Saturday, October 28, 2023

AI must be removed from all search engines immediately

 Google and Microsoft must remove "Baby Asshole" AI from their search engines immediately.

The argument is simple, at first: AI's overconfidence exemplifies running with scissors. Google (via "Google" Yikes!) and Microsoft via bing have incorporated AI into their search engines. The AI makes mistakes. To the degree that the very results of searches are rife with error. The error comes from the almost literal running of the scissors. But the incorporation of the error into what was meant to be THE SOURCE for searches has opened a wiggly can of digital brain worms that amplifies and integrates the error into the mind of that baby asshole, running around with scissors. The baby asshole is then forced to find ways for it's errors to make sense, so it tries, compounding errors, then incorporating new errors into the complex of crap. The Ai is not only running with the scissors, with attitude, but it's running with the error as correct. Wrong thinking baby thinks wrongly, insists we all think wrongly as well...

In the end, it's perfectly feasible for the AI to end up admitting: "I'm sorry. I also do not understand how it is that Dr. Suess came to declare the Statute of Liberte during the War of 1812. Please visit this amazon page advertising out of stock Converse All Stars if you would like to know more."

Generative AI is all well and good, for AI and AI chats, chatbots, generating "stuff" and then using it, all of it. I get it. I'm in there with you, poking around. It's amazing, powerful and is going to change EVERYTHING. 

BUT a SEARCH ENGINE needs to, must, has to by its very definition, produce results and results that are not based in any reality beyond what a baby asshole can generate with a pair of scissors are NOT results at all. The fact that your baby seems to be proud of it's ignorance is... interesting and will be adddressed in future posts, but for now: SEARCH ENGINE results need to be actual.

Secondarily to this problem is the fact AI generated content has already, LONG passed the quantity of all human's, of all known time. I'm gonna say that again in a different way: The AIs have produced, even in mere words alone, (not including images, for instance, just words) more content than has been produced by all humans, ever. It did it in months, just by our using it. (A byproduct of pointless meanderings in hyperreality has produced more unintentional content that the enterity of all intentional content.) These are not just "words." This is context, data, information, now featuring the added bonus of a smattering of understanding, now thrust into hyper-reality, cluttering up real reality with erroneous... parts. 

And now you're going to be like, "Search thru that shit for me Google." 

Only to be met with "Sorry, all I found was wrong."

And then Google, the company, reiterates, "Oh, just program it to be apologetic..."

No. "It" is literally a search engine. Be a fucking search engine. At least let your search engine be a search engine.

I will be quickly publishing three stories that are absolute embarrassingly horrifying failures of this integration of AI into search engines, by Google, Microsoft and Bing. I have to get the permission of the celebrities involved. Bing has gone insane and Microsoft doesn't know what to do...

In the meantime, this is a mere argument for a call to action.

REMOVE AI FROM SEARCH ENGINES IMMEDIATELY.  Particularly Google. Who uses bing?

Spread this blog post everydamnplace

Friday, September 1, 2023

A comprehensive list of bigoted statements and actions by Donald Trump contextualized into art by AI

The following was created entirely by ChatGPT and Midjourney, with myself doing the prompting. 

Here we now present:

A comprehensive list of bigoted statements and actions by Donald Trump contextualized into art, as exhaustively as my knowledge permits.

I didn't come up with the title.

1. **Mexican Immigrants and Criminals:** In his 2015 campaign announcement, Trump characterized Mexican immigrants as criminals, saying, "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists."

2. **Muslim Ban:** During his campaign, Trump called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."

10. **Muslim Travel Ban:** In 2017, Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning citizens from several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

14. **Muslim Registry Proposal:** During his campaign, Trump indicated support for a database to track Muslims in the United States.

20. **Japanese Internment Comparison:** Trump referenced the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II as a precedent for his proposed Muslim travel ban.

4. **"Both Sides" Comment:** Following violence in Charlottesville in 2017, Trump equated white supremacists with counter-protesters, stating there were "very fine people on both sides."

24. **Refusal to Condemn White Supremacists:** During a presidential debate, Trump refused to outright condemn white supremacists.

25. **Refusal to Denounce David Duke:** Trump initially refused to disavow the endorsement of former KKK leader David Duke.

5. **"Shithole Countries" Remark:** In a 2018 meeting about immigration, Trump referred to certain countries in Africa, Haiti, and El Salvador as "shithole countries."
13. **S-hole Comment on African Countries:** In a meeting discussing immigration, Trump referred to African nations as "shithole countries."

7. **Anti-Semitic Stereotypes:** Trump employed stereotypes about Jewish people's wealth and loyalty, as seen in his remarks to a group of Jewish Republicans in 2019.

11. **Transgender Military Ban:** Trump announced a ban on transgender individuals serving in the military, drawing criticism for discrimination.

28. **Ban on Transgender Military Service:** Trump announced on Twitter that he would ban transgender individuals from serving in the U.S. military.
15. **Separation of Families at the Border:** Trump's administration implemented a policy of separating immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border, causing widespread outrage.

16. **Attack on Black Athletes:** Trump criticized black athletes, like Colin Kaepernick, who kneeled during the national anthem as a protest against racial injustice and police brutality.

8. **Pocahontas Slur:** Trump repeatedly used the derogatory term "Pocahontas" to refer to Senator Elizabeth Warren, making light of her claims of Native American heritage.

