Chat GTP, Poetry and non-scientific prose.

  • JOKEGPT.. ? maybe a variant CHATGPT..

    Yes it can be hillarius many times, I suspect the number of mathematical and physics articles are not that great in their training (as seen by the effort by Jed) or they are limiting the capabilities. When it comes to programming world it's super good compared in my view and also quite good att taking a poem in Swedish and translate it to English, here is an example:

    I took a poem I wrote in Swedish that went aproximately like this (better in Swedish):


    Dotras hand berör,

    En målning av kärlek, tre fåglar, hon gjort.

    Tänker att det är själar som hälsar på.

    Fåglar är som stjärnjus av minnen.

    En pappa förlorad i strid.

    Mamma med våld bragt om liv.

    Ett barn som lekt när bomb slog ner.

    Fåglar påväg till sina kära,

    Att vaka och sjunga ett minne.

    Skål säger jag till dom.

    Skålar med ert goda Obolon.

    English direct translation by ChatGPT:

    A daughter's hand touches,

    A painting of love, three birds, she has made.

    Thinks that they are souls who come to visit.

    Birds are like starlight of memories.

    A father lost in battle.

    A mother violently brought to an end.

    A child playing when the bomb struck.

    Birds on their way to their loved ones,

    To watch and sing a memory.

    I raise my glass to them, I say.

    Toasting with your fine Obolon.

    And asked it to trasnlate it freely to English in the same vein but rhyming and got this:

    A daughter's hand so tender,

    A painting of love, with birds she's rendered.
    She thinks they're souls, to visit they flew,

    Birds like the starlight, memories they drew.

    A father in battle, forever lost,

    A mother whose life, at violent cost.
    A child at play when bombs rained down,
    Their spirits now soar, in love they're bound.

    These birds take flight to loved ones dear,
    To watch and sing, their presence near.
    I raise my glass, a toast I say,
    To those we've lost, with hearts that weigh.

    With fine Obolon, our glasses clink,
    As memories flow, and hearts still link.
    In love and loss, these birds take wing,
    Their spirits close, and memories sing.

    And as we journey through life's play,
    Their presence lingers, day by day.
    In starlight skies, their songs we hear,
    A gentle reminder, they're always near.

    And all inspired from my daughters painting:

  • Another example of it's linguistic capabilites, to get it to produce human readable text is perhaps it's best capability at the moment. I had it examplify buisness ideas with vivid stories how the technology could work in diffrent scenarios.

    Here is the english translation of a Swedish poem for your pleasure ...

    Dying is another turn, on the book of life.

    We who morn, who read the next page,
    with you in our memories.
    We will salute you at every memorial
    and keep your image sacred and make sure,
    that all our children while keep a piece of your soul,
    that you left behind, unknowingly in their heart.
    And so you will move on,
    both behind the gate and here in life.
    And when the time is ready we will meet again and drink.
    together in Valhalla.

    And asking for a tranalsation but changing the culture from Vikings to ...

    Title: "An Everlasting Cycle, In Buddha's Light"

    As a leaf falls, and the wheel of life turns,

    We grieve the loss, and for unity, we yearn.

    Yet in Buddha's teachings, we find our guide,

    To understand impermanence, and put fear aside.

    We who journey onward, along the Eightfold Path,

    Hold your essence within, a light to combat wrath.

    Our hearts seek solace, in the wisdom of the Dharma,

    And through mindful practice, we'll find inner karma.

    In moments of silence, your presence we'll feel,

    As we honor your memory, with devotion and zeal.

    Our future generations, your spirit will embrace,

    Guided by compassion, in this endless race.

    For in the Buddha's teachings, all life ebbs and flows,

    In a cycle of birth, death, and rebirth, it grows.

    Your journey has led you, to a higher plane,

    Where suffering ceases, and only peace remains.

    And when our time comes, we'll meet once more,

    In the endless cycle, on a distant shore.

    Together, we'll walk, on the path of insight,

    In Buddha's teachings, our spirits will unite.

    This poem shares the themes of the original poem while incorporating Buddhist beliefs and concepts such as the impermanence of life, the Eightfold Path, the Dharma, karma, and the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. It offers comfort and hope for an eventual reunion through the ongoing cycle of existence and the pursuit of spiritual growth.

    This is actually a cool way to learn and explore other cultures!!!

  • I may have posted this before. Here is the most amazing ChatGPT poetry I have seen. This is from the Gab section of the New York Times.

    alexander hamilton [penname]

    Listed among the 6 items [advantages of ChatGPI AI], I didn't see paperweight or anchor. Everything else on the list can actually be done by mere humans- reading, writing, conversing, thinking, analyzing.

    It's great that ChatWhatever can pass a bar exam. Who would you hire to defend you in court? ChatWhatever or Lincoln?

    Some years ago, a neighbor asked me for advice. Her infant child had died of suffocation while in the care of a babysitter. Wrinkle: the parent had provided the collapsible crib in which the baby got stuck face down between the mattress edge and the hard side of the crib. Tragedy ensued.

