Programmable Matter & Black Goo (2)

Programmable Matter

Programmable matter is a term originally coined in 1991 by Toffoli and Margolus to refer to an ensemble of fine-grained computing elements arranged in space. Their paper describes a computing substrate that is composed of fine-grained compute nodes distributed throughout space which communicate using only nearest neighbour interactions. In this context, programmable matter refers to compute models similar to cellular automata and lattice gas automata. The CAM-8 architecture is an example hardware realization of this model. This function is also known as “digital referenced areas” (DRA) in some forms of self-replicating machine science”.

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Self-organising Programmable Matter Based on Cellular Structures. – Background Programmable matter, one of the emerging technologies, is a matter which can change its physical properties (shape, density, moduli, conductivity, optical properties, etc.) based upon user input or autonomous sensing. In 2004, the DARPA Information Science and Technology group (ISAT) examined the potential of programmable matter and laid out a multi-year program for the research and development of this new type of matter. There are many different types of programmable matter: liquid crystals and complex fluids, metamaterials, shape-changing molecules, self-reconfiguring modular robots, reconfigurable nonoscale robots, synthetic tissues.

In a recent PhD, supervised by the author of this proposal, on smart deployable structure for space applications, a new concept of programmable matter was introduced. The new concept is based on the analogy with biological structures made of individual controllable cells. The dynamics and control of this new type of programmable matter was partially tested with a computer simulation and on a marco-scale experiment. However, it was apparent that the potentiality of this type of programmable matter was enormous even beyond space. From the control of flexible actuators to the creation of new bio-robots for pipe inspection, or underwater operations, from programmable artificial tissues to programmable filaments for endoscopy, to self-assembling and reconfigurable robots.”

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The Gray Goo scenario

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The gray goo scenario is the existential risk constituted by the runaway exponential reproduction of self-replicating nanobots. There are many variations on this theme: the nanobots might convert organic material into more nanobots, wiping out life directly, or the nanobots might convert some inorganic material into so many nanobots that life is suffocated under a pervasive and inescapable blanket of gray goo (I suppose this might also be called the “gray ooze” scenario, but that would eliminate the quasi-poetic alliteration). The reader will recognize a classic “sorcerer’s apprentice” theme in the gray goo scenario.

Gray goo is not only a potential threat to terrestrial life, it could be a threat to the whole of the universe. A swarm of self-replicating nanobots loose in the cosmos, able to cover the distances between stars, and possibly also the distance between galaxies and galactic clusters, could smother the whole of the universe under suffocating gray goo. While this gray goo would be ordinary baryonic matter, and not something exotic, it would not radiate energy like stars, so it would not be easy to detect at a distance except for its mass.

The idea of an enormous amount of mass that is not easily visible is actually a familiar problem in cosmology, called the missing mass problem. Missing mass in the cosmos reveals itself in a beautifully simple and elegant manner: the spiral galaxies we can see rotate more rapidly than they should rotate given the matter represented by the (visible) stars of the galaxy. This seems to be true of all galaxies, hence the missing mass problem. Today the missing mass is accounted for by “dark matter,” but one must understand that “dark matter” is just a cipher that means, “Whatever that is out there that accounts for galaxies spinning as fast as they do (as well as other indications of missing mass).

One (perhaps bizarre) way to account for the missing mass of the cosmos would be a universal-scale gray goo catastrophe. Galaxies may be heavier than they appear because much of their mass has been transformed into gray goo. Only a single advanced civilization with a modest capacity for interstellar travel would be sufficient to unleash gray goo on a galactic scale by means of Bracewell probes (also called Von Neumann probes, and sometimes also Bracewell-Von Neumann probes). Indeed, galactic colonization models that rely upon sentient communities are subject to endless second-guessing as we speculate on the possible motives of a peer civilization, but something like the gray goo scenario is more like a pandemic than a diaspora, and its spread through the universe would be quantifiable with a greater degree of precision than the expansion of a peer civilization into the universe.

While I do not myself advocate the view I am here presenting, it would be an almost startlingly elegant solution to both the Fermi paradox and the missing mass problem. Elegant though the solution would be, we can be confident that there has been no universal gray goo scenario, since we are here. A gray goo catastrophe that was so pervasive as to weigh down all visible spiral galaxies with mass we cannot detect at a distance would not have spared us. Our existence is proof that a universal gray goo scenario has not occurred. This in itself is interesting, as if it is argued that some kind of runaway replication catastrophe scenario is inevitable to industrial-technological civilization, we can ask of gray goo what Fermi asked of extraterrestrials: where is it?

