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Hypthesis: How It Is Physically Possible to Rapidly Shapeshift (Consciously) and Perform Other Seem

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posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 09:21 PM
What if it were possible to create robots which were even smaller than nanobots, say on or near the atomic level rather than cellular level? What if one, who had the ability to produce such technology, also had the ability to produce artificial intelligence when these robots worked together (a compound aggregate of experience, much like the ideas put forth by panexperientialists) and to store that intelligence plus reorganizing instructions at the smaller atomic level?

Now suppose these atom-sized nanobots were deemed to have a practical use at the molecular level, and so they were produced as a collective (collective consciousness one might say) so that they can band together to perform a collective goal. Could not such an entity rapidly shapeshift, seemingly disappear into thin air, potentially pass through objects, and perform other "quarky" (excuse the pun) phenomena?

Essentially what I am saying is, what if it were possible to make nanobots (and perhaps, who knows? Even smaller bots) behave like transformers via a "hive" or "collective" relationship? Furthermore, would this not be the next logical progressive step for the creation of such robots to effect any change at the macro level (working together, I mean)?

I'll even go one step further and say...would not such entities be the closest physically feasible description of an "elemental" you have ever heard of? Suppose also that it were possible to reach a point of technological advancement where it was not even necessary to create the "bots", but only know how to transmit and store organizational information that could be introduced to the fundamental building blocks of the physical world so that one could just literally seemingly (or actually) pop in and out of physical existence?

Would this not explain certain disturbances and physical traces of seemingly paranormal phenomenon? Would this not explain how the seemingly supernatural can actually act within the physical world? Would this not explain many of the common traits described in paranormal phenomena throughout human history into the present?

Your thoughts?

posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 11:31 PM
With all due respect; What if?

What if ... ?
or What if ... ?
and then, there's What if ... ?

Point being, turning on a TV or reading a work of fiction is an exercise in 'What if'.
What if a 4ft tall little fellow that runs around barefoot with hairy toes gets conscripted by a different a group of fellows from a race of other short people that want to go on a magical danger filled journey to take back their home from a gigantic fire breathing flying lizard?

What if we did have nanobots, like in the movies, or some books?
What if?

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posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 11:35 PM
reply to post by HillbillyHippie1

All of this would be really easy to prove if they just showed themselves..

If your some all powerfull subatomic collective artificial intelligence construct trying be so rediculously mysterious doesnt make sense.

The world we live in is indistigushable from a world where these things dont exist. (in our local space)

(Not to say though that the couldnt potentialy in the future, or that somewhere in an infinte universe it might exist now.)
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