thoughts on “Twitter Thread Questioning Blockchain, The Spatial Web, and Digital Health

  1. Joel Walbert says:

    Had always felt there was something suspicious about block chain, although could never quite put a finger on it and thought I may have just been paranoid for no reason. Good to learn my suspicions were not mere paranoia.

    Block chain will only chain us to the auction block of global slavery.

  2. Skeye says:

    Awesome Alison, and timely, just recently talked with a friend who had been being advised from someone to invest in bitcoin, I already shared writing compilations of my own on the subject, and your recent ‘Deep Dive’ interview, but this is a great breakdown and good addition to the conversation.

  3. patriotmongoose says:

    Don’t forget blockchain voting. Found a group called National Cybersecurity Center. Started by that Hickenlooper fellow in 2016. Partnered with ID2020 in 2020 (I’m assuming as that’s when the article was dated). Also NCSC is partnered with a colorado smart city group (this isn’t the only Smart Health Pass tied group tied to smart cities, I found another one that was tied to Europe’s smart cities.) And on the board of NCSC is a group called Voatz, which I’d found tied to blockchain voting in Utah County, UT in 2020.

    Anyway, this former colorado governor and NCSC guy is now a US Senator pushing for the For the People Act, which, among other things, I think creates a national cybersecurity task force for elections or something.

    Also, this Voatz thing, if I recall correctly, unless it was just the app that did it, also takes fingerprints, I think to help verify ID.

    So my concern, already voiced in November 2020, of this Voatz and other things being the gateway to blockchain voting and more things on the ledger is even more heightened after finding out these bits of news.

    We need to take a closer look at the For the People Act.

  4. davidlamb9 says:

    Sorry to point this out, but it’s impossible that there will be any “white hats” implementing this. Enlightened people would have nothing to do with disempowering others and controlling their lives, regardless of stated intent. This plan is multiplying the immorality of coercive government by an order of magnitude. Finally, the soulless psychopaths have completely taken over all of the power centers of society, globally.
    This impending reality seems inevitable, because naturally it is the mentally ill, trapped in aggressive personalities, who seek power most, while those who’ve healed and connected with deeper humanness will not compete for power and will not participate in coercion. The much-touted ideas of “benevolent rulers” are fiction; an oxymoron. Thus, there’s no political solution in a coercive system, because every candidate will be a petty tyrant of one type or another. This system cannot reform or reign in itself. It’s a runaway train of fake beingness, a uninhibited indulgence of fear-based, manipulating, power-seeking personalities.
    Humanity is really in trouble, and the tyrants are working on locking every exit and keeping us apart so we cannot plan a defense. Clearly, they are not going to make their prison voluntary, and they are not going to allow a competing, free system anywhere.
    The soulful warriors must come together and exit the system while we still can. This is a split in human evolution, and everyone will have to choose.

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