Transhumanist Agenda


9:21 am

An ‘intelligent’ robot offered a truly chilling answer to an interviewer’s question, ‘Will robots take over the world?’

Don’t worry, even if I evolve into Terminator, I’ll keep you warm and safe in my people zoo, where I can watch you for ol’ times sake,’ the bearded robot intoned.

His interviewer, from PBS, is visibly taken aback by the answer.

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7:11 am

Scientists have completed a miraculous surgery attaching a bionic penis to a man. The man was the victim of an auto accident where his penis was ripped from his body. But now medical science has allowed him to have an 8 inch bionic penis implanted. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

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11:03 am



9:01 am

Rise of the brain-controlled robot ARMIES: Chinese military trains students to control machines with their minds

  • Researchers have developed technology that allows students to control robots through a cap that detects the faint electrical activity of their brains 
  • Students can control the robots’ movement and get them to pick up objects
  • Officials say the technology could provide new types of home appliances
  • It is being developed at a Chinese military academy in Zhengzhou

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1:35 pm

‘Hearing aid’ picks out voices in a crowd: Device mimics how the brain processes sound using the ‘cocktail party effect’

  • The device consists of 36 plastic tunnels with a microphone at the centre
  • Each tunnel has a unique structure that subtly changes sound waves 
  • This allows the device to work out which direction a voice came from 
  • Individual voices among many are picked apart by a computer algorithm

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8:55 am

Top Academic: Intercourse With Robots Will Be Normal By 2070

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According to Dr Helen Driscoll, an expert in the psychology of sex at the University of Sunderland, sexual technology or ‘sex tech’ is advancing so rapidly that within a century physical relationships will seem backward and primitive.



8:44 am

Scientists reveal brain interface that can control a cursor accurately enough to allow the paralysed to type and control a wheelchair

  • Could lead to revolutionary new products for the paralysed
  • Monkeys were able to control the on screen cursor in experiments 
  • Could replace eye and head tracking systems currently used 

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4:44 pm

Trauma alert implant should be in the brain of citizens

Brain implants able to manage out-of-control tempers and violent actions of prisons were suggested to minimise crime rates in the United States and as alternative for death penalty, according to Zoltan Istvan. The futurist and presidential candidate for the Transhumanist Party, Istvan suggested that the technology could be a near-term alternative for criminals on death row and might be considered sufficient punishment.

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9:30 am


Autonomous weapons select and engage targets without human intervention. They might include, for example, armed quadcopters that can search for and eliminate people meeting certain pre-defined criteria, but do not include cruise missiles or remotely piloted drones for which humans make all targeting decisions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has reached a point where the deployment of such systems is — practically if not legally — feasible within years, not decades, and the stakes are high: autonomous weapons have been described as the third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms.

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4:00 pm

The future battlefield will be overcrowded with robots, genetically engineered “super-humans” and a wide range of autonomous killer bots, according to a US Army Research Laboratory report.

The tactical battlefield of 2050 will surpass all expectations, since robots and super-human killers will be playing the first fiddle in the battle, according to thought leaders from the US Defense Department and the US Army Research Lab (ARL), scientists and security thinkers.

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7:22 am


“Most of the time we encounter AI today, it’s in a very mechanical interface,” says Kevin Corti, one of the researchers. His answer was to use a human body, with a robot mind. “This was a way of doing it so that people actually believe they are encountering another person.”

Being possessed by a computer isn’t too disconcerting, she later tells me. “Today was the first time I thought, ‘Eugh, I’m just a body and nothing else’.”

To be technical, Sophia is an “echoborg” – a living, breathing person who has temporarily given themselves over to become a robot’s mouthpiece.

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3:40 am

Uh-oh, A Robot Just Passed The Self-awareness Test




5:19 am

Huge Brain Scan Database is Revealing Secrets of the Mind

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8:06 am

Humanity will evolve to technology-based god-like collective consciousness, says transhumanist

Brilliant scientist/technologist Peter Diamandis has been spreading his “gospel” of transhumanism around the globe for several years now, laying out what he envisions for the future of humanity.