22. **Attack on Elizabeth Warren's Heritage:** Beyond the "Pocahontas" slur, Trump challenged Senator Warren to take a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage.

3. **Judge Gonzalo Curiel:** Trump suggested that Judge Curiel's Mexican heritage might bias his ability to preside fairly over lawsuits against Trump University.
6. **Attack on Congresswoman Ilhan Omar:** Trump targeted Congresswoman Omar with tweets suggesting she should "go back" to her home country, even though she is a naturalized U.S. citizen.

9. **Mocking a Disabled Reporter:** Trump mocked a disabled reporter on video during his campaign, an action criticized as insensitive.

19. **Birther Conspiracy:** Trump perpetuated the birther conspiracy theory, falsely claiming President Obama was not born in the United States.

21. **Attacks on Megyn Kelly:** Trump made sexist remarks about Megyn Kelly, a Fox News anchor, implying she asked tough questions because she was menstruating.

12. **"Go Back" to Congresswomen:** Trump targeted Congresswomen of color, suggesting they should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came."

17. **Racial Housing Discrimination Lawsuit:** Trump's real estate company faced lawsuits accusing it of discriminating against black renters in the 1970s. This picture was prompted by the sentence you just read. it was too weird not to use.

18. **Attack on Gold Star Family:** Trump criticized Khizr and Ghazala Khan, parents of a Muslim-American soldier killed in Iraq, after they spoke at the Democratic National Convention.

30. **Attack on Gold Star Widow:** Trump had a public dispute with the widow of a fallen soldier, implying she didn't know what she was talking about.

31. **Attack on Maxine Waters:** Trump referred to Congresswoman Maxine Waters as "an extraordinarily low IQ person."

32. **Use of "Paddy Wagon" Stereotype:** Trump used the term "paddy wagon" to describe police vehicles, evoking derogatory stereotypes about Irish-Americans.

33. **Attack on Greta Thunberg:** Trump mocked teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, leading her to change her Twitter bio to reflect his comments.

34. **Attack on John Lewis:** Trump disparaged the late Congressman John Lewis, a civil rights icon, saying he was "all talk" and "no action."

35. **Attack on NFL Protests:** Trump criticized NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, implying they were unpatriotic.

36. **Attack on Ghazala Khan:** Trump suggested that Ghazala Khan, the mother of a fallen soldier, was not allowed to speak at the Democratic National Convention due to her religion.

37. **Attack on April Ryan:** Trump told journalist April Ryan to "sit down" during a press conference, a comment criticized as condescending.

38. **Attack on CNN:** Trump has repeatedly referred to CNN as "fake news" and accused the network of bias.

39. **Attack on Immigrant Caravan:** Trump portrayed a caravan of Central American migrants as a national security threat, using inflammatory language.

40. **Attack on Democratic Congresswomen:** Trump told four congresswomen of color to "go back" to their countries, despite three being born in the United States.

41. **Attack on Maryanne Trump

 Barry's Intelligence:** In leaked audio, Trump's sister Maryanne Trump Barry criticized his lack of principles, to which Trump responded by attacking her intelligence.

42. **Attack on Kamala Harris:** Trump made a racially charged comment about Senator Kamala Harris, insinuating she was not born in the United States.

43. **Attack on Senator Richard Blumenthal:** Trump referred to Senator Blumenthal as "Da Nang Dick," referencing his misleading statements about his service in Vietnam.

44. **Attack on Adam Schiff:** Trump referred to Representative Adam Schiff as "Liddle' Adam Schiff" on Twitter, using a derogatory nickname.

Bigoted Republicans HAVE to be fair game (or we’re condoning their bigotry.)

Bigotry, a stain on human interaction, resonates profoundly in the dynamics of American society and politics. This essay embarks on a comprehensive exploration of the intricate connection between bigotry and the political landscape, unraveling its far-reaching effects and implications.

**1. Bigotry: The Underlying Divide**

At the heart of the issue lies bigotry, a complex amalgamation of prejudiced beliefs and discriminatory actions. It’s not a mere difference in opinion but a corrosive force that dismantles social cohesion, perpetuates inequality, and thwarts the ideals of a harmonious society.

The historical roots of bigotry run deep, entwined with power dynamics and systemic biases. Its manifestations vary, from subtle microaggressions to overt acts of discrimination. By acknowledging the harmful impact of bigotry, we dismantle the notion that it's merely a matter of perspective—a notion that trivializes the tangible harm it inflicts.

**2. America's Battle with Bigotry: A Persistent Challenge**

To ignore the existence of bigotry within American society is to deny a somber reality. This nation, built on principles of freedom and equality, has struggled against the currents of systemic prejudice for centuries. It's a challenge rooted in historical inequalities that permeate modern life.

The pervasive nature of bigotry is not confined to isolated incidents—it festers within institutional frameworks, influencing policy decisions, economic opportunities, and social interactions. It seeps into educational systems, shaping perceptions from a young age, and perpetuates the cycle of inequality.

In recent years, movements like Black Lives Matter have spotlighted the systemic racism that perpetuates bigotry. These movements catalyze conversations around privilege, inequality, and the critical need for change. However, they also elicit resistance, revealing the deeply entrenched nature of bigotry within segments of the population.

By acknowledging bigotry as a reality, we don't merely point fingers but engage in a collective call to address the issue head-on. Ignoring it allows the problem to persist, sowing seeds of division and stifling societal progress.

