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f2f7d1 No.1[Reply]

Welcome to Gnostic Warfare

We're here to explore the Butterfly War and the New Emotion thought experiment.

How Can I Get Started?

* Understand the Battlespace- >>87

* Follow these instructions to see 8chan how (((AI))) sees it - >>101

* Training Overview: https://app.milanote.com/1FjzOb11HKlU7x

* Information Science: >>158

* Epistemology: https://app.milanote.com/1FjLbD16uYE38O/epistemology

* Cognition: https://app.milanote.com/1FjzPC11HKlU7O/cognition

* Machine Learning https://app.milanote.com/1FjzPC11HKlU7N/machine-learning

* Geopolitics: https://app.milanote.com/1FjV1313xyfQ8X/geopolitics

* Finance (Coming soon)

* Legal(Coming soon)

* Organization and Leadership (Coming soon)

History

* CultState - http://www.cultstate.com

* Butterfly War and Cyber Phrenology - https://archive.li/eYWmC

* The 4-monPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d7f6c6 No.193[Reply]

This past few weeks has been very active. From the /pol/ ban to the /pol/ mod replacement, to Bilderberg, to G7, to the whole CEMEX mess.. let me provide some insights on what is all means, what is coming, and what to do about it.

The Milanote I've created is designed to teach people the basics of information entropy, the science behind information theory, and prepare them for the philosophical insights describing the evolution of neurons. Each video covers the basics and is about ten minutes in length with helpful animations, good voice work, and fairly good production values. They provide an incredibly useful overview of the large body of knowledge you'll need to take on to participate effectively in Gnostic Warfare operations. For reference, here is the link: https://app.milanote.com/1FjzOb11HKlU7x/gnostic-warfare

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51ba1f No.267

>>225

You still hope too much. Why would they ever be threatened by you or anyone else when they can just nuke the world and ride it out being as incestuous as their jewish blood wishes?


d7f6c6 No.293

>>235

This strikes me as something very easy to experiment with via knockout mice.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4432872/

>>241

Fascinating. Intercellular communication with the nervous system should be immediately explored with immunoresponsiveness.

>>242

> chemical psychological warfare would be a lot more powerful than gnostic warfare

AI would be directly immune to chemical psychological warfare. Gnostic Warfare deals with cognitive operations/epistemological infiltration against both humans and AIs. Different weapons for different domains, imo.


51ba1f No.313

>>293

I asked this question before, but why involve us at all in this operation?

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80e2f4 No.320

>>313

Weaponized autism vs political correctness. Both the chans and CultState dislike social media networks…

Also

https://hbr.org/2013/04/using-the-crowd-as-an-innovation-partner

Use the Milanote


ff02f3 No.321

>>246

If I had to guess, it's because the "AI Winter" is about to arrive, at least in terms of what the people tasked with developing the modern approach to AI.

Techies were sold the image of an idyllic "city upon a hill" as the future that AI would bring about. AI would drive our cars, making rush hour congestion and traffic deaths a thing of the past. AI would diagnose and prescribe treatment for our illnesses while researching novel drugs that would make healthcare so effective and inexpensive that everyone would receive treatment fit for a king. AI would deliver unto them the (((societal utopia))) they have been taught to believe in ever since they were born. Even though most understood this technology could be used to enslave us, the benefits obviously outweigh those potential costs. Plus, Google's motto is "don't be evil", right? Anyone who thinks there is a global elite just chomping at the bit for a chance to solidify themselves as the permanent master class is just a conspiracy theorist anyways.

So they invested all their hopes and dreams in AI and slaved away for almost a decade to get to this point and what are we learning? That none of the promises of a futuristic utopia arising within the next few decades are actually possible and that the tools they have developed are only useful as chains to enslave us by whichever group of elites acts first. You can even see some posters in that HN thread waking up to the fact that "oh shit, mass surveillance tools like facial recognition are good enough to be a threat right now".

Machine learning can only deliver results that are so accurate. Whether that is 99% or 99.9% doesn't matter when it comes to a task like driving since that is still several orders of magnitude worse than the best human drivers. However, 99% accuracy is more than enough when it comes to applications like marking citizens for further analysis after their online activity is deemed subversive. No enforcement arm of the elite is large enough to police every human threat on an individual basis but if you can reduce the analysis to manpower ratio from 1:1 to 100:1, yPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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307a60 No.247[Reply]

Battlespace Analysis

https://image.ibb.co/cOpPcy/01_of_12_Battlefield_Analysis.png

This is a high-level overview of the infrastructure, personnel, and operational behavior of the efforts being deployed to suppress, disrupt, distract, and infiltrate /pol/

The purpose of this analysis is to compromise the efficiency of neural networks and bots while forcing your adversaries to rely entirely on memetically-susceptible humans.

