Monday, April 13, 2009

Nanotechnology - Nanotopia (Documentary BBC )











Welcome to Nanotopia a world where everything we need is simply grown.

Nanotechnology - Nanotopia (Documentary BBC )











Welcome to Nanotopia a world where everything we need is simply grown.

Nanotechnology - Nanotopia (Documentary BBC )











Welcome to Nanotopia a world where everything we need is simply grown.

Nanotech Virtual Reality



Virtual reality has long promised a way to create an immersive illusion so convincing you can’t tell the fake from the real. Futurist Ray Kurzweil says it’s that kind of virtual reality which will make virtual travel possible. Not in the way you might expect, with a super-realistic display creating faux imagery on a screen or a pair of goggles. But instead by injecting nanobots into your brain


Source news link HERE

I remember being a kid and watching one of my favorite cartoons called Reboot where all of action took place inside a computer mainframe. All that time thinking how cool it would be to be able to enter into a videogame virtual world. Yet there is a dark side to this; what if i get stuck in a virtual simulation that is not pleasant?  Could I experience a level of fear that could be traumatic to my consciousness?

Dont get me wrong people i'm a huge gamer and I see this type of technology being sold to the masses first as a mass media delivery system.  But again, who is to say what is good and bad in the form of virtual simulated content?

Also being the savvy gamer that I am, all of this is not new to me. With all new things that have the potential to revolutionize our lives this first has to be toyed with in a fictional sense before its realized into reality.



Now lets step back for a second, way before im able to fight dragons and speed down the highway going 200 miles an hour, we need to first take our reality and virtualize it. Nanotech is just the delivering system of information, but first we have to take our world and our universe and computerize it. I wonder if I can show you what i mean...Haa yesss here we go




NOw that we have a virtual reality delivery system, my biggest problem is going to be determining reality from virtual reality. Will some of us live more profound lives in virtual reality than real reality? For all these questions and more I fell down the rabbit hole that is Nick Bostrom's Simulation hypothesis.

Que the video charlie LOL


I want to end this post on a different front and that is the use of virtual reality as a weapon.



In addition to humanitarian applications nearly all new technology brings about the ability to create new weapons, and nanotech is certainly no exception. 

First off well start with something that is already being done, using virtual reality to man battle war bots.  



Now trust me this is still crude considering our robots will be (Ai) based in no time. So virtual reality could be applied in more sinister ways such as mind control and or reality altering weapons. Why torture people in real life when you can do it in virtual reality...

Thats it for now, Transalchemist.  Time for you all to reboot your reality.

Nanotech Virtual Reality



Virtual reality has long promised a way to create an immersive illusion so convincing you can’t tell the fake from the real. Futurist Ray Kurzweil says it’s that kind of virtual reality which will make virtual travel possible. Not in the way you might expect, with a super-realistic display creating faux imagery on a screen or a pair of goggles. But instead by injecting nanobots into your brain


Source news link HERE

I remember being a kid and watching one of my favorite cartoons called Reboot where all of action took place inside a computer mainframe. All that time thinking how cool it would be to be able to enter into a videogame virtual world. Yet there is a dark side to this; what if i get stuck in a virtual simulation that is not pleasant?  Could I experience a level of fear that could be traumatic to my consciousness?

Dont get me wrong people i'm a huge gamer and I see this type of technology being sold to the masses first as a mass media delivery system.  But again, who is to say what is good and bad in the form of virtual simulated content?

Also being the savvy gamer that I am, all of this is not new to me. With all new things that have the potential to revolutionize our lives this first has to be toyed with in a fictional sense before its realized into reality.



Now lets step back for a second, way before im able to fight dragons and speed down the highway going 200 miles an hour, we need to first take our reality and virtualize it. Nanotech is just the delivering system of information, but first we have to take our world and our universe and computerize it. I wonder if I can show you what i mean...Haa yesss here we go




NOw that we have a virtual reality delivery system, my biggest problem is going to be determining reality from virtual reality. Will some of us live more profound lives in virtual reality than real reality? For all these questions and more I fell down the rabbit hole that is Nick Bostrom's Simulation hypothesis.