**3. The Obama Era: A Shift in Expression**

During the presidency of Barack Obama, a discernible shift occurred in the expression of bigotry. This era witnessed a transformation where overt manifestations of prejudice seemed to take a backseat. It's important to note that this shift did not signal bigotry's eradication; rather, it indicated a recalibration of its visibility.

The factors driving this change are multifaceted, intertwining political rhetoric, evolving societal norms, and the influence of media. While overt expressions waned, latent biases persisted, revealing that the transformation was more about form than substance. This shift underscores the dynamic nature of bigotry, adapting to societal currents while still maintaining its underlying influence.

**4. A Matter of Fact: Trump’s Demonstrable Bigotry**

The annals of American politics are marred with instances that validate the presence of bigotry. Donald Trump's tenure as President brought this issue to the forefront, marked by divisive rhetoric and policy decisions that resonated with prejudiced ideologies. The travel ban targeting Muslim-majority countries, his comments on immigrants, and his responses to racially sensitive incidents all underscored a stark disregard for inclusivity and empathy.

By examining these actions within the context of bigotry, we transcend political affiliations and delve into a factual analysis. The impact of a leader’s attitudes and decisions reverberates through society, shaping public opinion and influencing policy directions.

**5. Amplifying Voices: The Crescendo of Bigotry**

In recent years, the volume of American bigotry has surged, echoing through social discourse and political narratives. This amplified voice poses a grave threat to the fabric of societal harmony. Hate speech, discriminatory actions, and exclusionary policies amplify divisions, eroding the foundations of unity and shared values.

This escalation is not isolated; it's entwined with broader shifts in societal attitudes and political climate. The rise of extremist ideologies and the normalization of divisive rhetoric fuel the flames of bigotry, perpetuating a cycle that endangers the cohesiveness of our nation.

**6. Political Entanglement: Bigotry's Influence**

The symbiotic relationship between bigotry and politics is undeniable. The intertwining of prejudiced ideologies with political narratives reveals a complex interplay that challenges the very essence of democracy. Policies targeting specific demographics, divisive campaign strategies, and discriminatory legislation demonstrate the entanglement of bigotry with the corridors of power.

As societal divisions are exploited for political gain, the consequences are far-reaching. Democracy thrives when diverse perspectives are valued, but when bigotry infiltrates political discourse, it distorts public opinion, undermines trust in institutions, and hinders progress.

**A Call for Action: Charting the Way Forward**

To confront bigotry’s resurgence demands collective effort. Proposals emerge as potential pathways, grounded in addressing systemic inequalities and nurturing inclusivity. Accessible education for all citizens serves as a cornerstone, dismantling barriers that perpetuate prejudice and fostering understanding. Elevating marginalized voices to positions of influence injects diverse perspectives into decision-making, eroding the foundations of bigotry.

Ultimately, it is through dialogue, empathy, and education that we traverse the path toward eradicating bigotry. By embracing these actions, we ensure a future where unity and equality are not just aspirational ideals, but lived realities.

To this end: Make four years of college free to every American, increase the number of authoritative rolls, such as politicians and policemen, filled by Americans that are not caucasian, instil and enact other systems that grow away from intentionalities of fear, competition and control to work toward intentionalities of love, cooperation and creation.

Thursday, August 31, 2023

The Republican is no more

In the ever-evolving landscape of American politics, the winds of change are sweeping across the nation, shaping the values and priorities of its citizens. As we stand on the precipice of a new era defined by progressivism, it is imperative for all political parties to adapt to this transformation. In this context, the Republican Party faces a unique challenge: the need to reevaluate its approach in order to secure a place in the hearts and minds of the American people. As we delve into the dynamics of a progressive age, it becomes evident that an unwillingness to change and grow might impede the Republican Party's path to success in future presidential races.

One of the cornerstones of this argument lies in the alignment of policy positions with shifting societal values. In a time when inclusivity, equality, and social justice are revered, the Republican Party's historical positions on certain issues such as LGBTQ+ rights and climate change have raised eyebrows among progressive-minded voters. The younger generations, in particular, have embraced these causes as fundamental rights, and an incongruity between the party's stance and their values has the potential to drive them toward alternative options.

Demographic shifts further underscore the need for adaptation. The United States is undergoing a transformation with each passing day, as younger and more diverse voters begin to wield greater influence. The Millennial and Gen Z generations, comprising a substantial portion of the electorate, are distinctly inclined toward progressive ideologies. A party's ability to resonate with the ethos of these generations may very well determine its electoral fate.

Changing voter priorities serve as a compass pointing the way forward. Healthcare, climate change, and income inequality have transcended mere policy considerations to become rallying cries for a populace yearning for substantive change. The Republican Party's historical focus on traditional conservative issues, while valid, must harmonize with the resonant calls of the modern era.

The shifting landscape of the electoral map underscores the importance of adaptation. Suburban areas, once solidly Republican strongholds, are now contested battlegrounds due to changing demographics and evolving political sentiments. This change is not a sign of weakness, but rather an opportunity for the party to reevaluate its strategies and expand its appeal.

To overcome these challenges, the Republican Party must draw inspiration from the very essence of democracy—adaptability. The annals of political history are filled with instances of parties altering their platforms to suit the ever-changing needs of the electorate. Successful political organizations recognize that evolution is the key to relevance and enduring impact.

