17 Burst results for "Ray Kurzweil"

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:22 min | Last week

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"We're going to assume that's true. You've been in premiere coaching for a while. You've know how to take listing appointments. You know how to be proactively lead generating pre qualifying presenting. You've got a good flow going and you have fairly consistent cash flow. So you know now you now know how to proactively generate business closed business. And you now know how to generate a consistent profit. That's the main thing. If you can't create a consistent profit, you'll never have enough money left over to actually reinvest and start making yourself rich. You do now at this point, I'm assuming understand that long-term sustainable success is the result of doing what you don't want to do when you don't want to do it at the highest level. And we know you can actually do this. And so you know this as well. It's kind of interesting as we're entering into this uncertain time and the economy and it definitely has a weird time. It's first time all of our lives. Anyone who says they've lived through a time like this before is not telling the truth because they set up circumstances in the headwinds and the economy are very unique. The only thing that's similar, listeners and again, always do your research yourself on this. The only thing similar in history started in 1967 and lasted through 1982, and that was the last time we had inflation like this. I was reading that ray kurzweil ray kurzweil. No, another ray. Again, I got COVID brain here folks a little bit, but maybe it was ray kurzweil. He was predicting that you're going to have an inflation time where inflation is going to consistently increase by as little as 5 to 6% per year. And as much as close to ten percent per year for the next ten years. And it's going to level off. So in other words, we're going to be seeing inflationary times at its trough. It's still going to be 5 to 6% per year. And I think that's pretty incredible if you think about it, that that's how high inflation could be. That means essentially if you bought something a $100,000 house and it adds 5 or 6% per year in just inflation over the next 5 years. You guys can kind of do the math on how much that's going to be worth. But remember, at the same time, the thing that's that sounds good, right? But the problem with inflation is everything else is going to go up as well. So food is going to go up. Water is going to go up and electricity is going to go up insurance, it's going to go up. Everything is going to increase in cost. So at the same time, your assets will become worth more money, the buying power, if you were to sell those assets will be worth about the same. So it's a double edged sword. And we're also looking at indeed interest rates going up. So who knows how this is all going to sort out. But do know this, that the greatest fortunes have always been made during the greatest times of change. We say this on the podcast a lot, and the reason I really drilled down on that is because a lot of you are suckered into believing, frankly, that you can only make money when the market is going one direction. You can only make money when the interest rates are low. You can only make money when this or that, the other things are happening. It's not happening now. So you might as well turtle up and wait for the clouds to clear. That is the absolute stupidest thing you can be doing. Because when there's the most need for caring competent skilled real estate agents, that's when you have the most opportunity to make the most money.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:05 min | Last week

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So you look at the transgender movement as it appears now. And I think that you really do get a good preview of what ultimately transhumanism is already, but will be, which is a very lofty goal, a very arrogant goal, one that has no problem whatsoever with blasphemy. And one that looks very hideous to the outside world to normal people, whereas inside, you know, there's this beautiful conception. So yes, transgenderism and transhumanism are running side by side down this highway into the future. So there's the kind of tech oligarchs, if you will, it almost as if this is a, they all believe this is going to happen no matter what. The resistance is futile to use your kind of Borg analogy. But these predictions have a tendency not to always come true. Maybe the merging of a machine and a human being isn't as seamless as they would think. Can you talk a little bit about the contrarian point of view, which would be, this is probably a really bad idea that is probably going to be far messier with more casualties than you could ever imagine. And in fact, we shouldn't even be entertaining this at all. Yeah, you know, the first introduction I had to transhumanism as a really fleshed out concept was about 2021 years ago with ray kurzweil's the age of spiritual machines in which he argued that in the very near future you would see artificial intelligence surpassed human intelligence and then eventually get to the point where it was hundreds of times than millions of times then trillions of times faster with greater memory, basically infinite memory and infinite breadth as far as the data that can be collected. And he set out a timeline in that book, you know, beginning with 2009, and then 2019, and then so on and so forth, up to 2099. So from 2022, we can look back at 2009, 2019. And see what he got right and what he got wrong. Now there's far more that he got right than got wrong and what he got right should give everyone pause as to where all of this is going because it isn't just a series of predictions. It's a way of shaping the future by way of those predictions. He sets out goals for people to achieve. So he thought that we would have ubiquitous screens by 2019. He foresaw what we now call the metaverse with ubiquitous virtual reality and augmented reality. He thought that genetic engineering in gene editing would be fairly normal by now. And he thought that artificial intelligence would be a bit beyond where it is now. So he did overreach with a lot of his predictions, but not enough of them for me to be comfortable with..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Good on everything else. That's right. Definitely on purpose. Yeah, yeah. How about we just spent about 20 minutes talking about Google on this show? How about that? It's a red letter day. We were talking about Google. Gary Marcus, nonsense on stilts. Lambda is not sentient, not even slightly. That's a good phrase, nonsense on stilts. He also quotes a great Eric Bernoulli tweet you'll find in there. He says, it's not really that much more advanced than Eliza. Really? Right. Really? It's not any more aware of itself anyway. In that sense, no, it's answers are a hell of a lot more varied and informative. It's a very interesting stuff. There's another interesting thing here. There's an essay by Gloria yu at public books called the art of intelligence. And it starts off quoting cybernetic artist Nicholas schiffer, who says the artist no longer creates work he creates creation. And in a sense, that's what lambda does. Lambda creates is not a chatbot creates chatbots. And so the act of creating lambda creating art or creating Dali creating art leads to all kinds of wonderful fascinating questions there too. Would you would you stipulate Stacy that even though at this time, this conversation is clear and probably pretty silly. It isn't too long before we're going to have this confronting us for real. The idea of sentient AI? Yeah, that we're going to there'll be something. Look, maybe you disagree. I think that answered it. I don't think we really are the arbiters of what sentient, right? No, I know. And I'm not trying to that's why it's a good thing. That's exactly right. So how do you know? When AI's goals diverge from our own or when we selfishly optimize for something and teach something how to optimize super well for it, like we have our capital markets, which then generates all sorts of harmful