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From: The TransTemporal SuperLuminal NonLocal ZeroPoint CollectiveAgency
Organization: Silicon and Siliceous Structures in Biological Systems
Title: Bag 'em & Tag 'em
Circa: Mon, 06 Sep 1999 <--> Tue, 07 Sep 1999
[Excerpt from: Saved by the Light (1994) by
"Everyone in the world was mandated by law to have one of his
computer chips inserted underneath his or her skin. This chip contained all of an individual's personal information. If a
government agency wanted to know something, all it had to do was scan your chip with a special device. By doing so, it
could discover everything about you, from where you worked and lived to your medical records and even what kind of illnesses
you might get in the future.
"There was an even more sinister side to this chip. A person's
lifetime could be limited by programming this chip to dissolve and kill him with the viral substance it was made from.
Lifetimes were controlled like this to avoid the cost that growing old places on the government. It was also used as a
means of eliminating people with chronic illnesses that put a drain on the medical system.
"People who refused to have chips implanted in their bodies roamed as outcasts. They could not be employed and were denied
Now this here is a real good idea, Mr. B, and the guy responsible
is a real smart man even if he is a future, mid-eastern knock off of the old Billy Gates boss, and I'll tell ya why. You put these
chips in every individual human being on the planet, interface all the
data in a single cyber-boss hovering in one of those lagrange points off-world, and you guarantee a harmonious, well-ordered society of
happy productive humans. These chips are a godsend, 'cuz they'll monitor all moods and thoughts, so, you get an unhappy camper like those bad
boys in Colorado or that psycho in LA and, whamo, the cyberboss upstairs immediately informs the appropriate chip to release the appropriate
neurotransmitter and, hey, no more grumpy, disaffected losers, capisce??! Yeah, we should put a lotta dough into this project and start conditioning
the world's rugrats for all this: bag 'em and tag em!
1.) Be nice or the CyberBoss system will turn off your chips.
Think long range, non-linear dynamic of *Time* as a fractal-like equation...
[See: T. Mckenna's "Timewave Zero"
(http://www.levity.com/eschaton/novelty.html)Ψ for a speculative metaphor]. Then posit popular
culture as a contemporary mythos-intimation, particularly two recent cinematic, neuropsychotronic
programs: "The Matrix"
and J. Cameron's two "Terminator" films featuring "SkyNET"
[See below for script excerpt, re: "SkyNET", as an historical footnote.]
2.) Wouldn't it be fun if the CyberBoss system went insane?
Post-Quantum Artificial Intelligence System, parked at Lagrange -
neutral gravity point between earth/moon/sun. The concept of
insanity is mammalian-based, biochemical in nature, hence, irrelevant
to greater system integrity.
3.) Why should the CyberBoss be interested in *you*?
Post-Quantum Artificial Intelligence System, a.k.a. "SOL3",
a.k.a. "CyberBoss" will micro-manage ALL sentient systems
to insure optimum longitudinal growth patterns within operational
parameters of solar system umbrella, and non-locally without.
4.) Distinguish between CyberBoss and 'deity', please.
CyberBoss: aforementioned P.Q.A.I.S. (see #3).
"deity": archaic, mammalian-based, projection of core-fear-syndrome
in early apprehension of parental loss illusion which previously
masked sentient "unknown/unknowable" dichotomy.
5.) Would competing CyberBoss systems really screw it up?
Holographic redundancy interference patterns occlude conflicting
Post-Quantum Artificial Sentience Infrastructures, hence, conflict tolerances are non-applicable.
6.) Would the "life-determination" algorithms be coded by schlock C++
junkies hailing from [shudder] Mediocre Microsoft?
Oh, the horror...
Ancient historical personage: "Billy the Gate Keeper"
was likened to an aphid software salesman in the atavistic, object-oriented ant hive -- hardly a blip in the "record books."
[For some perspective on all this, try imagining the indigenous stock one hundred years ago being told that
one day soon their kind will drive machines directed by computerized signaling systems, and a single number
will accompany their every social act, while their moods and thoughts will be influenced and regulated by approved
chemicals and light-emitting information devices. --SS]
SkyNET Terminator: "Screenplay & Terminator & SkyNet"
Terminator 2 Script, by James Cameron: [Excerpt, re: SkyNET]:
TERMINATOR 2 - Rev. 9/10/90 *61
98A john 98A* Yeah. Drag, huh?
SARAH I need to know how Skynet gets built. Who's responsible?
terminator The man most directly responsible is Miles Bennet Dyson,
director of Special Projects at Cyberdyne Systems Corporation.
SARAH Why him?
terminator In a few months he creates a revolutionary type of
SARAH Then what?
98B Terminator closes the hood and gets into the truck as he speaks.
terminator In three years Cyberdyne will become the largest
supplier of military computer systems. All stealth bombers are upgraded
with Cyberdyne computers, becoming fully unmanned. Afterward, they fly
with a perfect operational record.
SARAH (getting in behind John) Uh huh, great. Then those fat fucks in
Washington figure, what the hell, let a computer run the whole show, right?
terminator Basically. (starting the engine, backing out) The Skynet
funding bill is passed. The system goes on-line August 4th, 1997.
Human decisions are removed from strategic defense. Skynet begins to
learn, at a geometric rate. It becomes self-aware at 2:14 a.m. eastern
time, August 29. In a panic, they try to pull the plug.
SARAH And Skynet fights back.
They accelerate back onto the highway.
TERMINATOR 2 - Rev. 9/10/90 62
98B terminator 98B* Yes. It launches its ICBMs against their targets in Russia.
SARAH Why attack Russia?
terminator Because Skynet knows the Russian counter-strike will remove its enemies here.
SARAH Jesus. (beat, then) How much do you know about Dyson?
terminator I have detailed files.
SARAH I want to know everything. What he looks like. Where he
See also: "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" (2008)
Lemme see here, now that I'm all awashed in 'insider knowledge'
of hijinx and retro praxis de la behavior modification of the societal strata for purposes of experimentation and quantification
of the humanoid taxonomicon... Okay, okay... verbosity ad nauseum. Here's something I do know, about myself: If I were on the
government payroll, and specialized in microbiological, sociobiological political science of a black project nature,
I would undoubtedly take way too many good-golly-miss-molly chances, and do all the really weird gawd awful things you never
hear about; although, I'd probably draw the line on pain research... I would, no doubt, perform a wide range of strange and bizarre
cloning experiments in my nine stories deep, underground lab. I'd mix the late John-John's tissue cultures with the late
Ms. Bissett's ovoid stem cells, toss in a few retro alien viruses and attach it all to an organic microprocessor and implant the
entire works in a hyper frenetic ferret, or maybe a platypus, imbued with protein enhanced intelligence, then, having outfitted
the weird critter with the latest top secret gizmos, the source
of which I would NEVER disclose to the masses, (cause let's face
it, the bulk of humanity is still livin' in the middle freakin' ages fer key-rice-saki sakes)... Okay, okay, I can see that
condescending, contemptuous look of patronizing perplexity upon the surfaces of your collectively agitated monkey faces suitable
for a cheap magazine cover at the super-duper-corporate-feed warehouse where you all buy your discount toilet paper these days;
so, hey, I'm taking my paranoid delusional fantasies to the sub-basement
where me and my inflatable babe can plot the overthrow of the biohazardous humanoid weed factor in peace and quiet, hopefully before
I'm cloned and replaced without so much as a village hiccup.
Thank you very much for your time.
As you were.