A more exotic formulation of the idea above would involve gray goo fashioned from computronium (i.e., programmable matter), and, specifically, computronium that could intelligently mask its presence and thus remain dark under any and all circumstances, meaning that a supercivilization that had grown to encompass an entire galaxy could effectively remain invisible and therefore undetected. A failed supercivilization might leave this as a relic, or an ongoing supercivilization might conduct megaengineering on a galactic scale even while denying any observer direct evidence of the presence of itself. Once our scenario gets this elaborate, we can work around the fact that we are here, and posit that the computronium gray goo had been programmed to avoid inhabited systems, so that it only self-replicated from sterile matter. At this point we have extended our scenario far beyond what the principle of parsimony can sustain.”

Black Goo Technologies

nThere is talk on the internet that CIA / NSA run super computers, are at the heart of the trans-humanism agenda and the black goo phenomenon.

Is this a Black Goo Computer?

It is called a D WAVE 2X Quantum Computer; it is at NASA’s Advanced Supercomputer Facility in Silicon Valley. It is said that there “are several ‘Black Goo’ computers which run the New World Order and the entity behind this is actually an Artificial Intelligence”.

The machine at NASA’s Ames Research Center is one of three that D-Wave has built. Another is at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the third is owned by Lockheed Martin and used by the University of Southern California.

Link to D Wave Website

“Russian artists Julia Borovaya and Dmitry Morozov have created something mind-blowing—and mind-reading. The artist’s interactive exhibit, named Solaris, turns the thoughts of participants into art by placing an expensive EEG headset on their heads and placing them in front of the goo’s tank. The headset picks up the brainwaves—the viewer’s thoughts—and the green and black ooze begin to move.

“Since I was programming all the algorithms and spent hours and hours with it I got really deep visual to brain to EEG feedback,” Morozov said. “I could move and change the image any way I wanted just by changing my cognitive activity, mood, and concentration.” Though there’s nothing organic or alive in the goo, viewers still feel connected to it and could believe that it was really alive.

“The object only comes to life with human mental contact,” says Borovaya. “The movement of the black liquid in the green liquid is unique to each person . . . over time; the object helps to discipline a chaotic flow of thoughts, and becomes a part of the person viewing it.”

nmThe project is named after the 1961 novel by Stanislaw Lem in which a sentient planet is discovered. The goo, which is a UV-sensitive liquid, reacts to every human’s thoughts differently. Viewers are instructed to interact with the stuff with their minds, which seems a bit strange at first, but is actually very cool. Viewers’ brainwaves activate a strong magnet underneath the pool, and the black ferrofluid begins to mix and move with the green.

Was Gaia originally one giant blob of goo , I remember during my talks with the Goddess she showed me the earth before it was solid , it looked like moulding clay , it morphed and changed into many different shapes.  I saw blots of lightening striking this goo and forming new lifeforms. Gaia explained to me that the lightening represented the powerful thoughts of what she called the Divine Lovers. They were high dimensional light beings who came to earth and seeded their blueprints for new forms into the form creating goo of Gaia. This was not the first time I had experienced a planet made of goo, my home planet was also goo like. It was a liquid of some sort from which my species played with form creating. We could emerge from the blue – green goo in one form or another but still made from the goo, then we would dive back into the goo and lose our forms once again. It was an ecstatic experience for me to have full memory of my home planet and its goo like nature.

Are all planets originally in this goo like form and is it only when the ideas, thoughts, and blueprints that are seeded here by higher lifeforms, does life appear on the planet. Black Goo is sentient and responds to the light emanated from the human DNA, the scalar waves that are created by a thinking mind all affect the Goo and program it. Did high dimensional beings from somewhere else come to earth whilst it was in its goo phase and implant into the goo, designs of new forms, new beings, new species. I watched as the scalar waves or lightning bolts of conscious directed thought hit upon the surface of the goo like planet, causing it to ripple to reflect the scalar waves and from these ripples new forms could be seen to emerge from the goo. Is this how life started on planet earth? Harald Kautz Vella also thinks this is possible.