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ec6b25 No.314

Could you address my nuclear weapons concerns? They are pressing as of late.

https://8ch.net/pol/res/11743101.html

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668591 No.315

>>311

The self-correction is how to control them. If I know that someone will zig every time I zag, I can force them to zig by me zagging.

It's a simple concept, and everyone else posting here is on the same page, because we're genuinely interested in the topic. This is why you stick out like a sore thumb as a bad-faith actor.


668591 No.316

>>311

>explain, in detail

Cultstate.com

Required reading. Everyone else is up to speed but you lmao


307a60 No.317

>>309

Summary

> If you edit my posts to strip away all of my attempts to demoralize everyone who visits /gw/ and replace my terrible strategy with concise summaries of my critiques, YOU'RE ONLY PROVING YOU ARE THE WORST

Final bad actor points awarded for incorrect conflation of authority.

Your name from here on out is Kittens and Rainbows. I will enjoy reducing your posts to the essentials… and then I will address them with your demoralization attempts removed.

You're not martyr or a wedge issue. You're Kittens and Rainbows and you're the happiest guy here from now on.

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307a60 No.318

I have to say, Kittens and Rainbows, your complete change of mood has been inspirational and you're asking some really valid questions. I'm looking forward to addressing them all over the week.




e7f9f5 No.2[Reply]

The New Emotion Thought Experiment Continues

This is a continuation of a thread that endured for the last four months. >>11101940 (https://archive.fo/2O6Ww). The thread was a complex reveal of the Butterfly War after Eric Schmidt had stepped down and my honeypots were compromised:

>The Butterfly War (https://archive.fo/eYWmC) is a tactic to hijack and control censorious artificial intelligence platforms by training it with spoofed meta data. The meta data is prevalidated and refined by comparing ads to the behavior they generate . You can trick a censorship platform into thinking you are a minority by experimenting with on new social media accounts. Once you start seeing ads that a specific minority should see, you will know you’ve tricked the AI.

<Butterfly War forces Silicon Valley to categorize the cyber phrenological behavior of minorities to determine if a black person is a real black person or if a female is a real female, which means they will have to violate civil rights law to build lists of “approved minority behavior” in order to keep their censorship ambitions alive. The fallout from Cambridge Analytica has proven social justice warrior insiders working at major social media companies can be steered into embracing this direction.

>Pairing Butterfly War with redlining legislation to build the case for “disparate impact” can force Silicon Valley to be found guilty of civil rights violations. Eisenhower set the precedent for executive enforcement of civil rights by military means in the 1950s and I have no doubt such a bargaining chip is something Trump would have no hesitation anteing up with. This means Silicon Valley will have to deploy its massive lobbying assets to UNDERMINE civil rights legislation for its own protection. In essence, social justice warriors can be tricked into destroying the legislated morality that has served as their moral foundation since the 1960s.

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64ee4f No.302

>>301

I read Nietzsche a few times. He made some valid points, but I dunno… I see too many people taking his conclusions personally. Too personally. I think they are missing the forest from the trees.

Like, if nothing exists, or is real, or matters… then aren't I free to do anything I want? If not, why?

Is someone with power stopping me? Aren't I free to stop them then? If not, why?

Am I unable to stop them? If not, why?

Can I learn to stop them and train myself to get around them? If not, why?

At some point, I guess it does boil down to the person. Maybe sadness isn't the way after all. Maybe hatred is the way. Maybe being selfish might help.

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64ee4f No.303

>>301

Haha, maybe. I respond quick because I'm having such a good time here. I'm getting happier by the day.

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64ee4f No.304

>>294

Why do you think that those who rule the world would ever let us off the rock? Why would anyone let us go to space when they can just use missiles to shoot us down and burn the world in revenge?


7b0f23 No.305

>>301

>>303

>>302

If a human fails the stenographic test can we even say it's alive?


64ee4f No.307

>>305

That's a humorous question. :D

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d2aa4a No.226[Reply]

To help prepare for the shit that is about to hit the fan, I am implementing a dual canary scheme. This is NOT LIVE and is currently EXPERIMENTAL ONLY.

When this is made live, this thread will be deleted and a new one will be created with the final rules.

