Evolution, Deception and Cooking❢

These are some thoughts about what I consider the biggest frauds in human history.

You are certainly all familiar with this classic quote by George Bernard Shaw, which is the basis for science, cooking and software development:
“If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.”
– George Bernard Shaw

However, it was just recently I realized, that people may not immediately realize that this results in an extremely powerful exponential development, much more powerful than e.g. Moore’s law (but can explain it), but is probably also the simplest possible way to explain Rose’s law for quantum computation, and our brain’s ability to solve extremely hard computational problems very quick utilizing interactive recurrent neural networks having SuperTuring capability, using very slow processing elements (ms range…).

So, this more explicit explanation below for people not used to think mathematially/logical may be easier to understand:
“If each one of us has one apple and we exchange these apples then each one of us still has one apple. But if each one of us has an idea and we exchange these, then each one of us has 7,000,000,000 ideas.”
– Adam Immanuel Orre

This is basically the message what the Pirates and Free Software Foundation are trying to convey, where the success of the latter is quite obvious, as GNU/Linux developed according this concept now runs on (my coarse estimate) 80-90% of the planet’s computational resources, and if we only count Super Computers it is as much as 95%. And the most capable  smart phones so far (my opinion, apart from the stupid stupid thing with builtin battery…) Nokia N9 and Nokia N950(the latter if you prefer keyboard as well) with MeeGo (like Android but with full GNU/Linux capability) apart from not also natively support hand writing and drawing, which is of uttermost importance for any personal intelligence enhancing tool.

“If each one of us has one apple and we exchange these apples then each one of us still has one apple. But if each one of us has an idea and we exchange these, then each one of us has 7,000,000,000 ideas.”
– Adam Immanuel Orre

However, why the above principle gives rise to an amazingly quick evolution is probably a secret only completely understood by those used to cooking, as cooking is an art based upon sharing recipies which eons ago reached a plateau, thus perfection, where personal variations  may be tried over and over ad infinitum, without ever boring people.

So, if we express this principle in a extremely explicit way, then I think no one can still question how this wonderfully simple principle gives rise to an extremely fast development towards perfection:

“If each one of us has 7,000,000,000 ideas and each one of us cultivates one idea, and we exchange these cultivated ideas each one of us has 49,000,000,000,000,000,000 ideas. Evolution❣
– Adam Immanuel Orre

Of course, for any kind of evolution to work, it is of course of uttermost importance that ideas (recipies, source code or drawings) are not locked in any way. They have to be shared freely, so any improvement made by any one entity can immedieately be cultivated by all other entities .

To express this in an obvious way I would like to use this quote I recently got from a friend of mine:

“Give a gun to any one, and they can rob a bank,
Give a bank to any one, and they can rob a whole world”
– Albin Abenonymous Tilly

The idea with money is that they should implement a motivational energy transport container, as an abstract, easier to exchange peer to peer instead of e.g. gold. But nowaday’s monetary system with fractional completely fictive value is instead forcing people into a malevolent attractor which is holding developing back.

And… of course, both the patent system and the copyright system are such banks robbing the humanity upon  the sharabitily of both culture, recipies and ideas, which causes the whole planet to be held in a status quo, a complete stand still.

Of course, there are usually two sides of a coin, and one has always to assert both thesis and anti-thesis, to reach a balance.

Banks are useful if they focus wealth and redistribute wealth, which unfortunately is not the case today :( , where debts and interests ad infinitum keep people stuck in a malevolent loop. This is quite far from the original quite sane idea with money when they were invented as they were then connected to “real value”, i.e. gold, through the Gold Standard, an idea later heavily abused…

The patent system was once also invented with the good intention to promote redistribution of ideas, that is, each inventor got a short monopoly of an idea, in exchange for public documentation that could, with some delay, be shared to benefit the humanity’s development progress.

However, as we know famous examples of, like the invention of the telephone, with severall parallel inventors rushing to the patent offices, it is questionable if the patent system ever has had this function…

The copyright system was originally invented with a similar good intention, to redistribute culture and information, giving a short privilege to the creator, but also having the good effect that the information became freely sharable for the benefit of humanity.

Now as we have seen how commercial copyright have developed insane extensions and completely immoral and annoying inventions like DRM and DMCA it is clear that is now a pure obstacle.
However, as very important sources of information, like Wikipedia, the most valueable information resource on the planet, whose information is shared according Creative Commons, and the copy left type of software and documentation licences like General Public License, which are based upon the copyright law, the copyright law thus also guarantees that information is shared in an optimal way.

Now regarding ideas, there is a problem, to redistribute wealth in ideas and designs it actually needs some kind of banks, where ideas can be focused, stored and redistributed. As all of you used with social networks,  like facebook, google+ and many others, the sharing of ideas there often constitutes a kind of noise, where it is very hard to get any kind of focus at all.

The project I’m working on, planned since 1987, so far with white paper in Swedish only, in this report TankeNyckeln from 1987, is patent applied in US 2004, trade marked in EU and USA as Wish-IT®, Wish Innovation Technologies® and builds upon the research I did from early 90-ies to 2008 in collaboration with Royal Institute of Technology and World Health Organization. Publications available from this our company page and this my private page.

This project will soon present a portal, which will be an intermediate idea magnifyer and idea storage capacitor where ideas and designs will be focused and redistributed for an efficient and fast technological evolution. All product designs which are focused with the help of the artificial intelligent idea clustering methods will be redistributed utilizing a copy-left licence. The drafted principle suitable for an arbitrarily advanced technology is so far drafted as Generic Pitchfork Licence.

Now, as the development will be Ordo(7000000000^t) which is an ordinary exponential function, although with a tremendously fast growth, this is of course not all. To this we also have to add other effects, like Moore’s law, which also follows an exponential development. What this will arrive at is an iterated exponentiation, or hyperexponential, which constitues a pure mathematical singularity.

Hyperexponentiation (also sometimes denoted superexponentiation) is denoted Tetration and can be illustrated with this nice graph (from wikipedia):

A funny coincidental pecularity for my own is that my name Orre (a bird) is Tetrao Tetrix in Latin :-)

OK, now I need to do some other stuff I promised to do today.

Best wishes and Love ♡♡♡

PS. the method is made unpatentable in the rest of the world, through PCT 2005.

 

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