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Time Travelling Transhumans (T3)
« on: December 04, 2012, 07:30:50 PM »
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Time Travelling Transhumans (T3)          





            Time is always in the present,
because the moment in which you read this is in the past and the future is only
a figment of your imagination so regard the present with nostalgia knowing that
a millisecond away, in the future, exists thoughts to think. Welcome to the mode
of neural text, reverse causality, non-locality and quantum entanglement where
the traveller is the journey into entropy;
a world in transition; after 9/11, after the oil spill, after the economic
meltdown, after the tsunami, after Fukushima, after Gaddafi, after 21st Century
melancholia upholstered by anti-psychotic drugs help us forget ?the good old
days? because it?s business as usual for the 1%, so what were you doing on the 29th Oct 2011, when Japanese
IT expert, Shigeru Kondo, successfully calculated the ten trillionth digit of
Pi?


            OK, so we've advanced mathematically
but would you trust an algorithm to predict the future?


            Christopher Ahlberg, CEO Of Recorded
Future
, states that his mission is to; ?Record and analyze all that is
known about the future, and make it available for analysis"


            He doesn't see an 'open source' version
of the program being released anytime soon. They're funded by the CIA so what
do you expect? Can?t wait to see how it all works out, but if you'd told your
psychiatrist back in 1900 that this stuff was going to happen he'd have had you
committed to an insane asylum.


            2012 is in place. Eternity is setting
in.   


            Plato reputedly created the concept
of forever, the summation of all our yesterdays, today's and tomorrow's. He
also surmised that eternity may be the point at which past present and future
collide. I wonder how he'd feel about Recorded Futures or the Webbot Project, a
rival algorithm to  Christopher Ahlberg's,
created by Clif High and associate George Ure, aka 'The Time Monks' who
claim to have discovered a "data gap" in 2012 running through May
2013. According to the Webbot Project coded by the Time Monks, this (probably) means
that a Solarstorm event, equivalent to a global EMP strike, will take place in
the near future.


            In case you're wondering what
'regular' science has to say about what's happening, the latest data from The
K7RA Solar Update
reveals that, in 2011, we only had 2 days with 0 sunspots.


            In 2010 we had 51 spotless days.


            In 2009 we had 260 spotless days.


            It's acknowledged that sunspot
activity is on the rise and expected to peak in August to October 2012, so keep
a grab bag handy in case you get knocked back to a pre-electronic state but grab
bags are a whole subject of their own, so let's swing with some positive predictions
instead. For example, Time Monk technology has also advised that a benign form
of capitalism is scheduled to emerge during 2017-2020, if we make it that far.


            Disclaimer: Such algorithm technology
is secret because their predictions are sold via their website so it's probably
just about money, but keep an eye on it, just in case. I've been in touch with
Clifford High and maybe there'll be an interview with him later in 2012, meantime
take a deep breath because it's still about Corporations Vs. The Rest and our
interface to the Internet could be defined as a negative or positive attitude
to a bundled moment of past present and future.


            If that seems a bit complicated
don't worry, philosophers and sages have been arguing over the nature of time
since it was first unravelled, way back. Comparatively recently, the German
philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer, b. 1788, d. 1860, taught a pessimistic view
of existence which placed emphasis on human will instead of intellect.


            He proposed that; "- life is
broken up into Day and Night by sleep, for if there was no sleep then living
would become unbearable in its simultaneous deployment".


            It's as well Schopenhauer is not
around to see humanity getting closer to a 24 hour existence. The Network
allows us to partake of time to the fullest so that, somewhere, somehow,
someone will crack the code of our prime paradigm, space-time. X-Post the source-code
when you do, bearing in mind that most of our current technology hadn't been
predicted by scientists at the beginning of the last century.


            It's an interesting analogy to view
ourselves stepping bravely into the future, knowing that one day others will
look back and compare us with themselves, so go ahead, imagine a world where
your personal electronic slave is a doorway to enhanced intelligence. Imagine a
world where images are transmitted into homes all over the world linked by a
network of mechanical drones orbiting the planet. Imagine pills that manipulate
reproduction, or genetically altered crops which could either save, or kill us.
On the other side of a membrane soon-to-be-pierced by genetic engineering, H+ man
will emerge complete with wireless implant and wrist jacks but whatever we're
going to look like we'll be able to access vast 3d simulacrums of imaginary
realities, so imagine cloning yourself, uploading your mind and living forever.


            Life on Earth is fast becoming anthropogenic.


            Excuse me, my time machine is
waiting.





            Schwann Cybershaman



Copyright all media Mike (Schwann Cybershaman) Kawitzky 2012

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