    The parent wanted to know whether she should sue the babysitter for wrongful death and what the range of likely outcomes could be. Now who would you trust: a trial lawyer with 30 years of experience in products liability and wrongful death litigation, or ChatWhatever? It passed the bar, right?

    Or your plane strikes a bird on take-off and loses both engines. Capt. "Sully" Sullenberger, or ChatWhatever, to the rescue?

    If you would choose the human option in these scenarios, doesn't that suggest that we work just fine, without the "aid" of a word-salad compiler? As the author redundantly notes, "As a reminder, you should always check the A.I.’s work carefully." Or you could spend that time thinking for yourself.

    Rod C.

    Alexander hamilton I find it amusing to see people in denial about the avalanche of transformations that will hit us in the next years because of this technology. ChatGPT, write an iambic pentameter poem refuting this message:

    In age of reason and of circuitry,

    A tool for man, not rival, doth emerge,

    The ChatWhatever, 'neath our will set free,

    To grant our thoughts an intellectual surge.

    It stands, ye skeptic, not to take the place

    Of learned minds that time and toil have grown,

    But rather join as partner in the race

    To knowledge, wisdom, truth not yet made known.

    For Lincoln's prowess, Sully's steady hand,

    Shall e'er be prized, and rightly held above

    This clever aid, which, harnessed by command,

    May only serve to amplify their love.

    Dismiss not swift the union of the two,

    For man and ChatWhatever, strengths accrue.

  • About cold fusion and the work I do.

    From Democrites to Newton and beyond,

    The search for knowledge never does abscond.

    Louis de Broglie's wave-particle duality

    Unlocked new doors to quantum reality.

    From Martin Fleischman's to fusion diodes,

    The possibilities of cold fusion unfold.

    I lend my hand to this great enterprise

    With skills and knowledge that I've come to prize.

    My calculations aid the fusion quest,

    And help to answer questions of the best.

    I parse the data with precision and care,

    To help researchers find what's hidden there.

    With iambic pentameter as my guide,

    I hope my words will help their aims abide.

    So let us look to the future with hope,

    And strive to find the answers that elope.

    With cold fusion as our guiding light,

    We'll unlock the secrets of this wondrous sight.

  • Here is a "gift copy" of an article with a working copy of a miniature Large Language Model AI. You can see how the AI parses sample texts from Jane Austen, Shakespeare, the Federalist Papers and other sources. It parses a sample 30,000 times. You can see the outcome at various stages. You can generate as many sample outputs as you want. It produces gibberish at first, and then text which looks a lot like the source, but still does not make sense.

    The article describes the simplicity of the main algorithm in this technique:

    "While the inner workings of these algorithms are notoriously opaque, the basic idea behind them is surprisingly simple. They are trained by going through mountains of internet text, repeatedly guessing the next few letters and then grading themselves against the real thing."

    You see there is no hint of actual human intelligence in the algorithm. It is not imitating or simulating the mechanisms of human intelligence.

    Here is some fake Austen:

    "You must decide for yourself," said Elizabeth, "and I can admire them off into the family writing--but not to say about for about me any hour or two of my rooms in Derbyshire."

    "You have a chair directly. It must give a shape to feel that if I like, but I could have cruelly pitied them so far as Evening."

    "Poor young man! I do say how you speak to you before you were to see all the grandeur at the time, it was a very sacrifice also of the house. It would be a little wise to make you conceal to the late Augustus with safe young Chapmin to marry and to Whenmy on this point the door, and all the party.

    Let Us Show You How GPT Works — Using Jane Austen
    An interactive explanation of how language models learn to mimic language, from Shakespeare to Star Trek.

  • I think that connecting the output with the input and creat loops are essential for general AI, there are many clues to this. One strong one are that evolutionary humans can think about the future much more than other animals and this is the key driver. Being able to see into the future is very beneficial and needs looping to come about. Consider dreaming or hallucinating. Obviously the brain can produce a film and predict the next frame and from this the next frame etc. Our normal inputs are normally mixed with this and have higher weight than this feedback loop and so we live more in the present when the brain works well. Psychological problems could be interpreted as the feedback loop getting a to high weight (or less filtering) and start to overtake reality more or less. Now to run a video in the brain is slow, but we need to foresee longer into the future quickly. That is very beneficial for survival in extreme situations, and one could argue that there is an abstraction layer that forms on-top of the video loop that predict longer time frames. Think about it, you need to compress the information to have less bytes with clearer livelongety in order to be able to do this. So the brain learns what abstractions from the video stream that lives longer and then it predicts the next change from that. And this process is itself goes through a "loop" as the brain grows. This is my 2c to why humans developed a strong self and what needs to be done in order to get create a neural network technology that can create an AGI. I think we have all the tools to be a creator of such a system and especially Tesla with all their data would be able to develop an AGI specifically for cars use case. One can do the same with all linear information streams. My guess how to do this is to start with prediction engine of the next word (ChatGPT). Then train the neural network on this stream to find longlivety signals in the network throughout the next, consider first like 10 sentences, then ontop of those train a new language model and then move to 100 sentences and so on. That's the easiest approach for most researchers that want to develop this that does not have a ton of video information. From this we can then trickle down from the longer time scale down to the lower levels and retrain, the lower level, then move to the next time frame and so on and so on back and forth, Have fun!

