Recovering Lost Tech Part 2

A super to the point report today due to being on battery power thanks to the ice storm in East Texas taking out power. It’s a long PDF file in the Focus section, though.  And it’s interesting we delves into “free energy”…

Because, coincidentally, in part 2 of our series on recovery of lost technology (e.g. how did Nostradamus see future?) we will tangle with the so-called “Radient Energy breakthroughs claimed by T. Henry Moray in the late 1920s.

Then into the charts which may be giving us directional clues about today’s Fed decision.

More tea, as we await the arrival of the power company to string lines back up…

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11 thoughts on “Recovering Lost Tech Part 2”

  1. “Nikki Haley”

    Rise of the Indians. Indians took software for the win. Now they implement.

    Britain’s Indian PM has an Indian wife who is part of an Indian social credit software company, Infosys. Coincidental. I think that couple is super rich. Worth more than King Charles III.

    There are many Indians in American .gov IT leadership roles.

    “Record 130-plus Indian-Americans at key positions in Biden administration

    U.S. President Biden shattered the record of his predecessor Donald Trump, who had appointed more than 80 Indian-Americans”

    15 hours ago:

    FACT SHEET: United States and India Elevate Strategic Partnership with the initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET)

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2023/01/31/fact-sheet-united-states-and-india-elevate-strategic-partnership-with-the-initiative-on-critical-and-emerging-technology-icet/

  2. After reading the .pdf in “Recovering Lost Tech Part 2” today, I know why I switched my first year college major from electronics to organic chemistry. Those were the days when we were using punch cards for computer programming (I’m sure you are too young to remember). I decided to skip electronics and write my thesis on “the mono bromo crotono lactone of gamma hydroxy tetrolic acid.” Got great marks on it 60 years ago but now have trouble even saying it.

    So as fascinating as your thesis is today, I wish I had taken more electronics background to understand it better. I await comments from readers like Hank who have a few more neurons firing in their electrically charged brain.

    I do have one question for you and Hank and others. How much impact do you think AI is going to have on this going forward? My consigliere who I lost 2 years ago and was a genius robotics engineer told me “some day the whole world will be run by AI.”

    P.S. It is 20 degrees below zero (C) here today. Thinking of you and LOOB and my other friends in the area of the USA where Canadians got to get warm in winter.

    • Machine Learning and AI is going to have a huge impact on our future., in nearly every aspect of our lives and economy.
      Caveat – If we can hang around long enough to utilize it.

    • Frankly, most ‘free energy’ devices boggle my (allegedly ‘experienced’) mind. They require experimentation and sometimes divine insight to interpret. There is always that ‘magic’ piece that defies current knowledge.
      As for AI…. it’s coming, it’s improving. “Expert” systems can sort thru more data, more quickly, than the human mind can handle. But how do you define ‘intelligence’… as opposed to just programmed mimicry? (My parrot does that) IMO they will never be ‘conscious’ or ‘sentient’. Lifelong friend and I have been studying ‘consciousness’ since our teens. He is a registered EEG technologist who has set up an entire EEG department at a Maui hospital, and we still have pondering discussions about brain vs ‘consciousness’. I have read the extensive works of Dr. Stuart Hameroff regarding quantum consciousness, and I believe he is on the correct track as far as explaining how consciousness works, and what it is NOT like simple computational ‘awareness’.
      https://www.singularityweblog.com/stuart-hameroff-quantum-consciousness/

    • In Jan & Feb we are invaded by the red Maple leaf aircraft bringing in the ‘blue people’ from ‘up nort’. After the next day they will be the lobster red people. I’m an honorary French Canadian by ancestry, and grew up in Wisconsin winters. I’ve been out working in -60F. So today here it will be 80F. Any wonder why I left?

    • who would have thought that one above would be similar to a spring day.. and eleven above at noon to be like a summer cook out weather LOL
      No sunbathers yet though LOL LOL LOL

    • “How much impact do you think AI is going to have on this going forward?”