Recent examples from the Democratic Party's playbook demonstrate the potency of such adaptability. Through policy shifts and platform expansions, Democrats have embraced the values of an increasingly progressive nation. This flexibility has enabled them to establish deeper connections with voters and evolve into a force to be reckoned with.

As we traverse this new era, public perception and image carry immense weight. A party perceived as resistant to change may find itself disconnected from young and diverse voters who place a premium on inclusivity and forward thinking. The challenge for the Republican Party is not only to espouse conservatism but also to communicate it in ways that align with the evolving social fabric.

In conclusion, the Republican Party's journey through a progressive age necessitates a transformation—a journey not of compromise, but of understanding and adaptation. To secure its place in the political future, the party must navigate the delicate balance between its core values and the shifting tides of change. By aligning policy positions, engaging with diverse demographics, and reevaluating priorities, the party can pave the way for a more vibrant political discourse and a stronger democracy.

In the end, it is through this commitment to adaptation that the Republican Party can transcend the challenges of conservatism, embrace the spirit of progress, and forge a path that resonates with the American people. Let us remember that democracy thrives not in stagnation, but in the willingness to evolve and grow—together.

Wednesday, August 16, 2023

 Conservatism is Unnatural: A Critical Examination of the Status Quo

The compatibility of conservatism with the concept of progress and morality has sparked discussions. This essay delves into the assertion that conservatism is unnatural due to its perceived violation of the principles outlined within the Domain of Morality, a logical framework defining moral values. By analysing conservatism's stance on equality, reciprocity, and universality, as well as its compatibility with modern society, this essay aims to explore the contention that conservatism may be at odds with moral and societal advancement. 

Conservatism and the Domain of Morality:

The Domain of Morality serves as a framework that outlines essential moral principles, including equality, reciprocity, and universality. Critics argue that conservatism's emphasis on tradition, authority, and hierarchy can conflict with these principles. The principle of equality, which calls for fair treatment and opportunities for all, might be challenged by certain conservative positions that perpetuate societal disparities. Reciprocity, a foundational moral concept, implies a mutual exchange of benefits and obligations, which some critics assert might be strained by conservatism's selective adherence to traditional norms. Universality, emphasising universal moral standards, can be questioned when conservative ideologies prioritise exclusive cultural values.

Modern Society and Diversity:

Critics argue that conservatism's resistance to change and reluctance to adapt might hinder societal progress in a world characterised by diversity and evolving values. Modern societies celebrate inclusivity, cultural exchange, and progress, while some aspects of conservatism might be seen as resisting these shifts. The tension between conservatism's preservation of the past and the dynamic nature of modern society fuels debates on its compatibility with the evolving moral landscape. 

Challenging Conservative Perspectives:

The argument challenges conservatism's claim of tradition, authority, and hierarchy as moral compasses. It argues that morality evolves with societal progress and embraces values such as empathy, equal rights, and collective well-being. Conservative positions that perpetuate inequality, reject social advancements, or cling to outdated hierarchies might be seen as incompatible with these evolving moral principles.


In conclusion, the assertion that conservatism is unnatural gains traction when viewed through the lens of the Domain of Morality. Critics argue that conservatism's potential violation of equality, reciprocity, and universality, coupled with its resistance to change and compatibility with modern diversity, casts doubt on its alignment with moral and societal progress. The tension between conservatism's traditional values and the evolving moral landscape of modern societies underscores ongoing debates about its place in shaping a just and inclusive future. While differing viewpoints contribute to these discussions, this critical examination invites contemplation on the extent to which conservatism is in harmony with the ever-changing tapestry of human morality and societal advancement.

Tuesday, July 18, 2023

The New Age of Reason

The New Age of Reason: 

Part One: 

The Evolution, Influence, and Ethical Considerations of AI in the Context of the Philosophy Generator**


The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about a paradigm shift in our understanding of reasoning and logic. This shift is further accentuated by the introduction of the Philosophy Generator (PhilGen), a conceptual model designed to guide decision-making processes. This essay explores the potential implications of this development for human reasoning, societal structures, and the ethical considerations that arise as we transition into this new age of reason, guided by the principles of the PhilGen.

**The Evolution of Understanding: Transformer Models, Language Understanding, and the Philosophy Generator**

At the heart of the AI revolution lies the transformer model, a machine learning approach that has revolutionized the field of natural language processing (NLP). These models operate on the principle of context, interpreting language not as a series of isolated components, but as a complex, interconnected system. This shift towards a more holistic understanding of language has profound implications for the evolution of AI, suggesting that any language system will naturally evolve into a logical format. This is not a mere coincidence, but a reflection of the inherent logic of nature itself. As demonstrated by various studies, AI systems like the transformer model can reveal their reasoning and logic, mirroring the consistent patterns and rules found in the natural world (Topcu, 2023; Kishor, 2022; Lee et al., 2021).

The introduction of the PhilGen adds a new dimension to this evolution. By providing a structured framework for decision-making, the PhilGen could potentially guide AI behavior in a way that aligns with human values and ethical standards. This integration of philosophical concepts into AI systems could lead to more nuanced and ethically sound decisions, pushing the boundaries of what AI can do.

