I see it everyday. I run across it in nearly every conversation. I see people pulling up things on their phones and after only a few seconds they are going to something else because the article was too long or the video seemed boring. A lot of my friends and family get agitated when I start “preaching”, as they call it. They say “just get to the point”! Well the “point” that America has gotten to is that society has absolutely no attention span. They do not have the discipline to read a book let alone an article that has a few paragraphs to it.
The globalists have influenced the majority of society to chip away at the ability to really focus on something and to critically think about what the person is reading, watching, or listening to. This deliberate social engineering is done in order to keep people from “waking up” to the attack, on all fronts, to all of humanity.
As long as they can keep people lulled into their favorite tv show, sports, or social media people won’t be hyper aware of what is being done to them on a global scale. I know people that don’t “see” danger until it walks up and knocks them down. When you try and point out things to these types of people they will get very angry and act just like a child. They want you to “shut up” and let them go back to their “safe spaces”. It is apparently too painful for them to face the horrible reality that we live in. I was forced, at a young age, to accept reality whether I wanted to or not. My life depended on me being very aware of everything around me. I also have gotten through life without any vices. I have never had anything to “numb the pain” of daily life. It’s hard but I would not have it any other way.
There are many roads and paths to take in life. Some of these paths are short, well paved, and get you to a place quickly. Then there are those paths that are rough, full of twists and turns, and take a long time to navigate. The problem with taking the “quick and easy” path is that you do not learn from that trip. When a person has to take that “long and rough” road they learn life long lessons from the journey. Every American needs to stop looking for “instant gratification” and start focusing in on the reality that’s been created. As hard as it is to face these tyrannical globalist’s actions, it is the only way we come out of this without becoming their serfs.
Key Average Attention Span Statistics
Research has revealed that human beings are, indeed, lagging behind the goldfish in terms of being able to focus on a task or object.
- The average human has an attention span of just 8.25 seconds according to recent studies – 4.25 seconds less than in 2000.
- The average human attention span decreased by nearly 25% between 2000 and 2015, and now we’re lagging behind the goldfish (9 second attention span) in terms of our ability to focus on tasks or objects.
- The average teenager who is 14 years old has an attention span of 28 to 42 minutes according to developmental researchers.
- The average 16 year old has an attention span of 32 to 48 minutes.
- The humble goldfish has a 9 second attention span, which is higher than the average human has.
- 25% of teens forget important details of their close relatives and friends.
- 7% of people forget their own birthday occasionally.
- 39% of Americans have forgotten one basic piece of information or lose one item they use on a daily basis in the last week.
- On average, an office worker will check their email inbox 11 times an hour.
- The average person picks up their phone more than 1,500 times every week – that’s once every 5.5 minutes!
- The phone takes up, on average, 3 hours and 16 minutes of someone’s day.
- Users will read, at most, 28% of the words during an average visit of a web page, but 20% is more likely.
- The average page visit lasts less than 1 minute, and users typically leave web pages in only 10 to 20 seconds.
- The average amount of time someone watches an internet video is 2.7 minutes.
- 59% of senior executives prefer to watch a video than read text if they had the choice.
So, did you make it to the end of this post?