Science Fiction v. Science Faction | Nexus 2019 And The End Of Humanity | Pop Culture Signaling The Robopocalypse Is Near?

Science Fiction |  a domain of the compartmentalization of human knowledge, whereby the “magick” of tomorrow is yet out of grasp and not possible today.

Science Faction | the reality that the science fiction of tomorrow is not only possible today, but that it has been implemented and is actively at play “behind the scenes”.  The purpose of shrouding this reality from the public is for the superclass to benefit from the exploited herd, with the ultimate end game in play to keep man from understanding the true possibility and destiny that is being revealed according to His plan.


#3 Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. (British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke formulated three adages that are known as Clarke’s three laws, of which the third law is the best known and most widely cited)


Mat 24:22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.

No flesh = Robopocalypse

Singularity Is Near

Will You Be Murdered By a Robot? – The Daily Beast

Blade Runner (1982) – IMDb                                                    


Blade Runner (1982, 19,11, 911)

Note: November etymology, “novem” meaning “nine”.  November though is currently the eleventh month.  So, we have another 911 marker.


Opening scene Blade Runner:

Early in the 21st Century, THE TYRELL CORPORATION advanced robot evolution into the NEXUS phase – a being virtually identical to a human – known as a Replicant. The NEXUS 6 Replicants were superior in strength and agility, and at least equal in intelligence, to the genetic engineers who created them. Replicants were used Off-World as slave labor, in the hazardous exploration and colonization of other planets. After a bloody mutiny by a NEXUS 6 combat team in an Off-World colony, Replicants were declared illegal on earth – under penalty of death. Special police squads – BLADE RUNNER UNITS – had orders to shoot to kill, upon detection, any trespassing Replicant This was not called execution. It was called retirement.


Los Angeles, November (11) 2019


Blade Runner – Opening Titles (HQ) – YouTube


Google Nexus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Developer Google, various Type Smartphones, tablets, digital media players Retail availability January 2010–present Operating system Android Online services Google Play Website Google Nexus is a line of consumer electronic devices that run the Androidoperating system. Google manages the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices, but some development and all manufacturing are carried out by partnering original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The product family consists mostly of mobile devices—six smartphones and four tablet computers have been released to date. As of March 2015, the devices currently available in the line are the Nexus 6 smartphone (made withMotorola Mobility), Nexus 9 tablet (made with HTC), and Nexus Playerdigital media player (made with Asus).

Devices in the Nexus line[1] are considered Google’s flagship Android products. They contain little to no manufacturer or wireless carrier modifications to Android (such as custom graphical user interfaces), although devices sold through carriers are sometimes SIM locked and may bear some extra branding. Nexus 6 devices sold through AT&T, for example, are SIM locked and feature a custom boot splash screen and a logo on the back of the device, despite having otherwise identical hardware to the unlocked variant. The Verizon Galaxy Nexus featured a Verizon logo on the back and received software updates at a slower pace than the unlocked variant, though it featured different hardware to accommodate Verizon’s CDMA network. All Nexus devices feature an unlockable bootloader[2] to allow further development and end-user modification.[3] Nexus devices are often among the first Android devices to receive updates to the operating system.[4][5][6]


Philip K. Dick estate claim Edit

Upon the announcement of the first Nexus device, the Nexus One, the estate of sci-fi author Philip K. Dick claimed that the Nexus One name capitalized on intellectual property from Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and that the choice of name was a direct reference to the Nexus-6 series of androids in the novel.[20]


Do not miss the connection that is the nexus or brain of the machine learning tool of the Google Android, otherwise know as cellular units (cell phone), or mobile devices.  “Devices in the Nexus line[1] are considered Google’s flagship Android products.”  And remember, you are the product, not the device.


Keep in mind “replicants were used Off-World as slave labor” as the strategic trend of Kings of the East continues its march forward.

