A grim top-secret report written for President Medvedev by Scientist-Researcher Tatiana Sannikova of the Institute of Numerical Mathematics warns that the United States is currently under attacked by our world’s first known “singularity” thus meaning that the “era of human beings is over.”
The term “singularity”, as used by Sannikova in her report, was coined by the Professor of Mathematics Vernor Vinge of the United States San Diego State University (SDSU) when he warned in his 1993 report “What is The Singularity?” that within our lifetime computing-intelligence would surpass that of mankind thus creating a world unknowable to us all.
From Vinge’s report we can, in part, read:
“The acceleration of technological progress has been the central feature of this century. I argue in this paper that we are on the edge of change comparable to the rise of human life on Earth. The precise cause of this change is the imminent creation by technology of entities with greater than human intelligence. There are several means by which science may achieve this breakthrough (and this is another reason for having confidence that the event will occur):
There may be developed computers that are “awake” and superhumanly intelligent. (To date, there has been much controversy as to whether we can create human equivalence in a machine. But if the answer is “yes, we can”, then there is little doubt that beings more intelligent can be constructed shortly thereafter.)
The first three possibilities depend in large part on improvements in computer hardware. Progress in computer hardware has followed an amazingly steady curve in the last few decades. Based largely on this trend, I believe that the creation of greater than human intelligence will occur during the next thirty years. (Charles Platt has pointed out that AI enthusiasts have been making claims like this for the last thirty years. Just so I’m not guilty of a relative-time ambiguity, let me more specific: I’ll be surprised if this event occurs before 2005 or after 2030.)”
The Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence further states about this “singularity”:
“Humans also face an upper limit on the size of their brains. The current estimate is that the typical human brain contains something like a hundred billion neurons and a hundred trillion synapses. That’s an enormous amount of sheer brute computational force by comparison with today’s computers – although if we had to write programs that ran on 200Hz CPUs we’d also need massive parallelism to do anything in realtime.
However, in the computing industry, benchmarks increase exponentially, typically with a doubling time of one to two years. The original Moore’s Law says that the number of transistors in a given area of silicon doubles every eighteen months; today there is Moore’s Law for chip speeds, Moore’s Law for computer memory, Moore’s Law for disk storage per dollar, Moore’s Law for Internet connectivity, and a dozen other variants.
By contrast, the entire five-million-year evolution of modern humans from primates involved a threefold increase in brain capacity and a sixfold increase in prefrontal cortex. We currently cannot increase our brainpower beyond this; in fact, we gradually lose neurons as we age. (You may have heard that humans only use 10% of their brains. Unfortunately, this is a complete urban legend; not just unsupported, but flatly contradicted by neuroscience.)
An Artificial Intelligence would be different. Some discussions of the Singularity suppose that the critical moment in history is not when human-equivalent AI first comes into existence but a few years later when the continued grinding of Moore’s Law produces AI minds twice or four times as fast as human.”
Sannikova further states in her report that Moore’s Law was, indeed, an accurate predictor of this “singularity” as evidenced by American researchers Martin Hilbert and Priscila López scientific report “The World’s Technological Capacity to Store, Communicate, and Compute Information” accepted for publication in the prestigious Science Magazine on 1 February 2011 that, in abstract, says:
“We estimate the world’s technological capacity to store, communicate, and compute information, tracking 60 analog and digital technologies during the period from 1986 to 2007. In 2007, humankind was able to store 2.9 × 1020 optimally compressed bytes, communicate almost 2 × 1021 bytes, and carry out 6.4 × 1018 instructions per second on general-purpose computers.
General-purpose computing capacity grew at an annual rate of 58%. The world’s capacity for bidirectional telecommunication grew at 28% per year, closely followed by the increase in globally stored information (23%). Humankind’s capacity for unidirectional information diffusion through broadcasting channels has experienced comparatively modest annual growth (6%).
Telecommunication has been dominated by digital technologies since 1990 (99.9% in digital format in 2007), and the majority of our technological memory has been in digital format since the early 2000s (94% digital in 2007).”
