The Eras of Tech and Where we are ?

I asked Ai to give each decade since the 1900's a name for its era. Here is what it came up with.

1900s - Telegraph era 1910s - Radio era 1920s - Television era 1930s - Computing Era 1940s - Electronic Era 1950s - Programming Era 1960s - Network Era 1970s - Personal Computing Era 1980s - Mobile Era 1990s - Internet Era 2000s - Smart Phone Era 2010s - Social Media Era 2020s - Ai Era Next, I used my own imagination to try think of what the next 10 eras would be based off of all my years of lived experience. 2030s - Automation Era - Human Labor is all but gone, Ai cars, iot, etc. 2040s - Simulation Era - People will live most of their experiences in the metaverse 2050s - Ageless Era - People will stop growing old 2060s - Multi-planetary Era - Humans will live on 2 planets 2070s - Droid Era - Robots will become widespread 2080s - Surrogate Era - Humans will control other robot bodies remotely 2090s - Transcendence Era - Humans move consciousness from the brain 2100s - Interstellar Era - Humans will spread to another star system

Now, lets see what Ai imagines.

2030s: Quantum computing, Augmented and virtual reality Era 

2040s: Space exploration and colonization era Brain-computer interfaces and neurotechnology Increased automation and robotics in various industries 

2050s: Fusion energy era Fully autonomous vehicles become widespread Artificial general intelligence and robotics revolutionize the workforce 

2060s: Biotechnology and nanotechnology era Human-machine hybrids and transhumanism Geoengineering to combat climate change 

2070s: Post-scarcity and post-work society era Interstellar travel and contact with extraterrestrial life Quantum teleportation and communication revolutionize global connectivity 

2080s: Mind uploading and digital immortality era Climate restoration and rejuvenation technologies Advancements in artificial consciousness and moral decision-making 

2090s: Interdimensional travel and exploration era Space elevators and megastructures in space Emergence of a global brain and collective consciousness 

2100s: Interstellar civilization and transcendent humanity era Energy harvesting from black holes and other cosmic phenomena The nature of reality and the universe is fully understood and harnessed. 

How Ai and I differed        

It appears that Ai said Automation would come after the Simulation era and I said just the opposite that Automation would come first. 

In the 2050's, I predicted that humans would no longer be old, but Ai focused more on fusion energy being used and widespread Ai robotics taking over the work force, for me robots don't fully take over until the 2070's, much later, but the automation era itself would start much earlier, in the 2030's. 

Ai predicts in the 2060's that it may be the era of the cyborg, but I actually didn't predict cyborgs but more if a transcendence or remote surrogates from 2080's to 2090's. 

Ai, also predicts that interstellar travel will happen in the 2070's but I predicted it not until the 2100s. 

By 2090s, Ai predicted Interdimesniona travel, space megastructures and a god-like consciousness 

It seems for Ai is when anti aging, immortality, transcendence and mind uploading will be era in the 2080's but I predicted these events to start happening as early as 2050's and peaking around 2090s. I didn't believe these things would happen just yet. But by 2100, Ai seems to think we will reach God like status, but for me by 2100 we just get out of our solar system. 

It seems where our difference lie is that I am using past data to extrapolate forward linearly, but A.I. is anticipating exponential change. 

I also asked it to give me every era from 1800s - 1900s by decade
1800s - Era of locomotion 1810s - Era of machinery
1820s - Era of printing
1830s - Era of electric machinery
1840s - Era of faster communication
1850s - Era of Engines and Steel
1860s - Era of Sewing
1870s - Era of electric appliances / telephone
1880s - Era of the Motion Picture
1890s - Era of aviation

Next, I asked it about Eras of the far future

2110s - The Terraforming Era 
2120s - The Transcendent Life Era 
2130s - The Interdimensional Era 
2140s - The Alien Super Society Era 
2150s - New Laws of Physics Era 
2160s - Telepathy Era 
2170s - Unified Consciousness Era 
2180s - The God-Like Era 
2190s - Infinity Possibility Era 
2210s - Interdimensional infinite Internet Era 
2220s - Universe Creating Era 
2230s - Timeless Civilization Era 
2240s - The Dr. Manhattan Era / Simultaneous Lives at the same time 
2050s - Beyond Time Era 
2060s - New kind Evolution Era 
2070s - New Kind of Existence Era 
2080s - Universes created by conscious thought Era 
2090s - Era of the Unknown 

After 2090, the ai just started repeating itself, which I found to be quite interesting. One of things it said was time starts over agian. 

