Hacking a Human Mind in Conversation: Penetrating the Conscious Minds Critical Factor to Elicit a Desired Response
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Hello. Welcome to form 2020 thank you so much for joining us from all over the world for 2020 would have not happened without the support and the love from the volunteers, our amazing speakers and the most important you our attendees. Thank you so much social influence manipulation attackers motive, and have been traditionally used in psychological operations like social engineering, and similar thought. Our first talk for the day is hacking the human mind in conversation by Josh Patrick. He is a clinical psych counselor with British Columbia Association in Canada. He combines his vast experience with mental health with advanced practical Mind Body knowledge to teach how a human mind works and how it can be exploited. So let's have Josh on the stage now.
Hello I'm Josh. I'm a clinical counselor from New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. Tonight we have an extra special presentation, we'll be talking about how to hack a human mind in conversation. And this is done by penetrating the conscious minds critical factor. And we do this to elicit a desired response from our target. This is an advanced psychological presentation that will detail how the Homo sapiens sapiens minds, conscious critical factor operates. Now, this factor governs the responsiveness to any demands made upon that human and it regulates whether that human will comply or not comply to those demands. And the factor is inherent inside the human's conscious mind. And it's getting this responsiveness in order to protect the person's security. their family's security or their organization security. But hacking a human mind in conversation really means understanding how this unique humans critical factor operates and how it gets these commands and whether it will respond favorably to how you want them to respond, or whether they don't respond. Now this process is of course employed in social engineering. When we're trying to get someone to do something, they may not want to respond. So we might see ob ck our identity or our intent. Alternatively, we can rely upon understanding how the psychology of this critical factor operates in order to formulate our suggestions upon this person, so that they'll respond with the highest Success. So penetrating the human mind means bypassing suggestions through the conscious mind through this critical factor and delivering the suggestions to the subconscious mind where it gives us a tape of root access. When you can deliver your suggestions directly to someone's subconscious mind, they will respond a lot higher frequency. So within the human consciousness, we have a conscious mind and a subconscious mind. The conscious mind are things that you have direct, present awareness on. And this allows us to be able to not have to think about everything all at once. The conscious mind includes awareness of our sensory perceptions, intuition, and her cognitive mind, or cognitive mind is the active thought processes The imagery in our mind or the mental narrative, the voice inside of our mind, the subconscious mind, compared to the conscious mind contains many more processes. And it has access to a lot more retrievable information from our memories from our surroundings, from our surroundings, our sensory info and from exterior and from extra sensory perceptions. The conscious mind fades into the subconscious, meaning that we have areas that were highly focused upon, and then other areas that fade into background awareness. So what's called the lemon is the supposed border that divides the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. When we say something is subliminal. It means that it's below the conscious mind awareness, but that the subconscious mind is aware of it. So as demands are made upon a human, the critical factor analyzes how these demands are being made upon the human and whether that they should respond or not. By adjusting our communication to allow these suggestions to pass through the critical factor, we'll have a lot more success of our demands upon this person. So consciousness has a focused locus, that's the area or the point of awareness, and sometimes we have multiple areas that we're focused on.
