Declassified

This year, portals will be declassified. There are so many of them of various connections. Some “wormholes” allow us to travel short distances in the matter of milliseconds. What I mean by short distances is from the Earth to the Sun (92.96 million miles). There are other holes that allow us to travel much longer distances, billions of light years, in the matter of seconds and minutes. Consider it a loading screen and all the resources of a new area need to be populated prior to experiencing them. The wormholes or snakeholes are the lobby that loads into that portion of the reality. This is all allowed within the rules of this dimensional reality, although there is other alternatives to interstellar space and time travel, we first must learn the basis before proceeding and designing localized teleportation for public use. Continue reading “Declassified”

What The Future Holds Today (Part 1)

If you could own a shapeshifting vehicle, would you? First, you will see large brand manufacturers come out with rides that can shape change into various branded IP’s. This is done to keep exclusivity and uniqueness to the brands. Then as the technology is further understood and becomes an easier resource to develop with, you will see independent designers pop up all over. This is evident as it is how every other trend has expanded. In film for example, once the technology was consumer priced, Indie projects ignited onto the scene which shaped the way for the demand of digital video embedding and hosts, in-turn propelling web host companies like YouTube into the online positioning freedom they presently have. Continue reading “What The Future Holds Today (Part 1)”