MORONS IN UNSUSPECTED PLACES


As Collins relates, going to other galaxies is problematic for humans because of the obviously brief lifespan, but what about AI?

Jay Dyer

Well, going to other galaxies is problematic, indeed, for the very simple fact that there are no galaxies outside the fictions and the artists’ impressions produced by NASA & associates, and propagandized by modern snake oil salesmen (they call them scientists, however).

Anyway, that ludicrous scam is the idol that nobody is willing to renounce, including smart people who have come near the Truth, thanks just to their smartness. Yet, that idol is the most easy to smash, just a few days of research would suffice.

The problem is that, usually, these smart people think that their progress towards the Truth comes by their own merits, so that they stay fundamentally unchurched and bound in the wisdom of the world. The funny end is that their vast knowledge ties them even better to the most idiotic thing born out of the fallen human mind: the spinning-ball shooting across an infinite universe populated by stellar systems bound together by magic (they call it gravity, however).

Failing to call unceasingly for the Lord’s mercy, they remain blind to Whom belong all knowledge, so that they are doomed, in the best case, to stay entrapped in the dialectical mirror games they denounce.

The irresistible lightness of the world….

Their recurrent report about the Artificial Intelligence scarecrow is no less ambiguous. It’s perplexing their belief in the possibility for man to create an artificial (autonomous) will: you need a person to have a will and only God can create a person!

Machines without mankind are just empty shell, and they will stay that way.

Sometimes I even fear that these smart people’s keen immersion in deep looks at the darkness has lesser to do with their love for the Truth than with a hidden hope for the darkness to look back at them.

NOTA BENE – When I say “smart people”, it is said without any irony. The author in case is among the soundest philosophers in circulation today.

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