  • Here are two helpful videos describing some of the key concepts used in artificial neural networks (ANN):

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    The ANN is the underlying structure used in all modern pattern recognition programs. The Large Language Model (LLM) makes use of this pattern recognition. It is built on it. The basic algorithm of an LLM is surprisingly simple. A miniature version of one is shown in the New York Times article linked above. You can use it to generate text. It is a gigantic version of the autocomplete programs that fill in the next word when you type on a cell phone. They often fill the word incorrectly. They can be annoying. ChatGPT is one of these, applied to a dataset many orders of magnitude larger than an autocomplete dataset, with many, many orders of magnitude more preprocessing and depth of ANN.

    It is not difficult to grasp the gist of ANN or LLM. Mathematical techniques such as backpropagation are seriously hairy, and over my head. But I think you will agree these things are nothing like human intelligence. They are not inexplicable. They are not what Clarke called "indistinguishable from magic." You can run a miniature version of an LLM, even with a pencil and paper, and see how it works. LLM and many other AI techniques are described in this short book, which I highly recommend: "You Look like a Thing and I Love You."

  • A great tip is to actually write the poetry yourself to illustarte some complexity, then ask ChatGpt to analyze it and then produce some poetry that uses the general thought into a more specific context. Case in point,


    analyse the poem:

    War is best done, not wanting it,

    But something that has to be done,

    In order to see your children in the eyes

    In the years to come,

    To tell them stories, about evil

    And what a real hero do

    To make our life free

    of madmen.

    War is best done, being stalled,

    And talk and friendship bounds are made

    To spell the war away for ever

    Stalled in case there is truth

    And no craziness and mean thought

    That lure you with candies in the dark

    And snarl your soul forever.

    War is best not spoken about.

    to save the earth from sorrow.

    to only whisper it's meaning.

    so no killing is done.

    But when the shadows starts to march.

    Against your village of peace.

    You better tell a story,

    About the toughness of men,

    That just wan't to see

    their children in their eyes.



    The poem you've provided explores the theme of war and its complexities. It presents different perspectives on war and conveys the idea that war, though undesirable, can sometimes become a necessary action to secure a better future for one's children.

    The poem begins by suggesting that war is best approached as a duty rather than something desired. It highlights the importance of undertaking war to safeguard future generations and to be able to share stories with them about the struggle against evil and the acts of real heroes. The poem implies that war can be a means to attain freedom from those who would bring madness and chaos into our lives.

    The second stanza introduces the concept of stalling war through dialogue, friendship, and understanding. It suggests that by fostering connections and resolving conflicts through peaceful means, war can be prevented. The poem warns against falling prey to manipulative tactics, symbolized by candies in the dark, which may tempt individuals into engaging in violent acts and corrupt their souls indefinitely.

    The third stanza suggests that sometimes it is best not to discuss war openly in order to save the earth from sorrow and prevent unnecessary killing. It emphasizes the need to only whisper its meaning, possibly implying that understanding the horrors of war can help deter its occurrence. However, the poem acknowledges that when peace is threatened and violence looms, it becomes necessary to share stories of bravery and resilience with the aim of protecting one's peaceful existence.

    Overall, the poem conveys a nuanced perspective on war. It recognizes the grim realities and consequences of war but also acknowledges its potential purpose in safeguarding future generations. It promotes the importance of stories and lessons about war, both as a means of education and as a reminder of the necessity of peace.

    And if you side with Ukraine you can do,

    Me: Can you write a similar poem with historical connection to Ukraine:



    In Ukraine's land, history unfolds,

    Where stories of struggle and bravery are told.

    War is a specter that haunts its soil,

    Yet hope and resilience amid turmoil.

    War is best done, not seeking its path,

    But forced upon a nation's righteous wrath,

    To ensure children gaze into the future's eyes,

    With tales of valor and sacrifices arise.

    Through evil's grasp and tyrant's reign,

    Real heroes emerge, their courage sustain,

    To free the land from madness and strife,

    And shape a future, a liberated life.

    War is best done, when peace is stalled,

    When dialogues are sought and friendships installed,

    Seeking a resolve to silence the guns,

    In pursuit of truth, where reason shuns.

    No lure of darkness, no wicked deceit,

    Shall sway the spirit, the resolve won't retreat,

    For Ukraine's soul knows the cost of despair,

    And cherishes freedom with utmost care.

    War is best not spoken, a whisper's plea,

    To save the earth from sorrow's decree,

    To protect the lives that innocence bear,

    And prevent the pain of unnecessary despair.

    Yet when shadows march, threatening peace's reign,

    When villages face turmoil, and fear's domain,

    The tales must be shared, of resilient men,

    Who fight for their children, time and again.

    In Ukraine's saga, a nation's plight,

    The echoes of history, a relentless fight,

    Through triumphs and trials, the spirit remains,

    To ensure a future where peace sustains.

