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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)

* Butterfly War Code Repositories: >>340

History

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

* ButterflyPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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428d4b  No.404[Reply]

Recent Developments

There have been a variety of important developments regarding Gnostic Warfare. Before we get into a synopsis, we have to talk about the “Liquid Math” event I've been alluding to over the past few months.

Liquid Math

In the Paleogenetics post at >>126, I explained the foundation of the AI in my book and gave insight on what I precisely meant when I said that I was trying to “restore a forgotten emotion”. By restoring the Neanderthal mind, we will have access to a new emotion that has been long forgotten to us, and if my theory about emotional influence on cognitive operations holds, that will serve as a foundation to detect new and important patterns about mathematics.

“Liquid math” means encoding axioms of mathematics as a behavioral expression of a neuron's lifecycle so that we can “invent” equations instead of revealing them. Once mathematical formation liquifies as an organic process, the entire rules of the game change for good.

I have successfully since partnered up with many of the scientists who can grow the Neanderthal organoids mentioned in the linked article. (https://singularityhub.com/2018/05/23/living-neanderthal-mini-brains-may-reveal-what-makes-our-brains-special/) They believe I am right about using Neanderthal organoids to blow past the limits of contemporary machine learning techniques.

Here's the first official task of /gnosticwarfare/: Research everything you can about spiking neural networks and ask questions here. If you want a glimpse of what can be done with this type of research, here's an example that I'm sure many of you can immediately see the value in: https://archive.fo/T7kzU

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6f4551  No.425

>>406

OP doesn't think of people in terms of moral purity. He thinks in terms of "can I get them to do what I want." This is based on an analysis of their psychology and reference frame. So long as he understands their frame he can feed them a narrative to maneuver them into his desired path. From this perspective, trustworthiness is not relevant. Only their predictability matters.

One should remember that OP is exercising the same perspective upon the chans as a body to be manipulated toward his ends. However given our infamous chaotic nature, I tend to believe he's playing his cards on the table with us moreso than with anyone else.


e0978c  No.426

>>425

That makes sense. I had to re-read some of his articles to fully grasp it.

It's funny to think that only five or six years ago I would have been disgusted to see "unsavory" strategies such as blackmail employed by those who claim to be on the side of good. Nowadays I have no qualms with this.


776b6b  No.427

Faced with capitalist organization, a destituent potential cannot

confine itself to its own immanence, to all that grows under the ice

in the absence of sunshine, to all the attempts at local construction,

to a series of punctual attacks, even if this whole little world were to

regularly find itself caught up in great turbulent demonstrations.

And the insurrection will definitely not wait for everyone to become

insurrectionary. The mistake of the Leninists, Trotskyists, Negriists,

and other subpoliticians, a telling one fortunately, is to believe that a

period that sees all the hegemonies lying broken on the ground could

still tolerate a political hegemony, even a partisan one of the sort that

Pablo Iglesias or Chantal Mouffe fantasize. What they don’t see is that

in a time of general horizontality, horizontality itself is the verticality. No

one can expect to organize the autonomy of others any longer. The

only verticality still possible is that of the situation, which commands all

of its components because it exceeds them, because the sum of forces

in presence is greater than each one of them. The only thing capable

of transversally uniting all the elements deserting this society into a

historical party is an intelligence of the situation. It is everything that makes

the situation gradually understandable, everything that tracks the

movements of the adversary, everything that identifies the usable paths

and the obstacles—the systematic character of the obstacles. Based on

that intelligence, an occasional vertical expedient needed to tilt certain

situations in the desired direction can well be improvised.

A strategic verticality of this kind can only emerge from a constant,

generous discussion, undertaken in good faith. In this epoch, the meansPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


776b6b  No.428

"One could argue that the entire history of Western (and Indian) philosophy is a long, unconscious attempt to recollect the wisdom known "directly" by our Indo-European ancestors" - Collin Cleary


6f4551  No.429

There is wisdom and then there is conscious wisdom. To the unconscious they appear identical. The bird knows when winter is imminent and prepares for its journey. Wisdom. A man knows winter will return even in the midst of winter, and so makes preparation for a winter even though winter is upon him. Conscious wisdom. Whatever patterns can be recursively encoded are much more potent. Therefore it is not recollection, but compression.




ffaed3  No.423[Reply]

Hi there, How can I defeat from within a leftist dominated InVision forum?

