Imagine a robot that can predict all events on planet Earth every fraction of a millisecond for 1 to 2 years into the future. Next, imagine the same robot that can predict all events on planet Earth every fraction of millisecond for the past 12 thousand years.
Predicting the past is easy, believe it or not, but predicting the future is very difficult. For this reason, the robots I designed can only predict 1 to 2 years into the future with pinpoint accuracy and can predict 12,000 years into the past with pinpoint accuracy. The words “pinpoint accuracy” means that the robots can predict the exact movements of tiny organisms in a drop of water. In other words, movements of tiny organisms in a drop of water that will exist 1 year into the future can be predicted; and movements of tiny organisms in a drop of water that existed 10,000 years ago can be predicted.
The current state of our planet is shaped by unique past events. The robots can use the current environment and recorded history data to predict the past. The current environment and recorded history data serves as a “benchmark” to verify wither their predictions are correct or wrong. “All” events, actions and objects in the past are interlocked in a web. That’s why the robots can easily predict the past. The same advantage that allows the robots to predict the past is a disadvantage when predicting the future.
Events, objects and actions in the future are also interlocked in a web. The robots can’t predict who won a lottery contest until they predict the exact sequence of lottery numbers. The robots can’t predict who won a football game until they predict the exact game play and who is playing against each other.
I believe in the Newton version of time travel. He stated that life has only one timeline – one past and one future. There are no variations or multiple timelines. If you think about what he stated, he is correct. Our planet has only one unique past. Was there an alternative past? No. 6 million years ago an asteroid hit Earth, 200 years ago the constitutional convention was held and World War 2 happened in 1941.
There might be slight variations in time at different locations, just as Einstein stated, but he also discovered that no object in the universe can travel faster than the speed of light.
The purpose of the robots is to predict the future and past with pinpoint accuracy. A timeline will be created that will record all events, actions and objects, every fraction of a millisecond, on planet Earth for the future and the past. The life-span of all non-intelligent objects and intelligent objects will be recorded in this timeline. This means you (the reader) are recorded in the timeline. Not just your actions, but also your thoughts. What you did in the past is already stored in the timeline and what you will eventually do in the future is stored in the timeline.
The future timeline will record all these events, actions or objects every fraction of a millisecond:
1. All future events covered by News stations such as CNN, Nightly news, MSNBC, ABC and BBC.
2. All future events written in any newspaper or magazine such as Newsweek, Wall street journal, Time and National Geographics.
3. All future Stock prices for the Dow and Nasdaq.
4. All weather statistics from local and global areas including: temperature, rain fall, snow fall, wind speeds, ocean conditions and air quality.
5. All future hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes and tsunamis
6. All future activities from intelligent objects including: bacteria, animals, insects, birds, fishes and human beings.
7. Statistics from all future sports games including every gameplay and outcome of each game.
8. All winners of a lottery contest including the powerball and games played in casinos.
The future timeline is so precise that a single rain drop can be identified; depicting how that rain drop falls to the Earth and the exact time the rain drop lands. Surfers can schedule an appointment with their future waves. They can select a given wave that will exist next week or next year. The future timeline records the size of the wave and the exact time it will break at an exact location.
Predicting a non-intelligent object such as a rock is easy because the rock doesn’t move unless acted upon, however, predicting the actions of an intelligent object like a bird is slightly harder. Some of the actions of a bird are random, while other actions are systematic. The robots have to predict the random actions and the systematic actions in order to “know” what that bird will do in the future.
In terms of what is currently out there, I will quote an article that came from a big university specialized in robotics, and I quote: “it is impossible to predict the future actions of a human being”. This article was written in a newspaper in 2008. I have been trying to solve this problem starting from 2007. If you want to build a time machine, predicting the future actions of a human being is the easy part. There are far more difficult problems to solve in terms of future predictions. For example, if there exist a future computer that outputs a random number between 0 and infinite, how are the robots suppose to predict this number?
If you dive deeper into predicting certain future events you will be overwhelmed with many cascading problems. It took me a long time to solve all these problems. I predict that the big university who stated it was impossible to predict the future actions of a human being will retract their statement in 2009 and they will say to the public: “we miraculously figured it out”. They made a very similar statement about human level artificial intelligence several years ago. Guess what they are saying now? “we miraculously figured it out”.
All my written documents were designed to solve “all” problems facing future predictions. If I break down the problem of future prediction in terms of discrete mathematics there exist only 3 problems. I call these three problems, R1, R2 and R3. Problem R1 is predicting a computer that will output a random number between 0 and infinite. Problem R2 is predicting a computer that will output encapsulated random numbers. Each random number depends on all previous random numbers. Problem R3 is predicting a computer that will output “infinite” encapsulated random numbers. So far, with all my books and all my patent applications I was able to solve problem R1 and R2. However, problem R3 still eludes me. By solving the first 2 problems the robots are able to predict a maximum of 1-2 years into the future. They can also predict 12,000 years into the past.
The sixth technology, covered in book11, book12 and book13 will “presumably” solve problem R3. It will take these robots to the next level in terms of intelligence and allow them to predict hundreds or maybe thousands of years into the future with pinpoint accuracy. They can also predict trillions of years into the past.
How does the technology work? You have to read all my patent applications and all my books (over 6,000 pages). They describe in detail what I’m trying to do. It also solves all the problems I mentioned above.
Much work is needed to predict the future and the people who do the predictions have to output results quickly. If the human race worked together, using software and advance technology, they can’t predict the future with pinpoint accuracy. They can work as a team for 50 billion years, but they still can’t predict 1 hour into the future. The reason why is because human intelligence is not enough. The complexity of the task is so great that super intelligent robots are needed to predict the future. The timing of their prediction is also a big factor. A group of robots might spend 50,000 years predicting 1 year into the future. By the time they finish their predictions that 1 year already happened. Smarter machines means that you can scale down the time required to predict the future. For example, if I built robots that can predict 1 year into the future in less than 5 minutes, I can improve on the design so that these robots can predict 1 year into the future in less than 10 seconds.
It is crucial that super intelligent robots are built to predict the future. When I say super intelligent, I mean robots that are billions of times smarter than a human being. “What the human race can do in 60,000 years can be done in less than 1 second by these robots”. If you look at the six technologies listed above, technology1-4 describes a super intelligent robot.
All my inventions are also encapsulated. All 6 technologies are structured in an object-oriented manner. You can’t build the 6th technology unless you build the 5th technology. You can’t build the 5th technology unless you build the 4th technology. You can’t build the 4th technology unless you build the 3rd technology. You can’t build the 3rd technology unless you build the 2nd technology. Finally, you can’t build the 2nd technology unless you build the 1st technology. I also made it this way so that my artwork is unique and copiers will have a harder time claiming my higher level technologies.
Some scientists who are reading this webpage believe that solving problem R1, R2 and R3 are impossible (it has been stated over and over again in mathematics). It’s because they are looking at the problem from the surface. The solutions are really long, but the ideas behind them are quite simple to understand.
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