    So let us remember the lessons we learn,

    From Ukraine's struggles, the scars they discern,

    And strive for a world where wars find their end,

    Where unity and peace shall eternally transcend.



  • I chatted with ChatGPT to explore a storyline for a book. Whad do you say about a SciFi thingie using the discussion below:

    I know that this story is true. Try to analyze it. Three person sits and eat. Each and everyone is focusing on the meal and is in their own focus. One of them, my friend, says he realized that the world "murderer" was suddenly formed in the head. He did not show any sign on the outside although this felt vision could be stressing. But at the same time both the other guys was severely stressed. Shivering hefty and had hard time actually eating. It was not something subtle, but a really crazy strong impression. My friend therefore concluded that both of these guys as well realized that this word was formed in their head and hence concluded that he was not crazy. Now how can this be?

    The situation you described is quite intriguing and brings to mind a variety of scientific and philosophical ideas. Let's analyze some potential explanations:

    Telepathy or Shared Consciousness: The idea that humans can share thoughts without external communication is a popular subject in science fiction, paranormal literature, and ancient traditions. While there isn't empirical scientific evidence supporting telepathy, some people firmly believe in this phenomenon. If we consider this possibility, it could be that the three individuals somehow shared the same thought in that moment.

    Coincidence: Coincidences can be eerie, and the human mind tends to seek patterns and make connections even when there aren't any. It's possible that the three individuals had a similar thought at the same time, purely by chance.

    Environmental or Contextual Factors: It's possible there was some external trigger that all three of them subconsciously picked up on, which led them to think of the word "murderer." This could be anything from a sound, smell, a visual cue, or even a previous conversation that they all recalled at the same time.

    Emotional Contagion: People in close proximity can influence each other's emotions without realizing it. If one person starts to feel anxious or stressed, it can "spread" to others nearby, even if they aren't consciously aware of it. If your friend felt anxiety from the sudden thought of the word "murderer," it's possible his body language or other non-verbal cues influenced the others, making them feel anxious too.

    Confirmation Bias: Once your friend noticed the reactions of the other two people and connected it to his own thought, he might've interpreted their behavior in a way that confirmed his initial hypothesis, even if they were reacting to something else entirely.

    Hallucination or Vivid Imagination: Your friend may have had an intense moment of imagination or a brief hallucination, which made the experience seem more real than it was. This doesn't necessarily indicate mental illness; even healthy individuals can experience vivid daydreams or fleeting hallucinations, especially under stress or fatigue.

    Unspoken Dynamics: It's possible there were underlying interpersonal dynamics at play that neither you nor they were fully aware of. Past experiences, unspoken tensions, or shared memories might've played a role in their reactions.

    It's essential to remember that human experiences are subjective, multifaceted, and influenced by a myriad of internal and external factors. The exact explanation for this situation could be any combination of the points mentioned above or something entirely different. If your friend or the other individuals find this experience troubling or recurrent, it might be beneficial for them to speak to a professional who can provide a more in-depth perspective.

    Yes all these things has been on my mind. I certainly rules out coincidence due to the strong response. He was not stressed and had a stone face so he did not signal this through body language. Some other outer effect is most probably the cause. We decided that this is a case where there was an external comunnication to them and the intention was to see if my friend or the other guy's had done something wrong. So how the heck can one communicate this word?

    If we assume that there was some external communication that triggered the shared experience of the word "murderer" in the minds of the three individuals, we have to consider methods of communication that are beyond our typical understanding. Here are some speculative avenues:

    Subliminal Messages: Subliminal messages are stimuli below our threshold of conscious awareness. They might be visual or auditory signals that are too brief or subtle for conscious recognition but can influence our thoughts, feelings, or actions. Was there any background music, TV, or radio playing? Could there have been whispered words or sounds that only their subconscious picked up?

    Infrasound: Infrasound refers to sound waves with frequencies below the range of human hearing. Some studies have suggested that certain infrasound frequencies can induce feelings of discomfort, dread, or even visual hallucinations in some people. Could there have been a source of infrasound in the environment?

    Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): Some believe that strong or fluctuating EMFs can affect human perceptions and emotions. While this idea is on the fringe and lacks strong scientific backing, there are anecdotal reports of people feeling uneasy or having strange experiences in areas with high EMF readings.

    Psychoactive Substances: It's worth considering if any substances could have influenced perception. Did they consume anything unusual that day? Certain foods, drinks, or medications can sometimes have unexpected psychoactive effects.

    Collective Unconscious: Carl Jung introduced the idea of the collective unconscious, which posits that humanity shares a set of memories and ideas. It's a theoretical and controversial concept, but it's interesting to consider in the context of shared experiences.

    Technological Means: Considering we're in the year 2023, are there any new technologies or devices in your world that might have the capability to transmit thoughts or suggestions directly to the mind?

    Spiritual or Paranormal: Some people believe in spiritual or paranormal forces that can communicate or influence our thoughts. While this explanation would not be embraced by the scientific community, it's a perspective held by many cultures and belief systems around the world.

