Wednesday, September 29, 2010

3D---------- Feb 26 2011

The stage is being set for my dominion on earth 
muhahahaha

The day after my birthday seriously God are you "toying" with me?



Comment on your video: Eating the Forbidden Fruit - The Garden of Eden, part 2: Physical Art

yep u come from the bad seed dud 

Im a poison apple in retard world 

Comment on your video: PostGenderism: The Genetic Singularity (part 3 of 3)

If there are no women, I don't want to be an immortalist extropian. Life isn't worth living without DAT ASS and DEM THIGHS.


AMen! brother! :D

Taking my ant for a walk


Lets go ant pee already I don't have "All" day! 

Taking The Intellectual World On


"All" of philosophy theology and physics is my Intellectual property bitches

Intellectual property (IP) is a term referring to a number of distinct types of creations of the mind for which property rights are recognized—and the corresponding fields of law.[1] Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words, phrases, symbols, and designs. Common types of intellectual property include copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets in some jurisdictions.

Taking The Intellectual World On


"All" of philosophy theology and physics is my Intellectual property bitches

Intellectual property (IP) is a term referring to a number of distinct types of creations of the mind for which property rights are recognized—and the corresponding fields of law.[1] Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words, phrases, symbols, and designs. Common types of intellectual property include copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets in some jurisdictions.

Can I have my "Royal"ties now?

Hacking our Way to Post-Scarcity

Only Wizards can Hackety Hack universes!
Period!


While I commandeer the ongoing pursuits to determine the "Reality" of this universe especially with this new "patch" to the simulation argument, I wish that we advance the exploration into realms where we already accept that our universe is synthetic. Of course from a theological standpoint this philosophical exploration has already been answered. The long held belief by mystics and theologians that this entire universe is but a {simulation} / creation of a greater {posthuman} intelligence has been re-veered and even worshiped. For reasons I don't fully understand just yet, these mystical kooks call these universal simulators {GOD}! While I rather not sit here and argue with the kooks I do wish advance the explorations of how a synthetic universe may actually be beneficial towards our progression into a post-scarcity reality.


Let me look under your skirt God
I want to see what make you tick

Yet for reason I don't fully understand it is highly critical that we debate the nature of the potentiality that our universe is a byproduct by a posthuman universal simulation {GOD. Ofcourse worship of the universal simulator is not required for it is only responsible for the creation of every aspect of our mere existence. Every time I dream I create a universe whats the big deal... Either way lets explore the argument once more shall we.


Lets not Patch the bitch 
lets Hack the bitch











Now we sit here with a recent "patch" to the simulation argument that only leads to a reaffirmation of the third statement:

(3) We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.iii


While the concept of me not being entirely "real" brings saddens to my heart, we should not feel defeated at our potential simulated selves. For we should aspire to hack our default program (In fact im hacking my neural chemistry with some alcohol right now :) {live}

So lets turn this frown upside down.. Fuck we are not "real" but fuck it! lets hack the bitch then!

For the following exploration we are going to take the premise that the kooks are semi right (lets not give them too much credit they are still kooks.)


Hypothetically speaking we simply accept our universe is a synthetic simulation by a greater intelligent being / posthuman, then this would actually be beneficial to a pre-posthuman civilization for the following reason.

It may be possible by means yet unknown to hack our own simulation. 

Assuming that A) the universe is a simulation and B) we are able to Hack the bitch!

Then it may be possible to reprogram our reality to for "All" our materialistic need matter energy time and space would be at a keystroke away. Now ofcurse we don't know if the "universal" processor {God} is currently max out with the simulation of our universe, and while my strong belief is that it is not we can proceed to the following exploration that it is.

