It might sound funny that a blogger/video maker that spends half of his life sitting in front of a computer to say “I HATE COMPUTERS” but I do! I know they help connect people and if used properly could help improve the lives of millions if not than billions of people around the world but I fucking hate them. And they will not be used to improve the lives of millions or billions of people around the world they will be used to oppress millions of people around the world instead.

 Our society is obsessed with technology and we have become dependent on computers and the internet disturbingly quickly. When I was 16 nobody was on the internet kids today could not imagine life or the world without the internet and I think that is kind of sad.

 But the internet is useful and I believe it is the main force of a huge mass awakening that has been building up over the last twenty years.

Computer enthusiasts piss me off though, it’s the language they speak, shit like; This one runs on Windows 10 has an Intel Core i3-6006U processor, delivering responsive power and smooth performance across essential everyday tasks. It has an 8 gigabyte ram with two processors capable of 2 gigahertz. What the fuck does that mean? I bet they don’t even know themselves. 

They literally get excited when talking about computer capabilities. I am not that impressed with computers are the “capabilities” they have. I think of it like this; if computers are so fucking smart why do they keep thinking we might be robots??

 Surely anybody with half a brain should be capable of realizing that the likelihood that a robot would be using my computer is pretty slim. In fact it’s never happened. Yet my computer keeps asking me to prove that I am not a robot.  

The smart phone generation will pay for its obsession.

Art created by Jacop Sempler

Living with teenagers can be a frustrating experience. I find many things about teenagers irritating but nothing irritates me more than the obsession many of them have with their smart phones. They sit looking at their smart phones so intensely for so long that you would think that they were reading a complex and scientific and spiritual explanation to the meaning of life. But they’re not they’re actually looking at pictures of their friends on Facebook, typing fake messages to people that they “don’t like” and crying out for attention and recognition among their equally as sad and pathetic friends.

I’m glad I am not part of this messed up, gadget obsessed generation and I fear for the future they have. Times and technology changes quickly I believe the next generation of parents could have more than irritating smart phones to content with. Virtual reality will take over and this generation of smart phone addicts will not be watching their children starring at their phones all day but they will potentially be watching their children wondering around in virtual worlds on the couch or in their bedrooms.

All sounds great until we consider that in the not too distant future we could plausibly have computers that hook up to our brain, this could make any interaction with users impossible as user sit appearing to be unconscious in their living room. Probably not that different to being around somebody that is constantly starring at their phones with hear phones but even more irritating I would say.

They won’t be watching on line porn they will be taking part in live online sex shows and shit and the poor parents will not be able to do shit about it as the weird slowly becomes normal. When is the time to stop or control dependence on technology? How long will it be before we are living in a virtual world and what would that do to the “real world?”

Dark Theory. Dark Science and Technology? Documentary by WOLVOMAN80

The fifth episode of Dark Theory by WOLVOMAN80 looks at Science and Technology MK ultra, Mind control, the Mandela effect, human cloning, Hollywood, Cern, Quantum Physics and more…

Check Dark Theory episodes 1 to 4 at my YouTube channel.


Technology is a great thing and advances in technology in modern years has been faster than any other known time in our history. Due to these fast moving and undeniable impressive advances many factors of our lives have been made easier. The camera, the telephone, washing machines, hoovers, radio, television and the car are just a few of many huge successes. These things were successful because they made our lives easier, later advances were mobile phones and computers.

Due to these “brilliant” technological advances we can now work one hundred of miles from where we live and we can be contacted 24 hours a day! We can take our work home with us using something as small as a USB and fit in a extra couple of hours on the weekends or holidays, we can meet women without leaving our house, we can keep in touch we family and friends without actually visiting them. All this sounds brilliant and it is brilliant sometimes, there is however a few little problems.

The trouble is; I don’t want to work one hundred miles away from home and I don’t want people calling me at midnight, I really do not want to take my work home for the weekends and holidays and meeting women online usually ends up meeting somebody that is ten years older than she is on her pic and ten stone heavier. As for keeping in touch with family and friends without visiting them, it is just nowhere near the same, although very useful at times.

The thing I have noticed about technology is; the more useful and advanced it becomes the more we rely on it, the more we rely on it the more we are enslaved by it. Much of our technology is build on exploitation in terms of labour (which is usually low paid jobs in bad conditions sometimes even child labour is used) and materials (which are stolen or bought for a very small fraction of its potential value again many victims are children.) Many people from poorer nations are currently paying the price for our reliance of technology but not just our reliance of technology but also our obsession with shit gadgets and gimmicks.

We are also paying a price for our reliance of technology, the price is not are severe as the price the people from the exploited nations are paying but it could and almost definitely will one day led to something pretty bad. The better technology becomes the more we are expected to do, we are already monitored, data-based and marketed too. They know our names, the names of our friends and families, where we live, what we watch, what we believe. They know your address, phone number, email, who you are messaging and what you buy, how much you get paid and how much you spend.

Where is that going to led? Cash could in the not to distant future be made obsolete and replaced by computerized money, this would make every transaction traceable but more disturbing is the fact it could potentially led to “activists, terrorists, criminals” and whoever else pisses the establishment off being victimized unfairly by authority figures and businesses.