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"Synthetic Intelligence and the Transmutation of Humankind
--A Roadmap to the Singularity and Beyond"

-by Wes Penre, 2016


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Chapter 2:


Building Machines and Robots from Inside Out

Nano means a billionth of something. The term nanotechnology could therefore, theoretically, refer to anything within technology where we work with particles a billionth of something; we are talking about particles on an atom level. In this book, however, we are more specific when we use the term nanotechnology. We are here discussing nanotechnology in terms of building humanlike machines from the atom level and up. Not only that, scientists working in this field are instructed to replicate biological humans as closely as possible when working with this technology. Then, there are other definitions of nanotechnology in addition to the above. Let’s examine two well-respected dictionaries, and we’ll begin with Merriam-Webster,

Simple Definition of Nanotechnology:

-       the science of working with atoms and molecules to build devices (such as robots) that are extremely small.

Full Definition of Nanotechnology:

-       the science of manipulating materials on an atomic or molecular scale especially to build microscopic devices (as robots)[1]

Now, let us take a look at the Cambridge Free English Dictionary definitions and compare,

-       the science of making extremely small devices the size of atoms and molecules an area of science that deals with developing and producing extremely small tools and machines by controlling the arrangement of separate atoms[2]

Not only is this technology used to build robots on the macro level; it’s also used to build robots directly on the nano level—robots that are a billionth in size compared with anything we can see on the macro level! Now we are talking about nanobots again: particles on a cellular level that are already put in our bloodstream.

The idea of being able to maneuver things, atom by atom, first became public in 1959 when scientist Richard Feynman said, “the principles of physics, as far as I can see, do not speak against the possibility of maneuvering things atom by atom."[3] He won the Nobel Prize in 1965. Feynman’s work then inspired scientists to expand on his work with the purpose of actually achieving what Feynman suggested was possible. Now, more than fifty years later, we can say with 100% certainty that Feynman was correct: science has to a large degree achieved that goal.

However, I want to alert the reader that it’s all a dog-and-pony show because this technology is millions or perhaps even billions of years old and extraterrestrial in its origin. The exponential technological development we have experienced over the last 150 years does not originate from the minds of some brilliant scientists who came up with ideas out of nowhere; the technology was given to them in dream state or directly by the AIF. Some scientists have probably been more aware than others that they have had outside sources helping them to come up with their most brilliant inventions. Nikola Tesla, the ingenious scientist in the early twentieth century, who developed free energy and invented things that could have been very useful to mankind if he hadn’t been stopped by the Controllers, admitted openly that he had help from extraterrestrials.[4]

The entire idea of nanotechnology is to have the atomic building block self-replicate. This is being experimented on and has, to some degree, already been accomplished. Not all of it is out in public yet; they don’t want to reveal everything at once because every revelation must be followed by an action, and if the world isn’t ready for the action, certain revelations have to wait. The multi-billion AI Industry knows this all too well, and IBM—a giant in developing AI—agrees wholeheartedly. IBM states that new technology usually rather comes in short steps than giant leaps, and this is for many reasons.[5]

Because of self-replication capabilities, nanotechnology in the long term will be cheap. Scientists who have followed Feynman’s line of thinking know that everything from the smallest particle up to the largest robot can, with atoms artificially put in the right sequence, self-replicate. This certainly sounds as science-fiction to many, but later in this book, we will see that our media are already exposing this near future possibility. J. Storrs Hall[6] explains in more detail how this works. I know it’s a little technical, but I want to show how mRNA (messenger RNA), transferring the information from the DNA/genes in living organisms to specify certain gene expressions, is required in order to achieve this goal of self-replication:

Ribosomes[7] manufacture all the proteins used in all living things on this planet. A typical ribosome is relatively small (a few thousand cubic nanometers) and is capable of building almost any protein by stringing together amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) in a precise linear sequence. To do this, the ribosome has a means of grasping a specific amino acid (more precisely, it has a means of selectively grasping a specific transfer RNA, which in turn is chemically bonded by a specific enzyme to a specific amino acid), of grasping the growing polypeptide, and of causing the specific amino acid to react with and be added to the end of the polypeptide[9].

The instructions that the ribosome follows in building a protein are provided by mRNA (messenger RNA). This is a polymer formed from the four bases adenine, cytosine, guanine, and uracil. A sequence of several hundred to a few thousand such bases codes for a specific protein. The ribosome "reads" this "control tape" sequentially, and acts on the directions it provides.


The assembler[8] requires a detailed sequence of control signals, just as the ribosome requires mRNA to control its actions. Such detailed control signals can be provided by a computer.

In other words, the technology is already here to have machines—both on the nano level and macro level—self-replicating. This is a very important step toward the Singularity.

