Predicting the future with analysis of causal events is critical if you want to effect the outcomes in any system. The system that we are currently in is one of past causal events and the future is one of any number of probable events, the outcome of which can be predicted or altered. This analysis combines theories from many different sciences. Some reoccurring concepts are present in many sources on the subject, three of which will be briefly mentioned here.
Quantum computing power has been a game changer in predictive analytics with its crushing power to do almost limitless calculations simultaneously. This gives rise to technologies such as A.I. along with Activities Based Intelligence (A.B.I.) having multiple nodes to gather real-time data (internet of things). Such computing power can be used to predict the future with almost 95% accuracy and gives anyone who wields it previously unthinkable abilities to predict and steer future events. Ability to steer outcomes stems from introducing other events or shocks further down the time line.
Theory of Economic Shock Testing as mentioned in Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars is used to introduce shocks or events for predictive analytics to effect outcomes as well as test current programs underway. A stimulus to the system is used by quantum computing to provide feedback data for current and future programs (Jade Helm) and to assess the need for future stimulus (false flags, fake news, wars, etc.).
The Theory of Special Relativity offers a graphical representation known as the light or event cone which forms the backbone of predictive analytics algorithms.
The event cone is a graphical analysis of the path any information from an event can take from its point of origin through space time. Consequences cascade out affecting the system and all future events resulting in a growing cone of influence. Graphing the event forward produces a future event cone, graphing it backward produces a past event cone used for analysis of causality. The event horizon is the point of origination, in the present, where you are reading this article. A future event cone is important because it narrows down possible relationships stemming from a specific event horizon. Any future event can only affect the consequences of the original event. since it is further down the timeline and creates its own future event cone. Coordinates for this future event cone, further downstream, never intersect the original event horizon.
This diagram from the U.K.”s Global Strategic Trends Program document illustrates all of these elements in concert. Note that cascading events are not always allowed to play themselves out, shocks or nudges are needed for the desired outcome. Using this knowledge the future can be steered and predicted using quantum computing. It seems that the globalists are not in total control but are rather “riders on the storm”, having events happen just at the right time to save the agenda. All of us here and now on this event horizon are at a significant disadvantage when this technology is used with no regard for humanity.