This work draws inspiration from the aesthetic of thermal camera imaging used in the surveillance industry. It warns about the rapid technological progress and the growing use of data collection algorithms. In surveillance capitalism, these algorithms have replaced human beings, turning them into quantified selves. This excessive connectivity has led to an increase in psychiatric and behavioural emergencies. Additionally, the rising global temperature is causing irreversible environmental damage. If we do not collectively change our current consumption model and resource depletion practices, our ability to prevent international conflicts will be severely limited.