It is not only high dimensional beings who can program this goo, we can too. Human beings create scalar waves during thought, this affects the programmable matter or black goo and bingo there you have it, we create our own reality. The problem is we are not in control of our own thoughts and therefore are creating a reality which simply put, is more of a home to a bunch of archonic parasites than it is a paradise for human beings and other forms of sentient life.

sdOver a hundred years ago Nikola Tesla called the powerful non-Hertzian energy (without frequencies) Scalar. Scalar waves also referred to as Tesla Waves or Longitudinal Waves are capable of penetrating any solid object including Faraday Cages. A transmitter can be placed in a box of thick metal and a receiver outside of the box will still receive the scalar wave. Scalar waves are capable of passing through the earth from one side to another with no loss of field strength as Tesla showed in one of his experiments.  Traveling faster than the speed of light (superluminal), Scalar Waves are not electromagnetic but composed of pure zero point energy. (More about scalar waves and creating your own reality in later chapters)

So how far down the programmable matter and black goo road have we so far travelled, is it all just science fiction, or conspiracy or is there already black goo technology in the mainstream.

Black Goo Batteries

24M Technologies was founded in 2010, in Cambridge Massachusetts, they have developed a flow battery technology that uses a black goo solution nicknamed “Cambridge crude”. The battery is a semi-solid flow cell, in which solid particles are suspended in a carrier liquid and pumped through the system. Distributed throughout the black goo are positive and negative posts which are stored in two tanks in the form of nano-particles. The two oppositely charged liquids are then pumped past a special membrane and the resulting output is clean electricity to power an electric vehicle.

There are also other strange occurrences surrounding the phenomenon of black goo. The world’s oldest mummies are suddenly turning Into Black Goo.

Having survived 8,000 years, the Chinchorro mummies found in modern-day Chile and Peru have started decaying more quickly than ever before—in some cases even melting into gelatinous “black ooze.”

It turns out that temperature is very important to maintaining the condition of the mummies; a rise in temperature caused them to rot. Harald also talks about how the black goo is only activated once it gets to a certain temperature. There is reported to be a huge black goo reservoir under the ice caps in the North Pole. Is this goo then kept deactivated due to freezing temperatures? Remember David Griffin of Exopolitics UK, he spoke about how the ET base was set up there because the ETS could then control the black goo as it was in freezing conditions and in a deactivated state. Maybe the melting of the icecaps would be more dangerous than simply flooding.

Whilst researching this information I felt like I was being guided, I found articles which lead me to important information connected to this black goo. Even in areas where you would not expect it. I found the following article about a Volvo car owner who finds strange black goo substance in his car key remote and gearshift.

Just when you think it cannot get any stranger with all this talk about black goo, Harald talks about an invasion of alien black goo. Which was supposed to have arrived here contained with meteorites, 80,000 years ago. This alien black goo with its alien programming has supposedly invaded our planet and is slowly reprogramming our earth black goo and ultimately all life on this planet.

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kk“Hoba: The World’s Largest Meteorite Discovered by a Farmer Ploughing His Field

In 1920, a farmer was ploughing a field near Grootfontein, Namibia when his plough suddenly screeched to a halt. Curious about what he had run into he dug in the soil to find a large piece of metal. The large metal mass quickly attracted the attention of scientists and others, who identified it as a meteorite and removed the soil around it. Although excavated, the meteorite has not been moved from its location of discovery because of its great weight. However, many pieces have been removed for scientific study and through vandalism.

A 66-Ton Meteorite

The farmer had discovered a 66-ton iron meteorite – the largest single meteorite ever found and the largest piece of iron ever found near Earth’s surface. It is tabular in shape and about nine feet long, nine feet wide and about three feet thick. It was given the name “Hoba” because it was discovered on a farm named “Hoba West”. Hoba is thought to have fallen to Earth about 80,000 years ago. It is composed of about 84% iron, 16% nickel, and trace amounts of cobalt and other metals. An abundance of iron oxides in the soil around the meteorite suggests that it was much larger than 66 tons when it landed and has suffered significant losses from oxidation.

No Crater?

It is surprising that this meteorite is not surrounded by a crater. Objects of this size should punch through the atmosphere at a very high rate of speed and hit Earth with enough force to blast a significant crater. No crater is present around the site of the meteorite. This suggests that it fell to earth at a lower rate of speed than expected. Some scientists believe that the flat shape of the object may be responsible for its low velocity at impact.”