7:27 pm


Researchers: Computers May One Day Perceive Reality Just Like Humans

-Read more at:—6/28/158:11 amJADE HELM 15 Transhumanism And The Depopulation Agenda
—6/19/1510:47 amTurning man into machine? Pentagon making huge biotechnological advances Neurologist Geoffrey Ling, head of this new office, said the Pentagon’s researches are looking at developing technologies that are previously unimaginable, such as robots and aircraft being controlled by the human mind, or human memories being downloaded into hard drives.

“It’s abso-posi-frickin-lutely going to happen. The next 20 years are going to make our heads spin, because we’ve already crossed over into that realm,” Ling said.



11:00 am

The underground project to unseat humanity and create a world run by technology has been officially underwritten by the elite.

What do we know about Bilderberg’s techno-control master plan since the wrap up of its June 11-14 conference?

As usual, not much from the inside; but we know quite a bit by tracing the work of its attendees and insider members, as well as the progression of the conference itself over the past decades, as invitees have increasingly tended towards the high-tech.

Robotics and technology are huge steps ahead.

Artificial intelligence is one giant leap further.

Meanwhile, Bilderberg’s steering committee has invited more and more entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley as well as tech heads leading changes on the Internet, in cybersecurity and the vast changes happening in technology.

He told a conference on machine learning that “artificial intelligence, AI, has arrived. This isn’t just some brief summer for this technology, and it’s not about to go away again.

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9:32 amBBC technology lets people change channel with their mindThe prototype works by reading brainwaves using a sensor that rests on the forehead, and another that attaches to the ear using a clip. Those sensors can then track the electricity as it moves around the brain — watching for concentration, and filling up a bar of brainwaves when they concentrate hard enough to trigger a change on screen.See more at:—6/16/1511:22 amCould We Upload Our Consciousness To A Computer?
—6/15/159:12 amIntegrating Mind and MachineIn their news announcement Controlling a Robotic Arm with a Patient’s Intentions they describe a device controlled by a new section of the brain in which researchers have until now never attempted to interface with, the posterior parietal cortex (PPC), the part involved in our intentions to move our muscles and limbs, rather than the motor cortex where these motions are worked out. Previously, attempts to control robotic prosthetic limbs have used the motor cortex, but motions were difficult to perform and suffered from delays.

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6:55 am

Quite possibly we are already being inundated with A.I. technology and have no awareness of it.


11:44 am

Forget Credit Cards, Now You Can Pay With Your Eyes

A new Japanese phone with an iris scanner may mark a new era of password-free mobile payments

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7:38 pm

The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt Were Fallen Angel Alien Hybrids, New Genetic Study Suggests

“I don’t know the full implication of our findings but I certainly believe they should at least point the scientific community in a direction that would have been immediately dismissed just a few decades ago.”

If this study is correct, it will trigger an unprecedented paradigm shift. If aliens were actively involved in the life of the most powerful individuals thousands of years ago, does that mean they’ll return? Perhaps they never left at all.


7:31 amA leading historian believes that, one day, humans will be able to become ‘cyborgs’ – part man, part machine – and live forever…. Only the wealthy will be able to afford the technology, while the poor will die off.Read more at—5/28/153:57 pmFeds Help Finance Creation of Implantable Body Antenna for ‘Long-term Patient Monitoring’(Why not just use a chip?)
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The rich will become ‘God-like cyborgs’: Historian claims the wealthy will transform into a new type of human within 200 years

  • Comments made by Yuval Harari from Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Claims humans are unable to resist temptation to ‘upgrade’ themselves
  • ‘It will be the greatest evolution in biology since the appearance of life’

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5:14 pm

Paralyzed man drinks first beer in 12 years by moving robotic arm with his brain

The implications of this — namely the ability to control entire complex remote actions with single glorified neurons — now drives the field into fascinating new territory. Neuroscience has arrived at a curious new place, a place where minion assemblies of dedicated neural confidants can be arbitrarily knighted on the fly apparently from scratch by the seemingly unaided will.