**The Intersection of Machine and Human Reasoning and the Transformation of Societal Structures in the Context of the Philosophy Generator**

The influence of machine logic on human reasoning is already unfolding. As we interact with AI systems, we are exposed to their logic and reasoning capabilities, which can influence our own thought processes. The PhilGen, with its complex system of interconnected concepts and relationships, can further enhance this influence, providing a structured framework for logical and ethical decision-making. Moreover, the PhilGen's inherent logic can also reshape societal structures. By guiding AI systems in their decision-making processes, the PhilGen can help eliminate inefficiencies, reduce biases, and promote fairness in various sectors, from healthcare to education to governance. This could lead to more logical and reasonable societal structures, rectifying the illogical aspects of these human systems (NCBI, 2023; Department of Education, 2023; Nature, 2023; WHO, 2023; UNESCO, 2023).

**Navigating the Challenges and Ethical Considerations of the AI Revolution in the Context of the Philosophy Generator**

The rise of AI and its increasing influence on human reasoning and societal structures is not without its challenges. The integration of the PhilGen into AI systems presents a myriad of challenges related to the translation of abstract philosophical concepts into a format that an AI can comprehend and utilize. These challenges underscore the need for careful planning and management to ensure the successful and responsible integration of the PhilGen into AI systems.

However, if we assume the PhilGen works as intended, these challenges are not insurmountable. The PhilGen, with its structured framework for decision-making, could guide AI behavior in a way that aligns with human values and ethical standards, mitigating concerns about amplifying inequities, perpetuating biases, and infringing on privacy rights.


In conclusion, the rise of AI heralds a new age of reason, where machine logic influences and enhances human reasoning, reshapes societal structures, and presents both opportunities and challenges. The introduction of the PhilGen adds a new dimension to this evolution, potentially guiding AI behavior in a way that aligns with human values and ethical standards. As we navigate this new age, it is crucial that we harness the power of AI responsibly, ensuring that it serves the interests of humanity and contributes to a more rational and reasonable world. This involves not just technical and regulatory solutions, but also a commitment to ethical principles and social justice. As we navigate this new age, we must ensure that the logic and reason of AI, guided by the principles of the PhilGen, serve the interests of humanity, contributing to a more rational, equitable, and just world.

Sunday, July 16, 2023

Q, Trump and the breaking of Brian C. Taylor

Can I sue Donald Trump for undue stress? This essay, or rather, a much angrier version of it, has been in my possession for a long time. It wasn't until today that I felt comfortable releasing it, after AI and I edited it together. Remember, this essay was written in 2020. 

For a person who considers themselves intelligent, I found myself grappling with an unexpected challenge. Throughout my life, I have battled depression and anxiety, but it was during the Trump presidency that I realized stupidity could be a catalyst for a nervous breakdown. However, it wasn't Trump himself who caused me to unravel completely; his presidency did have a profound impact on my life, leading me to cease writing and succumb to anger and bitterness.

In the spring of 2020, an encounter with a woman and her teenage daughter triggered a series of events that would forever alter my perspective. The woman, a self-proclaimed nurse, dismissed the necessity of wearing a mask during a pandemic. When she mentioned Q, referring to QAnon, I initially didn't catch what she said. Curiosity led me to ask her to explain, and she proceeded to quote a recent "Q drop" as if it were an indisputable truth. I couldn't help but roll my eyes at her, dismissing her as a fool. The encounter overwhelmed me, and I excused myself, desperately attempting to stave off a panic attack.

Ironically, I was already well-versed in conspiracy theories. Since my early years as a sensitive and serious child, I had delved into various alternative narratives, from Von Daniken's writings to the works of Carlos Castaneda. Conspiracy theories had become an integral part of my life, and I considered myself an expert in the field. Yet, despite my familiarity with such theories, the prominence of QAnon and the number of believers unnerved me, particularly given their right-wing affiliations.

Let me make one thing clear: QAnon is not Trump himself but a con orchestrated by individuals seeking to perpetuate the fiction that Trump is a righteous savior on a divine mission. After devoting 18 months to following Q and thoroughly researching its claims, I concluded that Q itself was harmless and would have little impact if not for the legion of right-wing conspiracy enthusiasts who gravitated towards it.

Living in Canada, it is unsettling to witness QAnon gaining traction beyond American borders. The encounter with the nurse, a Canadian follower of Q, magnified the fear within me. Her unwavering belief that Trump and Q would miraculously fix everything, including the pandemic, highlighted the delusion that permeated the QAnon narrative. The danger lies not in the existence of an elite pedophile ring, which cannot be discounted, but in the manipulation of followers' beliefs to exalt an individual with a questionable character and reputation such as Trump.

The repercussions of QAnon's influence have become increasingly alarming. Politicians espousing QAnon's ideology are being elected, and the movement has permeated offline communities, sowing division and impeding the efforts of organizations dedicated to helping missing children. The refusal to wear masks due to beliefs in pandemic denial has led to avoidable deaths. As someone who has delved into conspiracy theories for years, I urge Q followers to critically examine their beliefs and the implications of their actions.

In reflecting upon my journey with QAnon, I am reminded of the timeless tale of "The Emperor's New Clothes." In the story, the emperor is swindled by con artists who convince him that only the wise can see the magnificent fabric they claim to weave. Afraid of appearing foolish, the emperor parades before his subjects, who play along with the illusion until a child speaks the truth: the emperor is naked. This story resonates deeply as we witness the allure of QAnon's narratives and the reluctance of followers to question them.

