Wednesday, 26 October 2016


amanfromMars said... replying to a comment from Casey Evans on
The law of the jungle is the only one to really worry about, CE. And it takes no prisoners. Crimes are for noobies who know not the Great Game and Greater IntelAIgent Games to be played and won without fails. And to imagine the future to be like present with its roots in the past is to not know the power of imagination to realise all that one perceives to have been of consequence and would be lingering.
26 October 2016 at 19:21


Casey Evans said...

RE:" Crimes are for noobies"

Well thank god be agree on something.

amanfromMars said...

Can we also agree, CE, on Global Operating Devices being responsible and accountable for the ..... well, a singularity of thought springs to mind.

Without the cyber command and creative control/virtual power and imaginative energy of machines, where on Earth would one be, other than somewhere with everything natural.

And the square of that circle is that humanity is living a quite alien artificially formed existence on a planet controlled and in the control of spin machines/tall tale merchants/hot media manufacturers ...... silver tongued devils gone freelancer renegade rogue?

And that, Casey E, to both that and those in the know who are able to enable and can, is a heavenly pursuit of a pastime priming the support and crashing and crushing of Live Operational Virtual Environments ..... aka Earthly Realities.

amanfromMars said...

And here be an interesting flow chart for you to consider .......

And how things are being badly manipulated is starting to cause rising concern and a wider blowback against the failures being presented as progress into the future? …… “The algorithms must be made public, so that one can inform oneself as an interested citizen on questions like: what influences my behavior on the internet and that of others?" said Merkel during a media conference in Berlin on Tuesday cited by RT.

What she said next echoed similar complaints lobbed at the media giants by those considered less than mainstream: "These algorithms, when they are not transparent, can lead to a distortion of our perception, they narrow our breadth of information.”