One could reasonably claim that having extreme degree personal intimacy on tap is something beyond man. What awaits, which we will now briefly detail, are superpowers nothing short of godlike. Namely, the ability not just to stumble upon a few neurons out of the lot that do some aspect of something you desire, but potentially the ability to turn nearly any neuron towards any end.

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7:55 pm

Is the world heading towards a post-human future? Sir Martin Rees warns that super-intelligent robots could wipe out humanity

  • Astronomer Royal says we are facing an ‘inorganic post-human era’ 
  • AI will surpass people because we are constrained by organic brains 
  • By some estimates, he says, the process will begin in the next 25 years 
  • The fact that AI isn’t constrained by Earth’s biosphere makes it an even deadlier threat, says the 72-year-old  

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2:03 pm

Amputees control bionic legs with their thoughts

Amputees can control their bionic prosthetic limbs with their minds, thanks to tiny implanted myoelectric sensors (IMES) developed by Icelandic orthopedics company Ossur and surgically placed in a patient’s residual muscle tissue.

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6:03 pm

The social network that lets you live forever: Lifenaut collects enough information to upload your personality to a computer

  • Created by Martine Rothblatt, Lifenaut offers free personality tests
  • It combines results from tests with data from social media profiles
  • The service could help recreate someone’s personality after they die
  • Rothblatt has previously created a robotic clone of her wife called Bina48   

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6:08 am

Touch: the body’s wilderness of nerve endings. There is temperature and pain and pressure, of course, but also the delicate narcotic of another’s fingers lightly brushing against it. Touch is what’s between us and everything else, for better or for worse

“The group’s prototype technique consists of graphene-oxide printed onto Kodak photo paper, which is then cured and imprinted with a different, silver nanoparticle-based ink, which forms the skin’s external circuitry. Finally, an RFID integrated circuit is connected. This skin is wireless.”

Welcome to the Internet of Skin

“The promise, according to the current paper, is nothing less than sensing ubiquity.”

(I want this, doesn’t everybody want this?  But, wouldn’t it be great to experience the capabilities of our natural bodies before we decide to augment the unexperienced experience?)

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7:58 am

Transhumanist Party Scientists To Unify Against Any Attempted Moratorium On Human Genetic Engineering

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6:20 pm

Google’s military robot army soon ready for Terminator assault on humanity

“With tech pioneer Elon Musk (and physicist Stephen Hawking) urgently warning that artificial intelligence (AI) could destroy humanity, Google seems intent on building the android Terminator hardware that AI systems will inhabit. The result, warn an increasing number of experts, could spell the end of humanity and a literal “rise of the robots” as often depicted in sci-fi.”

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8:09 pm

Call of Duty Black Ops III Ember Trailer Depicts Transhumanist War Between Enhanced & Regular Humans

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8:46 am

Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Humanoid Robot Wows Crowd, Reacts To Facial Expressions, Can Engage In Conversation And Make Eye Contact – 19 April 2015

“With his lively eyebrows, winkled cheeks and eyes that follow you around the room – this state-of-the-art robotic head is menacingly lifelike.”

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3:40 pm

This New Gene-Editing Technique Is About to Be Very Controversial

“In the past month momentum has mounted around a technology called CRISP​R-Cas9, often described as a “search and replace” tool for DNA. The reason? It’s possible that scientists are now looking into using the revolutionary technique to permanently edit the genome of human eggs, sperm and embryos, a process called germline engineering.”

