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MWMD² : Mind Weapons of Mass Destruction and Disruption.

Today we look at the Brain-Cloud Interface work being done by the Department of Defense, The Pentagon, Intelligence Communities, DARPA and their contemporaries: the ever friendly neighbors, Amazon and Google.

I want get into the effects and seemingly limitless possibilities for behavior modification, psychological warfare, political dominance and bio/geo/social engineering that comes with Artificial Intelligence mobilized by 5G.

These technologies create much more than a competitive edge on the global trajectory of military might and national security, they also ensure a very near future of holographic and controlled hallucinatory un-reality. A very real slave species of automaton quasi-humans literally wired to their devices happily satiated with whatever we can imagine. The ability to download and interact with the worlds knowledge and power by simply thinking it.

What am I talking about?

The Internet comprises a decentralized global system that serves humanity’s collective effort to generate, process, and store data, most of which is handled by the rapidly expanding cloud. A stable, secure, real-time system may allow for interfacing the cloud with the human brain. One promising strategy for enabling such a system is a “human brain/cloud interface” (BCI) that would be based on technologies referred to as “neuralnanorobotics.”

Three species of neuralnanorobots (endoneurobots, gliabots, and synaptobots) could traverse the blood–brain barrier, enter the brain, ingress into individual human brain cells, and autoposition themselves at the axon initial segments of neurons, within glial cells, and in intimate proximity to synapses. They would then wirelessly transmit synaptically processed and encoded human–brain electrical information via auxiliary nanorobotic fiber optics with the capacity to handle up to 1018 bits/sec and provide rapid data transfer to a cloud based supercomputer for real-time brain-state monitoring and data extraction.

A specialized application might be the capacity to engage in fully immersive experiential/sensory experiences, including what is referred to here as “transparent shadowing”.

That's one way to put it.

The not-so-flowery way is called being subjected to calculated personalized psychological torture by way of controlled hallucinations and mirroring techniques of electronic harassment, gang stalking, and targeted behavioral modification.

As Dr. James Giordano would say, "We'll go a step even further."

Neuralnanorobots are also expected to empower many non-medical paradigm-shifting applications, including significant human cognitive enhancement, by providing a platform for direct access to supercomputing storage and processing capabilities and interfacing with artificial intelligence systems. Since information-based technologies are consistently improving their price-performance ratios and functional design at an exponential rate, it is likely that once they enter clinical practice or non-medical applications, neuralnanorobotic technologies may work in parallel with powerful artificial intelligence systems, supercomputing, and advanced molecular manufacturing. Furthermore, autonomous nanomedical devices are expected to be biocompatible, primarily due to their structural materials, which would enable extended residency within the human body.

It is conceivable that within the next 20–30 years, neuralnanorobotics may be developed to enable a safe, secure, instantaneous, real-time interface between the human brain and biological and non-biological computing systems, empowering brain-to-brain interfaces (BTBI), brain-computer interfaces, and, in particular, sophisticated brain/cloud interfaces. Such human B/CI systems may dramatically alter human/machine communications, carrying the promise of significant human cognitive enhancement.

In the future, humans will have access to a synthetic non-biological neocortex, which might permit a direct B/CI. Within the next few decades, neuralnanorobotics may enable a non-destructive, real-time, ultrahigh-resolution interface between the human brain and external computing platforms such as the “cloud.”

The term “cloud” refers to cloud computing, an information technology paradigm and a model for enabling ubiquitous access to shared pools of configurable resources (such as computer networks, servers, storage, applications, and services), that can be rapidly provisioned with minimal management effort, often over the Internet. For both personal or business applications, the cloud facilitates rapid data access, provides redundancy, and optimizes the global usage of processing and storage resources while enabling access from virtually any location on the planet. However, the primary challenge for worldwide global cloud-based information processing technologies is the speed of access to the system, or latency.

For example, the current round-trip latency rate for transatlantic loops between New York and London is ∼90 ml. Since there are now more than 4 billion Internet users worldwide, its economic impact on the global economy is increasingly significant. The economic impact of IoT (Internet of Things) applications alone has been estimated by the McKinsey Global Institute to range from $3.9 to $11.1 trillion per year by 2025. The global economic impact of cloud-based information processing over the next few decades may be at least an order of magnitude higher once cloud services are combined in previously unimagined ways, disrupting entire industries. A neuralnanorobotics-mediated human B/CI, potentially available within 20–30 years, will require broadband Internet access with extremely high upload and download speeds, compared to today’s rates.

Humankind has at its core a potent and ceaseless drive to explore and to challenge itself, to improve its collective condition by relentlessly probing and pushing boundaries while constantly attempting to breach those barriers that tenuously separate the possible from the impossible. The notions of human augmentation and cognitive enhancement are borne of these tenets.

This drive includes an incessant quest for exploration and a constant desire for social interaction and communication — both of which are catalysts for rapidly increasing globalization. Consequently, the development of a non-destructive, real-time human B/CI technology may serve as an intimate, personalized conduit through which individuals would have instantaneous access to virtually any facet of cumulative human knowledge and also the optional specialized capacity to engage in myriad real-time fully immersive experiential and sensory worlds.

So what about aerosolized nanorobotic technology?

Here's an interesting article from MIT:

Made of electronic circuits coupled to minute particles, the devices could flow through intestines or pipelines to detect problems.

David L. Chandler | MIT News Office July 23, 2018

Cell sized robots can sense their environment.




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