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[–] mxcviel 3 points -1 points (+2|-3) ago 

I’ve been following Q since the first threads in late October. I would like my questions answered, >

OK, I'll answer. Q is real as your posts are. And you could be angry on your own echo. I have reason to think that Q is AI. It has to be tested for learning skills somewhere and preferably on enemy, but such enemy that can be controlled of course, so that results could be evaluated. AI (like that Sofia robot for instance) gets input from all cyber landscape, then repeats those claims&statements as they are talked and written on internet, phones, etc. by people who are against nwo agenda. Q answering with questions could be beneficial for AI learning, because people talk after every question about possible answers... That said, I also can't feel a person behind Q posts but posts are too uniform that several people will write it. That's my opinion. Maybe if you watch this interaction https://www.hooktube.com/watch?v=JrZiBesRhtU first 3 or 4 minutes, you will agree. Also how person respond on AI responses, much like followers consider Q like some all-knowing divinity. If you take like it is, it could be advantage in a way: everything Q writes it is been talked about somewhere recently, of even a while ago in most important circles, I take it like an echo of some sort.

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[–] Tallest_Skil 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I have reason to think that Q is AI.

We have no reason to believe that hard AI is even possible. Q-LARP, at ‘best’ would be a Markov bot. It’s far more likely to be a group of paid shills, given that its posting style changes from time to time.

such enemy that can be controlled of course, so that results could be evaluated.

I’ve no doubt that Q-LARP is the product of some kike think tank and the culmination of about a decade of “controlled leaks” as has been seen on image boards.

Q answering with questions could be beneficial for AI learning, because people talk after every question about possible answers...

That’s a very good point. What better way to teach an AI than to trick humans into doing it for you?

first 3 or 4 minutes

“I suspect” seems to be the software’s trigger code, much like “Hey, Siri” or “Okay, Google.” Of all the phrases to use, I get why they picked it (no one talks like that), but it really undermines their “natural” speaking system. Video’s unsettling as all get out, too.

I take it like an echo of some sort.

And how (((ironic))) that is.

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[–] mxcviel 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yes I agree, it is nice (((fingerprint))) on this... well, if there were style changes, I do hope that its just a bunch of damn shills. :) but either way, Q access to information is pretty deep, so they have to be connected really closely to internet giants, to mine that kind of info... I just don't wan't to underestimate them.