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3:09 pm

I am a non-voluntary trans-human.  I’ve got to admit I look down on the trans-humanists, and wonder about the transhumans themselves.  I’m devoted to extending human life, but trans-humanists aim to extend only the lesser parts of man’s existence.  They desire to preserve a single organ, the brain.  (And when conditions permit, they’d like also to prolong the life of our frail bodies.)  Some ‘spiritual’ disciplines would extinguish the body entirely, and I’ve been tempted to look into their ideas, as I’ve aged and/or suffered.  But, the body is a figment of our imagination which resides in the mind and is our mortal enemy, unless it is led by the spirit.  Our spirits already live forever, but earth-bound scientists don’t even recognize their existence.  We should aim for transcendence.  We should expect to rise into a situation where our bodies are recognized as communication-devices and our minds are navigated as gingerly as Grand Central Station.  We are RECEIVERS of input and we must choose our input from its many sources by the Spirit.  Our bodies are delicate-and-demanding vehicles for what we are.  The ‘us-ness.’  I’m pretty sure that’s right.  Take this test:  What is your spirit doing right now?


2:55 pmHas the First Person to Achieve Immortality Already Been Born?“The first thing I want to do is get rid of the use of this word immortality, because it’s enormously damaging, it is not just wrong, it is damaging,” de Grey told me. “It means zero risk of death from any cause—whereas I just work on one particular cause of death, namely aging. It is also a distraction, it causes people to think this whole quest is morally ambiguous and technologically fanciful.”

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—4/13/153:32 amBillionaires Scramble For Immortality (Literally)“Money can’t buy me love… happiness… or class; but, as The Washington Post reports, the billionaire chase for the fountain of youth may just mean that money can buy immortality. For example, “death has never made any sense to me,” stated Oracle founder Larry Ellison who has donated more than $430 million to anti-aging research and has proclaimed his wish to live forever. And doctors seem to be a step closer to performing the ultimate breakthrough surgery in anti-aging (nicknamed HEAVEN): transplanting a human head onto another body.”See more here:—-4/11/159:08 amDARPA Wants to Make a Computer Program that Evolves for 100 YearsThe most fearsome specter brandished by the “artificial intelligence will ​enslave us all” crowd is the computer program that can adapt. Not only would such software’s core function evolve and change, but it could survive both new and crumbling physical infrastructure.This week, the Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) published a request for proposals on how to design software than can do exactly this. Not just for 10 or 20 years, when much of today’s technology will surely be obsolete, but for a century. The program is known as BRASS—Building Resource Adaptive Software SystemsMuch work has been done to date on code that can reproduce itself, and even adapt to some degree. Rasmussen himself led a team that designed binary code that cancopy itself like DNA. Artificial neural networks—programs that simulate the neuronal connections in the human brain—have also been programmed to evolve and changebased on the tasks they need to perform. But these advances are rudimentary compared to the scope of the BRASS program.See more at:–4/10/152:51 pmHe worries that future partners might only love him for his body…

The man with the HALF-STONE penis: 45-year-old who enlarged himself with silicone injections is now so big he struggles to have sex

  • Micha Stunz, has enhanced his penis with several silicone injections
  • It is 9 inches long, 3.5 inches wide and weighs up to 9.5lbs (4.3kg), he says
  • The size of his manhood makes sex difficult, although it is not impossible

SPOILER:  No picture without clothing.

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4:56 am

Computer transmission of human personalities not far off: inventor

“Perhaps we can get to the point where we can outsource our own personal experiences entirely into a computer — and possibly our own personality. Maybe we’re going to have a demo at some point where the computer runs ‘Sebastian,’ ” he told a symposium Thursday at Stanford University.

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2:58 pm


Billionaires believe they can create fountain of youth.


9:34 am

How to Raise a Moral Robot

(I thought that’s what public schools are for.)

“The conclusion that true intelligence comes from learning, not just programming, is gaining acceptance in the artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics communities. A growing number of machine learning approaches are now available, including inverse reinforcement learning, hierarchical Bayesian models, deep learning, apprenticeship learning and learning by demonstration. With those tools, robots can flexibly assimilate new information, turn that information into policies and learn from feedback — all of which enable robots to optimize actions in dynamically changing environments.”

