Our Future As Machines
Modern science is based on primitive assumptions.
Schools teach (and get in trouble if they don’t teach) that there was no intelligence guiding the evolution of species. There was no spirit making any decisions at all about what to create and how. Matter refined itself into life by accident. Given enough years, and enough accidents, the miracle of life came into being.
And the matter got really smart. It turned into Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Yuval Harari (our guest below). The chain of lucky accidents made a few people who were way smarter than ordinary mud: smart guys who could (and were entitled to) fix everything that evolution had botched in their fellow man, so we could all become perfect like them.
They’re busy redesigning us as we speak.
In 2018, Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari waxed poetic about our transhuman future in this speech to the World Economic Forum (a group of power brokers who feel uniquely qualified to shove these changes down our throats):
Is nothing sacred? No. We already covered that.
While most of us were still getting used to the idea of 3D printers, a newer technology called DNA printers was quietly introduced. Human (and other) genetic sequences can now be modeled on a computer, generated in a “printer” that looks much like the one on your desk, and turned loose to fix you from the inside.
If you don’t need fixing, you will soon.
On March 26, 2020, Microsoft was granted a patent by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Patent WO 060606 declares that “Human Body Activity associated with a task provided to a user may be used in a mining process of a cryptocurrency system…”
The “body activity” that Microsoft wants to mine includes radiation emitted from the human body, brain activities, body fluid flow, blood flow, organ activity, body movement such as eye movement, facial movement, and muscle movement, as well as any other activities that can be sensed and represented by images, waves, signals, texts, numbers, degrees, or any other information or data.
The patent is an intellectual property claim over our bodies and minds… Rather than sovereign, spiritual, conscious, intelligent beings making decisions and choices with wisdom and ethical values about the impacts of our actions on the natural and social world of which we are a part, and to which we are inextricably related, we are “users.” A “user” is a consumer without choice in the digital empire.
With the “Internet of Bodies,” we are well advanced down the transhumanist path already, and there is legitimate concern that the COVID “vaccines” are part of the strategy.
The utopian sales pitch for remote-control implants is to give people who have certain rare genetic diseases a chance to make their bodies obey. Did it ever occur to these do-gooders that (a) others would be able to grab the switch, or (b) the transition from surgical implants to injectable nanobots would mean we could all benefit from the same interventions?
I didn’t think so.
Transhumanists would merge humans with machines, which have no power of choice. Involuntary transhumanism (eugenics) and genocide violate all Human Rights.
The first “Eyeborg”–a filmmaker with an implanted video camera.