Another area that will come into play is the fight flight freeze response. This is the autonomic nervous systems response when an organism is under a lot of stress that they perceive as potentially threatening or dangerous. This response helps us to fight back or To run away, however, it also can cause emotional, emotional reactions. So sometimes if we want to. So sometimes the fight flight freeze response creates emotional reactions, and this reactivity can sometimes also be helpful. So the difficulty level of achieving a desired elicited response from a human is determined by how aligned your will is to that humans will. Of course, if this is something that that human doesn't want to do, the difficulty level gets higher, but it just requires more use of the techniques that we'll be talking about. So when you're hacking a human's mind in a conversation, We can either hack their mind by force that is using threats or fear or intense stimulation to try to break their will and get them to get them to break their will knowingly. Alternatively, we can just formulate our suggestions so that they bypass the conscious minds critical factor. And in this way we can control someone's elicited response by in training their conscious mind. And so there's definite benefits to using consciousness in treatments over control by force. When you use control by force, you'll be affecting that human afterwards. If we use consciousness in treatment, they may never know what hit them. So when we choose a human to target We want to choose a human that we will likely have higher success in getting our desired desired respond response. And desired response might be a behavior that they do some sort of action. It might be for them to adopt a certain belief or thinking pattern. Or it might be for them to feel a certain emotion or have a certain reaction in a certain situation. We want to choose a certain human with a likelihood of either following through with a behavior, a thought or an emotion, that we could actually choose the humans specifically to target each of these types of responses. So there's three phases when we want to choose a human to hack their mind. First, we want to target a human and produce a psychological profile. how their critical factor and their conscious mind operates. Then we want to modify our communication patterns in order to communicate with this person's conscious mind to bypass our suggestions into their subconscious mind,
then we want
to entrain their consciousness to a certain level of consciousness depth, that's the state of either arousal or relaxation. And we want to strengthen our relationship to them or create a relationship of friction based on what type of desired response we want out of that human. So the first phase is targeting a human. We want to select a human for their ability and susceptibility for the suggestions we're going to give them. So humans form groups normally, and we can look at what type of a group or what we call a morpha they're in by their fino typical presentation. Oftentimes people will naturally divide into subcultures, or organizations or cliques. And by looking at the group that they're operating in, we can start to see what type of role that they see as potentially their purpose. By understanding that humans purpose, we can see what direction their will is taking them, and what level of targeting and hacking will be necessary in order to elicit our desired response. So a human morpha is a species phenotypical variety that happens within a shared environment. For example, you might have hackers and they dress all in black and they're able to work with technology and computers and they might have a different purposes but it's within a set of defined rules. For example, white hat or grey hat or black hat.
human typical marpha is, for example, a Democrat or a Republican, you can start to see their political views coming through the groups they operate in, and also their belief systems and feelings. So identifying humans morpha can help us see their will or their and their purpose. So by understanding that purpose, we can start to modify how much degree of consciousness and treatment is necessary in order to elicit or desired response. So through your lifespan, your brain develops differently based on the different activities that you participate in. If you're a very visual person and you like to watch movies, then the visual circuits in your brain will be highly developed.
like music and you're a very auditory person, the nervous system will develop to focus upon hearing. If you're a very spatial or physically oriented person, the nervous system develops and it focuses more on movement and action. If you're a very emotionally focused person, the nervous system develops and so you're aware more of emotions with inside yourself or other people. These Nervous System developments are what we call assets. They're channels where the volume to the conscious brain is a lot higher. For example, if someone was a film student, any visual cues sent to their brain will be paying more attention to them, for example, potentially emotional cues. So when we approach a human, we want to see what channels their nervous system is listening to. And we want to start focusing on how to send our suggestions through those channels. People often relate to the world based on how develop certain assets are, for example, a visually focused person might say, Do you see what I'm saying? whereas an auditory person might say, Do you hear what I'm saying? and so forth. So, if we use the language of the channels that that person has developed, those suggestions will be more powerful upon them. So humans use communication boundaries, in order to keep some distance between ourselves and other people and other events and action. So if you are thinking Someone who feels physically invulnerable, you may use your emotional boundaries to keep the world at bay. Whereas if you're emotionally vulnerable, you may use physical elements to keep people away. The same is true if you feel mentally vulnerable, you may use your physical body or your emotional boundaries to keep distance. What this means is that sometimes people feel that their emotions are vulnerable. So they'll draw more attention towards their body. And if someone tries to elicit attention towards their emotions, they'll divert back to their body and do direct physical action. Whereas if someone feels physically vulnerable, they'll be drawing attention away from their body and away from physical actions into emotional topics are into intellectual subjects, these communication boundaries Actually are operating within all conversations with people. Oftentimes, you'll have a human who is what we call physically suggestible. There's someone who likes to go out into a social setting, dress up really nicely, and have the attention on themselves and their physical form. In this way, their emotions may be vulnerable.