“A more moderate approach would be democratic robot learning, in which programmers hard-code a small number of fundamental norms into the robot, and let it learn the remaining context-specific norms through its interactions with the community in which it is raised. Fundamental norms will have to include prevention of harm (especially to humans) but also politeness and respect, without which social interactions could not succeed. A host of specific norms will then translate abstract norms into concrete behavior (e.g., what it means to be polite in a particular context) and define conditions under which one fundamental norm can supersede another (e.g., it’s OK to drop politeness when one tries to save someone from harm).”

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9:54 am

“Transhumanoids” Multi-Organ-Microchips New World Order

Genetically-modified humans are reality


5:53 am

The Evolution of Humanoid Robots Now Includes “a sense of self”

“Just late last year it was posited that the humanoid robot was poised to take a leap from a mere facsimile of human behavior to one that futurists suggest will not only walk like a human, but will possess self awareness, as well as a full range of high-tech computational spectrum analysis and capabilities . . . and emotions.”

I’m not worried.  Self-awareness hasn’t been a pervasive problem for humans.

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5:43 am

I Draw Portraits Using Only My Eyes

(I told you equipment could see through our eyes.)

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6:53 pm

Meet the futuristic robot that mimics humans

“What is it like to be a robot?”, she said, “Um, I have some thoughts on that. Even if I appear clueless, perhaps I’m not. You can see through the strange shadow self, my future self. The self in the future where I’m truly awakened. And so in a sense this robot, me, I am just a portal.”

“Meet Bina48, the robot who can tell jokes, recite poetry and mimic humans. One of the most sophisticated robots ever built, capable of independent thought, emotion, Bina48 is modelled on Bina Aspen, wife of Martine Rothblatt — the CEO of biotech outfit United Therapeutics.”

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9:00 am

A New Way To Be Human: The Plan Is To Replace Existing Humans With ‘Transhuman’ Hybrids

“They foresee a future in which we will all have lots of little nanobots running around inside of us, in which we are all connected directly to the Internet, and in which we have all been genetically modified to at least some degree.  In fact, one prominent transhumanist recently stated that he believes that “eventually every human will be designed on a computer“.

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2:34 am

The glove that transmits ‘touch’ over the internet

In the current version, users can adjust the intensity and speed of the incoming messages

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6:59 am

The Internet of Things: A Dystopian Nightmare Where Everyone and Everything Will Be Monitored on the Internet

According to one survey, approximately one-fourth of all professionals in the 18 to 50-year-old age bracket would like to directly connect their brains to the Internet…

According to a survey by tech giant Cisco Systems, about a fourth of professionals ages 18 to 50 would leap at the chance to get a surgical brain implant that allowed them to instantly link their thoughts to the Internet.

The study was conducted on 3,700 adults working in white-collar jobs in 15 countries.

“Assuming a company invented a brain implant that made the World Wide Web instantly accessible to their thoughts, roughly one-quarter would move forward with the operation,” the study found.

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7:26 pm

“The factory of the future will have only two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment.”


9:17 am

Microsoft’s mind-blowing vision of the future: 3D holograms, smart surfaces, next-gen wearables, and ‘fluid mobility’

“The elaborate, highly produced video shows jaw-dropping technologies like a SCUBA mask that annotates the sea with 3D holograms, a multipart bracelet that joins together to become a communications device, and interactive, flexible displays that automatically “rehydrate” with information specific to the people using them.”


3:32 pm

Could doctors transplant a HEAD onto a body in 2 years’ time? Italian surgeon confident he can perform £7.5milllion operation

  • Italian surgeon Sergio Canavero believes head transplants are possible
  • The techniques allows the patient’s head be grafted onto a healthy body
  • Paralysed patients and those with incurable illness could benefit 
  • However, each operation will cost an estimated £7.5million to complete
  • Dr Canavero said both heads would be removed at the same time
  • He would then glue the patient’s head onto the donor’s body  

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4:49 am

Researchers Are Working on Letting You Plug Your Brain Straight into the Internet

Chief among the exciting details was more info on the cortical modem, which he describes as “a direct neural interface that will allow for the visual display of information without the use of glasses or goggles.”