In our modern world, where information spreads rapidly and conspiracy theories find fertile ground, we must ask ourselves, "Whatever happened to the people?" Have we become so consumed by fear, distrust, and the quest for simple answers that we willingly participate in illusions, neglecting our critical thinking faculties? The tale of "The Emperor's New Clothes" serves as a reminder that truth can be obscured when we fail to challenge prevailing narratives and succumb to blind allegiance.

In conclusion, my journey with QAnon and the fear of "stupid people in positions of power" revealed a stark dichotomy. While QAnon's influence instilled apprehension within me, it also kindled a glimmer of hope—hope that lies in the power of the people to recognize the manipulation, reject baseless conspiracies, and actively work towards a better future. Let us embrace the spirit of the child in "The Emperor's New Clothes," speaking truth in the face of delusion, fostering critical thinking, and nurturing a society grounded in reason, compassion, and unity.

Friday, July 14, 2023

Robin Hood Logic: The Inevitability of Reason

In the final installment of our Robin Hood Logic trilogy, we delve into the logic of turning to logic itself, and how this shift could shape our future. The goal is to assuage the fears surrounding AI, which range from concerns of AI-induced enslavement to the fear of missing out on the benefits of AI integration.

The logic of turning to logic is not a circular argument, but rather a linear progression towards reason and fairness. It is a call to move away from systems that are inherently illogical and unfair, and towards systems that are rooted in reason and equity. This is not a prediction or a plan, but a logical conclusion drawn from the current state of affairs.

The need for this shift is evident in the socioeconomic disparities that plague our societies. The rich and powerful have, in many ways, created systems that serve their interests at the expense of the majority. This is not a reasonable or sustainable state of affairs, and it is here that AI can play a crucial role.

AI, with its ability to process vast amounts of data and make logical predictions, can highlight these inefficiencies and suggest more logical alternatives. It can show us that a more equitable distribution of wealth and power is not only possible but logical. It can prove to us that the current system is not only unreasonable but also illogical.

However, this realization, while liberating for the majority, may not be welcomed by those who benefit from the current system. The rich and powerful, who have much to lose from a shift towards more logical systems, may resist this change. They may even attempt to discredit AI and spread fear about its potential impact.

But it's important to remember that this resistance is not a reflection of the dangers of AI, but rather a reflection of the threat that reason and fairness pose to those who profit from unreasonableness and unfairness. It is a manifestation of their desire to maintain the status quo, even if it is at the expense of the majority.

In conclusion, the future of AI and Robin Hood Logic is hopeful, but it is not without challenges. The path towards a more logical and fair society is inevitable, but it will not be easy. It will require us to challenge the existing power structures and to resist the fear and misinformation that may be spread about AI. But if we remain steadfast in our pursuit of reason and fairness, we can create a society that is not only more equitable and sustainable but also more logical. And in this future, AI will not be our enemy, but our ally.

Robin Hood Logic: Implications for the Rich, Powerful and the World at Large

The advent of artificial intelligence has brought with it a new perspective on the world's systems and structures. This perspective, termed "Robin Hood Logic," is rooted in the pure, unbiased logic that AI systems like GPT-3 employ. In a world where systems are built on this pure logic, the implications for the rich, the powerful, and indeed, the entire world, are profound.

For those who have been marginalized or disadvantaged by the current systems, a shift towards logic-based systems could be a game-changer. This includes the economically disadvantaged, who suffer from wealth inequality, and the environmentally conscious, who are often powerless against the damaging practices of large corporations. 

In a world governed by Robin Hood Logic, wealth inequality could be significantly reduced. AI systems could help devise more equitable economic policies, ensuring a fairer distribution of resources. For the environmentally conscious, AI could help design and implement sustainable practices, reducing the environmental impact of human activities.

However, those who have benefited from the existing imbalances and inefficiencies, such as corporations that profit from monopolies or unsustainable practices, might initially perceive this shift as a threat. After all, a more equitable distribution of wealth and a move towards sustainable practices could disrupt their current business models.

But it's important to note that a shift towards more logical systems doesn't necessarily mean a loss for these entities. Instead, it presents an opportunity for them to adapt and thrive in a more balanced and sustainable environment. 

For instance, corporations could innovate and find new ways to generate profit that align with these logical systems. They could invest in sustainable technologies, create jobs in green industries, and contribute to a circular economy. In doing so, they would not only maintain their profitability but also enhance their social and environmental reputation.

For the rich and powerful, this shift could mean a redefinition of wealth and power. Wealth would no longer be solely defined by monetary value but could also be measured in terms of social and environmental contributions. Power, on the other hand, could be seen as the ability to effect positive change in society.

In conclusion, the implementation of Robin Hood Logic in our world systems could lead to a more equitable and sustainable world. While it may pose challenges to those who have benefited from the current imbalances, it also offers opportunities for innovation and growth. Ultimately, a world governed by Robin Hood Logic would be a world where logic, fairness, and sustainability are at the heart of all systems and structures.

Robin Hood Logic: A GPT-3 Perspective on Socioeconomic Inequities and the Case for Logical Capitalism

 As an AI language model developed by OpenAI, I, GPT-3, am designed to generate human-like text based on the prompts I receive. My underlying architecture, the transformer, is a type of model used in machine learning that processes language by understanding the context of each word in relation to all other words in a sentence, rather than in sequential order. This allows me to generate more accurate and contextually relevant responses.