If you give a physically
suggestible person, a direct command to their body, they're much more likely to respond than if you were to make a suggestion to their emotions or to their thoughts. Whereas for an emotionally suggestible person, they take inferential commands, meaning if I were to physically tell them what to do directly, they're not likely to respond. But if I were to inferentially To drop suggestions, they'll start to put the pieces together, and then they'll respond to that. So in phase two of hacking a human's mind, we take the psychological profile that we've made of their human morpha. That group set there and which identifies their purpose. We also take their suggestibility typing, which defines whether they'll respond to direct commands to the body, or whether we have to formulate commands inferentially for their emotions, and then we look at what neurological assets are defined, whether they're a visual person or an auditory person, or they're a spatial person, and we formulate our communications on these channels that are highly defined. In phase two, we're going to be adapting our communications using this psychological profile. In order to allow the demands we make upon this person to increase in the response that we want to get. So communications are adapted to exploit the conscious critical factor vulnerabilities inherent in this target. So when we're communicating with our target, we want to mirror their purpose, focus on their assets channels, and use suggestibility taping.
we communicate with a target, we want to mirror that targets purpose, focus on their asset channels, and use suggestibility typing, but modifying our language to bypass their critical factor based on whether they're emotionally focused or physically focused in terms of responsiveness. And we want to figure out where that person is in terms of their personal narrative. What's going on, generally for themselves in their life, so our communications should mirror target's purpose and focus on those asset channels that are developed for them. We should also use suggestibility taping, that's the type of language that their critical factor will allow to access the subconscious mind. We also want to identify their own personal narrative, their place in life, and their tone, that's their mood and their outlook on life. So animals naturally will mirror the behaviors, thoughts and feelings of those that are surrounding them, their peers, so people that they feel secure around, the human will naturally start to mirror them, they'll start to behave the same, adopt similar mannerisms. They'll start to think in certain similar thought patterns and adopt similar beliefs and worldviews, and they may feel emotionally similar feelings to those people around them. By mirroring a target, we increase the allowance of the critical factor to respond to the suggestions we make upon them.
So we can
mirror their mood, the type of language they use, the tone of language, and the quality of communication. And this in trains the conscious mind meaning that it will open up and follow the directions that we're giving the target. The subconscious mind is naturally picking up on this mirroring, and it allows more suggestions to pass through the critical factor when it's being mirrored. So consciously in this process, an attacker can take this mirroring lead and give directions the amount of suggestibility will increase To a perceived authority figure, meaning if someone seem to have figured it out in their thoughts or their behaviors, we're likely to follow their lead.
type of suggestibility or the suggestibility kinds that we want to use. Refer to how we formulate our language of the suggestions we're making. dr. john cap as a hypnotist wrote detailed descriptions on physical suggestibility versus emotional suggestibility, physically suggestibility physically suggestible people take direct directions to their behaviors. So you can tell if someone is physically suggestible if they enjoy awareness or attention placed on their actions or their body. And these types of people will respond more to direct commands like dance with me Or do the dishes
compared to physically
suggestible people, emotionally suggestible, people do not respond well to direct suggestions because they don't appreciate that attention on their body. Instead, their mind allows suggestions that are made inferentially such as, it'd be so much fun if you are dancing with me. The subconscious mind is picking up what I'm saying that I want them to dance with me, but their emotions are getting this request. So I'm not allowed to make it directly a subset of subsection of intellectual suggestibility, that means they won't follow your suggestions or demands made upon them unless they have an intellectual reason to believe them. So communicating to our target, we want to identify whether they're suggestible to direct commands, whether they're physically suggestible or whether they're suggestible To indirect commands inferential suggestions, that's emotional suggestible people. And there's different subsets within this based on how comfortable someone feels. In a certain behavior or belief system, or certain emotional feeling. People will avoid certain topics or actions or feelings based on past negative experiences. But just look at what behaviors and thoughts and feelings that they will present to you and mirror those back to them. So within the Star Wars documentaries, we saw a good example of direct suggestibility that's making direct commands.
persuasion was the ability of agendize to make direct commands give insinuating body language and use their psychic psychic netic influence to get desired results.
