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Oct 13, 2008


Google Megalomaniacs in Bed with Pentagon/NWO Lunatics

[Editor's Note: The author of this article will only identify himself as a 29 year old male from Florida with the name of “Ignorance Isn’t Bliss”. It's slightly annoying that a writer of this man's intellectual capacity wouldn't just employ a conventional-sounding pseudonymn instead of this tongue twisting sobriquet, but that slight irritant doesn't detract one smidgen from the quality and depth of this article. Visit his website; there's much careful thought to mine there...Ken Adachi]

From “Ignorance Isn’t Bliss”
October 12, 2008

Google Megalomaniacs in Bed with Pentagon/NWO Lunatics (Oct. 12, 2008)

Forward courtesy of Dick Fojut


Ants are abysmally stupid, in our terms, yet the colony as a superorganism often gives rise to give the impression of the individual ants being intelligent. With beehives this feature expands even further. Under the right conditions, a complex systems analysis of the collective can be indistinguishable from that as a single organism. Compare this to cells in the human body, or brain alone. Each human mind is a hive, of neurons; a hivemind. Each neuron is abysmally stupid, and each brain part is nearly worthless alone, yet the interconnected cells of each part and each part interconnected give rise to consciousness and higher brain functions.

Then there’s the Internet, with its millions of routers and billions of computers all interconnected as one that is already evolving into a ’smart’ semantic web on its own. It’s no wonder that philosophers often compare the Internet -as a complex system- to the brain, and many thinkers argue that at some point the Internet itself may become unintendedly conscious via emergence. But what if a collective of intelligent beings harnessing global scale supercomputers armed with state of the art algorithms made the goal of turning their symbiotic co-evolving component of the Internet their life’s work?

Enter Google: Google seeks to “gather & organize”, in their words, “all of the worlds information“. It’s the company slogan, and when you hear them speak it they place much emphasis on “all”. But what’s more, according to both co-founders of the company, they intend for it to “understand” what all of the worlds information means. In many cases, they’re going to extremes in order to “gather all” of it, but they’re lettings us do the work for them wherever they can. A look over their “Product” list is as far as one must go to get an idea, yet it goes further than that. But first, the main search feature must be highlighted.

Google, like other search engines, “crawls” the Internet. That is, their algorithm laden interconnected supercomputer automatons scour the Internet, link-by-link literally archiving the entire history of the Internet, page by page, day by day. A page changes and Google finds the change and adds it to its own archives. It then saves these archives for all time. This includes content from social networks, blogs, news sites, and so forth. Feeding a link into Archive.org’s Wayback Machine paints a candid picture of this process. Their urgency to archive all possible acquirable data also extends to other areas, such as your personal life via Gmail, Health, Calendar & Google Desktop (which scans all of the files in your “personal” computer) .

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At 2:55 PM , Blogger JerseyCynic said...

Hi Indi
(my jaw still hurts)

I just caught this over at WRH:

Giger is a Trans humanist artist.. He is the one who designed the "Alien" movies backdrops.. His images suggest that computers, machines, and humanity will merge together.

This video works well with this google post

At 3:54 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

I'm familiar with Giger, but what is WRH?

I'll check out the video... The music is oddly in contrast to the imagery...(early on, anyway).

At 5:02 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

The angelic realm of the industrial age, I reckon.

Technology won.

All hail GOOGLE.

Maybe I should start a blog?

***Google is NOT an Asshole***

(I wonder if Giger's an asshole?)

At 5:11 PM , Blogger JerseyCynic said...

The lullaby tune at the end of the video really got to me.
Google is NOT an Asshole -- I love it!

WRH is that doom and gloom the world is going to end any minute website:


At 5:25 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

Oh yeah, WRH...I should've figured that out. Looked familiar, it did...but I'm just coming to. Been keeping odd hours, again. duh

That video is oddly seductive, it affects me in ways contrary to my dispassionate critical view of it.
I've been trained to coldly analyze, and I'm often surprised by my own analyses.

Not long ago I said GOOGLE and FUCK YOU would soon be interchangeable epithets.

I stand by that.

At 6:47 AM , Blogger JerseyCynic said...

I'm a googoholic - I need to change - pronto
What search engine do you use?

At 11:47 AM , Anonymous Indigus said...

Ask.com, Scroogle, or Scroogle SSL version, and Yahoo in weak moments.

At 2:03 PM , Blogger JerseyCynic said...

Thanks Indi.

I've recently gone to ask.com and really liked it.

I'll try the other two.

At 1:54 PM , Blogger I.:.S.:. said...

But hey indi, what blogging service do you use?

At 4:41 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

Call me Ahab.


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