Wednesday, June 23, 2010

State of the Universe: June 2010


State of the Universe: June 2010


State of the Universe: June 2010


Eternalism: How The Future Meets The Past In The Future


“The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion”
-Albert Einstein




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mHe211mLV0&feature=player_embedded

One must ask what is the primary reason for our attraction with the future?

Is it possible that our fascination with the future could be indirectly associated with all the knowledge it will bring? When we stare into the future we tend to get lost in thinking about how we will manipulate the physical universe. We know that new technologies will bring greater "Freedom," because our ability to cause change to the physical world will increase dramatically. One particular aspect of change that is of primary focus is how we will change ourselves, but as with all things in the "future" it is possible that our understanding of the flow of time may also be altered. What are now considered two separate professions a futurist and an archaeologist may unify under a coming temporal theory that is yet to be fully understood.

A futurist alongside an archaeologist share similar pursuits as they both wish to understand knowledge we currently don't have in our present possession. These similarities can be seen as our research into the past has left us with some convincing albeit confusing evidence that we had high forms of knowledge in ancient times that were lost in time. Stranger still is that this lost/forgotten/forbidden knowledge once enabled us to effect the physical universe in ways that we currently are not able to do. Now, realize that the knowledge we gain in the future could enable us to reproduce creations of our the past only to leave us with more questions. Are we enabling a future capable of reproducing the past, a feat not possible in the present? One must also ask how does that effect our concepts of a linear growth of technology throughout time. Before we get tangled up in future speculations (of the past) let me explain what I mean...

A simple example of what I mean can be seen with our coming ability to one day build monolithic structures with advanced technology at the scale of or larger than those already built across this planet. The structures once built by our ancestors can't currently be reproduced, although future technology suggests that they will be possible to construct. This alone is compelling, and it is just one example of how the future meets the past in the future ;-)


Of-course with all things singularity time itself becomes strange as we enter the future. The relationship between the past, present, and future become strangely tangled as we get deeper into the future. One simple way to understand this is by acknowledging that we have tools to extract information from the past. Tools that will only increase in capability as we move into the future. In the process of moving forward in time we develop tools that bring us greater understanding of the past. Isn't it weird that we have to move deeper into the future to understand the past?

While there are many ways to interpret the relationship between the future and the past, I can think of no better place to start then with Bruce Sterling's talk on atemporality







So to those that really wish to understand the past I say look into the future and for those that truly wish to understand the future I tell them to look into the past.

Eternalism: How The Future Meets The Past In The Future


“The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion”
-Albert Einstein




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mHe211mLV0&feature=player_embedded

One must ask what is the primary reason for our attraction with the future?

Is it possible that our fascination with the future could be indirectly associated with all the knowledge it will bring? When we stare into the future we tend to get lost in thinking about how we will manipulate the physical universe. We know that new technologies will bring greater "Freedom," because our ability to cause change to the physical world will increase dramatically. One particular aspect of change that is of primary focus is how we will change ourselves, but as with all things in the "future" it is possible that our understanding of the flow of time may also be altered. What are now considered two separate professions a futurist and an archaeologist may unify under a coming temporal theory that is yet to be fully understood.

A futurist alongside an archaeologist share similar pursuits as they both wish to understand knowledge we currently don't have in our present possession. These similarities can be seen as our research into the past has left us with some convincing albeit confusing evidence that we had high forms of knowledge in ancient times that were lost in time. Stranger still is that this lost/forgotten/forbidden knowledge once enabled us to effect the physical universe in ways that we currently are not able to do. Now, realize that the knowledge we gain in the future could enable us to reproduce creations of our the past only to leave us with more questions. Are we enabling a future capable of reproducing the past, a feat not possible in the present? One must also ask how does that effect our concepts of a linear growth of technology throughout time. Before we get tangled up in future speculations (of the past) let me explain what I mean...

A simple example of what I mean can be seen with our coming ability to one day build monolithic structures with advanced technology at the scale of or larger than those already built across this planet. The structures once built by our ancestors can't currently be reproduced, although future technology suggests that they will be possible to construct. This alone is compelling, and it is just one example of how the future meets the past in the future ;-)


Of-course with all things singularity time itself becomes strange as we enter the future. The relationship between the past, present, and future become strangely tangled as we get deeper into the future. One simple way to understand this is by acknowledging that we have tools to extract information from the past. Tools that will only increase in capability as we move into the future. In the process of moving forward in time we develop tools that bring us greater understanding of the past. Isn't it weird that we have to move deeper into the future to understand the past?

While there are many ways to interpret the relationship between the future and the past, I can think of no better place to start then with Bruce Sterling's talk on atemporality







So to those that really wish to understand the past I say look into the future and for those that truly wish to understand the future I tell them to look into the past.

Eternalism: How The Future Meets The Past In The Future


“The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion”
-Albert Einstein




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mHe211mLV0&feature=player_embedded

One must ask what is the primary reason for our attraction with the future?

Is it possible that our fascination with the future could be indirectly associated with all the knowledge it will bring? When we stare into the future we tend to get lost in thinking about how we will manipulate the physical universe. We know that new technologies will bring greater "Freedom," because our ability to cause change to the physical world will increase dramatically. One particular aspect of change that is of primary focus is how we will change ourselves, but as with all things in the "future" it is possible that our understanding of the flow of time may also be altered. What are now considered two separate professions a futurist and an archaeologist may unify under a coming temporal theory that is yet to be fully understood.

