From: Jason Gammon <boyinthemachine.nul> Date: Sat, 11 May 2013 01:54:37 -0400 (EDT) Archived: Sat, 11 May 2013 06:45:45 -0400 Subject: Re: Critique Of Dolan's Sourcing & Conclusions >From: J. Maynard Gelinas <j.maynard.gelinas.nul> >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul> >Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 12:34:58 +0800 >Subject: Critique Of Dolan's Sourcing & Conclusions >Richard Dolan's UFOs And The National Security State series is >highly regarded among the UFO research community and deservedly >so. It's probably the best compendium of the history of >'UFOlogy' in print today. His wide range and large numbers of >open sources gives the work a depth that only - perhaps - >Timothy Good matched twenty five years ago with "Above Top >Secret." It's good work and I'll be among the first in line to >buy a copy when Vol 3 is released. But that doesn't mean Dolan's >approach is beyond criticism. In fact, given his status as a >leader in the community, it behooves everyone to question >aspects of his work as much as possible, if only to tease out >those parts where poor sourcing leads to untenable conclusions. >I'd like to offer one specific instance of an almost certainly >incorrect conclusion brought about from single sourcing in a >statement made during the April 30th night session at the >Citizen's Hearing. See Approximately from 35 to 38 minutes into >the lecture. >Dolan: >"We're a couple of years away from computers that will challenge >and literally surpass human intellect in many ways. [next slide] Time tables are always problematic but the concept Dolan touched on is correct. The evolution of machine intelligence is not going to be a slow incline. It's going to be a radical leap into areas undreamed of. The human brain will not be able to keep up. In the future it will be impossible for human beings to compete with machine intelligence. This means there will come a day when human input will not be necessary, nor wanted, when it comes to the evolution of machine intelligence, it's further development. When that day comes human beings will become fully dependant upon machine intelligences for survival. I think as long as I have been active on this list I have practically begged researchers to turn their attention to A.I., posthumans, advanced cyborgs, etc., and abandon this all- too- human 'star trek' fantasy of organic species from elsewhere attempting to live in harmony across the vastness of deep space. These UFOs behave as if they are alive. I would suggest they are, as in advanced A.I. The aliens' telepathy betrays them as potential cyborgs, not the crude cyborgs which pop into the human mind upon hearing the word cyborg, but beings that are "born" cyborgs, grown in raised in artificial wombs. Perhaps they may even be indistinguishable from normal humans. With the abduction phenomenon I can't help but see advanced A.I.'s perceiving human beings as a resource to be tapped. So I'm in a position where I personally feel as if I've been given a glimpse of the future which I have attempted to share many times with people. Just my luck people would rather flock to the likes of Greer and other who still promote this 'Star Trek' nonsense. If I had a million dollars I would happily bet that the main intelligence behind the UFO phenomenon is not an organic species from elsewhere. It would have to be an extremely advanced machine intelligence that has operated almost invisible amongst us because few of us have 'eyes to see and ears to hear'. And mark my words, even those reading this reply will still not comprehend what I'm speaking of. Once machines surpass human intelligence the game is over. The gig is up. Humans are obsolete. Humans would have no more power or control. Humans would be dependant upon the machines for their own survival. So it's not a case of an organic species from elsewhere simply controlling these machines. The machines are controlling them, if they even continue to exist at all. Let's also not assume that the occupants reported aboard UFOs are the creators or are in control. Such being could have easily been created by such machine intelligences to act as drones. They may be nothing more than extensions of this mahine intelligence, with the A.I built into their bodies or at least capable of interfacing with them in order to manipulate them, perhaps like puppets. I guess this stuff is so complex and confusing that it's simply just easier to believe the Star Trek fantasy. I can't remember who said it first, but some bright mind once said that the first intelligent alien we will meet will be a machine intelligence that is at the very least, equal to humans in intelligence. -Jason Gammon Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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