The World is Ending and I’m Moving to Bali

Sage Gosner
3 min readJul 22, 2023

We truly are living in fascinating times. Things are changing rapidly and nobody can put their finger on what is going on. The smartest people in the world have no idea. Not the slightest clue, and they admit to it.

Nobody knows.

Look at where we are heading. In just a few more years it would not be unrealistic to say that AI Is going to be able to create anything digitally from a few texts commands.

This is profound.

Soon we are going to be able to simply give instruction to an AI to create a feature length film featuring photo realistic digital recreations of actors, create apps, virtual experiences through immersive VR headsets, and start and operate entire businesses. The only limit will be your imagination.

That’s pretty crazy. So, I’m packing my bags and heading to Bali.

I don’t know what the future is going to be like, but it’s going to be weird. It already is weird. And it’s overwhelmingly so.

Really, what is even going on? What are we fighting for? What are we moving towards?

The jig is up.

Everything has been revealed.

There are no secrets anymore.

Everything is happening everywhere all at once.

We are living in an infinite fractal of a collective delusion, molded together through awareness.

There are no rules.

In the olden days (AKA the past 6000 years of human civilization or so) things were steady. Change was slow. Life was predictable. Information was scarce. People lived entire lives without all that much really changing, without having to worry about a thing called “information overload”.

Now all the world’s knowledge, opinions, data, are available at the push of a button.

With every new gadget our eyes light up for about 5 minutes and then it normalizes. We adjust.

Collectively, we are evolving.

No one person can understand it, but collectively we know, linked through a single intelligence that is pushing us forward.

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Sage Gosner

Explorer Extraordinaire. Diving deep into the unknown. Love all.