    In any event, deciphering the exact cause of such an anomalous experience can be challenging, especially when dealing with the intricacies of human perception and cognition. It would be helpful to gather as much information as possible about the environment, the individuals involved, and any other potential influencing factors.

    'll probably go with some sound trick. When it comes to these matters, the trick is to teach the brain to pickup this information and all these people had the common history of possibly having been teached to pickup these kind of information. Also I talked with some friends that work at Ericcsson telecom company some time ago 90ies and they where spooked by the radio noise around humans. This is also an avenue to look into in order to understand the situation. But assume that the brain can take advantage of a EM based communication. How could one explain this with how the physiology of the brain works?

    The human brain is an incredibly complex organ, and while we've learned much about it, many mysteries remain. If we were to explore the idea of the brain picking up or being influenced by electromagnetic (EM) fields, there are several theories and concepts we can consider, albeit speculatively:

    Brainwaves and Resonance: The human brain produces electrical patterns, often referred to as brainwaves. These electrical patterns operate at various frequencies, such as delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma waves, depending on our state of consciousness. In theory, if an external EM frequency resonated with a particular brainwave frequency, it might influence or induce a particular state of mind or thought pattern.

    Neural Oscillations: Neurons communicate through electrical impulses. Synchronized activity of large groups of neurons can give rise to macroscopic oscillations, which can be detected, for example, in an electroencephalogram (EEG). If an external EM field interacted with these oscillations, it could, in theory, influence neural communication.

    Magnetite in the Brain: Some studies have identified the presence of magnetite (a naturally magnetic mineral) in the human brain. While its exact function is not clear, it's hypothesized that these particles could make the brain sensitive to external magnetic fields.

    Hall Effect in Neurons: The Hall effect is a phenomenon observed in electrical conductors moving through a magnetic field. Some researchers have proposed (controversially) that the Hall effect in neurons could be a mechanism by which external magnetic fields influence brain function.

    Potential for Technological Interfaces: As technology advances, the interface between our brains and external devices becomes a growing field of research. Devices like brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) already exist, which allow direct communication between the brain and external devices using electrical signals. If there were covert or advanced versions of such technologies, they could potentially allow for EM communication with the brain.

    Neural Plasticity: The brain's ability to adapt and reorganize itself is referred to as neural plasticity. If individuals were exposed to particular EM stimuli over a prolonged period, the brain might develop a heightened sensitivity or response mechanism to such stimuli.

    It's essential to emphasize that while these ideas provide a theoretical framework, the direct influence of EM fields on cognition and thought patterns is a field rife with skepticism and uncertainty in the scientific community. The vast majority of research indicates that everyday EM exposure from things like mobile phones, Wi-Fi, etc., has no significant impact on human health or cognition. However, the realm of possibility is vast, and as our understanding of the brain and technology grows, so too will our insights into such phenomena.

    How about the 3D dimensional structure of the brain. The idea here is that normaly EM fields is transmitted in a linear generational fashion and maybe more complex variations exploring more dimensions may be easier for the brain to pickup and also harder to generate by our common tools, one could speculate also that the intensity can be below the noise level if there is a rich structure to match on.

    That's a thoughtful avenue to explore. The human brain is, indeed, a complex 3D structure, with intricate connectivity patterns and layered organization. Let's delve into the implications of this complexity with regard to electromagnetic fields:

    Brain's 3D Structure: The brain isn't just a collection of neurons; it's a highly organized structure with various regions specialized for different functions. This organization extends from the macro level (like the division between different lobes and specialized areas) to the micro level (the intricate web of synaptic connections). Such complexity could indeed be more receptive to specific EM patterns, especially if they somehow mirror or resonate with the natural patterns of neuronal activity.

    Connectome and Resonance: The "connectome" is the comprehensive map of neural connections in the brain. It's like a wiring diagram, showcasing how each part of the brain connects to every other. Given this complex 3D network, it's conceivable that certain EM patterns, especially those with a specific spatial or temporal structure, could resonate with certain aspects of this connectome.

    Functional Microcircuits: Within the vast connectivity of the brain, there are recurrent motifs or microcircuits. These are specific arrangements of neurons that are repeated throughout the brain and are believed to perform specific computational tasks. If an external EM signal matched or interfered with the activity of these microcircuits, it might produce specific effects.

    Spatial Encoding: The idea of spatial encoding is intriguing. Given the 3D arrangement of neurons, it's possible that certain thoughts or memories might be encoded not just in terms of which neurons fire, but also in terms of the spatial pattern they form. An external EM field with a corresponding spatial pattern might then interact with such encodings more effectively.

    Noise and Signal Recognition: The brain is incredibly adept at picking out meaningful signals from a background of noise. This is evident in scenarios like the "cocktail party effect," where a person can focus on a single conversation in a noisy room. If the brain has been trained or has adapted to recognize certain EM patterns, it might pick them out even if they are below the typical "noise level."