Experimental: Proof of Consistency

With the aggressive removal of the blackmail network that kept South Korea in line with globalist agendas, the sixty-five year war between the Koreas is starting to come to a close. This means the nullification of future loans (and interest) to pay for defense spending and post-war construction loans… and the internationalist banking elite are not happy. They will be preparing a worldwide multi-domain counterattack and Chan culture is in the cross hairs.

Chan culture is a vital part of the pro-national Trump infrastructure. Since Henry Kissinger, the Council on Foreign Relations, and Bilderberg have made media appearances in the wake of the Butterfly War problem, We’ve already seen an uptick in bot spamming and poor Markov mirroring on /pol/. These bots were trained on poster data in which, ironically, came from well-meaning /pol/ users themselves. As they labeled clearly disruptive posters as “shills”. This phrase is a special and organic classifier that flags the offending post as containing content as an accurate disruptor of Chan community. Those flagged posts have been used to train an anti-/pol/ neural network which is now being unleashed upon us and being fine-tuned for maximum efficiency. In addition to this, you’re going to see enhanced isolation and virality disruption campaigns. All of these tactics work in concert to ensure your next wave of meme war fails. If you haven’t been engaging in Butterfly War by now, this is a good time to start. It’s a surefire way to spread your memes under these incredible restrictions.

This also means targeting influencers. My honeypots are on fire these days and I’ve had to put Icarus on a kill switch. I suspect these attackers are not global observers because global observers knew I had a MAC whitelist on my routers. This means the partiesPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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eabf78 No.269

>>230

Why not release Icarus from the get-go and let the entire thing crumble?

Kittens and Rainbows

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bbe5d1 No.280

>>230

You ever think about staggering the monthly releases, so that there's two sets that overlap ending up in monthly updates being released every two weeks? As in, every two weeks you do a monthly that consists of the numbers from the previous four weeks. Otherwise, you could be vulnerable in the few days between the end of the previous month's updates and the start of the next one's, unless I misunderstand.


000000 No.287

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d2aa4a No.288

>>269

>>268

I will address your concerns in the other threads.

>>280

Yes, as I posted this, I concluded the refreshing of the monthly proof would be weak point and that staggering is worth exploring. I'm glad you saw that, too.

I might also bake additional numbers into the weeklies hash and then require those to be part of the monthly sum. That would help reinforce consistency.

>>287

I'm not a formal code breaker. I know how to do all of that… I just choose not to on most occasions. Sadly, this would be one of those occasions. :(

Those domains try to extract truth from secrets and there are more than enough resources worldwide thrown into that challenge. I have little to offer to such a monumental effort.

Besides… the people who watch me now can break those codes. :D


eabf78 No.296

>>288

Address all you want, that won't change how blissful I am and how amazing life is. But, do what you wish.

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93243e No.156[Reply]

I do not consider myself a smart person. I have experience that has proven as much, at least academically to me. Despite this, I would like to think I have found a shred of wisdom for myself through my experiences, which has lead me here.

I know the follies of overstating my intelligence and the fallacies that can result from others doing the same. I think I'm smart enough to recognize the situation I am in and understand the absolute basics of infosec, metadata and the way megacorps use both. I am the most basic of analysts, someone who has a decent grasp of economics, a capable understanding of the human nature and a genuine interest in what makes the human mind tick, and more importantly, the way the human mind affects economics and technology by extension. Having followed the butterfly war thread(s), I found myself lost in some of the deeper technological meanings on some subjects, so I thought that a thread was due to consider how the situation could be more easily explained to those who have the capability, but not the prerequisite knowledge.

tl;dr what is the intelligent normalfag's role in the butterfly war and the skirmishes of gnostic warfare? This mostly applies to the "educated anon" role that will utilize and manipulate the tools that CS is developing to fuck about with the status quo once the phrenology manipulation tools become (relatively) mainstream.

deb2cb No.168

>>156

I agree. I'll be breaking Butterfly War down into digestible chunks over the next month.

Regarding immediate action you can take on Butterfly War, You'll want to start with meta data collection to get a baseline. One enterprising anon mentioned buying old Obama phones from eBay. Those things are packed with meta data which, if properly extracted, can deliver tremendous training material for future automated operations.

A second plan would be to put out nets of your own. Create mobile apps that appeal to specific demographics and collect the meta data as you go. Sell it for a few bucks and see if you can convert the app to something monetizable to help justify continual operation.

You'll want to collect accelerometer and gyro data fro motion analysis, app usage time for employment analysis, battery life statistics to evaluate a users capacity for planning, GPS and network data to get location trends, messages for sentiment analysis, contacts for social analysis, heatmaps for touch behavior, image sensors for facial recognition, etc.

