Pocket Supercomputers, a Stargate to Your Very Own Digital Synapse

Updates: 1/10/15; 2/27/15

Mobile is Eating the World

The following information is from “Mobile is Eating the World”, compiled by Benedict Evans of Andreessen Horowitz, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm with $4.2 billion under management.

APPLE, THE MINORITY SMARTPHONE PLAYER, IS TAKING OVER THE ENTIRE PC INDUSTRY

APPLE, THE MINORITY SMARTPHONE PLAYER, IS TAKING OVER THE ENTIRE PC INDUSTRY ALL BY ITSELF WITHOUT THE HELP OF GOOGLE/ANDROID (NAME THAT SAYS IT ALL IF THERE EVER WAS ONE)

THE SMARTPHONE INDUSTRY DWARFS PCs, 4 BILLION PEOPLE BUYING EVERY 2 YEARS

THE SMARTPHONE INDUSTRY DWARFS PCs WITH 4 BILLION PEOPLE BUYING EVERY 2 YEARS

SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS ARE NOW CLOSE TO HALF OF THE GLOBAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS ARE NOW CLOSE TO HALF OF THE GLOBAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE NOT CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET VIA A SMART PHONE HAS DECREASED BY 70% SINCE 1995

THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE NOT CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET VIA A SMARTPHONE HAS DECREASED BY 70% SINCE 1995

BY 2020 THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE WITH A SMARTPHONE WILL REACH 80%

BY 2020 THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE WITH A SMARTPHONE WILL REACH 80%. I DOUBT THERE ARE REALLY 7 BILLION PLUS PEOPLE ON THIS “PLANET”, BUT NO DOUBT THE PERCENTAGES ARE ACCURATE HERE AS THEY OBVIOUSLY WANT ONE OF THESE IN EVERY SINGLE LIVING PAIR OF HANDS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

Some additional and equally staggering facts highlighted in the presentation include:

  • An estimated 1.5 trillion text messages per year are now sent via global SMS
  • On the iphone launch weekend, Apple sold 25x more CPU transistors than were in all the PCs on Earth in 1995
  • A new iphone CPU has 625x more transistors than a 1995 Pentium; a literal super computer in your pocket
  • 80 billion consumer photos were taken on film in 1999; this year 800 billion photos were shared on social networks
  • The utility of mobile increases as income falls; Sub-Saharan Africa has been selected to experience a mobile boom and are leading the planned and inevitable world transition to smartphone payment systems (credit/debit cards were only a normalizing sub-phase within the transition to a cashless society)

The Silicon Valley conclusion:

There is no point in drawing a distinction between the future of technology and the future of mobile. They are the same.

Peter Diamandis, co-founder and chairmen of Singularity University, projects his own desires on to this explosive growth trend by stating:

Our desire for the most powerful, newest tech in our pocket is the beginning of a symbiotic merger between human and machine.

Diamandis seems to hardly be able to contain his excitement when pointing out the insidiously stealth-like nature in which your smartphone and its sensor/smartgrid nexus will “inflitrate” you, your business, your family, and every aspect of your life.

Sensors are the real magic. The growing suite of sensors in our phones is extending our abilities, slowly making us superhuman. The smartphone is our future JARVIS, making us future Tony Starks.

Pocket Supercomputers, a Stargate to your very own Digital Synapse

This information is all a bit dry, however I bring it up in light of what I observed to be the emergence of a new phase in the solidification of the delusional hallucination concept previously explored in the Skeleton Key post, a subtle progression of the videodrome signal realized via the Black Magicians’ holly-wood spell casts. Specifically this tactic appears to utilize the smartphone as a character of its own, rather than as a part of the audience’s normally passive viewing experience, where the actor uses the smartphone as an external prop (as most would currently perceive the surely harmless use of their own smartphone on a day-to-day basis). I am still grappling with how to explain my observation of this phenomena in words, though I suppose for now it will suffice to propose that during these scenes it is as if a metaphorical switch is flipped in my perceptive awareness, such that it activates an otherwise dormant yet always evolving digital synapse. Direct observation of this delusional hallucination allows one to experience their own burgeoning transhuman insanity in real time.

I first noticed this phenomena towards the middle of Chef (2014). As you will see below the audience is shown the digital image from a smartphone on the movie screen itself rather than as a close up of the image of the smartphone and its screen in the actor’s hands. This is a subtle yet potentially transformative shift in tactics (apologies to the reader, GIFs or actual clips would better illustrate my point here but I hope the screen shots will be adequate).

