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The new world order of technology

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posted on Aug, 6 2010 @ 11:29 PM
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler

Check this out:

Moral judgments can be altered ... by magnets
By disrupting brain activity in a particular region, neuroscientists can sway people’s views of moral situations.

To make moral judgments about other people, we often need to infer their intentions — an ability known as “theory of mind.” For example, if one hunter shoots another while on a hunting trip, we need to know what the shooter was thinking: Was he secretly jealous, or did he mistake his fellow hunter for an animal?

MIT neuroscientists have now shown they can influence those judgments by interfering with activity in a specific brain region — a finding that helps reveal how the brain constructs morality.

[edit on 6-8-2010 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]

posted on Aug, 6 2010 @ 11:41 PM
reply to post by IgnoranceIsntBlisss

Thanks that's a very interesting article. MIT has been conducting studies regarding programing human behavior for years.

One actually involved using an electronic shock device that particpants were told if it was turned up to a certain level it could cause death.

Almost every test subject using the machine on another could eventually be manipulated to use the lethal setting on the person that it was attached too.

Very much like Casinos wear out gamblers.

This was accomplished just using psychology over a very short period of time, when you ponder the addition of technology into the mix????

The possibilities become truly problematic and concerning.

Thanks for sharing.

posted on Aug, 6 2010 @ 11:58 PM
My comclusion of new wrold order technology, is its stupid games and cell phone garbage, made dirt cheap and half works, you pay an enormous fee as well. its only thier for profit and war,a nd eventually to encode us aka UPC code or tracking chip or something.
in another sense, i kinda viewed NWO technology as the terminator...microchips and robots becoming intelligent enough to ecide our fate in a microsecond..a surface neussance.
Human history is FULL of enslavement...and stil do it to eachother to date. at least as far as we know, it goes as far back as early egypt. I mean, trying to think neanderthal man enslaved his own, seems unlikely. its only when WE, homosappiens arrived, it started. europeans fled to this country to get away form enslavement, to they themsleves, enslave others, like africans* slave owners who wnated to be free... god arnt we a mess as a speicies

posted on Aug, 6 2010 @ 11:59 PM
IF any good technology is thier it isnt for us* and never will be, for a slong as humans put a 'price on it'..

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 05:28 PM
reply to post by IgnoranceIsntBlisss

When en enemy is so strong you cannot beat them, you do join them. It is far easier to change the body inside than outside. No fool would fight the NWO. Join it. become it. Change it.

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 05:44 PM
reply to post by Gorman91

Aha, I was correct.

Here is your mentor:

I'll see you on the battlefield...

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 05:49 PM
reply to post by IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I have no desire to be a god, and I will "end" all those who try to be.

I am a Jeffersonian. I remove from power those who seek to be gods with the authority I grabbed from mixing with those same people.

That man in the video is nothing more and nothing less than Alexander Hamilton.

In your insane two sided view you have missed the multitude of sides in between.

Do you know what happens when two sides lock heads and blind themselves to everyone else around and fight each other? They both die. You won't see me on the battle field. You'll see me burying both your corpse and his. And I'll be the one carrying on without both of you, happily.

[edit on 7-8-2010 by Gorman91]

[edit on 7-8-2010 by Gorman91]

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 09:00 PM
reply to post by Gorman91

It's a one sided system, and you think that by joining it, and promoting the overwhelming majority of its agenda, that you're going to 'change the devil'. The French traitors and snitches had no chance of changing Hitlers mind.

Sounds more like a cop-out, and you've made it pretty clear you'll be all about merging with the AGI powered hive-mind. When you do it's game over, your 'pitiful' (no pun intended) mind will be no match for the transhumanist collective.

They say AI/AGI, you say YES!

They say brain implants, you say YES!

They say transform into a new species, thus rendering ordinary humans obsolete, you say YES!

They say build a global monitoring system, and a resource based economy, you say YES!

They say you cannot stop us, so join us, you say YES!!!

They say jump, you ask how high!

They say that humans are a threat that needs to be eliminated, you say YES!

...oh, right now you say that's not how you'll be. Then the collective brainwashes you in ways unimaginable.

I will not be assimilated.

[edit on 7-8-2010 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss]

posted on Aug, 8 2010 @ 05:48 AM
reply to post by IgnoranceIsntBlisss

You assume I would enter. Or that my mind is compatible. Or that it can even be done. Einstein, for example, was missing parts of his brain. How would such a hive mind react to his brain?

What happens when the mind that cannot obied to collective becomes connected? What happens when the mind that is not fully human, but rather sheer miraculous freak is connected? What happens if I break the Matrix?

