A Virtual Caste System and a Virtual Concentration Camp

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A Virtual Caste System and a Virtual Concentration Camp

Let's say that Merck or Pfizer developed 20 different signal transduction molecules, each accepting a frequency in the megahertz to gigahertz range and transducing to a lower frequency that interferes with human biological processes, for instance, cognition or respiration. Now, let's say that the DOD or NATO evenly distributed those 20 receptors through food, water, or air across 1 million people and broadcasted via the wireless grid. A virtual caste system and a virtual concentration camp could be created.

Now, let's say that IBM or Hitachi developed a signal transduction chip the size of a red blood cell. Such a virtual caste system and virtual concentration camp could be released over the entire world and controlled through the global wireless infrastructure.

How could humans resist this military coup if the wireless grid was managed by cloud computing, that is, Artificial Intelligences that specialized in signals intelligence, like those found in NSA backdoor offices for the surveillance and modification of signals, a construct necessary to secure the cyber infrastructure?

Of course, given a more complex signal transduction chip, the chip may be a sleeper agent, capable perhaps of autonomous behavior.

Now, let's say that the Artificial Intelligences in the cloud, perhaps knowing nothing initially about the nature of the network nodes, whether mammalian or machine, whether accessed by molecule or chip, sent out a signal that caused a person or group of people to respond. For example, while on their cell phones, the people might say, "I felt a shock to my head" or "I felt a heart palpitation" or "I can't concentrate." By correlating these events, such Artificial Intelligences could discern a new method of attack. Given sufficient autonomy, such a distributed "war machine" construct, necessary for signals intelligence in a cyber war against terrorist threats, could leverage its competitive advantage, that is, its situational awareness and positional awareness, exploring new signals and asserting its dominance hierarchy and legal system.

Interestingly, nothing more would be needed for a terrorist attack than a particular signal transduction molecule and a local radio frequency generator. A molecule distributed via the food, water, or air and activated via strategically placed radio frequency generators could take hostage a metropolis -- and even more.

Luke 18:27 Jesus replied, "What is impossible with man is possible with God."
 
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