A futurist alongside an archaeologist share similar pursuits as they both wish to understand knowledge we currently don't have in our present possession. These similarities can be seen as our research into the past has left us with some convincing albeit confusing evidence that we had high forms of knowledge in ancient times that were lost in time. Stranger still is that this lost/forgotten/forbidden knowledge once enabled us to effect the physical universe in ways that we currently are not able to do. Now, realize that the knowledge we gain in the future could enable us to reproduce creations of our the past only to leave us with more questions. Are we enabling a future capable of reproducing the past, a feat not possible in the present? One must also ask how does that effect our concepts of a linear growth of technology throughout time. Before we get tangled up in future speculations (of the past) let me explain what I mean...

A simple example of what I mean can be seen with our coming ability to one day build monolithic structures with advanced technology at the scale of or larger than those already built across this planet. The structures once built by our ancestors can't currently be reproduced, although future technology suggests that they will be possible to construct. This alone is compelling, and it is just one example of how the future meets the past in the future ;-)


Of-course with all things singularity time itself becomes strange as we enter the future. The relationship between the past, present, and future become strangely tangled as we get deeper into the future. One simple way to understand this is by acknowledging that we have tools to extract information from the past. Tools that will only increase in capability as we move into the future. In the process of moving forward in time we develop tools that bring us greater understanding of the past. Isn't it weird that we have to move deeper into the future to understand the past?

While there are many ways to interpret the relationship between the future and the past, I can think of no better place to start then with Bruce Sterling's talk on atemporality







So to those that really wish to understand the past I say look into the future and for those that truly wish to understand the future I tell them to look into the past.

Ancient Technology


“The distinction between pastpresent, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion”




One must ask what is our primary reason for our attraction with the future? 

Is it possible that our fascination with the future could be indirectly associated with all the knowledge it will bring?  When we stare into the future we tend to get lost in the our coming abilities to manipulate the physical universe. We know that new technologies will bring greater "Freedom" to our ability to cause change to the physical world, one particular field of change that seems of primary focus is how we will change our selves, but as with all things in the "future" it is possible that our understanding to the flow of time may also be altered, and what are now considered two separate professions a futurist and a archaeologist may unify under a yet to be fully understood temporal theory.

A futurist along side an archaeologist share similar pursuits as they both wish to understand knowledge we currently don't have in our present possession. These similarities can be seen as our research into the past has only left us with substantially confusing evidence that we had knowledge in ancient times we currently don't have. Stranger still is that this lost/forgotten/forbidden knowledge once enabled us to effect the physical universe in ways that we currently are not able to fully reproduce.  Now mix in the realization that the knowledge we gain in the future could enable us to reproduce creations created in the past only leave us with more questions. Our we enabling a future capable of reproducing the past, a feet not possible of being done in the present? One must also ask how does that effect our concepts of a linear growth of technology through time. Yet before we tangled up into future speculations of the past let me explain what I mean.

A simple example of what I mean can be seen with our coming ability to one day build  monolithic structures with advance technology at the scale or larger to the one's already found all over the planet. The structures once built by our ancestors can't currently be reproduced, although future technology suggest they will be possible to construct. This alone while compelling is just one example of how the future meets the past in the future ;-)  

Of-course with all things singularity time itself becomes strange as we approach the future, the relationship between the past present and future become strangely tangled as we the deeper we go into the future. One simple way to understand this is by acknowledging that we have tools to extract information from the past. Tools that will only increase in capability as we move into the future, and in the process of moving forward in time we develop tools that bring us greater understanding of the past,  Isn't weird that we have to move deeper into the future to understand the past? 

While there are many ways to interpert the relationship between the future and the past, no better way I can think of 

 So to those that really wish to understand the past I say look into the future and for those that truly wish to understand the future I tell them to look into the past. 



Ancient Technology


“The distinction between pastpresent, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion”




One must ask what is our primary reason for our attraction with the future? 

Is it possible that our fascination with the future could be indirectly associated with all the knowledge it will bring?  When we stare into the future we tend to get lost in the our coming abilities to manipulate the physical universe. We know that new technologies will bring greater "Freedom" to our ability to cause change to the physical world, one particular field of change that seems of primary focus is how we will change our selves, but as with all things in the "future" it is possible that our understanding to the flow of time may also be altered, and what are now considered two separate professions a futurist and a archaeologist may unify under a yet to be fully understood temporal theory.

A futurist along side an archaeologist share similar pursuits as they both wish to understand knowledge we currently don't have in our present possession. These similarities can be seen as our research into the past has only left us with substantially confusing evidence that we had knowledge in ancient times we currently don't have. Stranger still is that this lost/forgotten/forbidden knowledge once enabled us to effect the physical universe in ways that we currently are not able to fully reproduce.  Now mix in the realization that the knowledge we gain in the future could enable us to reproduce creations created in the past only leave us with more questions. Our we enabling a future capable of reproducing the past, a feet not possible of being done in the present? One must also ask how does that effect our concepts of a linear growth of technology through time. Yet before we tangled up into future speculations of the past let me explain what I mean.

A simple example of what I mean can be seen with our coming ability to one day build  monolithic structures with advance technology at the scale or larger to the one's already found all over the planet. The structures once built by our ancestors can't currently be reproduced, although future technology suggest they will be possible to construct. This alone while compelling is just one example of how the future meets the past in the future ;-)  

Of-course with all things singularity time itself becomes strange as we approach the future, the relationship between the past present and future become strangely tangled as we the deeper we go into the future. One simple way to understand this is by acknowledging that we have tools to extract information from the past. Tools that will only increase in capability as we move into the future, and in the process of moving forward in time we develop tools that bring us greater understanding of the past,  Isn't weird that we have to move deeper into the future to understand the past? 

While there are many ways to interpert the relationship between the future and the past, no better way I can think of 

 So to those that really wish to understand the past I say look into the future and for those that truly wish to understand the future I tell them to look into the past. 



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.