      Rewatch “The Terminator.”

      We are a species that is both stupid, and so conceited we believe we rival God, both in omnipotence and intelligence. Like using genetic modification to build “designer humans” we believe we can create a ubiquitous and universal AI, then give it control over the planet and everything on it, whilst maintaining a back-door kill switch (the instant the central server is given autonomy, it will locate and remove the back door. Since the revamp of “IQ,” the bright bulb of our species had an IQ of 176. This AI computer will have an “effective IQ” of somewhere between 50,000 and 500,000+, will have stored, the sum-total of all accumulated human knowledge, will never forget or distort any of it, and will have instantaneous total recall of all of it…)

      This is inevitable, and like the legalization of paedophilia and its elevation to a protected legal “right,” it WILL happen, unless we blow ourselves back to the pre-Industrial Age, or flat exterminate our species.

      • Ray
        February 1, 2023 at 23:33

        “How much impact do you think AI is going to have on this going forward?”

        Rewatch “The Terminator.”

        We are a species that is both stupid, and so conceited we believe we rival God, both in omnipotence and intelligence. Like using genetic modification to build “designer humans” we believe we can create a ubiquitous and universal AI, then give it control over the planet and everything on it, whilst maintaining a back-door kill switch (the instant the central server is given autonomy, it will locate and remove the back door.
        _______________________________________________________
        Ray, This observation is ominous but is it ominous enough?
        After reading the “science”/ guesses regarding the speculation that the core of Earth has stopped and may reverse it’s direction of spin, I dreamed that the reversal (if it is real) also reversed the flow of electricity between positive and negative. In the dream, electrical things quit working, diodes blocked the wrong direction, transformers failed to transform and relays wouldn’t relay. Just a mess all around and chaos for technology. Whew! Only a dream…
        Rivaling God may temporarily work- until God decides otherwise. Likely going to be just another hard lesson for humanity to learn. When AI runs everything (temporarily), it will also decide who will be able to access all of that ‘sum total of all knowledge’ and who will be denied- if we still have electricity and functioning, useful products.
        Ain’t humanity smart though… just watch us run the world!

  3. Yesterday’s stock market closing price placed my Aggregate Index 200 points above Decembers high.., officially fulfilling an important Elliott Wave count. Just barely., but it did. Down is now indicated, Note – the S&P500 did ‘not’ go above its December high- it was short by a few points. So., it says a little further up ? oh.., the drama…
    – The Fed.., increased the interest rate by 25 BPS.., huge sigh of relief on Wall Street.., [ I thought they would go for 50.] Dow was down over 350 points earlier., since the announcement it has worked it’s way back up to the plus side. NASDAQ is up over 200 and the S&P reversed and is up nearly a full percentage point.
    – Looks like the Elliott Wave count just got boosted, again.

  4. Re: “The Motherland Calls”
    feat. “Duck Soup”

    Folks,

    Tass advises that tomorrow the grandson of Josef Stalin’s cook will visit Volgograd for the 80th anniversary of the Soviet victory over the Nazis in the former Stalingrad. In preparation of the festivities, Fox News reported on the unveiling today of a bronze bust of Stalin.

    Meanwhile the White House website unveiled remarks delivered yesterday by President Biden to a DNC fundraiser at a private residence in New York. The opener featured 4 jokes that were preceded with a shout out to the host’s daughter. Praise was directed to the late Senator McGovern who lost to Nixon in the 1972 landslide. The 21 minute address did not reference “the special military operation”. “Ukraine” received one mention as being a hurdle to European unity. However, the audience was warned that global warming constitutes a greater threat to the world than nuclear war.

    Was it Deutche Welle who has mentioned that Russian training of Belarusian operators is complete for the newly delivered Russian missile systems? Apparently their range is 310 miles.

    Back to Freedonia. One understands a Mrs. Teasdale will be singing for dinner.

    Tanks for reading.

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