Let us now look at this from a cosmic perspective. I have only lightly touched on that subject before in this book, and I will go into much more detail about it later. However, let us see how the Movement looks at the cosmic perspective of the AI Movement, presented by people who are not regarded as AI gurus, contrary to Dr. Ray Kurzweil.
First, let us touch on a subject that is being discussed by, amongst others, Marc Andreessen, who is sitting on the Board of Directors of Facebook. His ideas and “predictions” make sense because it’s a logical consequence of the progression of science in this field of discussion. Andreessen has also made a $25-million-dollar donation toward the cause of Transhumanism; funds that came from his own company, Samsara, being the first generation of Internet of Things, abbreviated “IoT.”
"This second wave of companies, they don’t want to just do the "internet of things"," Andreessen said. "They are showing up three years later, saying ok I know exactly how this is going to get used. It’s for real businesses in industrial environments."
Gartner backs this claim - it predicts that businesses alone will double spending on internet of things units by 2020, going from $767 billion to more than $1.4 trillion. Telegraph.co.uk., Dec. 23, 2015, Marc Andreessen: 'In 20 years, every physical item will have a chip implanted in it'--Star venture capitalist Andreessen's new $25m bet heralds the dawn of the Internet of Things 2.0.
The Telegraph article continues,
His core thesis is that over the next 20 years every physical item will have a chip implanted in it. "The end state is fairly obvious - every light, every doorknob will be connected to the internet. Just like with the web itself, there will be thousands of [sic] use cases - energy efficiency, food safety, major problems that aren't as obvious as smartwatches and wearables," he says.
A report from Accenture this year estimated that this new Industrial Internet of Things -- which has also been called the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0 -- could boost the British economy alone by $531bn (£352bn) by 2030.
Obviously, Andreessen and Google, in general, are playing a significant role in making the Singularity come true.
Fig. 5-7: An artist’s interpretation of Kepler-186f, a potentially Earth-like exoplanet. [Source: NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-CalTech]
Let’s go from the Singularity at home to the Singularity in space. We know by now that our solar system is not unique; there are other solar systems out there with their own exoplanets. Some of them have been found orbiting stars that are very similar to our Sun, and they orbit about the same distance as the Earth around the Sun, and some of them seem to be of a similar size.
This has excited astronomers and astrophysics since these exoplanets were discovered, and NASA and others are allegedly figuring out how we would be able to get there.
Apparently, they are looking for other alternatives than to only let cyborgs space travel. One alternative is, according to hardcore scientists, to send human genomes into some hardy bacteria and direct them toward a targeted planet in another solar system; to a planet that would potentially be Earth-like [Popular Science, May 30, 2014, A new idea for colonizing space: send our dna, assemble ourselves once we get there]. Then, humans assemble from these genomes and can colonize such a planet. The idea is to send out the genomes to several different star systems simultaneously.
This idea is nothing new; it’s been discussed by scientists for many decades, as I mentioned in the (Wes Penre Papers), and it’s called Panspermia. However, the next phase in sending human genomes through space that can be considered new (from a human perspective) is so-called 3-D Printing! A new technology will soon be available, where we can print humans in 3-D. This may sound like bad science fiction, but it’s very real and very possible.
At Motherboard, May 29, 2014, Our Best Bet for Colonizing Space May Be Printing Humans on Other Planets, Harvard biologist Gary Ruvkun suggests, “What if, instead of rocketing humans to other planets, we made an exact copy on site?” Here we have En.ki’s technology all over again.
Adam Steltzner is the lead engineer on the NASA JPL's Curiosity rover mission, and he adds,
"Our best bet for space exploration could be printing humans, organically, on another planet," said Steltzner on stage at the Smithsonian Magazine’s Future Is Now conference in Washington, DC this month [date?].
Multimedia 5-3: 3-D Printing (click on the above picture)
The entire idea with colonizing other planets, say leading scientists, is to guarantee the future of the human race. If something goes wrong here on Earth, we will still exist somewhere else. This is ironic if we keep in mind that humanity is soon going to be extinct as a biological entity. So we may ask ourselves, is their plan being set in motion in order to preserve this last stage of Human 1.0? This could be, but it’s not very likely; Transhumanists believe that the new human cyborg is the next natural step in our evolution — an evolution controlled by a technology that they think is inevitable. Posthuman’s exploitation of space will be done by cyborgs, run by an AI computer system. Thus, Posthumans will become a virus in the Universe!
To elaborate on the 3-D printing idea, it’s already in the works; scientists recently discovered that they can send microbes from Earth to Mars and they survive. Therefore, why don’t we send some genetic code next time?
From there, it may seem as a big stretch to claim that we could send DNA to some planet light-years away, but Steltzner says, “Maybe that process has happened before...” “Maybe that's how we got here.” The scientists are obviously selling us on the idea of Panspermia — that life here on Earth was seeded by ETs somewhere else in space and time — perhaps having their own DNA attached to an asteroid or a comet, which they then sent to Earth. After having crash-landed here, the DNA from this celestial body started the process of “evolution” here.
It’s true that some asteroids that crashed on this planet were sent here by ETs, and those asteroids contained DNA of some species a particular ET race wants to seed the planet with. Contrary to Charles Darwin’s flawed theories, life does not begin all by itself and evolve from one thing into another, e.g. a trilobite does not become a land living creature after millions of years; a trilobite is a trilobite and that’s all there is to it. All species on this planet were seeded, and are being seeded, from elsewhere, and new species are continuously being added to the Living Library from outside Earth.
This is true even today, when scientists find new fauna and new flora that seem to appear from nowhere. What is not understood is that not only is this newfound fauna or flora new to Earth, but the DNA was sent here on one or more asteroids in some distant past, and with time, this new fauna/flora could develop into its current, intended shape and form.
I need to clarify that although we have just discussed the fact that there is truth in the Panspermia hypothesis, there is more to the picture. As discussed earlier in this book, as well as in the Wes Penre Papers, Planet Earth is an Experiment that was instigated by the Orions and the Vegans billions of years ago. It was a multidimensional, spiritual project, and everything that was living here before the AIF came was multidimensional and part of the KHAA. Earth was not locked into the Third Dimension, but was interdimensional (and still is). Queen Nin did not seed life on Earth from asteroids; She created life with thought-imagination-intention, a flow of creation we have discussed earlier. She then manifested Her reality for others to experience, and She filled the Earth with life forms she found appropriate. Namlú’u—the androgynous womankind — was one of them. There was nothing “physical” involved in Her creation. If you think about it, asteroids are part of the Physical Universe, which is the universe in which we are trapped, so the seeding process that is done through asteroids must logically have been done (and is done) by… yes, you guessed it — the Overlords. This tiny piece of the Electromagnetic Spectrum that we humans experience is the Overlords’ chessboard, and we are their pawns.
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