Notes from The Singularity

Month: November 2021

Galloping into a New Transnational Dystopia

The world is not sliding, but galloping into a new transnational dystopia. This development has not been properly recognized outside of national security circles. It has been hidden by secrecy, complexity and scale. The internet, our greatest tool of emancipation, has been transformed into the most dangerous facilitator of totalitarianism we have ever seen.

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Central banks are wealth transfer mechanisms.

Central banks are wealth transfer mechanisms. Their so-called “mistakes” are designed to cause systemic boom and bust cycles in the economy.
First they manufacture colored tokens (money) that people get in exchange for their labor, to buy houses among other assets.
This is followed by the controlled blowing up of the cycle.… Read more...

Trabajo a destajo y la vuelta del proletariado

Para bien o para mal estamos viviendo una ola de solo-preneurs en cuanto a trabajo y estilo de vida. Esto ocurre a medida que el trabajo físico o repetitivo está quedando atrás y siendo reemplazado por robots.

El trabajo virtual distribuido será posible a una escala inimaginable en unos años. Los trabajadores serán accesibles y “empleables” en tiempo real sin importar su ubicación, que irá siendo cada vez más irrelevante.… Read more...

Are you going to use LinkedIn today?

For the last 200-300 years there´s something called regression statistics, a regression algorithm which relates known, pre-defined things (today is friday) to know about other things (you are using LinkedIn).

But with Machine Learning we are getting into Bayesian Algorithms, where you don´t need a human to pre-define whats important.… Read more...

Economía Post-Covid y la Fábrica de Burbujas

Los inversores han dejado de considerar el valor ‘utilidad’ y se están pasado al valor ‘almacén’. Compran pisos como en China para “guardar” el dinero, no para generar innovación o investigación. Lo mismo pasa con muchos otros productos: la gente piensa cada vez más en el valor de reventa de las cosas, y menos en el de utilidad.… Read more...

Las redes sociales no son negocios descentralizados

Las compañías con acciones (joint stock companies) crearon mecanismos de alineamiento económico que permitían a varios individuos compartir los riesgos y recompensas de aventuras productivas cuyo retorno podía demorarse varios años, durante viajes de exploración y conquista. Este modelo ha evolucionado hacia el de las corporaciones globales y los accionistas.Read more...

Ciencia o Certeza

Lo que muchos hacen pasar por “ciencia” en los medios y en las redes sociales tiene más que ver con la “certeza” que con la ciencia. La ciencia es un proceso, no un estado mental o una ideología.

La certeza ideológica es la puerta de la arrogancia. Es rígida, sin sentido de sensibilidad o compromiso.… Read more...

¿Qué es Matrix?

Matrix es una construcción a nivel físico y energético que mantienen funcionando las entidades o personas que gobiernan nuestra realidad. Son lo que se hace llamar cabal, globalistas, deep state, etc. Personas que no tienen los mismos estándares morales que la sociedad pero cuya agenda es la de esclavizar las almas de todo el mundo.… Read more...

¿Hacedor o Consumidor?

Llevamos la mentalidad ‘de consumo’ allí donde vamos. Todo el consumo es un proceso de ‘comer’: devoramos algo del mundo exterior, y en la mayoría de los casos en este proceso nos hacemos más pesados, densos y dependientes.

En realidad el consumidor es el consumido. Ser un consumidor es participar en un proceso de destrucción.… Read more...

The Fallacy of the Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect has no meaning neither practical applications outside of the context of certain types of equations and the complexity context.

Actually its not right of most of life’s situations: if you have 2 instead of 1 coffee today you’ll still be the same person tomorrow. That’s because you are a complex system yourself, under an stable equilibrium, which will absorb and minimize even major environmental circumstances.… Read more...

What is a Black Swan?

A Black Swan is a higly improbable event that:

– It is unpredictable
– Has a massive impact
– After the event we make up an explanation that makes it less random and more predictable.

It happens because we focus on things we already know, and never take into consideration what we don’t know (see the link in here to the “known unknows” and “unknown unknows” from Rumsfeld).… Read more...

Remember CBDCs are still DEBT !

The fallacy we live in is that we believe that debt based fiat currency has any value beyond the government’s promise to take it in as taxes. Otherwise, there is no other promise and anyone not required to pay US or EUR tax can just as easily transact in something else. Those holding fiat debt instruments are waking up to this.… Read more...

Some thoughts on randomness

A string of bits is random if and only if it is shorter than any computer program than can produce the string (Kolmogorov Randomness). This means that random strings can not be compressed.

But a scalable algorithm may produce an incomprensible sequence that mimics randonmnes for any length and period we want.… Read more...

The System Justification Bias

People feel safer with the stablished order in the face of potential change. That’s partly why people buy the same things they bought before, return to the same restaurants, and keep the same opinions.

This has been called the system jutification bias, and it has interesting paradoxical effects. … Read more...

Who Needs a Hackable World?

Governments and corporations won’t ever allow decentralized apps because they are the ‘institutional hackers’. They need a hackable world to spy and control people.

Data breaches are just collateral damage in a war is about controlling each and every aspect of your life.… Read more...