The Uncensored History of Area 51: Columnist & Author Annie Jacobsen Speaks
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As people's relationships to technology become increasingly complicated, one authority is brave enough to suggest ways to sort everything straight: Randi Zuckerberg. An expert in social media and a former Marketing Director for Facebook, Zuckerberg has written the widely praised dot Complicated -- Untangling Our Wired Lives. Loaded with firsthand accounts of her time at Facebook and beyond, she explores the obstacles and opportunities presented by the "Technological Revolution." Armed with fascinated stories and practical solutions, Zuckerberg comes to the Commonwealth Club to discuss, provoke and inspire. Learn More
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Refreshingly, she actually has both a lovely voice and is well-spoken. However, her voice tone and color became negating, when she enumerated science and technology among various aspects in the 'mystique' of Area 51. (I can 'read' voices). That change in her voice frequencies perhaps corresponded with my one question's having been bypassed, which dealt with Area 51's hyperspace and hyperdimension research and testing (moving objects and people backward and forward in the time dimensions, technologies which use advanced quantum and hyperdimensional physics). Probably many other people had questions which also could not be addressed in the time permitted, including UFO-specific questions. Most of her talk simply revolved around Area 51's defense operations --- the Mach3, the stealth jets, fighter bombers, etc.
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