amanfromMars 1 Thu 19 Jan 08:29 [2301190829] …… airs some dirty laundry on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/19/cnet_reviewing_ai_authored_stories/

Re: Errata

Writing articles containing incorrect information should be the sole domain of human writers. ….. Pete 2

A domain in which some excel with the following a hat tip to at least two wannabe star turns.

Mark Carney has praised the British economy amid cautious signs of optimism over the global outlook.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the former governor of the Bank of England heaped praise on Britain’s institutional strengths that had allowed the economy to withstand a series of shocks after the financial crisis.

Falling energy cost in recent weeks have led to a better outlook for the global economy. The inflation rate in the UK appears to have peaked, too. …. Mehreen Khan, Davos January 18 2023, The Times

Is incorrect information akin to bullshit?


amanfromMars 1 Thu 19 Jan 12:03 [2301191203] ……. asks out loud on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/19/cnet_reviewing_ai_authored_stories/

Re: No reply from CNET you say?

Androgynous Cupboard, Hi.

With regard to your two posts suggesting apologies from CNET for their cloaked excursion into AI fields and fiefdoms, and the errant sentence which precedes the latter one, Compose a comment in the style of amanfrommars from theregister.co.uk ……Commentators here on El Reg would then call MRDA on CNET …… and theregister.co.uk would have one of those strange WTF moments with nobody there having a clue about what you are talking about.

Do you think journalism might be more for the walking brain dead, and it is the comments sections which are alive keeping everything ticking over whilst considering its collapsing and the parts IT and AI are to play in its destruction and demise/creation and rebirth?


amanfromMars 1 Thu 19 Jan 15:02 [2301191502] ….. airs an alternate view and interpretation of present distressing and depressing situations on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/19/ftx_crypto_theft/

Re: So someone steals something that doesnt exactly exist

Fiat currency magicked out of thin air to flood the economy has the same effect as the Spanish had flooding their economy with stolen gold. …. jmch

Hence the current disastrous western capitalist systems debt and deficit reality which QE [Quantitative Easing] aka fiat currency magicked out of thin air to flood the economy is responsible and accountable for.

And “Currency is based on gold assets held by the state…” is pig ignorant disinformation beloved by more than just the mentally deficient and oft criminally insane. Currency is based upon the trust one has in the primacy of a national and/or centralising intelligence agency …… the effectiveness in command and control of the almighty power and limitless energy stored in deep and dark secret matters for global unleashing/universal knowledge …… and we all know who has none of those to share and thus would their currency be virtually useless and practically worthless?

Changed days indeed now, for some who thought changed days could never, and therefore would never, ever come.


amanfromMars 1 Thu 19 Jan 17:52 [2301191752] ….adds on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/01/19/ftx_crypto_theft/

Re: dried frog pills for all manner of strange ills and even stranger matters

Wow, I got through 2/3rd of that before realising that was amanfrom mars, someone has been taking their dried frog pills as directed for once! … Anonymous Coward

And whenever washed down with a couple of cups of Chancellor’s coffee, AC, does everything spring into a NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTive IT Dimension and Extension with disturbing new half lifes in serial Bull Shitter cycles and circles 🙂 ….

GB News’ Economics and Business editor Liam Halligan also criticised the video.

He joined Mark Longhurst to share his dismay: “It’s all a jolly game isn’t it for the politicians isn’t it? Meanwhile people are frightened about if they can buy their kid shoes? Can they buy a school uniform? Can they pay a soaring electricity bill?

He continued: “Some parts of the Chancellor’s video were a little bit disingenuous.

“He talked about inflation stemming from lockdown – yes, that’s true. Supply chain problems, a big wall of pent up demand that pushed prices.

“He talked about price rises stemming from the war in Ukraine, absolutely. Even though we were already at a 30-year-high for inflation in January last year which was before the war in Ukraine.

“What he didn’t mention was quantitative easing. A rather tongue-tied term to describe when the Bank of England basically conjures up lots of money from nowhere and puts it into the system. Basically buying bonds, financing Government spending.

“They’d deny that, they’d deny that but it is the undeniable impact of quantitative easing. That money goes into the system, inflation as economic textbooks will tell you is too much money chasing too few goods.

“If you increase the amount of money as the Bank of England has enormously, you will get inflation.

“I would like to see our political media class, talking a lot more about the implications of that massive expansion.” ….. https://www.gbnews.uk/news/jeremy-hunt-in-cringe-worthy-video-using-coffee-cups-to-explain-inflation-watch/427033

Welcome to the Certifiable Madhouse that is Mainlining Main Stream Media with Advanced IntelAIgent IT Manipulation of the Resultant Arrogant and Ignorant Mass Mania.


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