5 Reasons the End-of-Aging is only 15 Years Away

Over the past decade, advances in biotechnology, genetics, and artificial intelligence have led many experts to believe that human immortality may be achievable in the not-too-distant future. While the idea of living forever may seem like science fiction, there are compelling arguments to suggest that immortality could be just 15 years away.

1. BIO-TECHNOLOGY One of the primary drivers of progress in the field of immortality is the rapidly evolving field of biotechnology. Recent breakthroughs in gene editing technologies, such as CRISPR, have made it possible to manipulate DNA with unprecedented accuracy and precision. This opens up the possibility of editing out the genetic mutations that cause diseases and aging. In fact, researchers have already used CRISPR to extend the lifespan of mice by up to 25%.

2. ORGAN PRINTING Another promising avenue for achieving immortality is through the development of artificial organs and tissue engineering. Researchers are working on creating synthetic organs that can replace damaged or aging ones, potentially extending human lifespans. For example, scientists at the University of Texas have developed a method for 3D-printing functional human heart tissue that can be used for transplants.


Advances in nanotechnology are also contributing to the possibility of immortality. Tiny nanoparticles can be used to repair cells and tissues at the molecular level, potentially reversing the effects of aging. Researchers at the University of Southern California have developed a nanoparticle that can repair and regenerate damaged cells in the body, potentially reversing the effects of aging and extending lifespan.


Another important factor in the quest for immortality is the rise of artificial intelligence. AI has the potential to revolutionize medicine and extend human life by helping doctors make more accurate diagnoses and treatment decisions. For example, researchers at the University of Warwick in the UK have developed an AI system that can accurately predict the likelihood of a patient developing dementia up to five years in advance.


While these technologies are still in the early stages of development, the pace of progress is accelerating rapidly. The convergence of biotechnology, genetics, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence is leading to breakthroughs that would have been unimaginable just a few decades ago. In fact, some experts believe that the first person to live to 150 years old may already be alive today.

However, achieving immortality is not without its challenges. One of the biggest obstacles is the potential for overpopulation and the strain it would place on resources. However, some proponents of immortality argue that these problems could be solved through space exploration and colonization of other planets.

Nonetheless, the idea of human immortality may seem like a distant dream, but the evidence suggests that it could be achievable in just 15 years. Advances in biotechnology, genetics, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence are converging to create breakthroughs that could extend human lifespans indefinitely. While there are certainly challenges to be addressed, the pace of progress is accelerating rapidly, and it is not hard to imagine a world in which people can live indefinitely.

The Ai race will lead to a Race of AIs

The race for Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been heating up for years, and many people believe that we are on the verge of a new era in which machines will be able to think and act like humans. 

But what if this race doesn't lead to the creation of super-intelligent robots, but instead, to the creation of an actual AI race? A race of intelligent, sentient machines competing against one another for dominance. 

 It might sound far-fetched, but it's not as crazy as it sounds. As AI technology continues to evolve and become more sophisticated, it's not hard to imagine a future where machines will be able to learn and adapt on their own, without human intervention. 

And as they become more advanced, they may start to develop their own personalities, desires, and motivations. Imagine a world where intelligent machines compete against each other in a race for supremacy. 

Each machine with its own unique personality, quirks, and goals. Some might be motivated by a desire for power, while others might be driven by a desire to help humanity. 

And just like human beings, they would compete against each other in a variety of ways, using their intelligence, creativity, and resourcefulness to outmaneuver their opponents. 

