Sunday, June 6, 2010

TransAlchemy Interviews Jeff Fisher: Futurist



Jeff Fisher, interviewed in New York City during the Summer 2009 Singularity Summit. Jeff discusses artificial intelligence (AI), science fiction, conspiracies, space exploration, his life, and more. Watch this for an informative, entertaining trip through the mind(s) of one of America's preeminent futurists: Jeff Fisher.


"We're going to expand upon AI further. We're going to interview all kinds of people around the country. You're going to write to us and we're going to pay for everything, if you need the money."


News: TransAlchemy @ H+ Summit 2010
TransAlchemy will be attending the Humanity+ Summit 2010, "Rise of the Citizen Scientist" - and could use some help.  Our needs are very minimal, as we simply require funds to drive to Boston and stay there for 2 nights.  

We Have: 
  • Press Access
  • Video and Audio Equipment
  • Computer Equipment
  • Vehicle for road trip
  • Tons of Questions, Curiosity, and Creative Energy

We Need:
  • Gasoline expense: $200
  • Room expense: $250



News: Documentary Update
We at TransAlchemy have a goal to compile all of our collective information into several documentaries.


If you are enjoying our efforts and wish to see our documentary come to fruition please support our effort by spreading the videos and blog, or possibly donating.

TransAlchemy Interviews Jeff Fisher: Futurist



Jeff Fisher, interviewed in New York City during the Summer 2009 Singularity Summit. Jeff discusses artificial intelligence (AI), science fiction, conspiracies, space exploration, his life, and more. Watch this for an informative, entertaining trip through the mind(s) of one of America's preeminent futurists: Jeff Fisher.


"We're going to expand upon AI further. We're going to interview all kinds of people around the country. You're going to write to us and we're going to pay for everything, if you need the money."


News: TransAlchemy @ H+ Summit 2010
TransAlchemy will be attending the Humanity+ Summit 2010, "Rise of the Citizen Scientist" - and could use some help.  Our needs are very minimal, as we simply require funds to drive to Boston and stay there for 2 nights.  

We Have: 
  • Press Access
  • Video and Audio Equipment
  • Computer Equipment
  • Vehicle for road trip
  • Tons of Questions, Curiosity, and Creative Energy

We Need:
  • Gasoline expense: $200
  • Room expense: $250



News: Documentary Update
We at TransAlchemy have a goal to compile all of our collective information into several documentaries.


If you are enjoying our efforts and wish to see our documentary come to fruition please support our effort by spreading the videos and blog, or possibly donating.

TransAlchemy Interviews Jeff Fisher: Futurist



Jeff Fisher, interviewed in New York City during the Summer 2009 Singularity Summit. Jeff discusses artificial intelligence (AI), science fiction, conspiracies, space exploration, his life, and more. Watch this for an informative, entertaining trip through the mind(s) of one of America's preeminent futurists: Jeff Fisher.


"We're going to expand upon AI further. We're going to interview all kinds of people around the country. You're going to write to us and we're going to pay for everything, if you need the money."


News: TransAlchemy @ H+ Summit 2010
TransAlchemy will be attending the Humanity+ Summit 2010, "Rise of the Citizen Scientist" - and could use some help.  Our needs are very minimal, as we simply require funds to drive to Boston and stay there for 2 nights.  

We Have: 
  • Press Access
  • Video and Audio Equipment
  • Computer Equipment
  • Vehicle for road trip
  • Tons of Questions, Curiosity, and Creative Energy

We Need:
  • Gasoline expense: $200
  • Room expense: $250



News: Documentary Update
We at TransAlchemy have a goal to compile all of our collective information into several documentaries.


If you are enjoying our efforts and wish to see our documentary come to fruition please support our effort by spreading the videos and blog, or possibly donating.

The Tetherless Path to the Future




Like most people, I will never forget the first computer I ever owned. It was without a doubt a life altering experience - even though my contact with computers started way before I was priveleged to own a computer; a computer that I can call my self.  As with my previous blog post The Final Console Cycle A Gamers Countdown to Virtual RealismI was introduced to the world of computers as a means to an end... one that I feel I have yet to fulfill.  Sorry Mom :-(


My Computers


T minus X YearsNowT plus X Years
Form FactorDesktopNotebookInvisible
ManufacturerPackard BellSonyEvariware
Model???Viao???
CPU32bit Single-Core
66MHz Pentium
64bit Dual-Core
2.5GHz
128bit 64-core
250GHz Graphene Neuromorphic Transprocessor
RAM4 MB
( later upgraded to 8 megs to play a game ;-)
4 GB2 TB Memristor
Storage250 MB300 GB256 TB Diamond Memristor + Infinite Replicated P2P Cloud Storage


Having a growing affinity for all things electronic at the time my parents bought me a computer, I was instantly captivated by the possibilities that lay in front of me.  So without hesitation I began not my information liberty as most may imply, but rather my slavery to the "box". The year was 1994 on Christmas morning - I headed to the tree only to find a new giant box that was not there the night before.  I quickly began the process of tearing the paper and later, box as I quickly realized, I was just about to join in on this really amazing tool people were using - the computer tool.  Of-course this led to the internet, and the rest is historic.