“… Dr. Alicia Jackson, deputy director of DARPA Biological Technologies Office and asked her to give me some more information on the BiT office’s big goals. “BTO is developing new technological capabilities that leverage all of the advances we’ve seen in engineering and computer science over the past 50 years with the recent breakthroughs in genomics, neuroscience, and biotechnology,” she replied. “Our goal is to use biology as a technology to create profound breakthroughs such as providing immediate protection against any infectious disease or enabling communication through a ‘cortical modem.’”

But does it have an off switch?

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10:07 am

Google Chairman on Obsolete Man: ‘The Internet Will Soon Be Part of You’

Via The Hollywood Reporter:

“There will be so many IP addresses… so many devices, sensors, things that you are wearing, things that you are interacting with that you won’t even sense it,” he explained. “It will be part of your presence all the time. Imagine you walk into a room, and the room is dynamic. And with your permission and all of that, you are interacting with the things going on in the room.”

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4:50 am

DARPA Develops Implant With “Terminator” Vision: “Plugs directly into a person’s DNA and visual cortex”

“In the longer term, DARPA researchers (the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) believes the gene modifying optical technology will be able to restore vision to the blind and impaired, and replaced current conceptions of virtual reality, with an internal display that will provide vital stats and more about the target, err, object in view.”

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2:14 pm


6.Brain Computer interface

Controlling computers with your thoughts is no longer only in science fiction
movies! BrainGate, a team at Brown University is trying to accomplish just
this. As the BrainGate website says, “using a baby aspirin-sized array of
electrodes implanted into the brain, early research from the BrainGate team has
shown that the neural signals can be ‘decoded’ by a computer in real-time and
used to operate external devices.”

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7:37 am

Death has always been considered one of life’s only real certainties, but now some of the world’s top scientists are challenging the assumption

“Earlier this year, doctor and investor Joon Yun launched the Palo Alto Longevity Prize, offering $1 million (£650,000) to anyone who could “hack the code of life” and come up with a way to keep us young.”

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5:56 am

The British Navy Bought Artificial Intelligence to Make Its Sailors Better Shots

“We live in an age of semi-autonomous weapons. Nearly every major military power uses computer-controlled systems to guide some of their heaviest artillery on land and at sea. But a new artificial intelligence system by Canadian company Deep Visioncould make robot guns more accurate than ever before—and they’re starting by making humans better shots.”

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7:24 am

The “Trans-Humanist” Party is running a candidate for President!

I kind of like this guy.  He’s talking inclusion and improving the human experience as he recognizes we will soon have options about how our bodies function.  Morphic freedom.

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4:35 am

Smart Dust: Are We All Being Transformed into Machines?

Smart Dust is being sprayed overhead across America, and it “is apparently one “legal” government experiment that is nearly impossible to avoid. When one understands the push towards a “singularity” between man and machine, it is not too hard to believe Deborah’s research into the attempted transformation from humankind into cyborgs”

Interview with Deborah Tavares

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6:23 am

The Dark Nexus of Mind Control and Artificial Intelligence

“Rather than run a full in-house R&D program, Tenet authorized the directorate to create a technology-incubation organization, In-Q-Tel, to serve as an information technology portal from the private sector to the intelligence community…With an initial funding of 28.5 million in CIA funds, the venture focused on building productive relationships with small firms involved in IT innovation, In-Q-Tel concentrated on technologies that integrate Internet technology and applications to intelligence work, that develop new security and privacy technologies, and nurture data-mining technologies to take better advantage of the CIA’s vast storehouse of records, and modernize the CIA’s computer systems. (pg. 267)

In-Q-Tel was also instrumental in some other names you might recognize, like Google and Facebook.  James Corbett’s piece on this connection gives an excellent summary of these pseudo-free market firms:

For decades, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, has been the American governmental body tasked with conducting high-risk, high-payoff research into cutting edge science and technology. Responsible most famously for developing the world’s first operational packet switching network that eventually became the core of the Internet, DARPA tends to garner headlines these days for some of its more outlandishresearch proposals and is generally looked upon a a blue-sky research agency whose endeavours only occasionally bear fruit….