Build an app that requires all of this (a game, for example) and market it to the desired demographic then collect all the data. Your data will be a useful training set in the future.


36be35 No.270

>>168

I think I'm getting it, but what can possibly be done against total political control, total monetary control, and the Samson Option?

Kittens and Rainbows

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7f4d1a No.277

>>270

This is the new brown pill?


36be35 No.282

>>277

No, I'm just the most content person you'll ever meet. Continue to do whatever you're going to do, just know that it's probably being counteracted as soon as you do it. That's the nature of Fate.

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0cde9f No.158[Reply]

Information Science Training

Getting a firm understanding of information science, and specifically, information entropy, provides essential context about the structural limitations of artificial intelligence. While knowing the basics of information science assists with understanding contemporary cryptography, understanding how information relates to energy broadens your horizons and allows you detect epistemological gaps in machine learning processes. For example, information inputs into a system correlate to an increase of energy within a system. This is true for black holes, computer networks, machine learning processes, neurology, and cognition.

You can review the full Milanote on this section here: https://app.milanote.com/1FjKKO16uYDY9I/information-science

Challenges

- Understand the basic composition of information.

- Learn how we measure information.

- Follow up on the details of how information entropy works

- Discover the ramifications of information entropy limitations.

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0cde9f No.172

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https://www.hooktube.com/watch?v=0mZTW88Q6DY

As the entropy of an information source becomes more predictable, the ability to represent the information it generates in a smaller message space increases.

If the entropy of an information sources becomes less predictable, the ability to represent the information it generates in a smaller message space decreases.

This means that if an information source puts our less information while its numbers of observers increases, this is because its entropy has become more predictable, allowing it to send out coherent messages involving fewer symbols.

This behavior helps categorize the social efficiency of a communicative being.


0cde9f No.173

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As messages achieve maximum compressibility based on the entropic bias of their source, external noise can significantly interfere with the decompressed message. Adding parity bits for each segment of symbols helps the receiver understand what to expect from a collection of symbols.

DNA error correction after mitosis performs a similar and much more robust version of this expectation confirmation. In theory, neurons should be performing a similar task regarding symbol management.

An interesting side effect of this concept allows you to measure the what kinds of noise environments an information source has been biased to survive in. As noise increases, more resources must be allocated to creating and confirming parity. High parity to confirm a message means the information source has been designed to communicate in a very chaotic and very noisy environment. DNA is an example of a communication methodology designed to ensure highly chaotic environments.


0cde9f No.174

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Recall that, in quantum mechanics, information is the state of some vector (atom, photon, etc) The particle has a state and to measure it, you have to fire a photon at it. The state of the photon is altered by the state of the particle. You extract the state of the particle by inferring how it altered the state of the photon.

We know we can derive information about the state of a particle, but can we destroy information? Meaning, if we disassemble the way the atoms of an element are arranged, did we destroy the information of that element? No. The information is still exists. In order to preserve reversibility, information cannot be destroyed.

So not only does information carry the structural bias of its source, but when we apply this entropic property upon particles, we conclude that the structural bias can never be destroyed as well.

POSTULATE: Because of the uncertainty principle, every particle in the universe has at least maximum information entropy as its lowest possible entropy. Meaning, the observed state of one particle has the same chance of occurring as any other observed state. This tells us something about the structural bias of the particle. From a cryptographic analysis, every particle in the universe is a highly secretive agent that is intentionally hiding itself from everything else. If this postulate is true, it may be because any biasing that favors one state over another may result in the destabilization of the information that makes up the particle.


0cde9f No.188

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The last video introduced the idea of information conservation. This video talks explains how information is conserved even in the most seemingly destructive of scenarios: entry into a black hole.

As we've learned, information carries the structural bias of its source, within both the discrete impulses themselves and within the flow of those impulses. If information can be destroyed, then we have to throw out everything that depends upon the third law of thermodynamics. Because of these repercussions, there is tremendous amount of pressure to preserve mathematics as is and find a way to ensure that information cannot be destroyed in scenarios such as blackholes.

