Break What’s Fake.

To understand the implications of what this means we first have to define what is fake. I’m sure we all have a pretty good idea, and if you’re reading this I assume you and I have a pretty similar view on what is fake. There’s far too much in the world these days that is fake. Fake food, fake people, fake information, fake products, fake… I hardly know what’s real anymore!

Could you imagine if everyone destroyed what they figured to be fake? The world would be in utter chaos! The world would probably fall apart! Which leads me to believe that the world is held together by what is fake. Falseness is keeping our world together. Is that a bad thing? I’m not sure, I just know it is, and if it is to change (for better or worse) we must break what is fake.

The image is Jules from Hanson Robotics, you should check it out. It’s the creepiest example of how the world is continually becoming more and more fake. Check it out.

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