18 Oct, 7 tweets, 2 min read
Just because someone claims to have figured it out doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to figure it out from scratch, yourself.

The simplest problems, solved long ago, hide the greatest meaning in how they are solved, not the solution itself.
Why does 2+2=4? What are the qualities of “2”? What are its components? Of what are its components constructed? What are the qualities of “4”? Why is it that way? What would the world look like if 2 didn’t marry 2 to produce 4? Would it be possible or would it collapse?
736837x8364927 isn’t a more complex problem than 2+2. In fact it is derived only from the simplest of problems. The facially simplistic problems hide more complex questions, and big and boastful problems are largely hollow.
A computer can answer 736837x8364927 in milliseconds. It can answer 2+2. But it will never be able to answer WHY 2+2=4 on a metaphysical level. That’s our Providence.
Prior to Pythagoras, everyone knew what a “triangle” was. It’s obvious. It’s there and exists. It has always been there and will always be there. Pythagoras took the most obvious answers he could and formulated complex questions around them, which is the opposite of modernity.
No matter what AI becomes in the future, it will always be constructed from the simplest problem there is. 1 and 0. For it to function, it requires the concept of 1 and 0 to be axioms. Self-describing and self-proving. And that’s why it will never approach the human condition.
In short, if you want understanding, delving into that which appears complex is a mirage. At best, you’ll approach a minute fraction of what a computer can do.

If you want understanding, simply observe the simple.

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# More from @VeritasVital

19 Oct
I fully appreciate the tyrannical phantoms attempting to preside over us. That’s why I’m even here lol.

I’m not “complacent”. I’ve spent the last year or so acting to claim my OWN freedom.

And, as a result of that action, I have earned a sense of optimism I won’t surrender.
The absolute hardest thing I’ve worked on is my mental sphere. Even with little things, I strive to cut against the grain and welcome stressors with open arms so that I may conquer them and add to the permanent sense of resilience that is so lacking in modernity.
I’ve learned how to wire off-grid electrical systems, hunt, fish, subsistence farming, shelter construction, water purification, baking, cooking, sewing, carpentry, plumbing.

This is my world, and the TYRANTS rent a spot — not the other way around.
18 Oct
15 Oct
Yeah so if we take that, CP, and Chanel Room’s tweet about the presence of “underage” stuff on the hard drive, we’ve got an interesting picture of Biden being targeted (10:2), CP (3:16), and even FCC’s Section 2:30 announcement today as a result of the former developing story.
*Rion
15 Oct
I’m an idiot

10 and 2. [J]oe [B]iden
Clock comms affirming readiness for release of Hunter materials.
I’d look for more from Grassley, if so.
13 Oct
It isn’t just a switch they can flip. Every district in the country needs to have votes below the threshold of registered voters, or you can guarantee Trump’s lawyers will demand a recount. This is why they want to extend ballot deadlines, so they get data in.

The fraud...
They use isn’t like a hole-in-one — it’s a decent handicap, especially when they don’t control the government / vote counters.
They also need to FIND legitimate voter names — voters that didn’t actually vote, so they can forge a ballot. It’s not an unlimited pool. Trying to fake these ballots on a large scale is extremely resource-intensive.
8 Oct
People want to talk worst case scenarios? If it ever comes to that, the first thing you should do is throw out your cellphone.
You know how you neutralize Orwellian tech?

Devolve 200 years.
Along with the civilian technological revolution has been the State tech revolution. All of their tools and weapons are adapted towards modern threats. The biggest blow to their capability would be the voluntary discard of said tech.