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The Triumph of Technology over Government Planning

May 11, 2011 by

Technology is the enemy of bureaucrats and dictators. By freeing people from centralized control, technology gives them power over their own lives. FULL ARTICLE by Edward Wayne Younkins


Tony Fernandez May 11, 2011 at 11:52 am

Technology is what allows us to advance despite stupid economic controls. I’d like to think that one day we will have advanced enough that we can convince enough people that there is no longer any need for the state. Of course, we already don’t need it, but there are just so many doubters in the world.

Freedom Fighter May 11, 2011 at 5:19 pm

We need a non-hertzian content addressable internet where communications is assured by quantum coupling, quantum coherence or other non-physical and non-triangulable medium. We need a medium which is impossible to trace back physically. So that we can have true communications freedom where people could buy and sell freely and communicate freely without fearing of being traced back and cracked down for illegal activities or illegal speech.

Plus, such communications, being non-hertzian based, would be free, you would only need to buy the hardware, no more internet fees.

Instead of having an IP address and search for the physical and logical address of the content, you would search for content which would be scattered all over the network, true cloud computing where you no longer care where the data is stored because it’s everywhere and nowhere at the same time.

I have an idea how to build such a system using non-hertzian carriers. Background white noise is in fact the carrier, no longer will sine waves be used.

Freedom Fighter May 11, 2011 at 5:28 pm

You would need an array of DRAM memory. Let’s say one terabyte as the transmitter and one terabyte as the receiver.

You must use photochemical transistors where the chemistry of each transistor is modified by the absorption of a photon.

You use a prism to split the light of a laser and each branch is then sent to the photochemical transistors to be absorbed. Each transistor is in fact absorbing a coupled photon and the photon is now part of the transistor.

The protocol of operation of such a system would be the following.
The transmitter would work by loading all the memory spaces of the 1 terabyte array simultaneously with the byte you want to transmit and then replaced by a mask byte.

Let’s say you want to transmit 10101010 to the other memory array, you would rapidly load 10101010 then 11111111 alternately over and over again.

At the 1 terabyte receiver memory array, you inject white noise and read each memory space serially and read them one by one and survey the numbers generated.

Chances are, the numbers that will occur the most are the mask and the number you’ve loaded in the transmitter.

With CRC and error corrections, you then verify with the transmitter for the number received and when everything is okay, you send the next number.

Such a quantum based non-hertzian communications protocol would enable to do without satellites and communications lines and once the hardware is purchased, it would be free of charge, no monthly fees and there would be no way to trace back geographically the transmitter nor the receiver of information, thus giving complete communications and commercial freedom over this network.

Gil May 12, 2011 at 12:27 am

Or you could tie a piece of paper to a pigeon’s leg and let it fly:


Freedom Fighter May 11, 2011 at 5:33 pm

The reason the current internet is dangerous is because you have an IP address which is linked to your internet service provider which knows your physical geographical address.

So if you say illegal things or sell illegal things on the internet, you will be caught.
But with a non-hertzian based communications system, there is no middleman between the two communicating parties and the communication is based on quantum coupling so there is no way to triangulate the origin nor the destination of the communication. There is no “signal”.

Such a system would bring total communications and transactional freedom.

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