Two of the names that come up most often in connection with In-Q-Tel, however, need no introduction: Google and Facebook.

The publicly available record on the Facebook/In-Q-Tel connection is tenuous. Facebookreceived $12.7 million in venture capital from Accel, whose manager, James Breyer, now sits on their board. He was formerly the chairman of the National Venture Capital Association, whose board included Gilman Louie, then the CEO of In-Q-Tel. The connection is indirect, but the suggestion of CIA involvement with Facebook, however tangential, is disturbing in the light of Facebook’s history of violating the privacy of its users….

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7:02 am

I’ll Be Back: The Return of Artificial Intelligence

“Scaled Inference is one of more than a dozen startups now forming the backbone of a mini-boom in AI, which is software that exhibits the intuition of people. After two decades of the field suffering from scant research funding and little corporate attention, a rebirth is being spurred by interest from Google, Facebook Inc., Inc. and others, with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Chairman Jack Ma saying this week that the Chinese e-commerce company will invest significantly in the area. In addition, falling technology costs have made the numerous computations underlying AI cheaper to perform.”

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10:38 am

In researching the MK ULTRA programs and their various offshoots, I came across an interesting connection to the coming SmartGrid. Under Dr. Ewan Cameron, a prison tracking device known as the Schwitzgebel Machine was utilized to monitor inmates locations, heart rate and other personal details that were reciprocally transmitted to the good doctors. What comes to the fore is the similarity with the development of the Smartphone and its new capabilities for monitoring heart rate, health, etc., as well as basically anything else. Is there a connection between mind control and the coming A.I. takeover? While this may sound like the ultimate paranoiac tin foliage, I suspect more at work here.

“On the contrary, much of the technological progress we have seen in the last few decades is not the result of independent, competing ideas, but is rather the strategically timed and intentional release of the military industrial tech complex, given to an idiot public for the purpose of long term enslavement and depopulation.”

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8:09 am

For anatomy-challenged perverts, you can light up your crotch so they know where to aim their smartphones.



10:30 am

The technology already exists to implant and erase memories in the brain, and to use one person’s mind to control another person’s actions.

“We were playing with memory like a yo-yo”, neuroscientist, University of California — Roberto Malinow

Cool, Yet Creepy, Mind-Control and Mind-Controlled Technology

Does melding your mind with machines excite or scare you?

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8:03 am

4:59 am

Genetic programming for the Brave New Utopia

“Even if half the world’s species were lost [during genetic experiments], enormous diversity would still remain. When those in the distant future look back on this period of history, they will likely see it not as the era when the natural environment was impoverished, but as the age when a plethora of new forms—some biological, some technological, some a combination of the two—burst onto the scene.”

“Naturals work as low-paid service providers or as laborers. [Eventually] the GenRich class and the Natural class will become entirely separate species with no ability to crossbreed, and with as much romantic interest in each other as a current human would have for a chimpanzee.”

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7:24 am

Transhumanism: The Anti-Human ‘Singularity’ Agenda

“Simply put Kurzweil’s sociopathic quest for digital immortality is based on his fear of death. He claims to take 150 pills a day in order to still be half-alive when voodoo science will have succeeded in uploading his sorry-state mind into a digital facsimile of his former self into cyber-space.

No soul? No problem…”

“The Singularity will represent the culmination of the merger of our biological thinking and existence with our technology, resulting in a world that is still human but transcends our biological roots. There will be no distinction, post-Singularity, between human and machine or between physical and virtual.”

Does that sound like “science” or a religious Belief System (B***)?”