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MOBILE TWITTER IMAGE PROJECTED DIRECTLY ON TO THE REEL OF THE VIEWERS SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, AS IF YOU THE VIEWER ARE INSIDE THE CHARACTERS AWARENESS LOOKING AT THE SCREEN AND TYPING. THIS FORCES YOUR AWARENESS TO INSTANTLY SHIFT TO THE WAY YOUR MIND FUNCTIONS WHEN USING A SMARTPHONE SCREEN, WHICH IS DISTINCT FROM NORMAL BIO RESONANT PROCESSING, ALBIET A VERY SUBTLE DISTINCTION, AT LEAST FOR NOW

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FACEBOOK PAGE IS LIKEWISE PROJECTED ON TO THE REEL OF THE VIEWERS SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, AS IF THE AUDIENCE WERE VIEWING ITS OWN FACEBOOK PAGE IN THIS MOMENT. AT THIS POINT WE CAN IMAGINE BIZARRO PERMUTATIONS SUCH AS THIS IMAGE CAUSING THE AUDIENCE MEMBER TO CHECK THEIR OWN FACEBOOK PAGE ON THEIR OWN SMARTPHONE WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY PERFORMING THE SAME ACT AS THE CHARACTER ON THE SCREEN

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IN THIS SCENE THE TWITTER IMAGE ATTACHED TO THE REAL TIME, REAL WORLD EVENT OF DRIVING THE FOOD TRUCK ACTUALLY MORPHS INTO A BIRD AND FLIES AWAY – COMPLETE WITH BIRD CHIRPS – AS IF THE TWEET HAD ACTUALLY MANIFESTED INTO PHYSICAL REALITY WHEN IT WAS SENT. THIS REINFORCES THE “REALNESS” OF TWITTER AND THE DEVICE IT WAS ACCESSED ON

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AT THE END OF THE MOVIE WE SEE THE MAIN CHARACTER LEARN HIS MOST VALUABLE LESSON IN THIS “HEARTWARMING” SCENE, A LESSON WHICH HE MIGHT NOT HAVE REALIZED WITHOUT THE SMARTPHONE OR HIS SON’S MASTERY OF IT, OR SO WE ARE LED TO BELIEVE, AS USUAL

This same phenomena is also heavily featured in Men, Women & Children (2014). Reader beware, this film is truly disgusting for a wide variety reasons: (1) while totally irrelevant to the plot it manages to reinforce the perceived legitimacy of Carl Sagan, an infinite universe, space travel, really all of NASA, and then 9/11 for good measure; (2) with its tone the film somehow manages to present our collective sexual and emotional insanity – up to and including porn addiction/masturbation, teenage pregnancy, cheating and divorce, vanity and celebrity, lack of morals, eating disorders, and substance abuse, among others – as a normal yet unfortunate state of affairs that can’t be avoided; and (3) it manages to paint the lone parental voice raising concerns about the pitfalls of technology on her child’s life as a certifiable lunatic whom ultimately morphs into a villian, which is of course designed to subconsciously preempt via characiture anyone attempting the common sense exploration of these issues.

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THE VIEWER IS PRESENTED WITH THE REAL TIME DIGITAL EXPERIENCE OF EVERY STUDENT IN THE HALLWAY. WHILE UNFORTUNATELY WE ALL KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE THAT PEOPLE ARE INCREASINGLY LOST IN THEIR SMARTPHONES, FORCING THE AWARENESS OF THE VIEWER TO VISUALLY PROCESS THESE IMAGES IN A WAY THAT SOLIDIFIES THEIR OWN DIGITAL WORLD IS A NEW PHENOMENA

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LIKE IN CHEF, THE IMAGE OF THE TEXT MESSAGE IS PROJECTED DIRECTLY ON TO THE REEL OF THE VIEWERS SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, AS IF YOU THE VIEWER ARE INSIDE THE CHARACTERS AWARENESS LOOKING AT THE SCREEN AND IMAGINING A SIMILAR SITUATION WHEN YOU HAD TO THINK HARD TO COME UP WITH A RESPONSE TO AN AWKWARD TEXT, FACIAL EXPRESSION AND ALL

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LIKEWISE FOR THIS SCENE, AS THE VIEWER I AM IMAGINING MY OWN HANDS TYPING THE MESSAGE ON A SMARTPHONE AND CLICKING SEND, COMPLETE WITH THE MUNDANE IMPATIENCE OF WAITING FOR THE SEND BAR TO FINISH LOADING

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WHEN THE TYPING OR MOUSE-CLICKING IS SHOWN IN REAL TIME THIS VIEWER FOUND HIMSELF VISCERALLY IMAGINING FINGERS STRIKING THE LETTERS OF A KEYBOARD, ALBIET IN A SUBTLE, ALMOST LESS THAN CONSCIOUS MANNER OF SPEAKING