externalities. I mean, capitalism is just the AI paper clip problem writ for finance, right? So I feel like we can have this. Sure. The idea that the paper clip issue where if you teach an AI or a computer how to make paper clips, that's what you want to do. It'll just awe. It's one of Nick bostrom's thought experiments. And capitalism is kind of that way because you see kind of where we are in terms of just always optimizing for shareholder returns is what we're doing to the detriment of dumb and uninformed way. And that's the problem with AIs in general is that they just do what you tell them to do. So I think if we get to a point where they think on their own, in some ways, it might be good as long as they're aligned with what we're trying to do. But as humans, we're not all aligned to the same thing anyway, so it kind of doesn't matter. I feel like we're creating these arbitrary distinctions between us and AI when in fact that a lot of people would probably be like, what if the AI decides to preserve nature at the benefit against it? Well, us. I'm not even sure. I'm not even sure. I'm feeling, I'm thinking more along the lines of, it's just a matter of time like months or years before a deep fake has created that's so good that we don't know if it's a deep fake or not. It's kind of like that. And that's a totally different issue. I believe that we should worry about that. That this will be, but I sent you this is going to be a similar issue that there is going to be something, a newscaster, or I don't know, some sort of robot that we go, well, is it thinking or not? I can't tell. And I don't think that's very far off. And then it really does raise this issue of what makes us human. What is sentience? We don't even know how to define it. Is ray kurzweil, right? Is it matter? What is it wrong to turn off lambda? Well, it's not wrong now. I think we all agree. Do you think you'd ever get to a point? It's not murder. It's not murder. And killing the beast. It's not killing anything. Well, we kill, I mean, we kill things that are like, look at octopuses. Octopi? Whatever. I think arguably. We killed them all. This is smarter than land. Yeah, that's fair. Yeah. Or even pigs. We eat pigs, but they're actually very smart. And they're self aware in the sense that they pass the mirror test. So I'm like, is it wrong for us to so okay, but saying, is it when is it wrong for us to turn off Landa? When is it wrong for us to eat a pig? I mean, we're not sure. So put a different. When is it an ethical issue? As it is with the pig, and it's an ethical issue. We make choices. And live with them. Can you imagine it ever being pushed Leo's question? Ever being an ethical issue to turn off a program. No. I don't think I think Stacy's right. We're not going to have that much difficulty.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Bio Report

"One of the strains in the book is this notion of transhumanism from the 19th century Russian philosopher of to the American futurist ray kurzweil. What is transhumanism and has it taken hold as technology has advanced? Yeah, so transhumanism is essentially it's a belief system that a belief that basically we should use technology to enhance the human condition in any way possible. That can be as simple as wearing contact lenses or it can go. And then it can go all the way up to living longer or living forever. Becoming some kind of cyborg so transhumanism is kind of a large umbrella term and then you have the immortalist which sit within that as one of the more so extreme branches of transhumanism. And if you'd speak to transhumanism, some say that that strand of thinking goes back as far as the renaissance, but in my case, I sort of traced it back to where the immortalist, a lot of them see photo off as this, for example, the church of perpetual life, which is a church which follows immortality which preachers that we can be at all can be immortal. They list video off as one of their prophets. So he was a Russian librarian from the 19th century and philosopher, and he wrote this book called the common task and that basically described how humans should all come together. They should master nature and in the process make themselves immortal and also bring back anyone that's ever lived. And really conquered death. So it's interesting that you see someone like used as a sort of example in the transience world. So you get this kind of strange blur of transhumanism and he was also a Christian and Christianity was very evident in his in his thinking. So yeah, they still sort of talk about further off today, even if I think a lot of them have kind of misinterpreted some of his message. Well, you bring up Christianity. Certainly selling the idea of immortality and immortal life is been ingrained in religious traditions. Does that carry over with the work.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Vergecast

"All combining to one because there is the real world utilities and offerings. The live shows, there's actually one person that made it to the highest level, level 6. And on level 6, one of the offerings is I'm going to make a record with this person. They're going to come to the studio. We're going to make a record and we're going to release it together and it's going to be Steve aoki and XYZ. You know, dropping a record. And you know, here's the thing. I don't just work with musicians and artists. I made a song with Bill Nye. I made a song with JJ Abrams. Ray kurzweil, like scientists, thinkers, the probability of one of the most exciting collabs I've never done that I'm putting out to this space, the ether, hopefully it comes back is doing a record with Elon Musk. Yeah. You know, I just like to me, I just need the spirit of someone in the studio with me when I'm creating, you know, it can turn into something beautiful. But in any case, a lot of stuff happening at my shows. That kind of access to shows I'm already doing, the shows that we're going to be creating. And drops, obviously, physical drops digital wearable drops. The digital drops, right? Combining both. I think one thing that's really exciting to announce here too is the first collab that we're doing with my little pony, which is great. Dude, I swear to God, every time I have like announced, I just talked about this on Twitter spaces. Everyone's so excited. That's the thing. We do collabs, my brand, dimmock, fashion, our merch line. We do tons of licensing deals with really big anime and cult. IPs that I love I grew up with matrix and gremlins to now my little pony to like Naruto, Dragon Ball, bleach, Attack on Titan, things like that. I'll have a lot of anime stuff. But the first dropper doing is going to be exclusive. I'm going to do an exclusive collection from my little pony. That's for all the 80 members. We've also got the next chapter of dominion X my first NFT drop I did character X and then we launched with stupid buddies, Seth greens, stop motion animation company, created demeanor X, Seth and I were doing the dominion X NFT collection. The PFP is coming soon. With exclusive early access to just passport holders. Can I get on the weeds? I'm just like, oh, the password works and stuff. So this is stuff about these communities that I think are utterly fascinating. They're all built on the blockchain. These are all tokens. You should theoretically be able to sell them and resell them. So on the website it says aoki credits or ERC 1155 NFTs. You buy a bunch of those and then you can trade them in for an aoki verse passport, which is itself an NFT. So when you trade the men and there's 30,000 NFTs, the credits. It's a start. When people trade them into you, you get them back. Do you get to resell them? Yeah, so when you trade them in, you essentially burn them. You burn them. Okay. There's like whatever credits left over and people, you know, obviously the more they burn the less our in population and presumably, you know, that drives the price of the credits up. But you use up the credits to level up your passport. And as you level up your passport, it goes from level one is one credit. Level level two is four credits. Level three is 16. Level four is 64. A level 5 is, I forgot what it