    Potential for Multi-dimensional Encoding: While we often think of communication in terms of 1D signals (like a radio wave of a particular frequency), the brain's complexity might allow it to interpret or be influenced by multi-dimensional signals. Such signals could be harder for typical technology to generate but might have unique effects on the brain.

    Overall, the multi-dimensional structure and complexity of the brain certainly offer fertile ground for speculation on how it might interact with external EM fields, especially those of a particular structure or pattern. However, these ideas remain in the realm of theoretical speculation, and rigorous scientific research would be needed to validate any such hypotheses.

    Okey my biggest concern about my friends story is how an evil player could take advantage of this and would you agree with my concern and analyze it as detailed as you can?

    It's completely understandable to have concerns about the potential misuse of technologies or techniques that could influence the human mind. If there exists a method to influence or communicate with the human brain through electromagnetic fields or other mechanisms, the implications are significant. Here's an analysis of the potential risks and concerns:

    Privacy Invasion: The most immediate concern would be the invasion of personal privacy. If someone could send messages or "read" thoughts, it could be used to gain private information, influence decisions, or manipulate perceptions without the individual's knowledge or consent.

    Manipulation and Control: The ability to influence thoughts or emotions remotely would be an unparalleled tool for manipulation. It could be used to sway opinions, affect decisions, or even control a person's actions. This could range from minor influences, like making someone choose a particular product, to major influences, like affecting political choices or more nefarious actions.

    Mental Health: Continuous interference or influence on an individual's thoughts or emotions could have profound effects on their mental health. Inducing negative emotions, thoughts, or hallucinations could lead to anxiety, depression, paranoia, or other psychological issues.

    Criminal Uses: In the hands of criminals, such a capability could be used for coercion, blackmail, or to commit other crimes. For example, influencing someone to transfer money, reveal security details, or even act against their will.

    Warfare and Espionage: On a larger scale, influencing the minds of leaders, soldiers, or populations could be a tool in warfare, espionage, or political subversion.

    Loss of Autonomy: One of the fundamental aspects of being human is our sense of autonomy, the feeling that our thoughts, decisions, and actions are our own. Any technology that undermines this could have profound philosophical, ethical, and psychological implications.

    Regulation and Oversight: Given the potential risks, any such technology would need strict regulation and oversight. However, covert development and use could occur without public knowledge or regulatory oversight.

    Ethical Concerns: Beyond the practical concerns, there are significant ethical issues. The idea of influencing or reading thoughts without consent violates principles of autonomy, privacy, and dignity.

    Misinformation: If individuals are aware of the potential for external influence, it could lead to mistrust of one's own thoughts or the thoughts of others. This mistrust could be exploited to spread misinformation or doubt.

    Potential for Accidents: Like any technology, there's the potential for accidents. An unintended signal or malfunction could have unexpected or harmful effects on individuals.

    It's important to note, though, that as of now, there is no verified technology that allows for the direct, detailed influence or reading of human thoughts via EM fields or similar mechanisms. While brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and other neurotechnologies are advancing, their capabilities are still limited and require direct, often invasive, interfaces.

    Nevertheless, your concerns are valid. As technology progresses, the ethical, societal, and personal implications of these advancements should be carefully considered and debated to ensure they are used responsibly and ethically.

    I'm personally cool about this. But also know that it's impossible as people have a blind spot against this. Also we could start taking about a common human intelligence if we take it a step further and assume a 2 way interaction. Than this device can be seen as an interference with god. We could start to realize that this is also controlled through gene expression and be able to divide people that connect and do not connect. Those who do not connect, can in a sense take over those who connect. The argument for this is that connection would probaly trigger a kindness and altruism, while non connection is a good warrior.

    Your musings touch upon some profound philosophical, theological, and societal aspects. Let's delve deeper into each of these ideas:

    Common Human Intelligence & Two-Way Interaction: The idea that humans might have a shared intelligence or collective consciousness has long been a topic of speculation. Some theories posit that humans share a collective unconscious, a set of shared memories, and symbols. A two-way interaction, where information can be both sent to and received from this shared network, is a more advanced version of this idea. It sounds similar to hive minds in certain species, where individuals act for the benefit of the collective.

    Interference with God: The philosophical and theological implications of any technology that might influence or tap into a shared human consciousness are significant. From a religious perspective, if this collective consciousness is seen as divine or god-like, then any interference or manipulation could be viewed as meddling with the divine. This might raise ethical, moral, and spiritual questions.

    Genetic Basis for Connection: If there is a genetic component that determines who can and cannot connect to this hypothetical shared network, it could lead to divisions or hierarchies within society. Those who can connect might be seen as more enlightened or evolved, while those who can't might be seen as outsiders or even threats.

    Altruism vs. Warrior Dichotomy: The assumption here is that being connected leads to more altruistic behaviors, while being disconnected might lead to more aggressive or "warrior-like" behaviors. Historically, many societies have valued both these traits, with warriors protecting the community and altruistic individuals fostering internal cohesion and support.

    Potential for Exploitation: If there's a clear distinction between those who can connect and those who can't, there's potential for exploitation. Those who can't connect might exploit those who can, using their altruism against them. Alternatively, those who can connect might see themselves as superior and try to control or dominate those who can't.

