Here is an example of what I call Synthetic Synchronicity. In 2004 Tom Hanks starred in a Movie called Terminal. Plot " Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks) arrives at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, only to find that his passport is suddenly no longer valid due to the outbreak of a civil war in his homeland Russia. As a result, the United States no longer recognizes Krakozhia as a sovereign nation, and he is not permitted to either enter the country or return home.
This fictional movie storyline is very remarkably similar to Edward Snowden real life story playing out on the physical world stage or is this simply a real world script playing out designed to implement a new world order agenda? Anyway it seems that Snowden who has been charged with espionage by US federal prosecutor and currently remains in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport transit zone after he left Hong Kong for Russia. Is this an example of synthetic synchronicity providing us with yet another example of how our reality is well scripted and well choreographed by those that presume to run this world.
Kurzweil, 64, was only brought on to Google late last year, but that hasn’t stopped him from making headlines already. During a conference in New York City, the company’s director of engineering said that the growth of biotechnology is so quickly paced that that he predicts our lives will be drastically different in just a few decades. And that desperately needs to happen in order to keep this 3rd Dimensional plane functional. What we are looking at is a system overhaul – new system new software programs same agenda complete and total control of your essence.
Now according to Kurzweil, humans will soon be able to upload their entire brains onto computers. After then, other advancements won’t be too far behind.
Lets look at Synthetic telepathy or “Artificial Telepathy” it is the art of electronically transferring thought directly to and from a brain. The primary objectives are to expose technology that can provide point to point communication from one brain to another, to localize unwanted sources of telepathic communication, and to provide evidence that technologically implemented telepathy is possible.
Technology to block unwanted voices is being investigated. A key objective is to prove the existence of criminals who abuse existing synthetic telepathy technology. Further objectives include investigating other computational substrates than brain tissue.
Augementing Our World
The basic idea of augmented reality is to superimpose graphics, audio and other sensory enhancements over a real-world environment in real time. Sounds pretty simple. Besides, haven't television networks been doing that with graphics for decades? However, augmented reality is more advanced than any technology you've seen in television broadcasts. Next-generation augmented-reality systems will display graphics for each viewer's perspective.
Back in early 2012, before the world had heard of Google Glass, the tech world was ablaze with rumours that the search giant was beavering away on augmented reality goggles. As the days went by, it was clear that not only was this true, but that Google's dream of wearable technology was far, far closer to release than anyone would have guessed.
Roll forward just over a year and the first versions are in the hands of developers who went into a lottery to fork out $1,500 for their own pair of spectacles. But what exactly is Google Glass? Why is it attracting all this attention and what are the implications - both good and bad - of having a Google-eye view of the world?
Google Glass is an attempt to free data from desktop computers and portable devices like phones and tablets, and place it right in front of your eyes.
Essentially, Google Glass is a camera, display, touchpad, battery and microphone built into spectacle frames so that you can perch a display in your field of vision, film, take pictures, search and translate on the go.
The principle is one that has been around for years in science fiction, and more recently it's become a slightly clunky reality. In fact, the "heads-up display" putting data in your field of vision became a reality as early as 1900 when the reflector sight was invented. Alternating reality as we know it!