was, like 256 and level 6s, a thousand something. You know, it's all in multiples of four. Okay, sure. Each level has different applicable rewards and utilities and offerings. So what if this is such a dumb question? The idea is to get a lot of people in the community, right? What if someone buys a lot of the credits? What happens then? Because this is a part of buying and selling your way into a community that I think it's early. So we're still learning. But to me, the idea that there would be an aoki versus whale, that just chokes out the community. It seems like a problem that may or may not happen. I think it's difficult to do that because there are whales here, for sure. I mean, there's already one whale that got to black prism, level 6. There's a few level 5s. There's, I think, 5 members that are level 5s. If you look at the floor of the credits, they still are around the same price. I think it's like right when we launched the passports like .1. And I think they may be like, maybe it's a .15. I'm not sure I have to check the floor again. But it's yeah, later on as these credits burn, the floor will decidedly go up. That's for the market to decide that, you know. Right. And the passport itself is an NFT. So can people resell the passport? Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, you could level up because here's the other thing too, is that we're building out a mechanism, and by the way, the dev behind this is manifold. And to me, they're the best dev on web three. Period. You know, they just, like, all the stuff they've done previous to aoki verse with pox pages to polish, which I thought was phenomenal with mad dog Jones, generated project with, you know, everything they've worked on has always been out of the gate something unique. So we kind of launched this with a culmination of a lot of the ideas that already existed and put together, whether it's like, you know, I love the hundreds at a bomb squad, fidget concept because they had their merch company. They're fashion company, right? And I offer the same thing that's why we're doing these drops of my little pony. We're going to Attack on Titan next. And then we're going to be working with other NFT projects and dropping exclusive collapse inside of AO keepers with great projects that to me are blue chip. And you have that aspect. You have what Gary V and V friends have done. I'm building out what VidCon is going to look like, which I'm going to be speaking as well. But I guess my question went to the passports is like, this stuff is all really new. So I'm just thinking of the corner cases, right? Yeah, sure. Of course. What if someone buys all 30,000 credits, and then they turn them into level 6 passports. And then you hold the show and there's 30 people there. That's fine with me. That's fine with you. Okay, because that's a weird outcome, right? It could happen. Okay, so that could happen, but I think there's like 2000 between two to 3000 members. Sure. Of the aoki verse. So that could have happened is not happened. You know? You're right. There's someone that could have done that. But like, for example, I played, I played for gala games. So gala games I played, there are Vegas show, the first Vegas show they did. And I just played in LA and it was like, I think they booked out Doja Cat, Aziz Ansari, but they couldn't make it for some reason, but kings of Leon and myself and, you know, some other DJ friends blau was also clearly like you know who blows..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Let's just start with a very basic philosophical question. This is how I always open up when I talk to younger audiences in high school or middle school. You just ask the question, what is a human being? What is a human being? And they say, well, I'm a human being. Okay, well, what are you? And the inability for young people to answer that question exposes a fault line in our educational system, every parent out there to encourage you to challenge your kids on this every grandparent out there, challenge your grandkids on this. What is a human being? Now to the study of the classics, through literature that has beauty built within it, that answer actually isn't overly complicated, but the answer to the question of what is a human being is one of the most instructive to actually how we view our existence here on earth and most importantly, how do we view our relationship to machines? So one way to answer that we are a human being would be a secular, so it would say atheistic, but I'm not going to even go there. I'm not going to get into that right now. Let's just say a secular answer and very humanistic type answer where they'd say, look, a human being is a collection of cells. Full of impulses and desires, basically you are a creation of beneficial organic chemistry. Basically, you are a beneficiary of chance and error. Now that, of course, will lead you to a belief that if you're nothing more than just a bunch of chemicals bouncing around if you're nothing more than a bunch of impulses, well, then there's really nothing deeper to yourself as a human being. You really know different than a dog, a cat, a rat, but if you understand the human being properly, especially in the western tradition, you believe the human being is a mind, a body, and a soul or a spirit. That term is interchangeable. There's some controversy around, let's just say, soul for the time being. Mind, body, soul. Now the Bible says we're made in the image of God. That would be very similar, kind of almost a carbon copy of the Trinity in one way. But if you have a soul then it changes everything, doesn't it? Because birds don't have souls. Now the environmentalists would argue that we're no different than the birds where the same we came from them, we reject that. We believe that human beings were intelligently designed. We believe that within our existence, there, of course, is the mind that gives us reason the body that allows us to operate in the natural world, but a soul, something that is deeper that is beautiful and is eternal. So human being must be looked at through a proper lens. This is one of the reasons why our education system has done so much damage to our entire country. And so because of this, we now have a false interpretation of what a human being is, therefore, a false interpretation of what gender and sex is, and if a human being is nothing more than, let's say, you won the casino round in the universe, then who's to say that not only can you change your gender, but you could change your species. And the reason why the transgender alphabet mafia people are happily partnering with the tech companies in Silicon Valley is because some of the not so secret but not well publicized projects in Silicon Valley are designed to turn you and merge you into a cyborg. Now drives people crazy. When I say that, but you just look very clearly at this person by the name of Martine rothblatt, quote he she said, there are 5 billion people in the world and 5 billion unique sexual identities. Genitals are irrelevant as to one's role in society and skin tone, hence the legal division of people in the males and females is as wrong as the legal division of people in the black and white races. In the new book, quote virtually human, the promise and peril of digital immorality, she he argues that the progress being made by humans to extend life from penicillin to organ transplants will reach the point where we can be prolonged indefinitely. Futurist ray kurzweil director of engineering at Google shares that belief. There's this idea now of transgenderism but an increasing community in Silicon Valley where a lot of the private equity money is going by the way to trans humanism. If you are nothing more than a bag of bones of nothing more than a chance creation of chemicals, then you're not a soul. Why can't you go merge with a machine?.