Changing TImes with Cyberspace Culture Community

We are all sharing in the adventure of co-creating the future.

May we all enjoy what time we have here on the planet.

My add is we are just visiting this planet and while here we must learn to first survive.

Second, survive, and assist as stewards of the planet in thriving as a class of beings.

Beings are those who are sent here to make sure the planet will continue on as a location in space.

We are in the habitable zone for sentient intelligent humanoids such as ourselves.

We will continue to monitor our own species while researching all others which will become extinct.

It is a daunting task to say the least for most humanoids.

We who share in the dual citizenship as time travelers or phase spacers of double minded individuals have come upon a hidden secret.

It is each human beings challenge to find their own way of being on the planet while surviving.

No one is given a plan to maintain one’s own self while here but only put here to grown and survive.

Anything else will deal with the point of our after life and what we manage to learn here as a survivor of life on planet earth.


Therefore, allow  for us all to become ontologist.

We share in co-creating the future and the “Semantic Web” for our future communication.

Semantic Web is an extension of the World Wide Web that aims to make web content more meaningful and machine-readable. It is based on the idea of adding metadata to web pages in order to provide context and structure to the information they contain. This allows computers to better understand the relationships between different pieces of data, leading to more intelligent and efficient information retrieval and processing.

The Semantic Web is built on a set of standards and technologies, including RDF (Resource Description Framework), OWL (Web Ontology Language), and SPARQL (SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language). These tools enable developers to create ontologies, which are formal descriptions of concepts, relationships, and properties within a specific domain. By using ontologies, the Semantic Web can represent knowledge in a structured and standardized way, making it easier for machines to interpret and process data.

One of the key benefits of the Semantic Web is its ability to facilitate data integration and interoperability across different systems and platforms. By using common standards and ontologies, organizations can share and exchange data more easily, leading to improved collaboration and efficiency. For example, a healthcare provider could use Semantic Web technologies to integrate patient records from multiple sources, enabling more comprehensive and personalized care.

Another important aspect of the Semantic Web is its support for intelligent agents and automated reasoning. By encoding knowledge in a machine-readable format, software agents can perform complex tasks such as data mining, decision-making, and problem-solving. This has applications in various fields, including e-commerce, healthcare, and scientific research.

Overall, the Semantic Web holds great promise for improving the way we access, share, and utilize information on the internet. By enhancing the structure and semantics of web content, it enables more sophisticated and intelligent interactions between humans and machines, paving the way for a more connected and intelligent digital world.


Keep writing and sharing in our Cyberspace Culture Community Club with Theresa J Morris and her ACO Club Press Association. It is part of being in the group which cares about our first amendment

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution is one of the most important and foundational parts of the Bill of Rights. It was ratified on December 15, 1791, along with the other nine amendments that make up the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment protects several fundamental rights of American citizens, including freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assemble peacefully, and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

Freedom of religion ensures that the government cannot establish an official religion or interfere with an individual’s right to practice their own religion. This means that individuals are free to worship as they choose, or not worship at all, without fear of persecution or discrimination by the government.

Freedom of speech guarantees that individuals have the right to express their opinions and ideas, even if those opinions are unpopular or controversial. This protection extends to all forms of expression, including spoken words, written words, and symbolic speech such as flag burning or wearing armbands.

Freedom of the press allows journalists and media organizations to report on news and information without government censorship or interference. This ensures that the press can act as a watchdog on the government and hold those in power accountable for their actions.

The right to peacefully assemble gives individuals the freedom to gather together in groups for any lawful purpose, whether it be for political protests, religious gatherings, or social events. This right is essential for a functioning democracy, as it allows citizens to come together to voice their concerns and advocate for change.

Finally, the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances allows individuals to formally request that the government address their complaints or grievances. This can take the form of writing letters to elected officials, filing lawsuits, or organizing petitions to bring attention to a particular issue.

Overall, the First Amendment is a crucial part of the Constitution that protects the fundamental rights of American citizens and ensures that the government respects and upholds these rights. It is a cornerstone of democracy and plays a vital role in safeguarding individual liberties and promoting a free and open society.