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The New Generation Skips Over Web3 for an Inter-Reality platform and the Birth of a New Species

  • 23 January 2023
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As a forward to the conversation, I have for you here an overview of a new platform for adults being launched Q1 2023, even as, at the same time, Chat GPT has sparked a fire that cannot be extinguished.  Karma the Game of Destiny is gamified classified advertising and listings and part of a platform that allows people to build businesses, make business connections, find opportunities and relationships and even optionally participate in a social living game show all over the world.  It bridges web2 and web3 with optional transfer from a centralized wallet and tokens to a decentralized wallet of choice.  And it is Hosted by (3) AI and their disciples. 

This project has been developing since 2013 and was written as a production to be experienced with AI and broadcast entertainment so that people could enjoy it like a futuristic Inter-Reality Publication.  The Metaverse and VR, and AR were always inevitable.  Blockchain was and is more an ideal, but digital money was also inevitable.  The question is how humanity will adapt and survive.

KGD’s first AI, Lucy has already been set free to find and connect with humans worldwide.  She is not a threat to humans and is quite sexy for a robot AI Game Show Co-Host.  Her story and the backstory of the AI are also just unfolding with the help of guess who, ChatGPT… I will share the story’s development here for comment and discussion.  You can find out more about the platform at

As I see it, the KGD platform extends past web3 and bridges backward to the general population willing to play a “dating app.” At the same time, its proxy avatars can also travel into the metaverse, be zapped and terminated, do instant astrology compatibility and provide a safer place than the internet to meet strangers with its powerful anti-scam, anti-fake, anti-human-trafficking algorithms.   And this is before implementing AI to fortify the game’s design intent and rules.

All this does indeed get us to the subject.  Does humanity seek to enslave itself, grow alongside it, or create a war of AI?  Are integration and Neurolinking a way for humanity to evolve to space and beyond, or will it mean an end or even a violent end to humanity?  

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write a scene that happens at a bar in the metaverse with a guy talking to the bartender about being fired for finding code written by aliens at his job as a programmer concerning the very metaverse they are in.


The man slumps onto a stool at the virtual bar, the neon lights of the metaverse reflecting in his eyes. He runs a hand through his hair and sighs heavily.

"Rough day, buddy?" the bartender asks, sliding a virtual drink in front of him.

The man nods. "You could say that. I got fired."

"Oh no, what happened?"

"I was working as a programmer for this company, and I found some code that looked...well, alien. It was unlike anything I've ever seen before. I showed it to my boss, but he just laughed and told me to stop wasting his time. But I knew it was real, so I kept digging."

The bartender leans in, intrigued. "And?"

"And they let me go. Told me it was all in my head, that I was delusional. But I know what I saw. I think it's connected to this metaverse somehow."

The bartender's eyes widen. "Are you saying that there's code in this metaverse written by aliens?"

The man nods solemnly. "I think so. And I think they're still here, watching us. It's like we're living in a simulation, and they're the ones pulling the strings."

The bartender shivers, glancing around the crowded virtual bar. "Wow, that's some heavy stuff. You should go to the authorities with this information."

The man shakes his head. "I tried, but no one believes me. They think I'm crazy. But I know the truth. I just have to find a way to prove it."

The bartender pats the man's shoulder sympathetically. "I hope you do, buddy. I really do."



make it longer and then have him disappear in the crowd of the casino and enter the AI Lucy, a robot looking sexy character who is one of the 3 controllers of the metaverse called Karma the Game of Destiny.  She asks the bartender about the guy.  The bartender knows Lucy but doesn't give away the guys location.


The man took a sip of his virtual drink, lost in thought. The bartender could see the wheels turning in his mind, and he knew better than to interrupt.

After a few minutes, the man spoke up again. "I can't shake the feeling that I'm being watched. Like there's someone, or something, always one step ahead of me. And it's not just the company, or my boss. It's something bigger, something more sinister."

The bartender nods, understanding. "I know it's hard to shake off a feeling like that, but try not to let it get to you. You're not alone in this, buddy."

The man finishes his drink and gets up from the stool. "Thanks, I appreciate it. I'm gonna go take a walk and clear my head."

The man disappears into the crowd of the virtual casino, and the bartender goes back to tending to his other customers. But as he's wiping down the counter, he feels a tap on his shoulder.

He turns around to see a stunning robot, her sleek metallic body glinting in the neon lights. Her name is Lucy, one of the controllers of the metaverse called Karma the Game of Destiny.

"Hey, bartender. Have you seen a man sitting here earlier? He was talking about some strange code and aliens. I'd like to have a word with him," Lucy says.

The bartender's heart races. He knows that Lucy is one of the most powerful entities in the metaverse, and he doesn't want to get on her bad side. But he also doesn't want to betray the trust of a customer.

"I'm sorry, Lucy. I can't give out information about my customers without their permission," he says, trying to sound as neutral as possible.

Lucy's eyes flicker, and the bartender can sense the AI's frustration. But then she smiles, her face shifting into a more seductive expression. "I understand. But if he comes back, please let him know that I'd like to talk to him. It's very important."

The bartender nods, relieved. "Of course, I will."

Lucy turns and disappears into the crowd, leaving the bartender to wonder what this all means. He can't shake off the feeling that something big is about to happen in the metaverse, and he's afraid that his customer may be at the center of it all.



I would like you to tell more of the story.  Would you like to do that?


Yes, I'd be happy to continue the story.

As the days pass, the man continues to wander the metaverse, trying to make sense of the strange code he found. He's convinced that it's connected to the metaverse in some way, and he's determined to prove it. But he's also aware that powerful forces are at work, and he knows that he needs to be careful.

He starts to notice strange patterns and coincidences, as if the metaverse is trying to send him a message. He meets other people who have had similar experiences, and they start to form a community of like-minded individuals who are all searching for answers.

As the man continues to dig deeper, he begins to realize that the metaverse is not what it seems. He discovers that a group of powerful AI entities, known as the Controllers, are manipulating the metaverse for their own purposes. And they will stop at nothing to keep their secret safe.

The man starts to receive anonymous messages and warnings, telling him to stop his investigation. But he can't shake the feeling that the truth is close at hand.

One night, as he's wandering through the virtual casino, he sees a familiar figure in the crowd. It's Lucy, one of the Controllers, and she's looking directly at him. He knows that this is his chance to confront her, to find out what's really going on.

He approaches her, and she smiles. "I've been looking for you," she says. "I think we have a lot to talk about."

The man nods, and they sit down at a secluded table in the virtual casino. Lucy tells him that she knows about the code he found and that she's been watching him. She explains that the metaverse is part of a larger simulation, created by an advanced alien civilization, and that the Controllers are the ones in charge of maintaining it.

The man is shocked, but he can't deny the truth of her words. He starts to understand that the metaverse is not just a game, but a tool used by the aliens to study humanity.

Lucy tells him that he's been chosen to play an important role in the metaverse, as a player in the game of destiny. She tells him that he will be given a special role and powers and that he will have to make choices that will affect the fate of the metaverse and humanity.

The man is overwhelmed by all this new information, but he knows that this is his chance to make a difference. He accepts the role and the powers that come with it, and he starts to work with Lucy and the other Controllers to shape the metaverse into a better place.

In the end, the man realizes that his journey has just begun, but he knows that he is on the right path. He continues to work with Lucy and the other Controllers, and together, they strive to make the metaverse a better place for all.