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The Ultimate Spy. How to design software that reads and records a human consciousness.

 
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How easy do you think it is to create a software program that reads and records a human consciousness?
Once the information or Brainwaves are obtained via satellite, they are then transferred to a supercomputer for storage. This data is recorded and then decoded into visual, audio, tactile sensation, even sense of smell. Allowing the operator of the software to have a full spectrum view of the subject at any given time throughout their life. The Brain is constantly beaming electric impulses into space. Why can't a satellite then pick up these signals for further analysis? If satellites can decipher different objects from thousands of miles away. Seeing hrough multiple materials with different layers of thicknesses , wouldn't this program be quite simple? Everything we perceive is a vibrational signal which is then decoded into different senses via the human brain. You can easily find Mind Reading technology for under $100. There are iPhone applications that read brainwaves with certain headphones. So, if your iPhone can decode Alpha, Beta and Theta brain waves, what can a more powerful Machine do? Currently the fastest Unclassified Supercomputer in the World is named the "Jaguar." It currently has a peak speed of 2.33 Petaflops = Over TWO QUADRILLION calculations per second. Now at this speed lets do the math. With approximately 7 Billion people on planet earth just this one computer can calculate 28,571,428.6 scenarios per person, per second!
And this is used for Unclassified research? Hmm.
What about the ^Exascale Supercomputers that consist of 100 million cores and run 1,000 times faster than Jaguar. - Computerworld reports that the U.S. Dep. of Energy is already holding workshops on the new supercomputers to run high-res models, develop smart grids and aid fusion energy design.

My theory is this technology is already in use and has been for decades.

WELCOME TO THE MACHINE. 101110111011101110

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-More information on the Jaguar Supercomputer below

[link to www.nccs.gov]

[link to www.popsci.com]

-Links to current products for sale that read your minds brainwaves.

Software with special headphones for your iPhone
[link to www.neurosky.com]

Mattel Brainball $80
[link to www.psfk.com]

Neural Impulse Actuator $100
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How easy do you think it is to create a software program that reads and records a human consciousness?
Once the information or Brainwaves are obtained via satellite, they are then transferred to a supercomputer for storage. This data is recorded and then decoded into visual, audio, tactile sensation, even sense of smell. Allowing the operator of the software to have a full spectrum view of the subject at any given time throughout their life. The Brain is constantly beaming electric impulses into space. Why can't a satellite then pick up these signals for further analysis? If satellites can decipher different objects from thousands of miles away. Seeing hrough multiple materials with different layers of thicknesses , wouldn't this program be quite simple? Everything we perceive is a vibrational signal which is then decoded into different senses via the human brain. You can easily find Mind Reading technology for under $100. There are iPhone applications that read brainwaves with certain headphones. So, if your iPhone can decode Alpha, Beta and Theta brain waves, what can a more powerful Machine do? Currently the fastest Unclassified Supercomputer in the World is named the "Jaguar." It currently has a peak speed of 2.33 Petaflops = Over TWO QUADRILLION calculations per second. Now at this speed lets do the math. With approximately 7 Billion people on planet earth just this one computer can calculate 28,571,428.6 scenarios per person, per second!
And this is used for Unclassified research? Hmm.
What about the ^Exascale Supercomputers that consist of 100 million cores and run 1,000 times faster than Jaguar. - Computerworld reports that the U.S. Dep. of Energy is already holding workshops on the new supercomputers to run high-res models, develop smart grids and aid fusion energy design.

My theory is this technology is already in use and has been for decades.

WELCOME TO THE MACHINE. 101110111011101110

<^2342^>


-More information on the Jaguar Supercomputer below

[link to www.nccs.gov]

[link to www.popsci.com]

-Links to current products for sale that read your minds brainwaves.

Software with special headphones for your iPhone
[link to www.neurosky.com]

Mattel Brainball $80
[link to www.psfk.com]

Neural Impulse Actuator $100
[link to portal.adp.com (secure)]
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Have you heard of the Global Consciousness Program (GCP) which has been running at Princeton for 30 years+? It keeps getting renamed so I'm not quite sure what it's called now. Google is your friend.
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Have you heard of the Global Consciousness Program (GCP) which has been running at Princeton for 30 years+? It keeps getting renamed so I'm not quite sure what it's called now. Google is your friend.
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i have heard of it yes. What do you know about it?
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Have you heard of the Global Consciousness Program (GCP) which has been running at Princeton for 30 years+? It keeps getting renamed so I'm not quite sure what it's called now. Google is your friend.
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Here it is.

When human consciousness becomes coherent and synchronized, the behavior of random systems may change. Quantum event based random number generators (RNGs) produce completely unpredictable sequences of zeroes and ones. But when a great event synchronizes the feelings of millions of people, our network of RNGs becomes subtly structured. The probability is less than one in a billion that the effect is due to chance. The evidence suggests an emerging noosphere, or the unifying field of consciousness described by sages in all cultures.