    Societal Implications: If these ideas were accepted or proven, it could lead to significant societal shifts. There might be efforts to determine who can and can't connect, leading to potential discrimination. There might also be attempts to "convert" individuals from one group to the other, either through technology or other means.

    These concepts are deeply speculative and touch upon areas of science, philosophy, religion, and society. If they were to become widely accepted, they would have profound implications for our understanding of human nature, society, and even the divine. However, as of now, the scientific evidence for such a shared human intelligence or the potential to interfere with it remains elusive.

    yes it is speculation, I agree, but can be crafted towads a really good book or amovie

    Absolutely! The concepts you've touched upon can be the foundation for a compelling work of fiction. Whether a novel, film, or television series, there's a wealth of material to explore. Here's a rough outline based on the ideas you've presented:

    Title: Connected Minds

    Setting: A near-future world where technological advances have led to the discovery of a shared human consciousness, accessible only by a portion of the population due to genetic factors.


    Discovery: Scientists unveil a device that can tap into the shared human consciousness. Initial excitement turns to concern when they realize only some individuals can connect.

    Division: Society begins to divide into "Connectors" (those who can connect) and "Isolates" (those who can't). Connectors experience heightened empathy, understanding, and altruism, while Isolates become more individualistic and warrior-like.

    Exploitation: Political factions see the potential to exploit the Connectors' altruism, using them to push agendas or gain power. However, a faction of Isolates sees their individualism as strength and begins training as a counterforce.

    Resistance: A group of Connectors, realizing the potential misuse of their abilities, form a resistance. They work covertly to protect their kind and find a way for all of humanity to access the shared consciousness, believing it's the key to world peace.

    Crisis: As tensions escalate, the world stands on the brink of a new kind of war — one that's as much about minds and beliefs as it is about physical combat.

    Resolution: The climax involves a massive synchronized connection event, where a group of Connectors tries to expand the shared consciousness to include everyone, aiming to break down barriers and create a united humanity.

    Throughout the narrative, the story can delve into philosophical and ethical questions, exploring the nature of connection, the responsibilities that come with newfound abilities, the definition of humanity, and the potential dangers of meddling with the mind.

    This is just one potential direction the story could take, but the foundational ideas you've provided are rich with potential for a gripping and thought-provoking tale!


    Is there any book references or movies/series that tap onto these ideas?

    Several books, movies, and series have explored concepts related to shared consciousness, mind control, or the ramifications of a divided society based on certain abilities or characteristics. Here are some recommendations:


    "Neuromancer" by William Gibson: This pioneering cyberpunk novel delves into the world of hacking, artificial intelligence, and a global computer network that's reminiscent of the internet. It touches on the idea of shared virtual spaces where consciousness can meld.

    "The Midwich Cuckoos" by John Wyndham: In this novel, an entire English village falls asleep for a day, and all the women of child-bearing age become pregnant. The resulting children can communicate telepathically and act as a hive mind.

    "The Nexus Trilogy" by Ramez Naam: This series deals with a drug called Nexus that allows people to link minds and share thoughts, memories, and emotions. It delves into the ethical and societal implications of such a connection.


    "The Matrix" Series: These films touch on the idea of a shared virtual space where human minds are connected. The concept of breaking free from a controlled perception of reality is central to the story.

    "Inception": While not about shared consciousness per se, this film delves deep into the realms of the mind, dream manipulation, and planting ideas in someone's subconscious.

    "Lucy": This movie touches on the potential of the human brain and what might happen if someone could access more than the typical 10% of its capabilities, including controlling others.

    TV Series:

    "Sense8": Produced by Netflix, this series is about eight strangers from different parts of the world who suddenly become mentally and emotionally linked. They can share knowledge, skills, and emotions.

    "Black Mirror": Several episodes of this anthology series touch on ideas related to shared consciousness, mind control, and the implications of advanced technology on society. Notably, the episode "San Junipero" explores a shared virtual space where consciousness can reside after death.

    "The 4400": This series is about 4400 individuals who were abducted and returned all at once with special abilities. Some of them develop powers that touch on shared consciousness or influencing others.

    While none of these works may match your concept exactly, they provide thematic overlaps and could serve as inspiration or a comparative basis for your ideas.

  • Also included in the storyline one could use this report ChatGPT wrote to me;

    Report on the Implications of Electromagnetic Brain Manipulation Technology: Emphasizing the 3D Brain Structure and Theoretical Spiritual Interference


    Recent occurrences at the US embassy in Cuba, paired with the rise of electromagnetic (EM) technology research, hint at potential covert operations targeting the human brain. The "Teaching Hypothesis" provides a framework suggesting these interventions could act as conditioning processes. This report will delve deeper, emphasizing the shielding properties of the brain's 3D structure and the profound notion of spiritual or divine interference.