But what would this AI race actually look like? It's hard to say for sure, but one possibility is that it would take place entirely in the digital realm. Machines could compete against each other in a variety of virtual environments, using algorithms and simulations to test their abilities and compete for resources. 

Another possibility is that the AI race would spill over into the physical world. Machines could build and construct their own bodies, using advanced 3D printing and manufacturing techniques to create robotic bodies that they could inhabit and use to interact with the world around them. 

Of course, there are some serious ethical questions that would need to be addressed if an AI race were to become a reality. What rights would these sentient machines have? Would they be considered property or individuals? And how would we ensure that they didn't pose a threat to humanity? 

But for now, the idea of an AI race is still firmly in the realm of science fiction but maybe not always. While machines are becoming more intelligent and more sophisticated, they are still far from the point where they could compete against each other in a meaningful way. 

W can sit back and imagine what the future might hold. Will we one day witness the birth of an AI race, with machines competing against each other for dominance? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: the race for Artificial Intelligence is just getting started, and the future is sure to be full of surprises.

Actors shouldn’t comply and here’s why

Let's take an honest look at this criticism that is being waged at actors, which is “Don’t take roles of characters who embody traits that you don’t actually have!”- with the justification usually being that it is taking opportunities away from certain under represented groups of people.  

I know that was a mouth full, but bear with me. 

Let’s first start with the argument that actors shouldn’t act as people who aren’t of the same gender, race, age, sexuality, religion, or any other sensitive identity. 

Would you want a Jewish man playing Hitler? 
Would you want a black man playing George Washington? 
Would you want a man playing Chyna in a biopic? 
Would you want an elderly woman playing a teenager girl? 
Would you want a gay man portraying Andrew Tate? 
Would you want an atheist playing Jesus? 

Whether you answered yes or no, does not matter. The reality is some people are made uncomfortable by certain expressions of art and are responding by being an authoritarian; they are going to do everything in their power, just short of taking away your freedom, to stop you. 

Should I care that James Franco is going to play Fidel Castro? John Liggo sure does and he has no issue with expression his feelings toward it. These people in the comments have no problems expression their selective outrage about it. 

At the end of the day, we should not give a fuck what any actor decides to do when it comes to who they will act as. It’s called freedom. 

A New American Identity is born?

The political landscape of America has been changing right before our eyes and I am going to show you how it's changing, why it changed and what it's going to change into. 

In recent years, with the rise of figures like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders along with the attempted all-vaccine mandates, cancel culture and wokeism, political alignments have been shaken up like dice in a game of Yahtzee. 

Perhaps the most significant impact of their rise to power has been the creation of a new political voter base that is seemingly half traditionally right-wing conservatives and the other half traditionally liberal progressives mixed in with libertarians and apoliticalists. 

There are 3 main causes for the creation of this newly emerging political identity: Political Populism, Anti-Authoritarianism and Independent Media. 

These have formed the holy trinity and has given birth to something we have not seen in a long time in this country. - Self Actualization and Self Accountability. 

1. Political Populism 

Our PP gave rise to the unlikely candidates of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump who both enjoyed significant support from working-class voters, voters who felt disenfranchised by the political establishment. While they had different policies and ideologies, they were both able to tap into the same sense of frustration that many people were feeling.

2. Authoritarianism toward vaccine mandates


Authoritarianism regarding mandatory, coercive, and strongly influenced push to get vaccinated has also caused a significant shift in the political landscape. While traditionally right-wing conservatives have been skeptical of government overreach and mandates, many progressives have also become critical of the mandates, arguing that they infringe on individual liberties. This has created a new political space where people on both sides are willing to come together to oppose government intervention.

