Now we know what “the Dallas Meme” that’s been rising in our futuring work was all about, don’t we?
We don’t make many predictions around here but when we do, it may be a good idea to take them seriously. On August 29th, for example, we discussed the “Dallas Meme” as it related to terror. This morning we are looking at the first “wild” Ebola case being treated in a Dallas hospital and if that isn’t “terrifying,” I don’t know what is.
Moreover, in the August 26 discussion of “Frontiers of Futuring, the Dallas Hit” we covered the www.nationaldreamcenter.com predictive headline that forecast an event:
““Chaos ensues in Dallas in wake of …Bomb threat at Dallas/Ft Worth Interntl Airport.”
We got the right city – and the air travel link, OK…but it’s here that we come back to an old problem of futuring: We can exact some aspects of the Future, but many specifics get swamped by current contexts. In other words, language at the archetypical level is ambiguous and provides for multiple futures until that last quantum instant before realization.
But before we get into the guts of this morning’s report, a couple of hearty congratulatory “Atta Boys to our colleagues Chris McCleary of the National Dream Center and to chief programmer Grady of our www.nostracodeus.com project for getting the location and aspects of Dallas right.
We seen plenty of historical examples of how when government says “Don’t worry!” it’s exactly the right time to worry and to begin prepping for contingencies should government’s best laid plans fail to work out as promised. Future history will disclose if that’s the case again….
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