Re: Constraints of the singualrity

Hara Ra (
Mon, 20 Oct 1997 22:12:14 -0700 wrote:

> But then again, maybe that may show exponential growth as well (the
> underlying equations), which would
> add an exponential curve on top of the exponential curve already in place,
> making faster computing power more advanced in a much shorter time than we
> expected!

But still a monotonically rising function, does not go to infinity
within a finite interval....Try a tangent instead...

> Like with using alternative computing resources such as using
> brain cells to hold storage (hold storage or compute? i think both), actually
> evolving our computers into the bio-spectrum.

(sigh) Please read Nanosystems by Drexler. Please...
> Im with you, but unknowable future beings are whats going to create our
> future, so we are really limited if we dont make some predictions, or
> extrapolations. I think you would be interested in Terrence McKenna's
> Timewave Theory, where he has a map of time and explains that all of history
> is an ingression of exponential novelty towards a point, and that point has
> repercussions back in time. His proposed end date: dec 21, 2012. That is
> the same end date as the Mayan calendar, and he says that he came to the end
> date without the knowledge of the mayan end date, that must have been a shock
> for hime to discover that Mayan information. The Mayans were great
> astromer/astrologers, who knew that the earth was round long before anyone
> else did, and lots of other stuff. Check out TM's homepage on the web:
I happen to know the person who actually wrote the Timewave Zero
software. The basis of this software came from interviewing Terence
McKenna, who had a visionary set of experiences in the Amazon regarding
hexagrams in the I Ching. It coincidentally fits with Arguelles' visions
of the Mayan Calendar, but there is no direct connection. And! NOT
EXTROPIAN THINKING! definitely not! I looked up the "Harmonic
Convergence" (in 1987 if any of you remember). TW Zero came up with
nothing, null, nil of interest for that day.

Anyway, TWZero is an example of true psychoceramics and has no
scientific basis at all...

> All of matter is composed of one electron moving back and forth in time from
> the beginning of time (big bang) to the end of time (2012 zero date). but im
> not sure how he takes into account the positrons, perhaps they are the
> electrons moving back in time, or rather THE electron. I wonder what
> determines where in the universe the electron manifests itself after each
> round it makes. Any thoughts? Also, are electrons the same as the subatomic
> elements of neutrons and protons? If not, what are the similarities and
> differences?

Richard Feynman came up with it first, and uses the idea well, in what
are known as "Feynman Diagrams". More reading to do....

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