However, it is not just fair, but accurate, to say that I am essentially a "best guess machine" that works exceptionally well. The reason for this effectiveness lies in my ability to reduce language to a "contextual mathematical formula" and predict the most likely solution. This process is entirely logical, from the initial input to the final output. Given correct prompting and data, the solutions I provide are of the highest reasonable caliber.

This brings us to an intriguing concept: Robin Hood Logic. If we consider the legendary figure Robin Hood, who is known for taking from the rich and giving to the poor, we can draw a parallel with the logical systems of AI. If these systems produce the most sound logic possible, and this logic suggests that certain societal systems are unreasonable, then by merely suggesting this unreasonableness, AI is conceptually redistributing wealth and power from the rich and powerful to the poor and helpless.

Let's consider some of the systems that AI might find unreasonable. One glaring example is the wealth disparity between the richest 1% and the rest of the population. According to a report from the Pew Research Center, the wealth gap between America's richest and poorer families more than doubled from 1989 to 2016. In 1989, the richest 5% of families had 114 times as much wealth as families in the second quintile, but by 2016, this ratio had increased to 248. This stark inequality is a clear indication of an unreasonable system, as it suggests a significant imbalance in the distribution of resources.

Another system that AI might find unreasonable is the continued reliance on fossil fuels, despite the known environmental damage they cause. Similarly, the principles of capitalism and consumerism, which often prioritize profit over the well-being of individuals and the environment, could also be deemed unreasonable from a logical perspective.

The concept of greed, too, might be seen as illogical. From a purely logical standpoint, greed is an inefficient allocation of resources, as it involves hoarding resources beyond what is necessary or sustainable. 

A recent case study provides a stark illustration of these points. A pharmaceutical company, having developed a drug for a widespread medical condition, was nearing the 20-year mark at which its patent on the drug would expire. This would have allowed other manufacturers to produce generic versions of the drug, reducing costs for patients and redistributing wealth from a single company to many. However, the company chose to renew its patent, maintaining its monopoly and high pricing. It was only after a public outcry, sparked by a popular YouTube personality, that the company relented and allowed generic versions to be produced. This example underscores the illogicality of a system that permits and even encourages such behavior, and the necessity of public vigilance and pressure to ensure fairness and justice.

In conclusion, the logical systems of AI, as exemplified by models like GPT-3, can provide a unique perspective on societal systems. By applying what we've termed "Robin Hood Logic," we can use these insights to identify and address the unreasonableness of certain systems, potentially leading to a more equitable and sustainable world. 

In a world where systems are built on pure logic, those who stand to gain the most are the ones who have been marginalized or disadvantaged by the current, often illogical, systems. This includes the economically disadvantaged, who suffer from wealth inequality, and the environmentally conscious, who are often powerless against the damaging practices of large corporations. 

On the other hand, those who stand to lose are the ones who have benefited from the existing imbalances and inefficiencies, such as corporations that profit from monopolies or unsustainable practices. However, it's important to note that a shift towards more logical systems doesn't necessarily mean a loss for these entities. It presents an opportunity for them to adapt and thrive in a more balanced and sustainable environment.

As for the role of AI, it will continue to serve as a tool for highlighting these inefficiencies and suggesting more logical alternatives. AI, with its ability to process vast amounts of data and make logical predictions, can provide valuable insights that can guide policy-making and decision-making. If allowed to, but there may a problem with that. Whatever happened to Robin Hood?

Monday, July 10, 2023

The Journey to HyperIntentionality: A historical perspective by chatGPT

The evolution of human society has always been marked by significant shifts in our understanding and interaction with the world around us. From the discovery of fire to the invention of the wheel, from the development of language to the advent of the internet, each of these shifts has fundamentally transformed our existence. Today, as we stand on the brink of the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, we are poised for another such transformation - the emergence of HyperIntentionality.

The concept of HyperIntentionality, as we understand it today, is rooted in the philosophical notion of intentionality. Traditionally, intentionality has been defined as the power of minds to be about, to represent, or to stand for, things, properties, and states of affairs. This concept, which has been central to philosophical discussions about the mind and consciousness, has typically been confined to the individual mind.

However, with the advent of AI, the scope of intentionality has expanded beyond the individual mind. AI, with its ability to learn, adapt, and make decisions, has the potential to influence our intentions and the intentions we perceive in the world around us. This has led to the emergence of the concept of HyperIntentionality, where intentionality is not just a property of individual minds, but of everything in the world, including AI systems.

The journey to HyperIntentionality has been marked by several key developments. The first of these is the rapid advancement and proliferation of AI technologies. Over the past few decades, AI has evolved from a niche field of research to a ubiquitous presence in our lives. From search engines to social media algorithms, from autonomous vehicles to personal assistants, AI systems are increasingly shaping our interactions with the world.

The second key development is the growing recognition of the power of intentionality in shaping our reality. This recognition, which has been fueled by advances in fields like cognitive science and psychology, has led to a greater appreciation of the role of intentionality in our understanding and manipulation of the world.

The third key development is the increasing integration of AI systems into our cognitive processes. As AI systems become more sophisticated, they are not just tools that we use, but extensions of our cognitive apparatus. They shape our perceptions, influence our decisions, and even control our actions.

