As if the distraction box, also known as the television set, wasn’t bad enough; according to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, the future of entertainment will entail a Matrix-Like Hallucinogen pharmacological pill.
Coming soon to a screen near you is the virtual world, the false reality within reality itself. The technological evolution currently taking place, according to the World Economic Forum will not be focused on changing the tools of man but rather mankind itself. Such is called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and with the fourth industrial revolution; artificial intelligence, or Satan, is king.
However, according to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, depending on where technology goes in the near future – mankind could be presented with a matrix-like pill; one that he describes as a hallucinogen.
A matrix-like hallucinogen would devastate the very fabric of the users understanding of reality. Instead of the Virtual Reality, where the glasses could be taken off at any given time; the pharmacological matrix-like pill in reference, would, in essence, create a high from entertainment. Plus according to Hastings, the only way to come down from the smart pill would be to take another smart pill.
Why go pharmacological?
Speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJD Live 2016, Hastings talked about better entertainment substitutes for movies and TV shows in the future. One of these might come in a pill. According to Hasting’s, the only competitors of Netflix are things that take the viewer away from the screen, such as reality.
The future of the entertainment industry is largely screen based, but according to Hastings, the real challenge of the future is to figure out what will take back the viewers attention.
“In twenty or fifty years, taking a personalized blue pill you just hallucinate in an entertaining way and then a white pill brings you back to normality is perfectly viable.” It’s an idea straight out of The Matrix and, more recently, featured in a video game called Watch Dogs.
“And if the source of human entertainment in thirty or forty years is pharmacological we’ll be in real trouble,” said a not-so-chill Netflix boss.
An immersive experience which will undoubtedly and gravely cross the lines between reality and the deceptive virtual world, would have devastating impacts on the users mental health. Not to mention, the user would never have a chance to grasp the truth, and would easily become addicted to said pill.
But wait, aren’t these predictions far-fetched?
Actually no, the idea that contemporary entertainment sources are being challenged by technologies like augmented and virtual realities (AR/VR) is already happening, it is well within reach of the new world technology to go pharmacological.
The truth is, the future of entertainment is without screens, and the box that used to house the television will soon be placed into the users head. The methods range from brain implants to pharmacological methods.
The fourth industrial revolution, which encompasses all means of new technologies, will radically reshape humanity. The purpose of said pill would gravely impact future generations to the extent that mankind can not come back from. The coming technology, which will unveil itself over the course of the next few years, will all be used to distract the user from reality further, this would allow the globalists and elitists to reshape the world to their benefit and without resistance totally.
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In conclusion, the agenda is clear, distract and impact. According to the Netflix CEO, their only competitor is what distracts the user from viewing content. Now, according to Hastings, Big Pharma will soon jump on board to further sink the ship that once was the understanding of reality, all by the methodology of addicting the user to the distraction in pill form.