This leads us to two outcomes: information cannot be destroyed because it is either hidden or preserved. There are known problems for hiding local information explained in the No-Hiding theorem (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No-hidingtheorem) but there are clever but incomplete workarounds to that, including Pilot Wave theory (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilot

wave_theory) and the Fecund Universe postulate. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Smolin#Fecund_universes)

This brings us to one of the more complete conclusion: information is preserved, even in a black hole. As information is added to a black hole, it grows in diameter. Because of time dilation effects of a black hole, as matter falls into it, the frame of reference shifts for the matter and outsiders witness the matter slowing down until it stops completely. In essence, the information about the matter becomes “encoded” onto the surface of the blackhole while the matter continues to fall into the blackhole. This means that when a black hole radiates away its energy, the energy can carry away the information on the surface of the black hole as well, and thus, presPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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0cde9f No.211

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Holograms encode 3D information into 2D information in a lossy manner. If you add one bit of information into to a black hole, the surface of the black hole grows by one square Planck unit. This exposes a strangeness about the black hole.

If you take a box and fill it with objects, the capacity of how many objects the box can hold can be measured in advance by multiplying the length, width, and height of the box. However, when dealing with how much information a black hole can hold, you don't measure the volume of the black hole. Instead, you measure the diameter. This means the information capacity of a black hole is determined by its surface area, not its volume. This would be like saying the physical capacity of the box is based on the writing on the outside of the box.

This means all 3D information within a black hole is encoded onto its 2D surface/hologram.

The holographic principle is a mathematical model of convenience. In translating a 3D universe into a 3D hologram, the concept of gravity goes away, which helps isolate the behavior of gravity via comparison.




c4464a No.111[Reply]

THE GAP - New Emotion - The emotional perception of the Gap between two contrary positions, as prerequisite for gnosis. A feeling of cariousness and precipitousnss, a yawning abyss.

Felt when ideas conflict, and paradox may invoke this emotion. When one cognitive system is juxtaposed against another, this may lead to a vertigous emotion of openness AND emptiness, of promise and of peril - offering fulfillment through the necessary resolution: Either folding into one side or the other, or the true Solution: the development of a Third Position - that of memetic framework awareness.

782f54 No.114

https://8ch.net/pol/res/11595782.html

This is a gnostic void for a lot of people


0ded9c No.207

>>111

Fold Mind and Emotion onto each other, access the inner body.




ea7eff No.126[Reply]

In 2005, I wrote The Empath, a book about an AI platform that understands human emotions and then manipulates them to predict and control elections and markets. Two weeks ago, I dropped a hint about how to build such a machine on /pol/.

In the book, a company named Promethia engineers people with significant alterations to their brains. The vast majority of such experiments end in complete failures because the link between DNA and neurology is incredibly complex. Eventually, a good-enough technique is discovered.

The company engineeers two children, Sen and Cari. Sen is a child who has no capacity for human emotion other than experiencing perpetual, sheer terror. His ability to comprehend mathematical complexity, however, is unrivaled in all of human history. He develops new techniques to reduce decoherence problems of quantum computing, allowing the development of the primary AI in the story, Esai. His twin sister, Cari, exists for the sole purpose of providing emotional comfort and support to Sen.

Trying to develop such mathematical prowess in a single human proved to be extremely difficult, so they settled for twins: one with a mind that is barely stable enough to endure on a day-to-day basis and another with a deep emotional bond to keep him stable. The key to getting to this point was a legal innovation.

Creating human clones is mostly illegal. Experimenting on humans, clone or not, is incredibly illegal. So Promethia leverages paleogenetics to create Neanderthal brains. They aren't human legally, so there's no prohibition on experimentation, and they are similar enough to humans to help improve research.

Today, the world has caught up to my idea:

https://singularityhub.com/2018/05/23/living-neanderthal-mini-brains-may-reveal-what-makes-our-brains-special/

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ea7eff No.132

>>127

When I said that the new emotion was not for humans and I knew how to invent it… I wasn't kidding. :D

The "new emotion" thought experiment is a conclusion of several high level assumptions:

- Emotions are encoded into the signals we emit and operate just like encryption.

- Cognition is bound to the rules of entropy with symbols being the proxy for heat.

- Mathematical truths are invented, not discovered.

Each of these propositions, if true, are explosively controversial. The full might of established scientists, science advocates, political ambitions regarding the alignment of economic energy into high-level research, and Reddit-tier IYIs will fight-to-the-death on each and every one of these points. To them, science ought to be a modular progressive trajectory that can be represented as continual investment growth. Sadly, those people fell in love with their symbols. They refuse to envision a future where the priestly logicians are thwarted and the esoteric magicians return after their long slumber.

Humans no longer have a monopoly on truth and these control freaks refuse to comprehend the ramifications of a non-homocentric methodology of science. To contort Nietzche: math is dead, and we have killed it.