89aa87  No.424

>>423

Become a mod by sucking dick

Then feed them a false reality based on wishful thinking

Then drive those who buy into it against those who see through it

The community fragments and one side will drive the other side out

Repeat




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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647500  No.403

>>400

BO was alive as of 9/30. I can't give you POL but for what one anon's word is worth, there it is. There's a lot of work required to get his vision underway and unfortunately I think it comes down to funding. Crowd sourcing the development of this code base (and future projects he has hinted at on cultstate.com) is improbable. Of course the idea was always to bait in global observers since it doesn't really matter who starts the butterfly war, so long as it starts.

Yet despite the lack of industrial scale meta data war at this moment, if we judge from the number of "women" and "black" twitter accounts surviving mass bans despite being right of Hitler I'm going to hazard a guess and say the fire is started.


647500  No.415

Excellent article on the basics of Google's meta data tracking system. Should give you a good idea of how to hack it.

http://archive.is/3P1XJ


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448f80  No.421

I wish I could help.

Godspeed :))

>>193




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/

For those who remember, I posted this pic on the now deleted /pol/ thread. It was a brief timPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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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.


bb945a  No.343

>>204

What if the intelligence is instantiated at the quantum level with true quantum computing? If that is possible, then it is technically not AI at that point, but man-made quantum intelligence.


07a709  No.416

Recent presentation by Svante Pääbo on paleogenetics:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1R8yrEGAgw

>Neanderthal sequences less frequent in gene promoter regions.

>About 30,000 SNPs and 87 proteins unique for modern humans, 3 genes related to cell division and neurodevelopment.


ea7eff  No.417

>>126

Liquid Math updates: We can now connect Neanderthal organoids to robots

https://archive.fo/l624F


a23243  No.418

Thank you for all your work!

I just fell upon your Twitter yesterday and have been diving into everything you've written since.




7937a4  No.375[Reply]

http://cultstate.com/2018/07/30/What-Is-A-Cult-State/

> Moore’s Law states the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years. By doubling the transistor density, the time to perform information labor halves. This results in the reduction of price for media creation, data analysis, and data collection while simultaneously increasing its distribution potential. This also drives an increase of the volume of domestic and foreign signal analysis competition against bloated, unaccountable centralized state-backed intelligence agencies. As Moore’s Law makes information processing cheaper, the blackmail network that keeps the nuclear paradigm stable can be discovered, evaluated, and captured in part or in whole by any upcoming competiton. Deterring this outcome has become increasingly difficult for state actors as processors, data centers, and data science techniques become cheaper and more abundant. The Hapsburg-dominated Church once experienced this same exact problem within the context of the printing press, and in a way, the transistor is the American printing press, but that’s an analysis for another day.

> The insurance file for Julian Assange is a massive collection of encrypted data. The unencrypted contents of that file have kept him alive through two administrations. This has made him a difficult person to make an example out of because I suspect within that insurance file is a significant number of video footage, images, and information about the blackmail network. Upon Assange’s death, his deadman switch will activate, and the key to unlock those files will be available to all who have downloaded the file. What options do central intelligence agencies have to thwart this trend?

5848fe  No.395

https://twitter.com/CultStateDotCom/status/1042173953798823943

> Canadian beatings will continue until the appropriate parties flip on each other.

> #thirdTempleDown

It's his 666th tweet

hrmmm




91effd  No.380[Reply]

The war is in full swing. Be sure to contribute.

6d290c  No.394

It certainly is. Contributions have been in the background. It is a delicate game with delicate timing.

Assange is the key and always has been. How his situation evolves determines my next overt move.




043ee6  No.384[Reply]

79ca40  No.387

>>384

There will come a time when my OTHER proximity to this situation will be revealed.

There's a whole backstory here that is fairly unbelievable. It's just not time to reveal it yet. :(


9cece6  No.392

>>387

Do tell.




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.

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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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36be35  No.328

>>277

>>282

He's editing my posts because I am a bad faith actor who wants to spread demoralization instead of engaging in conversation.

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9c3983  No.385

>>168

I figured this would be the best place to ask something like this.

