Avatars aboard

Did you read Isaac Asimov’s series of books “The Foundation”?  5 or more books.  Started as a trilogy.  Socionomics extended to the outer edges of galaxy.


NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has used quantum computers for more than a decade.  Sandeep Gulati, the CTO at ViaLogy (where I was VP business development for 5 years), previously was head the quantum computing facility at JPL.  ViaLogy was started in an incubator owned by JPL and CalTech.  While at JPL, Sandeep and his team wrote the software that guides satellites that travel far beyond earth, for example:   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huygens_%28spacecraft%29


Executing an orbit of a planet that far away is loaded with problems, not the least of which is knowing exactly where you are in an unfamiliar part of space.   For example, the slightest miscalculation in the firing of a jet changes the orientation of the satellite and its trajectory and from out there the location of earth and sun are not obvious…just spots of light in the distance not obviously different from other spots.  Where to point the antennae when coming around from behind a moon or planet?  Which spots?  Signal strength at the time was too weak and time-lagged to be detected by normal communications and thus not useful for course corrections, much less to guide the satellite.  The challenge was how to find yourself while in motion in an unfamiliar 3D star/planetary spacemap which has no previous references except calculations done remotely with significant uncertainty.  Thus the foundation of ViaLogy was active signal detection when signal was far less than noise.  ViaLogy’s patented product was called quantum resonance interferometry.  Signal was defined as a disturbance in the noise.


The strong point for humans is synthesis of information from recognizes patterns.  That implies that the brain evolved (was an adaptation) from the immune system.  What is the equation for synthesis of information when the variables are unknown or at best can only be estimated with high uncertainty?  One solution could be to flip the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.  Rather than the observation of an event changing the event, instead, enable the changes at the event to adapt the observer.


Similar to the “Prime Directive” in Star Trek, which you may remember.  Star Trek’s space-time travelers were forbidden to be observable by the dwellers in that remote space-time, which presumes deep knowledge about those dwellers.  How does one accomplish that?


I believe that space-time travelers will be synthetic shape-shifters, i.e. bots, rather than humans.  Beings created on-site with the ability to adapt to foreign environments which we know little about.  An autonomous and extremely powerful computer with the ability to make a creature/robot/android/shape shifter will explore on our behalf.  A 3D molecular printer which uses energy and local materials from the remote environment to create an “artificial” being which is suitable for survival and exploration in the remote environment, and which can then transmit information back to us but need not ever come back to us.  Therefore, we need to be able to disassemble matter into energy in an organized form that we completely understand at the subatomic level, then to transmit that energy without significant loss, and then re-synthesize that energy into a material form (imagine an autonomous, adaptive 3D molecular printer) that can then create other bots that work in the conditions at the remote environment.


In other words, instead of creating autonomous bots as weapons as this UC Berkeley professor illustrates http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/UC-Berkeley-killer-robots-artificial-intelligence-12368152.php or rocketing a rover to Mars, and then years later a few humans (are they coming back to Earth?), we would beam by light and re-materialize smart 3D molecular printers to the surface, or in or under the surface, of the remote location which then creates a method to harvest energy there, gather local matter and synthesizes that matter into a suitably adapted bot that eventually can survive, sense and communicate back to us.  Isn’t that better than creating bots to destroy things and people?


But today, we are no longer in Kansas.  Academic physicists are believers and teachers of string theory and the multiple, simultaneous realities implied by that theory … though there is no empirical evidence to support the theory in reality.  (And other so-called scientists, politicians and crony business people deny reality, they deny atmospheric carbon is essential to life as we know it.)  String non-believers have difficulty finding employment in physics.  No longer trying to understand and apply our physical reality, science is lost in infinite imaginary realities with no known practical use.  I think this implies some chaotic dark ages are ahead, rather like the witch hunting periods (reverse evolutions) in human history.  See for instance, The Trouble with Physics: : The Rise of String Theory, the Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next  by Lee Smolin.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Trouble_with_Physics


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Did you know?

Did you know this? Contrary to what you are being told, of 407 people who perpetrated terrorist events in the U.S. since 2001, one hundred twenty-one (121) or 29% were Muslim converts and two hundred and sixty-eight (268) or 66% were long time Muslims. Eleven (11) or 2.7% were non-Muslims, and six (6) or 1.5% were of unknown ideology. Ninety-five point eight percent (95.8%) of terrorists were Muslims.

Terror incident

Of 224 terrorist events since 2001 where at least 1 person was killed other than the terrorist, 202 (or 91%) of those events were perpetrated by Muslim jihadists, resulting in 261 dead (81.5% of total dead) and 368 wounded. Two events were perpetrated by “black separatists/nationalists” resulting in 8 dead (2.6% of total dead) and 11 wounded. Twenty (20) events were classified as “far right wing” resulting in 51 dead (7.1% of total dead) and 29 wounded. (Note far right wing includes events like bank robberies and flying a plane into an IRS building if the perpetrator were associated with right wing causes.)

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By Freeman Dyson
My first heresy says that all the fuss about global warming is grossly exaggerated. Here I am opposing the holy brotherhood of climate model experts and the crowd of deluded citizens who believe the numbers predicted by the computer models. Of course, they say, I have no degree in meteorology and I am therefore not qualified to speak. But I have studied the climate models and I know what they can do. The models solve the equations of fluid dynamics, and they do a very good job of describing the fluid motions of the atmosphere and the oceans. They do a very poor job of describing the clouds, the dust, the chemistry and the biology of fields and farms and forests. They do not begin to describe the real world that we live in. The real world is muddy and messy and full of things that we do not yet understand. It is much easier for a scientist to sit in an air-conditioned building and run computer models, than to put on winter clothes and measure what is really happening outside in the swamps and the clouds. That is why the climate model experts end up believing their own models.  More at the link below.
FREEMAN DYSON is professor of physics at the Institute for Advanced Study, in Princeton. His professional interests are in mathematics and astronomy.
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Art of destruction

At this link is an example and symbol of the sickness, depravity and loss of critical values in western society, in New York City of course. Imagine if this were your property or your neighborhood. This is people, a jury, lawyers and a judge, all who failed to learn the lesson of the “tragedy of the commons,” punishing an individual who is attempting to take personal responsibility for their private property.


