I found this story a few months ago, through a friend that was so creeped out by it that he started warning everyone he knew to watch out. I did a
search and can't find that it's been mentioned before.
The people involved in this project are NASA scientists, Harvard professors, religious leaders, billionaires.. I will post a link to the people that
are promoting the project.
At first I thought it was a joke video because it's so preposterous, but it seems to be legit.
Basically, they want to take our consciousness and transfer it to computers so we never die. So creepy. (It's a really long video and it just gets
creepier and creepier as it goes.)
In February of 2012 the first Global Future 2045 Congress was held in Moscow. There, over 50 world leading scientists from multiple disciplines met to
develop a strategy for the future development of humankind. One of the main goals of the Congress was to construct a global network of scientists to
further research on the development of cybernetic technology, with the ultimate goal of transferring a human's individual consciousness to an
The full quote can be found below their actual video on youtube.
I don't want to be downloaded! People are meant to be born, to live, to die, and then move on to whatever comes next.When I die I will live on
in the memories of the people who love me, not in a hard drive somewhere. Just the thought of it is preposterous.
Or control us by threatening to. I can picture a Lex Luthor-esque super villian sitting in a high-rise, somewhere, with his finger poised over an
'OFF' button ready for someone to dare to have a free thought.
pro VIRAL: the production value is INSANELY good, like too good for just a business venture or medical thing. We're talking hollywood here.
pro REAL: after some brief googling of the GF2045 site and the names of the people on it, they all seem to have multiple search results, which means
that maybe these people are real...
.... or maybe the viral campaign has gone to THAT length to make this authentic.
Overall, just feels "too perfect" to be a real timeline/initiate.. although if real, is scary.
NEXT STEPS ... i'm looking down the cinema pipelines of the major film studios to see if anything with a similar plot line is in the hooper for
BOOM... 20th Century Fox... Robopacolypse ... 2014 release date! source
A journey of human resistance and survival when a powerful new artificial intelligence initiates a globally synchronized uprising of robots and
our every-day technology that threatens to wipe out mankind.
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i kinda got the"iRobot", "AI" vibe from the video to be honest... i mean really , above all, its WAY to over produced to be legit. If this were a real
initiative, it would be far less obvious, don't you agree?
EDIT... and furthermore, doens't the video make an innocent and friendly intro to what conveniently spins out of control into the "globally
synchronized uprising of robots and our every-day technology that threatens to wipe out mankind"
edit on 12/14/2012 by AJ1123TKE because: see "EDIT" note above
...remember, lets keep in mind a GOOD viral campaign solicits discussion and debate, not necessarily the actual plot of the promo'd
edit on 12/14/2012 by AJ1123TKE because: more after thoughts!
It does seem oddly well-produced but they have billionaire backers and seem to be trying to recruit scientists to work on it. I don't know. We'll
find out, I guess.
It seems like a ton of work went into their website. And it seems to have been kept relatively quiet. I can't imagine it mentioning that many people
as research participants and backers, and being up this long, without one of them suing for misuse of their likeness.
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PrincessTofu because: (no reason given)
And of course you are correct. It could be something as innocent as stirring up public interest in a potential movie. I hope that is the case. Will
be interesting to see how it unfolds.
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I've always seen conspiracies everywhere. Finding this site was like finding the front door to my house.
The Lone Gunmen in The X-Files were so great, by the way. Sort of gave me the courage to talk to people about weird stuff that may or may not be
going on. And to question things.
(Don't even get me started on genetically-modified foods and hormones in dairy that cause our 9-year-old daughters to grow breasts. Will resort in
pages of rants about chemicals, industry, big pharm keeping us sick, government allowing it to keep us stupid. That's my hot issue.)
14-12-2012 by PrincessTofu because: (no reason given)
1) This isn't a "plan", it's a prediction. This is the result of a big ol' study that ran for a long time with a bunch of smart people trying to
figure out what our technology was likely to look like in the mid-term future.
2) They talk about being ABLE to download, not FORCING people to! Good god, where do you folks get this stuff? You sound like a futurist in the 80's
told of today's market and saying "So everyone is forced to buy an iPhone?" Sheesh! They also talk about having functional datajacks by 2030, not
drilling holes in everyone's heads.
3) It's not "creepy" -- it creeps YOU out. An important distinction. When I read this report, my only thought was that I was born 40 years too soon!
And if you don't like it, you won't have to take part. I mean, it'll only be the greatest revolution in human happiness, productivity, prosperity, and
opportunity since the invention of the _thumb_ but no one will force you to take part in the post-human revolution. Just be aware that your
[great-]grand kids will be utterly alien to you if you do not.
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Originally posted by Just Chris
This would never happen in the next 30 years. As someone else stated, more likely 300 years!
Want to bet?
30 years ago mobile phones hardly existed and were capable of pretty much nothing. Today? They're replacing cameras, navigations and computers. Have
you thought 30 years ago this would've been possible at some point? I don't think so. Fact is, technological progress is speeding up. If someone told
you 10 years ago that you'll be able to play Vice City on a phone, I doubt you'd believe him. Full HD video just 5 years ago - same thing. We already
have robots, they're just still fairly primitive. Each year, though, they're becoming more and more realistic. They've almost perfected the
looks. Now it's time to focus on the smarts.
If TPTB will push for this, for whatever reason (control?), it will happen no doubt.
The only thing is, I don't think that transferring a human consciousness is doable. Souls can't operate in dead bodies. Or can they (Greys)?
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