I was sitting here gazing at one of my many internet "crusades" of knowledge, when I started thinking about how humans grow. How from the moment
we're born, we're already trying to get away. Basically, every human infant subconsciously grooms itself throughout life for one reason; to get
away from where they started the family.
Call it the collapse of the modern day "family", whatever, but the fact is, most infants revert to a more natural instict of Self Preservation,
realizing perhaps, that it wasn't wise to stay where you started... you're family is nuts!
Regardless, I started thinking about various governmental research into "grooming". We've all seen movies of people 'groomed' to be soldiers
from birth, and I don't doubt for a minute the government wouldn't try it. But what if they're grooming children in a different manner. What
would the implications of a child born straight into knowledge and nothing but knowledge. Think of it such as a "room" with the only form of
entertainment would be a series of monitors playing "the discovery channel" or something more narrowed down, such as international internet spying,
or advanced physics, or whatever.
Now think about this.. you're born, removed from your mother's womb, cleaned up, and placed in a "craddle" that instantly starts going over the
basics of technology and what we can do. A few years later, you could probably mentally understand the technology before you could speak. Maybe 2
years later once you've distinquished the fact from language, and start to put it all together during your childhood "spurt", by the teenage years
you could speak fine, and hack into any computer system in the world and not get caught. Or be one of the worlds smartest physicist, engineer, etc.
Basically, groom an infant to be a super brain instead of a person. Sounds immoral, but I think the outcomes would be awesome for our advance and
And to be honest, if I was an abandoned newborn, soon to be foster child, I'm not so sure I'd choose to be a foster child over being a brilliant
scienctist.. I'm sure I'd fully understand my "given" life.
Why couldn't they have picked me damnit!
I seriously wondered if childhood grooming could be possible, so I started looking into the effects of several drugs and phycotic research.
Basically, how the brain work during childhood is this, it first assembles a means of communication by listening to the sounds and gestures made by
our parents (or anyone that may talk to us). Eventually, the brain puts the puzzles of data together and begins to understand the meanings and
structure of words and sentences. Once the child reaches an age of 3 or 4, they'll fully be able to understand the basic dynamics of the world. How
to count, add, subtract, spell and pronouce words, etc. Maybe even pickup on some
But what would happen to a child in complete lack of exposure to a speaking parent or guardian? A room
full of TV arrays
, with two central "parents" playing the role
of "Mom" and "Dad" through computer projected
on the wall? What if
these parents didn't goo-goo and ga-ga, but constantly, unendingly teaching the child. Think of a 24/7 teacher (in the desired field) constantly
talking about something an infant will never understand until it gets older. Perhaps internet access at an appropiate age..
It would be like teaching a child twice, once to implant it subconciously in the brain, and the second time to bring it all back once it's time to
properly develope a mind.
This goes in the lines of the belief of holographic minds
. The belief that memories are implanted
throughout our entire mind, and not just one specific area.
Bohm's studies indicate that the universe exists in total inter-connectivity (after Bohr). All things effect all things, as in the "Butterfly
Effect," where the parable suggests that the flap of a butterfly's wings in China last year could be the source of the storm here today. More than
that, it is suggested that the universe exists as solid "information" (Bell's Theorem) and that what happens to a related object (as in a mother
and child or 2 pieces of a comet that split a millennium ago) will effect the other object instantaneously. Of course, this idea isn't well received
by those that think Einstein's theory is a law (which it's not). It’s not that the information is traveling faster than the speed of light but
that the information exists in a dimension beyond our perception.
What if a phychoanalyzed child was placed in a developmental TV Room for 18 years? Could you imagine, for a brief second, what it would be like to
walk out of that room, with an infinite amount of knowledge in sciences and engineering, and realize that all that information will now have a use?
Kinda scary if you ask me.
Don't think it's possible? Take a
look at whats being experimented legally
legally. These people are diving into the brains of children and changing how
they develope. My little fantasy of "creating" a super brain can't really be all that far off.
The "super minds" all have an insatiable curiosity that compels them to, learn, investigate and speculate about everything that interests
them. Their imagination spews forth mental ideas that may or may not lead to the right solutions. Sometimes an inspiration will flash into their minds
while they sleep.
happens even to this day, sometimes on a very
large scale. So if you can make a person beleive something by constant exposure, you could surely make them understand the basics of Quantum Physics
if it was presented to them for 18 years.
I honestly wonder if a child's mind could withstand a constant exposure to information.. or would it short out so to speak..
Regardless, I full heartedly beleive that this sort of grooming is perfectly possible. And if it's possible, you know damn well someone in the world
is taking advantage of it. I bet some of those
know a thing or 2 about this
According to NISMART-2 research, which studied the year 1999, an estimated 797,500 children were reported missing;