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September 9, 2019

Read Between The Lines When Globalists Push For A 'Post Human Future' While Emphasizing: 'The End Is Already Beginning!' 

- DARPA's Investing Millions To Allow Human Brains To Communicate Directly With Machines


By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

In this August 25th story over at NBC News, they reported that while for thousands of years, human beings have reigned over our planet as the only intelligent and self-aware species, 'that could soon change, perhaps in our lifetimes' and as their story reported, 'not long after that, homo sapiens could vanish from the Earth entirely'. 

Also reporting that 'Cyborgs will replace humans and remake the world' and 'Our supremacy as the prime understanders of the cosmos is rapidly coming to end', that NBC story was just one of several that has come out within the past few weeks reporting we are rapidly entering a 'post-human age'.

As NBC reported, author James Lovelock explains in his new book called "Novacene" that those who will rule over the future 'will have designed and built themselves' with Lovelock claiming 'the self-sufficient, self-aware descendants of today’s robots and artificial intelligence systems', what he calls the 'Novacene', which literally means the 'new new age', will be the 'new supremacists' of that 'new new age' that doesn't include 'homo sapiens'.

So while leftists and the msm continue to insanely scream 'white supremacist' about what's happening in America today, with a wise shift in America towards 'nationalism' and the abandonment of 'globalism' and all of its failures, the 'supremacists' of the future likely won't be fully 'human' at all. And as the NBC News story warns, soon after that time, there may not be any room for human beings in the world, left nor right, we'll all simply be looked at by the 'new rulers' of our planet as part of the background, like the trees or plants are to most human beings.  

The following excerpt comes to us from their story in a section titled "The end is already beginning". 

The first stages of the Novacene are already underway, Lovelock argues. He cites the example of AlphaZero, a computer program that taught itself to play the game Go — and then quickly went on to become the world’s best Go player. Today's computers can already process data far faster than we can; with fully independent artificial intelligence, he says, tomorrow’s cyborgs will easily become a million times smarter than we are.

Lovelock imagines cyborgs filling every evolutionary niche on the planet. “I think of cyborgs as another kingdom of life,” he says. “They will stand to us in much the same way as we ourselves, as a kingdom of animals, stand to plants.”

What would cyborgs look like? Lovelock is intentionally vague because he expects that they'll rethink the basic rules of design in ways that we puny humans cannot imagine. “Cyborgs would start again; like Alpha Zero they would start from a blank slate,” he writes in his book. He speculates that they might look like spheres, though when pressed he says, “It’s entirely possible they would have no form at all,” existing mostly as virtual forms inside computers.

Whatever their form, the cyborgs will be so far beyond us in intellect that they may dismiss us as part of the planet's background landscape. Alternatively, they might appreciate us in much the way that we appreciate plants. This possibility appeals to Lovelock, who likes to spend days in the garden around his cottage home in Dorset, England. “Think about the way you go to a great arboretum,” he says.

Once established, the cyborgs will remain dominant on our planet. “The Novacene,” Lovelock says, “will probably be the final era of life on Earth."

And while that might sound like a huge stretch to some and an impossibility to others, four new stories out over the past week+ show us how insanely fast we're already moving towards that monstrous possibility of a morphing between man and machines whether we like it or not. We'll take a look at each of those stories in much more detail further below but first, their titles.:

"Scariest Thing You'll Read All Day": Report Sounds Alarm Over Brain-Reading Technology and Neurocapitalism "Your brain, the final privacy frontier, may not be private much longer.

"Brain-reading tech is coming. The law is not ready to protect us. In the era of neurocapitalism, your brain needs new rights.

Silicon Valley’s final frontier for mobile payments — ‘the neoliberal takeover of the human body’

Mind-reading AI may spell end to humanity as we know it, but not because it will enslave us

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While some might believe 'Cyborgs' to be a long way off still, all the way back on March 7th of 2016, CNN published this story titled "US Military Spending Millions To Make Cyborgs A Reality" via the development by DARPA of an advanced 'brain implant' that would allow a human brain to communicate directly with a computer.  

