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PostSubject: Article 12/10/10: Corporate Mind Games   Article 12/10/10: Corporate Mind Games EmptyTue Oct 12, 2010 2:15 pm

Figured I would start us off. I found this article to be written in a way that presented the information through scare tactics and whispered secrets. Firstly, why bring up the CIA??? The worlds darkest and worst nightmare filled organization? Because if they are playing with this tech, then it must be real and effective. In my opinion, hardly. It's just one more way to scare us into behavioral regularity, something an evolving civilization is not ready for. Also, on a personal note, I'm not sure I want my employer to be guessing when and why I am going to quit. Due to the laws of physics and the principles of chaos, it should be impossible, since anything could happen that might change who I am or how I regard my own situation.
However, right at the end, they (writers of the article) state that the stock analists were atempting the very same thing, and were shown the realistic efffects of guessing the future. I don't think it is something that people should be playing with, because the future, like anything else, changes after the first time you look at it.
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