Wednesday, December 24, 2008

The order of infinite cats

I think I have figured it all out from a historical perspective. Money will not really exist any more in a few years and the measure of interaction or trade between people will be information. If any device or circuit can be manufactured with a DNA / RNA / nanotechnology / mechanical framework, the idea of property as a measure of value ceases to exist. If matter can be reworked using the tools of biology, then material form is irrelevant. The information to rearrange matter in new and effective ways will dominate the society for the next 30 years.

The free distribution of information will be a hallmark of the process. In order to restrict knowledge it requires a mechanical force to be applied ( military or police ) by an organization. It is not possible to make an organization which is solid in such an environment. It is not possible to form a sword from that which is constantly in flux. People will certainly try to cut their way through the air, but it serves no purpose ultimately.

It certainly is an end to feudalism, and the only thing I wonder is how bloody a revolution it will be. The result is inevitable, the process is full of danger from those who lose power in that process. It is not the masses who will gain from this that are the threat, it is those who wish to keep themselves above the accountability to human norms. If a person kills to protect their position it is murder, when a politician or statesman does it, it is called power grabbing. People of power fear accountability for their constant misdeeds and relish their position above the common law or personal morality of action.

I would call it the war of the Holy Coin. I avoid providing some key information about many subjects so that it does not become a tool for that war. I have no doubt it will continue to expand, and I also have no doubt it will fail. The mental process that supports despotism is not flexible enough to operate in a complex fluid environment. It requires that things be poured into molds and cast in positions, which is like stabbing a liquid terminator with a stick. These ideas of society are so old and outdated. They stem from the time of the Pharaohs, Rome, Mesopotamia, Dark Ages, Genghis Khan, Hitler, Stalin, and a thousand other imitators of the Roman social design. Rule by brute force is on the way out and with it go its trappings like coin of the empire and statute law.

The King is dead, long live the people. Even religion promotes this concept of Kings. It is absurd. I have no king above me, no hell below me, and no shades upon my eyes.

ADDED: It seems very simple from my perspective. An electron has "fields" that extend to the end of the universe, every particle is this way, we are made up of these particles, we are the universe, each one and all. Patterns form in this and some are more permanent than others, but everything that is and everything that will be is the entire universe and as such is immortal in some way.

Everything is the entire universe and this may seem impossible, but it is true, we only look edge long into the higher dimensions and it is all one single blur. If a person calculates from the perspective of higher dimensions it makes things more clear. I am not talking about some "holy something". It is simply science and understanding. The idea that an individual would use the forces of infinity to manipulate infinity is actually a bit comical to me personally. I liken it to looking at a graph in two dimensions that represents a height map surface in blender. It takes a shape depending on what you use for z axis and range, but it is merely the peaks and valleys of many different parts. In n-Space the universe is far more understandable and coherent. It is the fact that a myopic view of existence blinds the observer.

It isn't hard to see into infinity, it just requires that you look in the right directions.


jordaenne said...

I like this-we have to look in the right direction to see infinity so then based on your theory of electrons which I agree with infinately we are infinity.

Miven Dooligan said...
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Miven Dooligan said...

One can see infinity from _ANY_ direction. The chunks of matter that get in your way are an transient illusion. Just pools of flowing energy, condensing and evaporating before your eyes.

Happy New Year 2009.