Monthly Archives: February 2017

A tax savings plan on the back of mental enslavement

Cross, recross, and uncross various positive and negative stimuli in a way that all positive and negative stimuli end up serving as psychologically identical sources of “stick and carroting” or “horse training” humans. The problem is that people are too … Continue reading

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A machine-trainied neurotech risk associated with potentially viral aspects of such an approach

If you don’t think the way we want you to think when we want you to think it, or think about what we want you to think about when we want you to think about it, then … whatever you … Continue reading

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How to motivate well-intended people

You’re basically a terrorist if you do not volunteer, at any time whatsoever requested, to fix things. In failing to fix things that are not your job, and failing to do so for nothing whatsoever, you’re basically responsible for those … Continue reading

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Glossary sample: Cognitive Liberty

Cognitive liberty is the right to control one’s own mental processes.   If, 20 years ago, people had thought there was even a 1% probability that such a term would have relevance in 2017, I believe that there would have … Continue reading

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Intent and justice

My understanding is that intent is the main determinant of guilt, not outcomes. Some exceptions exist for criminal negligence, where someone was entrusted with a certain responsibility that they failed to perform. This is a very narrow class of situations … Continue reading

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Proposal for police exercise

Go into a public area with a fair number of people. Imagine oneself being influenced by a mind influencing technology. Consider what influences might present themselves to mislead in quality of service. Then, discuss in groups.

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Association with influence or power as a means of achieving personal progress

A.k.a. “Brainwashing large numbers of people and undermining major societal institutions in the same act”   Here are some examples of ways that one can achieve personal progress by associating oneself with influence or power. Ex. 1) When threatening people, try to … Continue reading

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Another way to present the high risk potential for the mental enslavement of humanity

The pathway to the loss of language to be replaced by centralized communications methods where some “government” literally takes care of the inconvenience of thing for yourself Program a BCI so that whenever you are reading, numerous additional difficulties are … Continue reading

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How to help someone by getting in their way

Surround them with barriers. Then, upon observing which barrier they wish to surmount, ensure to double those barriers, or perhaps tar the barrier with barbed wire, corrosive materials, etc. This will ensure that whatever choice they make, they really want. … Continue reading

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A statement on how academics contributes to both virtue and excellence

From We Are Arrogant – We hold On to Our Old Beliefs on the Gains of Trade at ProMarket.org. One of the things I like about academia is that scholarships breed virtuous behavior. What do we do? Strive for excellence … Continue reading

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