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The famous John Baldessari mural in La Jolla, CA with a few additions that pose the question:
How do those lines in the sky affect us?

 

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Now see the whole picture!  Brain Cloud by John Baldessari against the real Southern California sky:

John Baldessari mural La Jolla CA

The "clouds" over the ocean are not natural, yet by now we are used to seeing them.  It all begins with those lines in the sky ...

 


E.M. Forster, famous British author (A Passage to India), wrote a futuristic short story which is recorded below:

Published in 1909, this science fiction short story takes place in a future where mankind, seemingly no longer able to survive on earth's surface, exists in a vast underground civilization known as "The Machine". Each individual lives in an isolated, fully-automated cell-like room, connected to global information and communication systems, but cut off from all direct experience. The narrative focuses on Vashti, an "advanced" mother whose total dependence upon The Machine has led her (like most others) to increasingly reverence and even worship it; and her "untechnological" son, Kuno, who has begun to deny The Machine's omnipotence and even seeks to escape if possible. The story has proved to be far ahead of its time, with remarkably accurate predictions of modern technologies, and paints a chilling picture of over-dependence on them. (pdf available here)