Thursday, April 15, 2010

Technoprogressive Puppies


(excerpt from our interview with Dr. Hugo de Garis)
Would an artilect pose a danger not just to all biological life on earth but ultimately all biological life in the universe?

Ans: It’s possible. If the artilects decide to convert all matter and energy into artilect material, and consider that biological life is so primitive that it is worthy of being sacrificed then that may be what will happen. There are lots of possible scenarios as to what the artilects might decide to do with the material in the universe. Speculating with our human intelligence level is difficult, if not impossible when dealing with artilectual concerns.


Read entire interview

It's very easy to get wrapped up in thinking about the possibilities for the complete transformation of the "Human" world. We must not forget that as our technology continues it's exponential rise, it is not only the humanoids on this planet that will be forever effected, but all biological life.


As of today we have several programs in place attempting to "save" one animal or another. These efforts would ideally be worthwhile, but at the same time data shows that the rate of animal extinction on this planet continues to accelerate. Forget saving the humans, the animals are just as much in danger from being totally annihilated by human endeavors, that we don't give it any real consideration. Yet, it is the humans that are consciously pushing technology forward, while the animals that "share" this planet with us have no say when it comes to the creation of the singularity. ~yet~ ;-)







Seriously though why would it matter if all our animals go extinct when we could simply replicate them through genetic engineering or just upload them into our synthetic virtual environments, right? Besides, this planet belongs to the humanoids the animals of this world have no say... If my dog or cat protested to the progression of our technology they would just simply tell us, correct?

While all of this is laced with late night sarcasm, the real world implications of a human only positive singularity is frankly possible, and the thought that we only care about our creations on this planet is a very selfish deed by our species as we devour all the resources to make our lives "easier".

If we truly wanted to pursue a responsible singularity, we would look into ways of keeping the animals out of this altogether. After all, if the creation of a planet morphing cyber-organism is our doing, and if something were to go wrong it would not be fair to the remaining species on this planet, or the all the biological life in the universe for that matter.

Humanity has to take responsibility for what it is attempting to do and find ways to minimize how much we effect our co-habitants on this planet and universe. At the very least send them a memo..


Dear all biological life in the universe, your prolonged existence as a purely biological entity may be coming to an end... Signed Humanity!

Technoprogressive Puppies


(excerpt from our interview with Dr. Hugo de Garis)
Would an artilect pose a danger not just to all biological life on earth but ultimately all biological life in the universe?

Ans: It’s possible. If the artilects decide to convert all matter and energy into artilect material, and consider that biological life is so primitive that it is worthy of being sacrificed then that may be what will happen. There are lots of possible scenarios as to what the artilects might decide to do with the material in the universe. Speculating with our human intelligence level is difficult, if not impossible when dealing with artilectual concerns.


Read entire interview

It's very easy to get wrapped up in thinking about the possibilities for the complete transformation of the "Human" world. We must not forget that as our technology continues it's exponential rise, it is not only the humanoids on this planet that will be forever effected, but all biological life.


As of today we have several programs in place attempting to "save" one animal or another. These efforts would ideally be worthwhile, but at the same time data shows that the rate of animal extinction on this planet continues to accelerate. Forget saving the humans, the animals are just as much in danger from being totally annihilated by human endeavors, that we don't give it any real consideration. Yet, it is the humans that are consciously pushing technology forward, while the animals that "share" this planet with us have no say when it comes to the creation of the singularity. ~yet~ ;-)







Seriously though why would it matter if all our animals go extinct when we could simply replicate them through genetic engineering or just upload them into our synthetic virtual environments, right? Besides, this planet belongs to the humanoids the animals of this world have no say... If my dog or cat protested to the progression of our technology they would just simply tell us, correct?

While all of this is laced with late night sarcasm, the real world implications of a human only positive singularity is frankly possible, and the thought that we only care about our creations on this planet is a very selfish deed by our species as we devour all the resources to make our lives "easier".

If we truly wanted to pursue a responsible singularity, we would look into ways of keeping the animals out of this altogether. After all, if the creation of a planet morphing cyber-organism is our doing, and if something were to go wrong it would not be fair to the remaining species on this planet, or the all the biological life in the universe for that matter.

Humanity has to take responsibility for what it is attempting to do and find ways to minimize how much we effect our co-habitants on this planet and universe. At the very least send them a memo..


Dear all biological life in the universe, your prolonged existence as a purely biological entity may be coming to an end... Signed Humanity!

Technoprogressive Puppies


(excerpt from our interview with Dr. Hugo de Garis)
Would an artilect pose a danger not just to all biological life on earth but ultimately all biological life in the universe?

Ans: It’s possible. If the artilects decide to convert all matter and energy into artilect material, and consider that biological life is so primitive that it is worthy of being sacrificed then that may be what will happen. There are lots of possible scenarios as to what the artilects might decide to do with the material in the universe. Speculating with our human intelligence level is difficult, if not impossible when dealing with artilectual concerns.


Read entire interview

It's very easy to get wrapped up in thinking about the possibilities for the complete transformation of the "Human" world. We must not forget that as our technology continues it's exponential rise, it is not only the humanoids on this planet that will be forever effected, but all biological life.


As of today we have several programs in place attempting to "save" one animal or another. These efforts would ideally be worthwhile, but at the same time data shows that the rate of animal extinction on this planet continues to accelerate. Forget saving the humans, the animals are just as much in danger from being totally annihilated by human endeavors, that we don't give it any real consideration. Yet, it is the humans that are consciously pushing technology forward, while the animals that "share" this planet with us have no say when it comes to the creation of the singularity. ~yet~ ;-)







Seriously though why would it matter if all our animals go extinct when we could simply replicate them through genetic engineering or just upload them into our synthetic virtual environments, right? Besides, this planet belongs to the humanoids the animals of this world have no say... If my dog or cat protested to the progression of our technology they would just simply tell us, correct?

While all of this is laced with late night sarcasm, the real world implications of a human only positive singularity is frankly possible, and the thought that we only care about our creations on this planet is a very selfish deed by our species as we devour all the resources to make our lives "easier".

If we truly wanted to pursue a responsible singularity, we would look into ways of keeping the animals out of this altogether. After all, if the creation of a planet morphing cyber-organism is our doing, and if something were to go wrong it would not be fair to the remaining species on this planet, or the all the biological life in the universe for that matter.

Humanity has to take responsibility for what it is attempting to do and find ways to minimize how much we effect our co-habitants on this planet and universe. At the very least send them a memo..


Dear all biological life in the universe, your prolonged existence as a purely biological entity may be coming to an end... Signed Humanity!

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.