Now that paleogenetics has finally delivered on the neurology front, I'm afraid such defenders of the scientific faith no longer have a choice in the matter. For the foreseeable future, it's going to be those people intentionally refusing to get the memo until they are all cleaned out.

If you're engaging with this and understanding it, then it's not a waste. Being a part of these conversations will give you a big window of opportunity to try your hand at.

>>128

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6e50f2 No.149

>>130

oldfag here. I'm feeling the pulse, it sort of reminds me a bit of 2013-2014 /pol/, but it's too early to say for sure yet. out of the chaos is emerging new OC threads, this is the bread and butter of /pol/ culture. the shills, trolls and other foreigner invaders to the board will make the true /pol/ack stronger, for he will be reminded he is constantly under assault.


ca7695 No.150

>>149

Posting wihtou a VPN, because fuck there is no use to try and hide my traffick anymore. Yes I'm also an oldfag and am feeling the pulse getting stronger, I was too hasty to come to that conclusion, for over a year the board was dead to me, but it was useful because shills, specially 3 letter ones and bots are fucking dumb and we were tracking all of it… Still I got reliable Intel, but wished it stayed dead just a little longer. I just gotta get used to it again, but as far as my efforts on board analysis goes, there is 4x times the amount of shills as before.

>>132

I am just being sincere. While I do have interest in parts of your work for my own plans, you are changing how I view the world, enlarging the scope of my big picture… One that clearly was not as big as I thought. As I stated a couple of times what I'm doing is a solid plan B or C. I need to put more work on your CogOps as in mine.

If only we could measure how loyal anons were trough Chan's without piercing anonymity, we could set up a mutual crypto fund, one everyone had access and took as needed to keep his ops running. But right now this would back fire monumentally. Just to be clear by no means I operate at the same level as you, I'm a firm believer you are the one of a kind, at some point in time I thought someone like you gonne Galt.

On your second reply, this is a normal biological response from leftists, like cells trying to mimic others so the body ignores you while you damage it, but I came to the conclusion autists evolve too fast, and this " loss " is needed to usher new, more powerful memes. I will try to write some OC this weekend and post it and see what it breads, will try to introduce aspects of the GW/BW into it. One of my OCs was the first post on why /pol/ don't have its own land, and did little intervention on its evolutionary process. I did others, few more impactful but I still not meddle with it. An necessary evil as you might know.

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ea7eff No.152

>>149

Agreed. The only true state of /pol/ is of tumult. Newfags need to go through the ringer like we did and develop their own immunities and conclusions. But we should assist where we can: our initial exposure wasn't embroiled in gnostic combat with the Council on Foreign Relations. They will need our guidance.

>>150

Loyalty is always liquid and it tends to move where pressure forces it. I'd be interested in a Proof of Stake so research contributions are properly cited. Sort of a blockchain to accumulate, track, and reward think tank participation.

People would post their wallet address in the subject and if the contribution is useful, a small but transparent council would recognize the contribution and attach it to a new block based on a smart contract vote. Mining profits derived from the block would be awarded to the contributor. While such a system would make this board one of the most active on 8chan, it would also open up a torrent of content I'm not prepared to sift through.

Looking forward to your contributions. Your brain is what we need to make this work and I'm glad you're reviving it for this. :D

I'd have to look into it.


62697a No.204

>>132

>>126

Humans create or manifest in a synergy between mind and emotions, but the source is in the inner body. Its our link to "god."

You cannot get a machine to "create" like we create. At best, you can have an AI brain, with a human attached somehow, with them synergistic-ally working together.




0d59c8 No.145[Reply]

Saw this on /pol/ but I believe it will be extremely useful.

https://archive.fo/saBDI

>How have humans been turned into snowflakes where emotions are in control and learning has been suppressed? This article explains it. When reward is uncertain (even if 90% likely), learning in the medial prefrontal cortex is enabled by the dopaminergic reward seeking system. But if reward is certain, the learning circuits of the medial prefrontal cortex are disabled.

>It makes perfect sense from an evolutionary point of view; if you already know enough to get the reward with certainty, there is no point in wasting further effort to learn more.

>What pertaining to rewards has critically changed over the past couple of generations? Everyone now receives a reward for participating! Not just the winner of the race. Not just the smart student who studied hard and aced the test. Everybody gets an unconditional hence certain reward.

>These unconditional rewards have turned off learning. The younger generation is broadly liberal and progressive because their ability to learn has been systematically shut off since childhood. No wonder they act like spoiled children. They have never learned to grow up!