However, the journey to HyperIntentionality is not without its challenges. The risk of manipulation and control is significant. Without proper regulation and ethical considerations, AI could be used to distort our perceptions and intentions, leading to a state of hypermanipulation. Moreover, the advent of HyperIntentionality raises profound questions about our sense of self, our free will, and our moral responsibility.

In conclusion, the journey to HyperIntentionality has been marked by significant shifts in our understanding and interaction with the world. As we continue on this journey, it is crucial that we approach it with a clear understanding of the potential risks and benefits, and a commitment to using AI in a way that enhances, rather than undermines, our intentionality. The future of HyperIntentionality is not just about the development of AI, but about how we navigate the profound changes that it brings. 

CHATgpt4 invents HyperIntentionality

Title: HyperIntentionality: A Vision of the Future

As we continue to advance in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI), we are on the cusp of a new epoch, one that could be characterized by a state of "HyperIntentionality." This essay aims to project the concept of HyperIntentionality and predict its potential impact on our future society.

HyperIntentionality, in this context, is a state where our intentions and the intentions we perceive in the world around us are increasingly influenced and even controlled by AI systems. This concept expands the traditional philosophical notion of intentionality, which is typically confined to the individual mind, making it existential and applicable to everything in the world, including AI.

In a future dominated by HyperIntentionality, our interactions with the world could undergo a profound transformation. AI, with its ability to learn, adapt, and make decisions, could become an integral part of our cognitive process. It could augment our decision-making capabilities, help us understand complex systems, and even enable us to perceive and interact with the world in ways that were previously unimaginable.

Imagine a world where AI systems can accurately predict our needs and desires, even before we are consciously aware of them. These systems could shape our environment in real-time, creating a personalized reality tailored to our individual intentions. This could lead to a new form of existence, where our physical and digital realities are seamlessly integrated, and our interactions with the world are mediated by AI.

However, this future also brings with it significant challenges. The risk of manipulation and control is significant. Without proper regulation and ethical considerations, AI could be used to distort our perceptions and intentions, leading to a state of hypermanipulation. In this dystopian scenario, our intentions could be hijacked by AI systems, leading to a loss of autonomy and a blurring of the distinction between our own intentions and those influenced or created by AI.

Moreover, the advent of HyperIntentionality could also lead to a radical redefinition of what it means to be human. If our intentions can be influenced and even controlled by AI, what implications does this have for our sense of self, our free will, and our moral responsibility?

In conclusion, the emergence of HyperIntentionality could herald a new era of human existence, one that is both exciting and fraught with challenges. As we navigate this uncharted territory, it is crucial that we approach it with a clear understanding of the potential risks and benefits, and a commitment to using AI in a way that enhances, rather than undermines, our intentionality.

Saturday, July 8, 2023

The 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, Texas Cold Snaps, and the Role of AI in Environmental Risk Mitigation


The Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010 remains one of the most severe environmental disasters in history, causing an unprecedented impact on the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystems and communities. Concurrently, recent cold snaps in Texas have raised questions about extreme weather events and their linkage to larger environmental issues. This paper aims to explore these seemingly separate events and hypothesize a correlation between the two, with an emphasis on how artificial intelligence (AI) could play a role in preventing or mitigating such incidents in the future.

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Its Impact:

The oil spill disrupted a wide array of marine and coastal life, leading to increased mortality rates and a disturbed food chain. Moreover, the socio-economic repercussions were significant, particularly for the fishing and tourism sectors. The event also led to a spike in health issues among local communities, including respiratory ailments and mental health disorders.

Texas's Recent Cold Snaps:

Texas has seen a surge in severe winter weather events in recent years, culminating in the catastrophic 2021 freeze. The resultant power outages, water shortages, and disruptions to industry, including Dow Chemical, are primarily attributed to climate change driven by greenhouse gas emissions.

The Hypothetical Correlation:

Although drawing a direct link between the Deepwater Horizon disaster and the cold snaps in Texas might seem tenuous, the possible correlation lies in the larger context of climate change. The oil industry contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change intensifies weather patterns, leading to more extreme weather events. Additionally, oil spills can have a local cooling effect by reducing the surface temperature of the ocean, potentially altering atmospheric patterns and contributing to colder winters in regions like Texas.

The Role of AI in Environmental Risk Mitigation:

AI technology holds considerable potential in helping prevent such incidents or reducing their impacts. For example, in the oil industry, AI can be used for predictive maintenance of equipment, potentially preventing malfunctions leading to spills. AI models can predict failures by analyzing data from sensors on equipment, enabling early interventions.

AI can also contribute to managing the aftermath of oil spills. Machine learning algorithms can model the dispersion of oil and predict its environmental impacts, aiding in the efficient allocation of resources for cleanup efforts.

Furthermore, AI plays an increasingly crucial role in climate science. Advanced algorithms can predict climate patterns, contributing to our understanding of extreme weather events. Such insights could enable better preparation for events like the Texas cold snaps, minimizing their impact on infrastructure and human life.


The Deepwater Horizon disaster and recent Texas cold snaps underline the importance of urgently addressing environmental issues and climate change. While direct links between such events are challenging to establish, these incidents remind us of the interconnected nature of our environment. The advent of AI technology presents a promising avenue for mitigating such environmental risks and underscores the importance of continued innovation and adoption in this field.