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The wrong way

In 15 years or less, the technology will be available to control the mental problems that result in wanton, senseless slaughters like New York City, Las Vegas, ISIS, 9-11 etc, either by genetic modifications like CRISPR or brain chips or both. However, the paths of ethics and morality which would enable good and best use of these technologies are not only lagging behind, they are far down the road and going in the wrong direction…which means that the two technologies are ultimately dangerous for liberty. Unless and until authoritarian, cradle to grave government is shut down and reversed, these technologies are dangerous to free people.

Chips    http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/877457/brain-function-dementia-super-power-human-kernel

Genes   https://www.outsideonline.com/2238276/ultimate-life-hack?utm_content=buffer834ef&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Climate dictatorship?

Bjørn Lomborg: “Moreover, these [Paris Agreement] promises will not *solve* global warming – indeed, they will together achieve almost nothing: By the UN’s own estimate, the Paris Treaty will reduce emissions by less than 1% of what would be needed to keep temperature rises under 2°C and yet cost $1-2 trillion per year by 2030, mostly in reduced GDP growth. So Paris will deliver far less than what most people expect, yet will cost much more than most people are willing to pay.”

“Of course, most smart people would be against paying lots for achieving little or nothing. If anything, this suggests that democracy works just fine.”

“But [Norwegian professor] Randers instead takes this unwillingness to spend fortunes on little benefits as an argument for ending democracy. ‘if people don’t want my preferred solution, then people are stupid, shouldn’t be allowed to decide their fate, and we should install a climate dictatorship instead.’ The argument literally seems to be: If I can’t have my way in a democracy, I want my way with a dictatorship.”

“That is hardly a good argument. It is also phenomenally expensive: Look at the costs to achieve the sort of climate policies that Randers and many others are advocating. If the EU fulfils its promise of cutting emissions by 80% in 2050 (which is the most ambitious climate policy in the world today), the average of the best peer-reviewed models show that the cost would run to at least $3 trillion per year, and more likely double that – meaning $6,000 for each EU citizen per year. Of course, few will vote for that.” …

climate dictatorship

more and references: https://www.facebook.com/bjornlomborg/posts/10156188900228968:0

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Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. hit one out of the park yesterday. Well worth the 9 minutes to watch this video.

Amidst calls from UN members for her removal, she tells the UN, “Our principles are not up for a vote.”

She refers to a UN vote on Wednesday this week, when the UN General Assembly overwhelmingly voted for a resolution condemning the United States’ embargo on Cuba. The vote was 191-2, with Israel again being the only country to side with the U.S.  ISRAEL, THE ONLY COUNTRY TO VOTE WITH THE US.

Among several other important things, she said, “Let’s be honest about what we really see going on here. This assembly does not have the power to end the U.S. embargo. It is based in U.S. law, which only the United States Congress can change.”

‘The statement from Ambassador Haley reiterated that the United States is an independent and sovereign nation that will not be bullied by nations that talk a good talk while at the same time carry out human rights abuses against their people. It was made clear that the United Nations does not control the U.S. Congress.’

‘Speaking to the assembly, Ambassador Haley explained that the United States is a democracy and that the people exercised their constitutional right to elect President Trump and that President Trump’s decision to leave the embargo in place is not up for debate.’ (Succinct explanation in single quotes by Micah Rate at Townhall.com)

After a few sentences to apologize for the 2016 decision by the Obama administration in the 25th of 26 consecutive annual votes by the UN to coerce the U.S. to end the embargo, Ambassador Haley stands her ground and pushes back against the UN oligathugs, “To those who are confused as to where the United States stands, let me be clear: as is their right under our Constitution, the American people have spoken. They have chosen a new president, and he has chosen a new ambassador to the United Nations.” She also clears the table with that statement regarding several calls within the UN for her resignation.

“The United States does not fear isolation in this chamber, or anywhere else. Our principles are not up for a vote.”

Watch Ambassador Haley’s speech. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=75&v=ZGy85B1pk5A

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Too much

When you promote diversity, one result is divisiveness and another is identity politics. It is an indoctrination tool of Saul-Alinsky-trained community organizers / collectivists whose goal is revolution. After the run-down murders in Manhattan by a crazed man yelling something about akbar, isn’t it time to end the false mantra that diversity and tolerance are virtues? There is a point where, after which, more diversity is a bad thing, and the US and Sweden are well past that point. Instead, it is time for free people everywhere to discriminate with prejudice against by-the-book Muslims in favor of and to protect those Muslims who would reform their culture and societies.

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What is a shining citadel?

“There will always be a ghost to chase somewhere… as Demetrius says below. nation building. Lets focus on national prosperity and leaving dollars in our people’s hands, not in the State’s for guns and so-called “terrorist” fighting. I think we manufacture “terrorists” on these outings – and if we focused on fiscal and entrepreneurial power – we will be able to wipe the bad out when the time comes, and many of the People will encourage their nations to voluntarily become the 51st and 52nd state based upon our laws and what we can do for their people. That’s the only worthy nation-state building worthwhile – inspiring people who beg to share w/ us what we have created beneath the blanket of freed and Divine Providence. ~ Ted Alexander  Nov/1/2017

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