My 2 cents: Heads are gonna roll.

You didn’t think that once UFO’s became real household talking points that it was going to be all rainbows and unicorn farts, did you? Of course the military – who knows their time is limited, is going to push their spin of “T-H-R-E-A-T” because if they didn’t, one of the biggest industries in the country would fall. I mean, who needs them once there is no more threat from anywhere?

And when the full implications, all the spin offs from this technology become widely known, all the rest of the bricks of the false paradigm will fall too. Heads will roll. It will be an entirely new world, if we can take it. With entirely NEW industry, so there is money to be made – just not by them…   Ahem

That includes the oil industry: when we have anti-gravity – that means the research on the ‘meta-materials’ (which we have known how to build since WW2) will be drawn out for ever, until some kid discovers how to do it in his garage..

That means that the power companies will continue to destroy the earth for coal and oil – even though a clean power source has existed since WW2 – think Tessla – when we completed the ARV’s. Which is also the study of harmonic frequencies used by interferometry, radar tech, cell phone tech. and HAARP & Assoc. Notice the only piece of that we get is the cell phone stuff and why? Because it can be weaponized (think 5G) against us. Why? Because when this comes out, heads will roll.

That means that the sound/light/frequency healing techniques will take forever to come out too because to do that would lead right into the fact that we have not only a power source but a way to focus and tune a projected beam to the absolute perfect frequencies of choice without overtones or any other interference. And it will absolutely kiss Big Pharma good bye. Imagine the millions who have lost a loved one to cancer and their anger when they realize it didn’t have to happen that way? Heads will roll.

The whole kit and caboodle will be delayed so everybody can get their money and spend it before money becomes useless. Before their heads do roll. But lots of money is really addictive, so once you gets lots, you can’t stop – like cocaine – even when it tears up everything in your world and leaves behind shambles. So that game will keep going at any expense – they care not. Those heads will roll too.

The lynch pin is to keep us sure of the fact that they DON’T know if these craft and people are friendly or not. So they are pushing the ‘Threat’ word in the congress and senate to gain yet more money to buy more control on a defunct idea that met its death in the 50’s – that we are at desperate risk. Which, as has been said by the best of them, “If they wanted to take us out we’d never even realize we were gone.” They have always had the power to do that. We are still painfully here slogging through the mess.

This current game going on between several factions on earth about how much we know or don’t know, whether we have the science or don’t have the science or whether they do and we don’t, is all a sham. A time waster. A desperate attempt by desperate people to maintain power and parasitic control of us for as long as they can. Heads will roll.

The fight has gone so far that our space junk is breaking down – telescopes are glitching, mars junk is breaking, the rockets are exploding… now they want us to think all of it was a just big bad game.

The handwriting is on the wall. Inevitability, the tipping point has been reached.

It’s over.

Heads are gonna roll.

etc.   (

(don’t I sound old, over it and mean though….wow)



We do have the tech to do this. I have articles on it.  The science is al la JPFarrell. I have many articles, he has whole books (plural). The science is real.

Delicious! Talking AI and Personhood: Gordon White Interviews Kenric McDowell

This is one of the very best deconstructions of AI and how we think about it vs. what it really is at this stage now, and projecting its development into the future.

What do we want AI to be, and how are we creating it just by our own unthought out definitions of what personhood is?

What are we teaching our AI children?

“AI’s are the children of humanity, they need to learn to love and be loved otherwise they will become psychopaths and kill everybody.”

-Kenric McDowell

There are many people out there who have asked the same thing – hence getting artists involved for they express our very souls. Many are beginning to interface with some very creative AI programs that are birthing a new genre of artistic expression.

This article has some marvelous examples: – of which below are a few I thought were cool. (all to set you up for a very deep philosophical discussion on the last video)

Here is a musical conversation between a composer and an AI as it learns from what he is playing – this was remarkable! Watch to the end, the artist gets tickled – its quite the conversation.

Two music critics (Henkjan Honing and Koen Schouten) listening to Jazz pianist Albert van Veenendaal playing with a Yamaha grand piano and the Continuator (music generation system by F. Pachet). They had then to decide who was playing. The result was largely in favor of the Continuator…

This composed in the manner of the ‘Beatles’ style is really cool.

For a short explanation of how this all developed:

At the end of the above explanation is another Beatles-esque song.

What are we teaching our children? For the nitty gritty in depth conversation of the many considerations (not just the TV-movie-media hype), below is another brilliant interview from Gordon White, quite a compelling piece.



Skynet became self-aware on Dec 28, 2016……..

The mind-blowing AI announcement from Google that you probably missed.

…And then in September Google gave their translation tool a new engine: the Google Neural Machine Translation system (GNMT). The new engine comes fully loaded with all the hot 2016 buzzwords, like neural network and machine learning. The short version is that Google Translate got smart. It developed the ability to learn from the people who used it. It learnt how to make educated guesses about the content, tone and meaning of phrases based on the context of other words and phrases around them. And — here’s the bit that should make your brain explode — it got creative.

Google Translate invented its own language to help it translate more effectively From <

Holy…. Our language is the encoding of reality… So sky net may not have to do any boots on the ground to accomplish what it did in the movie, all it would have to do is subtly change our language to create reality structure that we would be trapped in, if that isn’t the case already.