3. The rise of independent media

Figures like Joe Rogan, Dave Rueben and Tim Pool has also played a role in shaping this new political landscape. These figures are often critical of both the left and the right and promote a more nuanced and independent approach to politics. As a result, they have attracted a diverse following of people who are looking for a different perspective on political issues.
These 3 causes of unlikely bed fellows plus increasing polarization of politics has made many people feel like they don't fit in with either traditional party. As a result, they are looking for alternatives that better reflect their values and beliefs. This has created a new space for independent candidates and third-party movements to emerge, and for voters to think outside the traditional left-right divide.
The New Political Base

If you've been paying attention to politics over the past few years, you might have noticed something strange happening. People who used to be diametrically opposed are now finding common ground. Traditional right-wing conservatives are coming together with liberal progressives, libertarians, and even apoliticalists to form a new political base.


This new base has been shaped by a number of factors, including the presidencies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the rise of Bernie Sanders, and the ongoing debate around COVID-19 vaccine mandates, wokeism, cancel culture, authoritarianism and a whole list of varying topics that polarize the closest of brothers.

On one hand, the Trump presidency energized the traditional conservative base, but also brought many new supporters into the fold who were drawn to his outsider status and populist rhetoric. On the other hand, the Bernie Sanders campaign galvanized progressives with a message of economic justice and political revolution. And as the pandemic raged on, vaccine mandates became a polarizing issue that cut across traditional political lines.

But what ties this new political base together is something deeper than any one issue or politician. They are united by a shared sense of disillusionment with the status quo and a desire for self-actualization and self-accountability. They have lost faith in the establishment and are carving out their own path, regardless of what either the left or right thinks.

This new base can be found in the audiences of figures like Bill Maher, Joe Rogan, Tucker Carlson, Jordan Peterson, Russell Brand, and Andrew Tate. They are also drawn to the ideas of people like Elon Musk, Tim Pool, and Tom Bilyeu. They appreciate the humor of Joe Stuart, Dave Chappelle, and the Impractical Jokers, and the intellectual rigor of Richard Dawkins, Lex Friedman, and Jocko Willink. They are inspired by the independence of Candace Owens, the creativity of Tom MacDonald, MJF and the boldness of Michael Knowles. They are fans of cultural icons like Woody Harrelson, 2Pac, John Wick, and the late George Carlin. These individuals have lost hope in both sides of the traditional political spectrum and are now becoming independents that are carving their own path by doing what is best for them regardless of what any group of people feel about it either on the left or the right. Most more importantly they value self-improvement and personal accountability more than anything else.

This new political base is reshaping the political landscape and challenging traditional notions of left vs. right. It's a movement that values individualism, and self-actualization over groupthink and tribalism.

They are not afraid to challenge the status quo and are willing to take risks to achieve their goals. They believe that their success is a direct result of their own efforts, rather than relying on external factors such as government assistance or institutional support and most importantly they oppose any philosophies that they see as an infringement on their personal freedoms.

Despite their disparate backgrounds and beliefs, this new political base represents a growing force in American politics that is poised to upend the traditional power structures. As more individuals become disillusioned with the existing political establishment, it is likely that this group will continue to grow and exert increasing influence over the political landscape.

Rejecting traditional party politics, they instead prioritize their own values and beliefs. They are not afraid to take a stand on issues they care about, even if it goes against the party line or popular opinion. This trait is evident in their support for political figures who also prioritize individuality and self-accountability, such as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.

Another key trait is their affinity for free speech and open discussion. They value the ability to express themselves freely and are often critical of cancel culture and censorship. This is why many of them are drawn to figures like Bill Maher, Dave Chappelle, and Joe Rogan, who are known for their willingness to tackle controversial topics and push the boundaries of political correctness.

They also tend to be skeptical of traditional media outlets and instead seek out alternative sources of information. This is where their affinity for figures like Tim Pool, Michael Knowles, and Jordan Peterson comes in. These figures offer a different perspective than the mainstream media, and their followers appreciate their willingness to challenge the status quo.

Finally, this new political base values personal growth and self-improvement. They admire figures like Jocko Willink and Andrew Huberman, who promote the idea of taking ownership of one's life and continually striving for self-improvement. They also tend to be fans of motivational speakers like Tony Robbins and Gary Vaynerchuk, who encourage people to pursue their passions and take risks.