According to Harald’s research, an invading version of the black goo landed on our planet roughly 80,000 years ago. This black goo could be considered a type of alien A.I. or a “seed device” for creating life within a biosphere. This invader does not belong here, and has been attempting to unpack its program to the determent of our natural order.

Aliens may have sent microorganisms to Earth inside metal balls to create seed life on our planet, an astrobiologist has claimed. Dr Milton Wainwright claims to have found a tiny metal sphere that was oozing a ‘gooey’ substance in samples gathered by a balloon in the Earth’s stratosphere. The University of Sheffield and the University of Buckingham scientist say that the ball, which is about the width of a human hair, could be an example of directed panspermia – where life was deliberately sent to Earth by some unknown extra-terrestrial civilisation.

sssThe metal sphere found by Dr Wainwright and his colleagues (above) appears to be oozing goo from its side.

 However, he has conceded it is virtually impossible to prove that the tiny sphere was sent by aliens from outer space. Dr Wainwright said the sphere made a tiny ‘impact crater’ on the sampler that was attached to the balloon as it collected dust and particles in the atmosphere. He said: ‘The sphere made an impact crater on the sampling stub. This proves beyond doubt that the particle was travelling at speed from space when it was sampled.’ Dr Wainwright and his team discovered the sphere when examining samples of dust and particulate matter collected by a balloon sent around 16 miles into the atmosphere. Using X-ray analysis to examine the sphere, he concluded that it was made from titanium and traces of vanadium, while the material appearing to come out of the side was biological. They found that it also had a ‘fungus-like knitted mat-like covering’. He claims that it could have been carried to Earth on a comet or even sent by an unknown civilisation. Dr Wainwright and his colleagues have published their findings in the Journal of Cosmology but their conclusions have yet to be corroborated by other scientists. The journal often publishes papers on astrobiology but is highly controversial among scientists as it has been criticised for its peer review process and for publishing papers of a fringe variety.

Two years ago it controversially published a paper that claimed to have identified fossils of microbiotic life in a meteorite, sparking a blaze of publicity, but was also met with a great deal of scepticism. In the past Professor Wainwright and his team claimed to have found fragments of single celled algae called diatoms in samples taken from the stratosphere. The idea that life can survive high the Earth’s atmosphere, however, is not new. Scientists working with NASA recently discovered bacteria living up to five miles above the Earth’s surface. However, most scientists believe they are likely to have been carried up from Earth rather than having an extra-terrestrial origin. Air currents and winds are known to be capable of carrying dust and bacteria for hundreds of miles and high into the atmosphere.

But some research has shown that microorganisms can survive the intense heat and pressures of entering the Earth’s atmosphere from space, raising the prospect that life may have originally been carried here. Some astrobiologists believe life started on Earth after being carried here on a comet or asteroid, while others believe it is more likely that the basic chemical building blocks were carried in this way rather than established life. However, the idea of directed panspermia has been proposed by some heavyweight scientists. Professor Francis Crick, one of the team who won a Nobel Prize for discovering the structure of DNA, examined whether it was possible that organisms could have been deliberately transmitted to the Earth by intelligent beings from another planet. However, he concluded that there was insufficient scientific evidence to support such a claim.

Dr Wainwright, however, insists his findings may help to provide some of that evidence. However, he added: ‘Unless of course we can find details of the civilisation that is supposed to have sent it in this respect it is probably an improvable theory.’

 Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, an astrobiologist at the University of Buckinghamshire and editor of the Journal of Cosmology who also worked with Dr Wainwright on the study, added: ‘I think more work needs to be done on this particular structure, for example to study its DNA, if it has any. ‘But already there is clear proof from many directions to confirm that we are constantly bombarded by fragments of comets that carry living microorganisms. However, Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, said the idea that such material were being sent out by aliens attempting to seed other planets was a ‘leap of the imagination’. He said: ‘This would seem to provide proof that outer space and not just the surface of our planet is teaming with life. ‘I’m sceptical about this and we would need to collect more samples like this to have a better idea of where it originates from. ‘It is a leap of the imagination that it came from an ET race trying to seed our planet with their biological constructs. ‘Perhaps there are luminous or ‘invisible’ jelly-fish like creatures that inhabit our skies, or microorganisms flooding our planet, I’m not convinced, but they are fascinating ideas that make a change from stories of star ships loaded with aliens.’

More to come 🙂