The Global Consciousness Project is an international, multidisciplinary collaboration of scientists and engineers. We collect data continuously from a global network of physical random number generators located in 70 host sites around the world. The data are transmitted to a central archive which now contains more than 12 years of random data in parallel sequences of synchronized 200-bit trials every second.

[link to noosphere.princeton.edu]

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My question is WHO is receiving or capable of receiving...and do i want to know? -probably not alien03




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My question is WHO is receiving or capable of receiving...and do i want to know? -probably not alien03




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Those sneaky Archons enjoy getting into peoples minds.

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My question is WHO is receiving or capable of receiving...and do i want to know? -probably not alien03




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paid shills drive the loop
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Isn't there a website that's already been doing this for a while?

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tard Guess ya tards had better develop your auric sheilds. afro

This data is recorded and then decoded into visual, audio, tactile sensation, even sense of smell. Allowing the operator of the software to have a full spectrum view of the subject at any given time throughout their life.
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tard Guess ya tards had better develop your auric sheilds. afro

This data is recorded and then decoded into visual, audio, tactile sensation, even sense of smell. Allowing the operator of the software to have a full spectrum view of the subject at any given time throughout their life.
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How easy do you think it is to create a software program that reads and records a human consciousness?
Once the information or Brainwaves are obtained via satellite, they are then transferred to a supercomputer for storage. This data is recorded and then decoded into visual, audio, tactile sensation, even sense of smell. Allowing the operator of the software to have a full spectrum view of the subject at any given time throughout their life. The Brain is constantly beaming electric impulses into space. Why can't a satellite then pick up these signals for further analysis? If satellites can decipher different objects from thousands of miles away. Seeing hrough multiple materials with different layers of thicknesses , wouldn't this program be quite simple? Everything we perceive is a vibrational signal which is then decoded into different senses via the human brain. You can easily find Mind Reading technology for under $100. There are iPhone applications that read brainwaves with certain headphones. So, if your iPhone can decode Alpha, Beta and Theta brain waves, what can a more powerful Machine do? Currently the fastest Unclassified Supercomputer in the World is named the "Jaguar." It currently has a peak speed of 2.33 Petaflops = Over TWO QUADRILLION calculations per second. Now at this speed lets do the math. With approximately 7 Billion people on planet earth just this one computer can calculate 28,571,428.6 scenarios per person, per second!
And this is used for Unclassified research? Hmm.
What about the ^Exascale Supercomputers that consist of 100 million cores and run 1,000 times faster than Jaguar. - Computerworld reports that the U.S. Dep. of Energy is already holding workshops on the new supercomputers to run high-res models, develop smart grids and aid fusion energy design.

My theory is this technology is already in use and has been for decades.

WELCOME TO THE MACHINE. 101110111011101110

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-More information on the Jaguar Supercomputer below

[link to www.nccs.gov]

[link to www.popsci.com]

-Links to current products for sale that read your minds brainwaves.

Software with special headphones for your iPhone
[link to www.neurosky.com]

Mattel Brainball $80
[link to www.psfk.com]

Neural Impulse Actuator $100
[link to portal.adp.com (secure)]
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There is a massive difference between calculations per second, and calculated scenarios per second. Do you think that each of these calculations would be easy? Get this -- every "Scenario" calculation would likely require another 5-10 million calculations each.
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My estimate, after doing a few numbers is that it would take about 70 quadrillion petaflops to even come close to what you're describing -- and even then; it wouldn't be perfect, and would experience a great deal of problems. On top of this, running a computer at is maximum benchmarked speed for a long duration would be VERY difficult if not impossible with current technology.

With all of this being said, I can see us reaching 70-100 quadrillion petaflops some time in the next 5 years (as new discoveries have been made in relation to this).

Once again however, these are benchmarked speeds - not "average" speeds.
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My estimate, after doing a few numbers is that it would take about 70 quadrillion petaflops to even come close to what you're describing -- and even then; it wouldn't be perfect, and would experience a great deal of problems. On top of this, running a computer at is maximum benchmarked speed for a long duration would be VERY difficult if not impossible with current technology.

With all of this being said, I can see us reaching 70-100 quadrillion petaflops some time in the next 5 years (as new discoveries have been made in relation to this).

Once again however, these are benchmarked speeds - not "average" speeds.
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And you came up with these calculations how?

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My estimate, after doing a few numbers is that it would take about 70 quadrillion petaflops to even come close to what you're describing -- and even then; it wouldn't be perfect, and would experience a great deal of problems. On top of this, running a computer at is maximum benchmarked speed for a long duration would be VERY difficult if not impossible with current technology.

With all of this being said, I can see us reaching 70-100 quadrillion petaflops some time in the next 5 years (as new discoveries have been made in relation to this).

Once again however, these are benchmarked speeds - not "average" speeds.
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And you came up with these calculations how?
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Let me first explain something: in reality, it would probable be even more than a million calculations per person. Possibly billions. So before I respond, I must say that my numbers are not only closer, but in fact on the extreme low end.

