You Can Now get Digital Nikes as Transhumanism Continues to March Forward
As Transhumanism continues to make great strides, Nike jumps into the game by creating digital shoes, Forbes reports.
“Nike is taking another step into the metaverse by acquiring RTFKT Studios, a virtual sneaker and collectibles startup. While the deal is already being seen by many as Nike’s way of saying “Just Do It” to the Web3 era, it’ll also likely signal to NFT startups and legacy clothing brands alike that the world of virtual fashion will further heat up in 2022.
Founded in 2019, RTFKT has becoming increasingly popular with sneaker and Web3 enthusiasts, and has gained momentum during the NFT boom that began earlier this year. In February, the startup released several virtual sneaker designs in collaboration with the artist Fewocious and quickly made more than $3 million buy selling more than 600 pairs that can’t even be worn in the physical world. In March, it partnered with Atari on a limited edition Atari-themed virtual sneaker. And just last month, RTFKT partnered with the artist Takashi Murakami on an NFT auction to sell 20,000 3D avatars that are a part of the CloneX collection.
I am not sure why you would want to buy digital shoes, but Nike has sold $3 million of them! As Transhumanism seeks to have mankind grant itself eternal life a thriving digital community that shuns the physical reality of the world in favor a virtual one becomes necessary. After all, how will they get you to upload your consciences to the singularity if you can’t buy and wear your favorite pair of Nikes?
Transhumanism is a huge part of the push for fake vaccines and the narrative of our earth being overpopulated. This is why you should pay attention to all of the big companies doing transhumanist things.
Another Push for Over the Counter Birth Control
The NY Times reports another push for over the counter birth control. This is a bad idea that promotes promiscuity and is dangerous to the health of many as birth control is a dangerous drug. For more thoughts on this check out this article.
COVID University is Returning Second Semester as Many Universities Reimpose Restrictions
As fear over the Omnicron variant continues to ramp up many Universities across the United States have decided to reinstate previous COVID restrictions and some have come up with new ones including requiring jab boosters to attend their campus. Fox News Reports:
“Several colleges and universities across America are reimposing restrictions on their campuses due to the recent rise in the omicron variant of the coronavirus. Several universities, such as Georgetown, George Washington and Cornell, have decided to either cancel all indoor events or hold them online, among other restrictions. Georgetown University, for example, is restricting all indoor campus dining to a “grab-and-go” model, where students pick up their food in a dining hall and eat in their private room. The university is also closing fitness centers, and has canceled all events if they cannot be held outdoors or online.”
“Princeton University has taken a similar approach and announced on their website that all final exams will either be given remotely or, if a faculty member chooses, the exam can be delivered as a “take-home” test. Additionally, from Dec. 16 through Jan. 7, all indoor gatherings with food and where face masks cannot be worn will be canceled or postponed.”
“Cornell University announced on Tuesday that they’d be shifting into “Alert Level Red,” which includes canceling all university activities involving undergraduates, closing libraries to students, closing fitness centers, and moving all final exams to a remote format. The university also canceled the Dec. 18 ceremony honoring December graduates. Durham Tech University in North Carolina announced they will begin the spring 2022 semester by reducing classroom capacity to 75% for social distancing purposes. Meanwhile, the University of Wyoming has announced that their mask policy will continue into the spring 2022 semester, which requires mask wearing in buildings where 6-foot social distancing is not possible.”
Many universities across the United States have also announced that they will require a coronavirus booster shot as well. Syracuse, George Washington, Northeastern, Notre Dame, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and more have announced booster shots will be required for all eligible students beginning in the spring 2022 semester.