Que the video charlie LOL


I want to end this post on a different front and that is the use of virtual reality as a weapon.



In addition to humanitarian applications nearly all new technology brings about the ability to create new weapons, and nanotech is certainly no exception. 

First off well start with something that is already being done, using virtual reality to man battle war bots.  



Now trust me this is still crude considering our robots will be (Ai) based in no time. So virtual reality could be applied in more sinister ways such as mind control and or reality altering weapons. Why torture people in real life when you can do it in virtual reality...

Thats it for now, Transalchemist.  Time for you all to reboot your reality.

Nanotech Virtual Reality



Virtual reality has long promised a way to create an immersive illusion so convincing you can’t tell the fake from the real. Futurist Ray Kurzweil says it’s that kind of virtual reality which will make virtual travel possible. Not in the way you might expect, with a super-realistic display creating faux imagery on a screen or a pair of goggles. But instead by injecting nanobots into your brain


Source news link HERE

I remember being a kid and watching one of my favorite cartoons called Reboot where all of action took place inside a computer mainframe. All that time thinking how cool it would be to be able to enter into a videogame virtual world. Yet there is a dark side to this; what if i get stuck in a virtual simulation that is not pleasant?  Could I experience a level of fear that could be traumatic to my consciousness?

Dont get me wrong people i'm a huge gamer and I see this type of technology being sold to the masses first as a mass media delivery system.  But again, who is to say what is good and bad in the form of virtual simulated content?

Also being the savvy gamer that I am, all of this is not new to me. With all new things that have the potential to revolutionize our lives this first has to be toyed with in a fictional sense before its realized into reality.



Now lets step back for a second, way before im able to fight dragons and speed down the highway going 200 miles an hour, we need to first take our reality and virtualize it. Nanotech is just the delivering system of information, but first we have to take our world and our universe and computerize it. I wonder if I can show you what i mean...Haa yesss here we go




NOw that we have a virtual reality delivery system, my biggest problem is going to be determining reality from virtual reality. Will some of us live more profound lives in virtual reality than real reality? For all these questions and more I fell down the rabbit hole that is Nick Bostrom's Simulation hypothesis.

Que the video charlie LOL


I want to end this post on a different front and that is the use of virtual reality as a weapon.



In addition to humanitarian applications nearly all new technology brings about the ability to create new weapons, and nanotech is certainly no exception. 

First off well start with something that is already being done, using virtual reality to man battle war bots.  



Now trust me this is still crude considering our robots will be (Ai) based in no time. So virtual reality could be applied in more sinister ways such as mind control and or reality altering weapons. Why torture people in real life when you can do it in virtual reality...

Thats it for now, Transalchemist.  Time for you all to reboot your reality.

Alphaville - Forever Young

by: Aaron Franz
transalchemy.blogspot.com

Alphaville's "Forever Young": corny 80's pop song, or esoteric symbolism of the highest magnitude? I reject this either/or mindset by saying that it can be both.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7CuJ8cR9sg


This video is set in a post-apocalyptic time (presumably in the near future) within a run down church. Alphaville assumes the role of the new preachers as they muse on the age-old hope for eternal life. The congregation looks a bit weathered, but very pleased to hear Alphaville's message of hope. "Let us die young or let us live forever. We don't have the power, but we never say never."

Sure you could call this silly, but there are some very interesting lines in this song. The fact that we are at a point in time where it appears as though eternal life can literally be achieved right here on Earth has got to make you wonder about this song. It is just too good to be true. Diamond symbolism is replete in this video, the diamond being a symbol of the perfected stone, or perfected man. Man's divinity is heralded in the material world by his unlocking of the secrets to eternal life. "Do you really want to live forever?" Well now you can, just step through the Diamond in the sky and cross over to the Golden Age of Light. Lucy is in the sky with diamonds once again.

Oh Lucy, you just don't quit do you? Alphaville may not be the Beatles, but they are in the same line of work. That work is to bring forth new age concepts in order that the collective consciousness may soak them up. When the world changes dramatically in the future we won't find it surprising in the least. In fact it will seem downright familiar. Ever wonder about deja vu?