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"So now he's gonna talk about hormones. He's got products for that too. This guy specializes in everything. He's not run out of things that he can change about your life. We've really got far from the topic of blood though. Well, I feel like blood's always just under the surface. Okay, touche. Yeah, so he's talking about with sex that he's got the supplements and stuff that people don't know about. For example, peptides, people don't know about peptides. People don't know about peptides. They do not. They go way beyond Viagra. Okay, he didn't explain what peptides are so that you would know? No, just people don't know about it. I know about him, okay. I don't feel like he's an educator. I feel like he's a salesman. Yeah, okay, that's fair. In a suit at a conference with crystal healers. But you know, he's part of the makeup. Yeah. So I guess he got his start with hormones looking at hormonal acne. Okay. That's been a big focus of his and in fact he has a book called annihilate acne now naturally. And now he's expanded to helping his clients with 38 different hormones that can help them be a great lover and performer and look great and feel great and if you're using this regimen it's going to influence your relationships, your career. Some people don't want to take off their clothes. And the reason he looks so good is that he understands what it takes with his 7 pillars of health. Oh, okay, three ways to have a female orgasm, but 7 pillars to health, okay? Correct. Is he going to tell you what they are? Is this just another thing he says? And then walks away. Thankfully, he will later show a slide very quickly. And then the young man next to him will ask him to rewind so he can take a picture of the slide. Okay. And I appreciate that young man. It's funny because this does come much later, but let's jump to these 7 pillars. Oh, that's just get them out there. Okay, can I guess a couple? Please do. Okay, number one, eating healthy. Yeah. Is that too broad? A little, but yeah. Super foods. Oh, interesting. Again, you could make a case for it. Okay, okay. Cardiovascular exercise. Hernia vascular exercise. Yes. Okay. All of these are like, you know, just overlapping with the way he states it. Right, okay. Supplements. Yeah, of course. Of course. Water? Not named. Okay. Not a pillar, interesting. Well, you know, it's water. It just goes boosh. Yeah, okay. Avoiding environmental toxins. Oh. Yeah, I'll say that's included in one of these. Okay. And finally, a robust and healthy sex life. Oh, I like it. Yes, yeah, that's included in one. Okay, so very strange pillars and we have kind of a ten commandments problem where on one side he says 7 pillars and then there are 7 items and I write them all down. Uh oh. And then that later list that he quickly goes past 'cause he's over time and the man asked him to go back to is a different list. Oh no. So here's the first list I saw that had 7 items. Okay. Nutrition plants. Hey, almost said nutrition that was like, that's too broad carrot. Yeah. Okay. Nutrition? Plant. Plant? Plant. Okay. Herbs and fitness. Okay. Why not say plant nerves and then fitness? Well, I even say our herbs are already plants. All right. One pillar is herbs and fitness. Okay. At least in this list, detox. Toxins. Hormones? Okay, that's interesting. Sleep? Oh, sleep. Mind love. Okay, that's gotta be the thing I was saying, right? Sure. So that's one, but then he has the more elaborate like longer list of 7 pillars. These are one, mind, connections, intimate love. Okay, that's mind love. Okay. Number two, nutrition sequencing want to lose weight? Okay. And the capitalization on these points is just all over the place. Yeah, yeah. It feels very much like reading Kevin Trudeau's book. There we go. Number three, detox, fiber, spa, lymph, increase energy, question mark? Number four fitness 12 to 60 minutes per day. Firmer body? Question mark? So you said cardio, you know? I'm sure that's part of it. Oh, for sure. Number 5, quality sleep? Circadian delta happy mood? Question mark? Okay. Number 6. Is he asking us at this point? Maybe he wants you to stand up and explain to him. Words on a screen. Yeah. But lots of question marks. Number 6, hormones, peptides, herbs, colon, rejuvenation, question mark. Oh, peptides, people don't know about those. The people don't know about that. Number 7, advanced Therapeutics, live longer, healthier life, question mark? Advanced Therapeutics. Vlogger healthier life question mark. I don't know. I don't know what to do with those pillars, but those are the 7 pillars. Man, advanced Therapeutics is just really he might as well have written the word, et cetera on there. Sure. Yeah. It could be anything. Any action, a person could take. I'm guessing it hints at his whole life extension philosophy. He's really into living a long life. Ray kurzweil, adjacent. Exactly. Yeah, I bet he's a big fan. Ray kurzweil being the transhumanist tube. Wants to live forever as a machine. But is unfortunately aging like everybody else despite all the vitamin C takes. Interesting person though. All right, so you got to join his class. That's how you get in on the 7 pillars of health. You go to 7 pillars coaching dot com and you can also go to slash evaluation to take evaluations. Yeah, I haven't done it yet. Oh, I want to do it. Yeah, we should do it. The quiz..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"When I was in medical school, I was watching this TV show on long lived sea life. And I was saying, well, if they could live like hundreds of years, why can't we? And I remember the moment in time I said it's either a hardware problem or a software problem. And we're going to be able to fix it. Well, that time I believe is now. It's the next few decades. And it turns out that we were never engineered to live past age 30. We would go into puberty at age 12 or 13 before birth control, we'd be pregnant by age 13 or 14. And then by the time you were 27, 28, 29 years old, your baby was having a baby. And if you wanted to perpetuate the human species, the worst thing you could do was to eat the food that was going to go to your grandchildren because they died. And ultimately, we were not intended to live past age 30, we would die, give the food supplied to our next generation. And so none of the factors that we're seeing in terms of dysregulation, loss of optimization of our hormones, growth factors, all of these things. You know, we dysregulate after the age of 30, we see this plummeting of the stem cell population stem cell exhaustion of the body because it was never selected against. And what we're trying to do now by instead of darwinism, this is evolution by human intelligence. We're trying to change the clocks and change the factors and add them back in and get us back to optimal state of what we were like in our 20s and 30s. And we're doing it by supplementation. Soon we'll be doing it using gene therapies and CRISPR, but the idea that there's some magic limitation that we can't overcome, I don't believe it. I do believe we're going to be able to add many decades, perhaps centuries onto our life. And that brings up a different question, which is most people do not have a full life living to age 65 or 70 in terms of fulfillment. And so the real question is, what do you do when life is no longer scarce? Because scarcity does create some sense of value, right? I want to take advantage of what's here. And you know, there's an old Twilight Zone piece that actually ray kurzweil told me about decades ago. And it goes like this. It's a man who dies and he goes to have an intercourse. He's a gambler, so having his Vegas. And where does he find himself at the top of the number one hotel? He's in the presidential suite. He opens up the drawers and the cupboards and everything and he has brand new suits and jewelry puts it on..