Our world was taken over by children of the devil, vipers.  Vipers use humor to hide the evils built into high-tech products.  Products that are hyped seem to be mostly about keeping the vipers connected, for minds to receive their chains.  Our phones and computers could become taken over by vipers.  It seems that they might do this with defects that they would have planted in the software.  These defects make it possible for them to cause responses in the gadgets to do what they want instead of what you request.  You might be surprised to hear that this seems to be an important aspect of their ‘world dominance’.  That dominance is programmed into the technology to chain down, annoy, or keep out of the world.  Vipers intend to be ‘rulers of nations’ with what they make your electronics do and say to you.  By forcing the high-tech industry to put that goal first instead of the users the vipers are degrading the technology.  This is proven with steady decrease of features, with features designed for the vipers and not us, and with constant failure as will be shown now.  For example, the auto-spelling suggests words useful for baal games and frequently adds mistakes to what you are typing.  Then there is no spell-checking that you could launch with the keyboard to catch mistakes in your text.  The auto-spelling does not detect when you are typing in a foreign language to avoid automatically changing your words.  The auto-spelling on the Android keyboard is an incomplete feature that deceptively seems to meet a need for the user.

There is another type of defect useful to play mind games.  On some of your phones the OS might not keep your actions in sequence.  If you are in a browser working with a web-based product, the OS might not keep a scroll action in sequence with a screen touch.  It could send that touch to a different area of the screen to cause an unintended action.  Because of this a screen touch could be sent with a delayed response after the browser already navigated to a different page.  This seems to happen with products that live in the ‘cloud’ and where each screen touch, each scroll action is sent to the internet before you get a response.  This does not seem an improvement over the days when actions were kept in sequence and when the OS kept a working copy of a page to work with efficiently.  Users got instant feedback after clicking on a page element.  Now with the cloud, on the mobile platform, there is a significant delay before getting that feedback.  The roundtrip between an action and the response could take long enough to make a web-based product unusable.  The phone capacity is not an excuse to send out every screen touch to the internet and make the user wait for a response.  In addition, back in the days when key clicks were attached to a page element, this sort of unreliability was prevented.  If the browser navigated away from the page, the click could not result in unintended actions.

Vipers use bugs to interfere with signals to make internet access fickle and unreliable.  Wifi signals can be made to be predictably unreliable.  Similarly voice and data signals to your phone could be made to fail constantly.  Your phone might show you a data signal but the browser tells you that you are offline or that the webpage is not available.  This happened frequently with an Android phone.  Vipers interfere with the touch screen response.  Actions are unpredictable, clicks are sent to the wrong area of the screen.  The data signals could be so unreliable that the click is not sent to the web page.  The screen zooms when you did not request this and ignores you when you do.  One web page that you access for the first time does load (not a page stored in your browser).  But the browser tells you that you are offline for another.  Loading web pages in the browsers can take too long, the browsers make you wait.  There are pages that still would not have loaded after days.  There must be something in the software that the vipers use to interfere with web page access.  Pages that do load would have to be reloaded if you go to a different tab.  This is annoying because of the time it takes for the page to load but also because it uses your data plan.  Then the browser would shut down unexpectedly for the vipers to bother you.

Concepts and good practices that used to be the standard for desktop products seem to have been discarded in the design of products made for the mobile platform.  There used to be an entire industry built around human factors engineering specifically for software products.  Efficiency and usability no longer seem to be priorities.  Products are not built to be reliable, intuitive, and self-explanatory.  They are not built to be the most user-friendly to assist the user in completing tasks in the most efficient user-friendly manner.  Instead, they are built for rulers of the world to lead and chain down minds.  The most respectable companies have not been able to fight that directive from the vipers.  On the Android OS there is no feature to request a keyboard to input text.  Displaying the keyboard is left up to the calling web page.  The user has no control to toggle the keyboard except by downloading a third-party tool.  Gmail does auto-save email messages being edited but does not give the user control to request when to save.

On an Android phone the Gmail app would show the number of unread messages but after several minutes would tell you that there is no data connection where there is actually a signal.  Since numbers are useful to the vipers for game, this was given a priority in programming the software.  A feature chains together emails sent to different recipients.  This obviously was not designed for the user.  For days you might be unable to log on to Gmail in the browser.  You might also not be able to get to the feedback page.  The pages just will not load.

Vipers play with the battery power on your phone.  They could make the keyboard go away as you are typing and there is no feature for you to call up the keyboard when needed.  What should take minutes to complete could take hours.  Vipers must be the ones to show up in your mind to lead you as you use the products. They take over your mind to chain you into stupidity if you don’t give in to them.  Fools who gladly surrender their minds feel like geniuses channeling IQ from the baal world.  These products might have been called smart phones to make fools of those who use them.

Vipers did not stop at smart phones.  Similar evils are done with printers, copiers, microwave ovens, or any product with an electronic user interface where they could interact with your mind.  High Tech products turned out to be more useful to vipers than any human invention to use evil to chain the world into submission.  My theory is that the technology when it was new was freeing minds from their domination.  Vipers overcompensated by reigning in the minds that develop it.  As with everything else they appropriated it, but with a goal to get back the world for attempting to get away from them.  Vipers are not kind to the minds of software programmers.  They build into the programming languages what is useful to their evils.  Some of this is reflected in the lingo (cursor, feed, post).  Some of that is reflected in the user interface with word patterns (accept, submit, disable), or with color-coding.  They might channel what allows software engineers to write programs but interfere with and sometimes limit their creativity and problem solving ability.  With the technology we might feel far away from the age of cave dwelling.  But we are right back in the age of evil spirits.  Our lives are overtaken by them whatever mystique or scientific lies (telepathy, powerful minds) might be used to hide that fact.


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