CultState, do you think there could be different types/branches of this Butterfly War idea? I know your main iteration is mostly focused on turning their own algorithms against them so that they're basically consumed by their own digital fire, but I was thinking about things along the lines of camouflaging oneself through either sarcasm or intentional misrepresentation so that while the algorithms don't pick up on it, people will and they'll be exposed to beneficial propaganda.

A lot of /pol/acks, either by will or by necessity, already hide their power level, and if you extend that idea even in normal, non-digital interactions, you can subvert the leftist concepts really easily. This is even more pronounced if you pose as one of their own, making them eat their own "deconstruction of ideas" poison to the point that it overwhelms their own politics.

I think similar ideas to the Butterfly War can be applied with considerable success in these typically normal moderated-by-consensus discussion spaces, especially ones considered "safe," as in almost exclusively leftist and often academic in the sense that when there's no other scapegoat for the left to push poison at, they'll consume their own all too eagerly


deb2cb  No.386

>>385

> do you think there could be different types/branches of this Butterfly War idea? I know your main iteration is mostly focused on turning their own algorithms against them so that they're basically consumed by their own digital fire, but I was thinking about things along the lines of camouflaging oneself through either sarcasm or intentional misrepresentation so that while the algorithms don't pick up on it, people will and they'll be exposed to beneficial propaganda.

Yes, of course. There will be millions of iterations and variations of this idea. The current investment structure of AI makes the entire surface area of entire nations incredibly easy to toy with. Sarcasm research has been done extensively. Double meaning is still a tough nut to crack, which is why my Incorrect Synonym attack works.

> A lot of /pol/acks, either by will or by necessity, already hide their power level, and if you extend that idea even in normal, non-digital interactions, you can subvert the leftist concepts really easily. This is even more pronounced if you pose as one of their own, making them eat their own "deconstruction of ideas" poison to the point that it overwhelms their own politics.

A fun side effect of the censorship wars is that /pol/lacks hide their power level online.

I'm slap in the middle of Hollywood in the belly of the beast and I -never- hide my power level in person. I've even been able to secure tacit support for eugenics in ground zero of this Leftist cathedral shithole. How? Try this out next time for fun:

> “Oh, you think seeking guidance for genetic health is taboo? Yeah? How many people with down syndrome have you had sex with? Exactly.”

I can't keep getting away with it, and yet, I do. How? Simple.

The more we deny our power level online, either by self-censorship, filter bubble distribution, or active suppressioPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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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d2aa4a  No.370

>>287

come on bruh

there's no data there

https://i.imgur.com/QsYN6gt.png


d2aa4a  No.371

>>370

disregard that, i suck cocks

header was bad, fixed it


d2aa4a  No.372

>>287

https://i.imgur.com/gIqteK0.png

hrmmmm maybe the board mangled some characters?


d2aa4a  No.373

>>372

>>287

oh i see

you're a windows user, okay

lemme see what I can do


99616a  No.374

>>226

>muh proof of life

No one is going to murder you for writing javascript helper utilities and larping as a hacker.




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.330

>>317

Just to reiterate my previous point, not only am I a bad faith actor trying to demoralize the board, but I post three posts to make sure that all actual replies and comments aren't seen on the front page for new comers.

I pretty much deserve the way I'm being treated right now.

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280d8a  No.347

Until recently, nearly any input could fool an object recognition model. We were more surprised when object recognition worked than when it didn't. Today, object recognition algorithms have reached human performance as measured by some test set benchmarks, and we are surprised that they fail to perform as well on unnatural inputs. Adversarial examples are synthetic examples constructed by modifying real examples slightly in order to make a classifier believe they belong to the wrong class with high confidence. Rubbish class examples (such as fooling images) are pathological examples that the model assigns to some class with high confidence even though they should not belong to any class.

Myth: Adversarial examples do not matter because they do not occur in practice.

Fact: It's true that adversarial examples are very unlikely to occur naturally. However, adversarial examples matter because training a model to resist them can improve its accuracy on non-adversarial examples. Adversarial examples also can occur in practice if there really is an adversary - for example, a spammer trying to fool a spam detection system.

Myth: Deep learning is more vulnerable to adversarial examples than other kind of machine learning.