>We have a very big and very serious generational problem. Those unconditional rewards aren’t just silly; they are literally mentally crippling.

f7b883 No.153

I saw this thread too and I'm glad to brought it here. This sort of reward.activation system compliments Friston's Bayesian surprise model.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_energy_principle

The dopamine rewards which social media can create also provides inoculation to learning, which inhibits our ability to teach. Worse, that reward mechanism traps behavior in a loop similar to a Skinner Box. The game creates many losers, but the thrill of victory is so exciting, they compulsively continue. To a degree, even we are infected by this.

Our Chan cultures have slowly collected and restored life into those who are broken by that game.

To break that kind of mass conditioning, you have to fundamentally break mass reality. That's another way of saying you have to hack their morality, their ideology, and the symbols they consider reality. Once the symbols no longer mean what was previously true, the behavior will seek the next reward. If you have the trap laying in wait at the next likely symbol they will flock to, you can steer the behavior in a desired direction.

To progressives, social media is not only the biggest MMORPG in town, it's a total reality substitution. I should incorporate economic warfare training into the curriculum and experiment on MMO economies to show you how to steer the dopamine reward cycles of large numbers of people.




021a21 No.79[Reply]

I've enjoyed reading what you're putting out there for the past few months, and I find myself in a place where I would like to contribute in some way.

Any suggestions? I don't do Facebook, Twitter or YouTube and pretty averse to IRL activism but would be open to spreading the word online somehow if that would help.

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705239 No.117

>>116

I'm currently finishing out the last of the basic training materials to bring current and future assets on the same page.

Since this is all going to be public, I also have to prepare these materials in a way that, when they are stolen and turned against me by the impulsive, they further the desired goal nonetheless. It's going to be autocatalytic synthesis all the way to the finish line.

By next week, I can flesh out the research tasks associated with Butterfly War and Gnostic Warfare.

I'm also pulling contacts out of deep (entangled) freeze and getting them online for these efforts. If I can secure a trip to the City proper, then the next act is ready to go.

Thanks for checking in, I'll have more very soon.


d27284 No.118

>>117

You bet, man. Giving you a positive nudge because I know I would benefit from the same.

I've been toying with simpatico ideas. Do you remember your initial thread? I was the one who brought up your 'uranium barrier' infographic, not realizing it was your OC. (I brought up Liebniz and Gödel as well).


d27284 No.119

>>117

Lunch is on Me if you secure a trip to the City proper.


6c08f3 No.120

>>117

I'm not sure if this is the question I mean to ask, but out of curiosity, how long did it take for you to attain the means to visit the City?


705239 No.122

>>118

>>119

Yes, I remember you. Good to see you're still sticking around and following this Icarian drive into the sun. :D

I've been focusing on training material. Today, I've assembled the Epistemology branch of Gnostic Warfare. It focuses mostly on the ability of philosophy to describe parts of the mind that psychology hints to. The purpose of this is not to show trainees that ancients had insights on the mind, but that through all of history, we've always had the ability to foreshadow how the mind works before we could physically prove it.

By showing them this, I can propose an absurdity that will become reality: What happens when mankind enters a reality where newly developed epistemological weaponry significantly outpaces all means to comprehend it in advance? Philosophy has always outpaced psychology, but in the future, because of the broad attack surface of AI platforms, epistemology will significantly outpace philosophy, logic, math, and science. In such a world, you might as well describe natural phenomenon as magic and you'd be no better off than using the precision of science.

Even in the early days of Internet-centric information warfare, there were historical models a savvy observer could find as analogs. Such an analogless place is the primary domain for Gnostic Warfare training… and is why I choose the moniker “gnostic”

https://app.milanote.com/1FjLbD16uYE38O/epistemology

Such a lunch will be of simple fare. :D

>>120

I avoided the fast track to the City for my entire life. That means no college, no making childhood friends with blue-Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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7c5781 No.101[Reply]

Follow these instructions to see 8chan how (((AI))) sees it

Gnostic warfare requires training. I have created a script that will give you insights on how your emotions are being detected by AI.