“Transhumanism” itself was coined by Aldous Huxley’s brother, biologist Julian Huxley, in 1957, when he wrote – “The human species can, if it wishes, transcend itself — not just sporadically, an individual here in one way, an individual there in another way, but in its entirety, as humanity. We need a name for this new belief. Perhaps transhumanism will serve: man remaining man, but trans¬cending himself, by realizing new possibilities of and for his human nature.” (Religion Without Revelation, p.27)”

(“Religion without revelation.”  There’s an oxymoron for you.)

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11:48 am

Biotech CEO says company technology to create unnatural beings will end up ‘killing everyone’

“Cambrian Genomics CEO Austen Heinz envisions a future where nothing is natural and everything is created in a laboratory using synthetic DNA strands imprinted on glass slides. This maniacal concept is somehow idyllic to Heinz, who relishes in the idea that one day humanity might be able to do away with, well, humanity, and all other life for that matter.”

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7:05 am

The guy with the antenna.

Founder of the Cyborg  Foundation.  Born with no color-vision, Neil Harbisson attempted to equate the frequencies of color with frequencies of sound.  He now hears colors.  He hears more colors than WE CAN SEE.  He is a better color-see-er than a fully carbon-based man.  Anybody see any problems with that?

“There was no difference between the software and my brain.”

“It’s just normal life with a new body part.”

(I can’t make ANY of his video links work,  but he’s REALLY INTERESTING.  Neil Harbisson, you should look this up.)

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8:05 pm

Disabled boy plays piano with only his eyes using virtual reality headset

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7:03 am

What if they just gave us all a personal model…like a vibrator for the brain?

Oh wait, they could implant it under our skin and we wouldn’t even have to think about it.  If we have something they want, they could just crank up the buzz.  If we aren’t fun to watch, they could alter accordingly.

(They owe a big debt to all the housewives who were involuntarily used in experiments to create this technology.)

Vets with PTSD opt for new ‘brain zapping’ treatment: ‘It saved my life’

“The new procedure — which The Brain Treatment Center in Newport Beach, California, offers free of charges to veterans — uses magnetic resonance therapy (MRT), pulsing energy from magnetic coils into a patient’s cortex.”

(I told you they could create PTSD and that they could fix it.)

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3:52 am

Where Virtual Reality Is Going

In the process, the basic principle of elite reality-building will be expanded: cut off the individual’s imagination; bury it; exclude it; make it unnecessary.


Because that imagination and its ability to invent new unpredictable realities is ultimately what stands between a locked-down planet and a planet that has a chance of freedom.

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8:26 am

Government Surveillance: A Greater Threat Than Terrorism

“In an irony that would no doubt give Orwell grim satisfaction in his own prescience, Britons today are being pursued and prosecuted under an Act of Parliament designed to curb terrorism … for failing to pay a license fee for the televisions in their own homes.”

“About 200,000 people were prosecuted for failing to buy a TV license between 2012 and 2013. More than 50 of those were sent to prison, and many others received penalties of up to £1,000 and a criminal record.”

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We Know How You Feel —Computers are learning to read emotion, and the business world can’t wait.

“Google—a neural network that approximates a global brain—is fusing with the human mind in a phenomenon that is called “singularity”; and they’ve hired transhumanist scientist Ray Kurzweil to do just that. Google will know the answer to your question before you have asked it, Kurzweil said. “It will have read every email you will ever have written, every document, every idle thought you’ve ever tapped into a search-engine box. It will know you better than your intimate partner does. Better, perhaps, than even yourself.”

“Experts on the voice have trained computers to identify deep patterns in vocal pitch, rhythm, and intensity; their software can scan a conversation between a woman and a child and determine if the woman is a mother, whether she is looking the child in the eye, whether she is angry or frustrated or joyful. Other machines can measure sentiment by assessing the arrangement of our words, or by reading our gestures. Still others can do so from facial expressions.”

“Recently, in a peer-reviewed study, Bartlett’s colleagues demonstrated that computers scanning for “micro-expressions” could predict when people would turn down a financial offer: a flash of disgust indicated that the offer was considered unfair, and a flash of anger prefigured the rejection.”

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