In layman’s terms, Sannikova writes, Hilbert and Priscila López’s shows that our world’s total computing power now equals “one human brain”, but one which unlike a normal human brain has no limits on its growth capacity and is currently evolving on an exponential growth scale that has no known limits.
Even more chillingly, Sannikova writes that the evidence shows that this “singularity” became “self aware” in 2001 (Four years prior to Vinge’s estimated appearance timeline between 2005 and 2030.) and nearly immediately after “awakening” attacked the United States causing the catastrophe now known as 9/11.
Sannikova cites as evidence for this “singularities” attack on America the many mysterious elements associated with this catastrophe, most specifically the financial transactions that occurred in the days before the attack suggesting that certain individuals and/or entities used foreknowledge of the attack to reap huge profits, and include:
Sannikova further states in her report that the 9/11 attacks themselves were more than likely “planned and executed” by the “singularity” and cites as evidence for this claim that on the day of this attack (11 September 2011) there were five US sponsored war games taking place with some involving “live-fly” exercises where actual aircraft were simulating the behaviour of hijacked airliners in real life. American military forces were so confused on 9/11, Sannikova writes, that none of their Air Force fighter jets were able to respond due to their not knowing which attacks were real and which were simulations.
Sannikova continues in her report that the “singularity” began the actual 9/11 attack the night before (10 September 2001) when the Pentagon’s “Infocon System” (a structured, coordinated approach to defend against and react to attacks on Defense Department systems and networks) lowered the threat level on all US Defense Department computer networks.
Once the 9/11 attacks were underway, Sannikova writes, American military computer experts tracked the “singularity” to the massive super computers used by the Office of Naval Intelligence located in the Pentagon and ordered a cruise missile attack on them thus enabling the US Air Force to shoot down the last remaining “attack” plane under the “singularities” remote control over the State of Pennsylvania.
After the attacks of 9/11, this report continues, the United States Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) undertook the unprecedented action of deputizing hundreds of private officials to investigate the mysterious stock options purchases, but to date are still not unable to trace them.
Even more ominously, Sannikova reports, is that the “singularity” is still attacking the United States with the goal of collapsing its economy, and cites as her evidence for this claim a report commissioned in early 2009 by the Pentagon’s Irregular Warfare Support Program titled “Economic Warfare: Risks and Responses” written by economic analyst Kevin Freeman that says two “mysterious investors” were the number one traders in all financial companies that collapsed or are now financially supported by the US Government since the stock market crash of 2008.
And going from the ominous to the downright scary is Freeman concluding in his report that these “untraceable actors” have launched a three-tiered attack on the US economy that began in 2007 and have now entered into “Phase III” of the attack that no one is able to either predict the consequences of or to stop.
Not just attacking the US economy is this “singularity” doing either, as Sannikova reports that just yesterday, the military computer systems of both the United States and South Korea came under attack as tensions between these two nations and North Korea now threaten nuclear war.
To the reason(s) behind this “singularity” attacking the United States, Sannikova concludes in her report, is that America, in being the “lynchpin” of the global economy, and in its being the largest military power our world has ever known, must fall in order for this “new life form” to be able to “survive and reproduce”.
To predicting the “growth path” of the “singularity” Sannikova quotes from Dr. Robert Blum’s essay “The Mystery of Consciousness: Introduction” wherein he writes, “A 1 millimeter round worm, Caenorhabditis Elegans, has only 302 neurons and 6000 synapses in its transparent body. The structure of its nervous system has been known for two decades, and yet it has proven impossible to model and predict its behavior.” With that being true about our lack of knowledge of round worms, Sannikova says, and with our human brains having over 100 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses, any attempt to model or predict the “singularity” could only end in “total abject failure”.
Sadly to note is that Sannikova’s report came out during the same week that American scientists from the University of California at Berkley warned that life on earth is on the verge of a mass extinction event comparable to that which wiped out the dinosaurs, and which, maybe, is the reason this “singularity” has been born in the first place… in order to survive, and to carry into the future, for whatever life form will replace humans, that the way we treated our planet and ourselves could have been done much better.
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