The above is of course a very simplistic way of defining nanotechnology because it’s so much more complicated than this, but I am trying to be as non-technical as possible. Those who want to learn more on a scientific level can find many good scientific references on the Internet.

Now that we have covered the basics, it’s time to see what mainstream media are telling us about nanotechnology and its progress in the scientific community.

Nanotechnology in the Media

In a report from RT (Russia Today) at the beginning of 2015, in an article titled Enter the Matrix, two scientists were interviewed, explaining what allegedly are the latest results from their research into how hair-thin fiber optic cables—each thin cable having seven different channels and functions—can be inserted into the brain and interact with the neurological system in humans.[9] The application of this, claims a female scientist, is to, for example, cure neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. By inserting fiber cables into the brain and have those interact with the neurological pathways, it will be possible either to cure Alzheimer’s, or, at the least, make such persons much more functional.

This sounds as if it is a good idea, but the reporter is clever and asks some good questions. The first thing that came to his mind, apparently, was the similarities to The Matrix Series, where cables were inserted into peoples’ brains, upon which they could experience a virtual reality where anything is possible—even to bypass the laws of physics, as we know them from modern science. He asks the scientist if this technique can be used for mind-control. The scientist laughs it off and says that the technique they are developing is too simplistic to be used for mind control, but in the future we will probably be able to do it! Is she implying that science is going in that direction? If it was a slip of the tongue or not is difficult to say, but either way, she is acknowledging that in the future we will have the ability to mind control people with nanotechnology.

The main reason I am bringing up this particular report is because it was released in the early part of 2015, and in comparison to what would be exposed just about five to six months later in mainstream media, this report was quite premature, although not insignificant.

As a side note; I don’t know who was starting to use the word Matrix as a term for the physical universe, when the word actually means “Mother,” as in the Creatrix of the Universe. Ma stands for Mother and trix can perhaps easiest be explained as a female suffix, as in Creatrix. Matrix has now become such a common term for En.ki’s physical universe that everybody has adopted it.

Nanotechnology and Fertility

In a separate chapter, we are going to delve deeper into how the media are promoting nanotechnology and AI to the public with the purpose to give us the impression that this technology can benefit us in major ways. Nonetheless, I want to give the reader some examples of how nanotechnology already now is going to be used in the medical field to enhance our standard of living. They make it all sound good, and indeed, some of this technology will have beneficial effects on people who suffer and in other ways have issues they want to resolve, such as infertility. Much of this information will appeal to people who either have the conditions themselves or know somebody else who does.

Because of different factors, such as chemicals, GMO food, chemtrails, and radiation from nuclear “accidents,” secret testing of nuclear weapons, poisoning of the planet, and other secret projects that the Administrators and their minions in the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) are conducting on the planet and on mankind, fertility in both men and women has been affected. Couples who wish to have children sometimes spend a fortune trying everything possible in the medical field in order for the woman to become pregnant. At times it works, other times it does not. Fewer and fewer people can have children of their own; men’s sperms are becoming useless in more and more cases, and women in their most fertile age can’t make the sperm stick to the egg, or they have miscarriages.

We are told that research has been done in this field, and people are holding their breath, hoping a breakthrough is on the horizon. Lo and behold! In spite of many skeptics’ pessimistic predictions that something revolutionary will develop anytime soon in this field, a breakthrough may now be just around the corner; at least, if the infertility is on the male’s end. If the woman is fertile, but the man has slow-swimming sperms (which is the most common reason for infertility [see article excerpt below]), what may be one solution is now presented in the media. The Daily Mail published an article from January 13, 2006 that read,

Microscopic machines propel slow swimming sperm toward the egg

…One of five men have been diagnosed with slow swimmers, which makes low sperm motility a leading cause of infertility.

Artificial insemination and reproduction technologies are options, but the average success rate is under 30 percent.

In order to beat the odds, a group of researchers are developing spermbots, which could act as a motor that pushes the sperm towards the egg.

Researchers from the Institute for Integrative Nanosciences at IFW Dresden used a tiny magnet, made of titanium and nickel, to create the metal helices.

The coil is just big enough to wrap around the tail of the sperm and mimics a microscopicmotor by propelling the sperm to the egg with the use of a rotating magnetic field.

After the sperm makes contact with an egg, it wiggles itself inside and out of the spermbot.

Researchers have reported success during testing, as the spermbots have shown they can be directed to slide one the sperm’s tail and travel to the egg in a petri dish.

Even though the devices are in early stages, researchers have noted they ‘are not overly harmful to sperm’.

But ultimately further testing has to be done to determine how safe they are for human subjects and how effective it will be for patients.