So as the years waned, so did my social life as the usage of the computer required me to sit in front of my computer, for hours on end. As time progressed, personal digital assistants (PDAs) became introduced to the market, and for the first time in my life I realized that the future of computing did not involve sitting chained to a box.  

Now living in the new digital where we are all on the go, the concept of having to be in a fixed location to use a computer or to get online for that matter is near obselete with the introduction of new form factors that enable computing on the go. As this trend continues it is very likely that we will, one day, create a world where people are no longer chained to their computers where getting online and doing communication is constantly on the go. 

With that said, I hope you enjoy your freedom, as it took me my entire computing life to get to this point. In the following weeks I will be blogging in more detail how this complete liberation will come about so stay tuned...




The Tetherless Path to the Future




Like most people, I will never forget the first computer I ever owned. It was without a doubt a life altering experience - even though my contact with computers started way before I was priveleged to own a computer; a computer that I can call my self.  As with my previous blog post The Final Console Cycle A Gamers Countdown to Virtual RealismI was introduced to the world of computers as a means to an end... one that I feel I have yet to fulfill.  Sorry Mom :-(


My Computers


T minus X YearsNowT plus X Years
Form FactorDesktopNotebookInvisible
ManufacturerPackard BellSonyEvariware
Model???Viao???
CPU32bit Single-Core
66MHz Pentium
64bit Dual-Core
2.5GHz
128bit 64-core
250GHz Graphene Neuromorphic Transprocessor
RAM4 MB
( later upgraded to 8 megs to play a game ;-)
4 GB2 TB Memristor
Storage250 MB300 GB256 TB Diamond Memristor + Infinite Replicated P2P Cloud Storage


Having a growing affinity for all things electronic at the time my parents bought me a computer, I was instantly captivated by the possibilities that lay in front of me.  So without hesitation I began not my information liberty as most may imply, but rather my slavery to the "box". The year was 1994 on Christmas morning - I headed to the tree only to find a new giant box that was not there the night before.  I quickly began the process of tearing the paper and later, box as I quickly realized, I was just about to join in on this really amazing tool people were using - the computer tool.  Of-course this led to the internet, and the rest is historic.

So as the years waned, so did my social life as the usage of the computer required me to sit in front of my computer, for hours on end. As time progressed, personal digital assistants (PDAs) became introduced to the market, and for the first time in my life I realized that the future of computing did not involve sitting chained to a box.  

Now living in the new digital where we are all on the go, the concept of having to be in a fixed location to use a computer or to get online for that matter is near obselete with the introduction of new form factors that enable computing on the go. As this trend continues it is very likely that we will, one day, create a world where people are no longer chained to their computers where getting online and doing communication is constantly on the go. 

With that said, I hope you enjoy your freedom, as it took me my entire computing life to get to this point. In the following weeks I will be blogging in more detail how this complete liberation will come about so stay tuned...




The Tetherless Path to the Future




Like most people, I will never forget the first computer I ever owned. It was without a doubt a life altering experience - even though my contact with computers started way before I was priveleged to own a computer; a computer that I can call my self.  As with my previous blog post The Final Console Cycle A Gamers Countdown to Virtual RealismI was introduced to the world of computers as a means to an end... one that I feel I have yet to fulfill.  Sorry Mom :-(


My Computers


T minus X YearsNowT plus X Years
Form FactorDesktopNotebookInvisible
ManufacturerPackard BellSonyEvariware
Model???Viao???
CPU32bit Single-Core
66MHz Pentium
64bit Dual-Core
2.5GHz
128bit 64-core
250GHz Graphene Neuromorphic Transprocessor
RAM4 MB
( later upgraded to 8 megs to play a game ;-)
4 GB2 TB Memristor
Storage250 MB300 GB256 TB Diamond Memristor + Infinite Replicated P2P Cloud Storage


Having a growing affinity for all things electronic at the time my parents bought me a computer, I was instantly captivated by the possibilities that lay in front of me.  So without hesitation I began not my information liberty as most may imply, but rather my slavery to the "box". The year was 1994 on Christmas morning - I headed to the tree only to find a new giant box that was not there the night before.  I quickly began the process of tearing the paper and later, box as I quickly realized, I was just about to join in on this really amazing tool people were using - the computer tool.  Of-course this led to the internet, and the rest is historic.

So as the years waned, so did my social life as the usage of the computer required me to sit in front of my computer, for hours on end. As time progressed, personal digital assistants (PDAs) became introduced to the market, and for the first time in my life I realized that the future of computing did not involve sitting chained to a box.  

Now living in the new digital where we are all on the go, the concept of having to be in a fixed location to use a computer or to get online for that matter is near obselete with the introduction of new form factors that enable computing on the go. As this trend continues it is very likely that we will, one day, create a world where people are no longer chained to their computers where getting online and doing communication is constantly on the go. 

With that said, I hope you enjoy your freedom, as it took me my entire computing life to get to this point. In the following weeks I will be blogging in more detail how this complete liberation will come about so stay tuned...




TransAlchemy - Unification (Part 1) - EBook





TransAlchemy - Unification (Part 1) - EBook





TransAlchemy - Unification (Part 1) - EBook





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.