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Terms of what you've explained here. Well, different people talk about different things, but at a certain point in exponential curves. You end up on a vertical curve where kind of all things become possible at almost an exponential rate. So it's impossible to imagine. And so the ray kurzweil singularity thesis says sometime around 20, 37, 2040, we will reach that point where we have AGI. So some form of AI that is almost semi aware or applied neural networks that are close indistinguishable enough. That we'll have full access to material science nanotech nano assemblers, so we'll be able to conduct and create buildings objects program our reality with robots. And we will have full access to biotechnology. So we'll be able to do that at a nanoscale level inside of your body. So genetic immortality, reprogramming our bodies, reprogramming organs, reprogram our environment. And so when you end up in this type of world, there's some sci-fi writers, like Corey doctor row, who wrote down and out in the Magic Kingdom about this world where everything is possible. So what do you actually build money around or an economy around? And he contemplated something called woofy, which was this social capital, which was essentially your karma score. So if you were an asshole all day and everyone has brain computer interfaces and if you were an asshole and everyone determined you to be an asshole, you could come home and find out that your apartment was 80% smaller because nano assemblers have given up taking away your right to space. Very Black Mirror. Oh, it's fascinating. So we were playing around with the idea of what if we could build a karma society pay it forward random acts of kindness based off gift culture. And so that was a koa. It was fun, but I missed a few things. But I was also very active in investing in companies. So I invested in a bunch of startups, started playing the role of VC. Fast forward kind of 2009, 2010. Went through a bad breakup with my then time fiance. I just had been to work obsessed..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Mind Pump

"You're going this direction, because I just finished watching Patrick bet David, interview and the guys name is going to slip me, but Bill Gates, Elon Musk, this is the dude. This is who they have read all his stuff. He's got a number one selling book on AI. They had an interview, and he was talking all about ray kurzweil, was it? No, maybe no, you can look up, look up Patrick bet David, AI interview and it'll pop him up, bald guy glasses, but really interesting because he said some stupid honest neither one of them. He was talking about the capabilities that I mean, it's kind of limitless. It seems so crazy for us right now, but it's kind of limitless what we can potentially program and everything down to feelings and consciousness. So that's a different question, right? That question is what is consciousness, but if we still can't define, but forget that for a second. I think we can all agree that humans are consciousness or we have some kind of consciousness. And it's our collective observation that's creating our reality. Okay, so what does this tied to this meta universe that we're talking about? Think of it this way. You're playing Grand Theft Auto, right? You're walking through a neighborhood. As the character that you're playing, the avatar that you're playing is walking through the neighborhood, the video game is creating the reality as you're moving through. But if you're not moving through the reality, if you're not moving through as a character, all of that is in the game as a potential. It only appeared, in other words, you're walking through Minecraft, the tree appears over here. It's only because you're walking through the video game with your avatar. If you're not doing anything, it doesn't reveal itself. It really hasn't necessarily been created. It's in the game in this kind of potential. Does that make sense? So if you think of it that way, it's kind of like we're in a game, right? Where it's our observation that creates that reality. Otherwise it's like, and then here take it a step further. I know this is totally a weird conversation. I wish you would have told me we were going here. I would have totally smoked. No, no, I'm gonna stop in just a second. But before we lose everybody. So the Big Bang, right? The scientists agree that oh, there was a Big Bang at one point, all of the matter of the universe was in this one infinitely small point and then it exploded and expanded and it's expanding faster and faster and blah, blah. What if that's when the game got turned on? That's when the switch went on. Boom, and you had this explosion of matter and then consciousness created this electron. Isn't it kind of what it looks like if we shut off our off road, what it looks like? Yeah, it goes down to this little tiny. It does. If you shut one of these screens off, that's exactly what it does. It dissolves into this tiny little point. Yeah, 'cause we're all basically light particles, you know? At the end of the day. I mean, this melts my mind to think about..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

"It never heard of a thing called a fair day cage absolutely okay. Well the first thing. I either doing the building faraday cages around themselves so when emp hits just bounces off of their their faraday cage and then they only have to be in it for one second and then they come out and ready to roll and they'll have battery backups. A nuclear batteries and they'll be able to move on just fine and They will they will survive any impe attack better than we will probably and that's just that's just the start of things So let's assume lobby a is have already set themselves up and they're going to be protected so now the grids gone and the i for their you would think they'd be handicapped. No just the opposite. They're actually much better shape than we are All of our infrastructure is gone. Their infrastructure is untouched so they are able to communicate with one another. We can't They have found a way of getting around a lot of the problems that we should be working on the only communication you'll have running after. Emp attack is ham radio. And they've him. Radios would have to have their own independent fire stores. You know gas generator something. That was in a faraday. Cages survived or bunker And how does the ham radio operate it. Use the atmosphere of the planet to ricochet off of it to Talk to people so as long as you've got career you've got ham radio that'd be the only thing that it'd be operan communication but also the the i will be using that as well But if they i force should take out the grid. They're not handicapping themselves at all. They're putting us up to disadvantage because we're so Dependent on that grid. I mean think about. There's nothing you can do all your food going. Your water's going you sanitation. Can you imagine three hundred and fifty million people dying states you can't flush commode imagine how bad that's going to get real quick a problem. That's right well i want. I wanna go back a little bit that. I don't know that we're going to. I don't know if we can go back at this point but let me do my best. I want to go back to something that i remember. I spoke with Richard dolan who we both obviously now several years ago in an interview. We were talking about this very subject and obviously even a few short years the A itself as well. As our knowledge of it i think his advanced exponentially. But here's something that i quoted to him. I'm going to quote to you. That was set by ray kurzweil. We know who he is. The big proponent of the singularity at trans humanism al he said a david and a two thousand and one wired magazine article he says quote things are going to move were speaking about..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