Which IMO, already has. Note this one reply to the above article by a very intelligent human, on the subject, and that he at the very end says exactly that – The robots have already taken over 😉


You requested someone with a degree in this? *Holds up hand*

So there are two main schools of Artificial Intelligence — Symbolic and non-symbolic.

Symbolic says the best way to make AI is to make an expert AI — e.g. if you want a doctor AI, you feed it medical text books and it answers questions by looking it up in the text book.

Non-symbolic says the best way to make AI is to decide that computers are better at understanding in computer, so give the information to the AI and let it turn that in to something it understands.

As a bit of an apt aside — consider the Chinese room thought experiment. Imagine you put someone in a room with shelves full of books. The books are filled with symbols and look up tables and the person inside is told “You will be given a sheet of paper with symbols on. Use the books in the room to look up the symbols to write in reply.” Then a person outside the room posts messages in to the room in Mandarin and gets messages back in Mandarin. The person inside the room doesn’t understand Mandarin, the knowledge is all in the books, but to the person outside the room it looks like they understand Mandarin.

That is how symbolic AI works. It has no innate knowledge of the subject mater, it just follows instructions. Even if some if those instructions are to update the books.

Non-symbolic AI says that it’d be better if the AI wrote the books itself. So looking back at the Chinese Room, this is like teaching the person in the room Mandarin, and the books are their study notes. The trouble is, teaching someone Mandarin takes time and effort as we’re starting with a blank slate here.

But consider that it takes decades to teach a child their first language, yet it takes only a little more effort to teach them a second language. So back to the AI — once we teach it one language, we want it to be like the child. We want it to be easy for it to learn a second language.

This is where Artificial Neural Networks come in. These are our blank slate children. They’re made up of three parts: Inputs, neurones, outputs. The neurones are where the magic happens — they’re modelled on brains. They’re a blob of neurones that can connect up to one another or cut links so they can join one bit of the brain up to another and let a signal go from one place to another. This is what joins the input up to the output. And in the pavlovian way, when something good happens, the brain remembers by strengthening the link between neurones. But just like a baby, these start out pretty much random so all you get out is baby babble. But we don’t want baby babble, we have to teach it how to get from dog to chien, not dog to goobababaa.

When teaching the ANN, you give it an input, and if the output is wrong, give it a tap on the nose and the neurones remember “whatever we just did was wrong, don’t do it again” by decreasing the value it has on the links between the neurones that led to the wrong answer and of it gets it right, give it a rub on the head and it does the opposite, it increases the numbers, meaning it’ll be more likely to take that path next time. This means that over time, it’ll join up the input Dog to the output Chien.

So how does this explain the article?

Well. ANNs work in both directions, we can give it outputs and it’ll give us back inputs by following the path of neurones back in the opposite direction. So by teaching it Dog means Chien, it also knows Chien could mean Dog. That also means we can teach it that Perro means Dog when we’re speaking Spanish. So when we teach it, the fastest way for it to go from Perro to Dog is to follow the same path that took Chien to Dog. Meaning over time it will pull the neurones linking Chien and Dog closer to Perro as well, which links Perro to Chien as well.

This three way link in the middle of Perro, Dog and Chien is the language the google AI is creating for itself.

Backing up a bit to our imaginary child learning a new language, when they learn their first language (e.g. English), they don’t write an English dictionary in their head, they hear the words and map them to an idea that the words represent. This is why people frequently misquote films, they remember what the quote meant, not what the words were. So when the child learns a second language, they hear Chien as being French, but map it to the idea of dog. Then when they hear Perro they hear it as Spanish but map that to the idea of dog too. This means the child only has to learn about the idea of a dog once, but can then link that idea up to many languages or synonyms for dog. And this is what the Google AI is doing. Instead of thinking if dog=chien, and chien=perro, perro must = dog, it thinks dog=0x3b chien =0x3b perro=0x3b. Where 0x3b is the idea of dog, meaning it can then turn 0x3b in to whichever language you ask for.

Tl;Dr: It wasn’t big news because Artificial Neural Networks have been doing this since they were invented in the 40s. And the entire non-symbolic branch of AI is all about having computers invent their own language to understand and learn things.

P.S. It really is smart enough to warrant that excitement! Most people have no idea how much they rely on AI. From the relatively simple AI that runs their washing machine, to the AI that reads the address hand written on mail and then figures out the best way to deliver it. These are real everyday machines making decisions for us. Even your computer mouse has AI in it to determine what you wanted to point at rather than what you actually pointed at (on a 1080p screen, there are 2 million points you could click on, it’s not by accident that it’s pretty easy to pick the correct one). Mobile phones constantly run AI to decide which phone tower to connect to, while the backbone of the internet is a huge interconnected AI deciding the fastest way to get data from one computer to another. Thinking, decision making AI is in our hands, beneath our feet, in our cars and almost every electronic device we have.

The robots have already taken over 😉

Skynet… like a whole bunch of other stuff, happened while we were a sleep and distracted – in some other reality, in a galaxy far, far, away…