Kodamasmiles: Everything You Need to Know 10/11/2017

Here’s Kodama’s distillation of current events in the Investigation:

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Completely Overwhelmed

Roland Jarvis’ Society for the Ethical Treatment of AIs is back, once again attempting to cast Artificial Intelligence in the scariest possible light…

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RPE in Boulder

An RPE may be taking place in Boulder, CO on the eve of the #EXO5 Anomaly. If you’re going to be in Boulder and would like to participate, sign up now…

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Motive, Means, Opportunity

We now have strong reason to believe that the triggerman who killed Ken Owen was a professional assassin known only as 855.

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The Mind’s Map

This was an interesting read… Could this be how mental structures like Misty’s Mind Palace work?

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Enlightened or Resistance: Joseph Marie Jacquard

I was enjoying a debate on this subject with a fellow Investigator, and it occurred to me that the very topic of our conversation could make for an interesting recurring feature on Investigate. The question at hand: Were certain brilliant historic figures more likely to be Enlightened or Resistance? Our first contender: Joseph Marie Jacquard — the creator of the incredible Jacquard Loom.

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Hunter and Prey

Felicia Hajra-Lee — a sensitive visionary who in the past has offered detailed, insightful windows into hidden moments in the world of Ingress — has emerged once more. Her latest vision: A prey. A hunter. A murder in Washington.

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An Image from the Past

Investigator Yik Sheng Lee turned this image up… apparently it originated in Rome during #ViaNoir — Hank Johnon’s seen adding notes to his journal.

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Karl’s Associate

A post by Dr. Edgar Allan Wright earlier today resonated with me, and clearly it did so with a few other folks as well…

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A Snake in the Garden

It seems my ‘whodunit poll’ from yesterday may have raised a few eyebrows in high place. It certainly seemed to be a central topic of concern in this surveilled conversation between Jay Phillips and Akira Tsukasa.

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