It's doubtful that the boys of Alphaville wrote the lyrics to this tune themselves. Whoever did knows a good deal about where the future is being steered, and they are doing a good job of getting you "in tune" with what is to come.

Alphaville - Forever Young

by: Aaron Franz
transalchemy.blogspot.com

Alphaville's "Forever Young": corny 80's pop song, or esoteric symbolism of the highest magnitude? I reject this either/or mindset by saying that it can be both.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7CuJ8cR9sg


This video is set in a post-apocalyptic time (presumably in the near future) within a run down church. Alphaville assumes the role of the new preachers as they muse on the age-old hope for eternal life. The congregation looks a bit weathered, but very pleased to hear Alphaville's message of hope. "Let us die young or let us live forever. We don't have the power, but we never say never."

Sure you could call this silly, but there are some very interesting lines in this song. The fact that we are at a point in time where it appears as though eternal life can literally be achieved right here on Earth has got to make you wonder about this song. It is just too good to be true. Diamond symbolism is replete in this video, the diamond being a symbol of the perfected stone, or perfected man. Man's divinity is heralded in the material world by his unlocking of the secrets to eternal life. "Do you really want to live forever?" Well now you can, just step through the Diamond in the sky and cross over to the Golden Age of Light. Lucy is in the sky with diamonds once again.

Oh Lucy, you just don't quit do you? Alphaville may not be the Beatles, but they are in the same line of work. That work is to bring forth new age concepts in order that the collective consciousness may soak them up. When the world changes dramatically in the future we won't find it surprising in the least. In fact it will seem downright familiar. Ever wonder about deja vu?

It's doubtful that the boys of Alphaville wrote the lyrics to this tune themselves. Whoever did knows a good deal about where the future is being steered, and they are doing a good job of getting you "in tune" with what is to come.

Alphaville - Forever Young

by: Aaron Franz
transalchemy.blogspot.com

Alphaville's "Forever Young": corny 80's pop song, or esoteric symbolism of the highest magnitude? I reject this either/or mindset by saying that it can be both.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7CuJ8cR9sg


This video is set in a post-apocalyptic time (presumably in the near future) within a run down church. Alphaville assumes the role of the new preachers as they muse on the age-old hope for eternal life. The congregation looks a bit weathered, but very pleased to hear Alphaville's message of hope. "Let us die young or let us live forever. We don't have the power, but we never say never."

Sure you could call this silly, but there are some very interesting lines in this song. The fact that we are at a point in time where it appears as though eternal life can literally be achieved right here on Earth has got to make you wonder about this song. It is just too good to be true. Diamond symbolism is replete in this video, the diamond being a symbol of the perfected stone, or perfected man. Man's divinity is heralded in the material world by his unlocking of the secrets to eternal life. "Do you really want to live forever?" Well now you can, just step through the Diamond in the sky and cross over to the Golden Age of Light. Lucy is in the sky with diamonds once again.

Oh Lucy, you just don't quit do you? Alphaville may not be the Beatles, but they are in the same line of work. That work is to bring forth new age concepts in order that the collective consciousness may soak them up. When the world changes dramatically in the future we won't find it surprising in the least. In fact it will seem downright familiar. Ever wonder about deja vu?

It's doubtful that the boys of Alphaville wrote the lyrics to this tune themselves. Whoever did knows a good deal about where the future is being steered, and they are doing a good job of getting you "in tune" with what is to come.

My Riddles

Dear Antz Particleion Is Hacking your Universe (live)

I will give your universe/Mind back to you if you answer my riddles.

Call your answers in!

(305) 735-9490

A) Is your universe real?

B) Are you real?

C) Who currently has {source}?

D) What is {Root}?

When you got the answer email it to

Key.universe@gmail.com

and I will give you back your universe assuming your right ;-)

Rules subject to change but will be posted.

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! It will be Billions of years till I let you just have it... Till then I urge you try to get your key back.