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HERE THE VIEWER HAS A SIMILARLY VISCERAL EXPERIENCE WITH COMPUTER SCREEN PICTURES PROJECTED DIRECTLY ON THE SCREEN RIGHT NEXT TO THE CHARACTER’S EYES, WHOM THE AUDIENCE IS ESSENTIALLY TRANSFERRING ITS AWARENESS TO IN THAT MOMENT, IMAGINING ITSELF STARING AT ITS OWN COMPUTER SCREEN

As I stated above, during these scenes it is as if a metaphorical switch is flipped in my perceptive awareness, such that it activates an otherwise dormant yet always evolving digital synapse. By deduction I would guess that this etheric media torrent (fully loaded with mystery school content as an added bonus) was downloaded into my awareness when I was first exposed to a flashing screen as a child. The experience is one of premonition more than anything else, meaning it is as if this visual technique takes my awareness to a place where perceiving the screen – normally the retina of the mind’s eye in that moment anyway – acts as a temporary virtual vortex that sucks my awareness to a point within the time line of the etheric digital synapse thought form where my awareness is perceiving the digital world as fully merged with my vision. Embedding smartphone imagery into the movie screen itself further crystalizes the formation of the audience’s own digital synapse, a sort of self-reinforcing magick time loop.

More broadly this tactic seems to take the currently nebulous state of the delusional hallucination within the collective subconscious to the point of solidification, designed to evoke imagery that will surround a future point in time when the JARVIS smartphones merge with the urban smartgrids. Viewing the imagery associated with smartphones as a distinct image on the movie screen itself is conditioning the audience for an “inevitable” upgrade to their field of vision, a field that will perceive the digital hallucination as a part of physical reality: indeed, in this scenario collective imagination will perceive it as more real than reality itself. The smartphone, your very own pocket supercomputer, is a stargate to this future.

Step inside the wormhole, YOU(R)-TUBE:

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Or perhaps I am reading too much into this?

Update 1/10/15: Iphone Separation Linked to Physiological Anxiety, Poor Cognitive Performance

The results from our study suggest that iPhones are capable of becoming an extension of our selves such that when separated, we experience a lessening of ‘self’ and a negative physiological state

The “researchers” (this term should be scoffed at) conclude that iPhone users should avoid parting with their phones during daily situations that involve a great deal of attention, such as taking tests, sitting in conferences or meetings, or completing important work assignments, as it could result in poorer cognitive performance on those tasks.

Resistance is futile.

Update 2/27/15: Modern Family – Season 6, Episode 6 – “Connection Lost” (indeed). This entire episode is set from the perspective of a character viewing a computer screen. I have to tip my cap to these programmers, they are skilled at what they do.

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8 thoughts on “Pocket Supercomputers, a Stargate to Your Very Own Digital Synapse

    • Thanks man, I know this is your wheelhouse so feel free to continue adding anything you find interesting. I’m in the early stages of a post that will demolish cybernetics so this is timely. I’m about half-way through the first link. It’s tough for me to sit and listen to these clowns for more than 15 minutes at a time but I know they will give some stuff away, which I’m sure is why you examine it all in the first place. The part about them starting to use telephone system lingo to describe the brain had me cracking up. Also because I cannot help but notice these things the MIT Labs logo is a square and compass, so obviously they are on the level as it were. Zing!

      • i know what you mean about it being tough to watch these asshats spout their nonsense; but the absurdity of it all keeps me coming back for more.

        it blows my mind that people can’t see through this bull science.

    • Speaking of the Scottish Rite, in addition to weaponizing cultural anthropology through Mead and Gregor(y) Bateson (nice one), they also funded Dr. Rick Strassman’s DMT “research”, a fact conveniently ignored or explained away by those amenable to the neo-shamanist psychedelic rhetoric.

      Also it is amusing that Sir Patrick Bateson is now in the family tree carrying on the great work and defending his forefathers, perhaps we were given a metaphor for the modus operandi of the Royal Society through the “fictional” American Psycho serial killer Patrick Bateman?

      I think it is unlikely that you have not come across this excellent documentary given all of your research so far, but it’s a great primer for anyone else that wants to get started in the topics we are discussing here:

  1. It could get really difficult to distinguish reality from fiction soon. Especially when introduced to tech like this, as a toddler or infant. Its almost like a new layer to the holographic situation we are in now, is in the process of being applied. Makes one wonder about Teslas comments on the reality he was experiencing.

    “If he thought of an object it would appear before him exhibiting the appearance of solidity and massiveness. So greatly did these visions possess the attributes of actual objects that it was usually difficult for him to distinguish between vision and reality. This abnormal faculty functioned in a very useful fashion in his school work with mathematics.”
    http://www.teslauniverse.com/nikola-tesla/articles/miracle-mind-nikola-tesla

    • Hey PB, for whatever reason I missed this comment when you made it so my apologies for this way overdue reply. There is so much conflicting information on Tesla that it’s hard to discern fact from fiction, but that was a really interesting link with some heavy magickal undertones.

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