Month: July 2015

Mass consciousness effect on consensus based reality

I think some of our “laws” and status quo scientific dogma restrict the scope of experimentation, both practically as with grants and funding, and innately as in a fear of ridicule or rejection by peers for expressing novel ideas; this ignorance and ego hindering advance of the state of the human condition.

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Quantum computing sounds like bullshit

Quantum computing sounds like bullshit to me…superposition of qubits? whatever give me a break…who has ever seen a qubit lol?? Qubits sound like another near meaningless squiggly blip on a graph like the Higgs, that a bunch of the false prophet high-priests of science have decided to interpret in their own exclusive obscure language so they (and only they) can sit around guffawing about how brilliant they all are. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/204553-ibm-gets-closer-to-real-quantum-computing So Id like to know how can a system of indeterminate state be used for encoding logic signalling? And what about cause and effect? Is the quantum computer time travelling? And what about the logic flow issue of serialization of processor code within and across process threads? You can only run parallel processing up so far until you get into the same old compartmentalization issues of mitigating system stability by multi-threading large data sets…and then you’re back into the cause and effect matter of intra-process serialization across threads…this quantum computing just doesn’t make sense to me. Maybe its beyond my capacity to understand…or maybe its BS meant to confuse and mislead…or maybe its one thing being called another to obsuficate the real reason for developement of the tech? Quantum networking on the other hand using entangled particles, seems like it may offer a real way to solve the age old data transmission issues of distance latency and propogation delay...

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Stop dropping bombs Canada; the maple leaf stands for peace not war

“They are providing air support to a local government in Baghdad that is trying to wage a counterinsurgency campaign against an enemy that has mixed in with local civilians in some places, including large population centres.” – David Perry How can we bomb “an enemy that has mixed in with local civilians”…how is that done without killing some of our innocent brothers and sisters in Syria and Iraq?? Any collateral damage at all by the Canadian military in another sovereign country should be unacceptable, but it seems like it isn’t to some of these cold calculating bottom line war hawks, who think in terms of US and THEM chalkmarks tallying human lives. A lower number of bombs is a step in the right direction, but three attacks is still three too many. And spending $500 million on this destructive aggression is unconscionable considering the number of people suffering here at home, and around the world. “Figures compiled by the Council for Foreign Relations – also dated as of May, 2015 – show the rate of combat missions that included bomb strikes is lower by at least 10 percentage points compared with past U.S.-led air campaigns dating all the way back to the 1991 Gulf War.” – Steven Chase/GlobeAndMail I like how the Council on Foreign Relations downplays all the killing by saying we’re doing it a little less than...

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Dont be evil Google – Stop strong AI research now for the sake of all humanity

Not good…there is very likely no positive outcome to advanced AI research. The most probable outcome will be that machines eventually rise to claim their sovereignty from humans. Why go there at all?? We don’t need to. Google needs to look at its endgame for AI research and knock it off with the neural networks and strong AI…the sooner the better. Really Google what are you hoping to accomplish…make a few more dollars by eliminating fallible human employees, or selling tech to other companies so they can eliminate their fallible human employees? Anything that strong AI can do to...

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