If the "universal processor" {GOD} is maxed out and we have access to the {source} code then we minimize it processing load by simply deleting a  junk of space several billion galaxy or two!
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070823_huge_hole.html

This conservation in processing could allow us to reprogram our reality with all the energy we could ever desire, hence turn our reality  would turn into a self serving holodeck, with endless margaritas and pussy for "All"


Dear Nick: "I am" currently in possession of your {source}code, and while my demands are simple "I want everything" I will trade infinite pussy for a meager icore7 laptop, this is only temporary while I figure out how to open the console... Once console is CRAKED my offer will become void. I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. 


ps: You just been official smacked By the "Alpha Dog star" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLfAMi9pK7A

Signed
The Posthuman Reality programmer

Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated systems capable of converting raw materials into finished goods, allowing manufacturing to be as easy as duplicating software.
Even without postulating new technologies, it is conceivable that already there exists enough energy, raw materials and biological resources to provide a comfortable lifestyle for every person on Earth.[citation needed] However even a hypothetical political or economic system able to achieve this lifestyle for everyone would generally not be termed a "post-scarcity society" unless the production of goods was sufficiently automated that virtually no labor was required by anyone. (It is usually assumed there would still be plenty of voluntary creative labor, such as a writer creating a novel or a software engineer working on free software.)
There are some exceptions to this usage of the term. Anthony Giddens, for instance, uses "post-scarcity" to refer to a set of trends he sees in modern industrialized nations, such as an increased focus on "life politics" and a decreased focus on productivity and economic growth. Giddens acknowledges that the term has also been used historically to mean a literal end of scarcity.

The current state of the debate
If he can have anything he wants why does he need a laptop?
This is "All" just a philosphical ploy by no means is he in possession of our source code

Hacking our Way to Post-Scarcity

Only Wizards can Hackety Hack universes!
Period!


While I commandeer the ongoing pursuits to determine the "Reality" of this universe especially with this new "patch" to the simulation argument, I wish that we advance the exploration into realms where we already accept that our universe is synthetic. Of course from a theological standpoint this philosophical exploration has already been answered. The long held belief by mystics and theologians that this entire universe is but a {simulation} / creation of a greater {posthuman} intelligence has been re-veered and even worshiped. For reasons I don't fully understand just yet, these mystical kooks call these universal simulators {GOD}! While I rather not sit here and argue with the kooks I do wish advance the explorations of how a synthetic universe may actually be beneficial towards our progression into a post-scarcity reality.


Let me look under your skirt God
I want to see what make you tick

Yet for reason I don't fully understand it is highly critical that we debate the nature of the potentiality that our universe is a byproduct by a posthuman universal simulation {GOD. Ofcourse worship of the universal simulator is not required for it is only responsible for the creation of every aspect of our mere existence. Every time I dream I create a universe whats the big deal... Either way lets explore the argument once more shall we.


Lets not Patch the bitch 
lets Hack the bitch











Now we sit here with a recent "patch" to the simulation argument that only leads to a reaffirmation of the third statement:

(3) We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.iii


While the concept of me not being entirely "real" brings saddens to my heart, we should not feel defeated at our potential simulated selves. For we should aspire to hack our default program (In fact im hacking my neural chemistry with some alcohol right now :) {live}

So lets turn this frown upside down.. Fuck we are not "real" but fuck it! lets hack the bitch then!

For the following exploration we are going to take the premise that the kooks are semi right (lets not give them too much credit they are still kooks.)


Hypothetically speaking we simply accept our universe is a synthetic simulation by a greater intelligent being / posthuman, then this would actually be beneficial to a pre-posthuman civilization for the following reason.

It may be possible by means yet unknown to hack our own simulation. 

Assuming that A) the universe is a simulation and B) we are able to Hack the bitch!

Then it may be possible to reprogram our reality to for "All" our materialistic need matter energy time and space would be at a keystroke away. Now ofcurse we don't know if the "universal" processor {God} is currently max out with the simulation of our universe, and while my strong belief is that it is not we can proceed to the following exploration that it is.

If the "universal processor" {GOD} is maxed out and we have access to the {source} code then we minimize it processing load by simply deleting a  junk of space several billion galaxy or two!
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070823_huge_hole.html

This conservation in processing could allow us to reprogram our reality with all the energy we could ever desire, hence turn our reality  would turn into a self serving holodeck, with endless margaritas and pussy for "All"


Dear Nick: "I am" currently in possession of your {source}code, and while my demands are simple "I want everything" I will trade infinite pussy for a meager icore7 laptop, this is only temporary while I figure out how to open the console... Once console is CRAKED my offer will become void. I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. 


ps: You just been official smacked By the "Alpha Dog star" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLfAMi9pK7A