I'm a high level software engineer with many years of experience. For every "one" micro-decision you take care of, it will require some more behind the scenes to make it happen. Even to run a few bytes of machine code, takes numerous calculations. When you combine this with the billions if not trillions of rules that govern our minds, we require many, many calculations for one microdecision in our own minds.

But to avoid losing track of your question, which is important, you can come up with an IDEA of a number by doing the following. I've become more realistic with the math involved, which ended up making this a number beyond my calculable ability.


----

[NCS] Number of calculations per person, per scenario = [100+ million?]

[NSC] Number of scenarios needed to calculate a good possible decision = [5,000+?]

[NCD] Number of calculations to actually determine the scenario was the best for the micro decision = [Another 100+ million?]

----

You would then take these numbers and multiply them to come up with an idea of just how many calculations would be needed. And lets not forget that in many cases recursive functionality like this grows the processing requirements exponentially, which was not even considered in the calculation.

It's fair to say that we don't have anywhere near the ability we need to think for 7 billion people. With that being said, I agree we are going there, and I share your sense of urgency on the topic.

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28 million calculations per person, per second is an impressive feat for us - for sure!

But we really need to keep in mind that that we in reality probably need more than that amount of power per microsecond.
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And seriously - sorry to triple post, but this is not to say that humans can not be DECEIVED, using less "processing power" (ie. what goes on on a daily basis today - the one size fits all algorithm)
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it would be quite a feat but sadly no machine or human for that matter can succesfully intrepret brainwave data into sound or even a picture for that matter, that just cannot happen bro sorry...

I'm not saying that we can't measure those waves properly and transfer that data into binary information on a computer screen, but that binary information is useless . We don't have some magic system to make 0 and 1's into pictures or sound unless we make them ourselves...

Unless of course the person who is having their brainwaves transferred was also the scientist who knows his own thoughts, but that would take so much trial and error and I highly doubt that every thought of thought of a picture or sound has it's own specific number, when measured, to be cataloguoed into such a system, sorry, but the most I see this progressing is to detemine what "area" of the brain is producing brainwaves, which we are already doing. And you are right we use technology like this to make games like that mindball game , but that isnt our thoughts being used to "direct" the ball, only to "power" it. It's not any specific brainwave pattern, it's only determining the sum of all one's brainwaves.
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My estimate, after doing a few numbers is that it would take about 70 quadrillion petaflops to even come close to what you're describing -- and even then; it wouldn't be perfect, and would experience a great deal of problems. On top of this, running a computer at is maximum benchmarked speed for a long duration would be VERY difficult if not impossible with current technology.

With all of this being said, I can see us reaching 70-100 quadrillion petaflops some time in the next 5 years (as new discoveries have been made in relation to this).

Once again however, these are benchmarked speeds - not "average" speeds.
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Hey thanks for your time on the comments you've posted. I would like to mention the plausibility of our reality being a network of integrated frequencies, This holographic nature of oscillsting vibrations seems to travel with fluidity. Which means our senses and physical movements can be broken down into complex algorithms that could then be used to cut down on the amount of RANDOM calculations substantially.
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And seriously - sorry to triple post, but this is not to say that humans can not be DECEIVED, using less "processing power" (ie. what goes on on a daily basis today - the one size fits all algorithm)
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Sad and true.
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My thoughts change to fast and transition too fast to probaly grab onto specific data. They did testing and came up with fuzzy objects when using brain wave transmission.

Whats more believable is having inner ear transmission in audio to speak to people. (voice of God device) and to have a inplant near ones optical nerve so the subject themselves is the spy camera.
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My estimate, after doing a few numbers is that it would take about 70 quadrillion petaflops to even come close to what you're describing -- and even then; it wouldn't be perfect, and would experience a great deal of problems. On top of this, running a computer at is maximum benchmarked speed for a long duration would be VERY difficult if not impossible with current technology.

With all of this being said, I can see us reaching 70-100 quadrillion petaflops some time in the next 5 years (as new discoveries have been made in relation to this).

Once again however, these are benchmarked speeds - not "average" speeds.
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Hey thanks for your time on the comments you've posted. I would like to mention the plausibility of our reality being a network of integrated frequencies, This holographic nature of oscillsting vibrations seems to travel with fluidity. Which means our senses and physical movements can be broken down into complex algorithms that could then be used to cut down on the amount of RANDOM calculations substantially.
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I think the only way for this to be plausible would be algorithm writing algorithms - it seems to me that no "one" algorithm can take care of a certain event as there are always far too many factors that must be instantly accessible.

More realistically, the computing power would be lowered by indeed doing the full calculations, but caching / storing whatever can.

In reality - it seems like far more of a memory issue than a computing issue.
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You Read My Mind! uhoh
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Well I did design the software.
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Jaguar Supercomputer eh?

Was visited by a Jaguar before sleep last night. A Jaguar is a strong symbol in the esoteric. and the Fools card of Tarot

I had felt its muscles and its power, I could smell the jungle and thought Id have a vision quest, OBE into the Jaguars body but it didnt happen

Came close to it though, but the Jaguar didnt invite me in.

Wonder how that would look on the Supercomputer? lol

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