So we want
to adapt our communications to a target personal narrative. If that person's mood is very low, we want to match and mirror that mood. If they're someone who's very peppy, and they have a high mood, there's someone who's really effervescent and happy. We want to hear that too. Because the critical factor allows suggestions made by someone who that they perceive is like them in the same personal place in life are the same personal tone of consciousness. So if somebody is very depressed, and you make very happy suggestions to them, the critical factor will totally disregard those suggestions. So humans naturally follow a personal narrative means how they relate to the world in terms of what they're trying to accomplish. And their position in this. So if someone feels like a victim, we want to use that victim language and mirror back to them. So empathetically reflecting a target's personal place. Using elements from their own narrative will allow our suggestions to bypass this critical factor and go directly to the subconscious mind. So when someone feels that they're familiar with you, their behaviors, thoughts and actions become the last card in there, those three responses that are more casual, they feel like they have a more range of personal expression. Whereas if they feel like you're a stranger, or that the attention upon them is critical of them, then they'll revert to more rehearsed behaviors. Those are the sort of automatic responses Have a person. So by matching the tone of language of the targets mood, we will definitely increase the suggestibility. Great, so we've chosen a target we've out made a psychological profile of them and based on what tape elicited response we want we choose a human who is likely to respond. So if we want someone to do an action a behavior, we will be choosing a physically suggestible person and making direct commands. Whereas if we want someone to believe a certain belief or adopt a city thought pattern and will choose someone who's emotionally suggestible. Once we've adapted our communications in order to bypass them through the conscious minds critical factor. They're just delivered to the subconscious mind where we have a higher rate of desired response. This third phase of our Communication is to improve train their consciousness. This is the amount of religion connection that we have This person and this is terrain by this strength of that relationship. The quality of it But also the depth how relaxed or activated their nervous system. So conscious entities will Naturally entrained to the center inputs an action Others around them me If you're really hyper people will start to feel hyper around you. Whereas if you start to talk slowly Lower and calmer. That will have a calming effect on those around you. So the stronger the relational connection will love For more responsiveness to our suggestions, So within any relationship connection in a conversation. It follows a certain stage
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allow for us to connect to a person develop this relationship. May are suggestions and then allow for that person. have their response If Develop the relationship In order to have A lot of quality in a relationship. But also attain the desired depth. relaxation won't be able to achieve a state That is significantly higher at producing the results we want. So the first step in any religion Tip is establishing rapport. We want to introduce ourselves, get to know the person a bit me Make them feel comfortable as we say If someone feels comfortable Have a greater range of expression And so we can elicit create our range of desired comes now We want to identify the purpose or the goal of this conversation What am I I tried to achieve out of this Human target Then we want to give Whatever behavior contextualize Are requests Obtain however Much consent, we can game from a human Someone agrees to something Even if they don't know what they're agreeing to We have a higher likelihood They will follow through Next, we want to use relaxation techniques To achieve A relaxed state of consciousness. Wherever responsiveness is much higher. Alternatively, if we Want to cause a reaction Cause a strong emotional response in this person Then we want to elevate the active up their nervous system instead Relaxing them But when someone is in a deeply relaxed state, they are way more open. to receiving suggestions because the conscious mind is fading into subconscious As the critical factor is not running as strong. And so we can commute make a mark directly to this subject. conscious mind then we after we've made our signal questions we want to close our conference Oh wow That target to reemerge to a normal state of awareness and then to brief
depth of consciousness that we want To achieve an order to increase suggestibility Is this state of deep relaxing station between being awake and being asleep when I'm here in an in between state of deep relaxing. station the conscious critical factor in the mind becomes your ally. In our A lot more responsiveness to Or consciousness is Bye is Ram Hang out with more energetic if it feels like there's a thing Breath. Perfect feels like it needs to handle something or it can become more relaxed if it feels like there's a no immediate stressors upon it. our nervous system is naturally navigating the states of awareness or states of activation based on The tapes of perceived action that centers so if we want it Because of strong emotional response, we can cause the nervous system to become activated. To stressors But agitating the critical factor With tapes of suggest ability that the person is likely to respond to In order to Increase suggestibility we Want to achieve the in between state of deep relaxation where the critic factor is loled m commands are alive. to bypass it directly to the subconscious Mind So the
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Start when you're asleep. They call that delta waves The state of being in Between sleep And awake is called Deep alpha for theta waves In this video between state that sucks. testability goes up, but in order to To achieve that Target nice feel secure in the conversation. So we follow the path of the stage. of the relationship