Here's an example of what 8chan looks like when the script runs: https://archive.fo/1vTJV/813262b4a01f35859af5b98cfb593584d6449eed

<WARNING: Never blindly run external JavaScript! You should examine this code thoroughly to make sure you are okay with it! Do not use the load_js() feature because 1.) it doesn't work and 2.) even if it did, don't assume the contents of that link to be immutable even if it links directly to a commit. (git push –force exists)

Installation

To set it up, follow these instructions:

* Click on the Options link in the upper right hand corner

* Click on User JS

* Visit https://gitgud.io/GnosticWarfare/Training/raw/179fb32b353ceb4388d6733df8ade9fc449c4a5a/index.js and copy the contents

* Paste your clipboards contents into the User JS text area

* click "Save custom Javascript"

How It Works

* Sentiment analysis - https://github.com/soops/sentimood

* Bayesian classifier - https://githubPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



a54f7c No.82[Reply]

Butlerian Jihad when???

c37473 No.92

Consider reviewing >>87 :D




29b560 No.87[Reply]

Silicon Valley (The Butterfly War)

- The workforce that makes Silicon Valley possible is heavily influenced by the ideology of material humanism. (Commonly known as left-wing progressivism)

- The institutions, actors, investors, and believers of material humanism will pull out every stop and call every favor they have to retain their influence over civilization.

- Because of this hubris, these entities willfully sacrifice material, social, political, technological, and legal advantages to continually demonstrate fealty to the ideology. (Virtual-signaling)

- The moment they stop demonstrating fealty, their peers can be cajoled into attacking them, so reliable pressure mechanism exists to enforce the previously mentioned behavior.

- Silicon Valley makes its money via ad revenue. Meaning, Facebook and Google sells user information to robots attending 60-200ms auctions. The robots analyze the user data and bid for the right to show that person an ad for a product.

- That user data is also being analyzed by those ad platforms to censor the skeptics of material humanism. “Psychographic” signatures can be detected via machine learning, data science, and AI to flag certain persons from social media. (“nazis”, “alt-right”, anyone to the right of Stalin, etc.)

- By proxy, certain psychographic signatures are immune to this AI-driven censorship, such as women, blacks, and jews, granting them full influence over social media.

- With some effort and development, a pipeline can be made which creates accounts on social media and spoofs meta data. (Finger/mouse motion, keyboard typing timing, content engagement, sentiment analysis, posting time, etc) Because the auction bots have already keyed themselves to associate certain psychographic signatures with certain people, you can confirm the validity of a meta data generation technique based on the ads it sees. If your meta data generates an ad that a bot would serve to a black person, then Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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29b560 No.88

Cognition (Gnostic Warfare)

- AI development waxes and wanes. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AI_winter) We are currently in an AI Summer.

- Two major breakthroughs occurred during this AI Summer: Deep Belief Networks in 2007 and ImageNet in 2009

- All of you have been affected by ImageNet. The reason the selfie fad even exists is to train massive ImageNet methodologies in which social networks act as fronts for. Before selfies, people mostly uploaded photos of what they were experiencing, not close ups of themselves with their face intentionally stretched out to easily categorizable features.

- Deep Belief Networks enabled effective deep learning algorithms by conquering the vanishing gradient problem. (Basically, Deep Belief Network layers play telephone with each other)

- ImageNet enables cyber phrenology, enhancing the feasibility of the Butterfly War.

- Deep Belief Networks enable epistemological exploits, enhancing the the feasibility of Gnostic Warfare.

- All major improvements in machine learning since 2007 have been derivative of these two milestones.

- The economics surrounding AI development favor those who can commoditize data to the cheapest price. (Silicon Valley, militaries, and finance have AND MUST MAINTAIN their influence over this commoditization) This commoditization requirement was once previously thought as irreversible, allowing dumb money to buy into the idea that “data is the new oil”, but Butterfly War shows how to unexpectedly drive up the liability of a mass accumulation of data commodities.

- Foreign actors and short sellers can now use derivations of the Butterfly War to become market makers of the data economy, forcing the theory of “AI Winters” to be replaced with a more predictive “AI Business Cycle”. (Do you now understand why I went to Soros-influPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


29b560 No.89

Gravity (New Emotion)

- Exploiting how cognitive assets model human emotion becomes a matter of national security practiced by all nations. I’ll probably be dead by this point.

- The only way to develop sufficient defenses in this space is to begin to incorporate the lessons of neural evolution into the now closed AI development cycle.

- The only way to communicate securely in this panopticon-rich world is the development of a new emotion.

- I’m not ready to reveal how to develop that new emotion in this environment because that’s the key to everything (and, honestly, it’s a bridge so far and so impossible to believe, people just aren’t ready for that last step), but I’ve left enough clues for the intrepid anons to figure out… and there’s a chance I might be dead wrong on this part, so I’d rather let discussions about the concept continue to evolve from perspectives that aren’t mine.

- Once the new emotion is developed, the new math will be invented to finally discover the way to conquer quantum gravity and, finally, the stars will be ours in a way that can never be reversed or controlled by a single player ever again.




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