Fact: So far we have been able to generate adversarial examples for every model we have tested, including simple traditional machine learning models like nearest neighbor. Deep learning with adversarial training is the most resistant technique we have studied so far.

Myth: Adversarial examples are hard to find, occurring in small pockets.

Fact: Most arbitrary points in space are misclassified. For example, one network we tested classified roughly 70% of random noise samples as being horses with high confidence.

Myth: The best we can do is identify and refuse to process adversarial examples.

Fact: Refusing to process an adversarial example is better than misclassifying it, but not a satisfying solution. When there truly is an adversary, such as a spammer, the adversary would still gain an advantage by producing examples our system refused to classify. We know it isPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


e79913  No.348

CS - are you familiar with HLI / Three


307a60  No.362

>>347

This is a good find. I'm a huge proponent of adversarial training due to its implied biomimicry.

> Refusing to process an adversarial example is better than misclassifying it, but not a satisfying solution.

I wonder what happens when this is paired with knockout training… could be exciting!

>>348

I am not.


8d53a3  No.369

>>347

>Myth: No one knows whether the human brain makes similar mistakes.

>If our brains made the same kind of mistakes as machine learning models, then adversarial examples for machine learning models would be optical illusions for us,

Doesn't the second portion logically imply that optical illusions are the equivalent of adversarial examples for the human brain? It's important to note the difference between human object recognition and machine based object recognition but I think it's plainly obvious that human object recognition is also prone to certain types of error.

One personal anecdote that shows the weakness of human object recognition mechanisms (or at least mine) is my frequent inability to recognize a familiar object when looking for it when it is in an unfamiliar place. Example: I need a specific piece of mail so I start looking for it in my office mail pile. I'll spend 10 minutes looking for it all over the place only to give up, sit down at my desk, and realize it was sitting right there the whole time. My mind presumes a location for that object and combines the symbols of the envelope and the mail pile to forma the expected image of what I'm looking for (that envelope buried in a pile of mail). However, if that presumption is wrong and that expected image too strongly encoded in the mental process of searching for that object, then I am unable to recognize thaf object independently of the expected image. Basically, our brains (or at least mine) have developed highly efficient processes that allow us to identify objects based on logically deduced expectations of future events. This works great up until the foundational "training data" upon which those expectations are based is fundamentally wrong. I also think this plays heavily into the trait of "adaptability", the logical depth at which the foundational "training data" is based, the more flexible the process becomes.




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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e7f9f5  No.364

>>363

When I started research on The Empath, I found that one could begin to implement even the most primitive AI to steer society as long as you could alter the behavior of humans. Getting AI to a point where its powerful and can be put on a leash is complicated, but getting humans to act to act within constraints is so extremely well known, we have abundant infrastructure in place to do exactly that at all times.

As perverse as this is going to sound, once I realized that, getting better performance (and profitability) out of AI investments could be achieved by "hacking morality" to make humans more AI-compliant. An example would be Twitter. It has 140 characters, so it forces humans to be concise about their language usage, allowing AI to make some sense of it. Hashtags are just classifiers. Humans could be made to abandon the vast majority of their lexical capabilities in exchange for blasting a "tweet" across large numbers of people, and thus, providing a cheap proxy to fulfill our drive for socialization. This in turn provided a foundation for AI to then feedback and steer the content and then the content creators themselves.

When taken to its logical conclusion, this model of farming AI-compliant human behavior could be applied to politics, warfare, banking, and even religion. As long as moral expectations can be swayed, repositioned, conflated, altered, or otherwise mutated, then AI-compliant behavior can be achieved.

These assumptions about AI-compliant human behavior for could, arguably, act as the "innate psychology" of such AIs, and that is what Gnostic Warfare is designed to target. :D

> The Immortal Poor

I'm sure you know this by now, but I wrote that story. I am also the Abusive Oracle. That short story was inspired by the The Empath. In the book, advanced humans are made from experiments on genomics and neurology made possible from Neanderthals… but once such a technique became profitable, it would eventually be refined and applied to labor,Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


8f9ff1  No.365

>>364

>Survival

Thats good enough for me.

I´m gonna have to up my catch up game to be of some use with and against this force amplifier (narrow AI).


f4ea87  No.366

http://www.renegadetribune.com/symbols/

GitGud repos /and/ a Trello? Seems like you've been busy OP.

