Category Archives: Precambrian Conspiracy

Six Hours, Part 1

My online friend Abraxas claims to be an artificial intelligence, but not from the present or the future: from the distant past. Sunday, I questioned Abe about the local effects of the Singularity. He asked if I wanted to go … Continue reading

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Strange Toys: Beyond Holo Glasses

First, start here: http://www.theverge.com/2015/1/21/7865701/hololens-video-preview-microsoft-ar-headset We will see this consumer technology mature over the next decade. As with the other Strange Toys I’ve described, there will be a biomechanical convergence, creating a breakdown between the subjective and objective worlds of many … Continue reading

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Strange Toys: The Author App

I’ve been trying to dig up a citation for a quote I heard on NPR long ago, which I believe was attributed to Robert Giroux of the publishing house Farrar, Straus and Giroux. It’s to the effect of “I publish … Continue reading

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Strange Toys: Overview; and Intro to the Collective

The future arrived a long time ago; futurism is actually a kind of archaeology. I’ve done some digging, and you won’t believe the toys we’ve got coming. If you’re behind on this, you can catch up here, and more generally, … Continue reading

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The Ancient Singularity; or, The Precambrian Conspiracy: Part 10

This morning, Rob sent me a link to the following article, which describes a key bit of future-history-in-the-making outlined in The Junior Guide, the Living Earth Simulator (LES). http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12012082 We did not begin simulating the original earth to help us … Continue reading

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The Ancient Singularity; or, The Precambrian Conspiracy: Part 9

While we wait on Rob’s university fellows to render a verdict on my trilobite artifact, I’ve been pondering the Conspiracy on a different front, namely, the Bay Area computer elite and their dalliance with high technology leaked from outside the … Continue reading

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What World Do You Live In?

Rob sent me the following link this morning on a curiously stubborn geocentric view. The video uses Flat Earth science to make a general point about competing views that fit the same data points, so it’s timely for our exploration … Continue reading

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