Beijing eyes ‘robotic and human settlement’ on Mars with ambitious 2020 mission


I am by no means a science fiction guru, nor expert in the ponderings of Blade Runner.  That said, the purpose of this blog is point out the forthtellings of Scripture.  And quite often that deals with patterns, patterns not only found in the design of Scripture, but the patterns that are the evidence of Scripture’s transcendent nature.  The patterns are often observable in pop-culture, so called Science, technology, etc., as their prophetic revelation is unlocked and observable by the times we experience.  And so, the pattern of the emergent grin‘d robot utopian nightmare, coupled with the end of the age prophetic Scripture reading like front page news, eerily times in lock step with 2019 (anno Domini), as captioned in the opening scene of Blade Runner (1982).  Blade Runner the movie being an interpretation of the writings of Phillip K. Dick.  Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (retitled Blade Runner: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? in some later printings) is a science fiction novel by American writer Philip K. Dick, first published in 1968.  As the days grow darker and the future more ominous, 2019 is right around the corner, that is after we go into and through the sure to be interesting year of 2018.  Hopefully there is more clarity with the advent of 2020.  Regardless of the time, remember our times are in His hands, and leave wiggle room in your war-gaming of the future for 2060.  After all Blade Runner 2049 is nigh.



Editor note: originally titled “Humanity On The Nexus Of 2019 – Robopocalypse”


  1. Newest Blade Runner Footage Shows Surprises in the Future

    Newest Blade Runner Footage Shows Surprises in the Future

    Evan NarcisseToday 9:40am

    Image: Warner Bros.
    Those flying cars you wanted? They’re coming in 2049, with guns and missiles and drones. Too bad the world will have gone to hell by then…

    The latest TV teaser for Blade Runner 2049 gives viewers a few new glimpses of the three-decades-after sequel to the scifi classic. In the new footage, both Harrison Ford’s Deckard and Ryan Gosling’s Officer K trade punches with the folks who are hunting them, along with a car chase sequence that shows off futuristic weapons and tech. The brief cut with the lush, verdant environment is the most exciting thing to me, because—in a world wracked by apocalyptic climate change—you’ve gotta wonder where exactly that moment happens.

    Blade Runner 2049 opens on October 6.

  2. Beijing eyes ‘robotic and human settlement’ on Mars with ambitious 2020 mission

    Beijing eyes ‘robotic and human settlement’ on Mars with ambitious 2020 mission

    Planet Mars, with Earth visible in backgroun Credit: Getty Images
    Preparations for China’s ambitious mission to Mars in 2020 are “going smoothly”, a top space scientist said, as he told a forum of the potential for “robotic and human settlement” on the mysterious planet.

    Zhang Rongqiao said China is seeking to become the first country to conduct joint orbital and surface exploration of Mars in a single mission.

    The probe will provide invaluable data on temperature, atmospheric conditions and landscape, before Beijing dispatches further missions to retrieve soil and rock samples.

    Undated handout photo issued by the European Space Agency of an artist’s impression of the ExoMars 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter entering orbit as the European spacecraft nearing the end of its journey to Mars. Credit: PA
    Mr Zhang, the chief architect the mission, said the probe will be made up of three parts; orbiter, lander and rover.

    “The lander will separate from the orbiter at the end of a journey of around seven months and touch down in a low latitude area in the northern hemisphere of Mars where the rover will explore the surface,” said state news agency Xinhua.

    The report said there would be 13 payloads in the mission, including “six rovers”, although state media have previously only reported one.

    China’s Mars mission ‘going smoothly’, chief designer says

    — China News 中国新闻网 (@Echinanews) 5:30 AM – Sep 20, 2017
    As the surface mission collects data, the orbiter will monitor the red planet’s “atmosphere” and “key scientific indicators” the China Daily said.

    Planning for the mission “is going smoothly and all according to plan,” Mr Zhang told a forum on lunar and deep space exploration in Beijing, according the newspaper.

    “Not only might Mars serve for future robotic or human settlement,” he said. “Studying its evolution can help us answer some of the key questions in cosmology that can have a profound impact on our life.”

    The 2020 Mars mission has previously been reported in Chinese media, but few details have emerged since last year.

    A low-angle self-portrait of NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover showing the vehicle at the site from which it reached down to drill into a rock target call “Buckskin” is show in this handout photo taken August 5, 2015 Credit: NASA/Reuters
    The probe will be launched on a Long March-5 carrier rocket from China’s southern Hainan Island, state media said.

    China is also reportedly planning to send probes to Jupiter in 2036 and Uranus in 2046.

    Beijing’s space exploration program is highly ambitious.

