posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 11:21 PM
The US has turned out to be a hoarder, but the wickedest building in the west can never get what you won't give them.
In about ten years, that zettabyte number will be obsolete. The byte is to data quality what zimbabwe money is to economy these days.
I suppose this is to accommodate all the mandatory black boxes that will be put into vehicles in a matter of time. Plus all those video cameras
they'll put into cable and satellite TV.
It's not too perfect because it's all under one area. The current NSA building set, which churns out an electromagnetic ocean of digital transfers
in a big spiraling black wave, and is shielded in copper, the most valuable thing in there is the people, so it depends on people what happens to all
that data. Well so far it's just an elaborate media house, selling out privacies to other agencies, providing bespoke media and intel to those with
the right amount of money.
They just don't understand electromagnetics yet. I mean, the local MRI does it's spinning, and with the right equipment, you could see those scans
from outside the building. So put all of USA (and other nations) data under one hard drive roof, it's no small thing on that big blue whale if it
gets harpooned just once. They are putting all their eggs under one basket, it's not healthy.
See at the way it's going, we're understanding quantum mechanics and there are labs that are studying teleportation, how to get that into data codes
and through photonics crystals. What happens when they can scan a person into data stream, would the NSA have access to that? Then it becomes very
personal. I'm not blurring the lines of reality and fiction, I'm looking ahead.