You have not looked at the overwhelmingly large picture. There are those whose minds do not put data in the normal place. Those whose mind.... drives down the side road rather than the expressway, if you will. What happens when an autistic person is connected, who has the capacity to mass-input their brains to block out annoying parts of their brain?

What happens when someone like me, who suffers from tics and twitches, is connected? I can, like a person with autism, create massive dumps of input for my brain to block out twitches and tics. To say no. What happens when I do this in the matrix? Will I not make the matrix reject me?

What of these mental sleeper cells? What happens when they break free, and break the matrix, setting many others free.

Where one person remembers the color red, another person might remember the image of a dog on the same spot. What happens when billions of brains think of the same thing and the computer fries?

What happens with Blue screens?

Have you even considered the possibility that it is impossible due to the sheer diversity of the human brain?

[edit on 8-8-2010 by Gorman91]

posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 03:59 PM
reply to post by Gorman91

There's one thing you're missing: The mind arises from the brain. Mess with the brain directly and it supercedes the mind. Look into various diseases and conditions of the brain, and how they affect the mind and you will see. It wasn't until they started researching the brain via this way did they begin to have a clue about what the different parts of the brain are actually for.

posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 05:03 PM
reply to post by IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I think a post by bigfatfurytexan is very relevant here.

Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
Where is your mind? I don't mean your brain, i mean your mind.

Often, we have humans blurring the line between the two. But this is a false assumption. Of course, you have a dig a little deeper and think on the matter...but it is obvious that the mind and the brain are not the same thing.

But they are related. This is likely the point at which people make the erroneous distinction.

Consider the case of people who recieve radical hemispherectomies, yet are able to continue with life and do things like graduate college? How do we reconcile their ability to maintain memory, reasoning, and logic while missing half of their brain?

Consider the following article:

On Jun 2, 2005, NBC Philadelphia had an interesting report. Christina Santhouse had caught a virus that caused a rare brain disorder known as Rasmussen's Syndrome at an age of 8. And her doctor had to perform hemispherectomy, removal of half of the brain, on her. After 10 years, Christina was about to graduate from high school with honors. After the surgery, she had a slight limp and her left hand didn't work at all. She had also lost her peripheral vision, but otherwise, she was an ordinary teen. A similar case was reported on Telegraph (UK) on May 29, 2002, a girl named Bursa had the same disorder and her left brain was removed when she was 3, she became fluent in Dutch and Turkish when she was 7. In 1987, A. Smith reported that one patient with hemispherectomy had completed college, attended graduate school and scored above average on intelligence tests. Studies have found no significant long-term effects on memory, personality, or humor after the procedure, and minimal changes in cognitive function overall.

The outcome of hemispherectomy is surprising. Neuroscience tends to suggest memory is stored in the neurons in the brain. If that premise stands true, removing half of the brain would destroy one's memory if memory is stored in the network structure of neurons as one school of cognitive physiology suggests, or at least destroy half of the memory if bits of memory information are stored in individual neurons in the brain as suggested by another school of cognitive neuroscience. But it is apparent that the results disagree with either of the explanations. Removing part of the brain has been one of the standard surgical operations for severe epilepsy and has been performed thousands of times. Many of the results are quite similar to those of hemispherectomy. The orthodox explanation for the observation is that information stored in the infected brain areas is duplicated in the health part of the brain prior to the surgery. This rationalization is still inadequate when you take into account how a brain surgery is performed. Surgeon has to remove the infected area and some surrounding health tissue, sometimes a much larger tissue than the infected area, to make sure infection does not spread. If the information stored in the infected areas is reproduced somewhere in the brain before surgical procedure, some information is still lost when surrounding health brain tissue is removed, consequently the memory would suffer. This is not observed after the surgery. So it is necessary to assume that the memory stored in the neighboring health tissue is also replicated in other parts of the brain. This raises a question: how does the brain know how much health tissue is going to be taken out? If the brain does not know, surgeries will inevitable destruct part of the memory. The belief that memory is stored in the brain (in neurons or in the network of neurons) apparently contradicts with findings in brain surgeries.

The article goes on to show that the same can be said in animals like rats, but that is for a whole 'nuther subject.

What this shows is that not only is MEMORY stored in a higher place, but so is the ability to reason and logic. Logic supersedes man. Man merely taps into logic for his own use. His ability to tap into this logic must then dictate his perceived "intellect".

So what/who is the logical force that man is able to utilize? It is a force that also contains the elements of memory (which harkens to concepts such as an Akashic Record).

When i am challenged by someone who claims that there is no God, no creative force, this is my evidence. My shield. It is proof that there is a higher mind than me, than all of us. We are all connected into it. Our brains are merely the "modem".

[edit on 9-8-2010 by Gorman91]

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