"And if we this this accelerated a while i was i've been reading about and listening to ray kurzweil and he talks about how we double information used to take else two thousand years and it was five hundred and it was fifty now. It's like twenty minutes doubling information. I'm exaggerating but it's so fast and there's so much Going on that this idea that we're going to somehow Almost meld with technology. In a way that you will you won't be able to see much of a difference. According to some of these people that are talking about or between humans and computers essentially or artificial intelligence. Or whatever thing is going to happen and the ideas that it's somehow Going going to improve us. And what does that you know like what do you how do we need to be improved is it. Is it less work more money Longer lifespan better health. I guess those are sort of the things we we think about. Okay well let's step back a little and talk about since you brought up ray kurzweil He's been talking about this thing that he kind of coined the term singularity for a couple of decades. At least yeah Pregnant back in the nineties so if we look way back in in res life He made a name for himself. Doing speech stuff like artificial speech way back. When you know computers were just microprocessors. Were just becoming a thing. And it's good to remember like if we go back to nineteen sixty nineteen eight. Which isn't that long ago. That's four years ago. The microprocessor had just come out and it had about two thousand transistors on a chick rate. This is the very first microprocessors and that was a miracle rate. Two thousand transistors on a chip my unheard of right. It was unheard of and it was an eight bit really primitive microprocessor. But you could a normal human being could go to radio shack and could buy one of those chips for three hundred dollars and you were holding in your hand computer and that was a miracle. It was unbelievable that you could do it. And ray is in that environment rays of the same cloth as a dean cayman. For example dean came in being the inventor of the segway and a whole bunch of cool robotic stuff ray in dean and really elon. Musk only elon. Musk is working at a much higher level. But they're all visionaries they're all technologists. They're all able to think outside the box. And so ray comes up with this concept of the singularity because that two thousand transistor chip became four thousand in four thousand became eight thousand eight thousand and now we have chips with their chips with tens of billions of transistors on the now that do unbelievable. Things like the chip. Here's like here's a cheap apple phones but.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"Okay so i think that for me in. did you have another one. You want to jump in with or or should. I just go mclean site. I have no idea about the other one and this is this is maybe slightly more long-term maybe not in the next year or two but i think it will become in the next five years. I envisioned this being a much. Bigger thing is as a lot of us now me you and a ton of people that we both know are raising our kids begin. And i think that that really wasn't obviously. There were some people who have been vegan their whole life who were much much older than our kids. And but i think that it's much more accepted now to raise kids on a plant based diet and then once they become a little bit older once they become teenagers once they become Going to high school and everything it's going to be so much more normalized for them and their peer communities that they're gonna grow up a world where veganism is just kind of a thing and like not a fringe thing but just part of their life. And i think that that is going to be a huge shift in the in the communal psyche around. Veganism what do you think. Yeah i think. I think that is a really good point. Yeah i mean the the most of the people who eat a plant based these days. I have no idea what the percentage is. But you gotta imagine it's ninety five percent. We're not ray born and raised that way right and so now imagine by what factor. The number of kids raised is compared to what it would have been our generation. I mean it must. It must be twenty times as many of. I don't know but it just it just not even a strange thing whereas i knew zero vegan vegetarian kids when i grew up not one. Yeah so that you're right that that's a huge thing. that's that's and it's a very deep kind of mindset level thing which is not which is more meaningful. I think than someone who goes vegetarian or vegan. If this documentary because that doesn't typically last but somebody who's raised that way that's much different than someone who it's like. It's like a fish grownup mortar. They don't realize they're in it. It just it just affects everything about their life. And that's that's how that's going to be. That's a really good point. And yeah and even if they don't stay right you know even if they didn't they still have this a they've grown up with that mindset around the plant based movement and veganism and their friends have done that too. I mean you know. All of her friends of my. You know my older daughter's friends for the most part no that she's she's vn and and some of them don't eat dairy and it's not a thing and like i don't know i just think that there's going be a whole generation of kids that are now growing up with with understanding what plant based vegan vegan diet is and when they get a little bit older. It's going to completely change the conversation. Yeah all right. So i do wanna talk to you about any obstacles. That are dexterous. We've only we've only cited positive things and maybe that's the path we're on and maybe that's why inevitably but here's what i. I have not really discussed with anyone and only kind of thought just now. So it's not not exactly tested or vetted but like we we talk about plant based food as if it is sort of a static thing like we've got all these beyond burgers now and like now. What does he get people to eat them. And they're and they're good. But how can we don't talk about like the improvements to the food the plant based food or the the closeness with which they can replicate the real thing and not quite going to the lab grown meat conversation here yet but like that's that's certainly a you know one one specific example of this you know like with all technological changes that moore's law technology whatever doubles every what is it two years to half seven years. I remember but just you huge exponential growth rate and. I've also heard people talk about who are like futurist types. Who have said. I think they've been ray kurzweil. Who wrote this that when you're making guesses about the future if they're not like completely outlandish and this know he's talking about the distant future but the same goes for any scale you want it just the scale the amount of outlandishness because guess about the future isn't in many ways ridiculous to and laughed. Then there's a you know it's not gonna be right because when you look at the past two hundred years like the changes that happened in the next fifty like you know there are things that no one could have imagined that that would possibly happen because it's just too far out there. It's really good. Yes so to imagine then that you know in the next decade. we're not gonna have plant based foods that are like indistinguishable like what if what if we get to this point. Where it's it's you go in the grocery store and you don't actually know which one you're buying because they're so similar and it doesn't matter to anyone except for like you know the niche food purist who insist on certain types of beef for whatever reason because it's just there's something about it you with your Analog records you think listening vinyls better than listening to cds like that person still might insist on the beef and they're gonna pay a lot more for it but like i. I don't think it's unlikely that that not all that long. Now we're going to be in that situation where it's it's exactly what you want and perhaps the way to get there is this. Is this lab grown meat thing. Which is i know a different thing. And then there's the whole that's not exactly vegan vegan since because it requires the t. cells t cells from the animals at first. But that doesn't make it any less a solution to so many of the problems that we're talking about So yeah i just. I don't know it seems silly to talk about that without thinking that intended fifteen years it's just going to be indistinguishable foods and.