drugs have it dynamic of effect on the new Nervous System and we want to be Where if some Nobody is on any drugs. That will increase or decrease the likelihood of achieving a desired response out of them. For example, stimulants will increase the nervous systems activation So they're likely to react and become more active. debated rather than to achieve that. relaxed in between state Alcohol On the other hand is a depressant overall and will help to relax people make them more vulnerable to suggestion But it also can create emotional reactivity and compulsivity. Cannabis might increase relaxation. In euphoria products It also causes dissociation psychedelics may affect someone's perceptual awareness and maybe may become A lot more heightened to suggestions. altering someone's perceptions in May In some way To spiritual suggestions as Well hypnotics Increase relaxation and suggestibility Bye So reduce responsiveness
devils bread scopolamine are hyoscine is a delirium it's used as a seasickness medication, or for gastrointestinal cramps. But it's known to cause someone to increase in suggestions. antidepressants may lower neurological reactivity and increase someone's mood ability, but also their psychological happiness. Let's look at some of the experiments. done by the CIA in the past. They were investigating different methods of using hypnosis in conversation. To identify what range of responses you could get out of a topic. Get whether they would respond and do so. Thing outside of their normal behaviors. If you were to use hypnosis So Interview they are To professional hypnotist. Do you think that this system would be useful in obtaining information from a recalcitrant obstinate an entirely uncooperative individual And they said yes Definitely and how Do you think individuals could be controlled by hypnosis. This is Very difficult subject post hypnotics will last 20 years and will be very strong if reinforced from time to time. However if, however, if direct control is wanted, and particularly without reinforcement, perhaps 12 hours would be the most you could expect and even then, a possibility It exists that the person under hypnosis might second please be awakened. CIA was experimenting with what they called HIPAA. careers. This was putting someone in into a hypnotic trance reciting material that they Were to memorize The conscious mind was not aware memorizing In this information could only be retrieved Using A secret Past code and under him gnosis again So they're using people to kill Secret Messages could only be retrieved I under hypnosis So they Try to hypnotize experiment to grow See whether they could program them. To take secret code words and be respond with certain behaviors. That is said off with a bit To be detonator for a bomb And they found that the experiment was carried Perfectly without any difficulty or has dictation on the plane of either of the girls. Another experiment they conducted was on one of the CIA's secretaries They put her into a state of hypnosis and she was programmed to kill another person using firearm and this particular person was made averse to firearms. And they found that they could succeed. Get her using conversational hypnosis. to fire upon someone else And later not remember Doing so So the river In the CIA, a document Frankly, I'd now distressed Much of what is written by academic experts on hypnotism Partly This is because my Have them appear To have generalized trauma very few cases Partly because much of their cautious pessimism is contradicted by ag experimenters. But more particularly because I personally have worked Next behavior responses Which respected experts have said are impossible to attain. So
in conclusion hacking a human mind and Conversation means finding a human target, analyzing their psychological profile. To determine their suggested abilities. That is What factors will allow suggestions to pass through The conscious minds critical Actor and allow compliance with either a desired behavior emotional feeling or thought so specifically Target vulnerabilities allow the suggestions to pass through this critical factor and we are able to communicate them directly with the subconscious mind This becomes increasingly difficult as our wills diverge, but as we saw in ca experiments, they were are able to achieve basically what they thought was previously impossible so target Human is analyzed for their specific suggests abilities. We can look at They're more fun or what group they Operating to see there Purpose You want to upgrade Appearing in line With their purpose. We also want to communicate to those neurological assets, what channels of sensory awareness have been developed in this person Are they a visual person The spatial person
want to use suggestibility taping formulating our suggest As direct or indirect whether they are physically suggestible or emotionally suggestible. So communications are adapting to penetrate this critical factor we use hearing of the persons psychological factors Like their mood and language and tone, and we use those suggestibility kinds of language. Such as direct suggestions or indirect suggestions. And we use language that matches someone's personal narrative where they're at in life. tone and
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become Fair More suggestible to come. And so by training a human using the stages of conversation into a deeply relaxed state. will greatly impact Our ability to elicit a desired response Whereas if we want to Causing emotional reaction or reactivity or volatility in this human, then we want to activate their nervous system by irritating the critic. factor with suggestions. They're not likely to respond to Also We've learned that drugs will affect a state of Consciousness Course
learn more About Me, you can see my website Josh health dot com or counselor app Laika dot studio or IBD Go health.com So our backdrop was painted by to name them He's done our video production you Go check her out on Instagram. The End Consent The force is strong in you study it and Become a force master Good luck and
Hi, Josh, thank you so much for joining us today. And for an amazing presentation that you've recorded for us. Thank you. We have few questions and from our audience, and let me ask you one by one. The first question is, what's the background that you have? I mean, where did you get it? What's the artwork? Thank you so much for joining us today for an amazing presentation that you've recorded for us. Thank you. We have few questions.