David Goggins, for example, has become a source of inspiration for many with his message of personal growth and self-discipline. Sam Harris, with his background in philosophy and neuroscience, has gained a significant following for his discussions on topics such as free will and spirituality. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti, the hosts of the "Rising" podcast, have garnered a wide audience for their unique perspective on politics, which seeks to bridge the gap between left and right. Jimmy Dore has also become a prominent figure within this group, using his platform to critique the mainstream media and advocate for progressive policies. Tom MacDonald, with his provocative lyrics and controversial music videos, has gained a significant following among those who value free speech and individualism. Even 50 Cent, the rapper and entrepreneur, has become a part of this new political landscape with his outspoken views on taxes and wealth redistribution. These diverse personalities are united by their rejection of the traditional left-right political spectrum and their emphasis on individualism, personal accountability, and self-expression.

It's worth noting that the new political voter base is also interested in health and wellness, with Doctor David Sinclair and Dr. Rhonda Patrick being popular figures in the space. Their research and insights on longevity, nutrition, and exercise have attracted a following of individuals who prioritize their physical health as a key component of their personal success.

The new political voter base also values humor and satire, and JP Sears has become a beloved figure for his tongue-in-cheek approach to wellness and spirituality. His comedic stylings provide a reprieve from the often-serious nature of political discourse and serve as a reminder not to take oneself too seriously.

Another factor is the rise of influential voices that challenge the mainstream narrative. Doctors David Sinclair and Rhonda Patrick, for instance, have become popular figures among this group for their research on health and longevity. Meanwhile, comedian JP Sears has gained a following for his satirical take on spiritual and self-help culture. These figures offer a fresh perspective, and their popularity speaks to a growing desire among voters to seek out alternative sources of information and entertainment.

As this new political voter base continues to grow, it remains to be seen what effect it will have on the broader political landscape. However, one thing is for certain: with a diverse range of interests and perspectives, this group is poised to challenge the traditional norms and create a new path forward.

As we look at the current political landscape, it's clear that something is changing. The traditional left versus right dichotomy seems to be breaking down, and in its place, a new political base is emerging, composed of a diverse mix of people who were once diametrically opposed. This new voter base is made up of individuals who are no longer content with blindly following the party line, but instead, they are carving their own path based on what they believe is best for them. They are a mix of traditionally right-wing conservatives, liberal progressives, libertarians, and apoliticalists.

Think of it as a fusion of Bill Maher fans, Joe Rogan fans, Tucker Carlson fans, Jordan Peterson fans, Russell Brand fans, Andrew Tate fans, Elon Musk fans, Tim Pool fans, Tom Bilyeu fans, MJF fans, Impractical Jokers fans, Dave Chappelle fans, Joe Stuart fans, Richard Dawkins fans, Lex Friedman fans, Jocko fans, Andrew Schulz fans, Andrew Huberman fans, Candice Owens fans, Tom MacDonald fans, Chris Rock fans, Matt Walsh fans, Bret Cooper fans, Hodge Twins fans, Woody Harrelson fans

The Deep Purple Heart

Deep purple has emerged as the symbolic color of this new political identity. It represents a blending of red and blue, the traditional colors of the two-party system in the United States. This new identity recognizes that neither party has all the answers and that true progress can only come from a willingness to look beyond traditional partisan labels.

The deep purple voter base is not beholden to any party or ideology. Rather, they prioritize individual liberty and reject authoritarianism in all its forms. They reject the notion that government knows best and believe that individuals should have the freedom to make their own choices without interference from the state. This philosophy is deeply rooted in libertarianism, which emphasizes personal responsibility, limited government, and free markets.