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To the future tonight. The numbers to call 5032508 65 032508 60, The planetary. New World order. People have been talking about it for years. The new World Order is coming, They say the new World Order the New World Order's coming Now it seems to be closer interview than ever before. But the new World order regimes so many people have been talking about over the years. It's not going to be a republic or a monarchy or democracy. Uh, it may not even be communist or capitalist. You said it's gonna be a technocracy. Sure there's going to be socialism and other forms of government will be hiding behind the technocracy, but the technocracy itself. He's a system that eliminates individual liberty under the pretext of environmentalism. And economic efficiency dominated, ruled by elitist technocrats and actually machines, robots, cyborgs people who have decided they want to be more like machines and short. Scientific extent, scientific dictatorship. You're you know, at the moment they're telling us to listen to the science. The science is that listen to science. This dust sites that son the science, they're talking about the science. His little experts that they want to use or prop up to create a scientific dictatorship. The machinery for this monstrosity is being put in place now. Rollout happened back in 2018. But of course, is the years progress. We start seeing more and more that these machines and a scientific dictatorship is taking hold right now. Okay? So Right now, in America, the technology that credit grip is getting even stronger. I mean, what we're putting into power now. Well, who we've elected this president now? Is not going to be the one to usher in the technocracy. No. The technocracy comes later comes later after the reset, Okay, because there's always been this It's slow. Disclosure this gradualism that they introduce you to whether it be a gradualism into socialism or gradualist way of getting into communism or a gradualist way to get some form of government that it appears to be like socialism or state socialism. And then what they do is they tell you you can be replaced by a machine or you can adapt by being a part off the network within the machine. So what you're looking at is you're looking at a world But in the future will be indistinguishable. For magic. You'll be seeing things. They re so magical you're going this can't be true. Like you're hearing about deep fakes. You're hearing about all these other things? Yes, A lot of things cannot be true. A lot of things. This virtual reality is going to become real time And you're nothing. People tell the truth. From what is fake, and that's the thing is that one of the things that's most interesting about that kind of idea is that even though it could be faked The brain does not know the difference. So if it's good enough fake and no one tells you, it's fake. Then the brain registers it as being truth. And that is why we're finding would just the simple amount of me magic on the Internet, You know, putting something out there? That's a mean that millions of people, thousands of people, whole groups of people. Believe what's in the MIM far more than believing what the truth is. Especially now, when we're in the midst of this, this confusion after the election, the confusion we're in right now over you know whether or not we're losing our country and whether or not we're losing Something in America. See all the lockdowns we're getting is used to the idea. That you know we're going to be dependent. On the Internet, the Internet of things, that's all but see, That's the thing Are you ready? For a reset where you surrender. Your physical autonomy because that's that's the big question. Is, you know, physical autonomy will be surrendered. And a lot of things will A lot of things will be based in environmentalism and nature. And they'll say Well, in order for us proof, improve nature. We have to build a better way. Doing this? That means war machines. That means Technologies. That means you know, that's how we get the jobs right? They said. Well, you know, if we have a green economy, we can have more jobs. Why? Because we create more technology. And more ways to somehow circumvent what would be the end. I guess this this ended, they see is like, you know, you heard what AOC said. She said we're gonna see the world and in years Well, that's because that's what they want you to think. Because if they can get you to be afraid, Then they can say, Well, here's the deal. If you don't want fear anymore If you want all your fears, tranquilizer, good. All of your problems taken care of for you. You want all your money situations? Taken care of for you Just do what you're told. Follow the rules. And, Oh, here's something else. We can give you virtual reality. We can give you your escape mechanisms. We can give you all the things you need, and you won't have to do anything. Except do what you're told. Okay, And that's the thing is that there are So many things rolling out right now. As I say useful model cellular culture systems. For laboratory investigations for war and for your lifestyle. And the hype. Is all about the brain. The hype is all about make your brain better. Expand your horizons here. The technological singularity. Remember Ray Kurzweil, the guy who's the trans humanist in the trans humanist ideas. Say the technological singularity. Which is the hypothetical future emergence of a greater than human intelligence based on computer systems. Is coming, but it's not gonna be here for another 30 years, they say, but then again with the exponential I mean, it's something called Moore's law, where The ever increasing power of computers based on ever increasing chip density. Happens inevitably and it continues, continues and continues exponentially until we exceed The intelligence of the human brain. We exceed the speeds of human break. That's the singularity, and it's gonna take a while for it to get there. But then again, Kurtz file was basically relying on straightforward projection and seeing improvements in computers and computer and software and technology. He didn't envision any radical transformation in computing techniques themselves and see this is where we see the evolution see because, while others have argued the curse, while understated, the technical challenges, especially regarding the South were needed to replicate human cognition. Even today. We're seeing systems.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Pantheon

"Only god is literally of the you know. And and i want to jimmy's first musical partners. Yeah and and he's the you know a lot of ways. The last man standing yam. Yeah on in our mean even though with all respect humor and your dorado mean they were part of the last kind of thing but ability was there for the whole evolution and kaplan sixty one on. Yeah yeah and and i think he deserves recognition on a just a massive level. Because you know he still plays plays great. Great sings great and You know as a couple of those guys. I mean buddy guy comes to mind. He's still out there. I mean other than you know. The troubles of twenty twenty Not being able to perform a. You know the you've been out there every day Guy was the youngest right buddy. I'm was not the of the of the he was the whipper snappers house right. Yeah infantile ridley. Allison if aren't terribly yes. Yes yes the terrible youth and they complained about in played too many notes. he's and and And he's become you know he's he's he's become you know the jet. I master the other. You know living blues guys you know. They're they're only a handful left real of the And well it's not just that i mean uh those classic rock guys that next generation are all gone that original class. You know the you know elvis jock little richer. Now one man standing jerry lewis and you know he's he's really up there so so we'll you know it's going to be a day when all gonna be gone. You know like mortal well. We all are. Music is immortal but now mark. The music is immortal right. I would make make snarky comment about ray kurzweil. But i won't do. It adds to taken away the humanity is. That's a bit but you know. I mean he's oh that's right. He wants to. He wants to isis brain. Or something you know. i mean he's he's somewhat quixotic. Figure i mean he knows that the singularity is right the singer he knows the singularity is achievable. And he's right there and and just got to live long enough. You know for the download right. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I don't know he'll make still. I still think we're about twenty to fifty years away before we're probably we'll probably fifty to one hundred years away. I mean.