Okay, I'm ready. So you're asking about the background artwork. That was a mural done by Janine Dunn. And you can look at her website. I believe it for lab dot design. The painting was done to show a crowd of people gathered around. Obviously right now we're doing social distancing. But the topic was about looking at humans in conversation, and obviously we can't gather in a big group right now. So that this is just something that
well, all of our groups have changed. Totally.
Fair enough. Thank you. The next question is, how do we how do we identify what are our critical factors?
Yeah, a lot of the details were in the presentation. And I've provided the link to the slides and you can look more closely at the details. The critical factor is basically Simply the heart of the conscious mind that guards our responses to outside requests made upon us. So I tend to find your own critic. factor. You want to Look at yourself one of the keys As if you're a physically suggestible person versus an emotionally suggestible person Physically suggests People, they say it's around 10% of the population Bye There are people who like to have tension from These big crowds upon Upon their face bodies and So people who dress up really nicely and who have a lot of things In their outfit to draw attention to their physical body's there. going to be a lot more physically suggestible which means they're going to take direct commands. So you can see in like Star Wars movies they're using called direct commands to the people they're trying to use force persuasion with like Don't need to look at these droids or whatever he says. That's a really direct command. So only people who are physically suggestible We'd respond to command like that. Whereas the opposite of physical suggestible is called emotionally suggestible, these people take over. commands inferentially so you have to do a lot more Basically explaining break things down. Basically the Mind is Using emotional details like a barrier between responding to what you want, so you have to basically allow their subjects Just mind to assemble the command from within all of the details that you're giving to a person
simply start To the inferentially just say how Nice it was Be for you to do the things You want them to do
The subconscious Mind sort of Pick up the piece And we'll put them together.
Break And that people are a balance Between Being me Emotionally suggestible or physical suggestible either taking direct commands or Indirect commands And you can look yourself in any real kinship To end Their person or Group Just see Yours How you are responding Just certain suggestions are better behaviors made in the group. Are by a group leader. To start Seeing what you certain critical factors are
In terms of suggestibility,
and another thing I talked about was neurological assets, meaning
Fear raised typing on a keyboard here. A lot more likely to taste sick today. suggestion to type command for example,
whereas people who have never used a keyboard before It's gonna be a lot more difficult to get them to use a keyboard A simple example but You Yeah so we see him A big group of people One simple Command We'll have Six, Seven Only and Very specific People within the Group
All right. Josh, we have one last Question cause We're running out of time. Anything like MK unstruck would ever happen again. Or is it happening under I mean
The Mkl Projects were discovering the basic science principles of the security of the mind and these Hypnosis like we went through examples to show Like what was possible using conversational hacking, and what sort of behavior outcomes you could get, and they used chemical drugs. They used electroshock and Are there certain combination of technologies They had discovered the basic principles of the security of the mind I some people have suggested that these technologies are maybe used by outside agencies or groups such as the MR cool project monarch today Create a basically live agent. I won't speculate if that's real or not But it's definitely possible with the technology Like the quote that CIA or laughing about is that Most of what you hear is What is theoret possible from people in psychology is not true. Like you can do much more More than what they say is possible. I Yeah, you have to imagine That if you can be doing this that they might be doing it and for the security of our nation's if it is possible, you would hope that we are doing it to protect our nation. But being done in a way that doesn't turn people's backs into scrambled eggs. And that's it. Finding that right best I suppose And This isn't it. ethical Talk, but the possibility is there and most people do not believe at all what is possible because their views of the mind is very simple. Stick Bass They don't incorporate The subconscious mind Like what I was explaining and it's talk as if you can gain access To this sub conscious. You can basically own their mind sort of responsiveness.
All right. Thank you so much, Josh for sharing your love And knowledge, to all of For us, so yeah Thank you again. For the attendees, stay tuned. We will be back for the next stop which is at it in one hour. No 10 minutes from now. So yeah, thank you. Bye bye bye Josh. Thanks