During this process, a women’s [sic] eggs are removed from her ovaries with a needled [sic], then fertilized in a petri dish and then transferred back to the uterus or a surrogate’s a few days later.[10]

My point with this is not to show the current success rate, despite many people’s excitement about this, but to expose where science in general is heading these days, which is toward robotic solutions to human problems. Nanotechnology is the cornerstone of what will become the Singularity in about thirty years, if Kurzweil’s prediction is correct. Kurzweil claims that the Singularity will be accomplished by 2045.

In the meantime, they have to put hope in the general population for the future of this generation and the next. People in general want a world without disease, with vitality and a long life (some would even vote for immortality, if possible). I know this, the reader knows this, and of course, the Overlords know this. An imperative part of the propaganda machine is to convince people that science has the answers to their problems.

Although spokespersons for the AI Movement (Kurzweil being my example of choice out of many other spokespersons) suggest a balanced discussion, fear of death and long-term painful diseases will make many people blind to the negative side of the Singularity and embrace an eternal, vital life in the physical plane to avoid death and not being sure what is going to happen afterward—if anything. The Controllers want the population to believe that the Utopia that has almost forever been the Holy Grail of the oppressed masses will now come true. To make people believe that we are about to achieve health and eternal life, a huge propaganda machine needs to be set up, while the real planning is taking place in secret, behind locked doors. Besides promoting a solution that people want, they also have to make things worse in the world in order to win over the fence-sitters. This is one of the reasons why authorities create severe environmental issues, mind-controlled people to do school and mall shootings in random places, instigate wars and viral diseases, create cancer or enhance cancer risk, in addition to taking other undesirable and fearmongering actions. The general population has a difficult time grasping how the government they think they have voted in can commit such destructive and insane acts, when these acts are obviously putting the entire future of mankind in jeopardy. Most people, however, just wonder about these issues in silence, or briefly discuss them with family and friends. Then it stops there. When people mention it to others, the fear mechanism is triggered in the others, and a snowball effect sometimes takes place. This is, of course, part of the plan. The goal with a propaganda program is typically to create fear, but after the initial fearmongering , they want us to do the main job, which is to spread the fear amongst each other; it works better than a fast-spreading virus.

When enough fear and chaos has been purposely perpetrated, it’s time to come up with the solution, which in the long term is the Singularity.

Many readers have probably heard of the following formula, applied on the masses by the Controllers, but I’ll repeat it here because it’s so important to understand; it works on us like a charm. The formula looks like this: problem-reaction-solution. The authorities (the Emissaries) create a problem that people don’t know was purposely created by them (e.g. the environmental issues mentioned above); then there is a reaction from the public that the authorities must do something about it. Finally, the authorities come up with the solution to the problem that they themselves initiated. The solution is always a further push toward the Global Agenda—a step in the progress that would have been hard to accomplish if the fear button in the population hadn’t been pushed first. This formula is brilliant because it has more than one application. By demanding that the government or some other authority solves the problem, we also give our power away, which makes them stronger and us weaker; they draw energy/life force from the rest of us, which is the definition of vampirism.

For those who want to read more extensively about nanotechnology and the agenda from a scientific viewpoint, just to know how they think, there is a great 400-page summary in something titled The NBIC Report (which stands for Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Information Technology and Cognitive Science). It comes out of the Netherland and is a compilation of many authors writing on these subjects and was written in 2003. It can be downloaded in PDF at the following web address, http://www.wtec.org/ConvergingTechnologies/Report/NBIC_report.pdf

[3] "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom," a talk by Richard Feynman (awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965) at an annual meeting of the American Physical Society given on December 29, 1959. Reprinted in "Miniaturization", edited by H. D. Gilbert (Reinhold, New York, 1961) pages 282-296.

[7] The ribosome … is a complex molecular machine found within all living cells, that serves as the site of biological protein synthesis (translation). Ribosomes link amino acids together in the order specified by messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules. Ribosomes consist of two major components: the small ribosomal subunit, which reads the RNA, and the large subunit, which joins amino acids to form a polypeptide chain. Each subunit is composed of one or more ribosomal RNA (rRNA) molecules and a variety of proteins. The ribosomes and associated molecules are also known as the translational apparatus. [Wikipedia]

[8] [The assembler is a] device having a submicroscopic robotic arm under computer control. It will be capable of holding and positioning reactive compounds in order to control the precise location at which chemical reactions take place. This general approach should allow the construction of large atomically precise objects by a sequence of precisely controlled chemical reactions, building objects molecule by molecule. If designed to do so, assemblers will be able to build copies of themselves, that is, to replicate. [http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/secret_projects/project207.htm]


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