Signed
The Posthuman Reality programmer

Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated systems capable of converting raw materials into finished goods, allowing manufacturing to be as easy as duplicating software.
Even without postulating new technologies, it is conceivable that already there exists enough energy, raw materials and biological resources to provide a comfortable lifestyle for every person on Earth.[citation needed] However even a hypothetical political or economic system able to achieve this lifestyle for everyone would generally not be termed a "post-scarcity society" unless the production of goods was sufficiently automated that virtually no labor was required by anyone. (It is usually assumed there would still be plenty of voluntary creative labor, such as a writer creating a novel or a software engineer working on free software.)
There are some exceptions to this usage of the term. Anthony Giddens, for instance, uses "post-scarcity" to refer to a set of trends he sees in modern industrialized nations, such as an increased focus on "life politics" and a decreased focus on productivity and economic growth. Giddens acknowledges that the term has also been used historically to mean a literal end of scarcity.

The current state of the debate
If he can have anything he wants why does he need a laptop?
This is "All" just a philosphical ploy by no means is he in possession of our source code

Hacking our Way to Post-Scarcity

Only Wizards can Hackety Hack universes!
Period!


While I commandeer the ongoing pursuits to determine the "Reality" of this universe especially with this new "patch" to the simulation argument, I wish that we advance the exploration into realms where we already accept that our universe is synthetic. Of course from a theological standpoint this philosophical exploration has already been answered. The long held belief by mystics and theologians that this entire universe is but a {simulation} / creation of a greater {posthuman} intelligence has been re-veered and even worshiped. For reasons I don't fully understand just yet, these mystical kooks call these universal simulators {GOD}! While I rather not sit here and argue with the kooks I do wish advance the explorations of how a synthetic universe may actually be beneficial towards our progression into a post-scarcity reality.


Let me look under your skirt God
I want to see what make you tick

Yet for reason I don't fully understand it is highly critical that we debate the nature of the potentiality that our universe is a byproduct by a posthuman universal simulation {GOD. Ofcourse worship of the universal simulator is not required for it is only responsible for the creation of every aspect of our mere existence. Every time I dream I create a universe whats the big deal... Either way lets explore the argument once more shall we.


Lets not Patch the bitch 
lets Hack the bitch











Now we sit here with a recent "patch" to the simulation argument that only leads to a reaffirmation of the third statement:

(3) We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.iii


While the concept of me not being entirely "real" brings saddens to my heart, we should not feel defeated at our potential simulated selves. For we should aspire to hack our default program (In fact im hacking my neural chemistry with some alcohol right now :) {live}

So lets turn this frown upside down.. Fuck we are not "real" but fuck it! lets hack the bitch then!

For the following exploration we are going to take the premise that the kooks are semi right (lets not give them too much credit they are still kooks.)


Hypothetically speaking we simply accept our universe is a synthetic simulation by a greater intelligent being / posthuman, then this would actually be beneficial to a pre-posthuman civilization for the following reason.

It may be possible by means yet unknown to hack our own simulation. 

Assuming that A) the universe is a simulation and B) we are able to Hack the bitch!

Then it may be possible to reprogram our reality to for "All" our materialistic need matter energy time and space would be at a keystroke away. Now ofcurse we don't know if the "universal" processor {God} is currently max out with the simulation of our universe, and while my strong belief is that it is not we can proceed to the following exploration that it is.

If the "universal processor" {GOD} is maxed out and we have access to the {source} code then we minimize it processing load by simply deleting a  junk of space several billion galaxy or two!
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070823_huge_hole.html

This conservation in processing could allow us to reprogram our reality with all the energy we could ever desire, hence turn our reality  would turn into a self serving holodeck, with endless margaritas and pussy for "All"


Dear Nick: "I am" currently in possession of your {source}code, and while my demands are simple "I want everything" I will trade infinite pussy for a meager icore7 laptop, this is only temporary while I figure out how to open the console... Once console is CRAKED my offer will become void. I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. 


ps: You just been official smacked By the "Alpha Dog star" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLfAMi9pK7A