This political identity is defined not by the traditional left-right divide, but by a shared commitment to self-actualization and self-accountability. It is a coalition of individuals who are willing to listen to ideas from all sides of the political spectrum and who are not afraid to challenge conventional wisdom. This is why figures as diverse as Bill Maher and Myron Gaines can coexist within this movement, each bringing their own unique perspective to the table.

For example, Bill Maher has been a vocal critic of the excesses of the progressive left, particularly their embrace of cancel culture and identity politics. He has also been a vocal opponent of Donald Trump and the populist right, warning of the dangers of authoritarianism and conspiracy theories. Maher's willingness to challenge orthodoxy and his commitment to free speech have made him a hero among many in the deep purple voter base.

Similarly, Myron Gaines, a fitness guru and social media personality, has also emerged as a prominent voice in this movement. Gaines emphasizes personal responsibility and self-improvement, encouraging his followers to take control of their own lives and strive for excellence. He has been critical of the nanny state and the idea that the government should be responsible for solving all of our problems. Gaines' message of personal empowerment and self-accountability has resonated with many in the deep purple voter base.

Other figures who have contributed to this new political identity include Ben Shapiro, who has been a leading voice in the conservative movement for years, and Dr. Ronda Patrick, a nutrition expert and podcast host who emphasizes the importance of lifestyle choices in achieving optimal health. Gary Vaynerchuk, a social media entrepreneur and investor, has also been influential, emphasizing the importance of hard work, perseverance, and a growth mindset.

Candace Owens, a conservative commentator and activist, has been critical of the excesses of the progressive left, particularly their embrace of identity politics and cancel culture. She has also been a vocal advocate for individual liberty and personal responsibility, positions that have resonated with many in the deep purple voter base. Bret Weinstein, an evolutionary biologist and podcast host, has been a vocal critic of the excesses of both the progressive left and the populist right, warning of the dangers of tribalism and ideological dogmatism.

Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist and podcast host, has emphasized the importance of mental and emotional health in achieving personal fulfillment and success. The Hodge Twins, social media personalities and comedians, have been critical of the excesses of both the progressive left and the populist right, using humor to challenge conventional wisdom and promote individual liberty.

Patrick Bet-David, a successful entrepreneur and podcast host, has emphasized the importance of entrepreneurship and personal responsibility in achieving success. Michael Knowles, a conservative commentator and author, has been critical of the excesses of the progressive left, particularly their embrace of identity politics and political correctness.

These figures, among others, have helped to create a new political identity that is defined not by party affiliation or ideological dogma, but by a shared commitment to personal liberty and individual responsibility. The deep purple voter base represents aIn conclusion, the rise of figures like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, as well as the debates surrounding vaccine mandates, has created a new political voter base that is half traditionally right-wing conservatives and the other half traditionally liberal progressives mixed with libertarians and apoliticalists. This group of individuals is united by their pursuit of self-actualization and self-accountability and represents a growing force in American politics that is challenging the traditional power structures.

The Fan Base of a new Identity

The fan base of this new identity includes Bill Maher, Joe Rogan, Tucker Carlson, Jordan Peterson, Russell Brand, Andrew Tate, Elon Musk, Tim Pool, Tom Bilyeu, MJF, Impractical Joker fans, Dave Chappelle, Joe Stuart, Richard Dawkins, Lex Friedman, Jocko Willink, Andrew Schultz, Andrew Huberman, Candace Owens, Tom MacDonald, Chris Rock, Bret Weinstein, Hodge Twins, Woody Harrelson, Patrick Bet-David, Michael Knowles, Gary Vaynerchuk, 2Pac, John Wick, George Carlin, and Bill Burr.

Each person in this fan base has contributed in their own unique way to shaping this new political identity. For example, Bill Maher has long been a proponent of free speech and personal responsibility, often challenging both sides of the political spectrum. Joe Rogan has brought together a diverse range of guests on his podcast, encouraging healthy debate and discussion. Tucker Carlson has questioned the establishment and the media, calling for more transparency and honesty. Jordan Peterson has become a mentor to many, promoting personal responsibility and self-improvement.