And while CNN reported that a spokesman for DARPA had claimed that the program wasn't intended for military applications and was instead to be focused upon assisting injured US Veterans who may have lost the use of their limbs or other body functions due to wartime injuries, does anybody really believe that will be the case with the health of US Veterans even now put behind that of illegal immigrants by Democrats in America and the 'deep state' always seeking the next military advantage? From the CNN story. 

The goal of the proposed implant is to "open the channel between the human brain and modern electronics" according to DARPA's program manager, Phillip Alvelda.

In January, DARPA announced it plans to spend up to $62 million on the project, which is part of its Neural Engineering System Design program.

The implant would be small -- no larger than one cubic centimeter, or roughly the size of two stacked nickels -- according to DARPA.

The implantable device aims to convert neurons in the brain into electronic signals and provide unprecedented "data-transfer bandwidth between the human brain and the digital world," according to a DARPA statement announcing the new project.

DARPA sees the implant as providing a foundation for new therapies that could help people with deficits in sight or hearing by "feeding digital auditory or visual information into the brain."

A spokesman for DARPA told CNN that the program is not intended for military applications.

With that 2016 CNN story hinting we're likely much more quickly on the way to a 'cyborg future' than most understand, the previously mentioned story over at NBC News helps us to understand why 'cyborgs' could be a very real threat to a 'human future', as they'll simply remake the planet's ecosystem to better serve 'themselves' while ignoring the needs of human beings. From the NBC News story.:  

As the Novacene progresses, the cyborgs might decide to remake Earth’s ecosystem. With no need for oxygen or water, they might create a new world that is better for them but lethal for us. For example, they might replace carbon-based life with silicon equivalents: photovoltaic plants that generate electricity, or trees that bear batteries instead of fruit.

With green plants largely or totally eliminated, oxygen levels would plummet, and the sky would turn from a rich blue to a tepid brown. “Eventually, organic Gaia will probably die,” Lovelock writes. “But just as we do not mourn the passing of our ancestor species, neither, I imagine, will the cyborgs be grief-stricken by the passing of humans.”

Given their complete dominion over Earth, the cyborgs would become our planet’s final inhabitants. Lovelock thinks the Novacene could last a billion years or so, until the growing heat from the sun makes Earth unbearable even for synthetic life. At that point, the cyborgs might migrate to another world.


According to this August 30th story over at Vox, emerging new technologies are now being created that will quite literally be able to read the thoughts in a human being's brain with both facebook and Elon Musk's Neurolink leading the way. Reporting that Musk’s company has created flexible “threads” that can be implanted into a brain and could one day allow you to control your smartphone or computer with just your thoughts, they also reported that Musk wants to start human testing by the end of 2020.

Leading off their story with a quote from George Orwell's dystopian "1984", "Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimeters inside your skull", the Vox story then reported that line, which was meant to show how oppressive a society they lived in, actually showed how lucky they were living within that 'dystopia': "At least THEIR brains were still private." And ours? 

As Common Dreams reported in this August 30th story titled "Scariest Thing You'll Read All Day": Report Sounds Alarm Over Brain-Reading Technology and Neurocapitalism", a story which Steve Quayle had linked to with the note "technological beheading underway", "our brains, the final privacy frontier, may not be private much longer". 

Warning that all of these new technologies are coming around at a time when there are no laws in place to deal with them as they'll surely violate our own rights to privacy, their story hints at what sinister things may arise with the coming commercialization of brain data in the consumer market. They suggest the following new laws may need to be put into place.: 

Vox's Sigal Samuel interviewed neuroethicist Marcello Ienca, a researcher at ETH Zurich who published a paper in 2017 detailing four human rights for the neurotechnology age that he believes need to be protected by law. Ienca told Samuel, "I'm very concerned about the commercialization of brain data in the consumer market."

"And I'm not talking about a farfetched future. We already have consumer neurotech, with people trading their brain data for services from private companies," he said, pointing to video games that use brain activity and wearable devices that monitor human activities such as sleep. "I'm tempted to call it neurocapitalism."

The Vox report broke down the four rights that, according to Ienca, policymakers need to urgently safeguard with new legislation:

1) The right to cognitive liberty: You should have the right to freely decide you want to use a given neurotechnology or to refuse it.