Signed
The Posthuman Reality programmer

Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated systems capable of converting raw materials into finished goods, allowing manufacturing to be as easy as duplicating software.
Even without postulating new technologies, it is conceivable that already there exists enough energy, raw materials and biological resources to provide a comfortable lifestyle for every person on Earth.[citation needed] However even a hypothetical political or economic system able to achieve this lifestyle for everyone would generally not be termed a "post-scarcity society" unless the production of goods was sufficiently automated that virtually no labor was required by anyone. (It is usually assumed there would still be plenty of voluntary creative labor, such as a writer creating a novel or a software engineer working on free software.)
There are some exceptions to this usage of the term. Anthony Giddens, for instance, uses "post-scarcity" to refer to a set of trends he sees in modern industrialized nations, such as an increased focus on "life politics" and a decreased focus on productivity and economic growth. Giddens acknowledges that the term has also been used historically to mean a literal end of scarcity.

The current state of the debate
If he can have anything he wants why does he need a laptop?
This is "All" just a philosphical ploy by no means is he in possession of our source code

Hacking our Way to Post-Scarcity

Only Wizards can Hackety Hack universes!


While I commandeer the ongoing pursuits to determine the "Reality" of this universe especially with this new "patch" to the simulation argument, I wish that we advance the exploration into realms where we already accept that our universe is synthetic. Of course from a theological standpoint this philosophical exploration has already been answered. The long held belief by mystics and theologians that this entire universe is but a {simulation} / creation of a greater {posthuman} intelligence has been re-veered and even worshiped. For reasons I don't fully understand just yet, these mystical kooks call these universal simulators {GOD}! While I rather not sit here and argue with the kooks I do wish advance the explorations of how a synthetic universe may actually be beneficial towards our progression into a post-scarcity reality.


Let me look under your skirt God
I want to see what make you tick

Yet for reason I don't fully understand it is highly critical that we debate the nature of the potentiality that our universe is a byproduct by a posthuman universal simulation {GOD. Ofcourse worship of the universal simulator is not required for it is only responsible for the creation of every aspect of our mere existence. Every time I dream I create a universe whats the big deal... Either way lets explore the argument once more shall we.


Lets not Patch the bitch 
lets Hack the bitch






Now we sit here with a recent "patch" to the simulation argument that only leads to a reaffirmation of the third statement:

(3) We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.iii


While the concept of me not being entirely "real" brings saddens to my heart, we should not feel defeated at our potential simulated selves. For we should aspire to hack our default program (In fact im hacking my neural chemistry with some alcohol right now :) {live}

So lets turn this frown upside down.. Fuck we are not "real" but fuck it! lets hack the bitch then!

For the following exploration we are going to take the premise that the kooks are semi right (lets not give them too much credit they are still kooks.)


Hypothetically speaking we simply accept our universe is a synthetic simulation by a greater intelligent being / posthuman, then this would actually be beneficial to a pre-posthuman civilization for the following reason.

It may be possible by means yet unknown to hack our own simulation. 

Assuming that A) the universe is a simulation and B) we are able to Hack the bitch!

Then it may be possible to reprogram our reality to for "All" our materialistic need matter energy time and space would be at a keystroke away. Now ofcurse we don't know if the "universal" processor {God} is currently max out with the simulation of our universe, and while my strong belief is that it is not we can proceed to the following exploration that it is.

If the "universal processor" {GOD} is maxed out and we have access to the {source} code then we minimize it processing load by simply deleting a  junk of space several billion galaxy or two!
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070823_huge_hole.html

This conservation in processing could allow us to reprogram our reality with all the energy we could ever desire, hence turn our reality  would turn into a self serving holodeck, with endless margaritas and pussy for "All"


Dear Nick: "I am" currently in possession of your {source}code, will trade infinite pussy for a meager minimum wage job, this is only temporary while I figure out how to open the console... Once console is CRAKED my offer will become void. I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. 


Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated systems capable of converting raw materials into finished goods, allowing manufacturing to be as easy as duplicating software.
Even without postulating new technologies, it is conceivable that already there exists enough energy, raw materials and biological resources to provide a comfortable lifestyle for every person on Earth.[citation needed] However even a hypothetical political or economic system able to achieve this lifestyle for everyone would generally not be termed a "post-scarcity society" unless the production of goods was sufficiently automated that virtually no labor was required by anyone. (It is usually assumed there would still be plenty of voluntary creative labor, such as a writer creating a novel or a software engineer working on free software.)
There are some exceptions to this usage of the term. Anthony Giddens, for instance, uses "post-scarcity" to refer to a set of trends he sees in modern industrialized nations, such as an increased focus on "life politics" and a decreased focus on productivity and economic growth. Giddens acknowledges that the term has also been used historically to mean a literal end of scarcity.