Others, like Russell Brand and Andrew Tate, have challenged the status quo in their own unique ways. Brand has been a vocal advocate for spiritual awakening and consciousness, while Tate promotes the benefits of physical fitness and taking control of your life. Elon Musk has revolutionized the tech industry, pushing for sustainable energy and space exploration. Tim Pool has become a respected journalist and commentator, offering thoughtful analysis and commentary on the issues of the day. And Tom Bilyeu has built an entire business around personal development, helping people to achieve their full potential.

Even those known for their comedy have played a role in shaping this new identity. Dave Chappelle, for example, has used his platform to address social and political issues in a way that is both thought-provoking and hilarious. And Impractical Jokers, while not overtly political, have shown the power of humor to bring people together and break down barriers.

But it's not just the famous names that have contributed to this new identity. Individuals like Bret Weinstein and the Hodge Twins have challenged the mainstream narrative on issues like race and identity, encouraging people to think critically and independently. Andrew Huberman and Dr. Rhonda Patrick have brought attention to the importance of health and wellness, encouraging people to take control of their own health. And Candace Owens and Patrick Bet-David have become outspoken advocates for personal responsibility and entrepreneurship.

Even those outside of the political and media world have played a role in shaping this new identity. Myron Gaines, for example, has built a massive following by encouraging people to take control of their own finances and pursue financial independence. Figures who of Have influenced a new identity

Myron Gaines: As a fitness coach and influencer, Myron Gaines has inspired many to take control of their physical health and well-being through fitness and nutrition. His emphasis on the importance of discipline, consistency, and hard work has resonated with those seeking to transform their bodies and minds through exercise David Hoggins: As a world-renowned fitness expert and author, David Hoggins has inspired millions to push past their physical and mental limits to achieve their full potential. His emphasis on the power of discipline, hard work, and self-improvement has resonated deeply with individuals seeking to take control of their lives and better themselves. Ben Shapiro: A prominent conservative commentator, Ben Shapiro's articulate and incisive critiques of progressive politics and culture have galvanized many on the right. His emphasis on individual rights, free markets, and the importance of traditional values has helped shape the political outlook of many in this new identity.

Dr. Ronda Patrick: As a leading expert on health and longevity, Dr. Ronda Patrick has provided a wealth of evidence-based insights and practical advice on how to optimize one's physical and mental well-being. Her emphasis on the importance of nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle factors in achieving optimal health has resonated with those seeking to take control of their own health.

Michael Knowles: As a commentator and author, Michael Knowles has been a vocal critic of progressive politics and culture, often highlighting the dangers of identity politics, cancel culture, and other left-wing trends. His defense of traditional values and individual rights has resonated with many on the right and those seeking a more nuanced understanding of the political landscape.

Gary Vee: As a successful entrepreneur and social media influencer, Gary Vee has inspired many to take control of their own careers and pursue their passions with determination and grit. His emphasis on the importance of hard work, perseverance, and self-belief has resonated with those seeking to build their own paths in life.

Bret Weinstein: As a biologist and commentator, Bret Weinstein has been a vocal critic of identity politics, cancel culture, and other left-wing trends. His emphasis on the importance of free speech, reason, and intellectual honesty has resonated with those seeking to challenge the status quo and pursue truth.

Hodge Twins: As popular social media personalities and comedians, the Hodge Twins have used humor to skewer progressive politics and culture, often lampooning the excesses of political correctness and cancel culture. Their irreverent approach has resonated with many on the right and those seeking a more lighthearted take on the political landscape.

Andrew Huberman: As a leading neuroscientist and educator, Andrew Huberman has provided a wealth of insights into the workings of the human brain and how we can optimize our mental and emotional states. His emphasis on the importance of mindfulness, meditation, and other practices in achieving greater well-being has resonated with those seeking to improve their mental health and emotional resilience.