It's nice to see you've taken (and extended) my ideas of automation, I became concerned it might escalate things a little too quickly for us to keep up with. The Milanote also makes me wonder where else one of those boards may prove useful. Now, I have a few more things I've been pondering:

Would you be able to hash a snapshot of The Empath for us, as a proof of writing?

Decentralised or automated moderation of communities in 2018 is not viable with our current understanding of the epistemic limitations of AI, which you say as much yourself. Would this pose as much of a worry to you if most all of the financial and technological barriers to hosting a forum and delivering a lot of data with high throughput worldwide were removed from the equation? If any dissatisfied group could branch off on their own whims?

What would happen to the old media if people discovered they didn't need to kowtow to ICANN, their ISP or other providers to share their content? What effects would this have?

Does competition kill innovation?

What if the Wayback Machine could host anything, and could never have anything removed unless 100% of humans stopped caring about preserving it? What if everybody could run a library?

What if we brought Spacechan to the ground? Then, brought it back up to space?

When did you get rid of those glorious locks?


963a11  No.367

>>366

I also forgot to mention, I was curious if anyone here had came across a certain individual who posts often on /bmw/ and Reddit. He goes by several names - Eris, Aminom Marvin, and Carl, which I believe is his birth name. He fancies himself a 'memetic engineer', and reminded me of OP (and the original Butterfly War thread) in several ways, only with extra narcissism and grandeur, transhumanism and an unfortunate penchant for communism.

He has detailed his memetic experiments on 4chan's /x/ as well as other places - including his 'Tao of Calculus', 'Virus 23' and 'The Antientropy Project' - and alleges that "the War to End All Wars is over, and that we are in a post-war reconstruction period", alluding to a grand Discordian conspiracy stretching back a few decades to remove the 'negative meme viruses' that he perceives as having infected us, with the help of the establishment.

There is plenty I find content with, but he is no doubt quite intelligent, and has a lot of interesting content out there, including his graph on recursive autological structures and a piece he wrote on 'memetic fingerprints' which I found to be quite insightful. And maybe others here will too.

https://8ch.net/bmw/res/1.html#2850

https://8ch.net/bmw/res/9157.html

https://www.reddit.com/comments/8dqci8/

https://www.reddit.com/comments/6w1tvx

https://imgur.com/a/EaI34Kk

https://imgur.com/a/2mtmh

https://image.ibb.co/jWL6vS/taoofcPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


963a11  No.368

>>367

>I find content

discontent*

Mind the changing IP.




d276a9  No.340[Reply]

Butterfly War Code Repository

https://gitgud.io/butterfly-war

This thread is for the discussion of the new Butterfly War code project. I have broken down all of the domains of work into individual projects, complete with milestones and high-level issues. Discussions about individual issues should take place at the issue. General discussions can take place here.

These repositories should be publicly visible , but you will have to apply to be a Member to each project in order to contribute.

These code bases will be open source.

62238b  No.349

Is it just me or is there no code in those repos.


d276a9  No.361

>>349

There is no code at this time. The project is being organized at a high-level to help anons (agnons?) get the 40,000 foot view.

Over time, code will trickle in. Right now, I am experimenting with candidates for data lake landing zone management.

https://github.com/Emblem21-OpenSource/wasabi-store-sdk

I'm currently writing this to get the process started. The –encrypt flag currently doesn't work, but that will get fixed so




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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1013dd  No.355

>>353

>I eventually succumbed to psychosis

Were you mentally stable prior to this, or were you gaslit into psychosis?

>Also sidenote: is there a good automated process for registering fake social media accounts?

Very tricky these days because new accounts require a phone number for verification, and they have blocked most (all?) of the texting app numbers. The only routes I can think of these days involve burner SIMs or buying accounts.


ff2df5  No.356

>>355

I was gaslit into psychosis. I was mentally stable for the majority of gamergate until late 2015 / early 2016. I then connected the dots in a weird way and got super paranoid and and stopped trusting everyone, even my closest friends and family. I spent the next 2 years in and out of hospitals and had to have monthly appointments, each time they put me on different antipsychotics, ssris, benzodiazepines. I don't know what drug was the worst but I went off the deep end and started abusing them. I ended up in this weird suggestable haze and I almost got arrested after breaking into the college trying to get to the server room. I felt compelled to do that like I HAD to do it or else I would die. I lost my entire sense of self. Subconsciously I knew something was wrong and it was trying to correct what was wrong and I ended up having weird psychedelic experiences where my anima was talking to me trying to help me. I eventually worked up the courage to quit my medication in november and ever since then I've been exponentially getting better.

