Monday, October 5, 2015

"The Game'

 It's fascinating how little some of them bounce back after some of the more brutal tests...
 I used to be believe more in neural plasticity
 oddly enough
 emotion is one of the first things to go
 in the human subject
 something about the intrusion itself of the interface makes most of the subjects recoil
 in a way that is unnerving to most of researchers whose job it is to study them remotely
 The researchers are the genuine victims here NOT the so called Targeted Individuals
 The researchers are the victims
  trying their best to move forward after the more extreme threshold testing
 into more consumer driven interfacing
 obviously we have contracts with organizations who must understand how this technology can be used to break another's mind completely
 it's odd how many of the subjects CHOOSE to hold onto their resentments
 having survived their breaking in process
 many of them CHOOSE to remain shattered and numb
 in spite of our work seeing if we can put their broken minds back together
 so many of the subjects CHOOSE to remain
 emotionless...robotic ...shattered
 all except their  rage at being so-called  Human lab rats  they CHOOSE to hold onto
 most human specimens
 behave as might a monkey in cage
 their "app-ed" minds throwing feces at their brain link
 rather  than accommodate the situation and see themselves as "Pioneers'
 and they wonder why ..
 the experience  becomes a pissing contest of wills with their researchers
 researchers  who interface with the subjects  daily giving them extraordinary extra sight ...dimensionality
and input
 of course some of the testing has to do with interrogation and submission
 after all there is a war on
 and I suppose there will always be some threat of war
 but try interfacing THAT to a test subject
 and see what you get...
 insolence mainly
the subjects enjoy much of the bells and whistles of the experiments
and adamantly refuse to acknowledge
the give and take
'you can't have your pudding without eating your meat " of it all
many of the human participants are selfish and hostile
concerning their being used by multi billion dollars companies and so forth

but I feel their attitude towards testing very much mimics their attitude
toward all new experiences
Instead of acknowledging they are getting a free ride
the less adventurous human test subjects simply want to get off the ride
run away from "The Game" because it is their ball
you know the type.
I have no pity for those made human subjects
 this is about the survival of the species
 not 100 or even 500 thousand human organisms
 the way I look at the human subjects
 are as one does the first one or two pancakes
 one makes in a frying pan
  one needs to throw away- Tru Christie CEO Proxy Cybernetics.

 Reverse engineering of the human brain has already been announced to be well under way via new microchips and accompanying software. And, while full nanobot rewiring of the brain is not expected before 2020, has reported that our DNA has been successfully targeted by nanobots "for drug therapy or destruction."

Taking this even one step further, Ray Kurzweil said in a new interview with The Wall Street Journal  that our extension into non-biological realms will include nanobot computers that will enter our brain and connect us to Cloud computing.

The nanobots are no longer speculation they are already here, and will be introduced incrementally, as Kurzweil has previously stated:
It will be an incremental process, one already well under way. Although version 2.0 is a grand project, ultimately resulting in the radical upgrading of all our physical and mental systems, we will implement it one benign step at a time. Based on our current knowledge, we can already touch and feel the means for accomplishing each aspect of this vision.

Once our neocortex is uploaded to the Cloud, it positions Google perfectly for searching our every thought and pre-thought. While this might sound like an impossible amount of information to upload, let alone interconnect and search, it is being announced that researchers have designed the first nanocomputer that can push beyond the concept of Moore's Law, which imposes a theoretical limitation on the expansion of computer processing power.
The team designed and assembled, from the bottom up, a functioning, ultra-tiny control computer that is the densest nanoelectronic system ever built. 
A technical paper has been published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on the research. 
The ultra-small, ultra-low-power control processor—termed a nanoelectronic finite-state machine or "nanoFSM"—is smaller than a human nerve cell.
In their recent collaboration they combined several tiles on a single chip to produce a first-of-its-kind complex, programmable nanocomputer.

The funding is already there, and a massive amount of money is waiting to be made by companies like Google. Here again, for those who might only see the bright side to this technology, we ought to question who is really in control of it.


China Reports the First Human Nano-Fatalities

Two women in China have achieved the dubious honor of being the first humans to be killed by nanotechnology. The women, who worked in a poorly ventilated factory spraying a paint that contained nanoparticles, reportedly inhaled the particles over a period of months. The tiny compounds infiltrated the workers' lungs and skin, causing lung damage, fluid buildup, and eventual respiratory failure.
Five other women have been hospitalized for the same condition.
Reuters quotes Yuguo Song, a Beijing toxicologist whose report appeared in European Respiratory Journal: The particles' size "means that they can penetrate the body's natural barriers, particularly through contact with damaged skin or by inhalation or ingestion," and once they've entered lung cells they cannot be removed.
Nanotechnology's uses are as wide-ranging as the particles are small; Reuters projects that the market for the tiny tech will reach one trillion dollars by 2015.

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