2) The right to mental privacy: You should have the right to seclude your brain data or to publicly share it.

3) The right to mental integrity: You should have the right not to be harmed physically or psychologically by neurotechnology.

4) The right to psychological continuity: You should have the right to be protected from alterations to your sense of self that you did not authorize.

"Brain data is the ultimate refuge of privacy. When that goes, everything goes," Ienca said. "And once brain data is collected on a large scale, it's going to be very hard to reverse the process."


And while we haven't quite yet reached the point which the Vox and Common Dreams stories had warned of, as this September 8th story over at Marketwatch titled "Silicon Valley’s final frontier for mobile payments — ‘the neoliberal takeover of the human body’" reports, we're well on our way there already. 

As RT had reported the day before that in this story titled "Mind-reading AI may spell end to humanity as we know it, but not because it will enslave us", all of this is leading towards totalitarianism. 

Technologies linking human consciousness to any sort of a cloud computing service could not just open the way for totalitarian mind control, but destroy the very essence of human relations, philosopher Slavoj Zizek says.

A computer that can read the thoughts of many people at once would make normal human life impossible, the Slovenian cultural philosopher told RT in the wake of the World Artificial Intelligence (AI) Conference in Shanghai, which saw Alibaba’s chairman Jack Ma and Tesla CEO Elon Musk clashing over the future of AI.

While the two technopreneurs engaged in a heated discussion over the possibility of humans being controlled by machines in the future, the senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana shared his thoughts on the issue with RT.

Our brain being connected to a machine is not a utopia!

"What I am studying now is the so-called phenomenon of wired brains, a possibility of our brains being connected with strong digital machines. And that is not a utopia. In the media lab at MIT, Massachusetts, they already have simple machines like that. It is like a helmet, nothing intrusive, they put it on your head.

And then something horrible happens - I saw the video - you think certain thoughts, you do not say anything, and the machine reproduces them either in writing or with artificial voice."

Warning that the 'next step' in that process could lead to millions of people having their brains connected together and to a computer in a sort of 'AI Cloud' system that will lead to a new form of 'mass awareness', imagine what could happen in such as situation where those same 'masses' no longer have 'individual consciousness' and are instead part of a 'hive mind', what the RT story author reported as: "I find this concept pretty horrifying".  

Yet think about how we're already seeing this kind of behavior from many on the left, who are unable to think for themselves and instead buy into the propaganda being peddled to them by leftist politicians and the msm. The 'hive mind' that we're witnessing now from the left will be nothing should they all suddenly be connected to a computer and to each others. Imagine 'Trump derangement syndrome' on techno-steroids. 

In the 1st video below from videographer 'Factions of Freedom' titled "Rage Against The Establishment, Exposing Extinction & The Post-Human Era", our videographer warns us we're reaching a 'tipping point' with many leftists unable to differentiate 'climate alarmism' from reality while technocrats push for more and more control and now, those same groups pushing the 'post-human era' in. And in the 2nd and final video below from Infowars titled "How To Stop The Post-Human Era", we're told that humanity still has a small chance to fight back against the post-human era by igniting the fires of resistance.

We'll close with the following video description from the first video below. 

It seems like the future doesn't need us, or at least, that's what we're being told these days. With the climate alarmism of the rising cult of Eco-extermists and the agitating nature of the technocrats, it's clear that we're in a position of both confusion and subversion. This, and the general frustration with politics sets the tone for this episode, but as it progresses, we delve deeper into our increasingly controlled reality - Can you blame the waking populous?

These days, not only with the information that's coming out, but also combined with their deep implications and far reaching ramifications, people are justifiably upset. The failing infrastructures of our collective countries is beginning to show, and this will effect the quickly coming future. Many are uncertain for the very same provocateurs have provided false promises before, but will this stop progress?

Humanity truly may be reaching a point which resembles critical mass. Not in population, but in perception, and it's this dangerous perception of our collective futures which hinders us from truly refining ourselves into what we need to be. Though our wills have been battered by these adversities, that shouldn't negate our efforts of a better tomorrow.

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