    The former Soviet Union, United States, European Space Agency and India have all sent probes to Mars, but only NASA have successfully deployed a rover on the surface.

    China is building a 400-million-yuan ‘Mars simulation base’ in a remote area of its dry and rocky north-west to boost scientific research of the red planet and local tourism.

    Volunteers smile from inside a simulated space cabin, China’s first bioregenerative life-support base where they will live for next 200 days testing how a life-support system works in a space environment. Credit: Reuters
    Authorities have also set up a ‘space cabin’ in Beijing, where scientists study the effects on student volunteers who spend 200 days in confinement.

    Chinese experts said the experiment was “vital to the future of China’s moon and Mars missions and must be relied upon to guarantee the safety and health of our astronauts.”

    Additional reporting by Christine Wei

  3. NASA and Russia reveal Deep Space Gateway to be built in Moon’s orbit – Roscosmos announce | Daily Star

    NASA and Russia reveal plan to build SPACE STATION orbiting the MOON

    NASA and Russia are teaming up to create a groundbreaking new space station in orbit around the Moon, it was announced today.

    By Henry Holloway / Published 27th September 2017
    “We have agreed to join the project to build a new international Deep Space Gateway station in the moon’s orbit”

    Igor Komarov
    Moscow and Washington have agreed to build the station called Deep Space Gateway – finally bringing a long standing concept into reality.

    Russia’s space agency Roscosmos announced the ambitious project today in a speech at International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia.

    Following in the footsteps of the International Space Station, the moon ship would be open to astronauts and cosmonauts from around the world.

    Space bosses hope the Deep Space Gateway will allow mankind to stage space flights to Mars and elsewhere in the Solar System.

    It comes after US President Donald Trump announced in his debut speech on Capitol Hill he wanted astronauts to arrive on “distant worlds” within the next ten years.

    NASA and Roscosmos hope the space station’s first modules would be completed by 2026 – the 250th anniversary of the United States.

  4. It’s Official: The Next Terminator Movie Will Be Out in Summer 2019

    It’s Official: The Next Terminator Movie Will Be Out in Summer 2019

    Evan NarcisseToday 1:16pm

    Image: Paramount Pictures
    Hot on the heels of new plot and character details in the next installment of James Cameron’s time-traveling AI apocalypse comes a release date: Terminator 6—or Terminator 3: For Real This Time, or whatever it’ll be called—is coming out on July 26, 2019.

    The date was announced in Variety on the same day that The Hollywood Reporter ran an interview with Cameron that talked about his return to the Terminator series:

    Now an uncomfortable question. Arnold is going to be 71 years old when this shoots. How do you get around that fact?

    CAMERON: You don’t have to get around it. The beauty of it is: He’s a cyborg. And so, the org part is on the outside, meaning organism. And Reese says it in the first film: “They sweat. They have bad breath.” Because they were supposed to be infiltration units, so there’s this idea that flesh sort of sheaths over a metal endo-skeleton. So that would age normally. So, obviously he’s one that’s been in action and operation for a long time. And that’s all I want to say about the actual story part of it.

    Elsewhere at The Hollywood Reporter, Cameron said the following about his ridiculous film-making schedule: “The way I look at it is, I’m doing Avatar by day, Battle Angel by night and Terminator on the weekend.” You can read more details about Terminator 6’s development right here.


    Holy Crap, the Philip K. Dick Electric Dreams TV Series Looks Amazing

    Rob BrickenToday 11:45am

    All images: Amazon
    I’m not going to bandy about here: Amazon officially debuted a new, extended trailer for its upcoming anthology series Electric Dreams, based on the works of renowned scifi author Philip K. Dick, at New York Comic Con today. And man, does it look great.

    Obviously the show has nabbed an impressive group of actors, and just as obviously the episodes will range from speculative fiction to horror to contemporary fantasy. But it’s the hard scifi that has me most intrigued—I mean, look at this stuff:

    I’m not particularly well-versed in Dick’s work (although at least I’ve seen Blade Runner) so I don’t know which, if any, of his stories these scenes in the trailer correlate to; if you know, please share in the comments.

    The Amazon Prime series doesn’t have a release date yet, but whenever it arrives, it’s jumped to the top of my must-see list.


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