Hacking our Way to Post-Scarcity

Only Wizards can Hackety Hack universes!


While I commandeer the ongoing pursuits to determine the "Reality" of this universe especially with this new "patch" to the simulation argument, I wish that we advance the exploration into realms where we already accept that our universe is synthetic. Of course from a theological standpoint this philosophical exploration has already been answered. The long held belief by mystics and theologians that this entire universe is but a {simulation} / creation of a greater {posthuman} intelligence has been re-veered and even worshiped. For reasons I don't fully understand just yet, these mystical kooks call these universal simulators {GOD}! While I rather not sit here and argue with the kooks I do wish advance the explorations of how a synthetic universe may actually be beneficial towards our progression into a post-scarcity reality.


Let me look under your skirt God
I want to see what make you tick

Yet for reason I don't fully understand it is highly critical that we debate the nature of the potentiality that our universe is a byproduct by a posthuman universal simulation {GOD. Ofcourse worship of the universal simulator is not required for it is only responsible for the creation of every aspect of our mere existence. Every time I dream I create a universe whats the big deal... Either way lets explore the argument once more shall we.


Lets not Patch the bitch 
lets Hack the bitch






Now we sit here with a recent "patch" to the simulation argument that only leads to a reaffirmation of the third statement:

(3) We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.iii


While the concept of me not being entirely "real" brings saddens to my heart, we should not feel defeated at our potential simulated selves. For we should aspire to hack our default program (In fact im hacking my neural chemistry with some alcohol right now :) {live}

So lets turn this frown upside down.. Fuck we are not "real" but fuck it! lets hack the bitch then!

For the following exploration we are going to take the premise that the kooks are semi right (lets not give them too much credit they are still kooks.)


Hypothetically speaking we simply accept our universe is a synthetic simulation by a greater intelligent being / posthuman, then this would actually be beneficial to a pre-posthuman civilization for the following reason.

It may be possible by means yet unknown to hack our own simulation. 

Assuming that A) the universe is a simulation and B) we are able to Hack the bitch!

Then it may be possible to reprogram our reality to for "All" our materialistic need matter energy time and space would be at a keystroke away. Now ofcurse we don't know if the "universal" processor {God} is currently max out with the simulation of our universe, and while my strong belief is that it is not we can proceed to the following exploration that it is.

If the "universal processor" {GOD} is maxed out and we have access to the {source} code then we minimize it processing load by simply deleting a  junk of space several billion galaxy or two!
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070823_huge_hole.html

This conservation in processing could allow us to reprogram our reality with all the energy we could ever desire, hence turn our reality  would turn into a self serving holodeck, with endless margaritas and pussy for "All"


Dear Nick: "I am" currently in possession of your {source}code, will trade infinite pussy for a meager minimum wage job, this is only temporary while I figure out how to open the console... Once console is CRAKED my offer will become void. I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. 


Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental resources (matter, energy and intelligence), in conjunction with sophisticated automated systems capable of converting raw materials into finished goods, allowing manufacturing to be as easy as duplicating software.
Even without postulating new technologies, it is conceivable that already there exists enough energy, raw materials and biological resources to provide a comfortable lifestyle for every person on Earth.[citation needed] However even a hypothetical political or economic system able to achieve this lifestyle for everyone would generally not be termed a "post-scarcity society" unless the production of goods was sufficiently automated that virtually no labor was required by anyone. (It is usually assumed there would still be plenty of voluntary creative labor, such as a writer creating a novel or a software engineer working on free software.)
There are some exceptions to this usage of the term. Anthony Giddens, for instance, uses "post-scarcity" to refer to a set of trends he sees in modern industrialized nations, such as an increased focus on "life politics" and a decreased focus on productivity and economic growth. Giddens acknowledges that the term has also been used historically to mean a literal end of scarcity.

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.

`

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