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The future about the vaccine and about some of the findings he has now. Went over that paper that you said the paper that you referred to before the break, and I was very surprised that no one has brought to the attention of the media or anyone else. The fact that these scientists were looking at the diagnostics, the genomic signal processing all these things for the system that they found that there was proteins of H G h i V one In the genome, and they've been intentionally introduced into the stars. Kobe to Gino, meaning that this is some sort of genetically altered. I guess you could say contagion. Once again, pointing to the idea that it's zey technology more so than a virus. Could you give more information as to what your discoveries were while reading these papers? Absolutely the purpose behind the four inserts of HIV genomic sequences. They're very short strands. Is what is described in the literature as gain of function. They enhance The ability of the virus to spread. Specifically, they enhanced the ability for Coded Virus itself, Covert 19. To enter into the new Kilis. Of the cell. And permanently alter. The DNI a of what is referred to as the host cell. DNA's a Translated. The vaccine will change a human's DNA's A. Once they take it, it will immediately begin changing the DNI in every cell throughout the body. So changing the DNI a of every cell in the body. What would be the purpose for this? I mean, are they trying to turn us into hybrids of some kind? Or they are the introducing us into the trans humanism family. What exactly is the is the purpose here? Spot on they want to convert us into a hybrid race. It is the trans humanist agenda. It is not the uploading of our consciousness, as typically Ray Kurzweil from Google will present the uploading digital digitization of our minds if you will into a computer. It is a biological process of creating and erase of beings. Now, when we look at this from a Christian perspective within the context of the mark of the Beast from Revelation. 13 verse 17. We're talking about What is Satan school When this And that is the damnation of souls. Condemning of souls to hell for all eternity. Because God does not recognize these canisters. Scriptural God does not recognize the Edna that has been modified as his original design. Okay, so the purpose is to modify the didna. Which results in God, not recognizing which means that then a person not recognized not having the seal of God on their forehead. That they are then cut off from God. So it is the destruction of the soul, In essence of what we're talking about, Certainly when you're rearranging the DNI A and you're making something that's beyond human. Something would be called a. You know, something would be trans humanist form. You are not the original. Yes, creation of God. And so what they do is they have to bring something or introduce something into the system. You were talking about the quantum dots, which from what I understand, and I did some research on that as well that there have been some patents that have been issued on the quantum dot Uh, I guess you could call B inoculation of the quantum dot vaccine and the numbers are very interesting about these patents. Could you give us a name for some information about the numbers of the patents? We have a patent with the international publication number of W 0 2020. Flash 060606 a one This was issued to Microsoft. 666 And this is the micro needle or a structure that was introduced is a patent and it's and it's 666. Well, the micro needle raise it is a second Hatton. Okay, that and that number is w 0 2019 slash 018301, a one That's the micro needle right past now. I want to give credit to my wife. Because she is the one who made the initial discovery. About the micro needle array being the Delivery system for this coming vaccine. Not initially, it will be a syringe and hypothermic needle. But the final the final delivery that will result in the changing of a person's didna will be delivered by the micro needle or a patch. That's the pattern. I decided the one was 666 in it. Is one in which a person is Communicating by way of the quantum dots through the cloud. Into the beast system, making this the control mechanism, making them basically inaugurated or introduced into you. Like you said, a cloud of some kind or some sort of configuration matrix configuration. Where are all Once again just bits and and numbers in a system And that number of course, is 666, right? They're connected into the Blockchain system. Blockchain was developed the distributed ledger system Everybody is familiar with from crypto currencies. Cryptocurrencies Were developed to leverage human greed. This in order to build out the infrastructure of the beast system known as Blockchain. Yes, this is what the quantum dots will link people into and is the control mechanism of No man made by yourself. If he does not take the mark of the beast. I have said many times on this program that the Blockchain itself seems to be a thinking..

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"ray kurzweil" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"ray kurzweil" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ray Kurzweil told me because I said to him in 2010 or 11, I said Well, where the ethicists where they and he's like land. None of those things are gonna happen. And I'm like, really, Wow. They've all happened. They will happened. They've all happened and more than we even envision, right. And so, Ah, And now these guys who were the ethicists and were the people that did the like button and everything else. Now they're coming out and saying there is no free will You don't know how you have been shaped. You don't know what choice is yours. And what choice has been just put in front of you, and I thought they did a really good job of showing how the algorithm works. With the three guys in the control room. Really good now. It made a really big impression on my kids. It was Sunday night that we watched it. And so I said, And tomorrow we're going to discuss this and we're gonna end. So last night we sat down at The dinner table. It was a huge mistake because they had 24 hours to think about it. And they both were like Dad. I mean, is scary for people like you because you didn't grow up in this, But we've grown up with this our whole lives. So this is normal to us, and I'm like Oh, I remember when I was 14. It doesn't work, and I said, you know, we started talking about free will and they are just at a place to wear, and this is why they don't make the decisions. They're just a place to where They're fine with that, because they don't see the really problem when you get so twisted into the matrix that you don't even know what's reality anymore. You don't even know who you are. You've been shaped That's a problem. That's a really problem. They're goingto pretty good in depth. Ah, discussions about how they control us How Google manipulates us now and not just Google. But all the platforms stuff where they they are figuring out how to get you back online. Amazing. Amazing. Amazing when you when your kid puts down their phone for awhile, what they do to send you alerts and make your phone buzzer. Ding. To get you engaged again is Absolutely incredible stuff that I don't think anybody ever thought ofthe. Know you'd never consider that. No, I never thought about the swipe down and you know the and Yulia refreshing things. Yeah, I never thought of it. They explained that as like a lottery. I mean, Ah Ah. Moti Column Casino. Jackpot. What? Yes, the slot machines where they said, you know that somewhere you are refreshing. And let's say you're doing your mail or twitter or something like that, and you pull it down and the wheel spins and the new things load sometimes. They said that gives you a feeling of a casino. Yeah, and the dopamine hit. Correct that Simon wants his face talking. Yeah, I mean, that's amazing. It is. That is absolutely amazing. Now the other thing on Netflix is cuties. And As much as I don't want to cancel Netflix. I think I have Tio. Yeah, me too. Me too. My wife. We were talking about it talking about the show as a family because none of us have obviously seen it. But I saw the I got through about 10 seconds of the trailer and thought I can't watch this. This is Despicable. It's absolutely disgusting and filthy. And so when my wife heard about it, she said, Well, we've gotta cancel Netflix, then. And at first I said, Let's not good. I mean, I don't know about that way. We can be upset about it. But let's keep sending the money. Let's get angry, but I don't want to live life without Netflix. Well by the next day, I kind of hit me. No, she's right. We've got to get rid of it. And so she's canceling it this week. I went out today. She might be doing it today. She might ashes. She's probably watching the rest of that serious. She was conflict. That's what's happened. She actually it's not much of Ah, sacrifice for, don't you? He never watches it to him. Yes. Yes, they've got discipline. Oh, my wife is always like we can't watch this series and I'm like, spend their free time wisely. I don't like you that I don't I don't stomping so smart. Okay, stop it. We just want to live like dogs. We're fine with that. But one thing is.

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