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AI surveillance and access to knowledge
The AI surveillance system, Jake told us, was literally "out of this world". It operates hyperdimensionally, based on a highly advanced quantum computing model that is basically our development based on acquired alien technology. This system is so advanced that the ETs themselves are unhappy that we have it.
Not only does it enable access to what any given person is saying, or even thinking - if targeted for investigation - it can also transcend time itself and thereby access information about the thoughts and words of historical figures. Whether this system can look into the future - the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, based on a story by the prolific author Philip K. Dick, comes to mind - we omitted to ask.
Jake's actions in being sensitive to this device (if device is the right word) - by waiting for exactly the right 'window' of opportunity to tell us certain things - were not fully understood by us until I (Bill Ryan) had the following experience.
On our last night together, sitting out in the open after a barbecue, at about 2 am, Jake decided to tell me some things he had not previously revealed, surveillance or no surveillance. As he began to speak, he immediately encountered problems, as if trying to force himself through a barrier. Simultaneously, I found I was being put to sleep and could hardly keep my eyes open. We both spotted what was happening, and remarked on it to one another.
Jake forced himself to keep talking, and I made myself keep listening through a spell of overwhelming dopiness. This episode lasted half an hour or maybe more. We were being forcibly stopped, in real time, from communicating effectively, as a direct and immediate response to our intentions.
It's very important to understand that this was unconnected with electromagnetics, hidden microphones, targeted beams, or anything else of that nature. My own reference point for what happened was a kind of negative radionics (which also works hyperdimensionally, but as a positive health modality).
In the end we concluded our conversation, now pretty tired. The next morning I simply could not recall what Jake had told me - and still can't. Upon meeting him again and reporting that I couldn't remember a thing about our conversation except for the weird effects we had both experienced, he replied wryly:
Maybe it's just as well.
Originally posted by starchild10
Please take the trouble to read your own links.
Extract: For now, the project's accomplishments are far more modest - it can only be used with prohibitively expensive and bulky MRI equipment and hasn't yet been adapted to analyze abstract thoughts.
If you are being serious - you need to have yourself checked out for paranoid schizophrenia. I have been a mental health worker for over 30 years and you are presenting classic symptoms.
Originally posted by davidmann
How's it feel to be on the dole?
Originally posted by cloudbreak
reply to post by trutherman
Ok fair enough. It sounded to me like the start of some science fiction story.
Telepathic computer can read your mind. Telepathy has taken a step closer to reality after British scientists developed a computer that can read your thoughts.
By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent Published: 5:00PM GMT 11 Mar 2010
The system is able to decipher thought patterns and tell what people are thinking simply by scanning the brain.
The breakthrough is a step forward because it can delve into people's memories and differentiate between different recollections.
The breakthrough follows research last year by the same team who used the same technique to track a person's movements around a computer-simulated room.
The study published online in Current Biology focussed on the hippocampus, an area at the centre of the brain that plays a crucial role in short term memory.
A telepathy machine raises the prospect of a lie detector tests and could even lead to manipulations of memories such as in the film the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MInd.
Originally posted by Hefficide
reply to post by MemoryShock
If there is reality to this - the idea that people could invade the sanctity of my most treasured and sacred possession... my thoughts - then there are only two rational reactions I can have;
Either joke about it or go crazy.
I figure the joking option works best until such a time as I can find a way to defend myself or find the person or people who could be defiling me in this manner.
Originally posted by hotbakedtater
Can you imagine WalMart getting this? They can read your mind regarding purchases then send in the associate to clinch the deal. great to use in home and garden and electronics, or other high ticket areas.