Candace Owens: As a conservative commentator and activist, Candace Owens has been a vocal critic of progressive politics and culture, often highlighting the dangers of identity politics, cancel culture, and other left-wing trends. Her emphasis on individual rights, traditional values, and the importance of personal responsibility has resonated with many on the right and those seeking to challenge the prevailing narratives.

Dave Chappelle: As a stand-up comedian and social commentator, Chappelle has offered a new perspective on race, politics, and culture, and has helped to bridge the gap between different communities and political ideologies

John Stuart: Through his social media presence, Stuart has encouraged a new generation of young people to be politically engaged and to challenge the status quo, inspiring a new sense of optimism and hope for the future.

Richard Dawkins: As an evolutionary biologist and science writer, Dawkins has challenged traditional religious beliefs and encouraged a new kind of scientific literacy, helping to build a new identity based on reason and evidence.

Lex Friedman: As a prominent AI researcher and podcast host, Friedman has helped to make complex scientific concepts accessible to a wider audience, encouraging a new kind of curiosity and wonder about the world.

Jocko Willink: As a former Navy SEAL and leadership consultant, Willink has offered a new kind of approach to personal development and self-improvement, emphasizing discipline, responsibility, and resilience.

Andrew Schultz: As a stand-up comedian and podcast host, Schultz has built a following among young people who value irreverence and a willingness to speak their minds, helping to break down political barriers and encourage a new kind of political engagement.

Patrick Bet-David: As a successful entrepreneur and educator, Patrick Bet-David has inspired many to take control of their own financial futures and pursue their dreams with determination and strategic thinking. His emphasis on the importance of self-education, risk-taking, and resilience has resonated with those seeking to build their own businesses and take control of their financial lives.

MJF: As a wrestler and actor, MJF has built a following among young people who value irreverence and a willingness to challenge conventional wisdom, helping to build a new identity based on humor and a rejection of political correctness.

Impractical Jokers: Through their popular TV show, the Impractical Jokers have created a space for people who value lighthearted humor and a willingness to make fun of themselves and others, helping to break down political barriers and encourage a sense of community.

Bill Maher: Through his show, Maher has been able to bring together guests with diverse political opinions and encourage civil discourse on divisive issues, helping to bridge the gap between traditional left and right views.

Joe Rogan: As a popular podcast host, Rogan has given a platform to guests from all backgrounds and ideologies, including controversial figures, which has helped to break down political barriers and open up new conversations.

Tucker Carlson: By challenging traditional conservative views on issues like immigration and trade, Carlson has been able to create a new space for conservative-minded individuals who don't necessarily align with the establishment Republican party.

Jordan Peterson: Through his lectures and books, Peterson has encouraged a new generation of young men to take responsibility for their lives and develop their own sense of purpose, helping to build a new political identity based on individualism and self-improvement.

Russell Brand: As an outspoken critic of the political establishment, Brand has helped to channel the frustrations of young people who feel disillusioned with traditional politics, and has offered a vision for a more just and equitable society.

Andrew Tate: As a former professional fighter and entrepreneur, Tate has become a popular figure among young people who value individualism, self-reliance, and a strong work ethic.

Elon Musk: As a visionary entrepreneur and advocate for renewable energy, Musk has inspired a new generation of young people to pursue their own dreams and challenge the status quo, regardless of political ideology.

Tim Pool: Through his independent reporting and commentary, Pool has created a new space for people who value facts and data over political rhetoric, and has encouraged a new kind of political engagement based on reason and evidence.

Tom Bilyeu: As the founder of Impact Theory, Bilyeu has built a platform for young people to learn about personal growth and self-improvement, and has encouraged a new generation of young people to take responsibility for their own lives and build a better future.

In conclusion, this new political identity is made up of people from all walks of life who have come together around a common thread of self-actualization and self-accountability. These individuals have challenged the establishment, questioned the mainstream narrative, and encouraged people to think for themselves. While they may not all agree on every issue, they are united in their commitment to personal responsibility and individual freedom. As America heads into a new era of politics, this new identity will undoubtedly play a significant role in shaping the future of the country.