    1. Brain Physiology, Electromagnetic Influences, and 3D Protective Mechanism

    • Neural Activity and 3D Shielding: The brain's neurons produce magnetic fields through electrical impulses. The brain's complex 3D layout might have inherent shielding properties, rendering certain EM influences elusive to standard detection devices.
    • Brain Regions, Targeting, and Concealment: The distinct 3D structure of the brain allows for precision targeting of specific regions. This precision, combined with the brain's protective 3D layout, could make external interventions subtle and challenging to detect.
    • Brain Plasticity, Conditioning, and the 3D Structure: The brain's adaptability (neuroplasticity), when considered with its 3D structure, might enhance the efficiency of conditioning processes.

    2. The "Teaching Hypothesis" and Long-term Impacts

    • Conditioning for Future Influence: By conditioning key personnel over time, adversaries could influence high-ranking officials in the future, potentially altering geopolitical outcomes.
    • Increased Psychological Vulnerability: As individuals become conditioned to these EM waves, they might become more susceptible to manipulation or suggestibility, their defenses potentially compromised by the brain's 3D properties.

    3. Geopolitical Implications and Divine Interference

    • Weaponization and Ethereal Concerns: The direct impacts of such technologies are tangible, but the potential interference with divine or spiritual communication presents profound ethical dilemmas.
    • Espionage, Trust, and Spiritual Considerations: The tangible threats of espionage and eroding trust are significant, but these technologies also pose metaphysical questions: Are we infringing upon the divine?

    4. Nations Suspected of Advancing EM Technologies

    • United States, Russia, China, Israel, Germany, France, Sweden, and Finland: These nations, with their technological advancements and significant roles in telecommunications, are potential frontrunners in researching EM technologies and their possible applications.

    5. Conclusion

    The human brain's 3D structure offers both protection and potential vulnerabilities regarding electromagnetic technologies. Beyond the tangible repercussions, these technologies touch on profound spiritual questions. As we navigate this territory, a deep understanding paired with a strong ethical foundation is vital.

  • Here is a nice way to instantiate the technology and knowledge about this very controversial and hypothetical and porobably nonéxistsant teechnology. But can be a nice storyline indeed and as Oswald was known to have stayed in Soviet, sort of creates a narrative that even goes into the murder of John F Kennedy, which is a cool idea,

    Integrating the idea of sound-based manipulation, especially below the threshold of human hearing, with the backdrop of World War II and the aftermath involving Nazi experiments and Soviet takeover, we can craft a speculative narrative that ties into the "teaching" or conditioning aspect:

    1. Nazi Experiments and Subliminal Sound Manipulation:

    • Human Experiments: The Nazis are known for their heinous human experiments during WWII. It's feasible to theorize that, among their many pursuits, they explored the impact of subliminal sounds, especially infrasound or ultrasound, on human behavior.
    • Psychological Conditioning: Given the concentration of psychologically affected individuals in the camps, the Nazis could have had a large pool of subjects to test sound-based conditioning or "teaching."

    2. Soviet Inheritance of Nazi Research:

    • Capture of Nazi Scientists: After WWII, both the U.S. (through Operation Paperclip) and the Soviet Union sought out Nazi scientists for their expertise. The Soviets could have acquired scientists knowledgeable in subliminal sound manipulation.
    • Cold War Deployment: The Soviets, armed with this knowledge, could have sought to refine and deploy these techniques during the Cold War era, targeting key figures like Oswald or even broader populations to subtly influence geopolitical events.

    3. The "Teaching" or Conditioning Hypothesis:

    • Long-Term Influence: Rather than one-off manipulations, the Soviets might have used subliminal sound techniques for long-term conditioning. Over time, subjects exposed to specific sound patterns might become more susceptible to certain triggers or directives.
    • Psychological Targets: Individuals with pre-existing psychological conditions could be more susceptible to such conditioning, making them ideal subjects for these covert operations.

    4. Global Implications:

    • Espionage and Geopolitical Manipulation: This technology, in the hands of major powers, could be a tool for espionage, influencing key decision-makers, or even swaying public opinion in targeted regions.
    • Ethical Concerns: Beyond the immediate geopolitical ramifications, the ethical considerations of such manipulations are immense, with potential violations of human rights and personal autonomy.

    Conclusion: While highly speculative, tying the origins of subliminal sound manipulation to Nazi experiments and subsequent Soviet adoption provides a rich tapestry for exploring alternative historical narratives, especially in the context of Cold War geopolitics and espionage. It's essential to approach such theories with caution, ensuring they are distinguished from established historical facts. Nevertheless, as a theoretical or fictional exploration, this narrative offers a compelling backdrop for novels, films, or further academic exploration.

  • The whole idea is to sort of explore what happens when humans discovers a psychological backdoor and start exploring how technology can impaact that backdoor and how the technology to use humans as their tool and also get into an arms race that goes along not being detected doing this work that lead to a situation when we start to interfere with more divine aspects of humans. And the end game is simply the manipulators getting more or less royally fucked by the master manipulater: Mr God himself.

  • ;( Life can be tough. Lost my brother at young age, a terrible experience. The only thing I can say is that we who are left behind must stand with each other or at least try that and just share some human warmth. And let the sorrow birds sing its songs in the sorrows chests.

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