My last visit to the hospital was at the beginning of my withdrawal process where I kept talking about Q and Terry Davis for some reason.

In the end I ended up getting admitted a total of 5 times.

I'm really mad about the whole situation. I was doing alright in college until gamergate happened. I just wanted to make vidya and ended up in a long term culture war with disingenuous subversive fucks.

I have a major interest in systems / IT / netsec now because of this whole fiasco so I guess that's my silver lining. I've eased my way into GNU / linux since then and have slowly become more competent with it on a base level but I just passed the initial learning curve and the more complex stuff is just outside my range of complexity.

Psychosis is a weird experience. It's like you are there but aren't fully aware with what's going on. I let the mask slip almost voluntarily a few times and I was taken for a ride by the state medical system. Some helpful advice to others in a similarPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


ff2df5  No.357

>>356

>Category: Threatened

wew lad this script really is spooky


1013dd  No.358

>>356

>Psychosis is a weird experience. It's like you are there but aren't fully aware with what's going on.

It's a very strange thing to go through. I've been through similar experiences, although I never got institutionalized or prescribed that many medications.

>I've come to realize that I know too much and anything outside normie thinking is scary for the average person.

It sucks, but hiding our power levels is incredibly important. I've reached a point where I have accepted it and don't experience angst over that, but I remember how difficult it was to come to terms with that fact.

>I'm really mad about the whole situation.

I believe /gnosticwarfare/ is definitely the best way to get revenge for all of this. "Don't get mad, get even." We're going to burn (((their))) empire to the ground and laugh while we're doing it. Hell, we already are.

>Sorry if this was a blogpost but my experience might be somewhat useful

That';s for the BO to decide, but it's rather motivating for me to hear stories like this. I'm not the only one who's gone through this. You aren't the only one who's gone through this. We've been gaslit, but (((they))) could only make that last for so long.


705239  No.359

>>353

>>356

GamerGate was a cultural shift for many. For the institutionally-trained counter-culture consumers who grew up with fairy tales about the moral supremacy of the 1960s, GamerGate demonstrated harsh competition against their precious monopoly on rebellion. For the displaced nationalist who has been sidelined since the Saudis took control of the Earth, it was an unprecedented repudiation against the contemporary humanist cathedral. To the new generation, it was a coming-of-age event that will stay with them well into their nostalgia years. The entire event was planned, the actors were prepared in advance, and almost everyone who tried to attach their own personal pet cause harness on it with intentions of steering not only failed, but were burned by it as well.

Don't let the dropout thing bum you out. I never went to college and I had spent my early twenties living in poverty, doing landscaping with illegal immigrants to get by. If you need help getting started on machine learning, check out the Milanote: https://app.milanote.com/1FjzPC11HKlU7N/machine-learning In the meantime, continue to brush up on your IT basics, get a good handle on Linux, and delve into DevOps and cloud management.

Social media is a Skinner box designed to minimize investment while maximizing dopamine. It's important to have been scarred by such a perpetual sociological experiment… those wounds demystify the platform and allow you to think of it in terms of conquest and power.

The “medical” detention you endured first appeared under the Soviet Union. Their term for it was “philosophical intoxication” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_abuse_of_psychiatry_in_the_Soviet_Union)

>The term "philosopPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




84f0df  No.352[Reply]

Using Machine Learning to automatically detect antifa in Twitter

#antifinder:matrix.ordoevangelistarum.com

(Sentiment Analysis, Blocktogethers, CNNs and LSTMs, Emoji/Keyword Extraction)

Use Machine Learning and Image manipulation to flag (((Jews)))

#jewdar:matrix.ordoevangelistarum.com

(Facial Landmarks, image CNNs, Dataset Gathering)

Instead of using "subliminal" methods, one must first understand using ML in an easier manner to target the enemy's foot soldiers.



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